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m OYER THE SE1S.
THEFISHFEf D SPUTE BETWEEN
IDE L SITED STATES
Aad England The Xalloiialltsta'
Chiefs Hate a Monkey and Tar
rot Time la In Und.
London. Novembfr 29 At 1h
British Foreign Office doobU are en.
tertalntd hthr Presided Cleve
land will be in a do i ion to ennuunce
in bit comirg met sage a solution ol
the4sheriee Giepnte. No progress la
being mule toward a settlement Lord
IdJeeleigo ia ab orbed in the Eastern
qaestion, and bas completely re ega'ed
to the Minister a 1 mgotiatinns with
the Unit d (States. Tiie atlitnde of
the Dominion 11 iveriiment is not fa
vorable to a eel element The extradl
tion treaty baa been dt finitely settled
upon by tbe terma cf the convention
dratted oy Jii meter rneips ana uota
Jioeebery. J tie reports tntt amend
ments have been male by Canada are
Mr. Gladstone declines every re-
neat to (peak nntil - Parliament
assembles. lie has tent letters to
several of hie late colleagues stating
' his programme lor the coming seesion.
lie approves an immediate challenge
tome government to suit itsirisn
policy in t'je debate upon the ad'
dress, although he expects the Union
ista will maintain their adhesion to
the government. Afterward he will
assist in an effective settlement of the
by the T
Buoo. November 28. The Nation
. alist chiels beld a private meeting
in the Town Hall today and dlrcassed
their tutor conrae ol action. Misers.
O'Brien and O'Kelly, members of Par-
liament, went to Uiverstown to ad
dreta a mealing. A platform was
erected and the chapel bell was tolled.
Mr. O'Brien made a speech in which
he denounced the government and
declared that the Irish wonld be able
to overcome the unworthy schemes
for repressing opinion. The police
threatened to arrest him, bat although
he defied them he was not arrested.
Mr. O'Brien then went to Ballygote,
where a pileet advised him Lot to
talk. lie persisted, however, and the
meeting wa dispersed by the police.
The exoitement is intense. The
streets are guarded by police and
cavalry. Commoner Tanner com
menced a speech ia a field near town,
when a body of police appeared and
dispersed the meeting with biyoneta.
There was no liof. The moeiiog at
Tally, County Mayo, approved a plan
for the coming campaign. Mr. John
Deacey, member of Parliament for
Weal Mayo, aJdrrssed the meeting.
He said that if D.llon and O'Brien
were imprisoned the Irish people
would not be wilhout friends. 'J he
landlords were entitled to four or five
Mr.Tnomaa Maynew, member for
Tlppeary, defended boycotting.
A government reporter, guarded by
constables, was present auT noted the
proceedings of the meeting. Com
moners Maurice, Healey, Hooper,
Lane, Fox and OIlea spoke at a
meeting at Kllleagi. They all de
clared the government could not ter
ateaallaaitera rrcated, Baeelee mm
OvaMaa Along Home.
Dublin, November 29. Fifty pris
oners charged wi'h being implicated
in "moonlifftiUna" in Kerry and Clare
arrived at Cork, escorted by a large
force of police. 1 hey will be tried at
the Muneter Ass ies, Upon their ar
rival at the railway station in Cork the
alleged moonlighters rece ved an ova
tion from the great crowd that had as
sembled there. Commoner O'Connor
called lor cheors for the orlroneis, and
they were given with a will. 0m
tnoner Bedmond, speaking in Dublin
tonight, said that it one h.ir of Dillon
or O'Brien's bead was injured the
Irish people would know how to
avenge themselves for the outrage,
Tate "Slaadard" aippoaea WaeSe ef
iajmoom, November 9.' The Stand
ardorpo;ei the esrly suramooiog of
Farliauietit for the purpose of dis
cussing changes in the rule of pro
cedure. It nays the dincusilon wou'd
occupy almost the whole of the season,
and dec are that tiiere are many meas
ures awaiting action which deserve
precedence aud aitaiiibt which no ob
struction is likely to be practiced.
"Under the c'rouinstanci s," the Stand
ard says, ' to call Parliament any
earlier tt an usual and appropriate
the prlv.ue numbers' days at the be
ginning of the session would be an act
of unprecedented rigor and (if more
than doubtful generalchlp."
A fJaluolle University.
