from I 'BiiVrlan Thnwe D g
of'l at ihe Meflinsr of the'
PisrH, Novimbsr 27 At the meet
irs ti thf UuDni-rinn di legation ioi-'b
Htrr F k itlnrtd to th diicltBora
made by M. Ka-avalofl, Bu Rrian ex
Btgrnt, rtgeidinfr tha conspiracy
nfeich wuned In Pritcs AlexsTdei's
deposition U'Tt Falktase mhihnr
Conn. Kalm ky, Antro-lIu!gaian
Winifctercl Koieiin Affnira, bad pns
BPiBfd raviona information of tbe
pot mid bad (ocf.rred with Piince
BUmarck sboot it at Kfealniren daring
Uieir conference on July '2i; Uo
wbetbtr Cmut Kalnoky bad tacitly
inppoiied the Rustiaa plana la Ba
gfiiia, and wha'ber bis neiotiaiinns in
their anpport had con'inued nntd Au
gust, rfaolting in tbe Russian dteia-ns
b ing countenanced. Her Fz gyen 1,
of tb Ifupe'ia'. Foreign Oftl e, replied
for Conoi Kalnoky that M. K riva
Jofl'a laobieurei were known to tbe
Foreign Min rry from Ihe newipaotr
reports'! thun only. Th ppuaker
referred Herr Falk to tl.e Hungrrlsn
PrerrieiV (Ti aa?) positive foiitradic
lion in tbe Dmt on Sapti mber 31th,
wt,tl.attl.eAu'triaa Foreign Oflica
bad beon roncemt d in or was envious
It & gniaaut ol ti e tlnt against Piincs
Alexander. Uerr Saofgvenyi added
tbat tbe e rcnmBtancea wbkh M. Falk
bid BOpgi'ttod wrre ahiolntely untrue.
sou 'an 11.
fiUH rerrf lannt hmiea Heir tm
BuanARiBT, November 27. The
Boamaoian Chambers opened today.
In tbe speech liotn tbe throne, Kinu
Cbarlis uprtBsed himself a? liope'nl
of tbe ottinuance of peace. His
MaJ'S'y a'ao nn mnctd that PrlLCs
Frrdinar d, of Hohei I llern, had been
rfcflni eJy anl'cted aa ihe heir to tha
throne if 'Konmanle, the King being
ehilaHeas. Tne King ca d tbat Rju
manta'a foielgn re a'iona wtre excel
lent, and that political events on the
froctiar had not affected them. Tbe
Etacefal path which tbe government
ad followed, and its calm, digniflsd
attitude had raiael Riuroania to a
higher position amorg theSia'eanf
Emope. Among the bills to be tub-
itud to lha Chambers by the gov
ernment were mumnres to reform tbe
commercial cod, to create a ouuocil
of States, and to renew commercial
Ob Xeapcrar William's Hpeeeai.
BBaia, November 27. Le Nord,
tbe line ian organ published here,
eommeitlng on Emperor William's
tpeerb, ssya thc-e desiring o prevent
lamia tri m eaUbliabing aal guards
arcand her iutereataaad from causing
ker K'gi imata claims to prevail in Bui-
Iiiria, m t renounce tbe hope of bav
ng Germany as an ally. The procla
mation of this fact, L Nori declares,
will produce the proper effort in Lon
dea, Vienna and B fit,
la af AbMiahlaa; the Heasea.
Biktjm, November 27 .The attitude
of tbe varlr as polit cal gronps on the
fneatlon f the sentent has al
ready bfcoma clearly defined. Tbe
leaders of the Prrgresilsts, 8 retaliate
and Poles are dtteruiined to abide by
their Iiirunr iraiatenca upon the abo
lition ol the septfnate and in favor of
ananrjaa' onticgnnt. TneOonnerva
tires and National Libmals are equally
4etorniliid to rnpport the govern
ment, Tue mrrubdrs of the Utntfr
anntinse anceitain. Tho majority
are undoubtedly hotile, but they
awatt aa'gnal from their iraiers, who,
to tu'n, aaait tbe nault of the nego
tiations between the government and
tbe Tallinn on tho recogt itlon of ra
llvtonu oirio'R and tlie iiiterprr-ta ion
af the Ar3tiyifltcht. Uudir ih abjo
lnte n'CiBii ol either acqairlngthe
vote ct tho CenUr or dcBilving the
Kichiag, Prince It smack is inclined
to eobniit to the Vatican. '1 he ques
tion on tha AntngrjiflirM baa
arisen in connec ion with the
nomination of ihe Atchblshnp of Po
sen el Bva parish prietta. Tbe Presi
dent ol the province veioi d the nomi
nations. The Archbithcps relueed to
accept tbe veto or ti name other
prienta In place of the ol j actionable
aominecB, and t'ie di'put wat re
ferred to the Vatican. Tbe Ouria
inaiDtaits tiat the church engaged
. inly to make known lis nominees and
tbat it never recognized the right of
the government to uss the veto power.
