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15 OUTRAGE 0!i CARL0TT1
THE DEMENTED WIDOW OF MAX
IMILIAX SALE THE
Central Figure lu a Drama Entitled
. MJaar, or the Mexican Wat'
The Vatican Nrmla Frrah Private
laorarliut lo lUtaxlM.
Ko, Oi toLer 8. The Valium yeg
terdvy ntit frpfib private iDi'iuctions
to its different Nuncics abroad regard
ing the aoti-slencal agitat on iu Italy.
Tan rope is anxious met lortign gov
eminent b full; informed of the in
crtMing mncs and dangers to
which the lioly See la exposed.
Til Relation H.lwrea Aaatrla anal
Urraiuj Semala Catbakaa.
Vixnna, Octobsr 8. Premier von
Taalltf. in the lower house of the
Anstiian Parliament today, replying to
lrterpeiiaiions, sa d ttat any sonprs
tiou thut the, relation; hotween Aus
tria and Of rmany )iad been shaken
more comple'ely Rri.undless. Inn re
latio is rect now as hitherto, added
the Premier, on the rais of which the
Minis-try hkvs rejestnly denned be'
fore the deUuatit n There is no occa
sion to Hpprehcml any loupning or
d Ht r.innce of tlie clo'-e and trua'lul
relations (x'H'.irg un toth fides
K-pe-entitive IIoi)btirg proposod
to itnitt'e w dibat on the I re liner's
reniy. The proposition was lejic'cd.
lie ou y n uibors wro vnieu lor n
".ere rrumtiers of the ArMran-Uer-
Iran, German, auti-Sfuiite and Demo
A Wot al lioilil In Which Kevral
ITraona are Hlllnl.
Palm, October 8. Tiie ill feeling
rtcwntlv moustd between the Hindoos
aiul MoliatniijHilaiis here over mutual
violutinrs of their reapeoiive religious
principles culminated in a riot last
n g'if. Nnvoral piroons were killed.
Tlie irnmidiate (aire of the blood
shed was thn profaniug of the Jumraa
Miiej ed, nr Great Moique, by a Hin
doo r ett r an leader, woo lied a emxll
p'g in a painful p at nre within the
ta red cd flee, so that it toiiwu'cd with
all i s uiiiiht. Thin enMtd the Mo-
lioinmndans and they ess suited the
At Bombay a society has hem or
ganized to propagate hostility to Mo
liammedaa and to im ulea'e a general
kuowledve of the true Hindoo re
litfioo. The native religion agitation
is cjntinually gaining dangeious ac
tivity. Uiih caure ol much cf the
trouble ia the Iet that thn but'er in
common it an hati bcn foand to have
bein adulteia'.ed with pigt' fat.
Frisco Alrnandrr riajlua l'arl.
London Truth; I had a conversa
tion with 8kobileff about Prince Alex
ander when that warrior was last in
Paris. Huid the hero of Pieviu to me:
"He (Hattuiibfrg) wts In the Balkan
campaign, and went through the Hliip
ka Viae. He is Kuwian to tlie c re,
and a gay, no id looking siiark, mai'e
f ir the lite of an ollicer of t'.e ImpoiUl
(iliaid at St. Peterahurg. It was
agreed, after the Bulgarians were di
vided from each other, thut he was to
fot sent to luilguria simply as the
aint of Huasia, and he wont He
gave me before going Ills word of
honor that bs would to manage
things fs lo afford lluaeia a pie
text for in'er'erlng, and me a
Ireah thfa'er for military ad
ventures." 1 asked Skoheleli' wheth
er it was true that hi
mot! tr had ii tonded that he (Skifto
b ir ) wtta to have been iiihiI Prince of
Bu gria, and whether she wd not en
payed, wlim alia was murdered, in
getting up a piriv lo help in cairying
cut her idea. 'I he (i moral replied
thai, die was too ambitious for him,
nd that she ovrrrati d his abilities.
