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LaIE SHORE SWITCIttES
Walk Oat Because of the Employ
neat of Objectionable Men
Geaeral Labor Notes.
Chicago, iLL.'Jnne 23 Several
consultation, between the switchmen
and the officials of the Lake Shore
railroad have taken place thli fore
noon, the result of which bai not yet
been announced. It ia stated that
the switchmen belonging to the local
onion are agaia prtbsiug for the die
charge of the eixht non-union men on
whose account the strike of sixty
'days aro occurred. It was declared
then by the switchmen that the com
pany lid agreed to diecharge tie
eight non-union men within sixty
days, but this statement the ofiuia's
denied at the lime, and said the men
bad returned to work without any
conditions whatever. The repr: tenta
tive of the switchn o::, 01 wUose rep
reservations the strike was contludf d,
ban sine disappeared, and sojieof
the switchmen c'aim that he misrep
resented the facts to them. Sunday
last the switchmen decided to strike
units! the company discharged the
men, out yesteiday decided other
wise. It is stated today that the men
have once sgain taken the sT,uid that
they will ttnke uuleri the non-union
men are discharged, and it is inti
mated that the strike will begin at 4
o'clock this afternoon unlesi the com
pjnv concede to the demands of the
union. The eight objectionable men
have been in tbe employ of the com
pany ranging from ten tj fourteen
2:47 P.M. The Like Shore switch
men employed at the Union stock
yaids quit work at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon, owing to the refusal of the
railroad company to discharge the
eieht non-union men. Committees
are now going to the other yards of
the railroad in the city to Induce all
the union men to stop work. The
Lake Shore is refusing to accept any
more live stock over its road. It is
now believed that another general
strike is to take place on the road,
and that a blockade such as the one
which occurred last April will take
Later. Sixtv-six of the switchmen
employed by "the Lake Shore road in
the Forty-thiid street yard went on a
strike this afternoon by order of the
onion. Business is practically at a
standstill. The matters Btj" he.
tween the road and its switchmen
have apparently been settled half a
dozen times wiihin the past few days,
but are in bad chape again. Juet bow
bad it is is difficult to find out. At
the stcckyards the dreieid Leef ship
pers were all notified that trouble was
pending, and that they had beet send
their goids east by some other line A
heavy down town shipper who
wanted to make arrangement j to send
" some goods east tomorrow, was
advised to try some other
route, as the campany wss ex
neRtina its men to go out.
TLe eal question at issue now is
the terms of eettlement made two
months go on the occasion of that
strike. Toe settlement was made by
the intervention of Sheriff Hanchett
and Commissioner McCarthy. The
company now holds that its managers
d'd not make the promise which the
men have supposed, but consented
only that the utr.keis should return to
WOrK. ACOUl U1C UIUB lUt) BIAIJ-CJA
mm nuit work the committee which
had been in se3tion down town duiing
i ha armmt Dart ol toe lorenooo de
cided to order the men to go on with
thtir work. Mesesges were drafted
and sent to all the stations. At Foi ty
third street, for some reason or other,
the switching crews either d d not re
ceive their messages or uiu not unuer
rand them, and all but two
ol the crews quit wtrk. At
the other poin's the men kept
on at work. The switching engine 3 at
the etoca yard ran around ana gave
notice to the different crews and they
nil heuan to leave work. At tne cen
,-ai nrtii'A the committeemen and the
ruioials could not understand this. It
was assumed, however, that their men
had not got their im swages to go on
with thur work, or else did not un-
Hrntmd them. Division Superin
tendent Amvdun said that the men at
Foitv-third street bad ceitaiuly gone
onabtrike. He could not explain it
he said. Lr it was altogether contraiy
to the ayreeinent made by the com
ti Rwitrlinien at Enelewood and
all along ihe line in the city ioined
thfi Rtiiktra. No trains were allowed
to move. About 3 o'clock an effut
was made to move a train at Forty
third street. Suddenly a mob ap
peared upon the srene, the membeis
nf which tried, bv throwing a switch,
to ditch the engine and tram, and did
succeed in getting tne caDoose on me
track. Sennrate seciioLS of the mob
Bttai-ked the train men. throwing
coupling pins at them and kick'ng
nd noumlinii them. The conductor,
Cuarles Pease, of Elkhart, was badly
iniured. beinir knocked down and
kicked by halt a dozjn of the assail
nt. John Bertter. the switchman
wss also hurt, but bow eeriously
cou'd not be learned. Ihe engineer
onrl fireman esoiced entirely. A
arrests were made. The night
switchmen unanimously feiled to put
in an appearance for duty.
