MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TV ES DAY, NOVEMBER 23, 18S.
FROM FOREIGN USDS.
TliE IKXOMIMOCS DEPARTURE
Or' UEt. KilLBAB
From Bulgaria Austria's Pollcy
Tke Dobllu Ca-Ilo Sjetemol Irith
Rule English Socialists.
PfiETn, November 22. The Budget
Committee of the An trian delegation
in making i s report t ) the foreign es
timates alludes un what ii called "the
tmivercal disapproval of Gen. Kaul
bars'a arbitrary interference compared
with the wise end mndtirats atlitnde
of the BuUaritns." Boferring lo the
speeches mada by the Emperor
Francis Joseph and Count Kalnoky
on Austria's foreign relations, the
committee declare that "Austriane
are ever ready to make any sacrifice
when the honor of tbe monarcy has
to be defended, but are prateful tbat
they enjoy the blotsings of peace."
The committee further (ays it repices
over Count Kalnoky's s'atement that
in foreign affaiis tbe confidence which
Austria enjoys is fortified by the clear
and unselfish policy of the government,
and that it is grateful that Austria's
relations with Germany have been
strengthened witbont affecting her
friendly relations with Russia. Allu
sion is made to the accord ard Identi
ty of interests between England and
Austria in many important points.
and reference is made to the fact that
Austria expects to reach an under
standing with Italy which will prove
mutually advantageous and in the in
terest of peace. The commiitse ap
piauds and approves Uotmt Kainokv
efforts to amicably settle tbe questions
pending witn Kuseia, ana nopes they
may succeed, and expresses confidence
. that Count Kalnoky will possibly safe
guard the interests of the Montene
Sofia, November 22. Gen. Kaul
bars, before leaving, asked tbe Ger
man Consul to protect Russian snb
jects. Tbe Consul, after consulting
his government, replied that he was
willing to protect genuine Russians,
but not Montenegrins o iJu'garians,
This implifs Germany's centnre of
Buesia's protection of the Zinkoff and
other conspirator. The Uzir in
atruced Gen. Kauibars to confide Bus
sian subjects to tbe cr of Fiance.
Kaulbara'a Igaonilnloai Depart are
Sofia, November 22. Only a hand
ful of Zankoffiles bade farewell to
Gen. Kauibars at the different towns
th'OUKh which he pasted. In the
cafes and othr public res fits many
jokes are indulged in over the Butsian
agent s ignominious departure.
'Dablla Caalle Syitem."
London, November 21. "A sketch
of tbe preeent system of the methods
of procedure of the local government
in Ireland," the latest pubiicat'on of
the Irish ioyai ana patriotic Union
completely records what is called tb
"Dublin Canie System," which
simply another way of saying tbat tbe
imperial rariiament noverns and di
rects the whole political system, Irish
or British, all affairs being arranged
by authority delegated from the Su
preme Assembly. The Bketch pro
ceeds with a summary of the func
tions of local authority and bodies in
Ireland with some effort to contrast
them with the system prevalent in the
united Btate?, ana concludes:
etrcng peculiarity of tbe Irish systems
is mat in an voe spneres oi local ad
ministration discuision and debate
find a very honored place, whether
in the Municipal Chamber, Town
CommissioneiB Hail, grand furies'
assembly room or at a poor law union
meeting, lree comment is in
dulged in, and the affairs with
which each deals receive
the fullest centiderat on. The debate
is unlike the arrangement met with in
many American Hires, where there
are frequent meetings of tbe people's
representatives. Bef Jim is in no way
oiocaea Dy toe iaot oi the electorate
meeting only once annually, and the
working of the officials is aided and
governed by tbe frequent investigation
and discosJon naturally resulting
from such continuous meeting. The
American official is in many instances
bound by the coneervative character
istics of his office, and tbe fact that he
is unable to origica'e or innovate any
new idea or sjtt m, however com
mendable, without summoning the
constituency for which he acts. In
Ireland, on the contrary, th repre
sentatives oi i:e rater avers ana cf a
payers freely bring about any better
condition wnicn seems in their ene
rience less d9sirjble, although furtoer
ooBimctton inan that oi widely drawn
acts oi rarnamenr..
for military and naval supplies wculd
be regarded bv Germany as a declara
tion of war. Tbe statement has cans d
a eenta'ion in Par s although its truth
i doubted, tbe be ief being that tbe
German Ambassador was on'y told to
irquire into France's relations with
Russia acd to eaceitain whether the
proposed credits have anything to do
Denonncla Ibe Hull Service
Liverpool, November 22. Tbe
Council of the Liverpool Cbambr of
Comme'cs today ado; ted resolutions
denouncing the ar t on rf the govern
ment in giving the carriage of the
British mail to America ta "subsidized
foreign ttcamsl.ips." The new trans
atlantic pos'al arrangement goes into
operation December 1st and gives the
carragB of Tburtday a mails fiom
Southampton to the North German
STATE OF TRADE.
MOST F.XrOl'BiKIXW BEPOB'S
FROM ALL QUARTERS.
The General Iudn-lriul Condition
Stronger Than It Was a Mouth
Ago Bank Statement.
In twelve coun iea in ir dia a, fiva r
port an increa e, lWa n av. ran and
two; ecreafe in acre I .j uleveu
K. uuiiee, three tpoit an in
two an averii'e a-d p'x a dt
acreage. Iu mi Michigan
:s. Clin -epor's an increase, lonr
lege and two a increased a;: re
Oar RlKbU Are Werlli Fighting- For.
London. November 21. The social
ists marched today from fifteen outly
ing points to rrma gar (Square. J be
various bodies were headed Dy bands
of music, and tbe raralera carried
banners bearing incendiary inecip
nons. Among the mottoes were:
"By heavens our rights are worth
righting lor," and "Work for all. over
work for none." Some of the men
carried pbrygian caps on poles. As
the southern contingents crossed
Westminster bridge, tbe bands played
tbe "Marsellaise." The people in tbe
windows of the government offices
were booted at. When the paraders
Eisseu through Downing street, they
iesed Lord Bandolpb Churchill. The
eight of the Horse Guards' sentries
incensed them and they fairly howled
with rage. An officer closed the ga'es,
and the mob proceeded. The Eist
End sent a full force with two bands
of music. When tbe speaking began
there were present 6000 socialists, 25,
rnemployed woikmen, and 20,000
The speakers included Messrs.
Hindman, Champion and BurnB. At
each of the five platforms a resolution
was adopted calling upon tbe govern
ment to relieve the dietrea existing
among the workingmen. A deputa
tion of ten proceeded to Lord Salis
bury's bouse on Arlington street.
They were received bv the concierge,
who stated tbat Lord Salisbury had
gone to Hatfield House, and had left
no orders. Tbe deputation grumbled
and retired, leaving a copy of the reso
lutions adopted by the meetings in
The crowds at the meetings dis
persed in an ordurly manner, but tbe
police afterwards found difficulty in
clearing the equate. The mounted
police charged and gradually moved
the people. Several arrests were
made for obstructing the streets and
for stealing and fightirg. All is quiet
tonigbt The Lord Mayor will form a
council to inquire into tbe prevailing
distress with a view of affording relief
during the coming winter.
A Drelaralloa of war.
London, November 22. The Badu
ehelande leitung states that the Ger
man Ambassador at Paris has been in
structed to inform toe French Govern
ment that Iheir application to tie
Chamber! for a credit of 23.000.000
Viinna. November 22. Austrian
diplomats and officials believe that tbe
rupture between Russia and Bulgaria
will lacili ate the solution of the crisis
ia tbe Balkans. It is though that the
powers will disapprove of any pre
cipitate action respecting the proposed
election oi rrince mcnoiaaoi iJU'g
ria to the Bulgarian rarone.
Barreling; America Flanarmen.
Ottawa, Ont., November 22. Be-
ports coming in from Gloucester and
other New England fhhing ports from
the agents of tbe Dominion Govern-
.merit continue to show the great loss
American fishermen have suffered
through the abrogation of tbe fishery
clause in tbe Washington treaty and
tbe consequent privileges American
fishermen have forfeited. It was gen
erally supposed that the heavy duty
imposed on au Canadian fish 1m
ported into the United States
would practically close that mar
ket against the Dominion. Such,
your corespondent was informed
today has not been the case. The
total value cf the exports of fish from
Canada for the nine months ending
September 30, was $4,640,000, against
15,200,000 . during tbe corresponding
period in lssa. This only shows a
shrinkage of .0 per cent, on the total
expert, notwithstanding tbe barrier
raited in the United States market
against Canadian caught fih. Several
members of the Dominion Government
have expre sed themselves greatly
pleased with tbe result of this year's
fishing, balieving tbat it w II bave tbe
effect of bringing the United States
Government to time in negotiating
a treaty of some sort when they
begin to realizs how heavy the
American fishermen bave lost by the
abrogation of the old treaty t
Halifax, N.S., November 21. Two
eases of contaztous disease were de
veloped on the passage I the steamer
Sardinian, which arrived tonight. The
eteatner, which anchored beto e com'
ing to the dock, was boarded bv Dr.
Wickwire, medical ofiicer cf the port,
who pronounced the di-ease to ba
German measles. The steamer was
then allowed to proceed to :he dock
and land her passengers. Tbe patients
are two young children io the steerage.
The Murderer Arretted.
Winnipeg, November 22. Two Lalf
breeds, Pi rre Larocque and his uncle
Bail Bichard, met at St. Vital last
night, and during an angry discussion
resulting from an old family quarrel,
Larocque shot Bichard dead with a
shotnn. The muiderer was subse
quently arrested while asleep in his
bouse, and will be tried at the aaaiaes
now being held here.
Craijr blag- Otto.
Beblin, November 22. A storv is
current that King Otto, of Bavaria.
having somewhat recovered from his
attack of mania, was permitted to
walk outside the Park of Schlosa
Furstenreid attended onlv bv CaDt.
oennoan, when an exciting scene oC'
curred on the highway. Otto insisted
upon throwing himself on his knees
in the roadway, crying that be was in
Paradise and tbat he would never re
turn to Furstenreid. It coft a nainful
struggle and a resort to force to get
him safely back in the Schloss. He is
now absolutely forbidden to bo out
side ma grounns.
A Philanthropic. Jew.
Berlin, November 22 A Jewish
merchant named Anschel, alias Beich-
enheim,bas bequeathed 150,000 marks
to. the city of Berlin for tbe benefit of
teachers, widows and orphans. Con
sul Bebrendr, also a Jew, has be
queathed to the c.ty 300,000 marks.
the lUJth anniversary of lbs hirth
of Karl von Weber, the compostjr.will
be observed oa December 18th with
Preenmlona Aaalmit Cholera.
Berlin, November 22. A confer
ence of medical officers was held at
the Ministry of Instruction today to
inquire inco the case of death from al
leged Asiatic cholera at Breslau. Min
ister von Coesler presided. Reoorta
were received snowing mat tbe victim
was an emigrant from Austrian Silesia.
woo nao reacoea oresiau in a dvlnt
condition. Orders have been issuec
requiring increased stringency in
Uerniaay! Foreign Poller.
Berlin, November 22. The National
says that in tbe speech from the
throne on the opening of the Reich
stag important declarations will be
made with referencs to Germany's
foreign policy. Prince Bismarck will
return to Berlin to tike active part in
the debates. Tbe Chancellor has sent
to the Bundesrath a bill curtailing
solicitors ccarges ana a Din creating a
school of oriental languages in Ber
lin. The Rgant of Bavaria will ar
rive here on December 9th.
sr-KCUL TO TBI APFIAL.l
Philadelphia, Pa., November 22
Tbe past week or ten dys have do.
velrped more tu-ine'a in irjn and
steel than has been transacted duiii.g
a like period this var. Orders for
etcel rails in from 000 to 20.000 ton
lots have been p'aced in American
mills at from $H 50 to $35, and in for
eign mills in large l's that willros'
buyers $38 at Gulf ro-ts. A great
deal oi inquiry is now In the matket
for rails, cars, locomotives, ties, lorn
ber and email railway material, such
as spike?, nutc, and bo'.te, for delivery
to purcbaeeis during the winter and
early in the spring.
The past wrek has been quiet in
textile mannfacturing and distibuting
circles, as this is between season
Wool is quiet, and in some instance
a sliaht reaoiion has taken place.
Wool dealers in tbe West and jobbers
in tbe .bast are conti 'eut that the ue
mands of textile mannfac oners
throughout the New England and
Middle Slates will drive them into the
market for supplies between now and
January 1st, and think still higher
prices for all kinds of wool will ba
Dy goods of all kinds are in abund
ant supply. The mills and factories
have accumulated lame stocks of wool.
ens and worsteds, cf carpeting of all
kinds, and of hosiery and upholstery
goods. Tbe reason for tbe present
mil in the market is that mauulaciu
rers and jobbers are waiting npon re.
tailers to crowd prices np to a little
higher level, but contracts will be
made fort b e spring on a large scale
before manufacturers will ft el it safe
to accumulate ttocks.
The clothing houses in New York
and Philadelphia, how bave cov
ered the bulk of their? r .u'retuernsio
light woolens snd wi rated, and are
now carrying very hetjy stocks.
Uuudinri Activity. ia jSuw Hnnland
building activity is estimated to l ave
exceeded last year's volume of bnsi
ness by about 12 per cent. Ia New
York large transitions have lakeD
plaoe dnriug tbe past few days in real
estate for the purpos? of extensive
buildiog npnratiuns during the coining
spring, in nuiarieiphia ijou-e build
ing has exceded last year's building
by about 1100 houses, the number at
present being 0J35, w to. nearly 2000
honsas, large and small, now under
contract to be comploted by D 'cenibar
15th. Building material of all kinds
is abundant and tbe niinuf icturers
are preparing to extend tbeir facilities
for maoufdctuiing. Throughout the
West a similarly active condition in
the building trades is reported, and
tbe winter will be more than usually
active in shop and repair work, 1 he
manufacturers of heavy machinery
are overcrowded with orders for three
months and the car works throughout
tne country bave their capacity fully
taken up for the winter.
Horn and bhoet Tbe boot and shoe
manufacturers of New England and
Philadelphia are proceeding rather
cautiously with rega'd to late winter
and spring work. Leather is abun
dant and moderate in price. Manu
facturers are buying stocks with much
caution, because of the rather flow
disposition of goods through tire
hands of johbra dnring the past
Coal The demand for anthracite
cnal is heavy. Tbe production is 800,
000 tons per week. The coal com.
panles will advance prices on Decern
ber 1st. The bituminous operators
bave not perfected tbeir scheme for
advancing prices in January and Feb
ruary on eastern shipments, but ex.
pect to do so. Twenty million tone of
Dituminous coal will move from Pitts
burg at the next rise. Nearly all of
me mines in uiuo aud Indiana will he
operated to full capacity during the
Thegeneral industrial conditions are
stronger than they were a month a so.
The prompt disposition of products
during the fall has given manufactur
ers large and small much confidence,
and consumers of all kinds of material
are purchasing supplies for tbe winter
with a liberality and promptness tbat
is strengthening puces all aiound.
The rat1 road companies are buying
material aud laying plans for exten
si ve addition to mileage. The ship
builders along tbe lakts end Atlantic
coast will enter upon construction of
much tonnegn during the next (ixty
days and will probably buy very
heavily. The demand for all kinds of
manufactured products will keep
stock in retailers' hands, and will
stimulate a continuous trade move'
mant throughout tbe country.
In 1 4 Missouri eonn'i'R, 4 report an
increase, 3 mi aveg4 ami 7 a de-
creved acre.ge. In lo Ohio coun
tie-, 4 report an increase, 10 an aver
se and 1 a decreased a:r ug.. Ia 9
Wiscorsin countiis, 4 report aa in
create, 3 an avtr-ge and 2 a decreased
Io MifFonri and Wisconsin the eu
Icok for the winter wheat U reported
to bo unusually n and in Ohio, In-
lana, 11 1,10 a and Kanrm n Krnerally
lair to good.
The averages of the yield of corn do
not vary but il'irht'y l'o.n farmers'
reports. VerV compitta reports make
tre avenge yield per ecre, hs f illows:
Illinois. 70s ba; lows. ; Kansas,
21J; Wisconsin, 27; Meson 'i, 25J ;
Imrana, 32); Ohio, 37; Minnesota,
S4j; Michigan, 47 : Atbraska, 21).
The reports from Michigan are not as
complete as from the otborSia'es, and
the average cannot be taken ne rly as
accu a'ely as these of thettherS ates.
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GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON. CONSIGNMENTS.
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W. N. HALDEIiLN.
Praaident of the Gnat L0UISV11 t.E C0U
MMv-juuiiBiMi w.j tent aat
h knowi of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure,
Orrioior tbb Ooririt-Ji uaait,
Dr. WinurtmithNir: 1 waiva a ro I h&va
obiervad tor nmoy ycari, th tIu of tour
rauitdy rrninptina ma to lay, io rtlily to
your request, what I know of jrn ir Chill
uura. loa private usuraneaa or ltr efficacy
1 bad. and toe rood ma i of iu xffMt,
had observed on Mr. K. W. Mereiluh. who,
lor more tnan Ulteon vaarii. had hi nn fnfa.
manor my oinse. uiduned ma to tit it
my family. Xbx result bave been intlrely
KiiRiaoiory. xae nrtii ease waa ,,f two
yean aianainc, in watch 1 believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary relief the ohilli returning peri dieelly
aun who eeminriy inereeaea verity
l our cure broke thutu et ohm. end tl r km
been no recurrent of them for m re than
aix mcntha. The other one wiu ol milder
form, ana vieiaed mnr rMK.iiiv i Aih
remedies; but the ohilla would retar i atin
tervsla until your me. Heine win art I, ilnre
which time, now aeveraJ monthi. thv kava
entirely aiaapneared. jfrom tne portn
nity I ve had tojudie. I do not hesitate to
eirreaa my belief tbat voor Chill Cur ia a
vaiusuie epecinn, and perloriai all
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ARTHUR PlrTER k COY. A,ta. LouU-
Tine, ivy. .
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THF. 0 I.V
1 rvlhhir.lH Alt HIUF.Aaml avIldlwiuiMor
n pndlira'tra fotio lor Uf artrptlo, '
IU', ('otiMeli'mfnt, Ac. Perft'cl siuirlt
T'H(inT d I rJaiU'l. )U'(lUirH! tiD flOllk tliaT. It
II tllmlf. fliJl i TfrywhorB, (mr bi "I'll
Wc mid Fiwltnif nr liifaiiti," MAH F,! ' . Kr..
t 111 Hi)
llm Oriarlunl nnil Owly w !,
Kale and alwaya Helinble. Beware of orlii.
)i- lmitatioiif. Indiapanaab e to . ' a J.
i -- your ItruairlKl lor " iiU h .er,
KutEl-''"and take no other, nrlm oe4o
(tampa) to ua for partioulara in lri "ea by
J -till nadlxia NaUHre. IMiilailH . P"
Hold by lniirl'ti evervwhero. iA k for
"t'hiclicalrr'H Kncliiib" it uuyoyal
Tbe Striker Cannot Dornoailrate.
BaoasBia. November 22. Tha finm.
mnnal Council at Ghent has forbid
den tne atriKtng cotton operatives
mure io noia a aemonatration. Urders
have been isaaed icBtructing the police
to disperse all assemblages In tbe
streets. The Civic Guard haj been
called ont and the regular troops have
been large'jr reinforced, and all are
under orders to hold themnfilvwi in
readiness for instant action. The
most inteniie excitement rtrAvailH.
Large nam berg of workmen are arriv
ing at Ghent to take the places of the
strikers in the factories. The masters
have applied to the Oonncil fnr nmtmv
tion for tbe mills and the workers.
To Prevent the t'holern.
Sahtiaoo, November 22. The ov-
ernment is preparing plans to prevent
the appearance in Chill of nhnlnra.
bich is prevalent in the Argentine
Republic. It is stated that a nuniiarv
cordon will be formed in the Cor
dillas. Vesee's coming from Dorts
where cholera exists will be nlaced in
strict quarantioe nntil visited by med
ical oflicers. i,' U
The Werhlr Bank Staleancut.
Boston, Mass., November 21. The
following table, compiled from special
aispitcnea to tne rott irom the man-
ager oi tne leaaing clearing tioueesin
the united H ates, kivrs tbe eroes ex
changes at each point for the week
centagesr increases deceases as
compared with the groat xchanes of
me corresponding week inisHo:
New York, f 750,8 1 3,8St ; dec, 13.00.
uotton. o.y-'u,4z : dec. 3.0.
Philadelphia, $06,458,245; inc., 9.4.
Chicago, $)2,277,O0O; dec, 2.5.
St. Louis, $10,248,790; inc.. 4.4.
San Francisco. $10,742,793 ; inc., 71.7.
.Baltimore, JH.U.iO as:.': tne . 10.1.
Cincinnati, $10,300,000; inc., 8 9.
New Orleanp, $10,900,900; dec, 15.7.
Pittsburg, 19,063,488; inc., 15.2.
Kansas City, 10,287,048: inc., 17.
Louisville, $4,240 779; dec, 0.2.
Providence, $5,037,500; inc., 4.3.
Minneapolis, S4.801.012; inc., 41.1.
Omaha, $4,012,318; inc., 41.1.
Galveston, $1,2,099 ; dec, 18 8.
Detroit, $4,0i2,t&0; inc,l8.
Cleveland, $3,453 857; inc., 39 9.
ndianapolis, $1,412,318: inc. 98 5.
Memphis, $2,013,950; inc.. 8.1.
Columbus, $2,078,530; inc., 20 5.
Hartford, $1,081,040; inc., 17.2.
New Ilaven, $l,2i2,012; dec, 20.3.
Springfield, 1933,725; inc., 10.2.
Portland, $950,000; dec, 3 3.
St. Joseph. $1,324,013; inc.. 50.2.
Worcester. $027,122; c ec. 3.7.
Lowell, $557,800; dec. 2.7.
Syracuse, $020,100; ia s.,12.9.
Tt.l. "1 O il AAA 749. 1- o o
Outeide of New York 1340,027.833;
Tbe Sjlraln Crops.
Chicaoo. November 22. The fol
lowing crop review will appear in this
week s iesae ol the rarmerf Review:
The report from the winter wheat
growing States indicate the conditions
are generally lavoraDie lor the grow
ing grain, in eighteen counties of
Illinois, six report an increased
acreage, en an average acreage and
two a decreased acreage, indicating
ine avtraKB iur mu dii win De tally
tqnii io uii ui tne preceamg year.
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lbs Li rer, lliliounntwta, NarvouM DyHpiU, d 'na
tion, liTHKululty of Ui Uuwali, Owiii ipUoi fiata
iwouy, kruoUiUunt. and bumittg uf Um t -inaoU
looi -timeB called Hearthum), MiumiaV .'Hlrt,
KlcHKly Flux, (Jhilla oti Fomr, brMkboo t ,
KxlutUHtiua iMjfurn or after Fever, Orel to lmr
rtKBak. IjiMia uf AuDetita. Uaadjuilift.
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chfciiKBri the ooniTMHiioti fruto awn:
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to a ruddy, heallim oolur. It mntindv muiurue low.
gliKimy ipirtu. It le on of tbe b't Atoratirti
ami t'urijtur of IA HUmxL mid u a atlualU ttmlc.
l ur aele bj all Drn(M. Prlo 11.00 per bottle.
C. F. STADICE-R. Proprietor.
140 SO. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
IffaKTTB'K 4HHNEK1AI. COIj
ilM LKMK. 313 Slith St.. W'.ihin.ton. D.
0. Provide! iiraotioallr aifal buiineiaeda
oatton. No teriui nor Taoationi. btodenta
enter at an r time. Termx I.lie ii-hnUrablD.
W0. . Twelr weeki' Uootm. Board, eto., 175.
Bend ler oirenlar.f
Hlcbeat Awatrda of Hodalafn Itnron
The neatest, aulokeat. .... an mci
powerlul remedsr known (or Kheomatla d,
Plenriar, Neuriliiia, tatbato, Burkaohe,
Weakneaa, Co da in the Che-turn! hII aobea
and iiaina. Indoraed by 600U FoyliriDa and
Druiwli'U of tbe bixhent repu'e. llenaun'i
Plaatera prnmitlr reller ami oure where
other plaatera and rrear taivea, linlmenu
and lotiona are abaolutely nxelefla. tiewar
of imitationa under aimilar anund'm names.
auch M " Capaioami" "(Japociii "Capal
cine," aa tber are utterly woi hleii and In
tended to deceive. Ala run D""""'" RD
nuaooTHiu. All drug, tu. UKAUUKY
M JOUtiaUu, rroprielora, tftw lorn.
II WBIIIIIBU UV UU
MO. SM AND S5S FBOST KTBEXT, KEHPHIl, TXMJL,
STEUM7 BSGTHEBS & COnPMY
fxnroN FAcross and coWssion Kiiciiijrpa,
HEW OnT.RArVN. AXTft kl kJ
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,
IPILaTDT mSE23 IES IBS,
3.30 Second Kfreet, MempliliH.
mi. I). 8. JOHNSON'S
So. 17 JeCTersoa Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
IKatahlfahed in lMVl.t
1 tR.JOHKttnN iaaoknowlednedbyallpar-i-
1 ttea interested a by lar the moat fno
eeaaful pbrniiMan In the treatmentof private
or aeret diie;.4ea. Uuiek, permanent ear
tnaranteed tn every case, male or lemal.
iverent oarea of (ion
eoent oacea of
orrhea and fiyphilla
cured in a f. w dara without the ne of nier
purj, ehaiue of diet or hindrane from
bujiineaa. boeondnry Syphilia, the laat vea
tiae eradicated witbo-itthe axe of memory.
Involunaary lone ol nunn atupped In ahort
time. Sufferer Irom I in potency or loaa ol
aeiaal powura restore to free viror In a few
werka. Victima of aell-abuae andexceealva
yenery, auffering from spermatorrhea nd
loaaof phyiical Bnd mental nnwer, apeedll
and pernmnently cored. Particular a ttea
tion paid to the lhseasea of Women, and
eorea c uaranteed. Pilea and old aorea cored
without the use of euuatio or the knife. All
eonaulUt'ona atrlotly conndeutial. Medi
cines aent by iprea tu all parte ot to
M-M orklnamen cored at half theurw
rio. umoeuoura irom e o clock a.m.
I. S. JOHNSON. M.D.
A NATURAL TONIC
pAsM Iron Kartk. 1
PLEASANT TO THE
THE GREAT BLOOD h.
A LARflB ANb 00MPLKTB 8T00K OF PLItMIlKRS, GAS AND 8TKAM
jLJX. matertalN. ru
mu. Drive Wells. Iron, I-end
tone Pine, (las Klvtures. fllnhea. Ktf
AW AM rULMlMU-miLU BATT.TABB.
Ecors, Sash, Blinds, Holdiiig, Lnr
mmo aaa wangles, jriooring, Veiling and MMXgt3L
EIEHPITIO, . . TEN.
W.t Dj aptipeta.ull ilerair n,en
mt lh Dlgeatlre) OrR-iin aau4 a
MTr,aain Oi aeaaaa, Cuta, Boraa
calda and Hruleea, (IU IHOM
BAR I'll le n eperlflo.
taimallim, mtelnrlnl Die
Ure, Chronic Dlnrrhasn and
Unate cnee of Blaoel ritlitnlnffj
fl14 Without lull to IU wroaaaoW
1 aarw.tlvo .
aui etemiora mm ,
tram the A. I. H. tie.. Maa-tla. AaaU
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL ORUQQISTS. 1
W vVholwalri r VAN YI.KKTA ( ).
Queatton la enxaglnrour agricultural oom
muntty. Mesara. K. tl. OHAK1 & CO., Km,
7 and Union atreat, Mempbla, Tena.,
are daily in receipt of
porti on arowth In dlverajlled oropplt.t
corn, oatf, wheat, rye, barley, oereala, and
orchard, berda, clover, tall meadow oa
ITMI and timothy grata
FADER, FRANK & Ci
un Morsloiesale Grn
891 Front Street, Onpowl.et'nw.oiii llontw.
X. lAlAAaOaf .
O. . UMIM. K. A. fABXlt. ft. t. VaaStai
J. T. FARGASDN & CO,
u"feo!cs?ic Grcctrs & Cotton Facton;,
SS9 Front Street, Memphia, Tenu.
eetea eeaaiaied to a will bav ear earefnl atntloa. We earry al all Haua a
aeleeUd iteek i .
Staplo J Fancy Groceries, Wines, Llr,.jor.j0tici& C! jan
P. H. ALNTON.
II. H. AI7HT.
ALSTON MRU CO.
And CommlcHlon Merchant a Hay, ('ors, Oat, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Meal,
Lime, Cement, Planter, Uulldlim and Fire IVlck, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
A. WACCARO Co
WHOLESALE UQUOB DEALERS,
Ve. nn and sso front street. MEHPina,
(HVVCBrUIORM TO ft. I JOHHEHH Of
Cigars and Tobacco
27tt Utaln Street. Opp. ronrt Wqnare. lHemphtR,Teni.
Cotton Factors. Uholcsalo Grccoro,
TT: 11 TTbIad Street, s t Hemphla, Tenn.
M. 0. PBAROR.
JOHN Ii. MoCLKLTjAN.
MsOiPEAROB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'ts.
No. 280 FRONT STREET1 MEMPHIS. TENN.
I Vottaa Warohoaae-Sloa yM mm to Valon treet4 ZZ:
All onr worn out i.df landa Day ba r
ilalm.d ky lowing rye aad olor.r on t eea la,
fkll or (print, or lowing cow-pea. In My
Juneor July, thai turn under, and FvT
Improve the land.
II. a. CKAIG ' ct..
Agrlonltural Impl.m.aU and Seed Da.lt a.
MKMPIIIH, TKNN. s
J. F. II0LST & BItO.
(BOCCESaURa TO U. U. BOUHT 4 BBO
. ' - V' ' X ' t.
IIAVK MENOVEU TO '
No. aacj bEcoxu st hexphih
AJI'l.L and eomple'.e atock of Wood and
Mtllta Jik.aa anil h ml. (Mntli.t.'u.
er.d Oaah. trend llarlal Kobea alwaya en
bund, aor Orc.ri by tele.rauh promptly
Kerrviile Hotel at Publie Sale
in NtTVRntT, l.OV.37, IHH, AT
II a an., at KKHKVlLliK, on the N.N.
nd M. V. R.K , twenty mi loa from Men-
phi., hhelby county. Tenn., I will aell tu tho
Hlxheat biililer. the lintel and preinlaen, cod
lltinar ol 7 r.100iicrei helontrin. ti the Kerr.
vllle lintel Company. Maid Hotel ia a Iwe
atory frame building; ha. 11 roomi b.aidei
kltcnen, pantry, aerritnla' room ainok
houae, atahle, and other out-bulMlnga, a
large paled garden and a goud wall at tli
duur, and ia a fine buaineaa aund-being tbo
only hotol in the town.
TKHMB One half caah: the balanne la
twelve montha,with inter.att bond with air
proved aonurity will be required, aud a lien
retainei until the purchaaa luuney la paid.
Dyorilerot the Unard.
J. II. MnlHlNALD. Pecroturv.
AjU foot retailer fnr ( "lOrlrrtnal 83rho
ll'K-.irnif iniK.it i,nd.
Hone Gonnlue uulpea uvurluii rhlaMtana
JAMES MCAS' S3 SHOE J
Undo lu liuttou, Conu nnd I.arA. JJr-t rvi
fcr. A wwUilciiT(l tu tK to
tin will iji i nc yon liif'irtTif-
tloo )hw to h 't fill BhlMl lift
. aujr buittf orlorrltory.
J. Means cs Co.,
a. 41 IJllln Bk.
J' Ji .l ' -WS. uoauiu, mi-
fc . - ir m . . .
TM aniw atniidt blirher tn tho eetlmatlon r
tt.ntr. Umn anv oiIkt la wnrltl. 1 twnM
.aniu wlto Wttttf 1, wiu iu jm uhi u via
J. W. VOEGET.I k CO.
HKAITII ! vfKALTH.-Ua. K. O.
VVaar'j Niuvi uu BRtia TaaaTM.wr,.
a gaaranteed ipecino for II ya'erla, Dr.al
neaa. Ooovul.ionai, Fita, Neivnqi Neural-
ia, lleadaohe. Mervc fM.tratlon, canaea
by the na ol aiooool or tobaoeoi naae
rulnaaa. Mental Denreaalon. Hultenlni of tho
Drain, resulting in lnaanity and lea 'Ini to
miaery. decay and death t Premature 'Id
Age, Uarrenneaa, Loa. ol Power in either
: Involuntary Loaae. and Spermator
rhea, oauAi 1 Iry over-ieriioB of th. brain,,
telf-abuae orovorindulg.no. Eaoh bog oon
taina on. monlh a treatiu.nt. II a bog,
lil boitl for (ft, acn: bv nj.ll I'rei'aid, oo.
reiwiptof orioe. IVe jnnrnou- HI Uoae.
to oure any.af. With each order rsoelvej
by aa for au boieii acmiuipaaieu win ei,
we wilt aeud the pnrctaaer our writte
guarantee lo refund the money It the. i eat
uient do -ot afl"rtt a cure. Huaraiit
UaueJ only b A. rtKNK.K,lT A 00.. Drag
giate. Memphia. Tenn.
la on nieln lblle-lrht"v
tne N,.waiiuiiur AuvMie
oux autaorUea agen.
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