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The Distiotu shed Actress,
And her Unrivaled Co-piny.
J. W. M0RR1SSEY. Mo-sier
tTOda, HUM 4 TOlniiTCU
March ii-SS-tf ....MINNIE MADDERS
ID gpitp m jvii.
Crosby's Dime Museum
244 Main St., Memphis.
If. B. CROSBY .Sola ProprUtor
Open Every Day This Week at 1 and 7 p.m.
IDAI.KTfK The Water Queen
WALLACE Tbe New ep'one
Thee performers are veritable Amphibi
ans. At human fiah they are unrivaled.
AH room The m at amu'ing, moft mo
rtal, molt magical Chinaman ever im
ported frr m the Lend of Tea.
Jill. nibblA.ua ,u. -
The great Cannon-Bail Jul1' .,
JEUKrlAH M. 8. CR0SMA5 The Only
Original lanaee '
T)EoMO-Iho fire KitsT.
Everything bright and amusing. Come and
bring the f.mily.
Jf (tlRM.
Tounc Men's Christian Association,
TUESDAY, March 23-Subject...OUR KINO
. THURSlAY,March2V-SnDject...ST. PAUL
FRIDAY, March 26-Sabject TENNYSON
At 8 o'clock p.m.
Byri'a jewelry store. 2f0 Main street.
E. i Wills A Co., 317 Main itroet.
Mansford's. 2W Ma n street.
Clapp A Taylor's, 315 Mam street.
Ii. W illiama
A Co ' 27"S
Main street.
RESIDENCE Two-story frame, 303 Pon
totoc St., sli roems, bath arid servants
room; large thady yard and fruit trees.
Terms easy. Call at office f Dr. Lipsoouib,
2ft0 Second st..orathisres'denoo,3o2 Miss ay.
FARMS-Several flne fnrms In Arkansas
and Mississippi on very easy terms and
low prices. Address
H.J. MAKTTN. Memphi. Tenn.
-I- a v 11
100 acres near city. Mules, wagon
I J and corn on place
Apply i.'a'iisnn .i.
ROOM Nicely furnished front room,
y eV T O 1 l"y 1111 Dnnlnf at 1 at-l V
D occupied by 0. K. Hinwali; good stand
lor rti rocry anu ireu piuro.
KELLY. ROPKR A RE1LLY. 392 Main t.
"OOOMS-Furnifhed, forentU-nen only.
.TMuriiril I finiTKir At ftran,! -Turn,
b tion, Tenn., for rent, and furniture lor
eale choap. Apply to
E. L. K-ilEP, at Grand Junction.
rPllREE ROOMS Up-stairs. . Apply oa
X premises. 34 ALABAMA Bf
iMOTTAOE Of throe roams at the term I
t j .. ,.f Rimwnnft street car line. Audit
at 3b Union street,
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
XV beoona street, ne'erenra rruirnu.
ROOMS Suite of two rooms, unfurnished,
or one furnished room: will board par-
.- If JaciM.1
Location nest in tne oiiv.
Address, with reference,
B. C.. Appeal oflice.-
Family private.
COTTAOK-Tbree rooms, citern. at 257
J Georgia street. A' n'v next room.
C'tOTVAHE-No. 414 Laulerdale, 7 rooms
y in yood repair, good cistern; S per
aflomh. Apply IP no. ay 'nam Biroci.
2 -STORY Lrlck Residence, S. W. corner
Second and Exchange st.: in first-class
repair; eight rooms. Apply on premises.
ROOMS En suite, Lee Block, third floor
front. Anply at No. 4 Mndison st.
10 it SALE.
invoice between siasJ ana rixw. au-
dres. O. W. MISKKLlj,,
BatesviUe. Miss
THE "STREET BLOCK" Coverinir five
three-story brick dwelling-houses, Nos.
39, 41, 41H, 43 and 45, on Poplar street, be
tween Main and Second s'reets. Apply to
Boom 3Ctron Exchange Building,
or JAMES L. 00DLOE,88 Madison ft.
IINE MILCU COW-Price im. Apnly to
jur.rn Dunoai,
South Gate E'mwood Cemetery..
LlUllrtlT- Oil ruuuis, VII U1IBDIDBI..1 .1.
nue; red-ear line; good noigiboraood;
lot 40x150 feet. Applyto
: B. E. GEORGE. 326 Front st.
TTflNE TIMBER-Thirteen miles froin city.
X' Audreys ... ijicui oqq q
2 A OKf will purchase a new, hand-tfy-t
JjOJ some, two-story Queen Anne
houfo, id ni, wiih iront, .ide and back
porches: cistern, stable, wood nnd coal
sheds, corner lot, M6xlti8 feet, nicely graded
and fenced, 20-foot alloy in rear, adjoining
State Female College. To-nis-2(Hi0 cash,
balanoJV) per month. Will be completed
about April 1st. Address T. A. LAVill or J.
11. BAKTON, 10 Madiroa street. Oluce
hours. 2 to 4 p.m.
T3IAN0S At first cost: dosing out sale;
X only a tow leu. ian luimeiHuieiy, (ii
you want a bargain, at E. A. BENSON S
Music Store, 330 Main St.. opp. Peahody.
H' C-IJSE And lot, 2-U and 244V4 Elliott
street. Address K. L. C, Apenl ofnee.
"toTTAGE-Dosiruble eoltage residence,
I i . .....ii .ih i tn North Momohis:
terms ressonatle and easy. Addros
.245 MAIN i'T.
II EVIDENCE Twostory brick residence
V on Main street, with grocery connected
for i
uu .t, ........ ,
general Qustnes or urug skura. m w
I at a oartram . a pp it ... .,....
ikll.ir.n. r r. rv q i. ur
A. J. MA 111 IN
rORSK AND MULE (Jood ore and
I inl vr flhnAi.. Annlvat corn or of
Third and Mill atr.et.,Cheiejea.jRAnAM
.Tj'URMTtJRE Complete etol household
,Jj furniture, almost new, at a bargain to
oaah purch er; must be sold at once. Apply
: to .1. R. BALDWIN. aM Main si
LOTS 37 and S3 Peyton subdivision, north
side Greenlaw f tree', for sale cheap for
eafh. Apoly toT. B. MICOU, 310 heconait
ATaluable property-Two vain, bie
. V ... . .... ... unit IM
Pontotoo street eitendcd. Apply to Itov. i.