Isitraoll on Ihe Kala-bta of Labor.
Toledo, 0., June 22. Robert G. ln
.geiBoll, heing interviewed on the la
bor question, last night, said: "The
onlv beneBt of the Knights of Labor
to the workiegmen arises from the dis
cussions that take place. But In this
rr.nntrv Mich r rtranizations can don
urpHt ucod. The labrrinii men rhould
retirees pII their erievances by the
hallot. The roorett man can vote
just as often as tie rich one, and his
vote counts iut as much. As long as
the latiorinii man follows the drum and
fife of a rotit cal pait?, just so long
he will have plenty o( emvancr
Let latior organiz1, not to boycott, not
natrikp. hut to vot. Toe ballot U
the weapon to be used. By
legislation ail mires can be made
safe; hours of labor can be protected
from the deformities of toil ; the truck
system can be abolished; liens can be
given on furnaces, m'nee, railroids,
eti , for the w ees of workmn. The
workingman will find that without re
venge and wi'hout riot the world can
be made better and the capitalist will
find that starvation price" for h:s
laborers will finally staive him. He
will find that property gets its value
from the colonization of 'he people,
froir general profpeiity: that ho ran
not injure tjers without icj iring
himeell I believe that in a few years
pub'ic opinion will become so enlight
ened and humane that only those who
give gocd wages for reasonable hours
wi'l be considered honest men.' My
sy in pa' hies ara with the worker?. The
millionaires csn take cre of them
selves." labor OraaniaKllou ouaollilnrlne.
PiTTsnrBa.l'A , June 2:5. The move
ment reported several months age,
ui. a vipw to consolidate tne iron
Moulder' Un'on with the Knights of
Labor, ia lapiily taking shape. The
Executive Boru ot tne ivnigna oi
Labor has issued a circular to the
moulders, and a series of resolution!
inatruc'ing debates io mo utii
niouliers' cnventi an te vote for the
consolidation is now in the bancs ol
every lodge of moulders in tne country
and will oe ac'ei upon oon. Tne
Mould rs' Union is cla-med to rave a
membership ol 10.0C3 men. The cir
cular citu substantially identical
reasons for pining the Kn'ghti as
were lately submittal to the conven
tion of the Typographical Union and
the Amalgamated Associat'on.
Pltlabnia Plaalorcn Strike.
PiTrsnrBO, Pa , June 23. The plas
terers of the two citiee, some U in
number, have tioue out on ano'usr
etrike. This will cloie building oper
ations for some time nnlen the trouble
is settled. All the holism that were
begun in the spnng are completed
with the exception of the pl.stenng
The plasterers struck on May 1st,
when their demands of eight hour
per dav and $16 per week were grant
ed. The employer! signed the scale,
agreeing to pay this rata for one year.
Tnis agret merit was violated yester
day, it is said, by a refusal to continue
the scale, and a strike was the result.
The Contiators' Union have filed a
new scale, which stipulates that ter
bouro constitute a day's work at 30
cents an hour. At tMs rat?, it is
averrdd, the mea would earn moe
money, but they pcjmveiy reiuse to
work more than eight hours a day.
Tho Nallrra' steals,
PiTtsbcrg, Pa . June 23.-The joint
committee of manufacturers and nail
ers met this morning and organiz.-d.
The nailers presented the scale for
consideration, which is what is known
the Mingo scale. Ihe coherence
lasted until 1 o'c'ork, when an ad-
ournment was taken until o o clock.
ia believed tha. the scale will be
signed so as to make the amalgamated
sta'ecimpltte, but 't is doubtful if the
nail factories resume operations.
Mining Tronblea In Wat VlralnlB.
Charleston. W. Va . June 23. It is
expec ed that t-ouble will grow out ol
the resumpt on of work at the Camp
bell Creek Coal Company's mines, six
miles above this city, and to prevent it
Deputy Sheriff Thomas left for the
mines this morniDg in order to be
present and to stop any depredations
that may cccur from the threads of the
The Plumbers' Trouble at SI. Louis
St. Louis, Mo., June 23 The con
ference today between the striking
aud master plumbers resulted in the
adoption of a compromise, which ends
the strike which began May 1st. The
bones have agreed to pay, and toe
journeymen to accept, nine nours
pay lor euni noura wora, luaitmi oi
ten houra' pay for the shorter hours.
HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS.
OMMEXCEHSKT XERriES) AT
Where the Young Ladles Arqnlltrd
Tbemaelvea to he8ilfactloii
of I be Tearber.
ICOKRISFOXDKKCI OF TBS AFPIAL.l
Holly Spkingb, Miss., June 22.
There has been no dearth ol variety
in our "City of Flowers" during the
pant few weeks, first on tne scene
was the clo ing exercises of Franklin
College All the young ladiis ac
quitted themselves with an unusual
degree of credit, eepecially the music
and elocution pupils. Among uiose
of special interest were the recitations
of Miseea Llaaiv Oiark ud -Julia Dan
cy. The former, in a most pathetic
and touching manner, recited vFlyiog
Jim's Let Leap." Miss Lizsie, lrom
ber early babyhood, das oen noted
for her great musical talent; but sha
certainly gives briaht promise of some
thing great in the future in elocuti m
as well as music. Miss Julia tairly
brought down the house witn her
"Reverv in Church." and now, since
nh has furniahed the kev to the do
ings of oor bachelors, lan nibier,
Oscar Johnson and Ed Matthews, we
will not be suroneed at anything we
mav hear in the near future cOLCern
no theon name old bachelors. The
singing of Misses Fannie McKie, Jen
nie Levy and Mary u u nowaru was
simnlv snlendid. as was also the
duel ot MiesfS Alary raaiiDews ana
Helen Band. We underi-tand that
Miss Mary bore off the gold medal in
tne music tiass, wnicn was weii tie
eerved, for we have never seen g enter
talent in one ol sucn tender ytars as
The lexercises ot .Maury ins iiute
ram off on the 19th inaUut with
marked degree of success, especially
the Dans rendered bv Mistesieari
Strickland, Lillian Walter and Rivers
we nave aiao naa several marrmgeo
in our midet. Mr. Willie Ltnolson
and Miss Edith Kemper were mar
ried on the 15th instant at the Epieco
palian Cnurch. Immediately after tbe
rprpmnriv the briilal cartv. with a
Belect number of friends, repaired to
the h.spitable borne of the groom's
father and enioved i most eleaant re
ception. At the Methodist Church
uarlv on the mnrnine of the 17th
inatftnt. Dr. Sam Gholson led to the
altar our cha ming and popular Mies
ITa Hanip. Tnn hannv COUDle. in
company with several friends, left
immediately on the noith bound train
for an extendi d tour to all the noted
At an earlv hour this morning quite
a crowd agam gathered at the Meiho
ditt Church, tlm time to witness the
marriage of Miss Lulu Put's and Mr.
Swindle. Mits Lulu is one of our
mo-t popular girls, greatly beloved by
a host of f.iends, and we are loth to
have her Swindle-d away from us; but
tiuce it is such a So. 1 6windle guess
we will have to submit. Tbe bride
and grojm left soon after the cere
mony fur their future home Oxford.
To each cf our young married frienr's
we aid the earnest heartfelt wish that
in the coming years the bright rays of
peace, joy and happiness will always
otitnuuibi r the dark clouds of card and
Mrs. Add Craft and Mrs John How
ard are both impioving ahtr a severe
On account of her mother s illness
Mies Lizzie Craft made only a short
visit t Alabama. The Misses Reece,
of Atlanta, Ga , are visiting Dr. bhu
ford. . ,
Mies Lida Pryor is home from
echcol, and as usual brings many
honors with her.
We have been favored with but two
bright days for weeks The craps are
overstocned with gra8, and the cry of
the heartsick fnrmer is iow, "Oh!
rain, tain, why do you come saofttn
But wbat has become of our
"Keith," she is so silent now ? Well,
a iittle bird whisiiBied in mine ear
that she. too.
wasihivitg deep in tue
sweet mvsteries of white satin, orange
' H fruni-o
blosr-onis and lace. Lifcteo, for soon
nimin wil be heard the meirv weu
out of b hoo', si
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL---THUK8DAY,
FIFTY PEOPLE DROWSED.
CArSlZIH OF A FERRYBOAT IS
ExuaLIoa of the Orleans Princes
From France - Developments of
Railways la Cblna.
