TDE STATUE OF LIBERTY
IMPERILED BY FIRE A SISOU
A Sffr RapM Lysened-A Horri
ble Murder Conatersatlon
la a Burning' Hotel.
Uiw York, November 25. The
hr ?y clotb tart lin which duiinjr the
day time coven th electric light
lei Bti eu the ttatae of Liberty, caught
fire aUoda n uht and fell on the
light woid work of the staircnas In
the interior f the statue. It was
only by ti e hardest woik that a bad
fire was averted aod the great aUtue
saved from rain.
A Mrfra Baai.l Ajraened la Ala
bama. lloflTonuiBT, Ala., November 25.
Juba Davis, the negro rapist, was
lynched at Randolph, Ala., last eight.
Paris was the perpetrator of three
outrage. Be bad the reputation of
being cne of the wont characters in
the Bute. The last ontiage wai com
mitted near Randolph on the 21et
ioit on the perou of Mrs. Crompton,
whit lady. The tIcUib had gone
oat a distance from her residence, and
was gathering tip fire wood, her hus
band at the time being away from
home. She and her little boy while
picking wood were suddenly sprung
upon by two negroes from behind
tome bushes. Ooe of the negroes
drew a pietol. cocked it and, placing
it to her head, said : "If you scream I
will kill you," telling the boy the
came thing. Davis was captured.
Boon after the perpetration of this
fonl outrage he had a preliminary
trial, and was placed in prison under
a strong guard. About 9 o'clock a
mob of about fifty men overpowered
the guard, took tbe prisoner out and
hanged him to a coaling derrick,
, BwIm " '- Horrible
6t. Loois, Mo., November 25. A
special fiom Paris, Mo., siys: A cow
ard I v and inhuman muru'er was com
mitted about four miles southwest of
Paris last night Just at dark, a colored
man, Often Moore, being the victim.
Moore had been healing wood to
Paria. lie was riding on the running
gear of his waton on his way home,
and when near his hoae he was shot
by an unknown man in the right leg.
Another load wai emptied into his left
ea. above the knee. Then the mur
derer beat his victim's bead almost
into a pnlp with tbeguo, breaking the
skull. Not being saiinfled with his
savagenese, he then cut Moore's throat
from ear to ear, sla-hed him across
the faca and across tin left side of his
head. Muore lived nearly an honr
in this condition, when death ended
his auQering. No reason can be given
for the mur.'er
Urea! t'ointuoilna la a Burnt.
Ohicaoo, III., November 25. The
Continental Hotel, at the southeast
corner of Wabash avenue and Madi
son street, was damaged by tire early
this morning. The fire started in a
room, No. 47, on the third floor, in
a lot of bed clothing. A panic ensued
among the guests of the hotel. The
guests who were first awakened hur
riedly aroused the occupants of the
hundred odd rooms. Many of the
women rushed out, soreamiag. In their
night clothes or scantily clad at bent.
Tbe fire burned rapldlyand the smoke
filled tbe whole house. An alarm was
turned in by a night watchman at the
corner of Mad Is do street and Michigan
avenue. When the department ar
rived most of tbe guests were assem
bled in the parlors and cilices, with
frightened faces and scanty drees, The
stairways were littered with piles of
clothing, personal (fleets and
trunks, the latter in all Im
aginable conditions. The fire
penetrated throunh the ceiling of the
second floor and had to be fooght from
below. It was over half an hour before
the b'aas was entirely extinguished.
Luckily no one was injured. "The
fire was undoubtedly incendiary," said
Chief 8wK0ie. "The fire did not start
in roam 47 elnne. The hotel wai on
fire in sis diflerent places on diilerent
floors and disconnected. It was a hard
fire to fix lit 'or this reason."
Past Onus's Riddlb, by Kath
etlne Lee 11. te ; Union, P. Lotlirop
A Do. Price, 25 emits. This charm
ing poem by Mies Hates promises to
attain a poimUiity hard'y second to
Moore's "'TwiS the Night Kefo'e
Chtitma8." Ih eame happy spirit
pervades it, and little reailera will be
as deeply interested iu the story of
how CiirJy IVte caught Santa Olaus at
his Christinas et eking filling work, a
they ever were in the desuiip ion of
the famous team of Saint Nicholas.
Tbe sixteen illustrations in color are
capitally don?, aud will affjrd infinite
delight to the babies who have not
yet mastered the mysteries of the al
phabet, but wbo cirn "read pictures"
a i well as the wisest papas and
Ms. Fbidkrice Babnard, whose
Character bkttchri from Dicktn have
dons so much to bring tbe living,
breathing men, women and children
of that immortal novelist before u,
has turned his talented pencil in the
direction of another and no lesi Im
noital novelist. Ilia latest portfolio
is devoted to tbe creations of Thack
eray's giiiis, and is also published by
tiusell & Company, Limited. Here
we bave the pa hello ''Little Bister,"
irom the Virginians, and hsr opposite,
the volatile, reckless, fascinating
"Becky Hbarp." Pendenlsis has fur
nished the aribt with some of his best
material. There is a portrait of the
Major himself in all his glory and of
"Gap. Coitigau," beery and loqua
cious, eining among tbe lares and
senates of uis daughter's profession.
Tceo we have tbe dignified and ele
gant " Jol. Newcomb, piayerbook in
hand, just leaving tbe church door,
and tbe gentle "Major Djbbln," with
the baby on his kute. Mr. Barnard
has worked with an appreciative spirit
and put mote of tbe novelist than of
himself in these admirable sketches.
The photogravure process is sten at
Its best in throe repioductions, which
form a portfolio that no lover of Thack
eray can afloid to be without,
Ws are in receipt of the fourth vol
ume (otuabe's xivii Deuteronomy)
of Dr. J.s ph Paikei's great woik,
Tbe People's B.ble, which is to be
completed in twenty-fire volumes,
each volume cemple'e in ite If. It is
published hy Funk & Wagns Is, Noe.
10 aod 12 D. y etre. t, New Yo k. The
People's Bib e nee special claims npin
the attention of a 1 Caii.Han preach
rs. A a prober hiuiieif theauthrr
knows bytxpaiience precisely what
preachers r qui. He it not of tboeu
who consider th t tbe pu pit hsi bud
its day. but of thoee wl o beli ve that
the pulpit ha yut to real u aud exert
it wo .t sacrtid and profound in
fluence. The text of the Bib e in
many cans is parenthetically anno
tated, (0 as to give ia the smallest pos-
si bit) complies the rettillSof compe'ent
criticism. Bou e'imes s cri ica w"ru
may lubttip a hole pa-eng". The
am cat on is n"cefsirily in ti e brief
est f irm consUt nt with clearness.
Tne t xt. living been tl in mrt
crltirally ixplhit, will be us1 for
nnlnit nn runui- a rninm. oil'lmes,
eaggistions and i lustration', fol ow-
ing sccordirg -o tne n n tyoi .iii-agt-s
for s'rio'.ly pj pit purpo ei. Ine
aim of the author in to em ou-Bge the
ministry of trevfry great nomner of
Christian laymen who devote them
selves ti oiiianiii bl preaching in vil
lages aud outlying districts.
Undkb the title of ".Venne and
Thenloiy," in t ie J'opulnr Science
Monthly for December, tor. John Bur
rough reviews, in order to couiba',
Prof. Drumm' ad's 4 Na'ural Law iu
the Kpiritoal World." D. Fe ix L.
Oawald, aUaysan Interesting writer,
refutei in this rumbta a good many
of cur "sologlcal supertt t oo. '
Stranger than anything else he tells
us is that monkeys have really no
poweii of mimicry. Mr. E. T.Kob
b ns is practical and suggestive at the
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h's main point, they beat the air in-
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RUSSIA'S WAB HORSES
flay aa Importaat Pari la tbe
Arui7 of ibe Vmr.
The exoanslon of the Rufsian mill'
tary organiiatlon so as to provide for
a possible dis.'lpliaed force of 6,000,000
so'd.ers was noticed some t me ago in
there columns in connection with
Commandant Kau'a estimate for 1880,
and what impressed us especially at
that time wai the enormcus prepon
deronce of cavalry in the Ruas an
armiis. says the New Orleans
Jlimrs - Dtmocral. A recent ior
elan review shows that the
greatest of modern Empires is devol
onltiff Ler amiv evatem with aatonieh'
ing rapidity, even while t itally de
par ing from those German methods
which the reot of Eu'opa iniitatee.
KiifB'R, always rather Astailo tiian Eu
ropean, rather nomad than industrial,
attaches secondary importance to in'
fanirv in the mechanism of wai faro
She proposes to make cavaliy all that
other powers would with to
make inf.intry, but mush more
formidable also, seeing that
tra'ned cavalry can move with t
raoidltv impossible to infantry. Grad
nallv she is converting her whole
military power into mounted forces;
and she has been so earnest in psr
factins her ar.nv that, without count'
inn her territorial reserves, she can
alteady mobilise 2.483,000 men. This
fmce. clasied into two vast divisions,
includes no lees that 1130 squadron
of cavalrv-008 tquadrons tit tbe flret
and 622 for the seoond. Prussia, at
her greateat ext-emity, could only op
pose these ll:M tquadrons with S70
aqaadrons ot German hors?. Bat
Rueeia could still call out cavalry, and
admirable cavalry, by the 100.000,
fiom her steppes and ber Astatic
provinces; all the hordes are ready to
obey a signal and sre being trained to
nse repeating liti s. It is believed by
the writer referred to that, however
large their military figures appear on
paper, it would be all that Austria and
Germany together could now do to
oppose Russian infantry with an equal
nines of infantry, while they cou'd
not oppose the ver first wave
of Rueeian cavalry with more than
half the nuraoer of wettern
hotsemen. If this view of the situa
tion be trustworthy, the moment of a
terrific struggle, upon which the very
existence ol Western nationalities de
pend?, may not be very far off. Bit
it ia not impr ibable that the f oreign
review r has under estimated German
resources sad gived insulDclent atten
tion to thn comparative lightness
of the Russian armament in
point of ordnance and other weap
ons. At all events, the twin Ger
man powers appear strong enough to
hold their own unless some alliance
should be ma le aualist them of a
really extraordinary character. Tbo
result of crushing Germsn power by
combination, however, wonld ae
snredly result in bringing all Weetern
Europe undur the feet of the Czar;
and Ku sia'a etroi gi xt ally might be
flrat to know churb for renentanee.
Said handcome Tom to smiling Nel'.
"Where d d you find that myaiic spell
Tuat hovers 'iound your every suit e,
Aod wou'd ray tmobbing neari be
anile?" Quo'h laiivhiiig Nell, "You silly boy,
Iu SOZOJJim the cream of Jjy."
MEMPHIS 1)A1IA APPEAL III I DAY ,
A SL'PERSEOEIS GRISTED
TO THE (OXDEMNEI) CHICAGO
Which XCl I Delay the Execu'Ion of
Meiitcnce Until Hie Supreme I'turt
Has Pat8id I'p iu It.
Bioomisoton, III., N ivembpr 25
At 11 o'cloik this miming Judife
Scott gran ed the supers rle s in the
anar'il. in t cuee. Me. ere. B ack, S w' t
end Solomon e arted st nuce to O
tawa U have the clerk iesu' 'he order
in purenauce ti Judge Scott's im-troc-tions.
Toe efl'Ct of the order for the
iuper?edea will be to delay the ex
ecution until the full bench of the
Supreme Court has passed up: n the
questions raised for a new trial. It is
estimated that in tbe ordinary couree
cf procedure a beaiing aod Uecison
cannot be reached for H cr eight
weeks snd tbat, even though tbe
lower court is sustained, tbe sentence
cannot b carried out until some time
in Match or April.
Tba PelaU Haae la tbe Brief.
Ohica.00, III , November 25. The
i U i ,k. Krlof In hehall of
pUIUIQ UIIUV u ww w.. - i
tbe aoarcnibis, woiuu mo b wj-
. . . v. . fnM ,Via Rfim-ama l
Court, are the ones raised during the
trial and argued beiore juage uary oo
tk. mnlinn (nr a nftW trial, that tbe
Judge allowed jurors to try the casa
who naa aominea, ou mmiutu,
that they bad formed opinions; tbat
be ruled that tbe juror under exami
nation was n t oiauuBiiueu
k.nnl, ka ha1 a At art onlnion at the
lime oi the examination that would
require evidence to overcome, pro
vided he wou'd swear he could render
a fair anddmpartial verdict ; that where
the proposed jurors aamiimu firej
jiu n. i,i,a .ninit. anii'slists. anar
chists or communists, the Judge re-
. . it A. I J..fa A
lused to allow counsel ur vno uoibuu-
--t. ..w nhsthar tha tin Indira WB4
RliH lJ M " IJl.v.' I' - j
such as to materially efleel toe we'gbt
they would accora 10 ne viuuun ui
the defendant if it should appear that
tbey or some of them wete socialise,
anarchists or communists; tbat
ha rnfntd to allow challenges
for rannn on SCCOUnt of SUch
.i,iUo-' that tha billiffg select
,i n,on unfavirahlA ta defendants
so that their peremptory challenges
migbt ce sooner eauauovcvi, iu
inotrm tinna tha COUlt Dm-
ceededupon the erroneous the ary t hat
the aeienuants m'ui m 'im,
.iii.,,i tha Kiln hxina obllned bv
legal evidence to identify the princi
nai. or to ehow that the d-faudants
nuatranhml knnwledir S Of t he
commission of tbe particuler act by
tne principii ; vnas i,uuiiiiuu
an itiat.riintion allonina tbe
bomb tbrower minni nuni
tbe bomb undtr BOtne Buuienprjvu
ration bv reason of a supposed un
lawful at'ack of the police upon a
nn.nachl u mnA l f ll I ' Rfl mh' B26 1 that
there can be no conviction of an ao-
ceseory without the idani ncuon oi
1 tbut tha insttuc-
tlon given by Jude Gary of bis own
mnt.nn in n n 11H UUUDIb'ua j
li.o ami iinitnae all the in
Blructiona in tbe case, waj improper
and tataiiy aeiecuve.
Halikax, N. 8., November 23. The
Saline will probably be a total wreck.
ThA rrnw were raved.
Mod NT Oabmil, PA.,Novem-er 24
Superintendent it cnara uouanu, vi
tbe Enterprise Coal Company, was run
over by a iretgni train uoro iuib uwiu
Inir and instantly killed.
Tt . ncTKi-rnH N. R. November 24
The B.-iiieh steamer 8ulina, Capt. Pot
ter, from Antwerp, ixovemmr itu,
Tin at on la aahnra at Cane Sable. No
mrtinnlars have been received.
Co cord, N. H., Novemoer 24.
Gov. Currier has appointed ex-Gov.
Chancey.of Manchester, United States
Senator to fill the vacancy ocoaai -ned
by the death of Aus in F. P.ke, of
Nbw Yohk, November 24. D3na
Conway, a son of the Rev. Moncnre
D. Conway, the well known author
and lecturer, died at the homo i f his
fattier in Biooklyn Monday evening,
aged 21 years.
Bloominoton, III,, November 24.
A deeimoo n the motion for a super
sedeas in the anarchists csn, now be
ing considered by Juat ce Scot1, of th
Mino!s Supreme C urt, canuot bi
given befce tomcurow.
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ortaarai dltaaiM. Qulok, parmanant curu
gnarantaad In evert cue, mala or fi,"i'-
Recent emu of Oonnrrhe and Brpnilli
cored in a fw days wtthoat the ue ef mer
enry, ehann of diet or htndrenoe froo.
builneai. tieoondary Syihllii, thelutrei
tisaeradlAated wlthollthe nte of merourj.
Involaniiary lorn ot temen stopiwd In ihort
tin. HtiBerore from impnteiioy or tnts 0'
Miual powers retor to free tinor in a re9
waeki- Viotimt of eelf-abune andesoaulvt
Tenerr, lufjerinf from n-ermelorrhee no
loeiof phyiieal nod mental nower, il-eedtt)
and permanently cured. Particular attan
tlon paid to the trineaaea of Women, and
eoret auaranteed. Pllet and old eoree cured
without the uie of eauttio or tbe knife. Al
eonevltationi ttrlntly eontldential. Medi
cine! tent by eiprem to alt parti oi the
aer vdorklnimea onred at half tbe mo
ratae. Uflioehoura from 8 o'clock a.m. to
o'clock p.m. P. bTJUIINSIIN. M.P
No.WJO-In tbe Chancery Court of Shelby
County, Tenn. BUle of 'l'enneeeea ti.
job a i t-liltnn.
t i.ring from bill which li fworn to la
thii oauie IbU tbe delendanta, Harriet K.
Biuith. Kllen None, l.cuite None, Jaiuee Mu
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neMees and t api e riof Irora the return ol
the BherifT Hint Michael Mah'r and Nellie
bmith are not to be found in hie county :
It li thereloie ordered, That they make
their eppenranca herrin, at the e.iurthoune
ol helnr county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before tee Drat Monday in December. 1H,
end plead, anrwer or demur to complain
nt' bill, or the lame will be taken tor
eonfeiaed an to tliein and eet for harin el
f.arte; and that a copy of thia order be ub
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WroDtii.io fallcy. We earrj ia atook oyer
Two Hundred Aaiorted biaei.
aw Bend for Gatalocna and Prlee-llit.
. M. H0BFLEET, KdsldeitFarUsr.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
160to 174 Adams 8L, Memphl-
? Boiler Iraa
: Memphis. Tenn,
FLOYD & CO.
(8CCCESB0BS TO C. W. ZKICH), I
m. top laeensware
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets In Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
sarAseataror tbe eeilfbraled SRIMWOOD VITBIFir.D CHI HA. specially
!. I xl for Moral. Wanrnt al WfwrAbaata.a
HAPOLIOH BILL, Presldeat. W.X.miXERSQ3tTUKMtm
taasel a fiKaJBatAI. WtMU
m mm ai m aa mm m aaas. mm m m am
A'QUARTER OF A RJILUON'DOLLARS FULL P AID (L"PIT Ai,
Ode- lO HlIaon Street, XJesapbLs, Teiiii
Buggies, Wagons and Harness.
NANCE COTTON PEESS,
It Alt BO CB GINS,
Steam Ensrlnes. Bfachinerr of All Deecrlntlona.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOG-SOS Front Ct., Ilcmphla, Tena
flILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Oerchants,
3To. 11C ErOiith Haln St.. Ot. liiiau
W. T BOWDRE.
34 and 3G Madison
L. S. MULUNS. of lata J. E. Sodwln k Oe. JAB. T0N8I, laU ef J. W. Caldwell k O
MUIiLINS & YONGE.
Cotton Factors & Com mission Derchants
No. 1 Howard'" Row, Cor. Front and Union. Memphis.
X.B.GIOWI5.Prt(rn. J. M. 6WODB
loaaa-cl. oX X31a-eotoa-aB.
I. M. eOODBAJa. ,
T. B. BIM(4
a. t. gijopbr.
, i,nun, "
XHOI AEalHTBAB. 0. B. BRYAH. A. W. II
sarA BVewiaaliarr mt tkva aMata r Twauaeaaca, TraaauMta a Mmral 1
HaaiBfiaa aael slvwa aateelal AaiaaUw.1 aa Callarll.-im.-aM
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Bon Bona, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon Bonn, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton can find theea i-oode " AT RETAIL," in any quantities at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail Eitablishment,
So. 43 JcOeraon Street, Opposite Their Factory.
The,a are tha flneit Confootloni that the MamphU PnU w th opportonHf
MTTry Onr "Tew rream l,oafw "Dellelona.!
I. H. KSTI8.
(aajconsaoBta TO BSTBS. MAJI CO.)
Ulolesale Grocers and Cotton Fcctyrq
Kit, 0 12 and 13 Unlea Strtst, Cewghlt, Terr
lrholesale Dealers and PnbUahera,
Sola Atanta for tha followlns Flnt-Claaa Initrumentat
fiTEINWAY and K3STA.BE
riAlVOS Kranich & JBach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBQANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
axsA NEW 7-OCTAVS PIANO P0R fiao.-wi
WHtofnrQ.talogT.ee. 221 and 82.1 Neeonl Street. Wfemr
LOdO, DIEIIL & DANBURY,
tTt , -at Alir AlCTCE.B.8CA:ilDrBOT.Tl.K"aJ '
Lager' Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider.
- aai.rral w-,-r of all Saror., and XXX V'uV'l'J!
aa- pi'KK aPFLK C1DCK, in Barreli and Halt Barrala, a ipeoialt.'
S-PCKK A P PI. IS C1DCK,
Ko. 803 Front Htreet
Cotton Factors anil Commission Merchants.
Ho. 314 Frcnt Street, Corner olJHonroe, Memphis, Tenn.
AM MAMMMU MVMIMMMB, I
S. P. BOWDRE,
St., : Memphis. Tenn.
Alt TtoeFresn. C.H.;KAHK,Caalae,
W. B. MAX.
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