Boms, November 29 The Pope has
divided the diocese of Alton, lathe
State of Illinois, forming the southern
part into a new dioodae, with the Bee
The Bishop of R'chmond and St,
Faul have submitted to the Pops a
scheme to found a Catholic university
in America. It ia prepoaed that thia
university shall have at first only a
theological faculty, and that other
families sr.al be ad led later on.
Father Dowling has been appointed
Bishop of P.t'Mm't, Ont.
Italy's My aaMikiy far Alezaaader.
Rem, November 29. In the Cham
ber of Bvput ee yesterdav Count di
Kobolante, Minister of Foreign Af
faire, referring t the election of a
Prince of Bulgaria, said that Italy
would adheie to the Berlin treaty.
His relations with Oermany and Aus
tria were moet Intimate. The govern
ment's desire was to maintain and de
veloptfrauk friendship. Italy wit hed
to follow the peace policy of theee
rowere. ipplaute Con louing.the
Aliniater aaid that tue whole civilised
world a Jmired the gallantry of Prince
AlexeuuVr, who dtserved a better fate.
Italy's atti'ude toward present events
was one of vigilance.
Tka Tenqalaa aradla.
Paris, November 29. I a the debate
in the Chamber of Deputies today on
the Tonquin credit Prime M imt r de
Freyolntl appealed to the petriotlm of
the nr mbere, eating them to give
unanim.-"' ante, in order to show for
Tfipcm that the French aeitlemeot in
Tonqoin had a solid foundation. The
total credit wa vo ed 278 against 04.
The Tunis ortdit was also passed.
Am EitlKai' riant K.iwran Wa
aa eaaeet a Livaa.
BfioastcLe. November 28. A excMng
scene iccuricd today in a mmagt-rie
at Veivitrs. Mme. rkiulor, a loo
tamer, enured the cage ol the lion
Brutus in the abBsnce of the keeper,
accompanied by a man named Qren
nier. N eoooer bad tbsy entered
thantha lion fcprang lavage y upou j
Grer itr. Mme. B.mlet ran to bis as
s stance, when the brute turned upon
her, and in the etrnegle that followed
her free was toiribly lacerated. An
at'endant courageously se'eed the lion,
hfl rdlng the woman's husband an op
poitunity save her. Alif-iand tenth
struggle ensued between the li m and
the attendant nntil ano her man at
ta ktd the brute with a pitchfork aud
drove tlnoS. The tbre persons at
tacked were all bad y icjared.
Alexander's wor Weqalreatbe
Vienna, November 29 In the Aus
trian delegatic n todxy, Count Z chy
asked what post 'ion Anttria occupied
with regft'd to Ruaia's prop-is 1 that
Prince Nicholas, ol Mingrelia, be
elected to the Bulgarian thnne as the
succestorol l'rince Alexander.
Herr Bzagenyryr, Stcra'.ary (o the
Imperial Foreiaa Dapa-tment, replied
that Count Kalnoky, Foreign Minis
ter, had acknowledged tbat euch a
proposal had bean made by Roasia,
and added that ii it should be made
it would require the sanction of the
other powers before it could be carried
into eflect. .
laaperar William's Wiskea.
Bbblik, November 29. Emperor
William, In receiving today the Preel
dent and Vice Presidents of the
Reichstag, referred to the work now
before the members as of the first im-
fiortance to tbe Empire. He hoped
he military bill would bs passed
willingly. Other Parliaments snowed
themselves disposed to meet the de
mands for army expenditures and
Germany had ta consider that ahe is
already outetrippped by neighboring
Btates. He concluded by expressing
his belief that peace would be main
tained. THROUGH THE RAPIDS.
Isa ladle A I lea Aeeompaalaa Baa
lelt la Faol'a Trip.
Nuoara Fall, N. Y November
29. George II. s ett and Miss Badie
Allen, of Buffalo, went through the
rapids and the whirlpool this after
noon in the torpedo shaped barrel
used by Healt tl and Potla laet sum
mer. They were in the rapids and
whirlpool five minutes, and were
taken out of the eddy on the Cana
dian aide lust below tbe whirlpool
three quartern of an hour later in goad
condition. Mies Al'ea is a respecta
ble girl 18 vears old, a petite bruuttte.
gad rather pretty. Tbe start was
made from the Maid of the Mint, land
ing on the Canadian side. When the
barrel reached the maelstrom it shot
right into the cent ir of tbe pool, mak
ing two or three turns. Leaving the
pool, the barrel followed the current
out toward tbe Canadian ahore and
down to the outer pool, where it got
into a large eddy and bobbed around
for half an hour. Friends near bv
ihou'ed to tbe occupants of the bar
rel, when Ilaalett opened a small door
on top of the barrel, and
Frank Laws in threw a rope
from the shore, which Uaxlett
secured, and the barrel wai towed
ashore. Alter coming out ol the bar
rel Haslett and Miss Allen had a mile
and a half through brush and over
boulders before reaohing the top of
the precipice. M;ss A len, when she
appeared at the ferry ready to enter
upon the perilous Journey, wore a
neat walking drtss. Taking off her
bat and jacket, and throwing a
shawl over her head, she steppad
lightly iuto the barrel through the
manhole, tucking her garments oloeely
around her, aud laughingly remarking.