VlixNA, June 23 A diepatih from
Prague, Bjheuiia, states tLat a ferry
boat cap ivd while crossing the Siza
wa river, tlnowing fifty persons into
thewa'jr. The exact number ol those
drowned Lave not yet been ascer
tained, but twent five bodies have
RAILWAYS IX CH1SA.
Heport r the Krnrraeatatltea of
Berlin, June 23. The VottiJie Zrit
ung mvs that the delegates sent to
China "to work up railway develop
ment in the inter 3ts of German capi
Is! - and niauulaeturers have report
ed in effect that there is no chance for
ra;lwav ennetrudion in China on a
stale which c u d be made profitable
for European enterprise unfii the Em
peror altiit i his majority, which will
l.ot be uutil the c os-i of 1SS7. The
paper says that the above report of t!:e
drlegat i hp! been read to a meeting
of the German cupi'i'iets and manu
facturers interes'ed in the investiga
tion of the drhgitc-j, who further
stats that the Vicerov prsured them
that Chins would tiuld railways when
ebewaiableto manufacture the ma
terials needed in their conetruction
within her own domin ots
THE FISHERIES DISITTE.
nda Liable 10 He Involved In
rloaa I oiupllcallona.
Montreal, June 2:1 The Hm. Mr.
Chapleiu, Kecrj'ary ol Siate, referring
yesterday to the fisheries question,
said it misht involve Canada in ami
cus complications, but h r had faith in
President Cleveland and in Congress,
and he had no doubt th question
would shortly be brought to a practi
cal and equitaole solution.
Tbe Uouabtj t'nae.
Halifax, June 2:j-Capt. Doughty,
of the Portland fishing schooner, Ella
M. Doughty, which was seized at
EngUahtown, C. B., 1.-st month, arrived
in Halifax yister.iay from the United
States. He is on his way back to Cape
Breton to again lane charge of his ves
sel, bondB having been given by her
owners. He will make a deposition
of the facts of the Doughty ia e to
THE PRIXCES MUST 00.
Decree Isnelllna the orleaniaia
i rmu i rnnce.
Paris. June 23. The government,
at 3 o'clock tnis afierron, will issue a
deciee expell ng the trench princes
fr.im the country. Tbe princes will
leave France tonight. A number of
the Rovalist Senat rs and Deputits
have g i'ne to the Chateau d'Eau to
condole Willi me count i i raria.
Mo t cf the Royalist Senators ana
Deputies intend to witn as the depa-t-
ur-i 01 t' eu urn oi rim ir iiurmiit-.
ThelCount s nianili sio will he ihhicu
Friday. Prince pole 'n (Hon-Plon)
is going to ueLeva, enu uis ouu,
Prin-e Victor, is gmog to Brnseeis.
Meither, it is thought, will publish a
mDiie.-t Prince Vic or'sndberenis,
it is laid, will make a demonstration
at tbe railway station when ho takes
Tie police luve Deen o:ureo to
arrest all persons who nuke noisy
l.nva ht dHinonstrtionB in Paris or
elsewhere on the occasipn cf the de
nature of theexpeUtd 1'ii'ces. Count
Foucher de Careil, Arnba-iador to the
Austrian Court, hn reeigned in pro-
tnt against the act on ol his govern-
mmi in exinilinir the rrencb princes-.
It is baliev'd that M. Waddiugton,
French Amba-sador to the Court of St.
Jamsp, will resign in consequence of
th exoulsion of the nrinc j. His
resignation is m mtntaiily expected
The royal pre", pronouncts the
carnage of theexpumion bill the lo-c-L
. t. .i ,:.,.ii r 4i,tt t,',.h.
rttuuer ui 1110 u muiuu ui A.cpuu
1 c 'Ihe mora moderate R publican pa-
pers generally cri icise tbe meeiure as
nniust The opportunist i :umaW urje
the KOeinuieut to discard the de
mards ol theimconcilables and Radi
cals and thi-y tleinand a firmer Repub'
lican po icy. The Count and Countesi
of Pris aDd their son. Prince L uis
Phillippe, af'er receiving the.r friends
tomorrow, will embark I jrFreeport in
the af truoon.
