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SHIES OF TflE CABLE.
SZirsFBOM ins British isles
- AUD THE COST1NEST.
A Bill to Tx Foreigners Britlsa
Dlnaatch Boat Vrecked-Ldj
Campbell' Oiroree Salt.
Lbnioh, Oclober 22. Tbe ftory
that ihe Csar la'ely killed Baron Re li
tem, one q( bis aide.', with fabre,
while nni'er tbs imprenion tbat tho
Baron waa about to make an aitunp".
b his (the CmrV) ltf, ia rsitera ed in
advices from St. Petersburg.
Kill I Tax rerelgaera.
Paris, October 22. Tbe comnvt'eo
appointed by tbe Chamber ol Depu
tie to consider the bill for taxing all
foreiflnera carrying on buBlotra ia
Pisses, and tbe bill making it obliga
tor? on all contractors on public works
in France to hire only Frenchmen,
bare decided to report favoiably upon
tbs first meat ure.
Rrlllah Dlapalek Boat Wrecked.
London, October 22. The British
dispatch boat Imotne has been
wrecked at Ga'lipoii dorirg n ing. Nhe
mm at tbe t me proceeding frcm Con
stantinople to Balonira, from where
he waa to convey Sir William Wh t",
the rewly appointor B.-iiish Minister
to Turkey, to Cunsiantirioplt'. The
crew were saved. Tbe Imoene waa
an iron yec'.it of 4C0 tons.
(HHin Iba Mrlilnaa riDnarlal
Folic la k-typt.
Par's, Ostober 22. The Journal d
Dtbat$ cenaaie tbe British tVr their
financial policy in Kgypt, which, it
cay, has been contrived with a vii-w
to aveit Ktuop?ao intervention in the
finances tf tii coantry. England will
never (netted, tbe paper main'ains, in
withdrawing Egyptian aff in from tbe
jiutcon'rnl bf those int rented, and
adds: E-gend remains in Eiypt as
long as rhe prweihly can, hoping that
tbe Double in Europe, which otieaftks
to prjvuko, will allow bur to establish
berrelf permanei.t'y in the rounlry,
and Imginta that trance will res go
hercolf to an act ol appropriation,
rendering England mistress of the
rents to tbo French colonies tnd sov
ereign of tbe Mediterranean. Great
people somutioifs cberlth great illu
sions. lady Campbell Naee tow Absolute
Lohdok, October 22.-The North
American Cable Mews Company tele
graphs the Nw York IMtntneta fol
lows: In 1888 Ladv Colin br.:ngl,t
ait against her husband, ynnnger
son of tbe Duke of Argyll and brother-in-law
ol the Princess Louise, f. r
jadicial separation on the groond of
crnelty. 'Ibis suit was betrd before
the president of tbe Divorce Court
ad special jury. Lord Colin was
represented by tbe ablest counsel, and
iter a three days' tiial the jury w.th
ont leaving the b"x nnbeaiiatingly
gave a verdict for Lady Campbell and
tbe Geurt pronoanceu decree judi
cially separating- tier from her hus
band. At tbat trial Lord Colin's
leading counsel, Dr. Denne, Quern's
Court, said that they bad no imputa
tion of any kind to make against Lady
Colin Campbell. The raatti r, however,
aid not end wiih tbe dtcree
gainrt Lord Colin. Some moths afior
ward Lady Colin fonnd it XHCO'sary to
institute suit against her huebtnd
for complete divorce on the ground of
adultery. It is this suit which is to be
tried in November. Lotd-Oolln filed
a cross suit against his wife, charging
her with misconduct wiih four per
sons, one hr physic'an, Dr. Bird, an
other Cant. Shaw, of the fire brigade,
another Col Butler, C. B., author of
"Tbe Great Lone Land" and husband
ol the woman who painted "The Roll
Call." and tbe fomth tbe Duke of
Marlborough. All these men accused
by Lird Cultn indignantly asert their
innocence and Lady dim's. They
have long been her fi lends, and it is
an open lecret tbat Lird Colin origi
nally attempted to induce his lawyers
to bring similar charges against no
fewer than fouiteen other men. So fur
from being deterred by this pr -
tending of her huuhaud, Laily
Colin has instated that her
it ahall be sat. down for trial and
complete investigation demanded of
the wholesubjeci without delay. She
has made voiy tfl'ort to get her cane
he rd before this time, but l;s met
with C'pwuitlon, and h.s only now,
with d dh'Uliy, succeeded in having
the trial set for next ui'inth. Theie is
goueial feeling of sympathy with
Lady Can pbell in this caio among
well infoinied prrsans in 1 ondon, and
the proceedings are awaited with anx
ious interest. It may l:e exid that Dr.
Itoaue, who, as counsel for l.oul Colin
Campbell, pioncunced L.-ily Colin free
d nay imputation, w,ll defend Cpt
Stiaw in tho ccmiDg triitl of the libel
The Tseatb by Cbelera.
V i inn a, Oc cber 22 Fourteen per
e ns died oi cholera in I's li yester
day aad two in Triteta. Thirty new
cshi s were repotted tu the formtr city
aid twenty-lour in the latter,
( able aVlashra.
Vibnna, October 22. Tbe Emperor
ol Austria will s on vieit thu Kiug of
Italy at Hor'nce.
Loudon, O.taber 22. It h believed
tbat M. Waddiugton, French Ambas
sador to Lugland, deuiacdi Uiatliieat
HilUiu fix a dednite date f r her
evacual'.ou of Eiyiit.
rt'i.i.iN. Ortoher 22 Tl o govorn
mnit wnl no'gJtiixs the podio of
iifUuDtMi the D' b'.iu mndtd, and sub-
etitatH tiu iih-i Justice) fjrtbttprta
-n.t b ruuhh Mduit'tratei).
THE ALASKAN KXl'KDiriOM.
!inl I.li nr. Hrb wnlkn Najra of Tbrlr
r,,rkcn Tn ... D-t.ihrr ?' T.lant.
F ede'ti-k Sr'iwatkM was in ths city
j i. ii i.. .
VWe il . ii" a1 Jiv re uriiB i
Inni Auk', lie ta d ho was r'ite
o'littfcid itni'cin:roeri'y of twoNjw
A' ,y iidAMtxr. nv.ir liin ilisp ivnr
I 1 w . . . v J
of ihuJ.tiie r.ver in A'r.ekn. "O-e
pap-ir pi yd ttieie w no sunn river,
v nt en itie 1, cote natit, "mid it thre
in one r a an Id uue with a new
tine I am just go n U try and
-.aib 'be tmi, -lee 1 w u d (.how you
JtiM t U'ti of my ilisiov ry, but you
-rau fay that tb Jones rmr is a new
ijitcoviry : thtt I f !lowe 1 it fcr thirty
vr.iij.a ihar it i Tint HnVL'ii nn nv
rccoid f r mar, bu'. that it will ba on
vry i fhc al lusp ot tins countrv and
be rcc.rni.z-d tu w rid eve-." Lieut.
I....tiii la taituf1 f,ut. I.t 1)H tliiarl if I
prtvtte expidititiu ee: t out 'a t cpting
JOr AlH-an. inn in reuiu n.a Ul nil
v I., i ,i j I'll m a ,r. lill -i. v 1. 1 maltn
an Hi-cert of Mount n. K lap, which is
J9,5U0 feit Ligh. lie had a parly
it nbont teive u en mtii him
:....l.wli.i. li.iliuliH ard n)t Air
illlilW.JI.'K ... .
fcchwa ka Brti i Hut the expedi-
I..IU " ' a " -j ......
its obi ct, or readably to; that they
f .1 .1 . V. - M. ..rl.in t. Hi. 1. f
ClUULKU 1UD Ull. ui.uiu vv. UI iiiKui,, u,
17,200 fret, and were prevented from
goiog higher on account of tbe clouds
Tbe snow line ia at the bias of tbe
mountain, aad several miles of
glacier had to be traversed before tbe
patty reached the basep'ior to the
atcent. They wers four days in mak
ing the a cent, Mr. Schwa'ia said
tbat too expedition wid not be re
newed. Oomrarative'y little is known
of Alaska except that f the coast line.
The Lieutenant said that itsressurces
weie great, but tbat some iuter.'tts,
like tbat ci mining, as in other sec
tors, were uncariatn. Other in'ereats
or prod nets are, he said, tberoughly
assured, but need development. The
liberies be mentioned among other
things as veiy promising, but needed
a population along tbe l'aMfla coast to
develop tbeenterprlgs. Tie fur ted
inteieata are leiding at presrnt. Mr
Srhwatka left last evening for New
A IVallva r raatal Ifarrles a
raabioaable Baila f Waco, Tea.
Mr. Robert II. B. ker was bcrn and
reared in Memphis. A few years ago
he located at Wao, Tex., and by hon
est Industry, enterprise, intelligence
and popular manners he has become
a prosperous merchant, occupying tbe
front rank in social and bus mas cir
cles. Tickets announcing the mar
riage of Mr. Biker were issued two
weeks ago and Maj. M. Burke and
wife, stepfather aud mother of Mr.
B.ker, have just teturced from the
wedding, and jmlg'ng from the Waco
p:-pars it was a mutt brilliant mar
riage. The W4C) Day tw. "All the
tonds in Waco ltd to the Firnt Bant.fet
Church t hi i af eruoou. It wai an out
pouring of the hist people of the city
to tee an cftimalile young couple as
sura j the bo lest vows sad wish them
G d f p-ed tn the voynge of m-rried
life. The tcuaslnn was the marriage
of Mr. Robert Holmes Bakr, cftbe
firm ol Young A Biker, and Mi s Nel
lie, daughter of Mrs. J. 8. Faulkner,
all of this city. Tbe exceptionally
high pergonal and social standing of
briue and groom had invested
tbe evmt aih more than or
dinary in erest, and by 3 o'clock,
the hour fixed for theceremony, evety
siat ia the tpacious and beautiful
church was occupied. The following
young men acted a udiere: Meairr.
L W. Bi-ghy, W. V. Fort, K G. Pat
ton, S A. Marshall and R. II. Dowu
man, courteously indicating guests to
mi l Near the altar aat the Ktvj.
Dr. B. H. Carroll, pastor of tbe church,
and Dr. S. A. King, pajtor of tbe Aus
tin Street Pieihyteran Chuicb. It
a ai a bril iant gathering and a b.il
liunt tcene iu the few minutes of
waiting tbe antral rf the brida; party.
In a section reserved for them sat
fonrteen yom g ladies known as the
"VTorubipful Oompiuy i f Cocks," an
organisation noted ia lecal society cir
cles for toe filegance and refinement cf
its occasional entertainments. The
fairbildo made the fiftienth member
of tbe organ a ition, and her fiiends
were prtsent to bid her bon voyage.
Among o her guesti were Muj. M.
Buike end wile, if Memphi", step
father and mother of the groom and
Mrs. Faulkner, mother of the bride.
Just after 3 o'clock the orgiu struck
up the welding march and tbe
bridal paity walked down the bioad
aisle, preceded by the five gentlemen
friends and ushers above named. The
bride wore a ta ty traveling costume,
which fi'. her to peifdct on, while the
groom was attired iu a reit dark busi
ness (nit. The Rev. Dr. Carroll per
formed the cmemony, while ths Ker.
Dr. Kiug oueted tbo closing invoca
calicn. Tbe ceremony was very im
pretslve, and while it lasted tbe bridal
pair' wers tbe cynosures of a tousand
pairs of eyes. There was no time for
congiattilations. The married couple,
with friends and relatives, left the
church immediately a id wt-re driven
to the Misnouri IV i lie dopjt, where
the lust g loi-bycs weie said and the
train was scon speeding ncrihward.
Mr. and Mis. B iker go fiist to St.
Loirs, Chicago aud Memphis, thence
to Hew Orleans and home by tbe way
of Ualveston, being absent from Waco
perhaps a month. At the home of
tbe bride this moroirg could be seen
an array of bridal prtseuts, a list of
which, if published, would fill
this column. They were evi
dences cf the friendship ex
isting toward the young conple
and came fiom irlemla here and in
other Statis They were at once use
ful and bi aiitilu1, cover, ng the entire
field of utility aud ornamont, from an
elaborate chamber suit cf furniture
down to a timple vase. As souvenits
ol today's luppy event cur yonrg
Irieuds will no noiiDt k ep ana pnr.e
them through life. And now, with
the vourg couple wadded and grne.
there is but Ltt'e more to ba said.
Tin Day eMeums them t o highly to
indu g in the common-place, stereo
typed exprottioriB so often used iu
connection with shcIi events The
long and short of it it that Mr. Biker,
one of tho u a'iiiosi, worthiest youug
men we have evei ku .wu, haa won a
saee', srn'.lo and lovely bude lovely
In person, in mind and in heart.
'lhy are young and all the world is
In fore them, i.acu is wortny oi mo
other, and their niitures and taetes ar
congenial. They will find, as others
have ijund. that wedded l ie baa its
cares and its respm-ibilitlts, for a life
without these, to dircipllne the char
acter and test tras nianuood and wo
manhood, Is not worth living. But
the.) will find, too, that in matried life
theie may be more of hannine s than
of sorrow, more of mnrhine than of
cloud, and if the wthrs of thtir nu
nierous friends and their own aspira
tions ate fulfilled (as I As Vay trus'B
and believes will bo till cse) then
these vouna peon e should bo very
happy, now aud always. Guod bye,
and a sate return to borne and friends
A MOST LIBI KAL OrFKRl
Tub Voltaic Bki.t Co., Mareliall,
Mich., odor to sond their Celebrotod
Voltaic Bkltb and Electric Appll
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllictod with Nervous Debilit y, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, eto. Illustrated
pHiiipblet in scaled envelope with full
particulars, mailed tree. v nio mem
lrpalniia for ika pnlna f
nauiinvin imia naiirwiu,
Nasbviii.b, Tknm., October 22. Ex
teiiBive preoarntioGS have been made
fur throwing open the Mammo h Cave
railroad early next month, the road
is nine mi es in length, running from
G anw Junction, on the Louisville
and N anli ville line, to the Mammotu
Cave in Kentucky. It was built by
capitalists of Nashville and Louis
ville and is (tamlard kiuza. Thtough
Gov. Knott, of Kentucky, the Gov
ernors of all the Hiat'S and repre-
BintiiveB cf ona hundred leading
nevrspapersof Amenct wij bo invited
Of nurn Cod Liver Oil. with ITvpa
phosphites, is a miw. valualda rcmaiy
f ir coiiBumpt'on, Bcrofula, waiting dis
ea e of ctdldien, olds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
thra ia a Inaa of Hush, a lack of nervo
power and a general debility oi the
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOUEK 23. 186.
POOR WORKING 1Y0M
STBIKE FOB TIBTUE, FOS DE
And for Better Wages Testimony
Taken 1 bat h Unfit for Publics
tloa A Horrifying l'lctarc.
Naw Yobx, O ;tober 22. T' e Slar
Buys that the cmitilt es ot the Brook
lya Central Labor Union which lav
been appointed to invtBtigate tbe
barges of immorality and abose a'-li-gca
to have existed in the yarn
spinning factory of Jo eph T. Prrkins
& Co . at the corner of H wper sre-t
and Ke;.t avenue. In the Etttern D.a
trict, wsre in Be s on from 9 o'clock on
Thuredy morning unt 1 neon, and
examined eight cf the e'llking girle.
Trie b a emt-nts of tbe girls ard pre
pared ai affidavits, and altar being
sworn to will be presented to the
grand j in y. The investigation is heing
canieu on at the beadquirtirs of tre
rlkers, Temperance Hall, on Ktnt
avenue, near Myrtle avenue, 'ihe
committee has determlred to figtr
Perkins & Co. to the b tter end, and
yeetetday decided on a new i ouree of
p'ck t;ng to prevent the firm from em
ployirg anv aiditional help It wai
also di cidt d to rend out the following
appeal to labor uaio.'S ibnaghou' tie
AN APPEAL TO 0R3ASIZED LABOR.
Wa, the employes of Joieih T.
Parkini'i wnrsteU mill, appeal t. onrsn
iioil men -nd woman to aid ui io our OKbt
ailiiii.it tb immoral aud trmnnlod on
iirsiaioni impored u on u tor tha pelt
bi.et mplnr'.d in farkins'a worsted null.
A(W repostod afforts to hava tha iiroprimor
invetin the imtuornhtia ana opprrs
Ions, aud failinc, th aliraatl?a of coiuirf
cut wu f reed upon oa. Th-retore, wa P"
paal to you. In tha oa ua ol virtus rod bo
ralitr. to aid ua in our fl.bt for juatioa. Alt
donaMoni aluiuld ba sent to tha hxecutive
Comniitlee, louiporanca IJall, Kent avenue.
Theapjical ia eigned by the Ex in
t've Committee, who ye.tuidiy wou d
.rot consent to ths public&liun of thdir
In the large waiting room of Tom
peiaDca Hall about filty f thestr king
girls sit yesterday afternoon. Toi-y
ia 'ged in ace f om 14 ytar-it) 22, but
manvcf the younger otia Wo d
c ared tbat ttiT wer 14, appa td
scarcely oter 12. Thrj wre many
pretty fi; eos among them and pca'celv
feature that could be ttrmid ' hard."
NeAilyallof thera bad lime sort of
feminire ceed'ewnrk tn thei ' lapsnd
kni'tii g needles clicked tndns oiou'lv.
A jOBug wemaa with an iu ereHing
lac, brown hair and qubt g ay e es,
who put down one of hober. L uh
Stevenson's latent novels aa she spike,
laUrd a) out tbe a a e o! affaira iu Per
kins's fr.ct. ry which brought about
"We not only wattti be roro'ected
from immorality and abnsp," she said,
b it we have 8 inik becsuee we are
not raid enough. We want an in-
ciea e of a', least 15 p r cant , f r Mr.
Pcrk na has been p yu g us BDout 40
per cent. lea than any other wots ed
mill in this vicinity. The average
wanes earnid bv tne girls, twis rs.
apiuuers, reelers, donb'ers and d aw- j
ing room baude, are from $3 to $5 a
wtek. Tbete arc (be bt paid, ana
there were girl in the fact ry wno
made only to a w ex, ana caa to
dbv out of that 2a wreec for bi ard.
and clothe themselves on ths fifty
centa that was left. The tints were bo
heavy that it made a big diOViecce io
the wages if girl ever got into any
trouble. It we maie over a pound oi
waste from a bobbin of yarn we were
fined five cents, and we go.
onrya half cent a bobbin it
was pretty barn work. lie lore
woman is a favorite of the superin
tendent, Andrew Lre, and if bhs took
a dislike to any giil she nude it very
uncomfortable for bar. We als do
mand the diacharge of the thirteen
girls who no we rafus'd to admit into
tbe union becauss cf tbe r character,
and who remain at work in tbs fac
tory; but above all, we want tha
tyrannical petty bosses oounc.-a wno
compelled ui to put up with insults
and indignities which 1 can't name.
"I know a girl who had woiked to
tbe factory and was away for a time
lor tome re.isn. Blie camitoa k ana
Ba ono of the bo-sea one day and
akeu mm io pu' ner on. in biiu:
i on meet me at tuch a p ac tonigb'
end 1 will tali Jon if I cm give you a
job.' Sbo won d rot meet him, and
applied to Mr. Peikine, who had her
put to work. She d dn t stay to
weeks, for tbe bora made it so hard f r
her that she had to quit. If a girl
was half a minnto lat-i s.ie wes pan-
iihed by beipg dm led ih privilege of
wasti ng iu the mill f r eix months."
" Yes. that s si. said a s endor g n.
Bitting nai' the one wbe talked. "I
was a couple ol nitnut a late once anil
I didn't wain in the factory for over
four moDtha, untl one day I begged
Superintendent L to lt me becuse
my hands wore so dirty I wns asbanord
to go in tho street. lie said : 'I'll let
you wash this time, but I won't let up
on yon again.'
".Men and alris work togunerma
loug room where most oi tue work is
done. There is ao washroom for the
girls and they had to wash a. d change
thtir clothes tight there before tue
boys and men, who alwava came
around and made remarks. The work
is bo dirty that a girl was obliged to
change the clothes she wore in the
etrett for working clothts. If a girl
wasput'ingin a set1 of bobbins and
cou'ii not leave it to wash when tbe
time came, she would have to go
out that night without waibirg.
There was on'y one toiictroom for the
girls, and it had no door. The sopet
iniendent wai asked to put in a door,
on account of the rode conduct ol the
boys and men, but ho never did it. If
we complained of tbe conduct of tbe
men the snpiintendent only laughed,
and that made them worf e "
The Chairman bore outtbostato
menaof the gir's, Biyirg tint the
aflldaviti brought to light a et.ti of
thincs tbat wai unfit, for publication,
which had been sworn to by tho girla
Tbe sir king girts belong to District
Assembly Wo. l'.O ot tbe National Car
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Removal Complete. Neither knife, eanitlo
nor dilation. JNo pain, fio bunibni.
Adr's DK. II. W. TUTIULI.,
ROI IJI. ATl.aFST 41.1
a r.Ai.in tn ar.Ai,ru Da. a. o.
W ibt'. Nisva aud IlBAia TaaTaaaT.
atnaranteed a pool 6 o for liyateria, 10ml
anax. Convulsion. Fits. Nervnna Neural-
Eia, tleadaahe, Nerrc-t Pmitration, canned
y tbe nsa ot alcohol or tobasoot Wahe
lnlnssa. Mental Depression, Softening of tin
Brain, reaulting in lusanity and lua. ini to
minory, daoay and death: Prematura A
Ao, jiarrennesa, Loss of Power in either
. t I L-
rhfti. tinn.i i by over-exertlua nf ina bratn
selt-abne orovrlnduiarenoa. Kaob boxoon-
t:uui one nionti, a treatment, al a box, o
all boves for ft6. isnt bf nail creiteid. on
receiptor nrioe. Wa auarantra bix boxes
to oure any oasa. Vita esoh order reoeive
by ni for six boxei, aooompaaled wltl tl,
mm will aand tha nnrohaaar onr written
aarsnte to refund tha money if tha treat
moat doe' "Ot edect a onre, dnaranteet
Issued only K A. kki ASHC (JO.,.lrur
Slats, Mempnis, icnn.
Weak Kidneys I
In flam ed Kidneys I
Lame back, weak back, sleep
unrcfrcshing,pain in the side, short
breath, easily irritated, frequent
and painful passing of urine,
ringing in tie ears, eyes sunken,
face pallid, gloomy and despond
ent, nervous and fretful.
Inability of the kidneys to
properly perform the duty of sift
ing and separating the waste and
refuse matter produced by the
destruction of tissue, which is
constantly going on in the system.
only sunn CURE.
BROWN'S IRON HITTERS.
, RESULT OF NEGLECT.
Rheumatism, Dropsy, Diabetes,
Gravel, Inflammation if the
Bladder, Bright 's Disease.
Docs this not cause you to halt?
To examine your own condition
and discover if you arc not ne
glecting indications which point
jitraight to a diseased condition
of your kidneys? A poisoned
condition of the blood, accom
panying the inability of weak kid
neys to separate and throw off the
poisonous element ' can be cured
by the careful and persistent use of
BROWN'S IKON HITTERS.
The action offirczw's Iron Bit
ters is through the blood and the
stomach, directly upon the disor
ganized filtering processes of the
kidneys. Remember that the
nerves of the kidneys are directly
connected with the w hole nervous
system and the brain, and most
direful results will accrue from
continued neglect of diseases of
the kidneys. iXervous prostration
and disease of the brain arc sure to
follow such neglect. You cannot
be too careful of this remarkable
and important organ of the
Use Brown's Iron Bilters
at the slightest hint your kidneys
give you that you have violated
some law of health. The tonic
and alterative properties of this
pure vegetable medicine make it
the only remedy it is safe for
you to use when your kidneys
are out of order. Take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
and you will no longer be de
spondent and fretful. . Your face
will resume its liealthyappcarance,
your eyes their accustomed bril
liancy.pains in the back and sides
will disappear, your sleep will be
come more restful and refreshing,
and your Oh I my back ! Oh ! ivy
kidneys I will givcplace to expres
sions of joy that you have found
the cure for all kidney diseases.
Don't be deceived by imitations.
Ask for the genuine Brown's Iron
Bitters and take no other. Trade,
mark and crossed red lines on the
wappcr of every bottle. Price
only one dollar. Prepared by
Brown Chemical Co., Bait., Md.
W. N. HALDEfirXAN.
President of the Urent LOUISVILLE 00U-
Kitiil-JOUKaAb CO.. tells wnat
he knowi of
WintersmitrYs Chill Cure.
Ornca or in Cormxs-JocRiiAL,
Dr. WinUnmitk Sir: I wtive a rule I have
obaerred for many jt ir?, the value of your
remedy promp'int me to aay, in reply ta
your requeat. what 1 know of your Chill
Cure, 'ihe private aiauruneaa of iu efficaoy
I had, and tho ood roaulta of it effecta 1
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than Bliern rcara, bal teen tore
man of my office, in fuced ma Io tot it in
myfamil). lb" lomlta have b'en entirely
aiial'iotory. Tbe fir t ouae was of two
yeara' BtHndinu, to. which l boiieve every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary reliel the ehiha returninv periodically
and with eeeininirl; inoreaaed (evenly.
Your eure broke thain nt once, and there haa
been no recurrence of them for more than
ail inontba. Tbe other caee waa ol a mil lor
form, and yielded more readily to other
remediea: but the ohiila would return at ia
tervala until your medicine waa naed. alno
whtnh time, now aevcral mnnthR. thav have
entirely dis.ipi'oarej. From the opportu
nity 1 nave nau io niuee, i do not neaitateto
expreaa my belief tht you' Chill Cure la
valuable apeolfic, and rarforma all yon
promiaefor it. Resprtfully,
W. N. Aaldeman.
ARTHUR PETKK 4 CO., Agaota, Lonla-
H'l -IU If II si mwm
Give Ba Uf at
ono aad Cnrea '
or Powder. Fre
from Ini a r ton i
Drat and Cffcn
A partiola It applied into each nostril and
. ..ul. lri .'ill Aj.nl. u t ll.ucuiatai
By nie'l, retrl'trraii, ttilccnla. Circulars free.
r.Lx lmuo.i irugxiaia, uwego. n . x .
Grand AUCTION SALE
Of Choice Seltvlod Imperled
At 1'nloa SIAvk Tarda. Memphla,
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1386.
(Sale Beglni Promptly at ia Odcck.J
Ion of Hotatatn Cattle haa
1 b'en uiad hyua under the anapirea of
"The Norih American liolatein urii noox
Aaaoolittion," aa foundation alack f..r fine
i 1. ! Hnuth eatoren btihtea. and in-
bracea only an b animala aa hve for 'their
aire and dam tn moat auperior milk ana
butter record to ne louna in worm uuiiaoa.
The entire impo; ttin h,a hcea "aiatered
i .t. . Mn.th Holland Herd Hook, of liol-
l,.r,,l " .ml will alai be reaiatored in " The
North Amerioan Herd Book of America,
i i llMiltira iH Ci.ir h ftnitat llol
land nulla. Alao, a ceoeral aaaonmont of
fin vounx Bulla, ready lor arrviee. Heifer
and Uull taivea oi 'puivi i ii "
i...... i fi veara o d. A complete cat-
alou ia now in proaa, giving Iu 1 podinriie
and milk and but'er rcror.la oonnroted witn
ech animal. 1 bene catile have reen ahipped
direct from llolland to tha Union block
Yarda, and will rrie botweon the lat and
Ttb ot November, where i nr.'haaor can in
lect tbe anme. No animal will ba diapoajd
i i .....,. ..la. but nirti.a who attend the
aa'e may rely upon tub animal beina put
up and aold a advernaed. street enra bow
ran 10 wunin tor '"" ' "
. r . ii.nu a Uil H.liKllM. Importer.
n is - .uoun ........ H....v.. .
i. .. I'.i.'ntu! nnnt. rmii na adorer
0. V. RAMBAOT, Praaident Ufltoa Btoek
ard and lartiliaer Company.
" . C ee-V i-.w.'-"'jaJ" baaaai ST
W. A. GAGE fe CO.
Wo. COO Front Street. : Memphli Team
W. A. 8M1TII, Proprietor.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DBPT,
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
tSnceeaaor In this Jcnnrtment to JOKV VANOOUE.)
anr-Wrlla n for informutinti on ANY '1'HINH tn litcrHnc
D. B. BMITO, of Gulhr'e, Ky.
75 HOLSfEm-FRIESIflN CATTLE 75
All P.tfi.t.r.il tn Ih. TT.ilitain-Fr'elitan Herd Book at Towa Citv. Towa.
Will Positively aeil, to the highen bidder, at f. A. JONtSi CO.'d Commiasien 6table,
Noa. 61, 63 and 71 Monroe afreet,
Hmphla,Tna October 27, 18B6. Hale to commence nt 10 o'clock prompt.
KnTi Mr. Rmlth la ona of tha Drat to embark in tha Holstein catt'e In Konturky. and
paid down more moner in the atari for tha
South. With car be baa selected hi Cattle, and his bard will ahow lor ihs.oa-lvea. lie ia
joined by the well-known breeder and importer. J. W. Still well A Co., who have aold and
impor'ed mora oatile thai any other breeder, of this breed inAm'rlca. In thil lot will be
20 fine Cowa. ranxin from iio 3 year old: 20 coming 2 yenr old Heifera in calf: 0 lieilcr
Calve and 15 finely bred Ball. Tbe beat butter familiea will be represented such a Mer
cidei, Prinoe of Twiek, Aaaie, Echu, and many other. Thla will be a line (olenion. all in
fine ah-p, and in salt' to notci Hull. Bend in yonr name for catalogue to 10. B. SMITH,
ot Guthrie. Ky.. or J. W. bULLVYELL A CO .Troy, Ohio. Don't lorgot the day. Mow ii
tbe time to huv at jour own pnee. nam or
K. K. ttl'MlNMIH, Auctioneer a. n.anil aa. J. w. hi sr. ;r.
J. W. Mt'lwell Co will anil 1ft tied at f'h'cnro .Inrini. the Put Stock show in November.
J. I. lA&tABOH.
0. 0. HI.
J. T. FARGA
SS3 rrout 8tra)t, MempMa, Ten a.
Oettea mb1bb4 to at will hay oar earefnl attention. We tarry at all ttaaat a wall-
aeleeted ttook ol .
Stap'e 9l Fancy Grocsrias, Winss, Liqacrsjobacso & Clgari,
4 rttl will ajaall m
W. T BOWllltE.
A. VAOASO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQDOR DEALERS,
No.. 218 Ann an rROWT STREET. MEMJID3.
J.I. bar rVAUQ i
LiUJ. T. i,Prd i Co
v a . tt a TB
AI COMMISSION MEBCIIANra,
iMrv ? a i T?.iit KtrnrL : Memnlils, Tenn.
j- vr r ... a. i b0,in, aBd-opened an office a. above.
a-Havint retired from t6,d'"f7""1?"5Vhe public .enorally that we are now prepared
we are piea-ea iu . Y. RntuYninar thank tor the very lioerat vatronaaw o
to serve them in our now capacity. JJ"'3 " iT. ,h,re of your favora in the new.
tended u in the old line, wc u-uea " ...
Cottoa Factors, I
MJ. S Hi
Ol Ve A aAItUAIa atX aaraaBHBB BJBk Jtm
M.O.PB ABOE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Elerch'fs.
k.( afl r 17 a
No. 280 rilONT STSIXT, MEEIPSHS, TZNN.
AVERY GIN CO.
IV. A. Smith' I'uU Separator.
Eagle Eclipse llnller (Jius,
Fluln 10 Iucli Gin, ant)
BOrrUIRK HTAWDAKU I'BKSS.
Price at Factor c, SIOU and 8110.
ALLI0N r?Erl) COT I OK (.'LEASERS,
car All kind of Gin Ropaired. Special
Diaoount to the Trade. -aa
S91 atnal 893 front Nt., M finnhla, Tea
AND MACHINE COPAhY.
IbOto 174 Adamant., Meraphi r
DGP'T, 226? and 228 Second St.
J. W. STILLWKLL 4 CO., Troy, 0.
f.undation of hi herd tban any man in the
anme rney a-'i.
12 ATT GXN CO.
Manufacturer' Axent for
Vanlel Pratt Cottoa Gins,
FEEDERS AND C0KDENSER3,
fii9II LEY, SMITH di tO
Pratt Ecllpne Boiler Cllna. Feed
era autl Win liepalrera.
9S to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
tarPratt Revolving-Head Oina une
qunled. (stock now complete. Prioea
reduced. Correspondence ana oroen
lolioited. Old Oin Re pair od in I'irat-
la Urd . All work guaranteed.
R. A. PARKER.
1. L. WOwDSO!
fi WB tJ
& uonon racions.
K. P. IIU WltltE,
Lat with J. i'. LaPrade A C
1,PR ADK, Mci.ttA I n a ou
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
mm m. aaa 49 Bjeev a Bpaa jf aTwi
-rAPiTti. pvise. 7n.oaa.-eBa
Ticaeic oaaly 93. h.ra la paropotr.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Wa do lerehy crrtiy that IM nutmii (
arronoeie tor ou le jnunuuy uuu vmr
trrly Drawing! ot lA Ztiwuiaa istnU Lottery
Company and in r reoa ataaa and Control
the Vrawino them lvest mnd that tke anew ar
canducltd toil aoneafy, fainu, and in food
faith toward ail Mrtia. ana! acw oulAorwe th
tympany to umw .c,.,i-M,e, ..w. .....h
of our tignalura mttaClud, ta tl adriM-
w .. . j n I.. J --!-- -
nt, vu ttaurateiua, Jtanmm "-7-.
Slat lotttriu taAtoA may o prtomtod at oar
1. H.OOLESBT.Prea. Iji. Batl Bank.
J. W.KII.nRtrrH.PreaLHtate Kat'l Bk
A. BALDWIN. Prea. . O. Wat. Bk.
Inoorporatad tn 1368 for twenty-Ira year
k. rh. liirlaliktnr. tnr Kdnnmltonal and
Coaritable purposes with a oapital of II,
000,000 to which a naervo fund of oyer (650.
0U0 haa since been added.
By an overwhelrr.lnr popular rote Hi
franchiae war madoanart of the present State
Conatitntlon, adopted December 2d. A.D.
Thm otiw Lottery ever voted on and tndorud
hy the people of ami Matt.
It never acatea or ntmponem,
ltn firand Nlnitle W umber Irnw
Inia lake plaoe uiomhlj, aaa the
KKlraorallnnry larawanara retriilarlr
every Three Moalba lualead of aeml
aauunliy Ha hereio'ore
HM A BUatTVXE. KLEVKNTU (JRAN1
DKAWINli, CLA 8s i., 1 N TU tt AUAli KMX
HV MUSIC, NEW iiKLKAttS, TUESDAY,
November , 1SSO AUNth Monthly Draw
CJAPITAl. PKIZE, 873.000.
lOU.auvTlaiketai at rive oll)r Kaolt.
xraeiaonu, in r iiiuia, 11a
LI8T OF PRIZES.
1 Capital priae.........................! 75,010
1 Capital prilo.,
1 Capital priie
2 Prisoa of8'WH) ......
5 Prise of 2UO0
10 Prise of 1000
20 Prizes ot 60(1
1(0 Prises of 200 ...
m Prise of l'H)
MK1 Prises of 50
1000 Prises of 2.1
0 Apiiroximntioo prises of SV.i. ..
9 Ajiproximation prise of 5C0. .
0 Approximation prisoa of 1M.
1967 Prize, amounting to..........S2tif .50
AnntioAtlon for rate to ohiba ahoald be
made only to tbs ofiioe of the Company at
For further Information write clearly,
giving full addror,. POMA1 AOTKN. hx
nreaaMonev Order, or Mew York Exchange
in ordinary letter. Currency by Expreaa (a
our exponso), addressed
St. A. UAUPHIS,
Nw Orloania, la.
Or H. A. DArPIMK,
Wnahlnffion. D. V.,
or at 6 Weat Cotir t St., filerapiilB, Ten
IMrIia P. O. Mnnpy Orders navabla
and addreitB KegiHtered Letters to
SKW OBX.RANM NATIONAL, BASK
Mew flrleana. I .rt
mtm mH tn inn
Bbdua. H. T.
Baacy's (Horan) Corn and Pea Plaa.
HA VISA perfected my Invention. I with
;o tilnoe it before tbe public, especially
mi.niilutiir.M. A. . Cnrn Plnnter. it ia a
perieet aacceaa opens tha drill, distributed
the eed aoccratoly, oniniured, and oovard
the same, theroi,y one man performing the
work of thro. Thov have boon naed io
thla aeotinn for over a doren year with per
fect satisfaction. Can give roipontlbl lean-
inoniala. Addre .
JOUiS 11. UANur .uaooyvtue,
V. r,wod eonpty. Tonw.
817 and S19 VST. DU S.
avT r .1 ni. iV
ia. -j 'Siti, al
woop-wggtciga MACH INERlf
SAW AN 3 ?LAK!F:Q SUPPLIES
AB-WUIW FOTl CATAlyOCIUE.
Dit. 1). 8. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established in 18C0.I
R. JOHNSON ia aoknowlo Ued by U par
tin. intMrA.tjiil an bv far the moat ano-
ceaaful phyaioian in thetreatmentof private
or aeoret diBeaeea. Quick, per mauent oureB
guaranteed tn every ease, male or lemaie.
tl...n ..u.i f Onnnrrbea and Syphtli
cured in a fuw day withoat the uee of mer
cury, ohange 01 oies or ninurau uv
buaineas. Beoondary Syrhili. the last va
tiare eradicated witbo-itthe use of mercury.
Involunaary loss of temen (topped iu short a
timo. SufTorer from impotency or los ot
sexual rowers roatore to free viiror tn a few
week. Victims of self-abuse and exoaMiv
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea nd
loss of physical and mental nower, speedily
and permanently ourou. run i.i .nu
tion paid to the Disease of Women, and
euros guaranteed. Pi'es and old sores eared
without thi use of osustio or the kniie. All
oonsultat-ons atriotly oorfidnntial. Medi
cines sent by exp.eaa to all part of th
0sirVVorkingmcn enred at half the use
rate. Oflioe hoars from 8 o'cock a.m.te
o'clock p.m. D. S. JOHSSON. M.P.
No. 62T.1, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
oounty Ida Sfewart ys. Georgia ban blow
BY' virtue of an Interlocutory deorea for
snle entered in the above cause oa the
18th dav of Ocober. 18ti. M. B. 64, ,!
4H8, 1 wilt sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in front ot the Uork and
Waaler' otl.oe.oourthou of Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Matorday, November 13,
within legal hours, the following described
property, aituated in tbe town of Arlington
(formerly Withe Depot), bhelby county. Ten
neace to-wit: Beginning at a stake 50 feet
lrom tbe center ol the Louisville and Naah
villa R'ilrosd, on the south fide of said rail
road and on the weft side ot Ur-enloe street:
running thonoe with Slid railroad south
west 8 cbsioa and 01 links to a atak on Jack
son street; thonoe with Jackson street .touth
eiat 3 chnina and 42 link to a (tnlie on Jack
son and Walker Mreste; thence with Walker
street northeast 8 chains andfl links to a
atakeon Uroenlee atree't thence wi'h tireea
lee atre't northweat 8 chains an I 42 linka to
tha betinning containing 3 aeroi, more or
'Tcrm of Sale On half cash; balance In.
twelvemonths; note bearing interest, with
approved aecor tv, required; lien retained.
Ihi October 19, ISSi!.
rj, 1. mcirvrr r.Liij, uiera anu uuiMwr,
PtT. B. Caldw.ll. Deputy C. and ii.
Craft A Cooper, Soli, lor compl'sv.
Jr .jPc.arm la-fl
f jr I TO t DATS.4
QeraDt(M a4 aaaf
i maairtweta. "
CORTES & 00.