"Come. George, jump in. I'm all
fixed." Soon after Hasfett stepped into
to the craft, fastening himself in the
opposite end to that occupied by Mies
Allen. Jast thirty minutes from the
time tbe barrel was towed out into
the river it reached tbe whirlpool.
Mlia Alien and Hitlett returned to
Buffalo this evening.
THE FARBE&'S REYIErT
Chicaoo, III., November 58. The
following cop iummary will appear
In this Wfk' iwue of the Farmer' i
liemnc: The report from the winter
wheat sections were nut ormly favor
able up to tbe clcse of the week as to
the prospects for the fall sown grain,
mure generally favorable than be lore
'or a number of years. In Illinois,
Ohio, Indiana ai d M sjouri the re poiU
are tbat the grain is looking unusually
mod, Ia Michigan, Wittouttin and
KaneM wbe-tt tbe repoits are ni t so
favorable; none (.( the c 'rrepondents
report any of tbe fields as looking
other than promising. The plsnt is
reporled as vLoroua, and with an av
erage enow protection the general
crop promises to go into tbe winter in
uniminlly giod shape. Oat ,cf 149
principal winter wheat c iuaties in the
htatea nauiei 103 repoit an average or
increased acreage as compared with
188(1, and 4(1 report a decreed acre
age. Illinois und Kansai indicia the
laigtst decrea e. In Ohio only 3 coon
conn ties out of 29 ahow a decrease,
and only 4 in Indiana out of 19 coun
ties reporting. In Illinois 11 out of 32
report a decrease, and in Kansas 10
countiee out of 21 report a decrease.
A raoll.h aad tabfeora Boiler
Ia tha afJeacy of eartala ramadlaa of viutaot
eotlon, ! tha baaettlag foible of tha Ignorant
and pralndbtd. Tha IndltortmlnaU aaa of
Baraallvai la a vary common phase of the
fatnltf of look people. Aloaa, podyrhllltn,
dtiiaiiad to aoiar eoatlnr, oaitor oil, Saar-
curr. and oth.r old raahlonad droit, atlll
hold th.lr owe nmont tbia elua. and al
thnoah tha iuooom ol HtUMr'a Stoaaeh
lllit.rl aufflftt.Dilv dllnruT.i ih atMMitv
for irloleno in m.dicaUon, tha adh.ronU of
a eipioiUd imiar itlll ixraint Id (iTlnt
ana taking tnorainaio poriiT. doa.a. Vff
Ppia ouDtiipktios, liver ooaDlalntar aa
c.tt.lnlr and Ibomnahlr ubdaad br tha
II tiara, aa thav are IsvarUbl? aairavatad br
an indiacrlmiaato aaa of madiciao, oSolnaJ
r prnpr.etar, belonglnt to tba o aawbioS
nr. oundamnad. Fever and ago, r
vouanaaa, rhaumailam and InaoUviiy of lha
aianara, neiu to iaa miiara.
The Dalaia rira Ona.ea aa A4
vaaea la Wtiral.
Cuicaoo, III, November 29. The
advance in wheat here th'a morning
Is largely attributed te the big fire at
Du uth Ba'urday, which burned up
two big elevator and 750.0UO bushel,
of whoa'. The fire s'emed to please
everybody this morning.au Indication
that a nujoilty nf the Chicago specu
lators are "long" on wheat and happy
to get aid of any sort to advance the
piice. The burning up of the wheat
apparently afforded more eatit fiction
than I 'a export would, for In the latter
event the wheat would have filled
bole tbat under the present circum
stances mnst eiill exist. The bulls did
not waite any sympathy on the int ur
anoe companion, nor ai.y on tbe ele
vator proprietors, iney were nit'e
ami' U'. however, to know whether
(ho 760 ix 0 boebels of wheat that weut
np in fitna and imoke Saturday
Mght would disappear from the "vial
blu," cr w he' her eume rort of red tape
mild keep 'he etiifl still In tbe 00,
0 ),((1 sapt ly to barrage the believers
in bightr pnets another ceven days.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY,
UEUXIW 10 DIE SO BID
THAT nE LEAPED FR)X
late the River Without Acromj.llBh
ing Ills Seir D structloa The
Way Anarrhlsta Sill.