MlnUlrr Jncknn nt 111 Poet of
City of Mkxico, June 23. United
States MiniBitr Jackoa has returned
after a three ranntr s' leave of absence
with news fr..m various peris ol the
country. He announces the shcoting
nf a numbr of noted highway rob
beta nnder the n-w law auth'irizi' g
the immedia'e killing on arre-t o
hiehwav and ailwav robbers. Some
of te wrrsteha'-scUrs in the country
have bm cotten rid of wiihin the
lar ten ilavs.
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Bj T. Ht arUKrvs, 1. D.
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Ilradarhr. Mick Hedache, Vertigo..
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popularity of "Wiibi'r's Compound of t'od-
; Liver.. "i anu 1,1111c u iu.m.u .
i prineipled prrsnna to attempt to palm off a
i simnle article of their own manufacture;
I hut any person who is (ufloTing lrom Coughs.
I Colds or Consumption, should be carelul
j where they pur-haae this article. The re
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; ana toe iinn'Mamr
I nu III lie
plaints. Ihe Pbosphnte ol Lime posesc a
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with the pure Cud-Liver Oil by Dr. Wil bor
, "'i' H' '-' chemiu BoTto'n 'a'nrall
Oil! MY BACK
Ki7 itnla r toi fttttvUi Ut weU brk
itij atrua r ml
mmu mri; prauiin yvu
klMnathBI IhA illUHl'lMi
hK'ifllf the Nrrvra,
Knrirhra lap nioa, New Vlar.
PB J L. MTHHA.FMrtli.ld, lnwa. au: .
- brown' Irtin lliUvr ts th tt In mllclw I
hw knnwn In m ) Jr' nrmcticn. I be louixl It
lMK-iall; twrvrlcinl in nernuit(ir liri''l i haunt km.
and tn all Jt.llilalinjt ilnnint tliM lir k hilr
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Mb. W. F. Bltotm, 5.TT Main St , CVrtMton Kj ,
Mr' "I ni outnpll.lr broken d.wu In jl!h and
lr..uiill with pin in nvj luirt Hrowu'i Irua
Hilton anlmlr fwUmd ms to atalto."
Oennlna ha atxrm Trade Mark andrr.rd n& linat
anwraptwr Tnke o uebrr. Ma.lt, onljt.j
BU0W! I HEMlUALtO MAtTIMUUfa MU.
l i ty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
FOR FOrtTY KAKS I hava baen a vio
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ACROSS MV rOKKHKAD AND MV NOS
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that 1 heniiale to uiontion It, nxcupt lor the
uood it may do aouie other auflerer. 1 hara
'nt a young lortune iroin my enriiiuaa
lurina my forty yer of auffurint to obtain
relief lrom the dootora. I have tried iiatent
medioine every one I could learn of lrom
tha lour eornern or th eartn. wiiq no roiiei.
And AT LAST (.17 year of aire) hare met
with a remedy that ha cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 1Z rounds,
and now weigh 14o. I uted thirteen bottlei
of the medicine, and the only regret 1 hurt
that being tn the numoie waia oi itie i
may not have influence to prevuil on all oa
tarrh aurTerera to uf what hu cured me
finlnn's Pioneer Blood Uenewer.
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u. rii.v.i. th wrlta? of tha
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Alacon, ua., meru me cono'icnrw 'l,, u
tereated in catarrh. w.A. M' (f.
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Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Lai-t Term, 822.
A SCHOOL for the development of vigor
ous, thoughlui, noble womanhood.
This remit is reached by breadth and
thoroughness of instruction and the awaken
ing of patient, eitrneit endeavor. A now
ami commodious boarding department has
Just been coniploted.
i ne aepariineni oi ureen muaiua uu um
llnery it added for Itie first time. ,
In the absence of tho Principal, who la In
Europe fcr the summer, catalogues will lie
furnithed on application to Mr. K. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
at any of the city hook stores.
" STAUATOX, VA.
MISS MARY J. "BALDWIN, PIlIN.
Oiiens lit Soptember, im. Closes June, W7.
linsurpaased location, buildin. grounds,
appointments. Full corps tea' . unrt
yaled advatitagee In Music. Lai . hlt
cution. Art, Book-Keeping, Pi.,... .it Cul
ture. Board, etc., with full English Course,
r0 per entire session. Kor lull partiou
ars apply to principal fur catalogue.
IrfarNtinil C'onnty, 11mhKkII
HUMMER SCHOOL, eight weeks,
JL begins Mosulay
July o, isan,
T. . WIST0X, Prii iipal.
00V. SHANDS, Senatobia, Mir.