She thought he could pWy a pol, Ileal
put that of a Slay Uarihtldi in the
aervlce of the Cztr in wll ns a mili
tary one. But it was nrge.l aiminHt
her ichenie tl at it wasnotinhervon's
power to hide his gain-, ami that
whetbt r he liked or not he would ap-
IH'ur us a menace to Aus'ria and Tor
;ty. 1 tome time ago la kej on this
en'-joct wiib Veresnbagln, the Huadan
painter. According to him, HiiUfiilmg
was, whtnevt-r it eui ed Una ia, to fur
nieh a prut -x; lor Hueaian inteivention,
and be had nuide this arrangrmt ill
with the privity of Skoheleli'. Vere
flchaiu eald to mi that liat'en
berg wrote to Kkoboh'tT to coius
to fiu'ia ia and help him to ar
range thiiiKs so that Kuiia mlulit
lie a'du t B'rike her giard blow with
ceitainty. The palntnr.who hud been
ti'ider the lent with tlie Ciein r.il, re
plied: "lo your place I ahould not go.
lUttenbtr is an adventurer, and 1
ahould not cerlu nly iii'd bin name
by anvthing that might I ok Ike part
nerhip between us " "But I p rem
ind to go whenever bo might call
mo," an snored po r Kktbdefl. "Find
a preiext for slipping out of your
proml e," qu-itti the painter, "and
ion'r be mlxtd tin with him.1' Nko
belell a rote to Sjtii that the Cair
would roi Jet htm bo theie.
Viral KlKbl f"Jam.or Ibe Mem
Paii a, Oc ober ".The New York
J I nifd'a correspondent to'egMphs:
"JUAKE7., ( H TH MHX1CAN WAtt,"
an liiatuic rirjin in Hve ae's and nine
in'ili'Hiix, by Alfred OwHier, was pio
dreed ton i;lit i t tin T'ieir,i Unaieau
o'K.u Miiid a porle t temne-t of
rt ee', bi.-b, veils, scretebeH, eat cal s
a id liravoi
1 I1AMHC AND COMIT.KllKNHIVB.
Tln t t-y po t'iNB ii vivid c. lots ell
ttiophri e of iho Kinpoior Maximil
i. ri'e truic n.l.
l!azainc, ll.jrlo t, J Iter, tln finan
ricr; M r in ;n and the Arehhi hop of
Mex i! , N lit 'i Ameiicjii Iud'ans,
Mixtiii Iniicere. Aiu'.riiii Ineitrsand
Jiii pii itna em to have bton put
inio a d ie box, wi-ll hIirWi u and
ihi n to t ':ed f nth npnu the Btage at
tao Cha fiiu d'Ktn.
ACTION CK TMS IMKl'K.
'The tir t weno is laid a! I-jns, w bore
Alnxiniili in and C rlotla itcct.pt the
imp; rial eroau of Mexico in ih i same
ro .in al.eri lixely games ol roulo to
at d roiue et noi.- are biing carriad on.
A Maxi i.il-an rrcep'B i e criwn a
propl.i ti j voice is homd to exchvim,
"lit d w.if!" 1 t.c druuiii i huii dashes
tl roiii'h 'h- bdt let hi fore Pnehla, re-ve-i
s h l.air'i-o, dth s ;ape( f Juari-s
and tin- J u us likrst'al' gy of liazune.
Hi d w in.H up w.tn grti;d tablexux of
eiKU'ioii c f Muxm ban at ti iere
tar). The pi jy is incoherent, but contains
ff-venit r ailv line paerars, suuh as
- (tiLt hi.'tse. n 13zain and the Koipio e
Jiilo :a, a t en the (o'ini r arinouncs
ti al not a Fienih r-oldier will remain
jx Jlexi' O, end C'.rio ta taunti lit-
aaiee and Napoleon with fpar of the
Unttd H atfs armies that are abint to
sweep tha European troops from Amer
The p'ay was written in 1880, bat
was then interdicted by ths censor
ship on the gronnd of its inciting pub
The censorship is cow removed, but
this morning Paul de Caasagnac p )b
1 abed a most violent ar'ic'e, denounc
ing s a public dirgrace the prjdnc
t on of a drama setting fortn toe mi
fortunes of France, and the indcl cK y
t the family of the Empre's Carlotta,
who, eo long ai she lives, at least, will
have her mtmory repec'ed.
Publio opin on is highly exe'ted,
and as early aa 7 o'clock thousands of
stadenta and men in blcu'ei lo-d
throrgtd l' fore the entrai ces of the
TUB BUSH FOB rLACIS.
When the doors were opened at 8
o'clock the vast theater, capable of
teating 3500 people, was fairly taken
by storm. At least 3')00 foanr) plans,
and the galltrira resembled beds of
white chrysanthemums, tor (he stu
dents, who took possession of the
three front rows of the neper region",
to k off their c:a a end wsistcoate,
so as to be better prepared fur any
thing that might (urn up.
