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THE AMCBISTS' PLOT
TO BURN TIENX1 MADE PUBLIC
BY THE ADTHORIIIES
The lnlgarlnn Situation English
and Irish Affa'rg From Other
Vienna, October 10. TLe Vienna
police have ftmntlied tl.e press with
an account of the recently discovered
annrebifit 1 1 )l t j barn Vienna, although
many detai b are obviously eiipprei se J.
The plot .8 shnwn to bave surp. srd
in ttteit md oi'jbulcal irgeniity
aDy dyrauii p plot bitberio concccttd.
8evei.teea f tne c;rpitatiJS bf.vd
beeuanestod. An examination of the
rns Ultra i-how Ibat ilie plot vai
hatched ai.d directed from America
and London, and ai to bo carried out
by iennfH8 ataicriiBts who rucdiitly
relumed f;om America. Tbe plot
was cleverly crgaDiz:u. me con
fp'rators nere divided into several
gioura, o? which one wan detailed to
set fl.e tVtie town, gncthtr to take
charge of the dynamite operations,
and another to forga the utxes-ary
official documents to coin money for
expeDSfS. Fartiei ware detailed to set
fire to IVtzra, Uuttroieidliog, Haigin
doif, Ueui!:n a:id Faventen. The
pice ot wit, d of the plot and watched
it until it was almost matured. Ttiey
receive umvurtal pr.iie fortherzjai
and circumpestion. An acarcbitt at
Pra,us save ihe tirct inf irmttion con
cerning ihe ouspracy to the au
thor,tus. The ) In ert) oro nio-tly
Czecks ULd Gfrmaos. They held te
cret mtetini'S in a thvern at Penz g,
where operators wersiretruetedin tte
use aud n-aiiufa-.ture of bombs. The
eeizires include) numerous daggers
and bach, djn; mi e, hie bottlts for
filing building, printing tind forc
ing implements and a vritty of dis
guiees, all ; i f.:e most ingeoioui char
acter. An tlif-r pift-t to obtain monny
was by means of forged documents to
frighten old ladiee, at wbece houses
- the plofe:8 wou d make a domiciliary
visit uoiler prttencn of seaicbiog for
counterfeit money, when they would
seize all the good inoaey upn which
tuey conn ly hanJs. A itcent lire
in a private hcu e wai the result of en
experiment with a ura bott e.
Gen, Kanlbnra JReenmes Enraged
anu xsiaiiuiases vt-irgaies.
Sofia, Ojiober 11. At Ru tchuk on
Saturday, Gn. Kau bars met a depu
tation oi avowi d Kauo-r bibisu. The
Russian Htent made a frie'cU and
when he bad core uded the d -It gate
f xpres-ea a wish to discuss vnoua
questions with him. The general be-
came enr;ce and turning his back
on the delegates, dismissed them from
Itie t nspendinar or Dlplomntle Re-
oofia, Octooir 11. The govern
mc-nt altaeb little importance ta the
aclion cf M. Neklinduff, the Russian
agent here, ia su-pendicg ciplomat
AiMscedcn'an Voivoide.who was i
rested here, admit s d that he wan th
leader ol a land of Macedoniars or
ganizsd in Yerit Zigra and Eski Z igra
to act against tne government.
Elections for itl embers of tbe Ureal
Sofia, October 11. Inthe cily elec
tions for un-mbe.s of the Great
Sobrai je to elect a snccseeor to Prince
Alexander all tie government candi
date") n&ve t een sncceeslul. M. Kara
velofl, prc-Hugsicn, teceived but fifty
votes cut of He 1510 cist inhisds
Prenatl nsr, a Note to tbe Power,
London, October 11. It is reported
that trie liuiaaa uovernmeut is prt'
paring a note to the powers, which
will be tl,e forerunner of decisive
meascr-s in Eu'earia,
Plot to Create IHaXirbanccs Ills
PuiLirp.rou8, October 11. A plot
nea been discovered to create revol
throtighouf, the two Bu'garias by
means ol aimed bands engaged bv th
Russian consulates at Sofia, Philippop-
olis and Rustcbuk. Several of the
ricg leaders cava been arretted.
Kanlbars' MUsloo a Failure,
St. Pbtbksbcro, October 11. Gen,
Kaulbsis has telegraphed the Czx
that he nit: at now be either recalled
or furnished with troops. The failure
of his miaeiou i generally admitted.
A lludiiet of N rw n From tho Sa
Bkrli.v, October 11. Six Social
Demociats, torn' cUd with a party of
2UU worxirg majors who, on Ascen
sion Day, got into a fight with ihe po
Iicp, have bean Ecquuted. ihe jury
that tritd tt.em was composed of well
to-do tit zens, and the verdict was an
immense eurpr.Ee, the charge being
conspiracy auaiDtt the peace of tbe
country. It was intended, in case a
verdict of guilty was found, that tbe
sentences should be a number of yt arj
in Mates prison. Jfifty witneEBes were
eiamine i, and tbe trial lasted two
daye. The. Socialists are rejoiced at
An International Congress will as
semble here on the 20th instant. The
adoption of ' Greenwich as the firt
meridi nwiJbe strictly enforced. It
is proposed to establish a central geo
detic office in Berlin.