Nxw York, November 29. A bew
cry wrgon s arted from the New Yi.rk
en i ranee ut 1:40 o'clock p.m. to go.
over the Lr dge to Brooklyn. After
the wagon rafl-d iLe New York iit-r
a bridge policeman noticed simcthina
nam bllng a bundle nf coats in the
end of the wagon. This bundle as
sumed an upright position and turned
out to be a man. The man jumped
lightly from the vehicle to the road
way, mounted tbe Iron girder that en
closts it, and, without hesitating a
moment, leaped off. He ehot sira ght
down into tue river. Officer Ashore
was the onlv one who bad seen the
man leap. lie rushed Into tbe road
way and ordered tbe driver to step
The driver was surprised at the order,
and demanded an explana'lon. Oa
being informed, it was evident from
bis astonishment that he was ignorant
of tbe matter. He was allowed to
proceed. Tbe name of the man who
made the leap is William Kutx. An
eye witness, who was on the Dover
street pier, said to a reporter : "I was
looking up at the bridge and saw a
man get over the railing next to a
lamp post, outside tue new xork
tower. He clung to tbe rail a moment
and then let go. He turned two aim
ersauha in the air and fell on his
back in the water. He disappeared
at once. Tbe water aeemed to suck
him in and the rprey splashed up
several feet in the air."
Policeman James O'Neill, of the
Bridge t quad, arrived a few minutes
later. He tock the tug Columbia out
to p'ck up Knrs. Tue Captain nf a
ligbier steamer went out and picked
up Kan before the tug arrived. Tbe
jumper was under the water about
five minutes. When plck d up he
was f'Othing at tbe mouth and was
too exhausted to speak. His face bad
a yellow look and his ejes were
glassy and vacant in expression. At'
the station he was able to talk. He told
theclllccr in charge that he wanted
to commit suiolde. lie complained of
a pain in his head aad tide, and be
gan to rave. He was taken from the
sia'ion to the Chambers 8tre;t His-
lital, where he wai (ound to be suffer
ng from tbe shock of the e oocs?ion.
I', is tnonght that be will recover.
When aeked his reason for the iumu
he replied: "I wish I was dead."
Aa Aaarcklet's Dread fal Deed.
Reading, Pa., November 29. An
Investigation today of the bouBe of
Frank Kerner, who choked his wife to
death and then set the building on
fire to destroy the evldtnce of
his crime, shows that he had also
mide preparations to blow it up by
running a fuse from the upper fl or
Into a keg of powder below. His in
tention was evidently to blow himself
up and the entire family beranse, as
he says, Grid had commanded him to
do it. Kerner's confession detals
how be strangled bis wife, then
dragged ber upstairs to the bed,
poured coal oil over it and set It on
fire. He is sn anarchist in his Ideas.
yaterleas y Baraed,
Loorsviixs, Ky., November 28. A
special ssys: Granville Brown, aged
14, living near Mt Vernon, Ky.. was
sent on an errand by bis aunt. A few
minutes after he had left the house
she heard him renaming from tbe
barn. 8ba lushed out and saw tbe
barn In flames, but found tjie barn
door fastened. It was impossible to
rtscuehim from the flames. After
the bam had f Allen on his body it was
recovered, burned horribly, and pa t
of his arms and legs were burned off.
It is not known bow the boy came in
to tbe barn, and the community is
troubled over the mystery.
Tka Conplleailoaa mt Seed's Im.
Boston, Mass., November 29
Among fie coo plications which are
constantly brought to light by the ex
pens in tbe accounts of the South
Boat n Uoise Riilioad Company it
ha been diacovered tbat sums of the
ceit flcates tf sUck have been reissued
under the fame numbers to second
parlies. When, on a transfer of
dock, certificate was delivered to
the company f ir cincellation they
would paate it on the stub from which
it bad been original y cut and would
subsequently r, isoe it, the holder
having no reason to suppnte that a
duplioate of that number wai air aiy
cut. A block of 100 shane ttins ti e
igHued bai been found. Tue expeit
will have to trace every certificate is
sued since the b (Inning of Reed's
ariminirtia'ion. Tola will be a work
of week, and until it is Airshed tbe
s'orkholders cannot aeceitda the
actual condition of the company,
Tka Pae Family Harder.