' W, linott, corner of Jlarley avenuo an i the
.New Raleigh road. Ibis property will be
gold chea p.
flOL'SE at Helena, Ark., The reason
'or selling, other inWres.s require bis attjn
VUll. XUllUlincr ini-rriii-e ooi i'i w i - v
11 riHIJNt. H lin en. Ark.
u.tU'i in one or tue iivest iowps in me
4... il.
j.oa a nufines6 ii over eimm icr
iconth. Bar can be added to tbe business,
it desired. F'or terms, address
J. 8. IM., Box 102,
Merirlin". Vi".
Ml Jj rr- 0 hit? uriiciiM mwr m -hut.
Inquire o t HADDKN 4 f AKKIi.GTU.N
before puThasfng elsewhere.
feet water f ro t, 41 feet deep. For full
tn.oruiaiioa aon. esa e? .... n. it.hi',
7 Leriagtim street, Boltiroore. Md.
cash, or pa.vable September lo, 1.186,
with good securk y.
Baleigh P ke, 1 loilcs from Brick Church,
Cbeisca: 9 arrot No. 1 land, house 6 rooms,
servants' bouses, (tables, barns, cribs, dairy
bouie. well and (tiitern; also, 3iO bushels
corn, hay and foddit.seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus bed-i, hot bads and sash, agru-ul-tural
unpleuienu, bmisehold and kitchen
furniture, cows, calws, horses, mules,
wagons and harness. Aapjy on rwnuj
HOKSE-A safe, relia-e lamily buggy
hotse one well known to the citneni
of Memphis. Apply at the "j-'f
Memphis; l'idO acres, of wbkh about 3oo
cleared and very ru n tana, a muiaiu cau
be secured by application, to
rVlLMUI7k!VV I1T1TK i'l:lt'l t ktlll'f s!
I r aajwaol n n and aM due. to :he
ftite. " 0VEHI93 A tlSCsVliiOH.
Absolutely Pure.
Thii powder never viries. A marvel ol
purity, urength and whoi;.iomeness. more
economical thtn the ord-nar; kinds, and
wnnot be sold in competition wi.h the
multitude ot low test, snori weiKni riuit or
phosphate pow.iers. Sold con. Kni ti
O WHITE COW8-Ona with rope around
fi v I ai .....J Tup fM ir rntnrn to R.
p.. HARTO'. nesr Curve. Ilf snH.i ront.
ML'SIf For ball or party musio call on
ALEX TOD '. 74 Vsnce stre t.
CISTERNS Pul t and repnired and war
rnnted. Inventor o'- the Sanitary Port
land Cement l ump. Controetnr and hrek-
".elei.hone M. THUS. CU H1N.
LAW, .VariiieandCommerciiil No'ary
Public, Commissioner of Heodo and b. H.
Commissioner, at the old nflice, N;. 3 Madi
son street. t;OLLKfTUiNS A M'KCl AlI Y.
RI)ER In favor ot Brinkley Lumber
Albright and aeeepted by him, for one bun-
area uoiinrn. o iuu.w v.w
tioned not to trade for rime.
LAND PAPERS-In 1S61 Lloyd D. Addi
son le t in bis desk in Mi inphis a pack
age of land titles tor lands ill Wisconsin.
U will be made to the interoi' of any periou
who may know of these pai or to m tily
LYLKS, HARRIS A KA . Attorneys,
Mnmphis, 'I enn.
QETTER Thito and
hlMek setter bitch:
.J both ears black.
fcalnrn In l I) S . M
Madison street. nd g't S 'S rewnnl.
ROuM Desirable furn'shed room, wit!i
hoard, at 72 Madison street.
BOARD With exeellont room,
5 NICE Kooms, furnished or onfnrniBhed,
with or without board, aU37Mjljsnnst
Vw"o large unturni'hod rooms, with or
. without board, at bit Mailiron street, cor
ner Third.
iT JAMEf HOliSE-Cor.Moond and Ad
O amssts. Room and board 15 per week;
davrtnirri. 3 to.
COLORED Hostler and carriage driver.
noin llfl Pea-ieHy Hotel. Telephone 7CO.
lOOK A good cook ami a aintng-room
) man. 'pplyatlOand 12 Jefferon St.,
Thursday, 18th.
property without removal. Address
1. O. ntlX 18.
T li to WO per wook selling M. li"'t
book, "Field, Fort and FUet." or the Illu"
truled Editi .n i f "Tho llouseho d.' 1 col
ored illustrations iifclv01T HIKE PRLrB
pllHl.lsmi4 rt.. lietroit. Mich.
rI"H) KENT A rotton-shed or building cen
1. trally located, suitahlo for stables and
wagon-ya'd. A m l at the olhce of
BROWN A JONES, 22 ntain ft.
HOUSE Five or s'x rooms, xithin thirty
days; smallfamily.no chililren. Ad
dress A.. A prei I office-
TTIVEKYBODY-Ti call and soe the role-
hrHinil ilvnsv Clairvovant. at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
STUDENTS To learn telegrapvy, a
graph Rnhool. eor. Main i- d Popl
r st.
B0ARDER8 At 140 Madison ; nice rooms,
good fjirejraflsjtajicomoted
I" ADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campholl'
New "Tiller" a Tiller. Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. 11 oo us can
be remove i and skirt laiindried. Adjusta
ble to any ie. Ve y fashionable, and sells
for 12 to every well-dressed lady aa soon aa
shown. Agents double their money. Also,
a full line of new furni.'hing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stnmn,
4U West Rnndoluh St.. Chicago, III.
AG ENTS In every rection of the country
fortwo New Books, just ready. Sprcui.
Tkrms to men of experience onpable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CAKStLL A CO.
(limited), 822 Rroadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born s'rom, inicagn
SALESMEN Id. every State in the I' Inn
torenresert a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING fcittl ABblu.ur.n i naving several
Spicialtiim thatare popular slid easy sell
Ini. Can be handled alone or in connects n
with other goods. Add'ex. THE WM. B.
J can hear of fometbing to his advantage
i. :u u:n l...l.v
Dy co reepouuniK ;i "T V nr
nr i.oi.rci i. ibimaui
Projcott, Onturio, Can nla.
QITUATION-Mrs. Ann B. Rothrne. chal-
lenge c-irpeL-iuiincr o. iiiu iuimju uwiwi
wants a aitnation. No obieetion to loiving
theity Apply at this offico.
AN HONEST 10UNG M AN For a per
manent posit on, with an old eitablinhed
firm, as their representive, in his own State,
calary to begin, JT0 . or month. References
exarted. A M . M A N l P ACT L KIN O HOUSE.
14 Barclay tt.eet. N. Y.
AGENTS For the best article ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; r-o peddling
and no money required until sale) are made
and goods delivered. F'or particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mur-
tiusburg, Mo.
A AArt MEN Young and old, to bring
LUUU their Old Clothos to Rosenstein A
Bro. and have them renovated. 2S8 Main
and tfi .leffee.on. ,
To all who are suffering from tbe -errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early deoay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
end a recipe that will eure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy waa discover
ed by a missionary in South America, Send
elf-addressel envolope to the Ro. J wifH
T. Ixm.li, .Station D, A'ew York '
Circuit oart Plr', Jnrlw,
Calendtir for to-dav: Nos. ssfil, ('.
R. Hvan ci Co. vs W". M. Slede; ssT:.',
Wm'F. Schafler vs Vulley (il Mill ;
8S7"), C. E. MrFarland vs' Apple &
Dtinnevant : SS7(1. Hanson it Rice vs
I satne; NS77, E. W right .V Co. vs same;
HS78, Charles U. Yates vs name; SH7!,
Mathow Railev vs Memphis and
'ickliurg Kailroad Company; NS.KO,
James Sandford vs V. .II. Riley ; 8SSS,
Juhn McNabb vs L. Frvtz; KSiit), Mike
Salmon vs M. Sheridan; 88!t.", L. S.
Tnylor vs Che.sjipeake.OLioiuidSoutli
western Rililmad Coniarjv; 8S0H, II.
W. Purnell vs J. T. Main ;'nHV I.ytle
t Sbkd.ls vs J. C. Gates; 805, Uridget
Hanle' vs M. K. Conaway; 8!M0, Joe
Jones vs (i. W. Raker; Hkll, J. S
Drake A Co. vs Memphis and Cincin
nati Packet Companv; 8!H !, ' C.
Gates vs I'linensick A Co. ; 8H1 1, Rob
ert James vs llarietta James; 8!H",
F.lizabetli Gtvinn vs Alonzo (iwinn.
And it fittmulatKJ and promotes tbe
growth of the hair. .
Barnett'a Fiavarintk "Rrtw-tt aretbe
One of tbe Host Notable Gatherings
of tbe Year Toasts aud
KL Patrirk'a day was one of tbe
lov-licst of tbe year, and, as the vari
ous Irish eoci?t es ptoaiised, it was
celebrated in a more iteneral manner
than it has been for vears. Tbe Tart
rvi Irish eocioties afneinbled at 8
o'clnck at the Kniahto of Inniefail
II 1. on the corner cf rjecODd end Jef
feraon etreeta, and an hour wai con
a.,nl in aittina Ilia linA Ifltri OTllfir.
iiu.i.u e, - - '
ihi, hoi no- ahnnt 4(K) lriHumen DtCl-
ent in the unif rms cf the various or
tr to which thev belort'. At 9
o'clock the procfBion wat formed,
I 1..4 V, !, VnioV.i. r,f Tnnisfail
licniic.a uy 1110 - w. ..,
with tho Ancient Ordur cf Hibernians
and three branches of the Catholic
k'niohtnnf Amorir folio winff in the
npur n.meil TIlB linfl of mt'Ch Wil
up Second to Overton, west oi Over
t n to Main, south on Main to Bta'e
to Dasoto. and toutb oa tie iat'er
.Ul Ptktrink'a fVinrph.
The Ktiitilite stepped to the inspirit
ing music o! Arnold's Band, and when
thev rtacbtd the cburcli they were
uru.1 hv tha linvs' hunil of theCbris
titn B:othra' College with "Wearing
of lha Green " The doors of tho
nhureh were keDt closed until the
unlprtion bad been limbed, when
(bey were thrown open, and a large
concouise of peopla immediately uued
tlio Baf.m1 foiitinp.
The macs seieeied by Prof. Winkler
for St. Patrick's Day w. (Jiotzt'sNo
2, and given in good s'.jle by meuibeis
,.f Kt. lVtnr'antioir.
Tho Rev. T. J. Finn f Yicknlurg
li'tiviTi'il an eloiiut'lit blTiiioh tul-
(Iresnt'il to the Irinh people. Ho spoke
of the life of St. Put rick nnd the roin
eiileni'i's which txint in it with the-
liistorvof Ireland. His troubled path
unv tliroiiirh life, mid hlH liollililL'C 111
voutb betiring n stul Hiniilitrily to tbe
iunmuil r mlitioii of Ireland Klllce
bmtorv coiumenceH. Father Finn has
been endowed bv nature with tin
lmiee. the clear Koundiii- voice, tin
logicitl reasoning imwer mid the gift
of wordiiiL' tbotiL'lita that belong to
the orator.
The tine cho.u", "Regina Coeli,"
waa ranilprpil PTOnit;itplv. Atthecon
t lueion Mrs. Uttliv sang ''the Harp
That Once Throuch 'Jura's Halls."
while tbe crowd slowly dispereej,
kirullv irrefl'.tnss being exchanged be
IxDon iwmnnH who met on t Ilia OCCA'
eion. Tbe Knights marched back to
their respective halla
Tho hnnnnpt at thn (iavoso Hotel
last night wts one cf the most cotable
eventn which nns tranepirea in tne
history of Irish eociefy iu Memphis. It
n-ua a nntnlv sneln' nff'jir. pntirelv free
from thoee BtilT formalittea which too
often take away the fuvor ol the wine
and weaken the mirth about the fes
tive board. The banquet was al nearly
arvir t inpnim 19 Rlirfl t 'linui ml be. A
cntnrer of fie leading Irishmen cf
the city conceived thn happy idea cf
nivinir a bana'tet. to which each mem
nr of tho liitla club ebould
have the privilege of inviting one
Rueet. At 8 o'clcck the com
pany bfRan iiBaemblirg in a room
irnared lor tnctr reception oy
lt proprietor of the hotel. At U
Vlnnb lha rn-tv wan nented at taLle.
extandit g tho full lentith of tbe ordi-
tinrv. guttering with etlver anil
crowded with all that wight tempt
noil Hnlii'ht the inner man.
Col. Michael Mngivcny pat at the
bead of the table, and ca. rled off tbe
honors of wattar of coreinonics in su
perb Btyle.
Those present we e:
Thomas Keely,
l.mi.1 Koillv.
Vi illiaui Dean,
John Lilly.
Dennis Smith,
M. H. Re lly,
Martin Kelly,
M.J. Kelly,
Viicha I Larkin,
P. J. Quigley,
John Manogue,
Father Lil y,
Thomas Casey,
Jauios F. Ryan,
E. M- Durham,
C. .1. Blessing,
J. K. SpeH.
George 11. llerbers,
John X'. Walso,
Barney Hughes,
James Phelan,
L. H. Riopelle,
8. Wrieht.
I). T. Fhinnery,
John Gunn,
Owen Lilly,
B. 11. Carlx
J. S. Sullivan,
M. u. i.iirte',
John Donnelly,
James ilegnan,
M 'I' ll.rvin
M. Mageveney,
fatner veaie,
John ltraillev.
B. B. Kodgers,
Win. ftnnie,
John f?,tmlon.
J. H. Matbes.
P. B. ' lark a,
.1. J. Miirithv.
George II. Peters,
J. M. Iheating,
G. D. llutlon,
J. II. Griffith.
Col. Mapevenev. in weboning the
iriomot raniiirked that it was the last
Itml until Kattar, and he hoped it
mrmlil hupniovpcl. Diiri ntr the course
ol his rt murks he tcok occasion to
Ir of tin. pnirit finimhtine the Irish
in America. Thut they loved their
naiiv. nrnntrv mftile them htt:er eiti
zeua of fie land of their adoption. He
opposed violence, nuc ueiieveu mat
Irishmen would and should have an
onoortnritv to govern their own
wtis responded (o by the Rev. Father
Kecly, who said he experienced a
great deal of pleasure lo find himself
in the prtsence of so maDy of hie fa!
lmvfMtinTia Hs thnno-ht when be
looked about ovei the company that a
great deal ol discretion oau oee.u ex
ercised. "Urtat Britain," he coq
tinued, has gjne itsaling all over
the world eveiv stray piece cf terri
tory ahe could "find, and the sua does
not set on ber dominions to-day,
and the sons of Ireland ere
almost as widespread. And
ih.v nniiallv make themselves
perfectly comfortable whetever
they go. Here, to night, they are as
happy as if on the banks of the Shan
non instead of the Mississippi. The
day is not f:r distant when it will be
as diUkult to find a serf in Ireland as
along the banks of a New England
river. There are more Irishmen to day
n London than in Dublin. It is not
extiavagant to say there are 2"i)000000
spread over tne world to-aay. rortne
first time in Irish biBtory. the -people
had an opportunity to say who
should represent them; and oat
of the 103 members, eighty
vix represented tbe patriotism
of Imland. Thev remembered the
niinictnr vhn not Irishmen in ia'l be
canse they loved their country too
;y ll'V J tucu luuuvi ivu
rniniater aometiuies called
well, the
that grand old man, Gladstone. In
ttie last election l-u in xvuiaiiu were
elected to stay at home because the
... .,l vunt fnrih that, if thpv iravA
nuiu --J - --" - j
anythicg to Ireland at all it would be
under the same circumstance! as Jack
Fallstair told the truth, "under com
puljio' ." No other people bave
Jone thi4ugh as much as the
rish people bave done. Yet
we have aa much individuality in us
ca we ever bad. We have bo much
vigor, to mrteh f irtility, that English
oppression has not been able to crush
us. The time is not far off when the
Irish people will be able to hurl back
tbe falsehood that they are not fit to
govern themselves, or to enjoy pi oj
perity even if they bad it."
"ocB an-e"
was responded to by &r. James Phe
lan, who said:
I come not here to Ulk, bat since tbe
h)h I r-ivd hail thn
condition annexed that 1 should talk
either to or about "Uur uumi', i sse
no middle ground. I wooia prefer to
imitate tbe example of that shrewd
trimmer cf whom liana Breitinann
ears that
L..lt htm.Mlf nna-nmmon shtill
Veo odcrs came to plows 1"
P T hv tha nrnuramm that the
blows are inevitable, and aim a it mutt
lib- nitt. r.iitiin 'I will roar
yoti aa gently as any Buckinc dove, I
will toir you an twero anj uiguuu-
1 it f , na r..r frunioht reviva thfl
Order of the Monks of the Screw, and
thoa do fitting honor to the patron
saint of old Ireland, of whciu it is
told that
"First he replenished hie fountain
With Imaor the oesi in me ,
And he swore by the word of hi- saintstup
That fountain snouia never run u. j.
Mim anlrit livpa acralTl. and havinir
I1.D Bp,... ' - - " -- " -
driven snakes from Ireland he has at
lust, like the level-headed lnsuman
that be is, come t3 America where he
confers a boon ai great. He leaves the
reptiles themselves unmolested but he
lias given us a ajvutcinu
their biie. Our arms shall be a ser
pent coiled around a beaker cf wine,
ready t) strike, aid our mo'.to "We
ak no quartsr and we give none, ex
cept for drinks." Under this eymbM
we can an unite, it is too watuuw.mi
of a universal brotherhood, the em
blem of an eternal gcod fellowship.
it. hrinifs together Teuton and Kotuan,
Saxon and Celt. The German shall
no more sing "Die aoht am l.tiein,
but chant the "Marseillaise," and
"Hail Columbia" eball pel forth
from Windsor Cattle and echo through
the corridors o! M. James.