The late Abbe Luzi,'g partially writ-
isn juemoa icrioe nano win De
completed by his biographer, Fraulien
The Berlin Borxn Courier has ad
vices from Bremen Eaying that the
North German Lloyds are about to
order the construction of several new
steamers of the highest speed, and
that the campiny will mcrepse its
capital to meet the ccst of the new
What tbe Government Propose to
Do in Parliament.
London, Ocloher 11. The Daily
Ntwi says: It is the intention of tbe
government after promising a home
rule bill to take up the procedure
measure a the first business of the
session. The government have so in
timated t) Loid HarMngtn and Mr.
Chamberlain, but nttbing dtflnite has
been arranged. Although the govern
ment hope to carry the home rule
measure by a majority of 100, they pre
fer to iecure the right rf cloture first.
It is likely that the Parnellites will
object to trie governmert programme
and insist that 1 iih affairs be the first
The Timet attributes the Daily News's
story aboot the government's imen
tions relative to Ireland to the despair
of the Gladstor.ian and Parnellite
patties over the growing power cf tbe
government and the Unionist cau'e
and the failure of tbe rent war through
the inclina ion of landlords to offer
and tenants to accept reasonable re
missions. Tbe Socialists la London,
London, October 11, The St. Jamet
Gaz'Ve tas: Entbunatt'c scc'a'i ts
chelate tht thounndi o men ieu-
lany drill in Loi don, and Ihev boast
that t hev ire able to put 100,000 armed
men iu iue snee r.
r. GlndNtoue'a Health.
Lindin, October 11. Mr. Glaiistone
is suff. rioa from a cold, which keepi
him wiibin c!o:h. The cocditicn of
pis flauLter, Mif. Drew, is ttill cri!
Wlint Wa. O'UrlenSaid at Qnileen,
Ijublin, October 11. fjpaking at
viniecn, o'iso, etnrtlay, Mr. wm.
O b:ien aid if the poopie allowed the
winter to as quiet y the govern
tner.t would uso that fact fgairet
tiiuderone anil I'dindi. Ttie i.ng l sh
Libera's would not nionrn if another
lit of rack renters weie excelled from
Iceland. If the government wai fool
ish end criminal tnouh tj suppress
the National Lf gaea thousand secret
bcc etlts would r;oe metr ad.
Plan to Split the Katloaal League
Dublin, October 11. The FrtemarC
Journal describes the alleged Tory
home rule scheme ai a deliberate
plan to split the National Legne or
ganization and minimize the Nationa'
The Irish Time pronounces Ihe
stoiy that the present government in
tend to propose a home ru'e b 11 to
palpab'e a canard that it is a wonder
any journal could have been d ceived
by i .
Fatber Ifalhrw Celebration.
Cork, October 10. Five thousand
members of the Leaue of the tro s
a to al fbstinenca society, pi.raded
throach the street t toJav to eel brate
the annivereary of the b'rih tf Father
Wathew. They wtre acrompani-d by
two bands of music, and sang 1 1 it'll,
trench and Amfricin tatii ni.l ronga.
Al-borifth rain was falling, 20,000 per
sons viowea in p rfi.
U lug; tieorae, of Greece,
Paris, October 11 Tr.e Tempt pub
lisbea an account of an interview had
by a member of its tail' with Kin
George, of Greece. The King said his
government would maintuu en oh-
rervant a.ttude with reference to the
i-at rn question, such as was msia
tamed by France. He referred to the
f xample of Charles V, Louis XIV and
Napoleon, and expressed the opinion
that no power could long maintain ab
83lut supremacy in Europe.
Sensational Letter From the Pre!
dent of Jleaico.
Paris, October 11 The Nouveau
Monde publishes a sensational letter
trom uen. jj az, resident of Mtxico,
tothe meet that during, th'j late at
tempt to es abl'sh an emnire in Mi x
ico, Mar.-hal B. zdne, through a third
paity, offered to place in his hands
the towns occupied by the French aid
to surrender Maximillian, Marquis Mi'
ramon and others it he accepted a cet
tain proprsal, wbich Die z iejcted be
cause he deemed it di-thonorable.
The I nlmn newtow Presents on a
Lonpon, October 11. A Constant
nople disratch eavs tbe Sultan Las
been especially attentive to the Admi
ral ol the trerci Mediterranean
squadron ard has bestowed costly prcs
ents upon him.
EoRland'a Sew Mlniater to Turkey,
Constabtinopie, October 11. The
Sul'an has accepted Sir William White
as iir.tibh Minieter to Turkey.
ItiiNlueas on Ihe London Stock Ix.