Lotjisvilli, Kv , November 29 A
special says: Five arrea s have been
made for complicity in the murder of
of tbe Poe family in Korx county.
There is no long-r any doubt tbat the
eight persona a ere murdered. Mr. B.
M. Mitchell, brother of Mrs. Poe, ad
mits such to have been tbe esse, and
says that the perpetrators will soon
be arrested. The hu-band is insane,
and not capable of attending to tbe
matter bimalf, but the people of
Kdox county have taken the affair in
band and are vigorously Investigating
A Teams; Waaaaa mil aa Elder aa.
PrrsueBUaa, Va , November 29. A
trsglo affair occurred lest night In this
city resulting in tbe fatal burning of
Satan gpurlixk, aged tfO years, bhe
and Mary Birigg, aged 20 years, occu
pied tbe same tiouse. Before retiiing
the women quarreled over some tri
fling matter, when the younger woman
threw a lighted kerosene lamp at tbe
elder, itiiki g her ia thef.ee. Tbe
lamp exploded aud Susan was almost
toasted alive. Mary Hprlgg was ar
rested and denits having thrown the
Tarretf aad feaikerod.
Drranir. Mioh., November 28 A
Xrtfoou special fiom Ootunna, Mich.,
say: At iu uuight Saturday ntgbt a
m ib of twelve masked men broke into
tbe house of Charlei Pringle, dragged
out a boarder named Coleman, tarred
andfratbered him and eacoited him
from town with inttructions to leave
immediately, lie haa disappeared. It
is alleged be wai too familiar with
Pringle'a wife, and haa long been an
off .-mire character in tbe neighbor
hood. . The reformers are unknown.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hype
phosphites, Is a most valuable remedy
for consumpt'on, scrofula, wasting die-
.Ma AtiiMrttfl. rsiUlfl anil rhrnfllri
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loas of fieeb, a lack of nerve
newer and general debility .of the
A V TjPg Sugr Coated
XX X HlJDi O Cathartic
II the Li ver be- TTT".T Q
the bowels- are confiti.acc(, or if the
stomach fail to-periorbita f mo
tions properly, use1 1 Ayer'a. . Pills.
tt'ur, aeyid yeMV h a .victim to
Ivcr. Cofnplaiht, ih'coQsrviue'ioe of
rbich I eultVr'ed itdm Vroeofal De-
biliiy and Indigcstiotl., At
of AvcrVPilll re4trea i
the to roer-
feot health. V. T. ilrithtue'y, Hen
derson, wy.-,' ;;;
Vur yeeni J ' haTe" Telli-d 'Jrpdjre. upon
Ayer'a riiltijhun anything eJie, to.., .
rny bowela.i Tbnw litis jlrailllH in action,
and do their work tlioniuL'Utr. 1 ftavo unea
Ucrn with ewt rgt)4t, foxing of Jilieuv
mriiiMii, K Uinnji TrwiUle, and I'yipcpsU.
O. F. Miller, Attluborougli, Jlaas.
AVcrVlTlfil cored hm of Stomach anil
Liver trophh'Ji&iQ littliMi auifftircd
I was attacked with Dlllous Fever,
Which was followed by Jaundice, and was
so dangerously 1 UiaU ny fii'pds de-
apaireu an recover ; t OtftUmenced
Lant aprlng I vsuqered craatry from
troublesome humor on my aide. In aplte
of every effort, torture Uikqi-MBtion, It In
created until the flesh Waine jcntlrely
raw. I was troubled,' lit tlle'sam time,
with Indication, and dUtrenning pains fa
i The Bowel 3
By the advice of a friend I bejran taking
Ayer'a Fills. Iu a abort time I waa free
from pain, my foil digested properly, the
sores on my body coinini'accd healing,
and, In less ihnn one month, 1 was cured.
8amuel.t White, Atiaol C, ..": "
I have long used Ayer'a rilla, In my
family, and- believe them to be he beat
pilli ruodf-j S. C. DanlenDwtfou, Mine.
My wlfo ana little girl wen? taken with
Dyaentery a fdVy'diiys ago, and.,1 at once
began giving, thcra email dosea jo Ayer's
diaeaae txTnino anv worwv ' f h' a- abort
time tbe bloody dfacbiirci'S StoVped, all
pain went away, and lienlth wan reatored.
i Theodore Klliig,HicluuondVa. .
