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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. 1883.
laX : J a I 3 it 1 : KOTOIS APPEAL . - -- V I I.S1AT, t : JLLV IS 183. ' HVUIl 1U FCKW41l.ll. A time g ice en the prosper-l of the cbolerm a'iseise resuming in fearful march over I lie itd incretaer. It adds one or twotowns JnK pt every wk lo Ibe curse of. ite rav ages, and Ibe principal city, Cairo, ii now included within the circle of it visitations. Alexandria, the great port where Europsan hipping congregate, baa become the scene of panic The people there see no hope of escspr, and they are talcing to flight bef are eiuarantine lines drawn arouod tbem cut off posaibilitT of fligb'. Tha grea'. thing to be alone by those communities who would be tree of the awful visitation is to take pre ventive measures in g'.od time. Prevention is the only rtsonrse. In all these year, and with all the atten'ion medical science has given to the sul j C, the phj sician is to-day without Ibe knowledze of any adequate rem edy for cholera, the tint measure to be taken, it is declared, is for all the large cities to see to iheii wa ter supply. Pure water is an absolute requisite, and without it other niasares will amount to little. Where the wsur is impure the epidemic spreads widrsl and provm inosl fatal. In Berlic, during the epilrmic of isob, nouses suppum witn gool water sul- f-red to tba extent of 36 6 of their inaaaes where tha wster was bsd, 62 3 percent , mere than one-half lhe inmates, were attacked. I 1859, Copenhagen, which in previous choUra visitations had suffered severely, had but lew cases, the wster supply then being good. Five towns in Silesia, with cholera around them, escaped, the wi'rr supply from a dis tance being ancantanainated with impurity, Harlem in Holland, in 1849 and in 1866 suf. fared terribly from cholera, exoept in the part of the city inhabited by bleachers, where there was a separate and pure supply of water. To us in Memphis this gives a ntw and strong interest to the Wolf river wsUr qutalion. What is done lo secure furs water where it is absent nau-t be done in . time, or the population will not be free from the affects of impure wster sufficiently early to escape the consequence it entails. rar.aci dd erbi.hh com plica. I1VH9. When the difficulties in E ypt caused in arrection to arise under Arabi, a combined French and Eaglish fleet lay bs'ore Alexan. dria. When the time for the fleet to take olive measures lo restore order arrived, the French withdrew their ships. The Eoglith remained and bombarded Alexandria, and in the end took.Etypt and now hold it Wats tba French saw hew lhair bsd polity had given triumph and the mastery of Ejypt to the English, their rage was boundless. Toat the fault was their own only added to their exasperation, ar-d as they could not hate themselves, they hated the English for picking up what they had thrown away, and they have been seeling lo thwart them evtr since. The Eaglish hare strong interes's in the 8uti caoal, which ia a French work, and hies are arising about that highway, which are aggravated by the desire ot the Eaglish to cut a new cansl of their own. That project is wormwood to the French, who claim lo psse'st a monopoly of the whole crowing from the Mediterranean to the Bed see, sni apparently with good rea son. .The French accuse the Eoglisb of ad mitting the cholera into E ijp, through be ing more anxious to keep up their trade than to save humm !)(', which is probably not without foundation. This feelinj af hitter neas cn the part of the French U probably affecting the proceeiinjs of sotm of tbdir M official, fjr they have arouse J the ill feeling of the Eaglish ia Tunis by imprisoning a Malta ss Briiish subj c. who had a fracas mxm with a French officer, and when the man was demsnded by the English Cpoeul the French refused to give him up. At Gaboon, on the ; west coast of Africa, where the French have a colony, they are accused of arbitrarily searching British merchants and fining tucti aa had arms in their poase-io .'. But the most terious difficulties between the two na tions are found in Madagascar. The En glish were on friendly term with tbe gov ern sent there, and took much interest in tbem. The French have invaded the island nd bembarded a town, and tbe Eoglisb , there complain of nnjust and arbitrary - proceedings against themselves of a most offensive character, as Ibe tele graphic columns of the Appeal have lately shown, and this has aroused a bowl of indignation from the English, who are be ginning to express as much abhorrence of the French as the French evtr since the tak ing of Alexandria have fell for tbem. Tbe Eaglish papers are now spitting out wrath npoe) the Madagatcaa proceeding?. The' London Timet pronounces the eonduct of - P srrs, the Frtnch sdmirsl ihere, as aa asl ot monstrous outrage; the Standard declare! tha French Madngatcar officials to have lost sight of what is due to civilizition; the Ttlegraph calls upon tbe French to repudiate the actions of their officials, to retract end make reparation. .The Iriih Times calls fir strict and signal viaitation upon the head of of the perpetrator of a national affront. The Dublin Express is convinced Ihit the French treatment is such that a great power ea with difficulty, with any en-e of its own dignity, avoid reaeoiin;. The St. James Qa seUs declares that French a 1 venturer are turning up everywhere, and thai enterpriaea supposed to be injurious to Eng land, France undertakes with enthusi asm, and that they manifest rancor towaid England in the De Brazia affair cn tbe Cango, and that jiurnal pro teal a that "the wrath of the British lion is fairly aroused," aa expression that shows ihe directfoo if English feeling. The Si. Jama goes further, by declaring that "never since the battle of Waterloo has the latent aoimo'il- that al ways exists between Briton snd Oaul been in greater danger ot springing into activity." Toe French presi is ouldoiag the English in this sort of declamation, and the position of t'je English in refusing permission to cut a tunnel under tbe straits between tlie two ountriee adds luel to Ihe flame. We csuntit b it see that France ia acting unwisily in all t'.is. She has no allies, and noihiog would gratify the monarchists and srieiocrsts of y. trope as much ss lo cru-h the republic, lich a war in the present immature coudi I jo of the republic would inevitably do. It i a mailer for regret that at tbis crisis, aith I i German and Austrian sovereigns extend idiqg the power of tbe throne, the two I.