London, Oc'ober 11. Discount was
easier during the past-week at 12.
un tno brocK exchange there was an
upward tendency. Fricss were irreg
ular, doting strong, (specially En-
glish railway secuiiiies, wi.ich were in
ac ive demi nd. Under tbe influence
of the lecovery of passenger traffic
American railway securities were un
settled. Buying was weak, ihe cur
rent of speculation having met with a
tenporai y cnect, owing partly to the
approach of the foitniehtlr settlemtnt
and partly to reaction from tho lecent
rectless purchrsit g.
Berlin, Oclober 11. Oa the Bouise
during tbe pfst week rrces were
tttady and buying was general. There
was a slight advance until yesterday,
when a number of realizjtiors caussa
a fract'onal reduction. Prussians
c'o-ei at 106, Dutcha bank at 10B,
Austrian cold reil at 93.75. Austrian
i-ilver reil at 69 40, Austrian credit at
410, thoit exchacge on London at
20:99, long exchange on Loudon at
20.28J, and private difcnuut at 2J.
Frank kor-, October 8. Business
on the Bourse wai acttva. Prices
wire firm throughout the vtetk until
yesterday, when busineas was limitid,
owing to tbe absence of Jewish brok
ers, who were observing tha Jewish
nouaay. Aus.nan silver rentes at yu
Hungarian gold rentes, 8": Austrian
credit at 220: short exchange on Lin
dm, 2019, and exchange on New
lorkat 4 24
Ml uitter Cos Home.
Nbw York., October 11. The Hon.
S. S. Cox, Minister to Turkey, arrived
nere ytsrerday on La (JhamDReae
He says his visit is partially in conee-
quence of important business con
nected with his mission, and about
which he must contu't President
Cleveland. He f.anklv ravs be will
ds a candidate lor re e ec ton to uon
gre b if his old constituents will nomi
Over Many a Leagne
Bpreaui tha miocma, or poironoui vapor,
that btgeti malarial and typhua fever.
Wherever thore is tgnant water in which
vegetation, or refuse of any kind decays,
there, as surely aa the sun rises, are gene
ratod the setda of fever and ague, dumb
anno, and oth'rendemic maladies cf the ma
larial typo. J' or tne euects of this enven
omed air, Unstet'er'a Stomaoh Bitters fur
nishes an antidote, end nrivnntH hoth tbe
contraction and recurrence of such mala-
ies. Even along ibe line of excavation for
the Leneps Panama Canal, where malarial
diseases are not only virulent but deadly,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has demon-
crated its incomparable nrotective quali
ties. Not only fur febrile complaint, but
also for disorders of the stoma' li, liver and
bowls, for rheumatism and inact'vity of
the kiiltmvs and hladdnr. It ! van AffV,MivA.
It counteracts th tile eta of fatigue, damp
Esprias Kobber Captured.
Littlb Eock, Ark.. O.itobor 11
The fc'oatharn Express Company re
ports Ihe capture of II. B. Miller, the
express robber, in Tennessee. Miller
oie several tbou-and dollars from the
expresi company at Fordyce Saturday,
and when captured had $1500 on his
Sozodont the ladies pride,
Only ma's it deride.
Zephjri of flower ladden air
Only with it can compare,
Doing good to everything,
Oa every side it praises riDg;
Neglect to nse it, ladies wont,
They all must have their Sozodoht.
MEMPHIS DAILY A
THE JiriOML CiriTAL
IHE SEIZURE OF VtisSELS.
I)alfl?8 at Ihe Treasury Department
Bids Tor Marble Works-Silver
abhington. Oc oVer It Tlin
Stave Department hai r. ceived a br ef
dispatch from tLe American Consul
General in Canada coi firoaatoi y cf
the reports t.inchicg the se zme rn
Sa'utday last hv Canad;aa customs
oflieers i f tbe American tehooner
Marion Or mes at Shelburne. No h-
ing is iffi ;ialiy known at the depart
ment concerning tbe report-:d seizure
by Knssian ollictals in the Arcti
ocean cf the American echooner
iuniet;a. The British Monaster, act
ing upon ins'ruc'i ,ns frtm bis gov
ernment, ba? applied to the Depart
ment of Sta'e f ir all information ob
tainable in regard to the recent se;zure
of tho British Columbian schoonera
Onward, Thornton and Carolina by
the revenue eteamer Corwin, for al
leged violation of the lans reaulatincr
the hunting of 66hU in Alaskan wa
ters. The application was referred to
tae Ac'ing fc'ecretarv of the Troi-anrv.
and that otficial today transmitted to
the Secretary of State copies of all tie
correspondence in the Tieasury Dl-
parimem prating en tbesezuresin
Washington. Octobsr 11. The
Treasury Djpiirtment has giauted the
application of M. N. WiBdoin, eccre
tary c f the Nor;h, Central and outh
Amsricin Exposition at New Orleans,
for permission to w.tldiaw and ex
port independently fiom the original
import packings, taintioKS of various
fo:ei?rt er:is which wereimporUd
for the txbibrion. This action was
b.'sed on inforuip.tion that tt e expos
tion is bankrupt and ia therefore una
ble to re-export the paintings loane l
it by various foreign artists. Koine t f
thea ts'shavo oidered ttieir works
to bs leturued trt them fit their own
expense, and tbe breaking up of tbe
packings as originally iuiDorttd is ab-
Penalon to TeunesBeenns.
