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-MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2,
BussiA rosHise things in
Determined Upon the Prstrnctien of
a Very Pluckj Little State A
TBOCBLEM 15CREAMNH WITH
TIIE 1BISII 1'EOrLE.
Pool tag of the Count de Paris
Hnnsarj'i Bad Financial Man
agement Henry Gcorf e.
A wolalloa Yary IbbIiciI.
Ft. Piteiphi'RO. Novembei 1. A
revolution iu Bulgaria ia momentarily
expected on thi pretext cf Kar-sian
eerapatinn, which Karalvalofl'a organ
at Bcaa announces is imminent.
Ktilkui Will Ml Accept tbeBeply
' Bona. November 1. At the matt
ing of tbe Kibmriie today M. Z pr-
koff wss elect-d Pretidunt. Iha
Eneliahand Italian agents attended
tha mreiinir. Uen. Kaulbars haa re-
fastd to i crept the reply of the Ke
eenry to IiIb ultimatum, and will leave
Rofli. ileihria'era to bombard the
opposition papers bluntly t.lk cf bnk
rnptoy and estimate a defltit in text
year's bnd.et of 60,000,0 0 flrins.
A'tnonrn tne goTerrment wim n a
shortaie of only 22 OOC.000 florins in
the budget Burmitted Saturday, it la
calculated that HrrrPmpary, Minis er
cf Finc, will beobl'ifd to contract
a loan of 3S,O0O,C00 florins. It is in
morel that Htrr Fr.ipry wiil resign
hii office. Tha baKnt ba'Jcreitei a
bad imprwaion at Vienna.
llnnaarlaa Affairs 'rlllels ia
Vi.w. n. loVmr SI. The deficit in
tha Hunu.r.an bndaet Is attnbuteu
firstly to the fact thft in the last
hnrioftt. tha finance imi'r e-u-
ma'ed the revenues too hiiih and the
expenses too low, and sreandly to the
Hunreasinn tn aaiir.u lure una ui il
competition ot American inni wu
flour. The Ministry proposal to in-
xrnM th transnoit uua on pas'ea-
ser'a aooda hai elicited a storm of
The Ooaat af Farle'a C'oolueea.
Padih November 1. It ia reported
that the Count of Paris one nlKht lam
week was sit ing in his Deuroom in
the Bheen Iionae, near Landon, when
a maa eiuoreo ine room. iuow'i
afraid of awakening hia wife, did not
shoot for hup but pointed a revolver
t the intruder, wl o fled. The ser
vants bad ptevtontly seen a sirantier
nrnwl ni around trie conre. i ne man
en'ered by a ladder which
THE WUKED WORLD U
fet'BYLTOIt UEATTIE SHOT
A BetDcted Citfzca Mnrderea An
Aiiaalter Imprison d hhoot
Inr Affrnr In Texas.
barracks and govtrnment buildings at vaC againat a window in the study
IT II ... ! nflurail In 1 . . . . . I v.i U'L.lk.. I..
the dtbjika'.lon of Kuasiana at the
Naw Y rk. November 1. Tha Rur-
veyrrol the port of New Y'rk, B-at-tie,
was shot about nooa toihy, in J.U
oflics at the luotoaa Home, ny a uis
cha'gfd iuppeetor, who fired til shots.
'J he particulars cannot be obtained as
ytt, Dorialt knoaa whether or not
tha woanda are fattl. Burvevor Baat-
tie was wounded in two places, une oj
the bnlleta, it la said, entered the
oroin. He is ttill in the Custom
House. His a'tendsnta elate his con
dition ia not considered serous.
The Surveyor slwould t e a rassin is
Louis Beiral, a man who gained some
disiir.ct on In tne warot tne rebellion
He waa for about a dozen years at
tached to the cuftorn hoiiBe. About a
week aoo the turvevor di-m sssit Mm
from the a rvice, it being pioved that
ha wai m the habit ol ex tctttg money
from poor oniijran a at Os It) Garden,
where he waa mieiy a'.ntionuu. ju
apeoiQc tha Re on which he wB re
moved waa compelling an e m'gram io
pay H duty on a sewing machine. He
came to the t tfica about noon to lay
and gained entiance to tha Purveyor a
Loan in, November 1. It ia ru
mored thrt three more Kiusian vei-
aela have a liveil at Vain a.
Hanlbara HI area Ramrwbaf.
Ixindon, November 1. Advices
from Tiraova aav that in response to
the fi-overnmruis request Kaulbars
furnished the names of Kmalans
whom he stated bad been mole-ted,
TheftuBsau agent replied that the
sovernmett kn iws to whom lie ra
ferred and that if fresh complaints aro
reae ved re will act in accord'
nee with his ultimatum. Thin reply,
the dispatches say, Is considered to be
a partial withdrawal ot tlieuitima'u n.
There is a general feeling of indigna
tion in Bulgaria over the releasa of
the plotters agalnat Alexander, al
thonsti the trmirnnipnt is not to
blame, ai it believed the authorities
only yielded to imrcsity.
What the Haul no I'rena Think.
6t. PaTKRRiuntQ, Novembarl. Both
the Abioi Vremyn and the Nomtti de
clare that tbe ooening of the Hjhranjo
iaafrerh aati-Husslau dtmonstraliun
which iannardixM the Buccest of Uen.
Ksulbara'ii enotiatlots with the Uni
tarian Uovarnmoot and may raoder
the disnitci of the Russian men
of war to Varna fruitless. Tbe Nom
Yrtmyn Bays the Bulgarian psnp'e are
not a political factor to Da reckoned
wilh. The arm v of Bulgaria, which
1b the only existing power that has
hitherto been controlled by the re
sencv. miaht be reduced to a baud of
armed political adventurers, who
would not shrink from the most des
perate means to save themselves aud
their instigators a's ).
Dethroacra of Alaaauder Releaiad,
Tibova, November 1, Mayor
Grutff and Oapt. BeudorofT, who wu:e
encased in the revolution which re
mud in the dethronement of Prince
Alexander, were permitted to leave
pr Ban ytsterdny evening aftor giving
ni il. It.ika i,t Orleans. Whether Iih
was a burglar or political ecctny cf
the Count is cot known.
lurker Will Biol anvlp France.
Lonoin, October 31. It is learned
on uiiri autnoniy tuuv iu r u
r4nvfriimnnt h is received lltclo en-
courauoment from Turkey in the agi-
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tot inn oomnnr. tne irnit)U in r.xyvi.
The t'reuch Kavoy at Cons antm pla
a tempted recently tn Bcure lurxey a
aid in extorting icom v..m mu a umu-
lta promise to evarnaie gypi ai an
early Ut-. Tne Sultan emphatically
rifnenil lo ne a nariy 10 a u-
cetd ng and informed the Knvoy that
the Porte ould not egree with him
in hia etructure on the Emtlish p licy
rooni tino Kvnt. To thU action OI
Dm I'nriB ia due France's change of
frnnt. Ttie French Government rec-
nonizeis the fact Hint Kussia, allhongh
prepared to R9M l in uniuu acuun, 10
indie nosed to adopt a course of which
tne Por e doca not approve.
Aa Kdltvr Apologia'.
Pan s. November 1. Lb Monde re
cently publi bed a slunderous article
oaitiHt a wealthy Amencnn resident.
Dr. Heix, charging him wi;h being a
bankrupt and a Prussian spy. Hera
sent sec nda to Harvard, the writnrof
the article, who now publishes a caru
it-lrwlnir the iharteH. apo oiiUing
for having made thorn, expreeting the
deepest regret at having been so de
luded. Dr. Ueis Is aatielled with the
Tha Bt.nck on lleia is sup
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posed lo nave ven uuo iu urn muuu-
SUlp lor (tie llJUium icavioia.
Hncccaa lo lloory Veorse
O.rfoher 81. The Usury
Georae IcBtitute, of U asgnw, resulved
to annd greeiirtis to the wealtb jiro-
,!ii,.n,B 1 1 New York, and wielirs lor
luoctBiiu their eUoits to oieot usorga
privats c ilice in tha bit it oi the nniid-
A Ureal Labor frnpenalon Headed
by fMK Woinea ia MuurnlUK.
BrTusKiii.s. November , Five hun
dred ouien Crefnod in nr uruing to
day lad a prjcaisionof 12,010 perHono,
gathered from eurionnding towns, in
funeral march to Charluiol. They
carried bsnnoia inscribed with ihouohh
in favor of universal biiIIVpho aud nn
amnesty tortilkeriotfrs. They formed
si lomn and ordeny rortege. un
lng fioiu Hoax the procession
rcMbn" svmpathy of enormom
crowds o' cnlookers. Upon Hi ar
rival at Charlerol the procession was
augment. 1 by 35,000 persons. Gie.it
excitement prevailed. A civic guntd
Wfs under trms. ard mBgletrat.s end
other town A'lthoriiioa tB'emblud in
tbe Town Hall. The parade marched
iu peifct older for two hour,
with bands playing the "Marai 11 aine."
la the meantime the delegates waited
apon th Dargniiuster and Aldermen,
in the Town Hall, end the secretary
of the G'auworkere' Union, who wna
the BDokcsmau ol the patty, rad an
tddieca dgued by all the wc rkraen'a I
J .!.; ,,i. I
yersal BnfffBge and amnesty. Ths
linriiomasUr promised to traneuiit the
addreiB to the government, winch he
rerioul engaged in the task
of '"redressing the snevancea il t')?
workir g c asses. Hb als.i congratu
lated the dele gUea upon the orderli
ness of the demonstration. The pa
radera disparted quietly.
A ate lee Belwaea folic aad
Dorlik, November 1. Messrs. Dil
lon, Bidmoud and Sheehy, members
of Pailiament, addresied a monster
meeting of tbe Nationalists at Lou
abrea, County Gal way, today. B'Bhop
I)tjgan, of Longhr a, Bout a U ttcr of
sympathy. While the meeting waa in
projtrossa melee recurred betwien
tbe rolice and people, during which
the police drew their swordB and batons.
. rtM.A flit.
DlIBUS, November l.-iu v"-u .
(Countr Limerick) branch o the Na
tional Leagu-, owing to Ho r. anient
which the Nationalists tmpioytd by
HarlacdA Woiiltf, the Wh te K-r
atesmship buildi rs, ci tiaeea a Island,
received, wi;h the connivanca ot one
ot the chief of tha firm, cdla upm
momi.nra nf the lnanne everywhere
thB. Itinhmen bovolt the
Whtia St'r Line uulil the iirm rln-
.i.ia. ti. N.tionalist workmen.
On Siturday last Michael lasb, t
of Fairarovs. Coanty
Clro, wsb wounded with a grin while
from the Kunis Qnnrter
Keeaions. Wx peona have been ar-
Tetj..l nn the etiarae of boirg con
cerned iu the shooting.
and HiilKarln-AIIlra la Irrlxud.
1 .flNnON. Novemher 1. Mr. John
Morley, Bccotiipanied by fcir Wm. Ver
non Hrcourt,yltitd Hawarden today
with the uncial ol iect of inducing
Mr. Gladstone to anent to therullcal
exieneion of tho LeeilB p'ORramme.
Timra (a uniall Teaioii to expect that
Mr. Cladstono will sii'a to make
altl nr the onesli in cf roform of t'.ie
linnnn nf lrds or the Church nui B
linn a ulank iu the nlutforui. The
butioi'Bti conference as arracg d will
bo ouened by Mr. Kilsin, chairman,
who will introduce a moticn expnes-
inir nnabitud Ctimldonce in Mr. Glad
stone. Mr. Morley will move thai
the conference renlllim its belief iu
tho home rule projtc ion aud renew
its declara'ion upou tho (juestions of
laud, locnl government nn I free edu
cation. The absence of a developed
pnlicy di'ContcnU the rsdicala.
The i'fl" M" GofUt declares that
Iho Llberpl parly has becime mnielv
nn n Borlntltt cJ men saying "ditto '
to Mr. (ilad8'oi)P, and that the de
cadenco of Mr. GlndBb ne is watched
with dininay by bis follower, sme of
whom look forward to the Torieg ro
malnirg in power for the next tou
years. A section of the dolegatoi In
tend to nrga tha conforence to C'iv
"iier propo.nl Jo reconcile the
Unioi'i: bf aflUming thai ever at.
or order ol the Mali Parliament in
i.tti.rinir with the rowrra of the I UX-
perial Parliament as contrary to the
exiting lunpotial acts will be held
void and inoperative.
Tho Cjbmet, at the Brat council
since tbe recerM, decided to inst'uet
Sir. Wm. White, ire iirttiau Amuaa
eador at CocBUntinople, to insist
upon an immediate conference at
Constantinople to consider the Bul
garian situation and to demand the
auepena'on of Rtwian ln'crTuntion
diploma ic and aotlve, pending the tls
cisions of uch a conforence, the
Por e renewing it entente cordial
with England and is in favor of the
proposed conference. Italy concurs,
while Bnssia and France oppose the
project. Germany and Auatrla ro-
Kir Mirhnel llicks-Bcacli'a r?rort to
the Cabinet with rtfercuco to the con
dition of Ireland shows that theie has
beenaniaiked cbspbHou ci ouwagea
that ttnants are raying their rer 9
under their landlords' reductions,
that the prospvetsare good for a 88C0.
on couth William
i.0 o'clock the reports
of the p'Btol Bhote were heard by Pri
vate Secre ary Louis Nichols and Ex
aminer Thomas lhatt. TbedisL'haratd
inspector rushed mttantly out of the
i nvate om.c, pisioi iu oano, huu rau
through the corridor to the exit
into Hanover street. A man
Bt emoted to BtoD bind and
.iv . 1 Wtll I t I
tie yeiled : "it you toucn me, i n ai i
voul" The man Btepped back a d
Bieral ran along to Beaver etreet, into
h iih he turned and ran to the cot'
ion Kichange. A number of citir.'mB
fjllowed in pursu t. ruling escape
imnoibibls the men turned and ran
inio the aras of a pjlicoman. Hewai
trnmhlinur with fear and seomod to an
ticipate that his pursuers would harm
him. lie eaid to the policeman; "For
e-i oil's stk-. arrest me." Ha was taken
to the Old S ip static n houso and
loikeilnn. He descrimd liimeell as
being 72 yeirs old, married and living
nt No. 8!l Sixth avenue. He aaid he
was a native of B aail. Meanwhile his
vie im was being cared for. Tne
news of the shcotinir. creatly exagger
ated, spread rapidly. A' large squad
of police had all they could do to keep
tha corridors clear. Lance crowds of
anxious inquirers surged around the
d iois. A number ot phVBicuna ap
pcarcd to reiidorald to the wounded
man. A surgeon atiacned n ine cus
torn house was promptly on hand. Af
ter elimination he concluded ttatthe
wounda were not of a dangerous cunr
ao'er. Cue bullet passed tlirough the
dhIiuoI the riaht hand and a second
nunetrated the thiuli. Ha Ut as a hur
ried examination could disclose, tho
latter bullet took a downward course
and lodged in the mii'cles of the up-
ner nart of the leu Surveyor Ueaitie
remained conscious and endured the
paiu wilh great fortttude. He spoke
calmlv to those who were admitted
to the room and made close inquiries
of his modicnl at endant as t ) tne na
ture ot bis ir juries. The fact that he
was net mortally wounded and had
not received live bullet wounds
waa at tlrst iciorted wnsspeedily com
munlcated lo t ie surging throng3 in
waiting and greatly relieved their
spoken disparagingly of Henrv Hnyle,
arcneina b'm of atealing ro ton. This
ai-ernr on Hyn met Hoyle and apol-
I A I n a
ogind .or tue remaiK, en mo
was apparently ami' at'Jy t U d.
Katnrday Hayn lodenp t Hoyle b
house armed Wltn a Winccener, n u
,n.itP,l Hle down into a I ol ow to
fight itout. liiyle thereupon w-m
in'0 the honee and ermed h'meH
w tb a rifle. Hayi e tod" off a short
dis'anca aad turned and raised his
riflto bis ehoulder to fire. Hyle,
however, got in the flrt shot, hl ticg
Hayne, kn 'Ckiog biin off bifl horee
and iLtli'tiug a dangerous wound.
Hayne came in yeit-rday and gave
himself up. -
A Brothel aad Malar Bordered.
LocisviLLi,KY.,Noyemler 1. News
of a horrible crime coms ir,.m ire
neighborhood ol Moniceno, a.y.,
where a brother and fioUr were bru
tally murdered. Grand Prewi t went
to tbe hmse where Jirvia Bock, his
Bister and ber little ion livod. After
snpper on Tuesday night he enticed
Buck Into the mountain, wbera be
and two mn, named Jim Jones and
Bill SimpEon, killed ruck, wcose
head was almcet severed tr im niB
lacsrated body. Prewitt rnd Jones
then went to the house end, sen ng
tbe woman, cut her threat Lorn ear
to rar and crushed her beid with a
washboard. The boy eecapid and gave
the alarm. A Dorse pursued end
canght Prewitt, who conf. B ed the
rrlniH. &nd said be had been hrd 1 1
commit tbe murder bvJfinea. Bnc
tno enld a horB. and the Ol icct was
robbery. The three men aie under
arr.et aud there iagie.t exiitemtnt
over the alia r.
Detroit. Mich . Novemher I. Late
lnr nkht. whi e a man enit W' m in
were taiamg togmner on uiuu
avenue, a siranger s eppod up and
called for help to remove the bjdy of
a dead mn, whom he lam ne naa
fniini nn the alreet. The dead man
rrnve d to ba the bus and nf he
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woman, wno eaia Die ramo upb . w
L. Stewart, and that they Lad seemly
pome to Da roif. wheie her hmbaiid
was seeking work, it was thought
h died from heart cliH'llse. Mlt a po
ninriimi ti d iv revea s the Let 'ha'
death resiled from a small but deep
wound in the chest, which extended
ti the heart, caur-ing ir tt rnal heninr
rhage. The woutd seems to have
been made by eoma men muromi-m
as a Spanish ftiletto. Who did the
s'abbing is unknown. The roan who
first called attention to mo utaa mn
has dieappeered and no ore knows
anything about him. The woamn
who claims to bs the murdered man a
wife is known ss Lot in Frank, an
arf rpos. f"rmlv nf VnftaVo
No location, no section of the country
is entirely free from malarial influences.
In some localities, however, there is
much crcatcr sufle'ring from this cause
than in others. The climatic influences,
the nature of the soil, and the condition
of drainrtpe, all tend in the South nod
West to inake malarial lovers vrry prev
alent at sonio seasons of the year. The
suffering from malaria in the system is
not conhncd tome time wnen tinner iis
inlluenee, hut continues ss a remilt of the
poisoning of the system from this cause.
In tho past it lias been the custom to ad
minister quantities 01 quinine, vr ijiii
nino and whiskey to overcome the eflects
of chills and fever, intermittent fererand
all malarial fevers. This treatment is
now condemned by the highest medical
authorities, as it so frequently causes the
patient lo sillier afterwards from conges
tion and neuralgia, and sometimes dcaf
newi. These are troubles moro particu
larly due to the use of quinine, but it is
hardly necessary to dwell upon the i 11
ellects of whiskey in any case of fever.
So long as there waa no other specific
known for nialuiio, so long the people
had to rely upon these remedies and take
tlm rli:iiirifl nf rcliuf from them and the
almost certain ill effects which followed .
their uso. But it is no longer necessnry
for sny community to sutler from ma
larial troubles or these terrible after
consequences. A remedy containing po
whiskey, into tlm combination of which
no dangerous acids cuter, a purcl vege
table alterative ami tonic medicine with
which iron is skilfully combined is
ollered to the public as an auti-nialarial.
It is Bkown's Iiion Ermais. Iu
prompt, eflicicn'v action upon the blood,
eradicating the. poison from the vital
iluid and SO preventing it from being
taken up by the stomach, liver and kid
neys makes it just the corrective needed
in malaria. It also furnishes strength
totlicse organs, and through them to the
whole system, by enriching and vitalizing
tlie blood. The blood is the life of the
lmilv. Diseased or uoisoned blood will
poison the wliolo body and produce dis
ease in the wholo organism, it is evi
dent that a medicine possessing tho
greatest efficiency in cleansing and puri
fying, enriching anil Birengiiiciung
W ill Inform Iho Poae of the Celr
llnl Kinoi rur'a Age.
Pkiik. Nnvaicber 1. China will
annd a Inch Df-rsonaseto Kiuie in D
cembor to present to the Pope t' e nt
m.f! urifthe Emi iror and cf tho tin
perial faroilv, tnd to notify him tl at
ha i mocror iiai aiiaincu xi:n i
t'lBBDcra In n Hud l omliilnr.
Vuurn Nnvimber L The semi Hi
ial nauera admit that the fluauci's of
WHI follow Mr or.B rro-
Loi3K, November 1 ,The meeting
of tociallata in U rkenwell today
adopted a reiolu'pn t0 0How the
loru am u r,v eBsion.
t)ueallona fr in iollce t'oniinla-
LoNno';.Uoembr 1. A number of
DemccvatB have addresaed a letter to
Police. Commissioner Eraser, desiring
to kiow by 7 o'clock p.m. on Monday
whether lie aiihetes to ins inegai j rj
btbltion if the proposed proceneion
after Lord Mayor Miaw, in order that
the resncmibl itv i. r any resulta of
such action may iet solely upon Liui
Ilrcland Mill KuleHlK Hoatlta.
T.-innntf. October 3i. The convex
ti nn wit h China r.llows England full
the riilioir auihority in
Uurinah for Bit months. Gen. White
hi , astadishid in Buruiah K"0 fresh
poms, coyerirg an aiea ol 100,000
The Inanorlanro of iho Kew York
i -ONION. November 1. The Morning
roal finyn: "Thepiopleof New ) ora
will foriVA us if inj BS7 Hat we
thick tho coining elie'ion lor Mayor
ii mini InmoitaiiL io ths American
rmhlif! and the world, than ftU of
A Itespceted Uermaw Brulally Mnr-
Ciiic-io. Icl .November 1. At day
liiiht thin moining tho dead body of
Henry Muuo was found at the inter
nectiun ol Afuury avenue and itog
en roa I, in Bogus Park, one and a
h i'f blocks fro ,n his lesidenie. There
woro a number of wounds on the
deid man's head that looked as if they
had been irifliited with some blunt
iiutrument. t'o frir therj isabsolutely
no clew ta the mu dcrera, and tie ex
act hour when tho crime wan com
mitted iB unknown. Tho lat teen of
Mr, Muuo was at 2 o'clock p.m. yester
day, wl.cn his ir. thor in law, John
Kyle, met him. Muuo was one of the
be-t known Germans io the township
of Eraneton, as well as one of the old
est Battlers. Hie father ctme hoie
fuity years ago, puichainir firming
lands in what is now the eastern part
of the vi'h goi o' Sou h Evanston and
Koncrs lVrk. The rapid kWU 1
P'lpalntlon gieatly enhanced ttie ya e
of the Mono piaperty, and from pios
perous the Munoe bocauaa wealthy
iual estate owners.
Tlie body VMHlioovered this moro
lnii by hue sexton of the Uogars Park
Calho ic Church. The vest was torn
and the front part of it was pulled '4
over the face. The head and 'Cg
were covered with blood. Therrjwfre
three scalp wounds and a hoi' . jn the
right temple. The hole waa a- -,,-ently
made by same blunt ) JratntlU
which 1b Buppossd to be . bal pouna
, one which was Hin , C0T.
end with blood. M Man0.,7 can9
waa i, ...a uu. mn(j tht w
covered with bloo- 4 Uig keB h,a
evidently been riUid Mrn0 mone,
was fonnd in t ,fljm. The authorities
n,n.ir. t ml . .
""'i'-. .a nninnd Jonn uanes.
who worn. Jn R flourinR B-d (Md
?.ri?M the village. 11 was Been
wl,0.M r. Muno last night, and today
A Hos:ro Urate luiprltoaed.
Ciucauo, III., November 1. Wm.
Smith, the negro arrested FViday on
Buspiclon ol ho ng tho brute wno as
saulted and rnbbtd Mis. Mary Dolan
and Mias Nora Mornn last bunoay
night near HixLy-Urct and Halo stioeU,
waa taken before tho two women yes
terday for identification. Tha women
were on the second floor of the house
on Ktate street, near Hixty-ieeoud.
Both Identified the ngro rs their as-
sailaut, and while tho intiMvlew was
being hela about twenty relatives ano
, i i. i t.
lricnciB maua a rueu ut inn i ouuui,
rona in hBud. tieraeant Wright and
three otllcerfl were obliged to use their
c ubs freely in order to get away wan
their prisoner. The prisoner was
taken to the county jail, it being
thought best to leuiove him from the
llvde Pa k jail, lln two women
trira brutally beaten hv their assil
ant. and Mits Moran's hetd is Still
Tarn anfea t'rarked br llnrclara.
Moiulb, Ala., Ocxbr? St. Burglars
broke oien two cafes at Shubuta.
Mita., last night, one being the safe oi
t). C. Fo rill, a prominent general
liieichiiat. They ii fo oprir.ed the eiife
of alores Greenht'iid, tht combinotion
boing knorn t) tlieni. Ironi tne lat
ter eafe they abB'r.teted i-10;0. It ij
not known how much was taken fr.im
the other two, but i t Icatt us much
A KlionUiiK All'rny In Vfl.
CnonoKTowN, Tky.., Nt. ember 1.
The par icnl.irs of a ehoMing affray at
lloylo's farm, sonio two miles east of
Florence, has been received. It serins
thrd a msn named Mika Hayne bad
T rio not believe that
Aycr's Snrsaparilla haa
an eiiiisl as a remedy
for Scrofulous Hu-
It ia nlensaiit
to hike, gives strcnctU
and vigor to tue doov,
and produces a more
permanent, lasting, re
sult tlmn any medicine
I ever used.
Haines, No. Llndale.O.
1 ha vo used Aver's
RiirvMimrilla.in til V funv
lly, fur Scrofula', and
know, If It is taken
faithfully, It will
V. F. Fowler, M. D.,
For forty yenrs
havesutlered with Krv,
lii,l;ii. I have tried
all soils of irmtdici
for my complaint, bu
foiinil no relief until 1
co in in I'll coil using
After tnkimr ten but'
ties of this nieiticHao I
am completely cured,
Mary t!, AniiHbiiry,
ltt. l,.ort, Me.
I have su (Tered, for
yeniH, fi-ijiu Catarrli,
which, was so severe
hnt It destroyed my
appetite and weakened
inv system. After try.
Im; oilier remedies
aiiileeitliicr. no relief. 1
ticfjiin to take Ayer's
Suii:ii:ii'illa, mid, in a
few months, was cured.
siisun h. Cook, 1108
Alhiny st.. Hostel)
Is su'oerlor to bu' blood
PViTlRer tha f have
ever U'U. I have
takori It for Scrofula,
J n n k e t; and t
itlieiini, and receivea
nincli benefit from it.
It is good, also, for a
weak stomach. Millie
Juno l'ulree, South
Pref-aradby Dr. J.C. Aycr k Co.,Lwell,MM.
Prleo SI I six bottles, .
W. IJ". HALDEMAN.
ProaMent of the rr.t LnrjISVItLK C0U
RLKWOURN AL, CO., tails wnat
ha know, of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Idood. is the best remedy
whirti nrodiiedhecllv to blood poisoning,
All chemists and physicians who have
made an examination of Bkown's Ii:on
Bittkks endorso this remedy ns contain
ing those qualities to asnperlativcucgrcc.
For this reason so nianv physicians pre
,.rihn HitowN's IroK lillTEUS in inter.
niitteiit fevers and chills and fever. Wo
havo never heard of a single case where
it failed to be of benefit, Wo have hun
dreds of testimonials of cures of these
diseases by Bow'n'bIiion Bitters, from
persons v jo havo eudered many times
in tho raat mid found no relief from any
nllipr renu1 dies. Its efiect is also won
iinrfiil in lassitude, thu tired, exhausted.
worn-out, depressed feelings; you know
(hem. You have experienced them.
Buows'8 Irou Uitteb3 will furnish you
strength, will remove the tired feeling
tho feeling of languor and lassitude, and
give you elasticity, vigor and health.
No other remedy hrm the power and
strength combined with the purity and
enriching qualities ot JiuowK 8 li:o:
Bitters. That this is the case is test!
fied to bv the neonle who have
the physicians and chemists who h;:v'
examined it and reeommcnaeu n,
the nroat sales, which in five years have
increased twenty fold. BltowN a lnoJf
BlTTims does not 'injure or dieeolorih
teeth, and docs not cause headache
constipation. All other iron medieiin
do. Beware of imitation". W- l.no
it is the custom of some dealers ;;o
many however) to attempt to sell fi-iik
thing on which lln-y can make more in ,
lit than we can nlluw them on 1'uuwV
lnnv Hitteus. But don't he deceiveil
Yon want the ccnuine P.nowjf'S lltns
BlTTKlw with the trademark and crossed
red lines on the wrapiT. hold every.
... . .in
wh.cre. ri'iec is on"; ;,nz ;v.::::,r Ur
tie. Mudoby Brown Chemieal Co.. Balti
BJLO w cost;
lir our enure hock nan io do aoia or mu-
QHry 1, iooi, w aiirniiT. iuiNArvu.iouii'
out compawy r.tirtna, .
-W oflor our iiuojoaie itook Ke5ra
Ooori Felt Hr.ts Vu'.-iTT
Fin Felt Kats. Now Bhape , worth 1.4. i J
J ok Lotrl lla8, w rin irom io v
Beautiful Ko en, all Color. 3iorl0o
FLOYD & CO.
(CCCEHaOIM TO C. H. EKICH),
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
aa-Aa-eata for tbe eelebralea 6BIEJIWOOD TITBIFIED CHIITA, aaealaJiy
antilrd for Holela. KumraaH ana srmii.-m
JOHN E. B.ANDLE k CO., PBOPS'S,
98 Seoond St. Memphis. Teon.
tam FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
viS. 5vi uiMtirinriipinin wn ninr.vitq rn
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALKR8 IN
VugineH, Boilors, Ww mills,
Efrndlord Coru and What K.U1
otf on Press, Cotton
S FECI A l. MOIt'lt'E We are prTara3 to 111 orden,
on mot notioo, for the oelerated Btedart Fateaa
Mroaal-' Pallet. W e&rry in atook over
Two Hundred Aaiortad ones.
a-Kend for Cataloroa and Prloe-ilst.
51P0LE05 HILL, Pre.Ideat. W. N. WHJtEKSOa, Tloorrili la
li. j. jjint VOBsuara
MenniMs Cit j Feb & Gbq'1 ins. Gib
fJrOEBI A SEBEBAIi FIKB AIB ALAJtIHa BCSiai
A QUARTER OF A rV.ILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. L COU , JAMES BZIIXT,
mww v a. aura
w. v. BiraauM
Ofiiee 19 51 .l!n Street, Memphis. Teiira
oods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engines, Machinery of All Descriptions, ,
wn.aga sTnnwn st Memphis TT.vrrr.
. Liberal Advances on Consignments.
266 Front Street. : : Memphis. Temi,
L. D. MULLINB, ol lats J. R. flodwln A Co. JAS. Y0NGE. lata of J. W. Caldwall k Ca
MULLIMS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Commission lorchants
n. 1 Kowanl's flow, Cnr. Front and Union. Mflmphfo.
Confections, Olaccs, Nongat Caramels, French Fruit Glaees,
Cream Bon Boris, Fine French Handmade Cream and,
Von Bons, Cliocolatcs, Ices and Nongatines,
Tott caa find tlioio gooda " AT RETAIL," la any ,n.nUHi, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail Eitablishment,
Tin. IS JttTerson Street, OptM<c Their Factory.
Thi are tho Sncst Confections that the Memphis Tublio hafo Tr had tho opportunity
obaerT.d for many yenra, the Tlue of your
remedy promi-tina rue to wiy.in rep to
Orrica or tbi CorBiRi-JoiraaaL,
Winltnmith Sir: I w1to a rulo t bare
our request, what riow or your v-nui
lam. The prlrate anuranoel nf lta effloac.
I had, and the soon reanita ol iu aaeou i
hadoUrvodon, Mr. K. V , Moredith, who
r flflinn venra. hint In n lore
iur ni" . - ..J,- ... ; - . .... I, I.
bit famil). Xho reaulu have been entirely
utt.liiiitory. Tbe flr.t oaae waa of two
atr.ndina.ta which 1 belioo every
Inowa Veaie'iy bad boon tried with tempo
rarr roliet the elitlla returning periodically
and witn iiui." ii. ,v'""i"
v .7.. k.Ab. (hem at once, and there hoi
. of thm for ninra than
ti moatha. Tho other caw waa ot a milder
firnTand folded meie readily to other
"'f .I'i:.. k..t l.. ohi wnul.l return at tn-
trval nntu your u....v.in wr , .
wh ch ttme, now nupuiu.,
" .. "i. .i' ..,.u.iired. Kroui tbe opportu
ne I k.v. hud to jiKliro, I d TiM hesitate to
Ul i-f th.l Tniv I
.at,,. 1,1. aneoiOo, and ,flormB all you
prouiiae lor it.
V . . l A LD K M A 5T
ARTni'R PETKR CO., Aieota, Loull
- a . j " wieyi ' a
Cream BaW CLY..iv
UWoa Ro taf
once and Caret
llll.ll ID HbAi'a
jarTTry nr "New Oronni l.oaf" "lellelon.w'gw
8. . ESTB3.
B. B. BPICBR.
W. B. DO AH.
uoya a vhhu, -firu
Udiea' Trimmed Hats, worth
Lons 1-lumea from... "J
Oilrioh Tipa, 3 in Bunoh, from ii60?.u,)
Biida. wn... Fanny Feather.. FeatW
llaodii etc., at " '
aa-Don't tone Your Chance. Famambar
Irom tnia uay w uu.
oa-Urldnl and Jlouralng OotHls.
Tho flnoat aiaortment ot vvujB m iu
aa-Uata Beahapad. Foathors Cleaned, Dyod
"olden Hair Wah by tho Small or Lane
r v . 1 TU 1H WEALTH. Dl,
Miectfle for liyateria, Dtiii
.i.,rnn. Vii.. Neivoni neural-
Sta. Vloadache. Ner.o-a Pro.tratloo. cauaed
By the ui. of alcohol or tgbaeooi Wake-
aa a t l.....t.aa HaI .tn I ft aT Af thai
ESS lE.IE3s"fl;-SJ CSO
(NCtl'ERSOBS TO ESTES, DOAH CO.
Molesale Grocers and Cotton Facloro
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis. Teas.
B. WITSM Alflf I Co.
H holesale Dealer and Publishers,
Sale AsentJ for the followlnt Firat-CUal ItiwumeaM. .
STEINWAY and KNA.BE
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gamer, ana wneeioca.
OBOANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7-OCTAVB PIANO FOtt aioo.-aa
Write for Catalog.. TVoa. 221 and 28S Second WtrHt. Wnphla,
aeoay auu uin.i - -
Aae, ItarrenneM, Loaa ol rower in e.iu.r
Involuntary Loaaea and Spormator.
rhea, eau.t 1 by over-oxertion ol tlie brain,
alf-abuao oroicrimluicenoo. naou wm w.-
...... mnn,h. lrM.t?ncnt. SI a DOI, O
ti botea for 5,aoni b, mail Prepaid, oa
..!i r nri. We euarnnlco 8ii Eoxei
to cure ay oaae. W ith ench order rosiiTOfi
: . t v. A. ..iiTim.r, 1 n,i Willi 11.
, A ,h. mirphuer ODf Written
inarnrtee to refund the money If tho treat
n,nt dna. iot effect a cure, . Guaranteel
turned onlyb A. KKSiiKiiT OO..ilru.
(lata. Memnhla. Tenn.
r T - I .1 a m i fi. ; t
Ptucs and OffcTi
Aparllcta la R!pHJ Into caoh noatru.ana
h aurooahle. I rice cent at B'ui;il
UFiail.rci!it'roit.l"'i-''nli. Circulars tree.
KLY liVU'S.. l)rui-iaia.iwefo..W;.
vaitoaiHI.YN.BI. Y. lionrdon the Hill.
Mrs 11. 0. lliiward. WanhinRlon
Park.' Koorna larao; locatioa delii'hifui.
ConTonlent lo cr to .Mantattan V'
Coney Island. Long Bta.-h andContral V.rtt
alwi to New lork pluc.i of aaiuiement.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALERS IN
I'likx St. (Lee Block)
W. B. M41I.OBT.
w. . cBAwroan.
CRAWFORD & CD.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And CoramisHion Merchants, i
372 & 374 Front St.. Cor. Qayoso, Memphis Tcnn.
LORD, DIEHL & DANBURY,
lunrr-irssnRS TO a LORDS ale DIEHI..
MimirillTDBKIlS AND BOIXlsas
Laner Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
n.ml Walor nf a
rPHBK arru 'iii
3ft. 2Q3 Front Wfree
..... in , T .,
J. C. KEELY.
B. H. BR0OK8.
H. M. KEELY.
Kr.MOVr.D AI.IYF., in from 40 to sw
minntca, complete, with head, or no
charre. M,licino pleasant and harmloM.
NO KASTlNi). Can be admiuiatoied with
aafety lo child or adnlt. Call on
UK. M. NKY NMITH,
At Mr.. liccktcl'a houne, oirncr Third and
Madiaomts. Ch.nsultituin I'ana.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
?lo. 367 Front Street, : Jlemphls,
To n n.
JIui guy nie in a critiial tta e. 'J