Herr Pattkamer tacitly submitted to
tbta view of tbe question and the
Archbishop will confirm tbe appoint
ments. Greater difficulty, however, attends
the negotiations concerning tbe re
ligions orders. The government
promises incieaned latitude to the ex
latenoa of Uif orders, but ineiata upon
having cloae control and supervision
f their opt rations. The voice of op
position tn tne prss la almost Inaudl
)e. The roblie mir.d is most troubled
witb the demand for uigency for Ibe
army bills, and Instead ol awaiting a
renewal of tbe national organisation
in 18H8, tbe government inijts upon
inclndiog appropriations for an ln
ereiee ol the army in tbe next budget,
thna causir e feaia that the Eur.ten
alHiR iou ia pregnant with dangers
which are near at band. The paciflo
declaiationa in tha apeech from the
throne has tailed to remove these (eel
The Cologne Gautte. In a rotable
artioe n fleciirg ihe viewa of Ibe peo
ple of the Rheiuthal, declares tbat tha
abeoibingr topic in family oirclea in all
tbeKhiin towna and villages is the
nrobabiliiy of an early outbreak of
ncatilities which will shake the conti
nent of Europe la its foundations.
What rraae Hut and If ait Rat .
Pa bis, November 27. Prenrer da
Freycioet in the Chamber of Di putlea
today, answering M. de Lafoa, da-
e:ared ttai ins maintenance ol peace
wis the republic's interest and thf
government s study.
NevertbeUfs, tbe Premier cont!n
ued. France mast not entirely abdl
eate bnr position as a great power. Hha
most prevent the ditme mbermeot of
the 0 toman Empire, and mnst not
admit tbat any poaer may take poa
sefsion ol Eitpt lR'p?a!ed applauw
M-'e Freycineitiaid the ttici onai
fnpBtir n wou'd bodii l e fe'tl.d in a
t s'ac'orv manner, Kofenlng to co
P nalKuM o's he asid Francs most
tonti it iesef vitn o gtnis i g her
p;erntR loo'al poseerioua. Ti e gen
eral poller of the i overnment corn.
prrp.d pulerce a'd finuMBS. M.
Kee: eiM " nve the r'ji'O.icn of the
run -eH fr' to Uiaiula n tbe EinbaB-
tv at 'k- V. t cn.
M. ) Fjii. ett oppose 1 Ihe mo'lm.
delllxig upon tha p ac'ical uaeful-
neea of tbe Emhaey. Prance, e 'rd,
bavirg a concordant with the Vatican,
by which eh was chargid with tie
rotftCii cf 0 tholic m:siona ia the
!it, which were rendering Impor
tant esrvic to ihe conn rv, mild nit
fffitd to disperse with the Embassy.
The bum a-ked I'T was gra i'e J, tte
vote ttar.ding 201 agamt 258. Tne
numbers of the t-x rune hft haled
the narrowness of tbe maj jrty with
M. de Laftvss movd to eutpresi
tbe ortdi'B fi r n'raord nsrr in ssions
ei: trusted to m "in hers of ti e Cham
ber. M.4j Freycinet expla ned tba.
the mnney aasaiked for in coaform
ity wiih lw and preceibct'. lie
conuderfd tbat tbe amendment par
lo.k r f tbe natue of ce-aure. The
amendment ws r jnted by a vo'e of
313-to 185. After eeveotcen votes bad
bren taken on amendmtntr tbe for
eign buJgetwas pass id without op
Go nhta arri nopi.s, November 27.
6evereahooka of earthquake were felt
today in Hmyrca, Tcheame and tbe
Island of Ob cs.
Loudon. November 27. Tbe gov
ernment has decired to prosecute the
other NatiDca'Iflt leaders nut week.
Thetroopiin Ireland will be rein
forced by at leaat 40 0 men.
Panis, November 27. The Munic
ipal Gtancil if Paiia.h's requested
United 8 atfs Mlnitr MoLaneto in
tercede with the Govern or of Illim is
in behalf of tbe condemned anarnhiat
DrjHHif, NovemVier 27. The procla
mation of ibs Matqais if 1 ondonder
ry, Lord Lieutenai.t of Ireland, pio
hihiting ibe holding of lh adveit Sfd
Na ional League meeting at bligi tv
morrow, has been posted Ibroughout
Sligoandhas produced grtat excite
ment. Ottawa, Ost , November 27. Re
turna to tbe Marine Department show
that the etorm wbii h r-wipt all the
lakes on the 17th and 18tb Instants
was terribly dirast'ous. Thirty aeven
lives were loet and tbiity-tbree vts
aela, worth $039,100, were wrecked.