Vapared by Dr. J. C. Ayar Coj-eWB, Uui
. Bold by all Uealera la Medicine,.
aaaa-rTEeaaiiruaea' ' are)waawaaaw
Cream lklirj KfLY!S.
OWe. MM at I , CAtTreCOW
ones aad Curea
COLD Id HE A I
CAT ABB D,
or Powder. Fred
from I a I a r I o a
Drags and Oflen
A partlol ia appllod ln(oaah noXrlt and
la atraeabla. Prioa V) oeoti at I(rnjta
By mall, reaiaterad, 60eenU. Cirenlara frea.
10 LY BROS.. Prnmrian. Owero. N. Y.
Not only ah or Una tha lima of labor
and laaaana the pain, bat It graatly
dimlniahea tha dunf.r to Ills of both
mother and ehild, and leave tha
moib.r in a oondltion mora favorable
to apaedy raoovarr, and leaa liable to
Flondins, Convolaiona, and o ber
alarming avmptoma. Its efflcaoy la
this reapeot eatltles it to he ea'led
Taa Mothbb's FaiasD, aad to rank
aa one ol tha lifo aaving ramadiaaof
the nineteenth centnry.
Weo.nnot pabllah errtillektea eoa
earnlng thia remedy without wound- , ,
Ins tha deli 'aiy of the writers. let'
wa have bandradt oa file.
Bead for oar book, "To Motheri," mailed
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eMlhlfir IM KK IIUtK VauiU rtil.iia.-rirof ohll.ii0
prtillar-tM ftMl fur i fMpllo. Iotts.umi
tlvr, i unvrtlt-AC'ittm Xs Pt t ti r miirlvnt In nil
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II llmati. rhiUI wprw-ttx'r. Our book "Tbn
Vwrttwii.t K.lhitr of InUoU. HAH KO KI.".
VLUlIKla, UtHMvALK ab 1U.
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Mala and Front.) M EMPBIH.
A.' tlea Intoreated aa by tar the moat sue
oeaeful phraioian in the trentmentof privati
or eeorel diaeuea. Quiok, permaBent eurei
guaranteed In every oaae, male or female.
Reoent eaee of Uoaorrhe& and 6yphllli
oared in a fow daya without the ue ef iner
eury, ohange of diet or hladrenoe fron
bualneaa. heoondary Byrhllii, thalaatva.
i iire eradicated witbootthe uee ofmareury.
nvolanaary loaa ol.em.o itopped In abort a
time. Suflerere irooa imiotenoy et loaa e
eexual pnwera reatore to free rigor in a few
weeka. Vlotltna of aell-abaae aad eaoenivt
venery, auflering from ItnuiUirrbea ad
loaiof phyaioal and mental nnwer; apeedilT
and permanently cored, rartloular atten
tion paid to the Diaeams nf Women, and
ooree snarantaed. PUee and old aorea aared
without the nee of oeuatlo or the knife. Al
ennaaltationa atrlotly oonldential. Medi
einea aent by express to all partMt tha
en enrad at half the aa
ura from I o clock a.m. to
D. B. JOHNSON. M.r.
ratea. Offloe boui
0 olock p.m.
I BEFORE AND AFTER
Dactrlc Appliance are lent oa 30 Dayf Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
Lxrr VlTALiTT. L' 0 Nv-
Viaantl W a'V1 WalaatalHMICt. Knit Aft tiuiS dl
of I'iwohaL Hatubi ivDulUaii fnm A BUtM anal
Ontii t'At'ntkV dtiMMly rvlll nl omploi reu-
ffmUtm Of H aAUT1l, VI1H fUld MANHWDWOAftAirnui).
Th irritadMi iiloowry of the) Mnln'h Ovtury.
atemtl at oqo ftr liluatraKHi PvmibleirrB), AdUrtkf
fOlTate IUTCO.,MMHAH, MICH. ;
DCACMCCC lu oau'ri, n.l now
at your own borne, by one who waa deal
twent.-eiaht yeara. Treated by nioatoi
the eoleii arecieliau without bnneflt. Dro
iuaai.r in ttiree month, aud aince the
kuBdreiia of ot era. lull particu'.ra aent
oniacpllcetion. I. r). V A i K,
&o. il Waal Slat treet.Ne Jork City.
.aaav BLA mm ST er
NOVEMBER 30, 18S&.