As the cu lain rcse, tho actors w ie
gree'ed wh a storm cf 1 i soj, fol
low d by tremendous cheer'. The
studi-nis, divided against eaih ct.je',
called each ottur names and kept up
running volliys of profanity and
chuff. The actors, wi h a.l'iidid
pluck, inai'niied to pull through wi h
their parts, but f ven in the front rows
of r.Wva ads it was iii;pns:bl to
ea ch more than a ttray worJ turn
and there. Iho plf-y wai a ir.ere i
pantumirne, as far as die suJieure was
concerned, from beginning to end
A TkMPKAT OK FUN AND I'HAKK.
The students and mn in b'ouae,
bowevei, did nut iraiiy 1 sa ihdr
tempera,, and when a wi d looking
Mexican with a li ng r do appearid
and made a long speech a siudent
shnutedr "Ioad your gun and don't
talk so nine ti t wiieu isuit pr.est
appeared in bis tcceeiaitical robes
tho entire galleries men and women
btj.ai iinitttive no ses iika ouckn,
and "Cioaek I quick I quark !" r sound
ed everywhere. When the Nmth
American Indians appeared in their
full war paint the audience shouted
"Uyngalaisl Cynaalais!" alludirg to
the inhabitants of Ceylon mw ou ex
hibition in the Jardin d'Acc.limuUlion.
I'HI.TIHQ Till ACTORS.
When IJjeaine, in a field marshal's
uniform, appeared, the tuenter bee une
a perfect pandemonium. Hotten ap
ples and eggs, and bills of puptr
moistened by the mouths of the stu
dents, were tluown prumiecuounly un
the aUga. but M. Hess c. who played
the angraloliil role, drew btck out of
range and boldly continued Lis husi
nefs. In the fourth act. where Ibe Rmnress
Carlotta d'n innces Unp'-leon III and
liazaine kb "Miseratilea," and wheu
aha shrieks indesnair "Jiazaiiit Na
poUonitoutitnauditsl' a perftct frerzy
came over the audienco.
Thirty or foity Imperlaliets slammed
their bats on their heads, shook their
fists at the students and left the
theater, (-'quads f the Ga'djs Ke
publicainea Miovnated the occurrence
of fights, and only a few arrests were
made. The students luckily never for
an instant lost their tempe s, and a
score ol thorn, with their sweethearts
Irom the Mtin If nar er, danced au
uproarious cancan in the gaugway
and aialea. Altogether it was a most
extrordinaiy enier ainuient. Hhowers
of nutshells fell lut) the orchestra
stalls and apples abourded every
where. As 1 left the theater, at nearly 2
o'ciocx this morning, I counted on the
steps the debris of flf een silk hat)
and several patent leather alio s.
a l'LUCKY COMPANY.
As to the ac'ors, it is impossible to
say more than to praise their splendid
pluck in managing ti g-t hrough the
drama at ad. Mill. Mum, who
p'ayed the "Empress Carl ,tti," is a
very pretty girl, and her gesturts
weie lino and diantutic, but, cf course,
it was Impossible ti hear ber voice.
Uegnier mads a very ll-rce louklug
and tiger like "Juan i. '
viiiwj of thc Paris rasss.
Figaro, tomorrow, will publidi a
luadur denouncing tin) scandal in the
hi tortst terms, laying the blame on
the author and the management of the
thea'r lor producing a play arousing
the dtngmms o'inonts of toiifty
against authority and religion.
The (Vjtifiiti will tioU the matter
more lightly, and M. de Pens, the
most dis erulng of the Paras an
critics, adml's th,U there are several
ixcnlleot pas ages In th- drama, and
praises the aotma of vi.Bruuet, who
t ink the part of Maximilian.
Paaia, Ootober 8 f. de Lesteps
will attend the dedira'ion ( Birthol
di'a statue of Lib rty Knlighteninv the
WorU, which takes pia-e at New rk
Paaia, October 8 Comts Civry,
natmal grandson ! ths Duke tf Brnns
wick, has been arreatod hare on a
charge cf swindling.
la Ilia Hear Old Days,
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
Blrablaiir.es of a Que head of hair. If
yon mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair llaleam will make you
look as you did in the dear old days.
It la worth trying. The only standard
50 oerita article for the hair.