-sl.natloua of Europe should bs upon un I ieodlv terms. tub sxiswishlPPf nivalis The columns of the Appxai, are always 1 1; -n io a discussion of this subj C, more im I riant lo Ibe Southern people ihao any . .er. We published in yesterday's Appeal ' -. Hewson'a able and interesting letter, . ich cannot fail - to attract general atlen li j and to have its influence, as he ia a geo t oin of intelligence aod has given much t . eful study lo the eccentricities of tbe Mie r. jippi river. Other leading cilix-jns, liviug i . the overflowed land), have promised to 1 .uiah for our columns their views and the ierience of many years. The Appeal I . t no objection lo being deluged and flooded r a communications waich have for their j tj the reclamation of the richest aod 1 . at productive lands on the face of the rth. Tbe agriculture of Egypt adapts it K..f to Ibe eccentricities of the Nile. I:s veiflow ia prsyed for, an! provision ia ui ule to store the watery wealth it brings down from tbe rich npper country lo deposit io the sea. It is impossible to adjust the agriculture of tbe vast region traversed by the Mississippi to its fitful moods. To lesve that river to itself would rob tbe country of millions of acres of fertile land, and convert them into miasmatic swamps and marshes. It would drive 1,000,000 people from their homes, and derange tbe industry and trade of the whole middle region ot Ihe country. That river is fhe nation's property. In tbe w.r it was maintsinsd lust the control of Ihe Mississippi alone was enough to j unify the North in carrying on that struggle; for that river was ths. natural outlet for the products of ibe bear, of the country, aod involved the proaiK-rity and control of a doien of the rich est S ales. Tbe United States cannot sfford to leave its ore lo tbe intermittent interest and changing policies of the States it passes through, even were they able to assume the responsibility. What the general govern ment should appropriate for its protec tion can be approximately answered by estimating the river's worth. What would the United States give for that river w- re it wrested from us by a foreign power? What would tbe general government sell it for to England or France or Spain? One element of immense interest enters into tbis calculation. Tbe Mississippi is the most im portant factor in our system of transporta tion; that river puts a mighty check on the railroad that cross tbe country, snd rre onipetiog with it lo draw the produce of the Wis', to the Atlantic seaboard. While that river is properly cared for, the trunk Hoes of railroad have a competitor which Ibry can not buv off nor force into any pooling ar- ratig-mentr. Tue Mieaitsippi is the trie cena. of tbe continent, and it ia free. Con gress has now to lies anew tbe problem, Woat shall be done for tbe Mississippi snd the country depended upon i, snd yet, in part, at its mercy? It is sheer folly to appro priate a million or two dollars lor the mend ing of old works and the construction of new ones without first settling opoo soms wise, cotnprehens ve, practical system which shall reader such inundations as those of 1871 snd 1882 impossible. Such a work can ba done at a triflj of Ihe expeoae aod a tithe vl the engineering difficulties with whic i Holland hts been rescued back from tbe Atlantic ocean and mad one of the rich eU countries of its siis in Europe. There is no question as to the brains for tbe work, provided Congress will order it done, aod refuse to appropriate another dollar until it has dcid-don seme sound, comprehensive system which, when carried out, will be effec tive. 1 he old Democratic hostility to so-called orks of internal improvement was well founded. Ii is impolitic aod wrong tosqusn der the public money in widening rivers hose names are not mentioned on the map, una Duilutog cana.'s irom nownere to nowhere to raia the value of real estate in some speculator's wilderness. But the Mississippi river is lhe property of the nation, snd it is for tbe interest of the whole country that it should ba made as available as powible for nsvigttion, and as safe as pot sib;e for those who live on its banks. New York wants Hall Oate elsared for naviga tion and the Hirleoa liver opened to tbe Hudson, so that ebips can pass Ihrongb and barges can bring their cargoes of grain direct to the wharves where it is wanted, not aa municipal advantage, but as a public a nVionai ben fit. And New York ia alxost as much inter. sled in tbe protection and im provement of the M'ss'eiippi as New Orleans or St. Louir. It is a national work, and should be done in a spirit and way that wi bj creditable to tbe nation. The need of perfect syatem for the protection the bottom lands is urgent and the brntfi s that wruld eDsue to the general prosperity are immense. system of protection against overdo s would bring in'o vigorous cultivation on the east bmk of the river alone between Memphis and Vicksburg land capibls of yielding an- nually 5,000,000 bales of cottou, or nearly much as the whele of the pits-nt crop of the Un ted States. Tbe Abolitionists abolished Blivery by cooiiuuid agitation, and ilis only by agitation that the lowlands on tbe Missis sippi river co be reclaimed. Mrs Lasotby, io a chat with a corre- spoadint, bits she will open in October Sin Fraucinco, where, she bat never beeo, and arjdtd: "1 am engaged on a book in wbicb lha society, and institutions of the Uaitfd 8 atis will figure indeed, a hook which will treat largely of my expsrieoce in this ciuntry. I feel sure Americans will read my book, and I hopo they will enjoy readirg i'. There is one thing in which I think I have a right lo feel aggrieved, and that is tbe way the newspapers have spoken of my Iraveliog alone through ths country with Air. Gebhardt in my car. Why should Ihey insist that I travel al ns with Mr. Geb hardt, when I bava constantly with me my own maid snd be has bisown male friend, as on Ibis occasion. It is a cruel and baseless charge to make, and one which I do not m?ril." The younp, he. beautiful, aud the ardent, and sooie widoweri aiuoug theix, are in trou ble in Nova Sjoiis. Through an oversight of the Domiaioa governmeu', Mr. Richey, when sw-rn ia as Lieulenant-Uovsroor of rfrrjOLoii., not cloth ed with sulbority to sign marrisgeliotntes; oooatqusntlyl Joly 4tb, whew Mr. Archibald esased to hold office, no licenses have been istued. From all parts of tbe provinc-9 lha local government is receiving urg-ot rrqu.'ete for the necessary documeots which they are nnable to comply with. No legal marriages can lake place in that province except through the unfashion able way of publishing the banns. This atste of things is ioconveoitnt, but Ibe Nova 8.o liiDS ktow that 110 Mormon polygamy can creep in where mxrriagrs have good, official rC5gaitlon, such as ihey po-ses. Ths; New Yotk World is distinguished for its (airoem toward the colored people, who are prone lo think to good can come out ot the Democratic Naxireth. It said the oiher day: "A most significant and really a most touching incident is tbe modest Convention of Colored Kfitors which for two days past has been io session in St. Louis. They are not r.'cb, these colored editors, not potent in politics, and thir journals can gain'but a limited circulation, aod yet the msre fact that they are enough in numbers lo hold a convent on speaks unanswerably of the vast progress sod bright boprs of the colored race. We congratulate the colored people of the couutry on their cooveo'ion." In 1876 two (owns oppoeiie each other on the shore of Ibe Illinois river, Utica and Deer Park, made a contract by which a nice iron hriJg! was put up connecting the two. The people were pleased aud proud with their convenient I ridge, but lbey would not pay for i'. Whether they gel their cburch strut tures aod preachers on similar terms is not slat- d. The builder of tbe s'rncture has obiaioed an order from the United States Court enabling him to take back bis own. Whether tbe pride aod pleaaare ia their bridge, or the rascality in their souls will prevail al the two iowns remains to be seen. The new tariff law, like its predecessor, proves to be a nuisance from its contradiction--. The people at the Tress iry are kept at Ihe boiling point Ibis hot weather with Irving to reconcile in discrepancies. One etnence puts "manufactures of flax" not specially enumerated at a duty of thirty-five per cent ; another puts "all manufactures of flax" not specially enumerated at forty per cent. The process of giving consistency to these two flatly contradictory provisions haa "flaxed oui" tbe clerks. These is always danger that, should any financial flurry occur, the banks which hold some 176,000,000 in legal lenders msy pre sent them for redemption in gold