REV. N. M. LONU, Memphis, Tenn.
D C. SLAliHUTER, Me nphis, Tenn,
GEN. A. J. VAL'iiltN, Memphis, Tunn.
V. B. TUAYERi Memphis, Tenn.
Rolfo tirammnr School,
100 MarMliMll Avennis
r.-lAt.I. TERM OPKNS SKPT. 27l'H. Nun
1? her ol pupils limited. There are lew
vacancies, i nd those donirinf to enter pupils
should make early ai i lication, either to the
' Advisory tomiuittt'o, or to n. m. it"i.r n..
Princi.l. Luke V Finlay, lr. U. 1).
Saunders, Bon. E. t). Ilumuiond, A Ivicory
C1 II., MK II t li Al.atlfl SliMMI
' KNilM-,i.KIi al lbs Kvnaaolnir
Poly Ivrliulr sialtli Troy, S. .
The oldest enKinecrinir school in America.
Neit term hoiiins bei'teiui'or 1Mb.. The Kcu
isler for lH"i conUiins a lit of the cra'luRtes
for the past lil years, with their positions;
also, course of itudy. re'iuirementf , ex
lenses, etc. Address .
DAVID M. 01.KEXE, Dlrecf r.
i ii i i i i i I j
- u' i . I Haw
( H A A M 1
JUNE 21. 18S0.
awTAPITAl. rU'IE, S7tl.0O0.-i
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
1 H do rtv t
rWf certify a m tJU
W all IA MiMUkih ama Ofar
hrattinqt f th Louuutna $tH Lottery
(oMpaay. amti in pmon man'tg and fvntrvi
tk hrwinpt the . and lAil (Umm
arc tond ct4 0t kon, famm and n
pwdjauk firtni'-d all part4,and m awforw
th Cowtpantt to mm Utf ort.i fit, tk nc
kmiIm t our iptrM mttacKmi, tm iu mi
Wt. (hi anrterngae). Bmkt and Bmlurt,
leiU pay nil Pritet Hrnttn in fa Louirianm
SiaU Lotltria rckich man bt prttnltd at our
H.OULKfiBT.PrM. La. Hal'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, mm. H. O. Hal. Bk.
IneorporaUd la 1HWI for twenty-lye yean
by the Legislature for Kducallonal and
Cnaritahle purposes with a capital of II ,-
(mti.tmo to wh ieh a reserre fund of over lioO,-
000 hag iince been added.
By an overwneimini popular vc.e m
(Vnr.ii,a was made a part of the present State
Constitution, adopted December ii, A.D.
Fa rntlu Lnllm sver ol(f oa and indorsed
by (as people of any iSat.
If never spates or poerponm.
IlaUrasstl Nlnglekniuker ItrKWlwf
Inke ep monllily, stnu t.
SrauirslliiHrv Uranlua rranlrtrlT -
ery til re onlti Isialosul wf KpmiI.
Aaisnaiiy nn iiprr-ioiurr, uri iuuiu
A nri.lAiini wrrtiKii ani ii
Wll A t OKI I IV E. HKVKNTH GRAND
URAWINtJ, CLASS IsTllK ACADKMY
OF Ml SIC. NKW OKI.KANS, TUKSDAY,
July 1, 1M-1IU Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL FlIIZi:, 97S,000.
lOO.tKrOTlchpta al Kle Hollar Earh,
rrariiona,ia ruins, is
LIST OF PRIZES.
Capital priie I TB.OOO
1 Capital prise..
1 Capital prise
3 Priiei ofi'iooo .
6 Priiei of "0
10 Prises of lontl
Stl Prises ot turn
liK) Priiei of H
a) Prises of lis)
MSI Prises of Ml
10UU Pri.e, :of
V Approximation prises of I7VI
9 Appro situation priiei of MO
8 Approximation priiei of i'K)
lUrlT Priiei, amounting to .....r'i6,MI0
Application for rates to olubi should be
mads only to the offloe ot tne company al
Wew Orleans, ...
For further Information write clearly,
giving full addresg. rONTALNOTKM, Bx-
press .Money uraeri, or new iora nionsoai
In nnlinarr letter. Currency by Kx press (at
our expense), addressed
M. A. DAI PHIN,
new Urleana, 1 a.