A BOX of KO-KO TULTJ
' ', J -
ai v-r'4 isxjfj : v
For Bwlo Fverywhare In
R. G. CRAIG &
rz m. : . a.... . .. - . ... . w -mu -
r'Sr'"' " ''''''.it' i, ' IT' ili :( -i"-": -TzTfL jx-.:-- : - -- -:. l41.Du-r.l.M .-U"V .u..., w :
'TiV iv nnt. fir. r
Drill in tr or Broad Casting Cotton Seed. The Best
To Dissolve Copartnership.
WW Oar entire itook haa to be aold by Jan
nary 1, 1887, to Diaaolve Copartnerahip
our company retiring,
aw We odor our imuienae itook Begard.
leaa or Cues.
Good Pelt Hati 60
Fine Felt Hats, New Shape , worth 11.25, 7oo
Genuine Beaver Hate 76
Job Lot el Uata, w rth from II to 2 2fi
Beautiful Rote, all Colore..- ...3 for lOo
Oatrioh Pomponi...., 10c
Children'a Trimmed HaU, worth 12, for II 00
Boya'e Cloth, Velvet and Piuih Capa,:
worth II . 50c
Ladies' Trimmed HaU, worth N 12 00
Loo j flnmee from .Oo np
Oatrioh Tipa, 8 in Banoh, from........ 50o np
Birda, Win, Fancy Feathera, Feather
Baa etc, at Bid leaa lowly tew rrlcce
SWDon't toie Toor Chanoe. Remember
from thia day to January 1, 1887.
ay Bridal ataoal Honralna Oaf flta.
aar-Tha finaat auortment of DOLLS In tha
arllata Raahapad, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
aaruolden Ualr Wash by the Small or Larrs
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819 JffrSJ IfllllV
M. Second Sfc W YmiiSSSS
WOOD-WORKINQMVK I .( ft
LOGGERS' & RAFTERl'tPAilLJU
SAW ANO PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
r IVniTlC Pon CATALOGUE.
lt.Al.tH IN WKA1.I H. Oa. K. 0.
Waer', Naavs aid Bbair TaaATuasv.
asaarantoed ;eoifio for liyataria, Diaal
neas. Convalefon, Fits, Nervnni Nearal-
Eia, lleadaohe, Serve-" Prnatration, canted
y the ue of aloohol or tobacco ! Wake
fnlnaai, Mental Pepreaaion, Se'tenlns of the
Brain, reaultins In inaanity and lex Int to
mlaery, decay and death : Premature i.id
Ago, Barrenneaa, Loaa ol Power in either
art; Involuntary Loeaee and Spermator
rhea, eaoai j bs over-eierttoa of toe brain,
aelf-abuae oroverindnlrenoe. Kaoh box oon
taina one month a treatment. 1 a boa, e
aix boiea for 15, aent bv mail prepaid, os
reoeipt of erlce. We caaractoe Six Boxet
to oars any oaae. With eaoh order received
by aa for aix boxea, aeoompaaied wtt.li II,
we will aend tha parohaaer oar written
taarantee to refund the money If thet reet
ment doe ot effect a core. Oaaranteei
laaned only bv A. RKNKSET AOO..,Uru
arlate. Mempbt.. Tenw.
The Chrlitlan Brothers have, tha pleaaare
of announolnt tha eompletioa of KXTKN
BIVE ADDITIONS to their College, which
they have provided with all aeleot saodera
improvement and eoovenlenoea, and they
are now enabled to aooommodate an In
ereaaed number of Boarders, Half Boarders
and Day Students.
For Information concerning Trrma, Board.
Tuition, etc, tea Catalogue, or apply by mail
or in paraoa to
. BROTHER MAURKLIAN.
lk TrTf n a t,n For a check for 120
JlEWSPAPER ' Pf'"
iSTX'0 "aXii,,, edverti.ement
AntrPnnoittn'a One Million la-
aflUYERnSlNQe f ieadln. A
r i-" merioen Newapa
pera andeomp'etethe work within ten daya.
Ibla ia at to rateot only one filth of eeent
a line, for 1000 Cirealation I The edrertlee
B.ent will apiar in but a aingte laaoe oi any
paper, anil cnnequntly will be plaed be
lure line Million different newap.per pur
ehaaerat or live Millms Rua. if it la
true, aa iaanoietimeaeteted tbat every Dewa
paper ia looked at by Ave lereona on an av
enue Tea linea wil' accommodate about
aev.nt-fi.e words. ArtJreaa. wi'h eopy ol
advertiaement aBd oherb, or aend 3il oenta
lor book ol 16iaaea. tiBO, P. KvV.ELL k
CO .lOtpru-e nr-et. Ne York.