certificates, avoiding lhe inconvenience of handling the coin, which might otherwise deter them from presenting tbe notes. Some of tbe Germans predict that when the crown prince comes to the throne, as Ihere is a great probability that he must soon in the course of nature do, he will abandon the maxims of bia father's reiga and place Germany in the line of the modern move ment toward democracy. CI10LERA IN EGYPT. The Disease rereading Throughout tbe Coeatry The Cordoas Arom.d Cair Removed: JleeUag or the Sue i Canal Company at Paris De LeaMpe'a Matement General Foreiga 5 ewe. Alexandria, July 17. Ths cholera is spresdinx geoerally throughout tbe country. The Sanitary Commission are taking steps to isolate Alexandria, io 'which csaj it is bouzhl cholera will be announcer! lo-dey. Tweoly-eight deaths from the disease oc curred at Lamietta yesterday, forty-eight at Mansurab and fifteen at Bamanoud. Twelve deaths from cholera occurred at Cairo yesterdsv, and forty-two at Menzaleh. Tbe Sanitary Commission rjc-eJ tbe pro posal to isolate Alexandria. THS PLAGUE AT CAIBO. Caibo. July 17. The Sanitary Commis sion are eodeavoring to purify Cairo and isolate booses wbere the cholera has ap peared, but if tbe disease takes a firm bold f :. :. k.Ul. : .11 .ltn.H ID IDS Cllj iv ,0 piirusuii, " i. w to take its "ourae, and that general precau tions only will bj taken to check i s progress. Baker Pasbs, baving expressed tne opinion that cold job round tne CUV were now use less, thev will probably bs shortly all re moved. There is reason to believe that many scattered cases occur in villages, which lhe nativea conceal so aa to avoid the imposition of a cordon. GERMANY. IT LOOKS FEASIBLE. Bxsxuf. Julv 17. The Nalimal Ztdv.ua annmv.a tha Drotest of the .02'lsb peopl' agates', tne outs canal agreement, auu nronoacs that all maritime powers buv the canal and place it under the control of an international commission. FRANCE. ' IMDEFEHOENT OF ENGLAND. Pabis. Julv 17. The Qaulois ears . De LeeseDs declares that the loan f r building a second Sun canal csn be raised in France and other countries if England refuses to ad vance the money. IBM PANAMA CANAL COMPANY. Tbe Panama Canal Company met to-day, De Lesseps repeated his former statement that the canal would be finished at the end of 1883: he also stated tbst the chief gov ernment eneineer would assume the direction of ibe active work on the cana, which would ahortlv be undertaken. Kelerring to the Suta canal protect. De Lessens said: "We nave negotiated loyally, wiinoot relinquish ing any of oar rights." " IRELAND. A LIVELY ELECTION. Dub list, July 17. Polling for member of Parliament for Wexfordborougb took Dlace lo-dav. Considerable auimosit was shown toward the O'Connor IXx (Liberal) and he was hooted as be drove through tbe street. Sexton, member of P liameot for Sligo, was present in the interest of William xtadmond. r'arnellite candidate, and implored tbe people to preserve order. but. notwithstanding, the windows of the O'Connor Don's committee-rooms wer smashed. Many policemen arrived tbU af ternoon to aeeist in preserving order, in election resulted in a victory for Bsdmond who securrd 307 voter, against lib tor tin O'Connor Don. ENGLAND. THE SUEZ CANAL AGREEMENT. London, July 17. The oppo-ition inten to urze tbe government to auomit tue ou eaoil agreement to the House of Commons without delay. IN THE COMMONS. It was announced io the Commoiis th afiernooo that no official report had been re ceived of tbe conduct of the French at Te m slave toward the mail a earner Taymouth Jssile. IN THE LORDS. Ia the House of Lords tbis afternoon Gran ville staled that on the grounds of exp-dier.-cy be justified tbe agreement made by tbe government with D Lssseps, whose absolute monopoly of power to construct a caoal j 1Croes the Isthmus was not admitted in the t . negotiations. I Salisbury said he fi surprised to h-ar that the concession if DeLesaepg java him power to bir the passage between two sees. Ha argued that neither the Sultan nor Khe dive was competent to mske tuch grinl. Lady arolkesloiae's Band The London World says that the Viscount ess Folkestone gave two concerts for charita ble purposes wilh her cborus of twenty-sue ladies, the list comprising a marchiones, four counU s ios, two viscounlesse', etc., and a band of thirteen first, twelve second violin, six violas, nine violoncellos and f our double basses, in all forty-fnor yonog ladies, trained ant conducted by Litay .rolseston?. it lsj not tbe first trial by ihts band, which has appeared before lb public in a concert for tbe Boy al College of Music al Stafford Hous, that I mentioned at the time. There, at 1-as', aie amateurs themselves working for a char ily, aod that is all right. It ia a real pleas ure both to see aod hear such a number of young girls, skillfully trained and well re hearsed, playing together with an accuracy, a purity of sound snd a perfect execution of whatever they play, wbicb, of cours, is not of abnormal difficulty. The pieces are pier Fl ing, and they have the great sense (o avoid the absurdity of so many artis s to attempt what is beyond their reach. JLaJoViecQUnteaa x ol keetorje, 1 bave setru many conductors Berlioz, Sir Michael Coeta. Hsos Ricbter but never aconducter.immc dia'ely efier giving the' signal for beginning, tbrow bis coat-tails on Ihe floor behind biui with a thoroughly Italian energv. The short aod steady determined beat of ludy Folke stone, which these young ladies mind sb ti.ey ought to, is uually accompanied in piaoo passages by Ihe uplifted left band, just as Ricbter does; but Ricbter'a orches'rs, I fancy, minds his bands more general y th 10 do the viscountess's subjects, and I would advise her whenever in tbe pizzicato they do not exactly play the diminuendo as she wants it, to retsin their pay for a week pour lew ap prendra la discipftne. Nor csn I deny the pleasure of seeing a leader, yeuog and hand some and with such luxuriant blsck hair. It is pleasant lo look at a pretty hand, workirg studiously, intelligently and in a businesslike wsy as she does, the wrist so gracefully curved, and then 10 see tbe esroesiness of a violinist, short-f rocked and silk stockinged, just aa tbe court -band, goiog in time irre proachably and taking a share in the well balanced entemble. FOREIGN FLASHES. Loudon, July 17. Amount of bullion gone into tbe Bank of England on balance to-day, 20,000. BnuaBf LB, July 17. Tbe Eelgian govern ment wil accept a compromise of tbe pro posed tobacco dnty. Beblik, July 17. The statement of tbe Imperial Bank of Germany shows a decrease io specie of 494,000 marks. PAKIS, July 17. Waddington has been ap pointed embassador to Biglsnd io pltcecf Tisso), wbo resigned on account of ill health. Lohdow, July 17. The Bolivian govern ment declares that it will not make peace without Ihe union of Peru. In an engagement at Pan de Axaecar Cols. Bxtabarren and Secads, of ibe C ace res forces, were killed. Post Stanley, Ont, July 17. Two young girls, Hsttie Arkel andBrssie Mor.'ey, were drowned wbile bathing in the laks here to-iay. Toe shock comes with double force on Mr. Arkel, whose brother Robert dted sud denly yesterday, in London. Dsmeraeile'a Detersniamtiow.. And it is a good quality for luck at lottery. At 10 o'clock a.m. on Wednesdsy, June 13tb, the dsy after the 157th monthly and Ihe June temi-anoual grand drawiog of the Lou isiana State Lattery, Mr. James Demoruelle (of Demoruelle A Cusachs, dealers io build inz materials) presented also at tbe Compa ny's office one-half of ticket No. 21,131, which had won the first capital prm ot $150,000, aod was promply paid in full. He is thirty, three years of age, aod