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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAI FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1S86.
mm TO BE CLOSED
TO AMERICAN THIEYES, BUK
GLAK8 AND MURDEREBS.
The Additions to the Treaty of 1842
Now Before the Senate for
Wasbisgtox. Julv 20. The follow
ins, are the addi.ioDB to the treaty be
tween thie conutry end Great Britain
in regard to th ixiradi-i n ot c urn
Ealj. It w8 s ere J by Earl Rsber
ry and Mitis tr f helps on t jc 23th of
June, and i8no pending m the Sen
ate, having t em re eTtd f it a careful
exam rnvi-n of the legal points in-volvt-d
to thrt Committee on the Ju
diciary. From this committe it will
go auaia to the Comratttc-e on Foreign
IlelatioGS, from which a favorable re
port is expected at an ea-ly day.
There is at prrf ent very little douot
entertained as to the ulniu-Uo ratifica
tion of the treaty by the Sfnute,
though it may not finally
be disposed of a ths Beision
of Conu,rtri8. Tlie London paifrs
are eanguinn toi t the St nate will ratify
it, but the GiViftbinkgr. ominous that
the Amoiican fp rj are already be
ginning to pick holes in it heie and
there, Ilia Globe believes that the
government at Washington does not
care much one way or the oihtr about
the ex'radit.on of dynamit"rs and pie
dicta ill the Iiii-h influence will be
dead agaiuBt iho trtaty. It points out,
however,) hat the treaty may be ratified,
owing to the anx'ety of Americans to
get hold of the absconding fwmdlerd
who find a relume in Canada, and con
cludes that if ttie United S;ats Gov
ernment U given to uodfis and that it
must cither accept or ri j.:ct the treaty
as a whole it will allow the anti-dynamiter
clnme to rf main for the fake of
i-et-urin . e embezzlement clause.
The Treaty of ISO.
The following is a copy of Article 10
of tbe Trent v of 1842, to which ad
ditions hfive baen made and aieed to
by Minister Phelps:
Article 10 It is agreed that the
United States and Her Br. tannic
Me jetty shall, upon mutual requisi
tion by them or their mii.i t rs, of
ficers or authi ritiep, ret pecti vely made,
deliver op to justice allperacis who,
being charged with tbe crime if mur
der, cr a's uli with mtont to commit
murder, or arson, or nbbeiy, or
forgery, or the utterance of forg.id pa1
per, committed within the jurisdiction
of either, thall buek an asylum or be
lound within the territory of tuber ;
provided tha t'.is thall only be done
npon snch evidence of criminality as,
-according to the laws of the place
wneie me nuativa or person so
charged shall te fjund, would justify
his apprehension and cooimitmeut for
trial, if the crime or ofl'eoie had tr.ee
been committed; and ih respective
judges and other nagMia es of
the two jnverntceote tthail have
power, jurisdiction and autho ity upon
complaint made under oat;, t issue a
warrant for (he apprehi n ion of the
fugitive or pe i son so charge j, tbat he
may be brought before such j.idgi-s or
other magistrate"?, retpectively, to the
ena mat ttie evidence oi tnminalitv
may be heard and considered; and if,
on such hearing, the evidence bo
deemed suflicient to sustain tbe
charge, t snail be the duty f the ex
amining judge or magistra'o to cer.ify
the came to the proper executive
authority, U at a wa-rant may issue
tor tne eunvrjuer oi such fugitive.
Tbe expense of ' such a; prehension
and delivery (hail be borne and de
frayed by tbe party who makes the
requisition and receives the fugitive.
TBE ADDITIONS TO THE ABOVE,
The following are the additions to
the treaty of 1842 agreed to by Minis
ter Phelps and Lord lioiebeny, and
which aie now before the Unittd
bta'es Senate for ra:ilicalio-j :
Whereas, By the Tenth Article of the
Tn a:y cone uded between the United
Stake of Atuenc and Her Britannic
Majesty on the 9 h dt-y of Angus',
1842, provitiou is made for the ex ra-
dmon of prtons charged vuth cer ain
crimes; and, whereas, it is n w de
sired by th'. igh coiitac;ing pa t ea
mat tr.e provisions ot tne Slid Art c:e
bdou u emruacc cur' a n crimes not
therein speeitV d, and s':.oild extend to
fugitives convicted ol cr rues tpecilied
in said article and in tl-ia convention :
The Eaid high contracting parties have
appointed as iLoir pienipi t-ntunes to
conclude convent i n for this pur
pose, i amely, the I'rfSident of tbe
United States if America, Edward J,
rhelpp, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary of the United
States to the U.,urt of fcu Jawes, etc.,
etc., and ll r Wajetty, Ue Queen of
tne united iut-gdoui of Grest Britain
and Ireland, the light Honorable
Archibald Thilip, Earl of Rosebery.
of the said treaty or of this' conven
tion shall not, until be has had an op
portuni'y of isturning to the Sta'e by
which he has been surrendered, be
aeuiineci or mea tor any crime com
mit'ed prior to big tnrrender other
than the extradition crime proved by
the facts on which the surrender was
Articled Tbe extraditicn of laav
tives under the provisions of the said
treaty and ot Ire irejent CDnvention
shall be tarried oar jn ttte Ui ited
Stale) and in Her M- j sty's dominion
reipeciiveiy, Binjjci to and in cou
iormicy wiin i.ie iawi regulating r x-
tr.-diti n fir the lira beirg ia f rcoin
the surrendering State.