Or M. A. ItAI'PHIN.
WeMbluaion. . v..
or at 6 Weal Conrl NI., Neraphla, Teas
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and addreaa liegriHlered Letterato
HEW OKLEAKH HATIUHAL. BASK,
Jew Orlaaiia. I .a
C Market Strit-t,
t Third ,nd Fount.. AJUIUIM Uiu,
. m inrlf lo"ill a4 lliollj aualinM patWiaa 0d Ua
...( .u-nilul, a. bit f.rail. will fn
jrw n, or nthtt ckutM. and pitsdurloi tomcoi' tivwf:i
kwidi -tlMlt Nrrtouaniua, Bemlual KmlMlon
il.n I'V lrtMti.it, UlniDDM of HUM. laK-ilra Mra . tht
.'11-1T flHIMtD ftrCt AT-inioOU.HoOIMTOf KtrBitfl
Mttfuakiu o iJf", lpf- ot BfiuAl Pt-wti kti rvndfiia)
uarrfkiri' tiuiiw or uormt-pf r liorutlili mil prtu
v utly ourcti ISYPHIL IS P"'J
r-t v-nArT trim th .)nri Qonorrh,
GLEET, "irictur Orubllli, rtil (c RujtUkt.)
' i ni l i'thT privit dl qui;kl eurM
It ! ftf-ivMat Uitt ihf taUn who ytttMlBUttMMt
. orttn IM of tt4Mi. and iTMtlti Unrtiaatidt ftbnt)
illy Afuulr Rn-ti thill lbvttiUn kuowlDitoli fart ofx,
vtiti.mr'iid ir.rmi u mj ir. H b4. U U Ifi'WBTttiUnt w
tll ihcltf fo-irtttmrat, aiedutDf4n HUl frtM
nd arlr bT mat I o' iri ujbr
fluret, Gu&rantf.d In 11 Cmm
- in.iuUaUimf (.traoBstl r tJm ft n4
'har fiMiihli aud jorrtrateob'lvxXM UiiUl twtiW-M
r Ki pBfta. ( to any artJ-, trcartlT mM, tor Oivr
M) 'lull HtiuuM ! T& bT a:L idrlraa at,JU
trlo buura tfvm A. M hP M. lltuylaa, 1 1 '
. t..arH..l. ..I aalf.ahUB. lb IMUU. Mtllf linfWB
DR. G. McLAfiE'S
PITT HI' KM, PA.
hd ctihk vniT OUT THR GENII INK.
Counterfoils are made In Ht. Louis, Mo
avtl.TU IN WKAI.'I ll.-D. K. 0.
- Wear'. NgRTI mo B(ai TagTggT
r..i...a Mental tlaiirasalon. Boltenlng of the
Brain, resulting in Insanity and len Ing to
misery, decay and death i Prematttre i'
Age. Barrenness, Los of Power in either
.-v Involuntary Losses ana bpermator
rhea, eua I by oTer-exertion of the brain
..if-.!.... m nu..rlndtilirence. Each box con
tains one mnnt' treatment. II a box, ol
; fnr lri. nun I, mail prepaid on
receipt of price. We gdarimti-e Six Boxel
to oure any case. With each order roeied
by ns for six boxes, accompanied wit"
. .in ..nd tha nnrnhaaar our writte
guamru-e to refund the money If the treat
ment doe -ot elfoet a our. Ouarantees
Issued onlyh A KKVK KVr T A 'n.. I'ry,
gists. Memphis. Tenn.
ST. LOU IS SEMINARY
Rrivnta Baleot School of Hlah Crndefor
B limited number of VOUNQLADIB8.
Lncnted at Woodland, In rlew of Ht. Iyiula, The
mln. i,iilutnimitn of Hie place rndr it an RI.-
f.ANT lliisig. (Iraanlred !l
r'nr jHun, all roouia
naV. 0U liw.u .-nii.. V. . . . . I
..r. tlmrouiili. Wu.lo: o.aland Inatruninntal.
or I iisl ruction ia
Lununn: Ancient and Utodnrn. Art: Falnlll
hluhliiiIHid for tl.elr re....dpartmenta.
to wcu r. room application niu.t ! iudarlr.
a t I... ILnt nf ln.lm.tlon: HeVHtl.
B. T. BLiWtTTrLL.D.,Jennlnge, Mo.
papers and esumaie. u m.