Fxbtii, November 27. Tbe Hurgs
riau Deloca loD today voted tha creoit
for repealing rid a far the army with
out debate, end toproved tbe army
budget and tbe credit for occupied
Baussiui, NoVember 27. Twenty
two sacks, containing mails from Eng
land to Germany, Bnala, Austri and
the Kas', while in transit on a train in
Belgium, were opened and plunder d
of all rog stared le'teri. The other
letters were cot touch d.
THE OLMAKUAKINE TAX
8r. Louis, Mo., November 27. A
large meeting of stockmen and oiti
aris was held at tbe National Btotk
Yards this afternoon to consider mat
ters pertaining to tbe oleomargarine
interest. Af ir a free discussion, re
solutions were adop-ed, declaring that
tbe wholesale dealers' license of $28,
and tha retail dealers' license of $48
are exorbitant, from five to twenty
times ai much aa required on whisky,
beer, tobacco or cigars, and are foster
ing a monopoly discriminating In fa
vor of large mannfac'urers and deal
ers, and eg loet the small ones; tbat
the tax of 2 cents per pound on oleo
margarine meets all the requirements
and objects of the law aud fully
protects the agricultural classes;
that the' manufacture of oleomar
garine enhaorei the value of
cattle from $2 to $4 and hogs from 12c
to fifieen cents per bead, and inviting
all friends of lbs cattle interests to
memorial ae congress forareduction of
the special license and for a repeal of
all the obnoxious prohibitory and
monopolistic features of Ihe o t-owar-
gaiine bill. A memorial to Congress
was dratted and a gned or an tna
commlnalon merchants of the Live
Stock Exchange and aaveral hundred
cltinua, tetting foitti the objectionable
feature) of the olenmaraKns bill and
tha bad eS c s they have bad, ep c
tally in aiding the large manutac
turenand cruahin out the smallir
oneti, an well as the throwing out of
employment of several tuousand
men, and particularly praying that
theapecial licences be rtducod.
Tbatnaa Blevfraa la Uhlan,
lai'soiAi. to ma ArraAL.l
Naw Yobk, November 27. The Tait
letter received at ibe omce of Out ing
from their special correspondent.
Thomas Stevens, is da'ed on board
the steamer Wirg Bang. October 4tb,
in which the famons wheelman says
In regard to the last atietoh of his
journey: "I will not be able to find
out anything dt finite aa to my journey
thronab China until I meet the Con
sul at Canton, so cannot toll you any
thing now. 1 will, however, send lull
particulars to Outing from Can'on as to
the result ol my interview vain ine
Consnl. I am led to expect consider
able d i iu on lilts about getting througn
China. Japan will, no doubt, be very
delightful and interesting, providing
I reach tuere beiore tne winir maces
it disagreeable traveling. This will,
of course, dapend upon my exper'encs
in China. My nextarticlea to you will
be wrltton while ctoadng the Paciflo."
A Bojr llnraed t Death.
IsrsoiAL to aa Arraiul
Aunikimxr, Abx , November 27.
At 6 o'clock a.m. tbe community
were aroused by the alarm w hi tie ol
the cotton gin of W. T. Robsita.
Cause: Gin house on fire, acd it was
in abra in a few minutes, lha on
gin ol tho fire was the carelessness of
a boy, tba son of the Rev. F. Jones,
who took a light ia the lint room
lie .was burned to death. All
tbat was found of him were the
body, one arm and tba head. He wia
a borrtbie sight to see.
Naw Tout. November 27. The
socialists of thia city were elated yes
terday over tbe action of Judge Stone
inerantimra star of proceedings to
the 'OhIcaro anarcbJetii but their
jubilation did not take tha ahape of a
public 'demonstration. J They said
generally tbat the George movement
was euituy tnafamentai in cringing
abotd lhis result, and they be.ieveo
mwalrongly than ever that tbe coa
demned men will not undergo the ex
trama peialt pf the law. i
I i n a i i i ' ' -.
, A Big Batrrls. ,
(Jr. Loom, Mo.,: November 27. A
syndicate if buatneas men of this city
have purchased the mining propt rty
near Silver City, N.M., known aa the
Bremen Mine, and have organ'sed a
company nitn a cap tal s ock of
$5,000,000. The property embraces
1H0 acrea and la conuiueiea very vaiu
Aitoof-TrRA Birrxaa are tbe best
remedy for removing indigestion and
all diauasts ong.nating mm the dig st
ive organs, ltowara of c iuntr(eite
Ask joar gro er or drujtfist for the
gernlne anlce, ninnuiaclurea ny Vt,
J, G. B, bleitd Hons.
THE STATE OF TR1DE.
MICH BiTTtR MJVY
Tbaa at Any Perind f the Fall
and ITlnter, aud the Outlook
Ia Even Bore II. peful,
pricuL to ins ArraiL.l
PniLADBH-uiA, Pa., N.uen uer 27.
The industrial aituati'n and trade
prospects r btt'er than they have
evtr been at tb s dae. Hpeasirg gen
erhlly, but moat advia dly, roraeU
are fctroig in all sections. The up
ward tenonry in prices le maintained.
Orders continus to crowd in. Ia
mills, shops and marnfa tu-ing eitab
liBbmenta of all k'nds orders ate
ahead fiom one to aix months. Con
sumption has rf sched a bigger point
than ever. ManulactU'ing capacity ia
btlng expanded in every indmiry.
Oor finances are bea ihr. The import
and export trade is large. SUxks of
every th ng are either low or of moder
ate I' d declining pr p rrlione. Be
qu'.rementi tre incrraa ng, and ma
chinery makt-M of all kinds, car aod
kcomotive builders, wgon and car
rirge buildtra, rnd iron and ett el
makers, are all ai well sold up that for
oice they are indifhrent as to rew
crdrtis. In frt there is a general de
sire to put off fresh buainisiUbtilafc r
the boudays, when re'a lers, under
tbe holiday fctloaulnn, ni 1 ba able to
advai.ee pricta tulll ient'y to jus ify
paying tba higher prices Biltdd fjr raw
During the month of Novemb r
160,000 ton of stael rails bave been
contracted for i i AmericAnand fore so
mil e, and 60,000 tors of s el biioms
bave been oi d red because ol tbe over
sold condition of home m Us. Tbe
iron and eteel makers do n t know
wh ch way to turn. Satii production
and consumption was i ev r known.
IUilaa-e $3t; mils, $2(2 25; plate
iron, 2Jc b idge -gl d.ra, 3j per
pouod. P g iron $17 fr forge and
17 60Q20 for foundry. Large orders
are awaitir g the fixnigof winter prices
This week 10,('OJ,lOO poundj of copper
Wrre sold at 12c pur pound.
Tbeca pet, boa ery, and dry gooda
and woolen and woieted mills in
Puiladelpbia and all through Njw
ErgUnd are all sold op. Three
fourths of them are ir creasing their
capacity and all are taking ipring or
ders at full pi ices.
. Tbe wcol dealers have lha market
under cott ol. Broa uns will con
tinue low tbrougvout tbe winter.
Petroleum will harden in price. Cot
ton will be firm and active. Boots and
shea continue in extraordinary de
mand, and manufacturers are diiven
to the' wall to keep customers sop
plied. Leather and hides are low.
Trade comb nat ons to control prices
and production are springing up, and
secret organ's ttions among employers
are gduirg in numbers and deter
mination to meet oigtn s id labor next
year abon d unfair demands be made.
Lumber and coal are in abundant
supply. Tbe bitnminoua operators held
a matting to c mbme for an advance.
The builders ai d architects all over
Ihe country are preraiog for the
bualrst winter they have ever bad
and In all probability tbe coming year
will be tha moat active aod paaeroua
the country hs ever seen.
Mas. FbihortIs now aNsorb'ngly
occnpbd ai b Gan. Fremont ujon his
Uemoiri, hat abe writ en four papers
for Hub Awatt I r 1887; thrre of tbem
are "T.fly aud Bister" atorb a st rries
of her 8bet and ponies aud ah "mixe J
up" with bur civil war. The fourth
ia "My Day ia Copenhagen with Hans
A n4un "
Thx lon r looked for "color-book,"
Babv o Baby BaUadt, with water color
d s gns i y F Cmhie II a sam, accom
panying Daiiaoa Dy j ans a nan
Pra t, editor of W ide A wait and Baby
and, is now retdy at the bn k ators.
It fullv metti tbe expectations con-
cernit g it, and may well be cilled
"tbe m t beauliiui doox oi me year.
A Calkndxb or Bbavi Dkrds. to
which am aided "Lu kv Daa" and
a ao Borne "Happy Though a " 0 im-
iled by Mrs. S. iu Mckerson. JJes gn
by M as Vt Ll'maa in raa ana Dronae,
$1. One of tbe mott unique and at
tractive calendars ol tbe year, naviog
for its motto ths famous "Look up
Lginn" wa'chwords, "Lo k up, aid
not down, lo k forward, and not back-
wark. look out. and not in. and lei-d a
band." Tbe Belnctioni are wonder
fully bright and apt. It ia issued by
V. Lnhrop A Co., iioston.
Tng Maaazin$ of American History
closes its sixteenth volume w tb aa ex
ceptionally bright and readable De
cember numhtr. The vigor and grace
with which this periodical moves for
ward in its well reeu'atedand pro?per-
oua courss, inspirit g tneh love of
country wih every monthly iisoe, tsa
souics ol special pride to the Ameri
can people. The frontispiece thia
month is an admirable portrait oi
Maj r General Halleck, made ex
pressly for this meg-rii e fiom the
p tinting in poBseseioa of Gen, George
W.Cull m: it accompanies a paper of
surpasbing interest to all classes of
readers, entitled. Misunderstandings;
Halleck and Grant," by Gen. James
Tbi career nf Mrs. George E. Spen
cer, who. as May Nnnea, was ote of
tha most popular actresses in Mr.
Daly's company, is quite as romantic
and in en bud a: as any story she has
ever writ'en. Mia. Bpencer never
thought of putting pen to paper as a
novelist until about ihioa years ago,
eincte whea ber success baa been so
markt d tbat ahe will probably con.
tinue to delight thousands of readers
with stoiies still unwritten. .Writing
simply because ahe felt moved to
write aha cartd nothing for fame, and
ber two first books we published
n n m n.inlw Una (r I .1 1
nrged her to claim har own, to that
ahe was persuaded . to put ber name
upon the tit e page of A Plucty One,
Jastpnbl-hed by Caasoll A Co., of
Nsw Xaik. ' 'i
t Mass as. Cabbsll & Compaky, Limit
ed, will issue aa their leading holiday
publication a collection of twenty-five
etchings or engravloga of notable
American pictures, under tba tit'e of
"American Art," They are bound in
one large volume, with acarlet moroc
co cushion covers, designed in gold.
Tbe ' latter ) preetv which ia both de
scriptive ol the plates and retrospective
in its treatment of the subject as a
wbolo,ia by Ma, 8. R. Koehler. He
glvea an interesting account of tbe
tbe progrets cf American art in its
modern pliaaes from the tine of Will
iam Hunt's return from Europe with
tbe ideas of a revolutionary cast, and
dwells at lemth upon the eventful
period of 1877. Mr. Krebler has
ch sen for reproduction in this im
poitant work the most reprts n'ativs
examples i f Atneiican arv whith it
we pees bie to procure.
The Cnino tf November 17th ia, In
some reFpece, a holiday number. Its
leading aitkU-, "Mr, llowella in Bsa-
coa St'ee'," hy W. II. Bishop, la tbe
tweory Bt-ionn 'n be Authors at Home
Se ics. An tber s pecial f atnrn is
lur karsr n I hra Amt-ricn Pupilp."
by Ih iilot'e Adau 8, who has rat a
lerarnal intirviw with tne d-min-
guisned p n er sirre bis a rival in
N w York. Th-n tt ere is a pim.
The D t-ire ol ili ar lor tbe Mo h";
an enit'ii .l on ' Women ia he Bo rl
of Educ.i i n"; c'i ic-l ani :!e on
"Tbe Gre-k Pay," 'Live in II it-
neee" "A Fo ei: me CoDi lnsicn ' and
"K-cent Mndc.il Eve'te' and an
unuiual number t f reviews cf holi
day pob lctti ns and books for ibe
young. Perhaps tb m at striking
thing about thin wj k's Criitic, how
ever, is tbe enat number ol adver
tisements, ch'tfly of holiday publica
tions, which it cntnlns.
Ths proprietors of Wide Awile have
learned from tbe very young reader
of tbat exce lot i ublra'ion tbat they
are in love with Mrs. Fremont's wiii
irgs. The ihildren clamored, aod pa-
reiits teggd f rr more articles ir jm
Mrs. FreuionL It certainly was very
gratifying tt know the mag'ine bad
tot mistaken IU aua enre. Whetuer
r-mliiiacencea of Mme. Bcamier. orof
Napolenn's old ma-shale, or of tbe
youi'g Queen Vict r ia at the opra, or
ol a night in a wild Calif rria ion, or
tf f ch tol dajs in early French Sr.
Louia, or child v.sits to President
Jackon at the White Honee, or the
weddinn recn :03 of a Danish brince,
o' ihe bridal pageant of tbeEmpr-as
Pie-ident Van B'l'tn in Vrrinia all
baa been et.joied, and edl sr seres
nf the same kind were at-kd for.
Nothing bad b 'en too high i r too ua-n-na',
too choi e or too imp rtant.
' Thb Drtc-mher r-nmb nl TheAfaga
tine of American IliMory has a bo'iuay
UdV r, to of it paiiers re a ing tune
thanksgiving fas lval one ciw
E .inland 1 ba jk?givii g." by tbe editor,
agreeably illustrated w.tu old fash
1 ned tb8nkig;ving scenes; and "A
Trankegivinu Legend," from the pen
of Gi beit Na h, the poet. Tne con
secutive paperp, "tihak'Speare's Liter
ary Executor," by App'eoa Morgan,
president of the S iespeare Society
of New York, tnd "Ohio i-a a Uospi a
ble Wildoerne8. ' by J. Ii. Kennedy,
are two as de'ightfut cin'r butions as
any mtgiz ne, abe her tf tact or fi
tion, haa published within the Tear.
"Creole Pnulariiiea," by P. F. de
Gourney. will a'eo be read with genu
ine appreciation. "Tba Samp An
g 1," tne name given totbegun which
in 1863 was u e i in fi iog on (Jbnrl-e-
ton, is tbe ti'l to a no able pf per, by
William 8 Stryiter. Aniatant Gone a
of New Jers-, Ulustra ed with the
portraits of the offi 'ere on that occa
sion, and itbrr pictures; and Gen.
Le concludes his intert sting aeries,
' Frojo Cedar Mountain to hantilly."
Jobn Gilmary tibei, LLD., coulrib
utea a ehirt piper on "Beauj-u and
Fo-t DuQ lesie," and the lLn. Hora
t'oKiog writes of "Lincoln and Us
Cletlan." Tne departments are
crowded with choice entertainment.
Hear j M. Slaalejr In New Tark.
Naw Yobx. Nvan.ber 27 Henry
M. Stanley, tbe African explorer, is in
New York, having arrived last night.
He comes here for tbe l urnoae of lec
turing on Africa. He speaks very
gnwirgy of tbe rich tesiurcea cf tbe
Congo Free Sutee, and says tbat if the
Belgian ayrdica'e caTies out its pro
ject to build a railway fr m a point 110
miles op from tbe mouth of the Cor go
for a distance of 23) mile, along tbe
eide of tha numerous cataracts, to
Stanley pool, the future of tbat coun
try will be an immense one, as lhat
railroad would ulacs the nnoer Conrro
in direct Jhmmunicition with all
countries. But, he adds, without this
railway ths Ujdko might as ae'l be
in tbe moon for all tbe bereft; the
white man till deiive from it He
says the na ives ara a peaceable and
308 Front St.
IMP0BTER AND PWAUKR IS
wans, Animuuitlon, Fishing Tackie
ana rtporuiaiflnB' Nnppiies.
WHOLKSAUK AND EMAIL,.
n4 Mala NirMl, MemphU, Team
Manoraotarlni nd RaDafrtni ol ntia a
Bpaotaltr. LarmtHtoek. Btaaaortnient.
And Still They Come
FINE IIA&D SEWED
UsTETery Pair Warranted'!
OSJUX $3.00 A PAIR.
4IQ lrfaln Strct, ftfeniplitsu
No. W-l9 ll CbantMry Court of Shelby
Conotr, lann. Sarah Maak va. Bam at)
ItapparlDS from tha bill which la awara
Aa In thii aaaae that th dafandant. 6amal
Mack, la a noa-reaidant of tha State of Ten
5fm and that his lao of raairieaaa la
tnaTtart"or, ordarad that' ha an ike
Bla apMaranoe oerein, at tne voanaauaa
of Bbelbr county. In Memphia, Tenn.. oa
hfnr th first Afondav in DManUf.
ISM, aod rlaad, anawor or demar to m
pleinent bill, or tha aama will ba taken far
otfeaeed aa to him and aat for hearlnt aa
narta: aad that a oopr ol thia order be pub
lished onoe a week tor foaranooseaiT weeka
IS tha Memphia Appeal. .This loth day oi
A poprr-Atteit! 1 '(
g. X MoDO WF.LL, Clerk and Haatar.
Br T. B. ua'awell, Uepnt U. ana at. .
J. 8. Paral, ml. lor eoonilainant.
ItlglaMt Award of Sf rdalera Kuopa
ana jjarednaa. ...
- The tieelwt. aulokeat. lefei aa anei
nn.iirlul rAmedv known for Rhenmattam
Pl.nrlav. Neuriluia. l.u-nbuo. Backaobe.
Vt'eAkneaa, Co di ia tb Che-t and ell aches
and pa'na. Indord by bM FayaleUna and
liraaaii-ta of tbe hiheai repnto. Benaon'i
I'lmiert rromptl r.lieve and cure where
other platters end greay aairea, linlmenU
and lotiontare Aluolutely nelera. Bower
ol lmitatlina uniieriimilariouna ncnitinea
ruch aa " Cpieuui," " aeooln," Cepal.
lna ther are uttrrlv wor-hleae and in-
tended to deceive. Aaa roa Baaana'a asd
T4a xn.iTBias All drugs in. tinADiai
jyUNSO.N, rroprietvra, w Xora.
NOVEMBER 28. 1888.
If the Liver be- TJ TT T Qi
cornea torpid, if J X I I a IO
tbe bowels are constira'ed, or if tbe
stomach (ails to perform its func
tions properly, nse Ayer's Pills.
They are invaluable.
For anme years I was a victim to
Liver Complaint, in consequence of
which I Buffered from General De
bility and Indigestion. A few boxes
of Ayer's Pilli restored me to ncr
teot health. W. T. Brihtncy, Hen
derson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more epos
Ayer's 1'ilit than anything else, to
my bowels. These Pllla are mild In action,
and do their work thoroughly. I bave used
tbem with (food efl'cct, lu casoa of Itheu
mutism, Klclney Trouble, and Dyspepsia.
G. F. Miller, Attleborough, Mass.
Ayer's Pllla cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I bad suffered
for years. I conaidcr them the best pills
made, and would not be without them.
ilorris Outca, Downsville, N. V.
I was Bttacked with Bilious Fever,
which waa followed bv Jaundice, and was
so dunL'eroualy ill that my frienda de
spaired of my recovery. I commenced
takliifr. Ayer's Pills, and soon regained my
customary strength and vb;or. John C.
l'uttlson, Lowell, Nebraska. ,
Last sprlrijf I suffered greatly from a
troublesome humor on my aide. In spite
of every effort to cure Ibis eruption, it In
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the name time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains In
By the advlco of a friend I bejran taking
Ayer's Pills. In a abort time 1 was free
from pain, my food digested properly, the
aorea on my body coimnrnced hcnlinr,
and, in less than ono month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, A'.lunta, Ga.
I have lone used AVer's Tills. In mr
fmully, and believe them to be the best
pills made. 8. C. Danlcn, Dardcu, Miss.
Mr wife and little rlrl were taken with
Dysentc-ry a few days ago, and I at ones
becran (riving them small doses of Ayer's
Pills, thinkiiiir I would rail a doctor if tha
disease treuanie any worse. In a short
time tbe bloody discharges stopped, oB
pain went away, anil heultli was restorcu.
Theodore Esling, Kichmond, Va.
tVepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co. Lowell, Mua,
Sold bj all Doalera in McdlclDe.
NLIGHTENING the WORLD
WE hare manufacture 1 and now offer for
aale the only and rorroct louvenlr ol
Tne e " - iQtf.iB, ma
Brooklyn Bridge, Bedloe's Ialead, the Bat-
. . it . . l TT.i : . i j : .
Tory ana ido irov ig nt'unr m ,un uir
Uaoet a'ao, a correot lHallln portrait
and utorph nf the celetVated a-tiat, H.
Hxrih-ltll. Thia beaotiful aroatvealr
BMhaaak ii worked on obo'ce oolored
Hills, ahowina all ths detaila Terr clearly.
i ne rererjeiiuo dbt'dv rd
and a Ca endur for IMta7, thui being a unnful
M well H vrniuf bwi lUHvtuu iw iu jn
Will alao Iok bandaoms as a RHim.-reilj
lor ino cenier toie. a " . . . m . Uu
laatine preeeal Prioe only IM'eui, Two
i . vr . iT. . ... Ai mi " .
free bj mail. Postage atampa taken.
LIBER1Y MANCr'G CO.,
150 Waaaan St., Now York.
TrlK OM.V Berl'evt uhlltMUfer MOJ IIFira
rllk iiiT!iltimi- in '.'iiiiLr. . A r .
Mlhlnc Ii I A Ii nil tH A and all dlwMee or children
prilivei.t4.(l r.i.id l"oi- iryiiprptl,, Cen.emf.-tlvi-K,
Ounviilctcntt, A, TerlVut nutrient In U
WHutinr dir'ita. Inquires no oooklnic. Akeep. In
ell rllmulr.. Suld . vnrywhero. Our bock '"Tn
Klre il FetMlliic of Ii.fanre," MAIl.KU rnr.r.
M1L111EK, UOOIIAX.K & AHh,
Sow Tbe l Ime To Kpciulate
ACTIVE Flaelnationa In the Market offer
nnnn.rnniti.1 ti NnnAtiintnre to make
money li Grain, 8tocVa Bonda and Petro
leu m. Prom t personal attention given to
ordo'a received by wire or mad. Corret
pondence aolioited. Full information about
tbe markets in Our Book, which will be tor
Warded tree on ayilioetion. ,
ti. U. KYI.K, Banker and Broker,
S Bread 4 New St-ectn. New X. irk City.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Itoofln
n w,j ear. A rivhtMlee
proof. Boitabf for all kinds of buildings.
For prices aad aatlmata a faotory raios
sail on or addreaa
MXMPHIS METAL A WOOD Mf OOO..
t38 k UO Main jt., and 21 A S3 Mulberry li..
Headquarters for Iron Feneea and Craning,
QalTanlied Iron Cornloo.Tla Boofa k KtoToa.
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN,
LATE OF ST. LOUIS, MO., ha lust Ittod
up an elegant office over Lytl Bhirlda a
grooory atoro, eorner of Adama and Main,
where he la ready to fit all eight and make
a M.ir TK nnhlia are lnformod
that the Dcctor baa no glasjei lor tele other
than thos made by himself and in conform
ity with th meaiarement of th eye. The
Doctor has mad that hra special study and
hat all th Utoat aotentifio testa and Inatra-
menu to lnsur rwoot anu easy sigut.
Physiolana preaorlptloaa forglaasoa oarjtully
tilled. Offio hoara lrom Jo 13 and 2 roS p.m.
Oculist and Optician, No. Main atreet.
aoatheast corner e-amna
, To Contractors.
Gl UVBliWmi.n i lit. V AD n vp rv w w
r qaftDitti"! to iuit outfit, at Plum Point
- ......... niramtABtV U Ul lea
ft Mile uooa nmniii nouw vricvo f
par. Apply to Tool. Mowow.n y... o
i.hfa.oronworkt. Jf S. McriUUM kWi.
VWIlWWllll aw - - -
i k..MiaMn.u rwiMamawwiW'"
wincuud, er mi tu. wont d '
r.nh i it. .svrr, th. I win o wrrri
I pa. rt a. aixilyiereieisijj
I W .MM I ,
VAR M A T.Il.
T LATE RESIDENCE PR??",
MeLemor arenue. Bear Btat Kemal
uoiiege. a a proper"" "u,v5 -IjnViiib-
I T. -. . - W . .1. 1. . n HrMII.
wooa, ui most ktr.-Dt Ti ,7a B
i. uie most MirMii" -uv. . - - - ,
nf M.m.,ni. eonsiatt of Btw aoro ol
nd unaurpasaad for, healthtul
beauty ot too. ion
autyot looarion. containing a iar i"
ol foreit and fruit tro-a, ornamental trees
d shrubbery I a two story """'""-j
ia nr ten rooma oonTalentl arraagea,
ith ample aupply of oloaetf i aiap, iik"i
seryanu' room, atable. carriage nouso, c
ana pou'try nous io n". j" jn
k..n.iin... ... .nn nlnterns and a deep
brick walled well with fixtures aa a deuosi
tory lor milk, butter, iresn m. -
ta. . .L - .ila U. attaC aH.FI lOll
I'UMIaVVJ, W IIU VJAVJiat t's -
.v.- i . u JL.m. ..tint. tVnm mtV IO.
ImmeJ'ste Kis sain grren to P""""9;;
. :Vh Ni Madison t . t telerhon.
WV. " "
,....-. , w, ubArr
t a a o a TrTyi- a a.
A 1TI17 W
Boots and Slioes
261 HuTA.XN' S"T.
UR fTOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORI
t '.W.i. ...... .mn.i.ln. nntr.ntT the best and looat but also lull lines of me
dium, aurabla and ityliah goods, which w offer at low Agar.
TO THS TBOK w offer special Inducements. Carrying most of out Leoodi ila
AJDXjESFS. 25JHLO. c2b CO.
aa-rT.T.TTHTt ATFO riATAI.OT'W
VfM.DEAN.Pret't. IJAMBS REILLT, Vioo
mm wm am EL
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders.
Impoalera aad Wholesale Dealera la
Tirhoaj 205 Main Strset, Lee Block, Memphis.
Win Peiawi. John V Illy. ' Jln. Inww Rl'lw. W H. lesw.
1. i. OQOVER & 00.
Doora, Sash, Blinds, Woldlags, tell kluds of Door and Window
Frames, Brackets, rcrll-Work, Itougb aud Hressed
Lumber, MiluRlet, LathH, Water Tanks.
All klads ot Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington strpet Mpinpliis. Tenn.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Sail Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
yp. 285 SF.COXD STUF.ET. .... Ml" MPniS. TEXJI
llll, ROPER & REILLT,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Urn. 899 Havla Street, GayoM Bksek.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Huling from Mulberry to St, Martin Streets
i Insurance and Sacks free.
lThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
I" Best Yield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
Nos. 323 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOVES, TIN WAR A
DBIYEDr PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
EVAPOKATOTIS AND SOT.GITTTM MnJiS.
L till. APPERSON & GO.
1 i ! ' i.l I
Wholesale Grocers k Cotton Factors,
364 rnowrr rtite-et.
T3su ujins5 nn.
UholesAle Grocers, Cotton JacUm
' Anl Coanlsilin ISercbanti,
2 and 234 Front
aarrwaru abahi ABB ammmmwm. I
atf. I. X. KIHTZT eVreAea kit wiol time
D W PLY P B UKKHON. BAM UOB80N.
Late ol CommeiM'HUi.' laU ot Coffeavllla. Mlat. Lata of Brook. Nral k Co.
PLY, HEBRON & JOBSOPJ
Cotton Factors and i Comnussidn u Merchants
' 324 FroTit Stmt Mmi)M Tftun.
mm V. '-. WW , am nSa K V H i m " e awemaja
Iws-)wf JLfcAHyASwa.' " laateaf Maaa H.ritm. Lata af
DAY, HORTON 6 B
SSO-S8S Front Street ITemwWiiT
JH0. 8. 100?. K. L McQOWAK. ' j
oo Iciown Co.
Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor;.
AndDealera In Levee aud Batlroad Snppllea,"
Noe S74 Front Stxeet Memphis. Teimetsea
MT FWrf t.THT MAfT.wn TW1
- Proa't. I JOBN LILLY, Seo'y and Tree.
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
m. M. Olauaa.
SL, Llemplin, Tc3
tota welaalag aa sal jfaJl Oatstl
JT. i rf.rMoTia&K.. , W.w.4TTE80.
li Liiillllu lllILL
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