Ar icle 7. TVs c nv.ntir n sha'l be
ratified. and tberat fictions xchanged
at London ts so.n t p. smhle. It si all
come into fo cten d.vs sf er i s puo
licutior, in conioimity with the forms
prc8criDea Dy tieiasof the h gii con
trading pamee, and si all coniiuue in
force until oc or the other of the
high contracting parties shall sienifv
it wish to terminate it, and no longr.
In witness wtereof the undera'gned
have signed thesame.and bavealtixd
thereunto tne'r Ira s.
Done at Loriion the 251h dav cf
June, iatt. i
THE RECENT lIEtVY tXT IK THE
Report to the 8hareboldra of Ike
AuKlo-Amerleta and Aaaocl
Her Mnjes'y s ptinc'j al Secietiry of
State for Foreign Atr.drs, etc., etc;
who, after hsving communicated to
each other Uieirropective full powers,
iouna in gioci ona due form, nave
sgreed upon the fol.owirie a'tcles:
Artkk 1 The provieions of the Xth
Article cf the faid t-eaty will be and
are hereby extended s: as to tpplv to
ana ccmprenenu ttie inflowing atldi
tioral Climbs not mentioned in Eaid
Article, nemely :
1. MacslauithUr. 2. Bura'ary. 3
Embf xzlement or larceny of tho value
of $50 or 10 and upwnrd8. 4. Mali
cious injuries to property wheieby tbe
lite ot any peison s:ia:f heundanKered,
a kiicu injirnes coneinuve a enme ac
cording to tbe laws cf buth the high
contractirg puitHS. And the pro
visions of tn said A'ticle fiiuiltiave
tne sameefb ct with rtsnec: to the ex
tradition r f pergens chaig;-.d wi h any
cf the (aid ciimes as if the same had
been originally named and specified
in ine saiu Aiticle,
Article 2. The provisions of the
lento. Article of tai l treaty and of this
convention shall apply to pi-rsirs con
victed of the crimes thnr:in respect
ively named and Fpccified whore sen
tence thereupon shall not Lave been
executed. In the rae f f a fugiJive
criminal all. god to havo been convict
ed of the crime for which his surren
der is asked, a copy of the record of
the convic'ion aiid of tbe gebtanie of
the court before which such c.m
victirn tock plrce.duly nuthenticat'-d,
shall be produced t g:ihar with the
evidence that the prisoner is the per
son to whom s'ich sentence refers.
Article U. This convcil.o;i shail nr.t
applyto anyof the crimes lierein named
and Sjiecititd which slmll have been
committed ortiany convictions which
shall h-tvs been procured prior to the
da'e when the convention ehall come
Article 4. 'No fugitive crmir-nl
ehall be snrreiulored under the provi
sions of the tai l trraty or of tho c n
vnlion, if the crime in nspect of
which Irs sirreri ler in dcnuruled bo
one cf a politittM cla'actor, cr if le
prove to Ihe compt t nt authority th A
the fan) rpqTii.'-:tion lor las fiirrendtr
ha5 in ftict t een nia le vi'h tho view
to try cr pnnish him for a criir.e of a
Arl'.cU. 5. A fugi.ive criroina! Eiir
recdored to either of tho hih con
tracting parties under the prcviiions
London. July 22. Tbe Directors of
the Anglo-American Te'egraph CVm
pary have isautd arcpoit ti thesl are
Pntdeis which lontuna the follow inn:
The reduction bf th taiifl frcm 2
shillirgs to 1 slil.irg 8 pence per word
introduced by Ihe louimerciMl Cable
Company on Dbctn ber 24, 1884, re
sulted in a large decteare in the gros-i
revenue prr.duced by A lautic cible
traffic. NeVertheltas it ws deter
mined by tne astoc dted cable com
punies to give the reduced tariff a
fair trial in order to avoid a war of
rates, and to dett rmine as early as
feasible whether tht reduction wcu'd
nsa.t in any reuiunmtive iuorease of
traffic. After mere ,han a year's trial
it was found that the very cont ary
was the case, and as the rival company
resorted to means to obtain a treat r
share of the tr .flic than the poate s on
of two cables faiily entitled them to,
the diieotors if tue associated com
panies came to tbe conclusion tbat it
was necestary in the interests of their
proprietoig to adopt I low rate. Ac
coidingly on the 5th of May, 188f i. tue
rate wts reduced by the a-sociated
cable companies to 6 pence per w. rd,
and by spec'a' arrangement with tbe
Western Ui.ion Teienraph Com
pany of America th s tariff was
made to extend to all
the principal cities and towns in the
United fctates and Chi ada. For prots
news a special ruts ol 3 pence per
Word between Litdonauri New York
was also adopted. Ou tbe 8f me date
the tariS of the MackaT-Bennettcablea
was reduced to ona shilling per wcrd.