.-..--.- .i. ....... ... ..i.
one dollar, flnds in It the information he re
ouires, while for him who will invest one
hutdred thousand dollars In arlvertisinB, a
heu. 1st ndicated which will meet hn
every reii'H.-eraent, or oan be made to do so
by sliuhl change easily arrived at by corre
spondence. Une hundred and fifty-throe
editions hnve been issued, bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten cents. Apply to O KU.
P KOWKLL 4 NKWbPApfch AD-
VEKTIKIMl BUHKAH.l'iSprueeit. (Prnt
ngiiouseHiiuare , Kew York. wil
rt sin. Theadveriiserwnowain. vwr,..-....
" w aar n ikvi anu un. . 1 - -"
a guaranteed specHo for Hysteria, uii -ness.
Conrulsionsf, Flu, Neryoui Neural
gia, Headache, Nerrc-s Prostration, caused
k h n. of alcohol or tobacco i nage-
Ttr . if A book of l(i pas-es.
Ayi-" "it contains lists ol
.a w .I4 aMmaWk: Ii
n .n.. L.amM, naealiar to women aim wMbaals Jwraad Ha Htidsn fcsnltiir
vXvv.S T""1 nM ,or u i tt hM
Mfema warn mm rei", .M.wM.ei
limuul iartiniUrlf mtaMn reaalt from
T oi ft at rlMwnau ifJliu.ai. and a ehnvaie anAWw frrcn tin 1 who bad beea drrraw
alaaHthTol tneaour hf raw nvolnlr enrierratra. lu aWu aaw le raaaa .
g-a-nu. and ana a u i n " lnated tawwd wttb but llUl diaanlturv I aoald wtnwm
TZJr.J eoarwT (.. th. la a rrl,l. " T. F. FRAXBR. H .
For ! by all Druggiata.
Prtre a I per buil.
A. A. MELLIER, Sole
THE LIVERV.ORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE lIK.PT.lbOtom .Mams St., Memphir'
tinner w .
- . i I- Br- a li"
driirral aw . . "
KOX & RAILWAY NITPLY
(Successors In this lepartment
asrWrltens for information on AN Til INH
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & GO,
336 Second IStreot, MVniiili.ft.
A LA ROB AND COMPbKTK STOCK OP PLUM BURS, II AS AND ;STRM I "BR SI
ii Materials. Pumps, l)ri Wells, Iron. Lead and jtone Pii-e. Has fixtures. (Ilobes, Kta
a n Tnrnm
ii ii i nr uiiii
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Ntret,
MW AHD rLAKilRU
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shin?len, Flooring
A vTeWi. . W. v ftM fV," X ""k- liBjll '
A. VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 36S Front Street
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
W.-2?i Front Ht.t Slemplils. Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission ftlerchants.
u 11 Reoth Unln St.. til, fimlw
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 0 Front Hlrwet. t 3fennlil, Tnn.
(Nl't'tJEMNOBS Tl MKAl'II AM A HORTOX)
Old fl TT"im' St.. Mo mphis.
SAPOLEOJf HILL, PresliUnt.
A QUARTEH OF A MiLLION
H. FURHTKNIIKIM. n WM. I. C;1.E, RKILLY
OH. .--. 1 aiHw Hirer t. MetwiphUw Tp
37i37S-a-H(,-3-;J84-3S, Second street, south ot Uayoso.
Sash. Blinds. Flooring, uemng, aiaing, omiiyis,
Monltllu,, Lalha, twlar Poala and Plrkela.
llms s ii.inli Innaii In 111 nsllrf r
b,n ,ound ,n v wyVw
mm, mw apBii mm va"BB'
than el T.-ngalln m el Pjaaltns ts
TOv dr Tl 1 WaahiBrtsm av
T. IUIIiIfS MU.
AND MACHINE' COMPANY
jP - K
1 1 1 1 1 1 V
DEl'T, iHi and iKS Second St.
to JOHN MANOOUB.)
in either line.
0. E. WITT.
t : JlempliU, Tt-ua.
- HIlOH IAttf Ail
oiling and Cedar Pout.
- TEN I EtHW IS fry
F. M. JiORFLEET, Iteidiit Partaei .
- f-" . l Bollerlr
n i s m
W. S. W1LKE1W0X, Ylcfl-FresldeB
AHD H ABIJi K Bl'SIXEM.
DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL