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JalMAIJiS IT ILL NOT LIE IS
Tfl IifcoliT iHparlmcnl Will
Close su Hoaday Tho 1'retMent
Will Attend the Funeral.
Nbw York, Koven.bor 19 The
Inner.! oremcnif-s over Gb. Ar
tliin'4 irmaibH Vvill be entirely with
ont (!i.'lv. His rt-maios Kill not lie
in s'hic, bnl alter the services on
Monrlay will be takf n direct to the
Ruial Omtte;y at Albany. It was
t)i iutention of the' authorities ol
Alhsnv to have the leiouins lie la
stato in the city ball there, and with
that ohjtct in view .Mayor Thatcher
el that city, cent the following thii
iLiDT, N. Y.. November 19, 186.
fo John R. McKlroy, No. 123 Lexington
sreane, New York:
Will it he agreeable to the family to
have President Aithur'a remains lie
in tta in the city ball, this ci'y, on
JC-UH BOYD THATCHER, Mayor.
Thin answer was telf graphed:
Ion. Joha Bojd Thatcher, Mayor! Albany,
N. Y. :
Th family of. Qen. Atthnr request
Hie tq acknuwlKde your telegram und
to xpiws to you their mneeie sppre
e.slitn. An it is the deire that the
ex'.-rc.ffB shall he s simple as pnai
bl', it hat b en dei i.led not to accept
any ciflt-rol puulie cremonial.
JOHN K. McELHOY.
The B'ard ot Aliiormen today re
oivad a mtsaoge frm Mayor Uraon in
regnid to the death of ex Pi efficient
Aitbar. Appropriate resolutions were
a ir pled. Ail public builtriuga were
ordered dripeii and public butiuess
O'Jiei ded on the day of the funeral
Rsjeenllee Departments lo III
"Washington, November 19. The
rrwidnnt today itsaed an executive
rder fur the closing of the Executive
Pupaitimnts on Monday, the day aet
for the funeral of ex-l'resident Ar
thnr. The rreeldent Hill Alttnd Ibe In
neral. Washington. November 19. The
T resident will ltav Waahington Sun
day night for Nst York to a tund the
funeral of ex-Frtsident Arthur Mon
day morning. lie will be accompanied
bv Secretaries ltayartl, Kudiuott,
Whitney, and Lamar and Postmaster
Oon. VI hi. The party will return to
Washington Monday afternoon, leav
ing New York directly after the fit
ernl. The Ur itud Stales Mouatorlal
Commit' e will leave here Sunday at
4 o'clork p.m , on at count of the death
f ex-President Arthur. President
Cleveland did not hold his customary
reception till, afternoon.
Poaleattcra o Be Closed.
Washikotom, November 19. The
JVstmaUr General tiiday lesued the
following order: "On Monday, the 22J
t November, the poetofllceH cf the
United States may be closed between
the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. and 1
o'clock p m., in memory of the late
President ol the United States, Cheater
Allan Arthur, and the usual emblems
of mourning oi'played."
Anaoaarenienl Ibe SJiipreaae
Washington, November 19 At
B:80 o'clock this afternoon Attorney
General tiailand formally announced
in the Supreme Court the death of
Ex-Prteldnt Arthur. J he Chief
Jaitlce said the court received the sad
intelligence with sincere regret, and,
flaniaik of iti respect to the de
ceased, would etand adjuUruud until
Ts-day nut. 1
The Uonrd of A lilernien i'aaaj Keao
lutloua. Niw Yoke, November 19. The
tViardol Aidiruuu today received a
aie-ange from Mayor Oiae iu regard
to the dtatli of Ex -President Arthur.
Appropriate reaolutious were adopted.
All pmblit) bnildinga wure ordered
draped and cub ic butdnetM snHpundi-.d
on tie day ol the funeral.
Telrgraaue of t'oudoleuce.
Maw Yo, November 19. The fol
lowing are among His telegrams of
rondo en lie received by the family of
the lata n-Proslilent:
Wabhikuton, Novomber 19, 1HH6.
. A. Arthur, Ir.t
Please accept my sincere sympathy
for yonrself and sinter iu vour M o
tion. Yuur father's death tans'il a
gloom over the nation he served with
dietingniHhed honors and ability as its
' . 8. M. CULLOM.
Baa Fasamsro, Cit.., November IU, 188(1.
Mrs. Joan K. MulSlroy:
III expressing our profound sorrow
and sincere sympathy we voice the
universal s .ntiment h"r.
JOHN P. JONKS,
JOHN W. MACK AY.
ArjQtiSTA, Ma., November IV, lHSt).
C. A. Arthur, Jr. :
I beg to tender my sincere! sympa
thy in your great bereavement. It it
Biy intention to be present at the fu
neral. JAMEO, BLAINK.
SraiNflriSLD, Iul., Norombor IV, 1WM,
C. A. Arthur, jr.i
I am instructed by the Grand Lodge
of the Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, of (his 8tate, now in session at
the Capital, to convev to you auu your
sister lis sincere enndnlenee.
A. 0. OARDNKK, Commandor.
Stiu.witir, Misn., NoTombor 19, lKmt.
C. A. Arthur, jr. :
Accept and convey to Mrs. McE'roy
and yo.tr siater my dtepejt sympathy.
The end, long expected, finds us still
unprepared and unrecmoileil to the
ending, c 1 one of the nobleatcf private
c.ii 'its and best ot puhliu men
IXM. 8 A DIN.
Who Will lie IhI1 llmrers.
Ntw York, Novemhnr 19 Who are
to be pall htarera at Ex President Ar
thur's funeral wiil he decided and toe
invitat'ons sent out today. There
were numeroui callen at bis late resi
dence this motninit.
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Mr. Lawrence Bairett's pspsr on Ed
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ond In interest to Mr. B otli's essay
on his futh sr, Junius Brums Booth,
which appealed in the third volume
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A 4JLOHE "CALL,."
Ilowila, iahl I Jii onll la to fay
Dat da vet'ry aooapa you at pattar.
An' I'ai ta aunxeit' da 'anot why
Aa will at p'dita uattara an Imter.
Our ranc'atlon la ooa ol da bent;
It'a lars, and aiimoiimo) drrotlannl ;
That la, whon iut lo (ha loat:
Or act la do niuad oall'd aui'ilUaal.
IU marnbaha ura "tonpy" well brad.
Fack, aah. They're known aa prosreitiv'
Binop whan aaylaiiig'aaaid
To ohanaa 'm dan dar rii.
They'va had aar'rll ohancaa ob lata,
An' aav'ril O'W iatra too
Whythia wm 'III naadlers ta atata
To a maa o' 'aprorlanoa lika J u.
So to innka ya' pi If I k tti an' "roome,
Mnka it aaay, aa't wh, on dojiota,
I pa'paaa, aa a nea'oarry m iT-,
J la tapal yoa onto a faw pinU,
W hat you want to do la fo' teaohln'
la to liarht omo anujotiiln' data new,
An' lot up oa it tea dey bin preanhia'
'Way up I rum do year ona aa' two.
Pa people ia tired o hearln' 'em I
Kiiioundod full one way a uililar,
Till, atea4 boin' Iriuhtoned an' leartn' 'am,
Day'aiot ate to "Gain kill in' lil bruddar.''
What rl y waat ta a airt o' aonaiion,
Dat'll pleate botu de aen'a an' de ladiea.
An' ynu want t? eut tu yo' orntion
Mo' talk 'bout llnhbin dan lladnf.
Di" preaotila' all I me 'bout. aietUn'
An' l)in' an' chamm', or waa'n all,
Be n' puniahod, la aort o' oongoilia',
An' oonaid'ed by inmi aa punainal.
An' dnan aay nnt'iln' '(la linker
'Cauae aoaie of 'om pell it retail ;
An' doy'd sit offunj d much quicker
Dn while folka, who fall it wboleaala.
D an' ha alwiya iln' tubaar plloua;
It ynu do, ro ll be depnaed,
l)o d ian' ilka om of any 'aorlptlon i
Doan' k yar or real or uppnd.
One preaohor we bail, Mlaitr Uunney,
'Coarad be amlor d.it 'li.Mil rapelll
Ue waa allua try in' raiae nuney.
An' oom'atluu dny rained . Wall,
Day all rm up, a' want out
An' Irf Mr. (i in do lurch.
An' (In Ui'noiinal day raian uh a akout
Dat tl lika to a huaiej de church.
An' doan' lie m kin' ooinilninta(
Or tollln' ohby one diy ia itunera :
Kind o' ainaate fume of 'oiu'a aainu,
Den yen nil 'tIIikI in dinnora.
In dnaoribiu' Ue way up too Wlory
Mka it eaiior, lighter 'n (ladder,
Drn it la in dat ole lone 'tnry
'Rout hard'' to climb up a ladder.
Kins In a mo' mod irn yaraion,
li'll make 'am put on mo' al-l;
Fn' dem lollera doan' wai' da eX''r'ton
Of ebea orawlln' u "(lolden ataira."
Tell 'en dla de aao o' impro'iuent,
An' dat dla chu'oh will, aoouer or later,
Be de ploneora in a movomont
To aead 'om up ln-el'atnrl
Dat'll oalch 'am I 'oauae d y ain't apry,
An' eyeaihi aome o' 'eui'f hany.
Dot el'yatnr'll caioh der eya.
'Oaaaa all ob 'am'a pow'iul laiy.
Kt yoa play 'am lika die. Miat, lla'aaoa,
After yoa haa 'oeoted de "oall,"
Wiyyo piaoa be aaay 'n oompa aoa
Ta aonia daU hail II. Dat'aalll .
Bat af yoa dean', you'll meat laoh a re
Ob opinloa from dat crowd entire,
You'll think yo' oonducitla' raheraal
Ob eana ohnwera up in a ohoir.
Wha'datT Yoa deellnede eoaiahJ
An' yoa aan't flatter eeopla dat wayt
Well, I know dat eon'satl.iu'f with,
bo I'll nek to bid ynu-UoiTdayl
-Ytor Areuly, M,m O'Brit.
WisaiKUTON, D. 0., Noyau. bar It, loA6.
COL. K. C. IiOUDlNOT
Vib-pta, I. T., November 19. Ool.
E. 0. Bctidinot, himself a Chornkee
and a lawyer of prominence, in a
letter for publication on the subject
of selling the Cherokee strip, says:
"The Cherokee Nation cannot sell an
acre of its lands without the consent
of Congress, and if the New Tork
syndicates shou'd offer SLt) an acre,
cash down, they could not buy one
acre of the Cherokee strip. If the
Chsrokera want to sell the strip they
can sell to the Uui'ed 8tts and ta
no ons else. The United Bates will
not give more than $1 25 per acre, but
the lands are worth all the syndicates
oflar for It $3 pr acre. In tire years
from thi time those lands could be
sold In a body at 15 per acre; that
is, enpposlns we cuuld sell them
at all, which I have just said
we ' ronld not, except to the
United ' bUtst. Now, if we
are not permitted to sell tne lands for
what they are worth, what is the next
brat thing to do with tbom T I ees no
better way than ta lease them for a
fair price in tracts of not morn than
101,000 acres and not lees than lOc-nts
per acre, and ta give enterprising
Cherokee oit'mtis the first chance. If
soy of our substantial cattle men wish
to take lea of 100,000 acres, say for
ten yews, why not give them the
riviietref I a my opinion, the entire
6,000 000 sorts could be leaifd in this
wy at 10 csnta rer acre, and fOOO.OOO
coaid be distrihnt'd among the pe
pie every jear. If the preennt leasees
wish a relosFe of the strip, they should
have it done Irgally and in order. The
preeeut lease I ai been dee'ded by the
Attorney Geueral t) be Illegal. The
only la a f ul w y to lesre the lands to a
cliix of thu Uui'cd rj ales is to get
Cnngrepn to au'h rina sucb ketse,"
Alttll K Til nullltaN.
Mas. WiasLnw's Poothiso Stbup ahonld
alwaya bo uat'il for children '.eethtna. It
aoiithea tlie ciillil, anltrna tho anna, ailara
all pin, enrol wind ciio. and Is the beat
remedy lor du:ihea; 25c a bolU.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
ACSTEIt, EXULiXD AXD GER
A Union Between Itonruella and
Bulgaria, Before the Reent Is
Pemth, November 19 It is stated
here that Au trie, England and Gar
many have prnpotet tbat before a
enccresor to Piir.c? Alextnilnr oa the
Bulgarian throne be elected, th union
between Bulgaria and Eastern Bourne
lia shall be adjusted ona permanent
basis. It is said that Russia has ob
jected to the proposal. Count Kalnoky,
Imperial Minister for Foreign AffHirn,
in closing the debate on tne budget
yesterday before the Committee of the
Auttrian Delegation, referred at length
to the Bulgarian question. lie said
the Imperial government's policy was
to uphold a long as possible the Ber
lin treaty ss the legal basis for the
conduct of affairs in the Balkan States
and the basis on which peace was to
be preserved. This policy would be
pursued in order to allow the Ba kan
Staies, which the treaty created, to
become independent. This policy,
Count Kalnoky continued, had so far
succeeded that Itnsia bad abo fa
vored now the maintenance of the
si at ns quo and the pretervstion of
p 'nco in the Balkan regions Bu'garis
lierielf had been the tirdt ti be guilty
ot an infraction of i he principle ot tho
Berlin trea'y This was when she
aided and shared in the Itonmulian
revolution in 18H5. Count Kilnoky
said ha did not wit h to reproach Bul
garia; he merely alluded to the histor
ical fact. There was anoiier reasm
why Auetiia shou'd adhere to the
policy he had enunciated. The very
certainty that the settlement of the
Bulgarian question would not involve
by any means a settlement of the
whole Eastern qii'eetion, afforded the
etrongost incentive to Austria
to proceed with all poi ib e
patience and to husband hrr
tesourcei. lie hoped the committee
would agree with him that before all
else peaceful sottlument of the prepent
lesue should be sought. lie rtcag.
niz'd the fact that ihe Bulgarians had
an aptitude f or forming a (S.ate, but he
thought that Austria had a right to
utter a warning against too great op
timism. Ha admitted that the union
of Bulgaria and Eastern Krnme ia did
not conflict with either Austrian or
European Interests, but pointed out
that Austria did not poises the sale
tight to speak regarding Bu'garia's
and Roumelia's rights to carrying out
out this union. Tne conduct of the
Bulgarians since independence had
been accorded them warranted the
conclusion that they would always
step forward to maintain and
secure tbat independence. If Austria
maintained the Berlin treaty it should
nut bs difficult for the oiher powers to
aleo do so. tie admitted that Russia
was more favorably situated with re
spect to exercisirg greater influence
with the people of the different Bal
kan States than was either Austria or
Hungary. Austria and Hungary,
however, did nothing in the direction
of extending their influence among
the Balkan pennies wbiuh did not
emanate from the Imperial Govern
ment. Consuls could not multiply
Austria's relations to a foreign coun
try nor ionnd Austrian popularity in a
foreign country. He regretted that
such a small number of Austrians
traveled in Bulgaria, compared tJ the
number of persons belonging to oiher
nationalities who visited trrnt country,
and urged that steps should be at once
taken to increase activity in Austtia's
industrial and commercial relations
w ti the B ilgrians. Pausing to an
i tlier branch of the (uhject, Count
K ilnoky said he regretted that the
c uifideiitial nature of the negot'a'lons
In piogress between the two Empires
fireveuted hitn from inmiciat
rg the conclusive . arguments
wtiich he could otherwise employ
to deiuorietrdte the cordiality
of the relatione between AiiBtna and
Germany, which had remained un
changed eince 1879. In bis bands they
had tssontially developed and stre ngtli
ened. Tne confidence and tiuat of
botli gnvernmeniB iu the alliance was
complete and mutual. It was impos
Bib'e to fully explain the lubject pub
licly When he recently deprecated
atiachlni undue Importance to mere
words and letters, he did not wish to
have It Inferred that formal engage
ments did not exist between Austria
and Germany; he meant rather that
the haais of agreement be'ween the
two Empires was rendered much
stronger by bring founded on the mu
tual Interests and convictions of both
8 ates. Each bad a vital Interest in
the continued ex stenceol the other
aa a strong and independent power.
He denied that Rusria's joining the
Imperial alliance had prejudiced the
relations between Austria and Ger
many. The friendly grouping of the
three States sprang from the idea that
it was most important that Austria
and Germany should stand in tbe best
posslhle relationship toward Russia.
"When Ia'sumed office," continued
the Count, "the relations between
Anstr a and Rursia were not of the
mot pleasant nature. Thejwre nei
ther good, nor were they quite bad;
but were cf an nndecided character.
We we coined Russia to a meeting
with us to enable ns to extricate our
selves from this position, which action,
however, in no way affected our rela
tions with Germany. Now, I attach
great value to tbe frieudly relation
ship which exis's on Austria's part
toward Ruiaia without prejudice ta
our relations with Germany, which
ate of quite a different chata ter."
Count Kalnoky then announced
that tbe powen were now (OLsiJiring
the question of plhdug u prince on the
Tne rela ions between Austria snd
the United Niates, Count Kalnoky said,
were very friendly, and the appoint
ment of an American Minister at Vi
enna and of an Austrian Minister at
Washington were, he declared, immi
nent. Immediately after the conclusion of
Count Kamoky's speech the budget
was adopted without amendment
The aelwa Pre ew the Peeth
St. PmpssiTRa, November 19. The
Journal. dt St Pttmbourg, commenting
oa a letter from Penh attributing the
fiery anti-Russian tone of many of the
sneecbHS mads by members of the
Hungarian delegation to the alleged
proverbial fondness of tbe Magyars (or
bnllicose oratory, says: 'That expla
nation will not ho d good with regard
to the public uttrancs of Cabinet
Minister, however, f r he is not per
mitted to use language on interna
tional affairs that Is capuble of double
and diverse constructions. Tnis is
undoubtedly the lea -on whv Eupcror
Fiancis Joseph spike in fitting and
conformable tones of Anst ia's f oeigu
relations. Tie pac tio in e-pieta ion
which ihe Europtao pr.-es bai given
to Count Kaliuiky'a speech proves
tbattbeie iB a univets-tl doaire for
peace ; but ccullJeuce in the main
tenance of pene'i being basud on tbe
Cdrtainty ot Rass a's pacifi t views,
why are tbrni nbeleRB prove ct ons
pennifed? P.iblic op;nioafindxdiffl
cu'ty in reconciling such a ceurss
with the friendly nodeotanding em
bodied in the triple allimc-, aid
insy just'y ddu t wh-'tber Ooni.t Ka'
nokv spoke with G ruby's author
ity." Tbe l)eia.rlur ul lienlbara.
Viknna, Noverib-r 19. Difpatches
from Sofia B ate that ihe Kegii.t. k ew
five days before Bu-Hia initruded Gun.
Ku ha s to leave Bulgaria, nnleet Ins
demand for tbe di niual ol God. Mnt
keroff area complit-d with, tLat he was
going to l ave anyhow. Toe aatboii
lies hitve all been ordered to aff rd
every facility for tafe departure to the
Rnesian officials snd tbose nnder their
protection who wi'l leave the country
along with Geo. Kalbiurs, and to take
all tiie etps necmaiiry to p-event any
outoresk or dironler on tlie occasion
of tteir depannte. It is etated that
Runeia will send to tlie powers a mem
orandum concerning the Bulgrian
question and tbe ection of Gen. Kau!
hare. Telegrams luve been cent from
Lompalankato Prince Alexander, con
gratulating him on the first anniver
sary of bis decisive victory over the
H-rvians, which w-is won at Slivnitzs
November 18. 18Ko
Will Hoi hain rl Nleholae.
Vienna, November 19. It is sorai
olli't allv snroum cil that L rd Lid ia
leigh, B i i h t-ec i t ry uf S:e.te for
Foieign Affaire, ac ig in concert wi h
Count Kb ok y, wiil not hnpport tbe
Prince of Minyrvli i for the Bulgri.in
throne at pree n', but awaits 1 tie ut
terai ces c f thy Bulgarian people on
his caudiditu n.
NfibnltoflT'e llrnil Cornea OA.
Soma, N ivember 19. Capt Nabo
bnff.who led ther'voitat Biurgas, and
thies rergeauts who were implicated
In the rising, have been condemned to
dcaib. Several fi rmer oflhia's. in
Rouuiqlla who tm k part in tne revolt
were sentenced to imprisonment for
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether Iu the form ot
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In a
sense of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetltc.ahould sii(rgestinenseof Ayert
Sursiipurllla. This preparation Is most
effective for giving tone end strengtn
to the enfeebled system, promoting; tb
digestion and assimilation of food, restor
ing the nervous forces to their normal
condition, and for purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fall.
I was troubled with a distressing Cougo,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervone
nes. I tried various remedies prescribed
by different phvslrlans, but became so
weak that I could not go up etiiire with
out stopping to rest. 11 y friends recom
mended me to try Ayur's Snrsnparllla.
which I did, and 1 inn now as healthy ana
strong as ever. Mrs. E. L. Williams,
I have used Aror's Snrsnparllla. in my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if It (a
taken faithfully, Unit it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have also
prescribed It as a tmile, as well ns an alter
ative, and must say that I honeatlv believe
It to be tho best blond medlcfne ever
compounded. W. F. Fowler, 1. D.
M. I)., Greenville, Tcun.
It would bs linooaiilble for me to do
scribe what I aullered from Indigestion
and Hnndacbop to the time 1 began
taking Ayer's Snrsnparllla. I was under
the rare of various phys'clnns and tried
a great niany kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than ter iorary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Snrmpnrilla fur
a fdiort tlinci, ni. I e'rdurlio disappeared,
and my stomach p formed ; duties more
perfectly. To-day my healt'. Is com-
iiletely restored. Mary Hurley, Spring
leld.Maaa. I have been greatly benefited by the
prompt use f Ayer's Sarsnparlllu. It
tiini-a and WVfairjrules he r ysteni, regulates
the net Ion of uieditmtlvo "und assimilative
organs, and vl ilies tho blood. It Is,
without doubt, tlie most reliable blood
purifier vet discovered. H. I). Jobuson,
8S3 Atluutic avo., Brooklyn, N. Y.
by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, V aaa.
SU S13 hotUea, SS.
Child Birth Easyl
The time baa come when the ter
rible agony ot thia critical period in
woman a ll e ran be avoided. A dis
tinguiahed phy.ician, who apent 44
yeara in thia branch of practice, left
to child bearing woman thia legacy,
Taa MoTHia'a Kamso, and to 'ay
there are thouaanda ol women whe.
bavins used tb la remeiy before son
flnemtnt, rise ui and call his name
bleaaed. We can prove all wa claim
br living witne-aci and anyone tnter
eated can call, or have their huahanda
do ao, and fee the ciginal lattera,
which we cannot nubliah.
All drogglaia fell it. For particulars &d
draaa BsaDFikld RaovLAToa Co.,
ii i a tn
t U.I..I..MI iHAiHtinl
5' : UureDieeaaeaoC
horses. Cattle. Sheep
DOQ9, 11008, rOULTEY,
In nao for over 2i) years by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horao It. R., io.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
V STABLE CHART -V
Mounted on Rollers 0. Book Mailed Free.
Huinphret s'Med.Co., 109 Fulton 81.. W.T.'
Jri I aVb W ASk T U AeaVI m W
ftyfv I HOMEOPATHIC f ft
K-fl sPEPainn NnV.n
In uao ilu wrs. Tnoonif aneceaaril ramedy for
Nervous Debility, vital Weakror
n,l l-n-lralion, Irwn onw-work or other '?.
l iwrvlal. orS vialaaml lart. rial (wlr. r. a
Sou ur llM'OHtanv ur.,.nt Khtiaul o.i riKi. ff
pnea. Uealw.r' "HMt.. I oa H- m.. X .
DR. EM. LEWIS.
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN,
T ATK OF 6T. LflUtS, MO., ha nat stted
J-J op an elegant office over l.yt!e Jtfcblclda a
groce y at.,re, corner ot Adama and Main,
where he ia ready t ftt all aighu and ma
alaaae to order. The rubhe are Informed
that the D otor baa no glaaaea lor al other
than thoae mada lr bunaelf and In ouniorm
Ity with tho men ?ir emeu t ol the ere. The
Iloctnrhaa node that h'f ereclal ftudv and
haa all the Nteat c e tillo trate and inatrq
menu to in-ure per'ect and easy sight,
i'hy.iciana iireacriiilicna f. r glaaaea caiaiully
filled. Ollioa hour. ir"m 9 to 12 and 1 'n o p.m.
IiR U. V. I KH IS.
OfoPal and Optician. No. 21H Main atraet,
aouthaut oorner Aiauis and Uaia.
I i. 1 1 a 4
NOVEMBER 50, 1SSS.
FLOYD k CO.
(MTJCCEi'MOIM TO C. ff. KKICU),1
mm, mi I
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
rAeaUfor tlie celebrated GBEE1V WOOD VITRIFIED CHISaV, spceitUly
lirel for Mntrtn, Reaianranta unit Hlmliaat..ta
f APOLE0I HILL, Presldest. W. N. WlIsmS.TIawlUki
H. J. LT55.iCaukltr.
I-' ii"! TT
OeOEal A 0XBEBAI, m Ul SAKIII inini,
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITA.
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Rteani Engines, Machinery of All DeaerlptlouiH,
TTq. 339 SFCOWrt ST MFTVTPHTIBI TRVW.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocsrs
30C-S9S Frat St., Hexaphln, Temn.
HILL, FONTAINE & 60.
Cotton Factors. Commission ierchnk
Uo, HO Oonth Haln Rl., Ki. Itsxslu.
We M. BIOWI.
Liberal Advances on Consignment.
2CO Front Street, : : Mcmitliis. Temi,
L. D. MULLIK9, oflate J. R. Sodwln ft Co. JAB. YONQE, lata el J. W. Caldwell A Or
MUIiLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors&Commission lerchanis
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Fnioii, VAnr.)liio.
Confections, Glaccs, Nougat Caramels, French Frnit Olacos,
Cream Iton lions, Fine French liandiuaue Creams and
Ton JJons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatiues.
Ton can And these goods " AT RETAIL, " in any quaatities, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s lletail Eistablishment,
Ko. i:t Jc tTcrsou Street, OppoMte Tliolr Factory.
These are the finest Confections that the Memphis Public have ever had tho opportunity
war Try On r "llfew Cream l.oaf" " I)eUclonw."tSt
S. V. K3TI8.
(SOCCaWSOBS TO BITES), BOAH ak CO.)
Vlolesale Grocers and Cotton Factoro
Mot. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Teas.
Wholesale Dealer and Fnblbthere,
Bole Agents for the following Firat-Claae Inatraments ;
STEIlSfWA-Y and KNABE
PIANOS Kranich ti Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBGANfil-Clough &. Warren, and Smith American.
jar A NKW 7-OOTAVB PIANO FOR l0.-?
Writ for Oatalotrnea. TVo. 981 and 8&1 Seconal Mrf4. Hfemr
W. R. MaVLLOBT.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission MercTiaiits,
372 & 374 Front St.. Cor. Qayoso, Mcmphly. Tenn.
LORD, OIEHL & DANBURV,
(8TJC0K8S0RS TO 9 LORDS at DirHL),
HANCFACTCBERS AMD BOTTLERS OF
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
SSIaernl Wafer of all Savors, and XXX Belraat laiser Ale.
rPllKK APPJLX CIDER, in Barrela and Hall Barrett, a specialty.-!
No. 803 Front Street... Wemphlw. TessweianoaB.
J. C. NEELY.
a II. BB0OK8.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants
o. 3G7 Front Street, : IlemphlH, Temis
& Mils. Ca
W. B. tKAH.
W. J. OBAWrOKI.
H. M. NEELY
ITAINE I CO.
GRflWFQRD i GO
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" W do hereby Certify that w tuvervi tk
arrangement for all In SUtntkly and Quar
ter! y t) routing of the Louitiana State Lottery
Company and in prion manag und Control
the Urmexng themaetvee, and thai the earn ara
tonductfid icitn honetyt fairnen, and in foof
fauh toward all parties, and m autkorite th
Company to ue thit Certificate, teith ae-mmUm
of our tignatnree attached, in Ue mdmrfiee
V7, tin muUnimud, Bmlu and BmJurt,
Ml pay all Prwi dram m Th Louitiamm
Sialt LotUrie vhick may b pnumttd al tmr
J. H.eMLENBT,PrM. I A. Rat'l Baak.
J.W.KIl.RRETH.Pree.Sta(e Rati Bit
A. BALDWIS, Free. R. O. Hat.Bk.
TTSPKECEDESTED ATTRACTION t
V Over Hair a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Inoorn rated tn U68 lor twentr-ave year a
br the Legislature tor Educational and
Charitable purwisaa with a oapital of Jl,-0W,00O-to
whioh a roaerve fund oi overtfSO,
000 haa sinoe been eddqit.
By an ovorwhelminit ponnlur vote its
franchise was toade a part of the presentState
Conatitntioa, adoptoU Ueoember 2d. A.D.
its Grand Mingle Number Draw.
loss will take place monthlv. It aerar
-aUi or poaipoaef. Look at the tollowios
lU9tn GKAKD MONTHLY
Extraordinary (uaiierly Drawiug
In tbe Academy nt Mnaio, New Orleana,
InomlHr, Da-eembt-r 14, HHH,
Under the personal euiiervision and mai
avementtif CIvn.G.T. BeaureKartl.of Louisiana, and
Ueu.Jnbal A. Kmlv.of Virainia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
SWNOTICK TlokeU are Ten Dollar
only. Halves, 85. Fifths,
LIST OF PHIZES.
1 Capital Prise of. 1160,(100 J15,(00-
1 Urand Prita of. 50.UI0..... sU.tajO
1 Grand Prise of. 20,0ft) 20,000
2 Large Prises of...... lu,0il.... 2,e00
4 Large PriseS of. 5,000 . 20,000
20 Priaes of. 1,000...... 20,000
50 Prises of....... - 600 25,000
100 Prises of 300 30,01)0
2(0 Prises of................. !...... 40,000
600 Priies of.. 100 . 60.000
1000 Prises of. 50 60,000
100 Approximation Prises of $200... 20,000
100 Approximation Prises of 1(a)... 10,000-
100 Approximation Prises ef 75... 7.500
2270 Priies, amounting to tS22.50
Application for ratea lo olubs should be
made only te the ofuoe of the Company at
For further Information WTlte elearly,
rlvinf full eddrcaa. roNTAI, Nk TKN, Ex
press Money Orders, or New York Exchange
in ordinary letter. Cnrronoy by Kxpreai (a
our expense), addrnased
as. a. uai rnia.
New Orleana. la.
Or M. A. nAI'PHIl,
WaMlilnHrton. D. C.
OI at 6 W eal t our t Ht DIeinpula, Te D
Hake P. O. Moiif j Orders payaule
and addiens Hegislnrcd Letters to
HEW OBLEARSj NATIONAL BASH.
Mississippi & Tenne&see lt.lt. Co.
AnnnnI Meeting- of Stookholders.
THB annual meeting of the stookboldars
in (he Mississippi and Tenneasee Rail
rad Company will beheld at MKMPlile),
WednesilrtT, November 24, 1886,
at which time a Direotory will be elected for
the ensuing year, titocahnlriera will be
passed ever tne road ny applying to tne
ft. a. liiiriB, reoretery.
Question is encaging our agricultural com
munity. Messrs. K. O. CRA1U ft CO., Nos.
87 and BO Union street, Memphis, Tenn.,
are daily in receipt of
eports on growth in diversified cropping
eorn. oats, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, olover, tall meadow oat-
grass and timothy trass
AH our worn out ledre lands :aay be re
claimed by so wio jyea ad olovet on them 1st
fall or spring, iwl .g oow-pt.sa la May-
June or July, thsa ara nnder, al d
improve the land.
n. G. CKAIG ak CO.,
Asrloulturs.1 Implements and Seed Dealers.
akAMisaB.ltl 1 1 sir l
newspapers and eatireatea ex the eoat ol ad-
T. . I...tii.. ahnvanl, failMnd
one dollar. Snda in it the information he re-
qulrea, wnne lor mm wno wui m-ii uo
hundred thoasand dollars In advertising,
scbauie Is Indicated wnion win mee an
everr requirement, or an be made to do se
by i light change easily arrived al .by eorre
sponJenoe. One hundred and Bfty-tbree.
apoiueDoe. ua. u u u l.. 7. , -. --
editions have been issued. Bent. Postpaid.
to a ly aaaressior n w"" 1 7.
V ithWKLL A CO.. NKWSPAPfcR A D-
e iffMi.. r"fin.-al. T . ' t
II E Air ESTATE
No. 6023, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Stare of Tennessee vs. Joseph.
W neeler etal. ... ... .
BY virtue of an Interlosutory decree for
sale entered in the above lauae on the
11th day ofdotober, 1WS3, MB. 54, pae399, 1
will sell, at publio auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clark and Master's
offioe. at the Main atreat entranoe of the.
courthouse of Shelby eoaaty, Memphis, Ten
Sainrday, Deeesnlwai sv, IHSS.
Within legal hours, the following desoribed
property, aitnated in bh-lby county. Ten
neaeee, to-wit: A tract of land about four
milea east ot the oily el Mamehis, beglnninsr
at the south side ot toe Pia.onrooat road at
iU intersection with Oteyevenuei thenee
with said Plgeonrooat road eastvaardly or
sontheasiwardiy to a stake at the eorner ef
Bethel's field to a lane known aa Owen s
lane; thenoe si nth with and lane about 2ft
ehains te its Intersection with Walker ave
nue: thence with Walker avjuue west to
Otey avenue : thenoe acth with Otay avenue
to the beginning, containing one hundred
and seventy-two aorea, more or leas.
Tarns of Bale On a credit of aix months;
Bote with seourity, haarias interest, re
en-red: lien reulnedjredemption barred.
Thia Novembrr tl, 1866.
8 I. MrDOWKuL. Clark and Master.
Br R. P. Coleman, Peeatv O. and M.
K. H. AC W. Beiskeil, Kola. sat
The strtalnnl aud Only faAnalne,
gate and alwaya Reliable. Beware ol vyertls
lolDiilations. Imliapenaableto I. elUKH.
your Urasxlitl lor i'.lslratsawter's)
s.nuli- ii"aad take no other, ov inclose 4
(stanfps) te ns for particulars v lcttis by
rliirn mall. M . fSfLU, I hi.
releasor a liemlrnl r.t
ail mnillann Hqnnre, -hllrli., P",
jlUADK supplied by OAO. O.ttOODWIN
WboleaaleAsjenta ttoataa, Haas,