The eflect of this imporiaut reduction
of rates by the associated companies
nis Deen a very consideraDie augmen
tation of the t affie, much laiecr. in
deed, than was anticipated an a firtt
lesolt, amounting to over HOper ctnt.,
and alihoogh the to al receipts have
been gitat v decre-istdthe conpany is
earning suflicient to- j.ay its o-kitg
expenses blu to piace euco a
turn to the credit of the rei-ewal fund
up to 1,000,0. 0, the limit fixed by the
proprietors at the last half yearly
meeting. The unexpected increase in
the volume of traflio immediately
upon the introduction of the sixnennv
tana nas icauc-u tne directors to con-
eider the expediency of adopting per
manently a system of low rtes. The
associated couipaides po:eess between
them no less than e ght
cables across the Atlantic
having a cairying capacity, which, lor
practical purposrs, is unlimited. With
such extensive system it is obviously
tncir in ti rest to en ourage a veiy large
trrflicatlow rat-, s, and by si doing,
prevent a lunner rruitipiuauon of
unnecessary cablfs. By the rrc.i.t
reduction of rates, cable custome-s
and the public have the oppoitui.ity
of answering the quesiion upon which
tne inture rate between Eurtpe and
America will have to be decided,
nameiy, we n r mere is sutnc ent in
heient 1 deve opment in the cable
tiatnc to and fioin America to war
rant a low chance being permanently
established. If there be such devel
opment, and the pnblio rerpond to
the desire of the assjciated companies
to continue working at low raten. it
wi;i De 10 tne interests ot tne com
panies to do so, as they only desiie to
earn a riacniiD.e retu'n npon the rap-
"TOU PATS TOUR MONEY AND
YOU TAKES YOUR CHOICE."
They Bad an Agreement About the
Gorernorshlp and "Alf" Failed
to Carry Out Bis Contract.
ltal invested and prevent farther
waste ful competition. The directors
would remind the proprietors thet the
company nas now been 10 existence
for over twenty year, and that, al
though high rates were, in the first
years of the undertaking, an absolute
necessity and were not at the time ob
jected tot y any imr ortar,t c Bis of
the coramunitv. it hes since been
found thht whenever adopted the re
sult wa? continuous competition, use
less mu'tipluatioM of cables and Jo s
cf money to all the companies inter
ested. The directors be'ieve that
sot ner cr later the lo tariff will be
a necessity, and that by "taking time
by thu fo:elock" and making au.eirn
est f libit now to estsblieh it. they will
secure the coidial approval and co
operation of their customers and the
public, without which so important a
stp could never be successfully
THE WJStKR WATER METER.
I'm a wicked water meter, aTharisaio water
meter, witu a taee of while enamel,
hunl .n..n.l l.;.J:.kL
Hut! wear the foil expression of a iiatnted
Dimon reieriooaiDzout into m lutur
like a gold fiah ttir-jugh a glui
As a patent fact distorter and a thamelem
siory teller 1 can beata oirous poster or
a JitrLhlii aiintinnnnp-
For I crind such touirh narrations to my
coruor in tte cellar, you may sorape a
BeuUlo novel from the memborl of my
Oh, tie minamatio matter and the poisan
wbn u 1 scatter with the simioo nam
flf WRtnP. lit! ft.lll ltarua.l r... & I
none my inenil, toe undert .Uer, waxes
richer, Micser, tattor, and the drun
aiat's wife and daughter tako a uro
Ob, I often pause and wonder us I ponder
o c-r my Munder, iiause aod wonder
why in thunder honest people let in
Why they do not rise in anirc r, tear me Kb
rum iimo u-under, and adopt a water
meter more iugnuius than I
San FramcUoo Wp.
Of pnro Cod Liver Oil, with Bypo
phosphites, is a most valuabla remedy
fur conFiimpt on, (scrofula, waging dis
e&ia of ctiildien, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions wbt ro
ibi re is a lcsj of llaeh, a IhcIc of norva
power and a general debility cf the
syttess. , Rtj
Icobbxspondxxci or Tna arrtAL.I
KvoxviLLE, Tknn., Juy 20. The
Aiteal ties always been a fir journal,
derii g justly wi h all cla-sesaud tol
era ins d.flerencts of opirrion.
In a tecent issuo you intimate that
it would be wh illy cut of the quesiion
for the Hon. R ibert L Taylor U ao
tagon'ze his rrother as a candidate for
Governor, and proceed ti write down
some hsM words of the subject.
First L-t me Bay Col. Tav lur is not a
blatant candidate for the position. He
baa been very modest- aocut it, and
hts always said he would leave the
matter wholly in tha hands of trie
pt mocracy of Tennesfee. He did not
intend to push himself on the nartv.
He bad received scc resof letteis he
fore and after the Domination of bia
brother by the Uepublicans to
become a candidate, and in every
iLstance, a sured the wriers he
would be aoverred bv the action
of the ptrty. He has never, on
any ocrjfsiou, took t.e field in bis own
Detiaif; bas never attended any coun
ty convenu n. and nas s aid in h i
otlice from day to day attending strict
ly tj bis official dut es. He mado no
effort to interfere wnh theactimol
Washington county, and allowed his
opponent, the Hon. John Allison, to
canvass it thoroughly and to manipu
late it in his own interest, when any
well inf rmed citizen of that county
will tell you he could cairy (hit coun
ty five to one over Allison. He is im
meLsely popular in thtt county, as he
ie in all tne coun ies of the Firt D r.
trie t, an assertion strictly true.
Second As to antagonizing his
brother. When yon L-arn all the facts
in tbis connection, I am satit-fied yon
will nioilei ate jour views considerably.
Bob Taylor ought net to be censured,
remotely, for an appa ent antagonism
to his brother. I say apparent,
for it is not real. His brother. Alf. in
the presence of living witneeea, nicst
solemnly and emphatically pltdged
nis wora ne would not accept a nomi
nation at tha bands of the Republican
party. He knew his brother "Bob
was a cendida'e and ft It be would be
guilty of a great wrong to him if ho
did such a tbiDg. espaviallv in view c
tbe fact that he knew he would stand
no possible chance of n election
while his brother "Bob" would be
elected if he cot the nomination
'All" faid to Capt. H.H.Taylor, of
mis city, a relative, mat under no cir
cumstances would he accept such
nomination. And yet. atranse to sav
after all these pledges, he did accept
tbe nomination and deliberately threw
himself across the pa h c.f his brother
Bob." Was that honorable? Wi-1
the Democrat1) of West Tennessee say
it was Honorable r
But more. A prominent Republic
an, on his way from the Fire,t D'str ct
to the Naehville Convention, told Bob
laylor that they intended to furevti
lay him on tbe shelf by tiie noinhia
tion of bis brother, and when A.f was
nominated tbe speakfr, in the m it
vociierous manner, thundered out:
"The nomination cf Alf would kill off
the moit formidable candidate the
Demccrats could brine cut. to w t
Robert L. Taylor." You toe the point,
of course. It was the pnrnr'sn of the
Republicans t) side ttack Bjb, as also
tne Democratic party.
Iow, if anyone is to be blamed,
b'amo tha R-pub'irat's for nomina
ting Alf, and blame Alf for accepting
Don't blame Br b. What is he to be
blamed for? He is not the tool eithrr
of the Rjpuhhc.ipi party or of his
brother, and if his brother Las chosen
to throw himself in the way, as he has
done, let nim bear the roi: sequences.
Furthermore. Place the stamp of
falaehtod on all statements jou meet
with tbat Bjb Tuylor is a cipher in
East Tennessee. Br in mind when
I say tbat he will beat, in Lust Ten
nessee, any candidate now on the
track Iwo to one. He w.ll enter the
convention with at leant 200 votes
from this section of tha State out of
about 300, Remember what I Bay,
tie is a tower oi etrengtn tiere.
promised other experiments in the
near future, and are lest in jronder at
wbat they can be. I'erhaM thev mav
I require tne Chancellor to go round
fat stated interval,.', with a bottle of
oil, to anoint and pray with thoe
y. uths suspected of any moral obli
quity, or they may, by way of parent
al pi olection detail the pr faesirs, as
special police, to watch the railroad
trains at night, to prevent improper
persons or toinus from getting on or
off. None f thwe tilings are illegal,
and may tberefur be made the' sub
ject of experiment the foit of this'
grand body. Mississippi.
BjtJhMaeartar '-s'tit-rtiw-tttr . m
If - li
t . f waled.
Manufacturer's A rents for
Daniel Trait Cotton Glut
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SMII.EY, SMIT1T A Ci r
Prett Erllpao If nilrr Ulna, Fe
tru una Hlu Brpnlrrra,
OS to 104 I'oplar 8t., Mcmphi
Pratt Kerotrinr-IIend Wins una.
Mock dow i.-f.n' -icei
-olioited. Old Uins Repaired in First
anafrder. All work auaranteed.
MANl'FACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
fSteatu Enajfncs, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins! Cotter
Tresses, Mood Pulleys, Shun in a;, Agiicultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn and Scirw IVIills.
mw We have the LAHOEST WORKS of the kind In the Vnlted Slates, and wilt meet
puoes for same quality of work. (end for Oataloiue, Price Luta
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, .October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Lat Term, 828.
A SCHOOL for the development of Tlior
ous, thoughiu', noble womanhood,
Tbis result is reached bj breadth ana
thorouthness of Instruction and ihe awaken
ing ot patient, earnest endearor. A new
and commodious boarding department h
jut been ciin,,letd.
Tbe drpnriment of dress makina aad mil
linery is uil.lc.1 tor the nrst time.
In tlio ahsKm-e of the l'-lpcipal. who Is la
burope I r the souimer, catalogues will b
furm hed on l-.li.-uon to Mra. K. P. Mor
t.in, 1 Ad inm (re.-t, or thejr will be found
ajjnjfjjinly honic ,inre.
MOST PERFECT MADE
l'ropored with special rcpant to health.
No Aiumonia. una or Alum.
PRICE BAXWO POWDER CO.,
1IKK IS EN IT tKlKNDI
tj DR. J. BRAD FIE LD S T)
AND TRUST COMPANY.
STATEMENT AT CLOSK
Cash on hand and In bank I 27.9M 9fi
Office fiitures MS) (HI
Hills disc- unted 41,6till 62
Bonds and iovoiliuents (market
value) 69,910 20
OP llllKINESN, JIT.E 30, 1MNO,
Capital f 20,000 00
curpius ,M l sis
tit 19 75
MISS MARY J. BALDWIN, FRl"-,
lenilstKepteuiber.lli. Closes June, ll .
Unsurpassed location, buiutitma, sroui
appoinlmenls. Full corps Icurhers; n. i
Taled advantaires in Music, Lanituairea, I o
yution. Art, book-Keeping, Physical Cul
ture. BosrJ, etc, Willi full Knulish Oour. ,.
JnO per entire session. For lull partic -ars
anply to principal for catalogue.
THIS STATE FKMAI.K COI.UG-J
WILL reopn Sept. in, 1KW,. Located in
a healthful and dclightiul suburb. In
truotio thorouah, and acconlina to th
most approval! e.uios-moal methods.
Superior and trained spetiialisls in the Ta
rlo is Departmi-nta ot Music, Art. Ulooulion,
Modern Lenauaves, 8oience, Classioa and
For further p rticu'ars apply ta
M1SSMOLI IK K MA Kb 11 ALL Prl., T
No. Hit Hobcsoti street. Memphis.
Profits (net 6 months).
v i r. .. ... ...
lauu V tMRt
deposits 114,'ilS 4.1
$200,000 to $500,000.
Bt won, IS Am , July 22. The dircc
tors of the Lowell lileauhery Corpora
tion, a large a wealthy concern, r.
niored Samuel G. Sneliing from the
office of trea'.urtr, which he lias held
for twenty seven yeora. A comm'ttee
to investigate hia acconn'sj waj a;
piint9d. Its chairman arid Hint the
dopesad treasurer bad been auiltv of
grave irregularities. Tho aaiount is
not known and may be auy where
from 1200,000 to $500,000. The capital
ttock of tbe cnipoation is iT)50,000,but
iuie is no mui. auun of its wealih, ft r
the eu'eti are far in exc-esi of Li nt
figure. A reorganization of the com
pany may be nucpsirBry, but its sol
vency ism no dunger. Ti:e deposed
treasurer las not bven arrested, and it
is said that be is at bis home n
Nabant. Mr. rercival Lowell has bficin
elected to eurcned him. The corpora
tion is aooui. uny years old. ana is one
of the most widely known of amy iu
New JbDKianu. ihe comnanv has
suspended payment-) pending an in
vestigation of its affairs. The com
pany's biuiuei-s is the dyeing, blench
ing and huishirg of cotton cloth. It
has oet-n doing a business cf abdut
10,000,000 ponnds per annum, and it
b as paid 6 per cent, dividends during
recent jerp, and a hiuher rate
I'MYERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI.
TbeUrolqiie'onilaclor the Clinn.
To tho Editors of the Appeal :
Oxr.iRD, Mips, July 21. As our
Board of Tin. tees is composed almost
exclusively of lawyer.?, we must re
gard jt from a leal standpoint, to un
derstand its action, and not be sur
prised that their methods of diecip'.ine
should he baed on the modes iu
vegne by tho courts. When their
Chancellor had exhausted, without
success, all his exer-utive ability, in
keeping the boys out of mischief, bo
invoked the aid of the conrt through
iU official or:ans, the.grand jury and
deputy sheriffs, to supplement the
parental authority, which had been
i)tlcfti to biro, t does aot ordi
narily look tp!1 Is: a father ts be
oblij-d t Mil poani cfl:sr tJ lria
aid. It wta 8njl:qu phaw of
university dUKipIbs, which kpt tl.
boys hiding from dopnty sheriftsi,
whon they eiinuld liave been at their
f'assics and - ntnthemn'ics. Jn
promptly re eloeting their Ci anoc-1-lor,
they deliberately and as a body,
sanctioned tJtis mod i of discipline,
andthus aothoritsti vely inaugurated it
in this university. Outcide tliere are
grave doubts as to tbi3 last experiment
of this ex.eriin3ntirg body. We are
This famous remedy most happily meets
the demand of the age for woman s peouliar
anu maitiiorm auiiotuins. it is a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one SPECIAL
i cAno or ner aiseasea, it is a speeino for
eertain aiseasea oonuitions oi the worn
and proposes to so control the Menstrual
function as to regulate all the derange
menu ana irregularities or woman
Its propietora claim for it no other medical
property; and to doubt the foot that this
meoicine uoes positively possess luoh eon
ooatrcllin and regulating- powors Is simply
w uifcreuii tne voluntary testimony oi tnoa
sanus oi living witnesses woo are to-dai
exulting in the restoration to sound health
is strictly a vegetable eomponnd, and is the
pronuot or medioai science and practical ex
perience aireotea toward the oenetlt of
It ig the stndied prescription of a learned
physician, whose specialty was WOMAN,
and whose fame became enviabieand bound
less because ol his wonderiul suocess In the
treatment and cure of foiuale complaints.
TUE KKQULATOR is the UKANDKST
HEM ED Y known, and richly doservea its
aarwe, tne undersigned Comm'ttee. hereby certify that we have examined the ahnv
siatemeni, and lash, mils and Investments, aud find ihem all correct and satisiactorv
rci-oinniena mat tne sum oi nm;, iroui the earnings of past six month. be credited to
V l IIADUKN, President.
EWD. HOLDHMITU, Vice-President
IAS NATHAN, Cashier
J A DIM L-I1M llt 1
.1. 11. IMNDWKHRKR.
a. w. tomlin: wh, bbnjes.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjcs
170 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special Indocements Id Opsin lujritU
of our own make, at Vioi Ton buniea a
our own make, at iiai. All work
ranted. Van before you buy
ar Havlnt dlansed of our entire stock
Vehicles and l'ie Mannfacturlnsr baiiart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN k BKNJa.8. w.
besieak for them a oontlnuanoe of the
pairooaie so lone extenueii toss
CABRIAf R A H RPWAH R OOMPANT
OMAN'S 1EST i: I!IENJ)
Becanse It controls a class of funct'ona the
various deranKements oi which oauso more
til boaitn than all otner causes combined,
and thus rescues her from a lonir train of
alii iot inns which sorely embitter her life and
prematurely end hor existence. Oh, what a
multitude of living witnesses can testify to
its ohurmine effeatsl Woman-, take tovaur
PKtlOUS BOON OF HEALTH
It will relieve you ot nearly all the com
plaints peculiar U your sex. Kely npon It
as your saleguard for Health, happiness and
ion i tie.
Hold bv all drntrorista. Rend for onr treat
ise on tbe Health and Happiness of Woman,
manea tree, wntcn aivea ai particulars.
TI1K RUADI'IUlD KKt'llLATOK CO..
Woi Atlanta. Oa.
AT GRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tela.
ISorses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, IIOCS, POULTRY,
In me for over 20 ycitra by FarmorS.
hiocxurceucrs, iforso it. vo.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
3" STABLE CHART'S
Mounted on Boilers & Book Mailed Free.
Iliiniphi-era'.lfcd. Co., 109 Fulton St.. N.T.'
ANDKEW HlrvWAKl.Wew Orloana. ANDP.liW D. aWYWWUi Mai. phU
um i ii ih ius
U I baalHIIIl I
Ctmm FACTORS AND COMMISSION MKKCUAN'J
rtici.r.)VN. irif i.i
HOMEOPATHIC f ft
specific no. an
iii nsH:aj vs'ti T!inon!v "iircctififnF roniMlv for
Nervous Dcbi.lt, Vital Weakness.
nml I'rnMl ration, from i.vcr-wurk Or other rnupciv
fil per vial, orft viftiM ami lnrc vial )Mwtlcr. for ifA
hoi.unr DunofHHi-H, orm itt,p"iiimilonrecf'iptoi i
W. N. HALDESIAN,
President of the (Ireat LOUISVIL' COU-
lUtSH-JOUHNAL 10., tells Dut
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Or nca or mi Oorarica-JouBW al,
Dr. Winli niltt. Sir I nii-e a rule I have
observed for manr vears. the value of vour
remedy promptina mo to say, in reply to
your requoi:, what 1 know of your Chill
Cure. The private assurone of its efficaoy
I ha-l, and tue uood rcsultt t its effects 1
bad observed on JMr.lt. VV, ..teredith, who,
tor more than ntteon yenm, bad heen lore
man of my ofRi-e. inducc-i me to tost It in
luy family. The rer-ulls bave been entirely
satisfactory. The first euro was of two
ears standing, in which 1 boliove every
nown remedy diki oecn trieu wiin tempo
rary relief the chills rcturuina periodically
and with seemm-cly iricrea'ed severity.
Your cure broko thum at once, and there has
been no recurrence of thorn for more than
six months. The other case was ol a milder
form, and vie -ed more readuv to other
remedies ; but the t hills wonld return at in
tervals until your medicine was ucd, since
which time, now sevoral months, tbey bave
ntircly disupiared. rrom the opportu-
Hy I la-we bud to juuire, 1 do not nnmtuleto
xnresa my belief that vour Chill Cure ist
valuiibte specific, and perform! all yon
rouiiBe lor it. Kespcctruiiy,
W. N. HALDKMAN.
ARTHUR PETiiH .1 CO., Aaents, Louil-
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
M. JONES, President. I. P. VIC ! KHH, Vico-Preeldent.
fcW. U. H. UAWniE, t'ecretary aud Treasurer.
(HncrHore to Pecera -4 Nnwrlf,)
MANIFICTL'REKS OF THE " 9fAUN0l.Il BBAND"
rt i n i n n
33 34 nucl 40 Jrflcmon IStr et.
N. M. JONRH. JJO. K. HPKHD, I. F. PirTKHf, UKO. ARNOLD, W. P. F. BAWRIl I
li. W. MACJKAK.
" WsiHyHi-, Tt-nts Real Southern
Home tor Uirla. .I'-o ilirl. this year. A noa
sectarian school. Patronised by men of lib
eral minds in all churches. Unsurpassed in
Music, Art and Lanauaass. For ntnlorue
.dresa lB, W. K WRls.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORVj
0F MUSIC Boston, MasSe-4
THE LARCC8T.n1 BEST FOUIPPED Inthe
WpBLD-liNlli1.irui.uri,i-iKKilKl. nllinl T..r. Thrn-
o-ih liiiiurll.nlu Vui'.l.i.it Imlru iil.l Miiilo. ri.nii.ni
OriiMi liming. Khwi Am. Or.lnrv, l.li..r.lnr.. Kmnrli. Um
Ili.u .ml lull.n l:nKll,l, lmii,-t,c., (Iriuii.illra
eta. T nlllim, $.Md .Ht, h,rtl .iitrfm with NlMin H.t.nj
KlMrk) l.lnlit. eot.s:ftM.r l.rtil.
tnntHr9. 1HML ritrlnuilrittMlral.n.l.
d.lrW, K. 1TIIIU KK, Dir., Vr.ukll. (., IKIN'IH IN, M.Mt
Fnll Term htin. H.n
nn.r, wiin inn iiin.rin.iinn.
HUNTSVILLR, ALABAMA. Thirty
seventh session begins Wednesday, Hep
teniber 1. lHHil. A desirable school for your
daughters tn all Derail ra nta ol Female K1
ncatioa. Supplied w th rew Inslrumenk.,
fine Apparatus, and a full Vacnlty. Cbaraea
reasonable, for ra'aloaii -s and terms, apply
to A.U JONKH, 1).. .LL.l) .President.
Virginia Military Institute,
i8 la fall and successful operation1 and sup
plies its enlarged course of systematto
Instructional acost much below that of in
stitutions of like arade In this coaatry. lor
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
IIKDIOKD 4'W , VIKUIAJIA.
The Slat Annnnl st.nln Oaens Sjeys
ember la, 1MN6.
For cstaloaue or sneeliil informatlnn. en.
ply to uellnviis t. o Vat,
W, K, ABBOT, l'rtwflpn . .
St, Mary's School,
No. Sft J lolnr HI rent,
MEMIMIIN, i i i i i TEMNEMitEB
A JUURDINO and Day School for Teunt
XX Lndles hiiiI Children, under tbe charssa
of the bisters ol HI. Mary, of the Kngllh
Church. Nuiulwr of pupils limited to lis).
Next school fenn bcrlns sl. ptrtiit-r Ufills.
I)K. I). 8. JOHNSONS
No. 17 JeOuraon Street,
(Between Main and Fr.iat.V' 'MEMPHIS.' '
Ibsuousnea In IfUOL.I
1 VR. JOHNSON IsaoknOWieHgedbyaltpar
X ' ties interested a by far thi oiest -ce.slul
pbysioiaa in Ihe lreaim.rM.if mii.i.
or secret diseases. Quirk, permanent o ureal
every ense. male or female.
of Clonorrhen and flvlillta
oured in a f w days without the us of mer
cury, change or diet or bindrano frosa
baslness. (Secondary Hyi-hilis, the la-'
tigo eradicated without the ui of m
nvoluusarr loss ot semen stopped in . . .
timo. bufforers from lapolency or 1 i
sexual powers rottor to free vigor I
weeks.. Victims of s o-abuse and ei
venery, suflering fruiu siiermaierrhi i
loss or physical und mental power.
and permsnently cu ed. Particular
tion paid to the lliseasaa ot Wamet. . i
ouri-l guanintevil. Piles aad old sores ui. . o t
without Hie use of cniii.tlc.ir the knife. Alt
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parte of that
Ollico hours from H o clock a.m. to 4
rklna-mon cured at half tha usaaJ
o'cliick ti. m .
I', rt. IQIINSiiN. M.D.
HNVI HCALTH THC UVrSI mr nt INCIDg
Hcrvrs lo rOSTF.il, TAYLOR
Aj w Mm i Ar n-yT,
Z. N. EST Ed.
l-gVitrlinlilfl RftnMlv ur li v r "iniTnM.t. ntifl hi:
bj a ikruiixeil tn tnri.nl chikIi1i"ti ol Hia J.ivrr, u 11
(K'Mla, aJlTUliPfltll-n, lllllMIl IK' . .1" 'I til I H'lt, I ((.''IflfU
Miil:tn. l!tit'UiLitini, It rt ir'i'utttK iln- tNnfl, pur
ctln; ti'.sfxt, Hrri"Th"'t ttin .-frtn, B"rva rittn
AN lNVALUAHI-M HM'!,Y JU-JDl i)l N B.
rhoupanrtof lostlmonf vj jirovn M1 m'ri
AXt lHViHUHTn 1.1,1 K' V Mt'V riS M I'm VI l''I-
STES & CO,
(NUtt'EnORN TW KNI IN, HOIN A CO.)