We.too, shall have an anthem ot our
own. Wheresoever me ueari oi Hu
manity is heavy with sorrow, or eyes
are bedimmed with tears, us iiraius
shall be borne on the wing4 of the
wind, and it shall carry wit a it peace
and soothing balm, happint m, mirth
and jollity. Undents nannoniiing in
fluent o the poor ctgot whoee shadow
pollutes Ihe iree waters oi win vimi-
d'ana; the out-cast budra who dwells
on the banks cf the Sacred River of
In lia, and whose touch dt files ill but
the rice ibid that gives him a roisera
l. a o-r inlnnon- I OR wi9rBn 111 Jur-
dolen, tho sight of whose frail bark
frightens the crocodile from his percn
on the hanks oi tne nueimu t.u-
gatherer of China, who, under tne
shadow of tbe great wall that for thoa
sands of years baa excluded the light
of civilization from his humble ba u-
boo hut.iMtb.era the fragrant leaves mat
soothe our household dnins; fie
i,io.o (Jmiphnn who las-O Wild
cat'.l ) on the broad patupai ni South
America, tne unuappy, tne ;
trodden, the lowly of nil races and all
nations shall be Ulloa up aim ooniB
alolt by the regenerating spirit of a
new fellowship, and their hearts Bhall
!- iimnirAil with flAW hone fof ft 1)80-
pier ('ay and a night free from sadness
and fo row. , .
We begin with email beginnings,
u... lik. ikanrina.vinaof HerodotUH.
uui, iiRr tuv i'nrv - - -
an trier shall grow until it covers the
dwellings ol tne VAiiey sou ui nnu
a green growth the gray rocks of the
hnarv hills. But. to accomplish this
good work, who shall guide us and
direct onr euoinr . leaner buuu m
we require must possees may virtues,
beadaptsdby nature for tbe noble
task. If called on lo select such a one,
I should require that he be o! such an
ago that in hit) veins a summer
.. -,ii, oiimi!,l linear on n l ulian
summer, plowing through the tipened
gloriss o! held and woou. r.iui!""
ohniilil halm toinnered the Ulu'.al of
his mood and ge have onti'nied the
impultei cf hie youth. Hie heait
ehotild not be carried on hu sleeve
f irdown to peck, but, lko tue ueari
of the Bruce in its bilver casket, it
should ever be wftrn in tae Dosorn oi
a brave and faithful D iuglass. Hold
ing his friends to a utrict account of
lovalty, be should not keep hie heart
. - if' 11 .l 1.;.. Iia In, tlu.ir
lOT niuirjuu sua ,no .il'" "y-
service. Uenerous oi impuue,
trtaBures of his nature Htiouiu
gush foitli lor every
impatient Moses who might
selfishly etiue tne worn m um aucv
tions for self alono. Honored and
respected by all he should most be
loved by those wco mow mm ucbu
Never having betrayed a friend, never
having heartlessly pushed back into
the ttrearn the CaaiitiB who bad
brought him fo the ehoie In response
r,i,Do,M nf "Hi lo me Ciusiue. or I
sink';" never having been rtcie,int to
trust, faithless to a principle, nareu
the week, perais:ei.i in wrong or
wavarinu in rigut. the circle ol his lile
would be well round-d in evory seg-
tnont and worthy to spread tue
spi'it of our order. JNecd 1 say
tnat there is stien n oim in our uiumi i
Is there one hero; id there one in
MerauhiB. who would not s.ty thn', 1
had drawn, however faintly hc.1 un-n-nrthilv
tha nielnrn (if hoiient. bluff.
big-bearted Miclnel Migjveney?
For the rest ot tne guetu iney ere.
too numerous to mention. I see here
many with whom I am pleasantly a
ciuainted, some wmra I can can
triends with all that the name implies.
I see here some who are very near to
me, friends to whose example, encour
agement and association I owe a large
part ol what is gooa ami p.eaiaiii,
in mo lift, T pnnnot name them. If
I spoke cf them as I think and feel,
those who do noi know them so well
aa I would bhv that I exazgrate. But,
lriends and an, let us now gainer iur
thin nnn hannv nmht atound our
leader, and with song and speech nur
ture, thn snirit and the orincipies of
annA fulli-iarnhlrv. And closing. I tav
to guests an.i nos's, in me worua oi
the jolly old Eaglisb bishop:
"Now let them drink till they nod and wink,
r.ven as goon lenown mi juiu uu j
They shall not miss to have tbe bliss
Good wine dotn oring men ui.
And all poor souls who have scoured bowl!,
Or lustily have thein trowled,
God savo the lives ot them and their wives,
Whether they be young or old
Mr. J. M. Keating, who responded
to this toast, was introduced by Col.
Mageveney as an Irishman who bad
done more than aay oiier in his life
time for his countrymen and lr the
land of btB adoption enough to
entitle hi in to their grateful
regard. Mr. Keating epoke
with an mnoh pn t h UMAFit in raniilitv
that nothing more than a ftint outline
ot what he eaid can be given. He
j Btiu luu lltll nun e i aft uur, aa L.ic
Irish had really adopted this country
add the tcast was an apt one, as the
If any one douhted it they had oai
.. VI
to look to the chief cities everywhere
and to the Legieia'.ure to lied
I rinhmpn ftHHArtino- that a.lontion. anil
at the same time answering the ques
tion as to tue aouny ui insuuien io
govern their own coantry. This
adoption bad begun long before
the birth of the constitution
of the United States. When
the colonies were struggling
in the throes and ajonies of a new
birth, two streams ot Imb emigrants,
one from the Carolines and the other
from Pennsylvania, poured down
through tbe valley of Virginia and
followed tbe valley cf the French
Bread int3 Tennessee; and in
tho mountains near tbe Wau
tauga had founded and estab
lished tbe State cf Tennessee. These
were for the mot part Presbyterians,
from tbe Black North, in which our
wpectad chairmen, Col. Magevniey,
ad hie birih. They liid f:i. op-
i i t.i- k;i, i imv ti4i i-.,-,i ri
ll au Hie uii... - J 1, y
preeaions which thev could not m jet
wiin arms, auu - wium ...c iu.i.v ui
travel to the west they lowed the
seeds of that embi'tered an 1 embit
tering public sentiment that was the
essential life of tbe revolution. One has
only to recall Andrew Jackson's .aHy
life to realize how bitter that w as. In
the States f junded by these men, and
which they helped to foum', there
may be found an answer to-diiy com
nlete and vindicatory of the
power cf Irishmen lo govern
themselves. But not alone in these
thiir Western wilds were Irishmen
conspicuous. New England bad her
Sullivan, New York her Mont joinery,
and Washington himself b.n borne
willing tribute to the patriot
ism and gallantry cf the Irish
men wh were soldiers of tbe
Revolutiocary War, No Irishman can
bok back to that period in which
originated tbe reign of tbe common
people without a feeling of pride, not
only for what his conntrvmen
h,l ilnna fi.r tiA inilpiipn Ipdca
of America, but that here was erected
a barrier to stay tbe band ot oppres
sion, and give tbe people time to av
eert through edi-gnvernmeiit the dig
nity of personal l.berty and popu
lar government. Not Irishmen
alone, but English-speaking men
ail over the world beyond
the liinita of tbe United States
were proud ff tbe government estab
lished by Washington, Jell -rson,
Adams, Livingstone and Marshall.
We are the beire and the benetkiariea
of every elldit on the part ol tbe
Anglo-Saxon race fir liberty that ante
dates the Revolution cf 1770, and
the most thoughtful Englishmen ate
moved bv the example this govern
ment all'jrdc, to atutain Mr Glad
stone, fie most illustronsof English
speaking men, in his effort to abolish
cst.tr) and custom and privilege in
England and make way lor the ertili
lishment of a federal republic
in which English, Scotch, Welsh and
Irishmen shall find their best oppor
tunity for individual government.
"Oh'." exclaim d a recent English
writer if internn'ionnl fame, "ubl"
lin exclaimed, that we could
eniov a federal linn of govern
ment, with a written coiuututioi
like that cf the United Slates with
out undergoing the pi rile of a revolu
tion, and thus it. is tl at fenghatiuien
of to-day jii9tilv the reblliou of
Waihington in 1770 and do jutticeto
themselves by ciuceding theht.-ungth,
the conservatism and the a'riotiun
of the American people. They cannot
fail to ontrat tbe s nndard of rlizen
ship both in this conntty end theirs,
tho standn-d that makes the greatest
intellectual force of the century, Mr.
(ilhdtt me, secondary in Ihe social scale
t ) the Prince of Wales. And hero it be
comes me lo say ss an Iriahm in that I
honor the grand old man. I cannot
find woidj t') express my ettinm'e of
what be is, not only to his own coun
try, but to all the world besides. In
this country only Webster, the
defender ot fho constitution can bo
cmparedwlth him. And what we
think of the immortal "Dan" del ling
his bat t) any one nna or owning
the supremacy or swny of any
i o-ver or potent ite lees than
the people of the United States.
And this brings me t the young
Htutestnan, who has grown up within
a few yvn-s, and biU to-lny the oye of
the civilized world, a man whose
teupcitv aud Btaving power has
challenged the admiration of eve"
hie tiust intimate frienlc N d
leavlrelerto Cbarlts S:ewart Par-
xi e 11 ? But thiH you will not wonder at
when I recall the. (ct that be Is tho
irrandson cf old "Ironsides," Commo
dore Stewart, one of the founders of
the United States navy. Fired by
the exampli of the native land
of his mother, bow much less
could Panic 11 be than a lover of lib
urtv nml the, advocate of till) fret ilom
of his native land? What could he
do, once embarked in statesmanship,
but tae np tbe cause es
poused by Emmet, by G'Oonntll,
O'Brien n-id Butt, and urge not
with inipaipioned fervor or forensic
ebqueate, but the persistence of a
man who believed in himself as it
guided by a divine misiion, ti accom
plish and m ike reality olthe dream of
all Irishmen, the legislative inde
pendence of Ireland, And tbua it is
that the land of our adoption has af
fected Ireland and Irishmen. Rich in
tbe blessings cf that liberty which ti e
Saxons preserved through all changes
and chances of life. From the witt
angrriole to the town meeting of M si
chusetts and the public gatherings of
thoS'jtith, all through tho centuries
froai the days ot Alfred the
Great until these days ;f liltd
BlOJie, that, liberty though
obscured baa never been wholly lost.
It has been with us like the uupooii
spirits cf our I jrtf ithers, an inspira
tion to urge tin f irwurd to
the pres'tva'ion of these Stut
and this federal governm-ut oh the
very bulwark of liberty and a guide lo
all ihe nations of Ihe earth. Every
Irishman a citizen o( tbe United
H.ales has reason to be proud ot the
privilege thus conferred tiptn
iiim lo share in liberty thus
so proudly conserved. It is
just such liberty as that
that the men ot Ireland to-day de
mand, and it is lust sucn iitietty as
that that tbe F.nglisbmen who are
tabled Radicals intend shall be con
ferred npon Ireland. They believe
in the right of self-government,
and though robbed of it for
awhile bavo at last, by the
superb statesmanship of Mr.
Gladstone reacbeJ out and seized it
for the common people of the British
realms. It is to these English Radi
cals that Irishmen look as to brothers
in s common cause; and it
is with them, under the guid
ance of Mr. Gladstone, that I hey
will overturn caste, privilege, state
custom and the Establinhed Church,
and, perhaps, sooner than we can
hope for, accomplish tor the philoso
pher ot Cambridge University the
federal government and written con
stitution which ha prayed might
ciuie to Englishmen with
out revolution. And thus it s
that our adopted country, grtat
in tbe s'rength of Belf-preeervstion,
great in' th invincibility that springs
froai numbers, like a beacon before
the nations, lights up and il-
Ininin.tiifl tho niilhaflv rif tha
n.ou profound thinkers cf Fingland,
i . i . i ,i. . ii i..
and bbowa them tbe way to the sol u
t in of their problem of a govern
in.'nt of snd for and by tha
people. Mr. Keating continued
a' some length to eulogx Mr.
Glads tone, and thanking tbe gentle
men i jr their indulgence and the par
tiality cf the committee tbut assigned
him ho agreeable a task, bee flared the
toint, "Parnell and Home Rule,"
which was drunk standing, and with
a three times threa.
was responded ti by Mr. Denny
Smith, who said the theme wai as oil
ss patriotism itself. Smaller than tbe
S'te ot Tennessee, it abounded in all
that w.n most treasured patriotism,
valor, intellect and sentiment, lertile
snd blooming. It Is wonderful that
they have ny existence whatever.
With t elf-Measutin. Card nt by mail on application Von en , nw jet of Shirt!
..i. k.. ..n.ii, ,i. mi ol.l one to measure br. ti Ilia 10H OUn PHIL to.
. as aa, 1
v i'iwpnri.1
Memphis Steam Laundry,
We have the Latest Imrrmrd Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
(OI.MItV, CTFFN ami Nil I HTM I,auulrltd F.qtiAl to New.
England, to 'ins. fly" bcrs.lt, has I
wrmiL'Hil nn i s'a vteti'd the pcoile
le..,.,! lnr V-ll) vara. "00 VeS'b I
that time being spent iuaitul war
fire, a proof f r eo long, at least, they
u.-oiH u ni ted. else thev c.-tild in t have
r Agisted the a'. ticks of tbo 1 arb.uians
fur to long a time. In no plaee dor s
patriolisin tiike a firmer hoi 1 t'mti iti
the. gem of the sea. Enough bi s b en
said by CI-Keating to convince you
of tbe falaitv i f I le i barge tl a' ln-l md
is not capable ol cjiitro.licg l r
country. There is no religions preju
dice in the people cf Ireland. I' i
common for a Frnlcelii. t county to
send a Catholic member mi a Cu'ledic
county a Piotestant inember. The
histoiic city ot Limerick sent a Jew.
Njver bave the peopled I rel.it, d been
at war with each other txeent
.,o, ;,ii-i',.l tn it liv the Euglieh.
Tune and time again Iie'and baa In en
t'ie refuge ot fugilivea rxiu.d t.o n
other countries tor their love of liber
ty. Much i s we lov our ipligiun. we
ure net big !s, end aU w to ntlh.Ti Ihe
same libeily we would ourselves ei
j .,y, Emuiih has been in;d, I think,
so move Inland's ability to g iv. rn
herself. Wnile K great de.tl more
cm bo mid ci Ito'.iu.d than refining
the tlaudcrs sgnmi-t her, lint, 1.1 con
rlufiop. It us hope that Ire tuul, fiist
tl iwer i! t'ie ocean, tirat gem ol the
eta, may b.i .ree at lait.
was tho subject of n ileligbttul lit'do
speech by Mr. K. M. Durham, who
i.i.invi.v ivu GkNTt.KMKN
The theme to winch 1 bave the honor
,, rm.,,,.1,1 is one well calcuiiiieii m
.1 tf..,l. II... ,-i,-h,,ut iltlll.rCI-V (if tilt
IlltlV, I.M.1. in.' ,.,..-. V ,
the niiiiided beiuls of the trained
....I tin. iiiiiiiLsHiotii'd utter
...mill , ,ii.'. i - .
u ,.( ih. i i.iitrint. nn. I I enn only
niircit I hilt the lilt v has not fallen to
i...i.iv ...i.li.ui'il than I am with
the qualities tieccsHiiry to do the stib-
:.,i.;., iiml I enn on v iiromme
tli.iref.iii. that niv feeble' utterances
1 ,ii.o,l.u II llll'IINIU'C (if til)
pride iiml eiithiisiasni we Scotchmen
I.... i ;., hi.iinir inn- dcailv l.elowd
ii.i.ii,. 1. 1,, .,,1. ..I uitli the dear little
i ,-. ,.L mi tliiH nccasion bv the
! .I.. ..( 1 riulniii ll.
,...l vi. I I'l iitleiiieti. there can be
I. ...I. I ll.nl III.' Illl'llllillU III tl
III ,111.111. tlii.i .... r,
,i.;.ii., ,,.l ylioiiir.ii k is verv natural.
iiii , i
i..r IV.,,,, ti... toirlii Hl limcH there has
heen a bli nding of the two peoples, a
.; i ......t ut nf t heir histories
ii.ii. iii.iiii ,,,..'.- . ,,i i
...,.i ,i iiiriicilv of in ii id dee.ls atwl
sympathetic feelings. m Irish
doubtless wonder why liny snne man
Hhould leave Ireland to go toScotlatld,
but I think tbe reason is very plain,
they were simply doing what the
Irish have been trjingtoiloever since
outllank the English, and I think they
, i t to some iiiirixiHC. urn, iii-ii.
...hi. I..... i.i.ii.Liiiiivii L'cncroHit v. hav
ing provided us with a distinguished
mcestry, we Scotch felt bound to re
ciprocate, and so we gave you your
nitron saint. I know this has been
denied bv some foolish people, but I
treat the" denial with the contempt it
deserves, because 1 defy you to prove
that be came from anywhere else, so
of course he came from Scotland.
Later on we Scotch bad to give Ire
land a King in the person of Edward
Bruce, which, however, miscarried,
owing t" circumstances over which
neither the Irish nor the Scotch had
any control. Seriously, however, from
the end of the thirteenth century the
thistle and the shamrock were
moulded into a cotitin I active
sympathy bvfbe unjust and tyrimni
ill altetiiptsnf the English to conquer
and suppress both nationalities, a
struggle which hisled ill the case of
Scot land for three long centuries, nnd
which was only en. led hy n Scotch
Stewart, becoming heir to the English
crown. In the case of Ireland
the struggle has continued to the pres
ent time, bill now every true patriot
iias reason to hope that the long si nig
gle will be ended, to tbe benefit, of all
in, ,,iiin ii in i.t'iii. ml and of Ireland
and Britain in particular, by the labors
and genius of that great tribune of the
people, (il.idstone, who, I doubt not,
will lind a modus viveudi honorable
and profitable alike lo Ireland and
Britain. Gentlemen, the
Irish of Memphis bave always been
welcome guests at our St. Andrew's
biimtncts in fact, these banquets
would have been one-horse ulhiirs
without the Irish, and I, in the name
of that society, thank you sincerely
for the compliment you have paid us
to-night, bv which you have shown
that you " heartily reciprocate the
kindlv feeling and sympathy we
Scotch have always entertained for
you; and I echo the sentiment of
every Scotchman when 1 suy, long
may'the thistle and the shamrock
flourish and blend, whi ther in the
bugs of Ireland, among the r:igs of
Scotland, or in this, the hind of our
tespondtd to by
i orge B.
Pntcrs. who d
cIhhjI it to be,
hi' )t. yet Blill an
be nl as well as in tl
A' .i. A-sti-1'orn lit 7-n.
though the
oflice in tho
the i'i ft ofanv
"Yet it in the
i-,o ntt -e " Mr. r. teri com iiutu
-which an Ir'shtnan. in Ireland born,
i-Annrtfill. So it is written in tho
ronttitirinn. When the old couvn
tinn met 1(10 vears ago patriotic rea
sons were ass gned fcr its Bition, but
politics bad sb much to do with it as
orith nnn nnnvpntinn nf modem tilCCS
Genrg-j Washington snd a grout many
o'her candidates for the Preeid-nt y
were the'e. so thev put in a c'.auee
providing that lo be eligible to tbe
oflice ot President a man must be
Amurh.on hum. Thev wanted to clear
the track as much as possible and put
In ttiat clause iot xiu.i purpusm.