Iiupona of Iry Gntxla.
Nuw York, October 8 The iuipotW
of d i y gojds for the wet k ending yes
t-udav were 11,531 prckag s, valued at
2,174,(:I!, arainnt 87tj pukigA",
valued at 2,170,4'J0 the p-evions wtek.
Ol the lo al tuipor s HSS4 packages,
valKeJ at $l,07.ri,4;,1, weri enured frr
COiiMluip'lon, end 1(117 fa.ksgo,
valued atflll'.l 158, weie housi d. With
ilrawala (r un warehouse f.ir the wek
were X'lOS packages, va:ued ntf441,0i)3.
Nanalor Plkr, r am llwmpatilrfi,
HiwroN, Mass.. O.toher 8. United
Slut 'fl Sena'or Ant n K. I'ike died
Biuldenly rt Fankliu Falls, N. H., to
day. Tne Senator had been in bis
unal health einc his re'urn from
Washing on 1 st May. While walk
ing around his farm, a mile above
Fmnkliri Fall, at noon toilay, hs sud
imily droppnl deid. He wa-s 07 years
old, and Haves a widow, one sou and
A. MOHT 1.IIII KI. Otf't.K! .
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Mich., oiler to send their Celebrated
Voltaio Bklts and Electric Appli
aricea on thirty days trial to any man
adlicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
IUE MSCOTTE DlSASIEft
HIE OFFICERS OF THE STEAMER
Dat the Coroner's Jnry Eecom
mead 1 hat Hie License of the
Eagle's Captala lie Revoked.
St. Louis, Mo.. October 8 The fol
loving deitls occurred yetprdy
among tno-.e ujurea in tne I wai
ci'te d saster, nuking the to'al nura
ar thirty: Maishall Wade, colored,
cf Walnut Hill, TeDn.; Albert li ce,
color. d, of Cape Michael: M. U.
Hcherer, of Cincinnati, 0. ; L-vi
Cnatham, colored, of Paducah, Ky.
George ti. Davidson, the beat's car
penter, Is In a very prccirious condi
tion and is not expected to live.
Ths Coroner returned bis investiga
tion into the cause of the deaths re
sulting from the accident.
Adolphe Evelyn, pilot of the Eale,
tcsiitiea that he noticed the expksion
on La Masco te, bur, beating no signal,
supposed that trie b ist was not in dis
t:es. When he saw tbst the was en
fire, however, he ordered tne deck
l ar.ds to lower the skiff and the yawl.
They cid so, and sided in tr.e nsuueof
tr.e passengers and rew. The rap
ti n of fie Kanle appeared on deck
eb'iut this time a id aeerned provoked
toet tit (tho nihil) had crdtred the beats
lowered. IIih Eagle then rau sshoie
ui d to itc on board a'l tiio e who had
tfcHptd fiom itie Lurning bo.t.
apt. v. t. j'.aough, of tlie i.agie,
t9 ti tJud that he was p iweiles to ren
der a iy as i'tauca to the Li Mascotte,
for his own b at would c r airily f ave
cmglit firs if he had rtinnpted to
pinh the hii'-ning bout aihr.re. The
vkw! and ik'IT had alroMly been low
fied wheu he came on deck and wo o
rjicuitig te diowning pastengtrs and
member of the crew, lie did all in
his power to allev a'e the eullerings of
the injmed ader they had been
brought abo ml the Eagle,
fevi-ral cf the L Ala cotts'a crew
tisiill d that Capt. Toorripiion, ma ter
of tne bu t, was the la-t one to leave,
and tlmt he did all in his pjcrto
sive the boat and her crew and pas
engrs. They all agreed that the
Eigie cou'd iiaw.i pushtd the La Ma
cttte ash.ire without endangering her
eelf. Capf. Thorn peon tesiiQed that as
soon as Le kntw the brat was ou fire
he io rchtd the upper and lower
decks for his ciew and deck bands,
but all but two of them bad been loo
leverely injuied to render any 8' 8 st
ance in extinguishing t e fire or had
made their o. ck.o. Mr. G.rareau and
he as-iisted the ladies to the s'yg-s and
supplied them w.tu life presurveis.
He then went bvck to thed cktotafee
a last bok and see if anyono was left
on the boat, end bsw two colored men
htnibly l uruod and scalded lying on
the forecastle, the flames jun about
to devour ihm. He then jumped
oven oard, swain ashore, ran down to
where the Eagle bad landed, boarded
her and repeatedly culled upon her
capthin to lower his his b jat. ' I told
him," continued Capt. Thompson,
"that if he did not do ro I wou'd reprrt
him. He renlitd that he bad no crew.
I saw at that time eight or twelve
men on the lower deck. He flua ly
lowr red ths boat. Some one was in it,
but had only one oar. It came ashore
and was afterward t-keo back to the
boat. Wheu the Eagie laudt d there
were pasrengers Irom the La Mas
cotte la the river on the ttng or
clinging to it, an J one or two clinging
ti a line ou tne bow ol the boat. Th-
Etgle cjuld hsve gone close enough
and sent the lifaboat, even with one
car, ICO or 200 bet and teksn snneof
thapasengais off, but Cpt. Etiongh
rofuned to d this. li s conduct
thiouhout was heartlnrs ti tin ex
treme, and he teemed wholly indiRer
e t to the condition of the dying and
drowning victims. When railed on to
go to the Cape, he rf peatedly raid be
wanted to go o Giatd Toerj also
sid tha he wis mtin ng thut boa',
and that tuo tinny wanted tD bave a
sty in lunnl g her. I t ld him that I
bad sometniiig to lay, and that Hit
vai money ho warned, he could have
tlut. I tried all but tao or
tnreo of the doos of the
s'htatooun on h a beat and they wire
all locked. From wha1. I saw the
cantain of the E'gli rendered no as
f IsUnce whatever except lo bring the
(ied aid dying to Cape Girardeau."
Alt r the evidence was all taken the
jury alni'ut inimothtely returned a
verdict exonerating the Ulcer ot La
Maac itt from ol' blame and aeverely
criticised Capt. Ebough, of the Eaule,
for bis trentiimit of the survivors and
for Dot attempting to tun the burning
boat ashore, and recommeodeJ that
his license he revoked.
Kaploaiou In a I'oal Mine.
Bratsk Fauis, Pa., Oot iber 8. A
terr flu explomun occurrtd at Dtvid
son's cjal hank, j iat weet of town,
yeaierfiay, the result tf which wai
A D. Davids in, owner of the hank;
David Htiusou, f riaian, and H-ny
Jcncs, mlntr.were badiy burned. The
men were opening a new dilft, ard
prnetra'cd into en old rojm in which
a large amount of gts had accumulat
ed. The pas ignited from their un
covered lamps, and in an instant the
explcs on took place. The men were
thrown quite a diet nee and their
lamps put out. Fortunately they were
all able to make their way to the pit's
mouth, ahere t'iey were met by a
large crowd which bad been drawn
together by the noise r f the explosion.
Tne men are severely injured, but
llriillhfiihifia. pr. I'riit 'a Hnklnir IWtlrr rnttin
H Amnion t a, Mmii .Alutii or Mutr-pnAti', Pr. ITU'i't
l.tlraK-tB, VaiuJlav, Lt iuuii, etc., ikvur Uvlu-louljr.
PWCE BAICNGPOWDC CO. Ch'temp mnd SI Lifc
etljr Vrt A victim
youtnlul i ii. rr u-
drn'a, eiuilna Premnliira Ieer. N'ervnu"
llebilitr, Loit Manhood. tn.. bavina Irlrd
in vain avorr known rem.ii. haa dlanovared
a ituipla loll. pure, which ha will lend I'KKK
to hit lallow tuSarari. Addraaa
0 J. MASON,
Foil Cffloa Box 31?.i, N,w York City.
APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 180.
SKIN S BLOOD
Din aaea, from Plnipla ia Ncrofnla,
laraa nj nllcnra.
Ilnndrrda nf letlera In nut- itni.anatnn. ann.
lei ol whioh mar ha ha I by ralii'O of mail,
repeat thia t tory : I hava been a torrib.o auf
fnrtt (' r yeara from liifeatea ol iha Skin and
Blood; hava bean obliged to iIiud publio
piacea o reanon or my diaCnuriair numora;
nave bad lha beat nliy.lo.ooi'; haa ment
hundro'la of dolUra a'.d ko. no relief until
Iua-dtbe Cuticcka Rkiudiks, nhioh bare
eurea me, ana ie.1 lay akin and blood aa
pate ai a cnua a.
oviBi:n with malt hiiei si.
OuTici-Bi BavtniRa a-a the crait'ent rnedi
inet on earth. Had the worit case of Bait
Kbauin in tb i country. My mothrr bud it
twenty yean, ana in lact died Irom It. J ne
lieve CvTicuat woulj hava aaved her life,
My arma, breait and head were covered for
three eara, whinh nothing relieved or cared
aniu i uaea toe tuTiocaA eaaoi.viNT, in
lernally, and CuTicuaa and Ci tici k. Poap,
externally. J. W. ADAM-3.
IIIIEAD, FACE AND BOOT RtW.
I commenced to uie your Cutioub Rias
rilB lat July. My bead and fane and aome
uarta ol my body ware ilmmt raw. Mr head
wa. oovared with rcabi and aora, and my
uttering waa fearful I had tried every
thing I bad heard of in the Kut and Wett.
My care wu conaidered a very bad one. 1
have now not a ttaninl nf Sain Humnr
about ma, arid my ca.e ia ron'idered won
deriul. MKa. S. K. WHIPPLE.
a rhVRH mokk earn.
I mut eitend to yon the thanki of one of
my customer! who ha kflrn oored by naina-
the Cuticusa f kmkuiiir ofan olda re.caured
by a long anell of aioknrmi or ever eight
year ago. lie waa an bad he wat learful be
would have to hare hit Teg aaiMitHtel, hut
ia ham. ir to mi be ia now intiri-i well-
found a a ilollnr. IU rrqi ent) me to Ufe bi
niiine. woiou ia 11. n. i.akon. iMronni, or
thia place. JUliiM V. MI.NOII, brufg rt.
ClTTtrcaA Rkukihkm up ui.I.I avftrvwhara.
Price: Cuticuba, nu eta. ; Kksolvkkt, SIM'S
tioae, 25 olf. Preparod by I'oitkb Uki q and
Ciikukiai. Co., Boston, V'.-k Nniil lor
Iiitw lo lire niilu i,i . !.."
RRIIRQ Pimelea, Hkin Illcmii-hos and
UnUDO, lj,bl IluinnrA cured by Ccti-
nOW IT ACIIBH.
ru..i int. i.-..tnnu pu-,a in.,
I fvJraV and U't l'liicn, nnd a I
It JPJVstriiina am! Weiknona n llvnl
WTCJt 'I " "" "' liy ihe iluil-J-jf
I eurn nil.niu a-lialnr. At
H htur drugeiita, IK een'n; livi fcrtl.W).
Potlrr I ruaand Oh-miral Co . Holon,
ally oatiattd by a ditM,rdurod condition ol tho i. I V fe R
tor all oomoUlnta of thin kunl. Mich aa lurpidity ui
tlio Llvor. llillouanoiw. Narvom l)liplis lnilie
tloa, Irronularlly uf tbe lloweln, Uoual ipation. ltu
lency, Kruutatious and buniiug ol Ilia btoinacu
laom -tiium called lluartburn), Miina, Malaria,
Bloody Flua. Chills and Favor, Briiakbune tnvor,
KtbaUHtiou boloM or after Fevora. Cliruuio Uiar.
rliuea, Lona ol Apnutito, llHulaclw. Foul Hreath,
Irregularillaa inuideutal to Heiualee, Boariria
down l'.oi, nick.cha, Ac. Ac. STADICER'S
AU RAN Til ia Invaluable. It "J not a panacea
r,r all ci,.ii. hut. will CURE all rJlafinaoa ol
tho LIVER, STOHrlACH aud BOWELB, It
chanKoa tha t-ouipToAion from a waxy, yellow tinge,
to a ruddy, healthy color. It entirely leinmee h.w,
gloomy ni'irila. It la one ol Uie l" iHi'"""."
uivt 'ar.iera '(f Iho HlooH, ami u aoluotl "!,-.
For nale hy all Urugglata. Prloe 81.00 per bottlu.
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST., Phlladelph'a, Pa.
DR. 0. HAKE'S
BE 8URB YOU GET TUK OENUISK. Iks
Counterfeit! are made in St. Louir, Mo.
Cream Itolrat&S LY'S
Oivei Rs isf at
one and Caret
imi fa.ii.rt lit
Not a Liquid .Snufl
or Powder. Frc
Druga and Uffen
A narliolo il applied Into each nostril and
la agreeable. Price Ml centu at DruvgiaUt
By mall. reglatered, SUoenta, Ciroulari free.
KLY IlKllti., Prugai'. Oweau. N. Y.
PLEASANT T'l 1 i,t
THE GREAT ELjjD h.S
For Dyapcpaln,ll .li i'a.ii;i nx-uta
Of Iha IMgeallv" ()r;;:in und tha
Liver, Skin UIaoa, l utu, Iturna,
Bcalda nnd BruUca, AC III 1IION
E VIt 1 11 la a apo llic.
Ilheuinallim, lnlarlHl Dlaor
tlera. Chroulo Olnrrlirria and ok
atlnnta cnaoa I liluud l'ulaonlaf,
yield waltkout (nil law vr on aer
A a tor trt iaV U(itlla,t8t Mad
f all aleralaiMi MKa, fpuaipaved,
from Iha A. I. '., n)Mla, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
At Wliolisala 1 VAM VI.KF.T& 10.
A. F.Davis, Painter
HAS RKMOVKD TO
No. 353 Socond.south of Union.
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A NATURAL TONIC
Arid Iron linrth. I
m imn Mtd
Trait ' ?!nrt .1
FISHES MARBLE WORKS
WE DESTRK TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF PIKIS tl ED
M AV IIIII.M W . j a, a' : - L - HAaar lanaa lalalt r1a.ai.... I
. , m mim viwpmimu W turuiru now wuia nvm aawvn uvaitjii uq inoil null CIS
ALL WOKK OUARAKTEED TO BE 11IIST CLAJSt
Tea a J a. .t ..u J-ta I nt .
aa SHI rVBpajUa IDH
W ioMcit your ptrorW nd requeU
bftfnre rnrchtvtlnar ala.tihjM
w awJ,'MMiiffr'iaiia nriMit-"--1""- TiMnkiatiii.aVi"iiJ"
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding. Lumber,
W aw m m: . . .
iiB ana swngiea, i'looring, Celling ud Cedar Posts.
1. 1. mm & eo.
LUMBER ID! RUG ill
DoorH,MHMli,Iliiil4,oIdlHKs,alI kinds of Door nnd Window
I rallies, Bracket?, rcroIMVork, ISoub nnd lrcfted
Luuilicr, MiiiigioN, I.athx, Water TnukR,
AH klodtiol Wood Work lxccntcd at Short Xotice.
Xos. 157 to 178 Washington street, Memphis, fenn.
(LEyHEBEOSMof Como.MUs. (
Hps. 3S6 and 358 Front Street Merophla Tenm.
JOSEPH SITHARM AN.
ADER, FRANK & CO.
Cottoi FactorsAVliolesale Grocer?
St Front Wtteet. Oppowtte Cwatom Ilonne.
flAPOLEOIf HILL, President.
ii. j. lyus, cannier.
nMs Citr Fire & Gen'l Ins. Cn
HOES A SEKEBAE FIBE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION-DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
m. i. cou , jambs ami
D. . MTIR3,
H. FURSTlCNHBtlf, WM. I. COU ,
OfHeelS Sf BlUon (Street, MeBapblff, Tenn
Ao, :t31 Second Street
aar TF 1 o BtooU.-w urBtyllwh lnmotxtm.-wm
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BR'JOKS.
BROOKS, KEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 3G7 Front Street, : 9Iemiliin, Tenn.
ELLY. ROPER & REILLT,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors.
Sm. 803 Main Street. Gmj Illock.
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Nteain EuKlneft, Sfat liluery of AH Description,
No. 332 SECOND ST
fA i &X 08 Second St. Memphis. T.y
14 1 jiFUNDEK8 & MACHINISTS,
-:CC & tX-i-A V?fl MANUFACTURKIIS AND DEALERS IK
a 1 j.
. ri i"!; . aptniL "iOITICF Wa aronrevareJ to till ordan
?jV'r,'.)' Two Hundred AMorl.d m,.i
W-.tiV1 arhend lor Cotnlouue and Prloe-liit.
U Uilll Kafl MKmIiII Iv W Baal Sal Va km m
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Se? worthy Vessels ci
. aa m a.
Ginhouse. Sacks furnisnea 10 responsime parties.
124 and 126 POPLAH STREET, MEMPHIS.
and Second Sts.
IV RITV juiill aaimiavnwu.
that you call, ex t mint our itock, prioef. eic,
F. H. NOKFLEET, Eesident Partaer.
Tf . IT. W1LIEKS05, Tloe-Preeliek t
AID MARIS! BCSISBBS.
JAMBS REXLLT. J0 LOAHCJ
AND SALE STABLE
H. M. KEELY.
iiKiitf), KoilerH, MawiitlUfs
Bradford Oorn mid Wheat Miil ,
riaatton Freaa, f'otfoii tiitn-L.
notioa, lorma roiei rtna mwan raira.
Thursday, Oct. 7ib
FRENCH PA1TIRX BONNETS.
NOVKMIKM OK TMk SEASON.
No. 233 Main Street.
OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR.
THE course of study ia aztended, thorough
and practical, affording aaiierior fooili
ties forobtuiningaeound basinens eduoation.
For Catalogue call at tbe eahoolroom or
addros T. A. LKDUIN. Prmoipul.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
League," of New York, or any other
fimt clasi art ichool they may desir. to en tor
XO. 57 MADISO.V STKEET,
SCHOOL OF ART
THE MIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMMIIS, .... TEXIV.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
taught by the methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati School of Design, first success
fully introduced here by Miss Carrie Des
londe Dobyna, Principal School of Art, tha
Brnd far Npprlnl Circnlar far Art
8ARTYN'H OWlIf IH I At, HIL.
i l,EMI-.,313 6'h Sr.. Waihington. D. C.
opens October JMh. Provd s a i Tactically
useful bu.inessoilucation. Terms: Lileichol
arabip, $10 Boardina, stationery, etc..
twlve weeks' c-urse, t'i. Kor niroular Urea)
address Martyn's Commfroinl College. .
School of Drawing and
46 N. f'onrl Kt. CI. W. Dale, Frio.
PROP. DALE, a graduate of the National
School of KUiMition and Oratnrv. Phil&J
delphia, Pa , will receive a limi'od number of
pui ils in Crayon and PjsI1 Drawing and Klo
ciition. atrbool 0eni Onlober 15. Terms
Reasonable. Public Heading., a Specialty.
The Iligbee School
FOR THE niGHER
Education of Young Ltidies
Beale, Lauderdale and Joaiamine Et.,
Incorporated with Collegiate PrlT
AN INSriTITTMN OF HIGH REPUTE
Fall Term Opens Monday, Kept. 20.
ffar-Thoroairh English and Claaslcl Course.
Modern Languoges by foreign Teachers.
Book-keeping, Suort-haod and Typa
Schools ol Art. Music and Elocution noted
for exception! advantages.
bpecial studenu reoeived in every depart
ment, A new and eleaant buildlna- will be erneted
during the summer and tall, wherein will b
lurnished a spacious study hall, large pri
mary school-rooms, olass-rooms, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant mansion uatd for boarding
pupils and tbe wooded pleasure grounds.
will lorin one ni me most complete acuooi
foundations in the South.
I'atal nuei ready August itn.
For information address
MiasJKK.Ni M. UIUBRE, Principal,
Wen phis, Tenn.
HE DUAL BF.PABT.il EST
Tnlane University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1M7-18&4, tha University of
ITS advantages for practical instruction In
diseases ol the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superabundant materi
als from the great Charity Uosnital with its
700 beds, and 20,000 patients annually. Stu
dents Have no nosp ral-tees to pay ana so
cial instruction is daily given at the bedsid
ol the sick, as in no i.ther institution. For
catalogue or inf rmatlon, address
1'rot. o. K. UHAlLliK, m. u., uean,
P. O. PrnwerWl. Nw Or'onna. T.a.
04 ft W BO.LERS-
tomkm man mm
SAVAKD ?LANII.QK!!LL SUPPLIES
Aj. WKITlS POU CATA1.0K17E. "V
A Valuable Paten!.
rtncy'e lllersrl I'era and soa Vlaav.
EA V'ING rerfoctod my invention, I wish
;o plioe it bofore iha public specially
miirnlcctsrera. As a Corn Planter, it Is a
perleet uo-eas opens tbe drill, distributed
tha seed accurately, ininiured, and ooveri
the saw, thereby oaa man parformlng th
work of three. Tho, hava been used in
tliii section foro-var dote n years with tor
IIOO. .aiiaiw.u-'u. mu sit. nrvb.i.i.
Haywood oounU, Io0
JsiS . ' .
817 and SIOST. LOUIS,
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