has been in business since he was twenty-lwoyears old. He hasten industrious, and haa been at the head of three different firms, succeeding in earning a comfortable income. He, his father and grandfather were all born in New Orleao, and is of one of the oldest Creole families, descendants of Do Vernay, one of the pio neers of tbe colony founded by Bienville. Ana OrlcoM Picayune, Jua 17fA. A Keat-Headeal Farad lae. Atlantic City ia (ssya a correspondent of the Poiladelpbia iVeaa) a paradise for red headed girls. More red-headed girls csn be found there lo lhe square inch than anywhere elaa along lhe coast. They may be seen sporting in the surf in blue box plaited pan ties, with a red eash around the waist ; they are encountered every few steps along the broad walk; in cardinal jerseys and vermil ion stockings they peep oat from under crimson parasols; they recline against red upholstery in the hotels, and may occasion ally be found in red striped pavilions dyeing their hair in tbe sun. They are not confined to class or condition, boi take in Ti'ian and Lolts-haed:repftS?nlativea from Soruce street I and from Frankford and from Chester county as well as Cni'hobockeo. There are red bnirtd maid, ns from Erin, from lbs Fath er and, from Ibe wilds of Jersey, from tbe banks of the hcg-aeued Oiio, from ibe red br.t South, aod even from Yankeeland. Tu re is a sort of tradition that once upon a time a great swell if tbe ccan, in his pieas ore yacht, was in danger of being wrecked off the Atlantic City coast, when through the terrible f ig snd darkness he discerned a bUx ng beacon. Upon coming ashore to find bis deliverer he enconalered a lovely Jersey maid wi;h iightbonee hair. Io de light and gratitude he offered bia hand and fortnoe, proved to be a baron with three cas tles on the Rhine, snd carried off his bride. However tnismay be and doubt has been throw on it by the fact that many a man has been wrecked in sight of red hair since then, and never got over it the circumstance re mains that the red-headed girls go in prepos terous numbers to Atlantic City, and are met lib at almost all hours and in all placer. J 17 DUE UAKSEB Rcalarae as a Member of tke CowawAlsaiwai mt Keferees. Special to tbe Appeal. Jackson, Tenn., July 17. Just before tbe adjournment of tbe Commission of Referees to-day, Judge John E. Garner announced to the bar that he bad forwarded his resigna tion as one of i s meiabera to Chief-Justice D;adriclr, to take effrct from tc-iay. He thanked the members of the bar, in a neat speech, for their uniform kicdaesa and coor- te-y, aul also bis associates. Tbe Hon. R. W. Uaynea responded in a speech in which he referred to the long and honor able career of Judge tiarner aa a man and lawyer. After adjournment bar meeting was held, over wbicb Col. J. W. Bui ford presided, the obj ct of which wai announced to be to give a public exprcs-ioo cf regret on behalf of Ihe law yers present at tbe resignation cf Judge Garner, and also to express their apprecia tion of bis puslic services, and (heir confi- tnce in him as a man. A committee con sisting of K J. Hays, t, L, Bullock and K W. Hayuts was appointed to draft resolu tions, to be reported lo an adj inrned meeting. LI1LL1BT, Xockabv Babv. thr cradle ia ereen : Father'a a nobleman, Moiuer's a queen.' lUX-Karjy, iuiioy au me uay long, Down to the land of the lu:laby aong. Baby land never again will be thine. Lauuoi an mystery, noiy, qitiuu. Moiuenauu, uioerunu. WoDde-land. Underland. Land of a lime ne'er meaiu to be seen ; rioweriana, uoweitana, Ai ylaud, Faiiylsna, Bockaby Baby, lb, cradle ia green. Rockaby Baby, thy mother will keep Gi utle watch over tbiueazure-eyed aleep, Baby can't feel hat tne mother-heart knows. Tnrobuing ii fear o'er your quiet repose. Mother heart kowa how Bby must right YV Meanly ou througn the fast-coming night; Battle uueiining, Honor d-j'euduiii. Baby must wiixe with tbe powers unseen. Sleep, now, oh Baby dear. (rod and thy Uotbvr Bear; Bockaby Bby, thy cradle ia greeu. Rnckaby Bibv, the daya will grow lona; Hilenl the voice of the mother-love sonz. Bowed with tore burdens the man-llle must own, SorrowH that Baby must bear all alone. Wooderluud can neTer come back SKiu: Thought will come soon aud with reason cornea pain. Sorrowlsn-1, Motherland, Drearyland, Wearyland, Baby and ueavenland ling between; Hmile, then, in Motherland, Dream in iheOtberlaud, Bockaby Baby, thy cradle is green. From the German. FEJ11X1NE FANCIES. A'medicai. school- for women will be ct tabl.nhed al Toronto. An old lady io White county, Tenn., wa'ked twelve miles recently, in spite of her 100 years. A graceful women with a good figure never appeared to grei'er advantage tr an hen mouuted on mouuted on a well-trained sadcic- J ho:te, and of lt years fair equestriennes have incieased in number 11 tbis couutry, White atockingi are quite discarded; faa'i- iooible hoe in colors, plain or striped, in eiir, b!o elie or cot '.on, acordin" 10 tbe tie gucs of tbe toilets. Walking shoes, wilh 6 it bows (if f lillc, are worn in preference to boots. The dyio Mrs. Swift, of Rochester, Mich., deeirtrd to B, e h-r daughter married, toi hriilt g.-oom could not be brought 10 lime. Ttierelort-, as coming nearest lo ber wish that was possible, the wedding was held in her dead pr. Since. Fruit is very much used for trimming upon coane-plailed straw bonnets, snd a cumber of largj purple plums in natural leaves, which was ail the decoration upon a Fr-ncL plum rolored straw, faced with plain velvet, lo,.k-d like nothing so milch as a straw basket with the plums outside instead of inside. Plain dresses are, if not exclusively, al lesrt very gen -rally worn, e-p.-cially far walking toilets,, of soft woolen material. The skut ii trimmed with a plaited fljuoc, aud a drapery is arranged over tbe upper psrtcf i'. The bojue is of tbe same fabric. Bands of velvet trim the flauncs, drspery and bodice. The Cjuolessof Avleeford, whom the new Cuke of Marlborough at present dit honors wiih bis a Sections, is a Welsh woman, daughter of Col. Peers Williams, and in beri s fr m her father, who was the best amateur rider in England, a skillful snd daiing horsemanship. Her husbsnd was over h-re lait winter, ard might have been seen of tveuings at De uiooico's, supuing Willi Mrs. Ltngtry and Frederick Gibhardi. I.- "a ecjndal case In Philadelphia last wi?ek one Miss Pric, who hd been for two yera ccnfi.ied in a lunatic asylum, was given h-r discharge by the court. When her free dom was assured she rose, with her hand 00 ber heart, auJ, addressing tbe Court, asked: "May I be permitted a word, sir?'' Before any reply could be given she continued in earnest touts: ''My i:ouii-I in bis addrees has said that I bava beeo untitled to become thi; wile of any man, but I say that I am too good 10 b3 the wife of mos". men." Alter dis cha'ging br Parthian arrow she walked quietly away io tfce company of her lawyer. MttS Adah Parker is a girl of eighteen, who lives on a courn p'aotalion two miles Irom Monroe, L., Fr tbe last faur years sl.o has h it' exclusive cbaige of tbe place upon which bi r wi.-owed mother, sister, aod two ycuoer brothers reside, supporting tbem s!l by her industry. Sje is her own ove'-s-er, supervising all work dtne in person, ana to rrirrnrsoo it ueres knoss better how to r .iie a crop or handle labor. The pisce consisis of 200 acres, ail in cotton, averaging from one-half 10 three-quarters of a bile 10 ibe acre. Mi8 Parker ia said to be lovely, intelligent, aod as modest as she is ensrgttic. Washington h?.s man r pretty girl specu lator!', and one cl luem is thus described: To-day, in coming from thTreasury build ing, I met a beautiful girl walking slowly past cue if these brokem' efficer. She waa dresses neatly and exquisitely in white, and was s attractive in piearance as lo be gen erally cDrved. tine w one ot the prettiest of the few ure'-ly girls ia the Treasury. Keowiog her quite well, and noticing lier apparent anxiety, 1 asked ber what ber trouble was. She said she wanted 10 know what Northern Pacific common was quoted st, ant requested me to s'ep into the broker's ctii;s an I look al the quo: a lions on tbe bg blackboard. I cncuplird wilh her request, aim un armed her mat ior:b-rn racibc was strong al 52. Shs w. s much elated at tbe new-, rtying the was bitter off than she ex-p-ced br a good ruroy dollars. She had bought Northern Pacific kt 50 several weeks sgo 00 a small maigiu, and the stock had butgei thai figure so long that she bad be gun 10 fear she would be 'wiped out.' " E 1 post I lea t'omisalsaiatiere at HewTorlt New York, July 17. W. B. Smith, . A. Burke, of ih New Orleans Zimes-Democrat, and lot. 1. a. Morenead, president ot ibe Cuton Planters' Association, appointed by the 8j:d cf Mansgsuentof the Cotton Cen teoiual and World's Industrial Exposition at Ne Oi leans, arrived last eveniog. Their purpose is lo c infer wi'.h Ibe managers of raiiroa.'s leading in'o Nw Orleans and se cure their co operation. Wadljy, Ga Dr. B R. Doyle says: 1 consider Brown's Iron Bitters superior as tonic to any preparation now in nse." Llo,aor Kxaeaaea. Boeton foti: A little calculation about the cocsaaaera' coi ot ibe spirits acd be re used aoiiua.ly in Illinois has led the 6L Lania EepyJtiica to a similar calculation for tba whole canotry. We know from the govern ment statistics trait there are about 70,000 liquor dealers in the country. If they have au irtcame of about 15 a day, the Bepubiiean finds luat tbe total is 3930,730,000 annually. During tbe 1-ttcst fiscal year taxee were paid on about 72,000 000 gallons of spirits and nearly 17,0OJ,0(JO bsrreia of beer. A gallon of spiriia is said io make nearly 100 arinka, costing about "en cents eacb, thus yielding aboui $720,000,0O'i. Toe be, r consumed ia about 116,600,100 pirns, which at five cen s a pint makes aocul $210,000,000. Thus, in two different wais, the conclusion is arrived at that tbe people of thta country pay annn, ally for the beer ai d whisky which they drink 30,000,000.'' RUINED BY A NEGRO. Two Little tirln Debauched by a La borer oa Their Father's Farm The Brnte'g Confession. Gang oT ConBterfeiters Sentenced at Little Bock Burglaries at Long Branch Attempted Rape. Special to the Appeal. Little Rock Ja'r 17. The gang of coun'erfeiiers came to grief to day in tbe Federal Court. Bjswell, Coder and Powell, state's evidence men, were each convicted aod sentenced to two years imprisonment at Detroit, in addition to a heavy fine. Dearives lhe J'wll Feaallj. Cincinnati. Ju'v 17. James Bulger, ic- icted at Mavsvilie. Kv . for tb rape of a little cirl, his confessed, and asks to te prc- ected from mob violence. The trial is set for to-jay. Tbe punishment for that crime in Kentucky is deatb. Fatal Alterexiaa. Richmond, Ya., Julv 17. An altercation occurred . at ClarkeeVillr, Mecklenburg county, last Saturday, between G. W. B Averett and a man named Kussell, wbicb resulted in a resort to pistols. Averett was mortally wounded and Kussell shot in Ibe shoulder. His condition is critical. Avereit s said to have said somethioz derogatory to tbe good name of Ba-sell, who went after tbe former for satisfaction. Ifltsjattlw Affair la M Issoart. St. Locus, Ju'y 17. Frank Jackson, a neuro laborer on tbe farm of Joseph Shaeler-, a U-rman, living a short distance from bt. Peters, in 8'. Chsrles county, this State, waa arrested yesterday on tbe charge ot debauch- lag two little girls belonging to Schaefer, aged respectively twelve and thirteen years. Jackson is forty years old and haa a wife and lamily. tie confessed tbe charge, and said he bad been intimate wilh tbe children nearly two years. Tha sffur has created a great deal cf excitement. Tbe Sad Kod er a Xsaaway SSIrl. Chicago special: A young woman named Lillie Luont, eutaa badie Mctsride, waa to day eeoieoced 10 the penitentiary for tbe term of five years, baving been tried and con victed of larceny. Five years ao Sadie, then a pretty girl of eighteen years, resided with ber father, a wealthy banker at Londonderry. Ireland. The father married a second time. aod Sadie, afier quarreling with ber step mother, ran awsy to New York, and when there entered upon a life of shsme. By re pentant appeal she lecured tbe sum of S1000 Irom ber lather ana squandered it upon a worthless and diseolute man. Coming to Chicago, she was guilty 01 several bold rob beries. While id all lor a rob ery she met Maxwell, a ootoriout thief. Af er their dis charge both worked together. Srae secured woik as a domestic, but stole $600 from ber em'oyer. Oa her arres'. and trial Maxwell swore that be stole the money, but not being credited ths was sentenced aod be waa beld for another offense. She is quite good look ing and highly educated. A l.tttle Wlrl'a 'terrible fcxperleaee. New York Wo, Id: Til give you twent, five cents lo take note round to Bocurm street for me, s iJ a young mulatto named Albert Fish ale days sgaio Emma S.hwi w), a thlrter-n yeai-old girl woo was playing arouod the doorway of her horn; bt No. 142 Harrison atenur, Williamsburg. A'though she bad seen tbe youth before, sue heeilated, not knowing what be meant by euch a prop 09IUOD. "You don't want to go?" he said, noticing her timidity. "Will you go for fifty cento? A il go wi'.h jou. ' lhe on r ot so mucra monev to a poor girl tempted her and she went with him ln.y walked togaiher through mar.y streets, and finally entered a nirrow lane, ibe name ct wnicb the girl rto.-s not know. Here we are 1- exclaimed trae- raa ilatto, at lhe same time seizing the little girl by lhe shoulder with on a haod sod puc-uig the other over her naoutb. 8h-a sera, rued and struggled desperstely, but was cmieddown a rickety cellar stairway. She fought bravely, scratching aod biting her assailant. Fish attempted, to assault this girl, but be was oompelle.d to desist by the liuiou arrivaLtl a throBg cf tarrys and girls. The brute said to too girl: "Give me back my money snd I'll let you go." Srae returned the money to her assailant, who rushed up the cellar stairs Ihrongh the crowd of children and escaped. The girl told her rescuers where she lived and she was taken home. There she fell exhausted iuto her mother's lap. The g-irl was com pletely proa! rated for a number f daya, but s ie gradually improved and wts finally ab.e to obtain rest and sleep. Effvr a were then made to find ber assailant, bat without suc cess. H d he been cap ured immediately after tbe attack he would have received a coat of tar and feathers, and perhaps even saverer t real men', for threats were freely uttered in the neighborhood. He went past tbe girl's home sgsin Fridsy evening and she saw bim. A policeman was summoned and Fish was arrested. He was committed to tbe Raymond street jail for examination, Borglarlea at Lous Brascb. Long Branch special: Nearly every cot tage along tue shore to-night is a small ar senal. Toe stores in the town where nowd-r and shot are sold did a good trade during the day, wnne tne inale collegers returned from tha city to-night Well supplied with aminunilioc. These warlike preparations bave been made in view of the many rob beries Ibat bsve been committed in tbis neighborhood since tbe opening of theses- sin. No one can a:eep in peace, because be fears that if he does sleep some enterpr s ng burglar will carry off bis plate and jewelry. The latest robbery reported occurred at the cottage of Mr. C L'Hommedieu, at Ojean- ville, wbicb was broken into Ibis mornirg and f 800 worth of property carried cfT. Tbe burglars carefully selec'ed' tbe solid silver ware, and ihe pieces lbey suspected lo be plated they tested by breaking. The dioicg- room floor was s'lewn with plate lha broken. No, so bold as (he burglars who entered tbe 4 cb and Joseph cottager, they did not enter tbe sleeping-rooms above, wbere they migrl have secured more alo able pioneer. Fair View, near R-d Bank, was sUo the scene of another burglary last nigh', the collage of Dr. Eugene Liviots'.on, ct ib L'vertoii and Liotdon and Ulobs in surance Company, trnoe entered. Tbe thieves boldly plaoetl a ladder against the window i f tbe room where Mrs. aVvisg-toa slept, oa tbe second floor, and secured all the jewelry which laid on the dressing case. Among the slolen arlicl:s Wcra a gold watch and chate laine chain, two diamond ring' and a pair of bracelets 01 solid eold. Ine bnrgl mnBl bave been alarmed at something, aa they could easily bave entered the otb room. Tnis makes six burglaries commit ted in the vicinity of Long Branch and R;d R.nk since Moo&sY nieb'. Ibe first wis the residence of County Auditor John S. Lul- burrow, at Eatontown, where tbe tbieves cored a quantity of jewelry and clothing, a valnaoie stallion an 1 road wagon, ana a new set of silver-plated harneea. Tbe next morn ing the depot of the New JerseV Soothers railway was broken in'o - and the safe robbed of nearly 200 in mosey and a quantity of railroad tickets. Tnen follow -d the burglarise of the cot tages of Mr. Rich and Mr. Josipha, where tbe thieves secured nearly $6000 in plunder. these dannz rohb.-ries have st lat aroused tbe cottage residents, wbo intend lo provide other protection man that anorded by tbe six fithtrinen who patrol an areacf nearly tea miles, under the name of tbe Long Branch Muniaai,al police. A meeting aaa already been arranged to be heist at ,the West End Hotel er Mr. John Hosy's reside nee at Hoi lywocd, on Tuesday night next, for ihe pur pose ct raising a lurid to support aa adequate force, to consist of competeot New York snd Philadelphia paiiceraen. The Town Com- aaiesicners held a special Bweiiag to-day acd advised ibe appointment of six additional policemen. At Red Bank two assistant night constables were appointed and two of the day conetabui were ordered to at nrghl doty. Terrlflct Beailev Kzaiaalaa. Gles falls, N. Jly 16. At twenty minutes past a o ciocs a load denotation was heard, resembling ibe explosion of a large qnaniity ol giant Powder, acd shaking . . l. T: J J I U .L , me Boitatngs ana orwaaieg tne wtnaows wuu in a radius at n mile. Clouds of steam and dust were seers rising in tbe vicinity of Ihe Giecfai's Paper Mills' works, south of Gien falls, A large steam boiler thrown irom the mill was found 100 fact distant. A number of person were injured, several fatally. The ruins took Are aos were consumed. Lose, $75,000 to 1100,000. ! Btawaailt. B.'l Nye has beam visiting in Wisconsin, aod writes- to Ai paper, the Boumuraxg: Korthera ',iiscoesui is the place where they yank n bg wet Jog iota tbe mill and tnrn 11 into epa as eoick aa a railroad man can draw hi! salary ont of tha pay car. The log ia held on carriage try meaoa of iron dogs while it ia rasing worked into lumber. These iron dofa are not like those we aee on the front itepe si a brown stooe front occasion ally. They are another breed of dogs. The managing adiior of the mill lays ont the log in his mind and works u into dimsision at off. ebiog'e bolts, slabs, tdtian. two bv-foor. two-bf-eighte, twa-bvLa,.. ie so ss to nsa the golds to tbe b. advailags, just as a woman takes a dress pattern and ca'.s it so she won't hsve lo piece toe front bread;bs, and will still have eooogh left to make a poll nie for tbe last sumnrzwa. I stood mere tor a loug time walchlug Ibe Various saws and listen ng to their monotonous growl, and wishing chat I had baen born a soosafol timber thief instead of a poor boy wiiHoui a rg 10 dj at one ot tnese mills, not long ago, a man backed np to get away from the carriage, aod ihougutieesly backed sg-iins'. a large ssw that was revolv ing at ihe rate of about 200 a minute. Tbe saw took a large chew cf tobacco .'rom-the plug be had in bis pislol pocket, and then began on nim. sal there s no nse going into details. 6uch thinjs are not cheerlul. They gathered him up out of tbe sawdust aod put mm io a nan keg ana carried in sway, but Be aid not speak again. L;ie w is quite ex tinct. We ahonld learn from thia never to lean on a bnxx saw when it move'. h itself aright. A VSOMSS'aJ ETES. Bhe raised her eyes from t ut their tender glance J here came nnuuerea meaning witn a naan. Quick aa the liffotninK dart with which to daah rrtan nope into my oeart. as irom a irance. Was ronsed to living force my manhood's strength To grow in sturdy action till at length strong in my tram, i etooa reveaiea Such waa the power her eyea could wield. Pare feellnn beam from oat three depths so clea.-. in alienee naa a tender lnnuence tnrown Aa trauant essence from ihe ro e ia blown To wait tne tidings ot Its presence near. Naught born of words can mike the bond complete. For love will movee'eii ainaieln lli'am Dry teaU To mrtrtotrrgmETii 1 I trr to rim Truaung ihe llgAt of IotIdk e? aSC A. Ismit Republican. PERSONAL MENTION. Bkechzb will dodge the hay f .v by speeding ihe summer in California. BoOKWAXTEK, the Ohio politician, hs spent a princely fortune decora.iog bis bouse st tprinjOsli. EatpgBOB William is taking the regular course of baths at Ems and looks fifteen years younger Ibao ha really is. Mb. Elsm, the Virginia editor, is able to walk out again, and will socn be strong enough to gel op another duel. Grur. GBAm, it is ssid, now usee Mexican cigars altogether, and declares that they are fully equal io quality to those wbicb come from Cuba. It is said that John Gilbert, (he American basso, whose summer weight is 247 pounds, will ba engaged by Max riirakoscb for the coming season. Ex-SrecBCTABr of thx Navy Richard W. Thompson, of Indians, ia the only surviving man who was no tbe Whig electoral ticket ol that Htate in 1810. Ms C F. J0HH8TOH. of Richmond, will be one of Ihe richest men id tbe country if Lon doners succeed in having tbe Confederal bonds recogoixed. Mb. John Smith, of Churchville, Va, celebrated his eigbtv-sixib birthday last week by a vint to bis harvest hsie and cradling around an acre of wheat. Rcchefobt's hair ia turbulent and gray, and it tnmbles in cataracts over his it'i, and ria-s in a geyser on lop, but he thinks this is a good deal heiter laaa beiog Daid-ueaded. It might be well to state that J. Armoy Knox is not the' fanmorous writer of the Texas pater which he has si successfully -1 j 1 .L A . i 1 a . 1. aaverueeu, sou iai Aicasuuer osrci ir. A FAMILIAR figure at ibe Paris rac a ia Henri Rocbefort. Toe fi-iy Frenchman hid a parsion for gambling nn'ii once he lost heavily at bac2rs'. His work cnthen tranrioearu consists ot ose editorisl a day. An Arabian wbo breugLt a blu-b to a maiden's che?k 1-y the eagerness of bisg-a said to her: "Mr looks have planted rases 10 your cheeks; why for lil me lo gslber Ibem? The law permits him who row; to reap the harvest." The oldest son of Bereef ard Hope, mem ber of Psrliameot, and grandson of the last celebrate! Marshal Viic not Baresford, is sbont to mair an- Americsr, the daughter of I!ri.-Oep. Frost, 1 ale of lh--army and aow of hit. Louie. The English jourtaa s ibe American belli a ate luosiu the En!iah very close in their 00 uia'riinoaiiJ maikel. Mb, J. B. McCollaoh, the lire!as rditrr of Ibe 81. Louis Globe-Vtmocral, is tSMOg through his s-ciud liluees in p--d 1 f twenty years. Hi has bren cos fined o his room for nesrly three weeks, and his phfei cal break-loan csn bs directly tr ead to jirnrt Mr. Mrnl l:h'.S pUCC haa alwiys bacn fiund ia labor. . Hs spends ahout thirteen hours a d.y in fail effioe oa an average, aod there are seven days ia hie week. ' Col. Eob Ingxesoll, who has bsen stop ping at toe Hoffaaao House, ol New York, was shown the magnificent bar with its ex pensive trappings. He is an cut-aod-odt te mpersncs man now, and after tsking in all thr gli'Ur aod mignifixijce be remarked: "This ia tbe most onhodox show I've aen. You can deal out bell fire here and believe y. n are in heaven while you're doing it." Then someone told him it the place wbere all ibe clergymen time, and that the infidels were Tying to have il atiolished. A FULL feeling af er veals, eiyspepe:a, heartburn snd general iil-healih relieved by Brown's Iron Bitter. - Major Kwlaaa aiarrlasf. Vincenbks, ID, July 17. At 10 (.'clock tbis morning ihs Hraa. Willism L. Esirg, msyor of t'. Louis, waa starried to Miss Mollie Fuming, of this city. The weddii g was a quin aflat, and celebrated at the resi dence of the bridt'a parents, lhe Rev. Aaron Turner, a Method tr. minister, officiating. Ooly intimate friends ot both parties were present al he cereaieoy. After tbe marriage a banquet waa reived and ibe couple this afternoon took lbs train for K'. Louis. 1 he SJrs-ae lot wry War Over. From Ibis lime on ths Commonwealth D.c tribution Company will withdraw fiom the foolish war wsged by r.vsl lottery comp' niea, and aiteadii g io its own businees leave the cilling of fraudulent, eic, to them. The country ia large enough for a!', ard ibis war has Caused the new Postmaster Genoral to call tnese lottery companies "illegal and frauda," aod deny Ihem Ibe use of lhe regis tered mails. The Commonwealth Dislricu- tios Company, by their f ir manner of v'raa- ings, hope io merit pairoosge without bsj ieg anything evil against other companies. "Live and lei live" will henceforth ba their motto. Oa Joly 31st, in Loui-villr, Kr., lbs next ctrawin taxes place, witb a capital prist of 130.000 aod romerous otter large or. as. , Ae tickets cost only ii each, every body should hay. one, including their rivals, as' they wou'd he overjoyed by returning tbem good tor evil" oy seeing Ihem draw a big ppae. Addrees R. M. Boardmao, Louis ville, Ky. . Cincinnati, July 16. Michael k Clements McKirean, bot and shoe maouf ccrers on Fuluan street, assigoid lo-Jay lo Julius Brfteger. The assigoee' bond was fired at f30,d00. Assets std liabilities not staled. ' "Jtoaga oa Kala' ' Clean out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed bogs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15.. Drogzist RUTAL BAK1B FOVt IEK o Absolutely Pure. rats powder never vanea. A ra arret of par t strengtn and wboieaomecaaa- More eoraoaiieal than the ordlaary kinds, and cannot be aoid ia eompetlDon wltn tne mcjrJtode ot tow-ten, shorn weignt. alnm or phosphate powdaua. ROVal. H Kl FOWBIB CO.. GROCERS. MOKGAW J. KELLY, late ol Kelly A llVaddon. JOHt BX)i?EJL, Late ol Jaa, Koper A Bra. WHOLESALE GH0CERS, And ComxniBira ero2Lanta Z9 Mjalm firtreet. 6ajeM Black, -, Tenneaen. 3ITiH: TVEW RICH I.LOOD, And will eompiebly cbaagw ths blood la the entire system la threw months. Any per son who will Lake 1 Fill each might from 1 to IS weeks, may be restored to aouad heaath, if saeh a thtna; be possible. Far carina: Frmale Complaia''i smo PiUa have wo eqnal. Phyaldans nsa them tal their practice, fotd wsrialm : -wnt by mail for eight kHter-staunpa. Read for clrrwlar. I. S. JOU.VSON CO. ,' -1N, MASS. DiPHTHERIA "OHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT Ls lT.rrf.ic "ra:.. tfifwiic IjarrtKP, Qimnie Itytemtuv, I ftnlen MnrtHit, fcUlMTTrnolstM, DImma af lb 8Ki.fai.du "icru is'd rrerywDer. fiendfar ptuaptikt to L I. JoiOtMM sfc co Bmtoii, Mavu. An Er.piia.fc Vc:c r.ary fMUTMMi andCbemiat. bow u-vr;in in tti. cotintrT. uwathmt bom I of lhe Hore -vrd CvnV Powden uo& bere I r wnniiiffj trash- H ura that Sharvtlan't I j'aa.4a Iwrlsra svrsa airwUtitstlw? Mirt suvd SDTzienslT raln&bis. Xoihkm on earth will main htm tmytlk BnefrtdaB't Onulitioa Pwdia, . IV. 1 tmtp- tel to 1 put food. aokl tt7 w hct, or mot hj mm tot ft tout r-atiLpa. L tl Juuks j Or. botrua sUa A. KKKKV A CO., Sfeoiphlflu tacneral Wblt?Ml Aentm Chickasaw MEMPHIS, TEJTriESSElE. JOII.V E. KAHDlsK effc CO PKOl'KIK'iOUK. GENERAL FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS. JB. B.a racial-era aaa Bealers 1st Eaclare aad Boilers, Hew aaa tteroarf-baa : arehlieeiaral. farm aaa sssetailaa Maeklaory ajaeelalltea. WteanytkaLaiei Black of Kail are nasi art aa be lea ad la Ibe Hoaibwraa. " asrwa- far Maori! ttaclao a lr-alr.t 35I3Tb7S7F N. BCHWARZEKBBata. I- P. It IV. Ute of SCHWARZEflBERGJAY & CO ailirACTI7aTr.akS Stoves. Tinuaro. House-Furnisliing Goods OLK AGENTS FOB THE IMPROVED STEVENS FILTER. If.' Main Street, 60DW1S. Cotton Factors, AGESTS FOB THI) 33C Frout Street. Cor. ' r V. J.R.GODWIN ' Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 411 Main street, - aurp. WcOADDES wlU girs hU rraoraal attention to a'.l Totton Caraaianed to the flrnt, and la prepared to make t beral advaa'oa.on tm."sn Pratt Gin erao nrra m 4 TanDr ID Havrjaoar lea rJloetsSll.Hlaeo of Ifaelralebraied REVOLTING HE Sell' Feeder Tr which thev cat! the attention of Plnt )rs an 1 ii, . u. tnn ia ika .rwiMi imnr ,TamitiL sesr culare. or call and s'ses ihs lim betore biivlag. acd rromntiy. Kr.n ' Grocers, Cotton Fa c tors 280 mi 282 Froa? Street, fflempMs. Te&a BICARB & OOFFIM OOTTON FACTORS Arid Giierai Commissioii Merchants. fjiis. si ami :ww runst ki'Rkkt. .Krniy. WOODRUFF LUTtflBEIl GOIVIP'Y a. woonxrFF, Frallssi, Manufactorera Cypress, Poplar, Cottonwood, Walnut, Oak and AtY Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holdings, and Building Material Ueaerallj SAW AD PCANlWfa aUIsLS, north Front Street, aear Gai ".Vorks. C).Tr.rVrvwra tyfavista-ear. TVTe-.Tr-t y-a 1 -m Tn tV '.H CZ'.'.'.ZV. Lalo ......j u 'Aif. G. H. late wltu 0ZANNE, DENISON & CO. iiiraiiiHL(s or us warn: and uealkhs ia STOVES, LAMPS, OILS, REFRIGERATORS, WATER-COOLERS. I'JK BOXE9, CUTLEKT, Etc. Xoofinr. flattering and Job Work Done to Order. No. 21 il.2 MaUtN SYRXET MEMPHIS. TENiV DE AH & CARROLL Wholesale & Betail Paints & Painters' Supplies, Window-Shades. Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc, IVTo. 8 4 (3 TVI 1 n .'Btrent. ASOKfc-xi BTneim, lew ennsa Stewart, G YholeSvil8 Srouers, Cotton Factors, Hot. 3 Th Troat fc?eet; Memphlj; Xeane-at STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., Cotton Factors an CoiainiifsioH jerehmBtSj KB OKT.fr'AN. f.HIl A . WHSLlULt 1IKAM.U 4VMO MlaUSBMs, jESTU'SsEO Sole A cents lor the tollTWlsx nrat-clasi InstmienU; STEINVAY AND WEBER m Ba U KwajflCII a BJtriT. UAKLKat. K. WITSaaVSaT . atC At-VU al11 '"Fir C. aasMl etrlastaaal afaaaa. Q STT--Z O MA"TathiA " iaa'atl. C tVrate lor Catalogues. aUa2a1..3a5 HtaMittt, M S3 CROUP, ASTrMA, bOMCHITIS. JeHNX)N-S AK01)V1 MMHIM :!lliti tAOouly reitrvc UM-kC tcrnbic puuif Care Blria eases tml of tt n. liif,ai'U"n tl.t ;U stv many bvea sent free Ly mail, iruu't tiay a BDomcat. rmwotir-n is better tbas cure. it.WE HENS LAY Iron Wort IIEIEllIs, Oaartne A Kay. J. B. 8C.1W AKZBSBSB. 4BD nClLKKD in - - Me in phis-Tenn. t. ULL1S Com. Merchants NTAB WrrOM I, Union, Meunli. Te- - Memphis., Tenuesste. ComDanv STnvTT MaTafeTTS: COTTON GINS and Condenser, P italic Gimiers. The Revolving Hisd, onl foun 1 l a l.i-d Ua aha Cotton Oin. Send for Price Llat aud 11:- fasf are preparad to repair Gina in ths beat maunoi H. T. Ha.BJBJa.aI, nre't aad Treat. of and lieulera la DKNiaOS. oeo. a. roz. Lata with Oraiii Bri. 0'. OrtlU Bus. A Co. a at u a;w 0,cwiir.. wvnne&lo "fHIO' COTTU5I 4il5f. Browu Cuttoa Glus I'eritioionlals Irom Tenneftseaafi i Who Have Used Them., . " 11 slosa lis work alee, ass la aa I re a at la ealrs.l," CiArveLAsTB. Tils., February 1. 1HKL ive received your letter. In answer, wsa aae anire in recommending the Brown Cotton (Jid. ve are well pleaaed with our Ola that weasu c'osaed last season. It will do waat It Is reross am oded, ti dors its work nice, and la no troanle to M. US. WITT. L. M. WITT. " .1 as stoae all I bal we a aeoloal II CsaTaLi. Tans.. Frbrnary T, 1M2. 1 h fnttnn etin Knif 1 '.AltilMaiaHr S bOUaht Of VOO hu autkvd admirably: haa done all ws arzaeeeed It to do. Onr cotton merchant aajs It abowed lha oei auapis ot lint ut tae maraet. a- r. ivisas m n. eaa ! aaero eafiaa fraas m nlrrai mi ! aevsl iaaa aai aaber la aroaaal aaa. t. W. Maw BORN, Maoon, Tenn. Taet III wsrk ax-rlarelr, balk laaleasn Ml Venle MUIs Co. P. B. McKLW KK. Treasurer, auras, lean. TSaoy work ailecly. Poiirr Puusarr. Trmw . February a, lata. 1 'm 14lna n ireraaaed from von work ntoty.sud the- oaniea they were purchased for are well DL-.aed. K. K. TAKBKT. (all uaveattea serrtel aatlaraellaa. H. KABIf A SONS, Bolivar, Tenn. jj II raa aa Bsee eaaiet aal leas PHI UP A aXJOTT, Unmboldl, tTrth, vs ara wll ploaarsl sslets yoar SJIa." J. W. ELLIOTT A CO., Baolabury. Tenn. -W. eaa.Kler IH. r-a-r ..Vo.Ms Isaa laaaair. -xraoa a. Williamson Co.. Tenn.. Feb. 1, US- V e raurchased a eV-daw Bmsn Gin. Foader and Cm leuser In th- fail el INSO, and have now In lain J tne ae-ond seaam with It. Ths Uin haa gle, ra ua giod atUstaciii'ia, saakos a ftne atapla, aiil our cusioinera are well Gleaaed with It. Vee con .'der the Feeder an1 e'oudeuaur Indispenaable auachmeula, aad would not be without them for near their coat. TANUi m MILUOlTa. Brown at Slarkf, AgeatHlempbla. Tea. T. B. Klnar. agent, Itrawaavllle, Tsna PORTABLE FORGES. 151 8. Jefio-sou C alcngw, in. 300 VARIET1 luS of SCALEi E st Quality at Lowest Prices. 2- Ton Wagon or 4 otton ScAlett, $40 3-Ton, ISO. 4.Ton, $60. Brass Beam and Beam Box Inclnied. I J; 1 700-lb. Cotton lteaun& Frame, $45 PORTABLE FORGEf A t;ool Forge for Farm or Shop, $10. U suns at ball uanal prices. lEJttfSmithTools Of Alt Kidi Hundrads ot Specialties at Low Prices, f .7JodiI for CircnUr aatl I'rlce LUt.tata HWIL.L, BKISM. at I'O , liesls, ieswraal. Teal TKUTrl.' HkLK. TraaUe' Sale. BY virtue of a trust onto to was eieratrs bf Austin Be-attjr. ana rt-nlsv in lu U lUaia i M'softlce of Hnelbf countr, Tena., In kaoa Ut 1 Si IK, I will, on Turadajr. Itaa a4ils ar Jalj. !, r.l 12o'clnrk m., and In trout of tbe eenrtnauaiof i l t tweuly, sell at public auction, to tbe hibsl I .it-tcr. a certain raero-l of land. aHoate la Ibe cilv I I iiemphla, eoumy ol Bbeibv and HiaU' ol Tra-i.e-s f o. lelni Lot No. 7, ol subetlvlaiou of Il Me. 8. . f b'oca ih, aa abown bv plat of subtllvlaina ol ui-1 Lot Kil. a, of record lu lha ReesisUrr'auOKwot s.l J oouulv. In book 86. pave TH; aatd lot He. 1 I a lr nl of nlty-twe aud half fast on tb ast s'o of Cauaev atreet; a depth oa tne north Una ol l.t Feet; on tbeaoutb Imeol 21 last, and a wldta lu tbe rear of 60 fant. T.jm. of nl Cash; eqnltjr of rsdemptlea irai.ed, and title bellsred to bo good, bat 1 wlii tourer only a trtatee a. H BiaUEt, Traates, !f A Walks, attosama 1 rtsstee's 8al. Lay virtus of three eeverai deeda of trast mad i bj W. J. 8lut and wife. Huaan I. Mint, lo Jams A. Anderaon, mules, one ou tb lom day of alarcb, l"7f. and recorded la Book 106, ra . and one on tbe '.Bib day of May, 1H75, and rewarded in Book 107, pare 610: and also on on tb 141b day oi February, 1J7, aod recorded in Book 110. page 4iX: and by rirtue of a final drcroi awarded la the r i-.,-iot i W. laniard el al va. W. 1. Halut t al., tin. e-flll. Ohanoory ejourt, Hbsilby oiaunty. wbmlu Ilia said James A. Andersoo waa reuiorerd aa trua . aud I, I'. K. Hnalti), appolnwd in bia alead to e'arryoul lb term of asid trnsts, and npr.n de mand of the bwaefclaxlei in said trust dee-da mil on 4 lar day, las llika Day af taisal, I nt Wbitchaven, In th Tblrtsnth (Mvll lalsirlot of .-uelby county. Teun., offer for aal. and Mil to ihs talutiest bidder, for oaah, tb following de M'.lr.d rl SAtaie, to-wlt: On lot at WbtiflbATea, l.c by county, on th alia laslppl and Tennessee ra Ito.d sud di-srrlbL-rt aa follows: Beginulog at an lion elate l'fl feet trura th eenter line of tbe trarfc ol tbe Mlad.alpui aud Tennaasee railroad, ii ins wast bouudary tin of tb depot grounds of raid railroad, 410 lest front tb norm west corner of siid depot grouuda; runuliis traenne eouibwardiy -ti .I1 Un aud parallel with II (ih, said railroad) I r a distance of MX leet to an Iron suaka; tbauos -ttwardly, an-1 at rttbtaug1! to th lio ol eald raltioad, lor 1460 'ectloaataa In theweat bound ary line of K. M. White' land: theooe north aard.y witb aald Hue for Sal leet toe seats ; ttivtat eatwardly and parallat with the woo4 liueUlS feet to th beciantng atak Is th ground of aald railroad, containing (12) lwva acre, more or lea, being tba sera land coavyel lo W, J. 'ulnl by . M. While. Tbe right of redemption, homestead and dower In said land Is barred, and tba title to said laud la believed to be Perleot, but I aatl aud convey on I y a' irus'a. ii. K. HMITH, Trustee. ffnen A Alan, and R T Potlarl Ko's. wrd DKaWIIsh. 7 V tu&. 4 rem msMee earrrtauar r norms I as ares sssf raiorpea bchemc to M etraar JfoaiS . svr.'ArITL PstlZC, 7$.eaeMj.-l T tea ei awls' Hkare la repcrlsaa, Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y " Wtdo ki esrliy that w aapervtat (Ac iirraapt wl or aii the HimlMn taut 1 S-t-nnl Aresstatrl 0 tke lmuminma Mnle LnUrry (Atmpntt oad t aev s-m wtaatige and control the brawiav tArmrivtm, eaS that tut tnme ct eowtmeted triih kort. fmrmrm, an tm good iA Uwrrrel all fartiee, east as ewaortaf i tonipows loaae lAia errtilerati, srua fe-rnimutt oj our tiguauaa mlaraal, im tit edserHsewiraaj." . v t3 Caaaaalaalaarrm. Iracorporated In 1SSS lor tweoty-Sve year, by the I-euiatur for ItacatloraaJ aud ejort table pur nn with a capital of ll.OOu.onO to wkloa a r aery fond of over Moe.pug baaslnot been adatcsl. Hf aii overwbelrnlrag popular vote Its francbta waa inarjs a part rf the preaent Bute eaorurUeouoa adr.nu-4 laeocmbar X A la. 147,. 7 aV eu, Lourri mmer mated ommnA iadavssa) , (h peopU of i Mais. II at ewer Heal ar Poalpaaata. lie WraaMS alaeils-Js aaaaer Isrswlan lake plana aaaae Kir. aa hr-i.l.a lil opi-OBTI "IITT to I X Aa SKH El'iHTH "jit ASK DatsaiMa, LLArt M, AT Mrw OELIAMa. TdffrtDAT.i aaisii 14, Istaas IS,ia M'authlv Drawlag CAPITA la PKIZE, f 73,000. )o.ee Tir-atrrs AT PIVI IaOLLAiW In n, kA0TlOKii, IS flKTHn, 111 faorVlaTIOH. LIST OF faUZE.1. 1 Csmal Frtar. ..,1 uuO .. 2,l .. lO.ts O .. 12.000 .. 10.0UO .. 10 OKI -. w.oie .. JO.aa) . . .. ft.OUl .. AM TM 4tes . 2. -sac 1 ti .'.Ai frue 1 Capital rnae I rYliea of tuuua.... s f nssa ot 10 Prlae of Prises of ion Priasa of Sue Pnase al N Hrtara of luuu.. 6a , i 1U rUSI Frlaai of '..Z. T. .. arraoxivanoa raitsa. AppraarlmatMn 1-naca of 17 ( ApproauaaatioaPnaaa of ty0 Af arualf atlon frlaea of ii .. . Ut,7 Priam, aeoOntlng to. f.-V ! ArclicaUun lor rate te elub, araoaid bs I o,T to Uteofnc of tae Cotrpany In leew Or.a aa. Tit InrxiMat lnionaacloa, wnte eiesriy, ft ring late addre. hVtmd oreWr by Eapreas or fseuf, addreaaad aaly to U. A. IS A I rHU, are ear Iran. Laa., or as. A. lillil'HIs.MTluf rails treat, tat aalaatsea. Is. 4 ., ar an a. at aal Oaaet esarael. aaaaaaieaeaaa. I 1. 19 -4- t a eev xot j tPSao ! f t