Filial ai it may have been by
men of greater or less ability, it
is the proud boast of the American
nnnl a t i m t. Ill chief executive has
.i;a,o,l that important sla'ion
It i8 understood, 1 snppo e, that 1 m
it M a -sa aft d lT sTV sO fT!
:o say Bomethini of the citlssn who is
now the Piesulent ol the United
SNt". Of tbe twentv two who lttve
served tne people in lhal capacity,
e una may have been eupe-
riir to Cleveland, but be was
superior to many. It not as great as
Washington, be was as gnat aa An
drew Jackson, though be ditlers from
him in doing wnat lie pieiKe.i iiimseu
to do. He did not declare public office
a Ipublic ttutt, only to lay when
elected, "lo tue victor ueiorg me
rpoilH." As a public trust he. 1ms
Hdminietered tbe rfVice, great in
bis simplicity, sublime in the
courage cf his convictions, and
indexible in his purpose, lo serve
hie party. In his aduiin's'ration is
the purity of the nubile service eiem-
p itied. I lieueve 1 ecno me eeiuinieni
if ihe whole American people, who
live iu thn confidence cf his integrity
and in the belief that the escutcheon
of G rover Cievelaud will forever re
main untarnt. tied.
"tub lapibs
"Railroad men and gntlerum,"said
It.,' nd,nu Itnohn In annnnr tn
ii.-. onii,. , .,..., ... -',-'-
this ti ust, "llie most delicate, tee most
delicious morsel. Is ladies onMoast.
But you can depend upon it that while
we are toasting them here they are
roiu tiug us a', home. As this is the
Ort time Btich s toast has ver
been proposed at a festive gather
ing of inaleB, the novelty ff the
sentiment must be my excuse tor nut
speaking mora than two hours. The
on'v reason for their absence t)-night
it:, I know.tha man's eloquence would
shrink from praising ber in ber
presence as el.e deserves. P to that
iu vour but end take it home with
you". She always has been aud will
bo tha brightest star in tho brightest
constellation. In all that goes to make
the happiness of life she is pre-eminent
to man. Man may bo the
exponent of a great principle,
the heio of a daring exploit
Irttn'ed until be feels as if the sky was
a t"ii-foot ceiling, but with nil his
vnuliing einbltion be can never be a
mother. 1 have often wished that
Bore men nd their wives might
change p'licns, at least tor a day; that
he could retrain at home and attend
to household duties while she went
u i town, polished a lamp po.t and
smoked cigars, lnu gine the effulgence
ot hie sunlit when she returned
home at l ight, returned to a
scene which bore the traces of an
effort to "make itbntfor the old man."
U'lipn man. It. his nrrniniirn become
tceptical, let him think of hli mother,
ber patience, ber hope aud her forti
tude and be will believe that such
could only come from heaven. I
thank you, goutlemen, for your kind
Col. Mageveney, in winding up the
regular programme, said he was more
than ever sattrfied from what he had
beard that Parnell, like Bt. Patrick,
was thriving to drive snakes out of
Ireland -St. Patrick's crawling on
their helly, Puruell's walking on
two feet. Forty years sgo, he
said, the Irishmen ol Memphis
turned out In procession 10(1 strong.
Not one was left but him. He was
growing old, having pawed bin three
kcjre and ton, but ho hopad before he
di.d to Bee the young generation
which had sprung np since that time
lorni themselves failo a club, not to
itiscitss what FOi.gr.tiid should do for
Ireland, hot what they, standing
shoulder to shoulder, would accjui
plich. ""i
A sorg concluded' itie announced
programme, but snysNi of tbe guests
wt-ta called utiou for speeches, and re
h milled briefly and eloquently. Tbe
uf1 lie van nfin nf flip hetlt IliniiaCSd
and the most sn'.ir factory in every wuy
il,,.t l.on h.tiiit oivnn in Mpmtlhia thia
aion.itid the pieasureof thecompany,
fj, ii.it, 1 niiHi.l. tuned and amiiped. WS9
still further enhanced aud raiido com
pute by a numher ol vocal gems, .nr.
liecker playing accompaniment upon
the piano. Among them woie "The
Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Hal s,"
Mr. Stephen Wright; "iietiove me it
E'er Thote Endearing Charms,"1,
"Meeting ol the Waters," "KilUruey"
and "Come Back to Erin," by Mr.
Dick llutlon; "Columbia Gem olthe
Ocean," by Mr. Ryan; "Kathleen j
Mavoumeen," by Mr. Riopelle, snd
"Star Spangled Banner," by Messrs.
Kyan, K'.opolle and notion.
nUal'hasuberUlu Doe Nat Appear
i m nnn.i
New Yopk, Match 14. The society
matter of most earnest consideration
is Mi's Cbamber'ain, and not because
sh.- it in s gbt, but on acc:iuntof ber
invisibility. Tbq qucttion dttcussed,
but cot definitely dee ded, is hct'ier
she coull bav- appenn d in ttie
faehiotittble ss-cmflazcs during
ber RtaV hero H sue lai
wialel tn. The only enter
tainment which she graced wits the
opera once, m a box, asiiguesioi .urs.
iigden Goclet, anew and ambitious
leader ol lastip.n, ami a biuiiu n
given by Mrs. I'arnii Stevens, whoso
daughter married a title in England,
ami in whoso Hotel Victoria the
beaut v staved during her
week" in New York. That Miss
Chamberlain bad no desire to be
lt le lur fiiJiulaiii? with the lnm
ol Wab-s w.'S proved by the fact that,
iuber Intel parlor, bis photrgrpph
was set on tbe mantel along w.tti a
varieiy ot ber own.
Thk Nashville Pannn savs that a
body ot old workiugmeu iu that
couutv (Davidson) have declared in
dependence of party. . "They will not
be hound by the nominations of any
p!rty convention, but will des.gca 0
Bu. li 'candid iles aa thev can most , con
"cie, tiously support. lathe etenttht
full ticket cannot be selected from
the candidal, s wboara before the pec
pie after the convention they will
supplement tbeir ticket with other
nan'es of their own special nomination."

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