Wl fllssale Grocers iind Cotton Fac.ors
A Valuable Patent. Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Unior- Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Daary'a (Ilora-) I'nrn nml Pea 1'lan-Ifr.
HA VIN8 perfected my Invention, I wih
fo nl.ico it before the putnie, esiiecially
trannfaotoroM. As a Corn Plan tr, it is a
porlect snccesi opfcDI the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, uniniured, and coverd
the same, thcrot-y one man pcrrorming the
work of three. Too? bavo been used i
this section forovor a doner, years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give rerpotsible testi
JOllU H. i ANCY. Dinoyville,
llaywood oouaty, ieat,
-l'Koi'Hli:iit if Tin:-
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
i'laTorlnif Extiacta, Sjrnim, Ituklus foivdrr, Toilet Articles, ttc, Etc.
GO JerToraou Stroot.
No. f.lta., ll.D.-Chincory Court of Shelby
coumy-Mta eof leune-aee vs. J. 8. ltHre
low et al.
BY virtue uf an Interlocutory decreo t-
salo entered in tho above '.HMiin tl. ,
4th day of J.mu ry, lHWI, M. It. A I, pnve I,
witl soil, at public auction, to the h gha
b dder, In 'runt of the Clark and M inter
office, courthouse of ciholtiy county, Meti
phis, Tonnessue, on
Nn.urclny, Ai.kuhI Al, 1HH,
within loual hours, tbo following described
property, situated in riholby couuty. Ten-
Lot 4. til-M-k 2-1. front ng .'0 feet on the)
orth side ol llroauway, northeast corner of
alloy east of Hixtli streot.
Lot at. block Al. tronting Vt root on the east
il- ol Until street, (Hj fret north of Alabama
treet, lllth ward, by a depth of 1.7M fe.
ol ti as property of li. r. Cooucy autl II,
n il re ws.
Lot 'JA. block II. fronting 2"i feet an tha
south kido of Broadway .troet. nuthnj.t
corner of alley east .f Second stroit, lllth
aril, lir a ilopth of 170 feet
Lot ZV, block 11, fronting a feet en tbo
utb side of llrondway street (adjoining lot
), by a depth of 170 feet.
Lo, tl, J. M. Tato's subdivision, fronting SB
feet on the west side of Wilkerioa street.
orthwes. coruer ot Heorgia street, by a.
Icpth of IW feet. Sold as property of Jana
Lo- Z'i, Polk's subdivision, Ml feet fronton
the smith side of (loorKia street, til) feet watt
of Mckinley street, by a depth of 1" feet.
Lots Mland 51. block I, A. Wright's lobdl
vision, tronling Hi) foet on the souti side ot
OeorKia street, isl 'cot west of Wright's ave
nue, by ir7 !-j feet deep.
Terms of Halo Ou a credit of sli months;
noto with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lion retained ; redemption barred.
This Julv H), IKfl.
H. I. McDOVY HLL, Clark and Master.
II y II. F Cuieman, Deputy 0, and M.
F. II. AO. W. Ilrtslteil. Anlieitors.
Kv. n If Yon Ilnjr a Uoxea
ooi-mon porous planters which you oaa get
for a sons at uny of the Cheap John drug
gists -you have uirroly thrown away your
money, for ono Benson's Cupoina Plaster la
worth tlu-in all. Tho reason I. this: Bon
son's Is iheo- ly porous plaster in the market
that 1- hnueotlv and ikillt'ully made and sal
eiitirtktM.il v iiied-oiicd (,thrs are nj mora
than nominal imitations ot Hanson's. They
an. cheap heoMttse the? possess nono of tha
inareoiinis which ruii-L-r llensou's valua
ble Tho I lu-r are I rmpt to act, pleas
ant to wc.r, ami euro in a few hours ail
ments which othrrs will not even relieve.
The pulil-c are crpeeii. ly wn-ned against 10
cnllnl "I'lipsici..," " Capsicum, " " Capu
cin." or "Cii.n--ine " pi .stars, aa worthlesa
articles liit-o.ied to dccelia. Ask for Ben
son's, and look I, r l'ie " Tome Seals trade
mark aud tho "ord " Cawlut " out In ths
DH. RAI'HKL OOWLINlJi Specialist In
Mi-omul HiMines Ladies expecting to
bomother-c n be Unrooted bow to procure,
l.amles pirtoriti n. Othce, OTH Main St.,
over Lei.iy a hut st.iro. t mco hoars. D to 4. .
. rf..u-,lilJ Oolt.iW
j," : , , ;, i' .. . ..i i i "mi... iw j-