ICOBKIgro.VDlNCg OP TH1 APPgAL.I
Wasuinoton. October 11. The fol-
lowing ponsions were allowed yrs'er
day to people in Tennessee: Russel
Garland, Stockton; Isiac Holt, Mon
roe; A. J., fither of S. G. Smith, Hol
low Rock. Petition increased to G. J.
The lsvne of ataudard Mlver Dol
tars lor the Week.
Washington, uc ober 11. The i
eue cf s andard silver doll i ra from the
mint3 during the week ended O.tober
0th, was $934,883; during the same
period of last year. 1.084 744. The
shipments of fractional silver coi
tince October 1st, amount to J2G8.289,
Circular to Collectors of Customs,
Washington. October 11. The
Treasury Department hai irsued a cir
cular to Collectors of Customs direct
ing them to report to the department
the force actually employed bv them
in tbeir respective dr triots on the 1st
of November, 1880. This is done to
enable the department to comply with
the provisions ol the act of August
1882, requiring the Secretary of the
Treasury to preeent to Cororesa
statement of the number of officers
end employes that may, in h's judge
menr, ce uecesssiiy to cxnduct the
business of collertina the revenue from
customs during the fiscal year ending
June au, iasn.
Will Not EiHtiloy Convict Labor,
Washington, October 11. Bids
were opened at the Treasury DoDat-
ment today for marbie work for the
postoflice at Bdltimoie. There were
five bidders, as fol loirs: Davidson &
Nons, Chicago, $89,988; Burlington
Manuiacturing uompany, liuriington
Vr., $95,600; Hugh Sisson & Sons,
Baltmore. S9G.0OO: Picket Marble
and Granite Company, St Louis, $108,
000; The Green Serpentine Marble
company, Wilmington, Del., $ 187,000.
Unusual interest attiches to tbe let
ting of this contract in view of iepre
sentations made by the marble work
ers of ltiltimore that unfair advan
tages had been shown to the Joliet
pneoti contractors in order to insure
them the contract. The result shows
that the only foundation for tbe aD
prehension that the wcrk was to be
done hy convict labor is in the fact
that Mr. E. D. Biainerd. who has a
contract with tbe authoiilics of tho
olitt p:ieon, leprespntp. in this in
stance, the Burlington Manufacturing
Company, whose bid for the maible
work is next to the lowest received.
Mr. Brainerd, in eubrciUing bis bid,
accompanied it with a elatement tha1
the company which he represented
did not contemp ate tho me f convict
labor in any way in case their bit
should be accepted. The t flicials of
the Supervising Archite t's office say
that tbe character of the bids received
today fu'ly shows the just'eeof tbe
lepresenut'ona made by the Balti
more marble workers.
DR. C. HcLANE'S
BE SURB YOU OBT THE OENUINB. Tag
Counterfeits are made in tit. Louis, Mo.
Givea Rg'kf at
one sad Curea
or Powder, Fre
Drnga and Offen
la applied Into each noatrtl and
aarreeabl. Prio GO eenta at Tirniroi.ifli
By m ail, registered, 60 eenta. Circulars fre.
Mil invo., vruggiata, uwego, H. I,
Prof. Chs. Ia Vtm Seerjer
A'i,l ol rthe Jtxyal rf ",""' 'f'r'"
rnutuin Unier of M ,
of Ihe Lroiim o honor. Aw.,
Mt'.Hin re.K cur a
liiolt ; ( 'hrvalitr
t.ic , says :
should not be pod leu . led
lth the horde
ol trashy cure-alls, it -,tn
word a natent rtmedv. 1 m
senre ot lb
oonrormut with iu lirulo ot ei-aration,
nd know It to beuotoniy a lertin. Ht ',,",'
maceutical product, b- t nl.-o wortL "I?
high oommaudaiions it has rot-eire ' ln a"
arts of th world It c, ntainj e. n" UI
leef. Coe, Ouininc. Jr,.n an,j ol'i
'hicn are dissolved in nure ffAini,i Hi.
ish imperial Crown Wherry."
Invalnable to all who ate Uun TOnwn. Kjn
vous, Dyipeptio, Uil'iin, Malarious or af-
fliotod with weak kiuneys. uiwaie of
Her Hnjeaty'i raTorlte Comiellc
f7fel bu her Roval Ulah nema th Pmimm m
mniee and tne nnoiuty. tor the Pkin, Coin-
lexmn. bruptinna, tcaiiuinv. Roughness
l.IO. Of druvreiats.
l.lEHid .' Wennlne Kvrnu ol
Nantapnrllla ia guaranteed aa th beat
aaraapariila in in marK-t.
N.T. Iept, H VHKT STKEF. f
YTf&Culv nrfo lilsfit,,.. t..p k ...u a.
aud Teetmng. A pro.1ikliHt,t?ol lor Ovr
peDTica, cpneumptivna, Convalescents
uimnii ii iu vYiiating D senses.
Eeaalree no oookina. Our ti,
and Feeding of Infants, mailed riue.
DOUBEH. UUOUALB ti CO.. Baaton. M
Koch's fat. Store
II KLVIXd iaadiuttnhle to ment onv nerd
or business. It la cheaper than old style. Can
he put up bv any one. I iiMiiiilel lor
l'nulry auil Hook Mieltin. Address
liOtll A. II. CO., tffrM,,
841 JII ST., 1'IOKI i, II I..,or,
Wlmmosis Harlwaire'o.,st. Loula.Mo.
Must of the (aiMMHeti v incli n lilu'l m iuklml urn di itiiit
Ally uaiiHtid liy aeJiruirtltiriKlci'iitiitiotiul tho LIVER.
For all comiiliiinU ot ttiis kiutl, mich m Torindity til
ttiH LivHr, jtiliuiiittiuHH, Norvotm lMiMtpBin, lnil imita
tion. Irrniiiilarily of Uie UimthIh, (JoiiHiipHliuii, Htu
leucjr, Kruciatinni mid linrniutt '! the Ktmm-b
iuini'liinos calltMl lltwirtl'iiriij, MiatttiiA, Mnlann,
Hottdy Flu I. (JIuIIb giiid Iovit, Lttiuikhuiie lW'vtT,
Exhaustion lwfura or jftT KHVtira, (Jlimuiu ltr
rtiuHiv, LtHW of Apputilu. Utituicvijiie, lu-ul Bn'tU,
lrrttfrtiUr.tUw tncidoutai to Keiimliw. Hi-nriiia-duvvn
Hninrt Ituokaoha, o., Ao. 8TADICIiRf8
AU RAN Til ii Invaluable, It w notatMUincHA
for mil (tiHoft.es, but will CURE pH dlsnnsesot
tli LIVER, STOMACH null BOWELS. It
man (iti itiu voiuinuxion trum a waxy, ji'iww iinfru.
to a ruutty, nuaitiif duor. it entirety reiuiivut. iw,
ilttdtiiy Bpirltu. It Is on of the fVf AHfrmitn
iui furiirra of th Ulotxt, OaVi l a wluai'le Unir,
For aalo hy all I0ruftut. Prioe 81,00 por buttle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor.
140 60. FRONT ST., Phllndolph a, Pav
W. N. HALDIAN.
Preaident of the Great LOUISVILLE C0U
H1K11-JOURNAL CO.. tolls wnat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure
Orncs or thi Cormsa-JoimHiL,
Dr. WinUrmnitliSir : I waive a rule I have
bserved for many years, the value of your
remedy prompting me to say, in ropfy to
ir request, wnat 1 know ot your Cb
e. Ihe urivato assurances of its oflica
Ii I . l . , i ,, .. r : . . jr.. .
had observed on Mr. K- V. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had teon lore-
I UU Ull J LU, HUUIt rUBUIl. UI It.
man of my office, induced lue to test It in
my family. 'Xhe results have bfen entirely
satisfactory. Ihe flr-t cuss was of two
yeara' standing, in which I beliove every
known romeuy nan bcon tnea wita tempo
rary relial the chilla returning periodically
ana with eeemingly increased suvcrity.
Your oure broke them at once, and there has
beon no recurrence of tlieiu fir more than
six months. The other ilsii was ol a mililnr
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies ; but the ohill would roturn at iu
torvals until your medicine was used, since
which time, now aevoral months, they have
entirely disappeared, from the opportu
nity I have had toiudne. I do not hesitate to
express my bolief that you' Chill Curo is
valuable speoifio, and ofiunas all you
promisoior It. itespn-iluiiy,
W. N. IJALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PKTKR A CO., Agents, Louis
PLEASANT TO Tr!
For Drpepsla,Till derail;; -mciit
Of the nig-cetive r(f:lil und the
.Irer, Skin Dlson.e. Cuts, llnrns,
Scalds nnd Hruina. ACID lltO.1
E A II I'll Is a sprrlllc.
Rhenmatlsm, Tlalnrlal Dlsor
ders, Chronic Diarrhoea and ob
stlnate eases ol lllood Polsonlnaj,
yield without fail to Its wonder
fa I csgaragtva aaowcr.
A ah fa twm pawpklet, t he haad
f Ml dealers- seal, fasts-sUd,
from tha A. I. ., njalle, Alaw
PRICE, FIFTY" CENT8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ,
At ffholeeale by VAVVLEET& CO.
TO TIIK PUBLIC.
WE, the undersigned, having bought th
entire business of manufacturing
nrmture. Mattrft.H.t.Awmnirs. Tents, etc.
Irora Henry Buttenberg. would respectfully
ask a shire ol your atronage, knowing full
ell inai, rora long ixperience, w can ana
ill ive entire sain notion to all work en
trusted to us. We will be ready at all tln.e.
to furnish Awninra. Tent, Paulina and all
kindsof canvas work: makeall hinds of first-
olass Mattresses s revair, varnish and make
all kinds of gurnitare; reupbolater Parlor
uita. and deliver nds free of obirn. Car-
pats renovated in the true Persian styl. AU
work done promptly and at living prioea.
K. Bultenherar A to.,Ksl (second.
Wr TOR AND ttl
A NATURAL TONIC
AaM iroa Karth. I
J NOT AJT
' Traidc T,:'J',Ji
OCTOBER 12, 1886.
utual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
It I ('11.4111) A. MXDIIDY, I'rtKfclent.
Thfc Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company In the Horld.s;
OFFICE-NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F, WILKEBSOY. Affcnt.
F0UiM)KY & MACHINE DKPT, lftOto H Adams St., Momphif
ca...g,, T2f iCjr: H M,
llonse (t'X'-";- -
tjlenornl " jasj-
TiJ. ' .' 'XZ. IR 71 I a I IIF VP til i
m mnmm im
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DKP'T, 2JG and Second Nt,
, (Suooeaaora In this lopnrtment to JOHN MAN0QUK.1
aiw-Wrlte ns for lnfnrm.tl.in on ANY TH I Nil In nUhorHno.
Tho Planters Firo anil Marino Insurance Co.
OBIee In (npnay's Ilnlldinar, No. l Maillmiu Rlreet, Memphis, Tents
ii. i, runir.r.,rr. i ,ihm. irr.imil. Jr.. Tlr..lrM i l am-ru u ,
F. II. III'NTI-H,
irint.i ii. HHUOKB.ol lirooka.
1. T. POKTKR, of Porter A Macraei JOHN OV Kl TON. Jr., J , C, M 1 1, L8, J R '
GODWIN, of J. R. Uodwin A Co.i J. M. (HIOl)B 1. of Uoodl.r A Co i
J. M I'll I 1.1 I U J IliUllWIil Dl.-lll.-u "vu''
rotntnenetd Ilii-lnt a. In ls7.
., . . welllnsjs Fspeelnlly llealreil.
Also Representa the 8rMNorm.n Firs, of HprlngHeld, Mass. i (Ikiiroia llous Insi'RAIICR
rmi-NT: MorsTsts Tity, o ChnttanooKn , 'lenn.
J. T. lAifASOH.
o. o. Hint.
J. I. FARGASON & GQ,
S21& Frmit Street, MempMa, Tenu.
id to si will bar oar careful atUntlon. W tarry at all Magu walk
a.l.aUd atoek ol
Stzpls & Fancy Groceries, Wings, Llquorsjcb&ceo & Clgart.
will H I
" 1 -Ill - -: .:srK-iS,iisal;l-1 .
W. T IIOWI1 UU.
v .1 t t
ggiaig ta nig iggg gngy ig rvtv. i iig (gga Mtg avar.'-gJe
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
J. T. LaPRADE.
Late J. X. LaPrad A Co.
No. 301 Front street,
arllavlnt retired from th Saddlery and Ilartesa bnsineaa and opened an offlo as above.
wa are pleased to announce to our frieods and
to serve them ln our new capacity,
tended ua In th old tin, we trust to
Cotton Factors, WMesalo Grocers,
Iff. 11 Union Ktreet.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
f, r ' t,,'
''llTS- K' ALLIM0X Et COT I ON CLEANERS.
B A L V - - All 1 1 n.l as amis. t7-...lJ D. 1-1
Jalan I. alllvan.
TTholesale Grocers. Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 Mid 234 Front St., Qempliis. Tern
infill ADAU ABB JkViraUWttB.
Hjr. LM.UJM BT ieroteg tig waol Ho te th w.lthlng and aal of all Cottel ratkgrM
. I JDiinrira
Neal. On H I. ('(.1,'l-lM rniii...i a.r,.., -
I.oasea ant' ui.. nr . miiii
R. jV. FARXKR.
. l. wowsso;
AW (h. .IVM
IItATT OIBT 0.
Daniel 1'raU Cotton Iiih,
FKEDKK8 AND COHDKNSKRS,
M9IILKY, SMITH & CO
Fralt Fellpse llnller Wins, Feexl
era nun uia atepairers.
OS to 101 l'olar Ht., Monijihls.
erPratt Kevolvim-llead (Una nne
qualed. btock now complet. Pries
rettuced. Correspondence ana orders
tolioitad. Old (Una Repaired In Kirs I
la a Ord . All work guaranteed.
W. I. JIOU1U10,
j. . ...ii. mn.
Lata with J. T. LaPrad A Co
Mem phis, Tcnn.
th public generally mat wear now prepared
Knturnlng thanka for lb verv liberal natronaa ex-
receive a share of your favors in the new.
LuPRADK, Mod HATH A CO.
: : JU emnlils, Temn.
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. Nuil Ill's lat. Ncparaior.
Eagle Eriiiwe llnller (linn,
1'IhId 10-Inch Gin, and
uikiT-rti I'RV kriKltimi s u i-mm
Prirs at Faotorr. ttlUO and tllO.
Disoount to th Trad.-a
, Blfl, 89a a-,OBl it., Memphis, Tena
I. JT. Clau k.
DR. I). S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS
IKstabliahed in lftlO.I
DR.J0I1NS0N ia acknowledired by all par
ties interested as by far Ui most sns
cesaful phyaician in the treatmentof private
or seoret diseases. Quick, irmanent cure
fuaranteed in erery cae, male or female.
eoent cases of (ionorrbea and brohilia
cured in a f. w days without the use of mer-
business. Secondary Syrhilia, thelaa
fury, cuange oi aiei or ninaranre Iroia
Involunnnry Uiss of semen stopped in short at
:nrcn wupo'ittn use ot mercury,
i ry hiss of semen atooned in hnrt .
timo. Sutlerera from linnotancv or In., ni
sexual powers restore to free vigor in fow
weeks. iciiins of self-abune and exoetsiv
veneij, suBoring from spermatorrhea and
lossof physical ana mental nower, speedily
and tcrniHneiitly ciircd. Particular atton '
.en P.lid to the l)iieae of Women, and
c rf mmnir.tioJ. Piles and old torea cured
wiih, ut ihe use of caustic or the knife. All
cont-ulut nns strictly oi.fidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all part of th
rWirtlnimn enred at half th otagt
rales. Oflic hoars from II o'olock a.m. to
oclo.-k p.m. D. B. JOHNSON, M.D.
I'roiiOHnls for (onstrnctlng; Lerees.
D04RD CP COMMI.OSIONKRS, 1
Poll THg fTH L.. ISIJ1A LKVkK DlHTRiriT,
S . . !'. October b, lsd. )
RALKT) PROPOSALS will b. rew.v.d at
ti-e otti.-o of the Hoard of ommisMoner)
orsih liouisinua Levee Dmtrict, at Delta.
Madison parish. La , or at tho ollic, of the
r rondent, Vii-k.iburs, Miss., up to VI o'clock
no in on Mi.ndsy. th Uth dny o' Octber.
is', lor the ooustruciljn uf the f.linv.n.
Appro i- Depos
itee. lily, m ate tt e-
. C Yds. quired
Haleisb K. rnrrnll
r,. unrrn'i, ':ii,tsi hhi ik)
lm.iKO ph) mi
rihipp'a Oayou... Tensas
Miller Fiold Madison...
Klton E. Carroll,
Door P.rk Concur Ma,
Lske Concordia, Concordia,
Killarno M.dienn ...
Prn oals for shove nnracd works must be
aopurnte, and each p oposal must be signed
by th porson uiakinir ilie Fume, and sealid
In Its own envoi ipe and marked "i roposala
to build lovee, ln Puiish,
Iroill giving nHniKof li va ..rf
of parish, nnd of pom in linking propoaal.
A deros t oi outran oioriey. or certiflsd
bank check ia ronuirrd for enoh levoa to th
amount ntiove sintcd. wblrh hmil,i l,.n.
closed in tha sealed envelope; saiddeposit
to be forfoiicd to the Hoard ol Comiimsinn
era flh Luiiis-ena l, even District ia case (he
I'"";)!! to whom the work may he awarJcd
Shall full to Man artin'es nt iurMin,nt. ti.l
coiuplctn bond within forty-.ulit hour after
H'Hld will iin ritiilirnil 1 iy .n m n.il
ceed five (,S) rem per ruhio yard on th
amount above staled in ndvertlferiiont, with
two U) aurelios, who will b reouiird to
make oath that, th.v nv. .a..i. ....,l. ........
and above liabilitiea and exeinotiua.. 'ns
moint of bond.
Tho Hoard rosrr-es the rlK to reject any
and all bids, withilraw frota luttin. such
levee, as thev inav Jeain proier. and to in-
oreae ordiminiili t; e otforii,K as (bey see nt.
lnf'irin'ii'on as to li ration and i bnr:ictor
of wuik and terms ut payment as a!n blank
f'-rilis for rrjnosat. mav ba nblnin.it at tlna
ofllce of llourd Mate Kn-inenr., New Or
leans, i.a. OHO. C. W ADD ILL,
1'rosiiiont rith l.oui.'iiina Lcvco Inslrict.
CORRUGATED IRON SID1NS
And Iron Hoofing.
ii; hi MM
IvilLV Iv'J ll'fKlrlS
Fire. Wind. Water and lirlitnlnw
P'""' Buitabl for all kinds sf buildings.
Kor prices and estimates at factor, rat..
oall on or address
MKMPllia METAL A WOOD Mlf'U CO.,
iia A 440 Main at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it..
Ileadiiuartors for Iron Fenoi a and Cresting,
Oalvanlied Iron Cornice, Tin Kcola ABtovoa.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS1
OK TIIK 1II1MM Iilii.v K N 1. A lit. I. II, In. 1 f.l.i p-Kt,
mi:I.TIH-M:H. I .. . I. n Ii,-i,..iii,, ..I .-rn.Tu?
"1 ,-F, .,l-,r. ,lli,t Hi 1.,111,'ul,!
V. 8. Knhinsir Oi-Kirg,')
inu rroni sir
oiempliis, Tcnn., October
UKALKU PROPOSALS in trlpllcato, tub
kJ Joct to the usual conditiona, will lie re
ceived at this oflica until noon of October 211,
ISMl, to bo then and Ihero publicly opened,
for the furnishing of all necessary material
and labor, und laying ol about HOI) squares of
Biiecidcations and blank forma for propo
anls can be lud on uppliciilinn at this ofllce.
me government resorvea i be right tonaiv
dofocts nnd to reject any or all bids
Ciiptnin of Kninoer
II. 6. Army.
alt yxmr mtnllor for 1,'is Original f 3 Hhoe;
ll-'wnroof Jinlutlona, .. 4
NoneGenulue uuleu bearlug ihlsHtamp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
aluuv ln IJutUiu, Oonrrrmia nnd Lace. Kret Oil
fciti. unoxoelloillii lrrs
vili t y. Contort and Awar
nine. A Kialianls ntta
niwlll lirlnu- vim Informa
tion iiiwtoK'i 'M shoo la
auy butto or l'orrllory.
J. Hoaiis t Co.;
i i.mi'uin ri
Thlg aboo stands hbrlier In thoesttmatton of
Weartrt Uinn any oilo r In tin, worl.l. Tliou
sands who wournwUlUiUjruu Ibu ruaou IT yuii
aak them. 1
J. W. VOEOET.I to CO.
Tnia BKLT or Ha
genor tur is rcadeeg.
pressly I or tbe curt
ot deaenorai'-" ol
Ii generative or-
aans. There ia nt
. Vl ; . . ' .strumec
strument th oon-
KLhtTKIOl T V rr-
them to healthy action. Do bt confound
this with Kl.ctrio Belts advertised to cur
all Ills from head to toe. It is for th ON f
apeolBo purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatllon. address Cheever Kleatrio Dg,
Co.. Iiw Washington street. Chicago. III.
newspapers and estimates o th coat ol ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, Anda In tt the information ne re
quires, whil for him who will Invest one
hundred thousand dollaia In advertising, a
scheme ia Indicated whioh will meet hia
very rouiruient, or can b made to do so
Dy snslil cnanii'j-easily arrived at oy corre
spondence. One hundred aud flttr-threo
editiona bnva boon iaaued. Bent, postpaid,
to any addreaa lor ten cegi. Aui-ly to 0 KO.
V. HdWKI.li 4 :J., ISKWSfAl'rK u
VEKTISINU UURKAlMONi.rnoeat. iPrint-
ns House Nnuara . TVW Tnrlt.
We iiHi,lly reromaiena
Du. U U. Iimi r.m(- ly
anowa tn w. Sag ooaufttKca
W. ban told coxl-tgr.
abta. aad la gnrr sua I
KudKa. N. T.
80M by Dnirr'sta,
MEtll It It V at AMU.-D. K. C.
Win-' Nsivt and llnna TaliTnliT.
s guaranteed speoifio for Hysteria, Dinl
nsa. Convu'aion.a, Vita, Nervoui N.ural-
, Headache, Nervcra frtistrallon, caused
by lb us ol aloonoi or tooacoot rrate
fulness, Mental Depression, Battening of th
Brain, resulting in Insanity and leading to
misary, decay and death; Prematura 11 d
Age, barrenness, Loss of Power tn either
eei; Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, eaust J by over-exertion of th. brain,
a.lf-abus. or overlndulg.nc. Kach box con
tains on month's treatment. 81 a bog, 0
alx boxes for 15, a.nt by mail prepaid, oa -receipt
of orice. W. taarante Big Boxes
to oure any oas. With ach order received
by ns for six boies, accompanied with II,
w. will s.nd th purobas.r our writtoa
guaraote. to refund th. mon.y if th treat
mnt do ot .ff.ct a ear. Guarantee.
laaod only bv a. RKNKKitT A (10, , Drag,
gisu, Memphis, Tena. 4
11 ,i 1 m
I A iaV. M "S.
flf ae, "llansdymtlsMtooon-
r- ' "it oontalna liaU ol
M A ''ISi 1
f w I TO ft UiVS. .
M 0..r.olM4 bM miH
mmi Mrg.ni tn-Oj.
I'.'. V'O" Chtaletl 0a.