SKTIS'S IWatlhKtltl. IOI.
I.KWK. SIS Sixth Mt.. W.ahlnarton. V.
C. Provid-a rraet oat I y ueeful buatn.aa edu
cation. Noieruianor vacationa. MudenU
enter at any time. Terma i Lite acholarahip,
140. Twelve weeki' Comae, Board, eto.,7o.
bend lor oinmlar..
CHEWING GUM is an
he Frifiod Sian He Snrw and liny the Oennfne Article.
CO., MEMPHIS, TBHff., AGENTS
One load pat
MECHANICS SAVINGS BAI.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, t : : t : t i $100,000
ZntesaresaBt Pea.l5l on Xepoaaltas.
OPES ATCBDATS XKIIL 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. H. KATZOBEE6EB, President." T. EATZENBEE9EE, Cashier.
BOABD OF DIRECTORS.
W. H. CARROt-L.
JOHN A. DENIE,
J. W. HflHOHR,
C 0TT0N FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Wo. 113-1 Front Ntrftef, Clor. Fnlon. lvtiriihli. Tenn.
OF MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TEUST CO. AND
Mo.43MAmSQ5 STKEET, MEMP1I1W, TEMJf.
B. BTJDLET rBTHFR,Preldemt. W. SJ. WII.KFRHOH, Tlee-Frealdeas.
It. J. 11 LACK, Caattler. . B tlRlFriAttt, Teller.
BOABD OF DIRECTORS.
W. D. BETHKL. J.R.GODWIN. 8.P.EKAD. W. N. WILKERSOBI,
THOS. H ALLEN, JN0 OVERTON. Ja., W. F. TAYLOR. , R. B. BNOWDES,
8. t MoDOWKiL. R. DUDLEY JRAYSER, Wm. A. WILLIAMSON. K.J. BLACK.
BATIHGS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED. ISTEBESC PAID OS DEPOSITS
THIB INSTITUTION IS AUTH0RIZBDUNDKb7tHB LAWS OF TENNBSSEK i
To do a General Banking Builneai.Dtsooant Parer, etc. To Bay and Sell Stocks, Bonds aad
tooal 6ecuritiea. lo Reeeive Depoaita and pay INTEREST thereon. To Inveat in Seoaritiaa
forEatatea, Minora, Traateea. and othera. To aot aa Traatee. Adminiatrator, Ezeoator of
Oaerdiaa, fame aa an Individual. To aot aa tleeeiver for Corporationa, Lit sants, and ia
aH oaaeaof Truat. To Bay and Sell Exchange. Alao, have a S(e Deposit Vault, wherala
Valuables of all kinds san be safely kept. A Depository ol the State of Tenneaeee.
ar.t fecial Attention Paid to Collentlons. Patronage Reapeotluily Bolicited.-iai
H. J. LT5N
. BOB A SX5KRAL FIBB ABB JLaVBIXB BIJUXBUL J
AQUARTEROFAKILUON'DOLLARS FULL PALD WlTAl
H.FPP.Ta.Hrnf, Wat. L C0U. JAMXfl &XXLLTV iWWABjO
6. MAMsniLD. in. . attx&a. BMiaiui yi
On?e--ll Haillann Street. Idea phis, TcttU
AMES B. HOBINSON.
J110MA8 BOY LB
0HN W. COCHRAN,
AMES B. K0BINS0N.
srDeposiU raoalred la asms of II aad apward, aad latereat auowea oa same paan
sasrwS'bi1 aad sell local Investment Bonds and Seoarltles waerajly. w taaMas
trasteaa, and, in reneral, execute any tnanolal btuineaa requirins a sale and reepnels
aarVissae drafts, In sums to suit purchasers, on all parts et loropa. ,a
aarWehaveaoommodious Vault for tha depoait of Taluables, whloh is at the semes ei
oar ouatomera, Free af Ctoavrge. .. .
D. P. HAJjDEN, President. EWDe GOLOSMITHe TIce-PresHeBte
JkMKH 11 k THAU. Taahler. '
B. H. BROOKS,
BROOKS, HEELY & GO.
GROCERS, COTTON FAGTORS,
And Commission Merchants1
So. 07 FronllSlreet, i Wemphla. Tenn.
To Planters, Merchants & Ginners
The saaaoa to approaching when Cotton beoomaa Dasty, Damp and Heavy. By the nae of
The COMPLETE COTTON CLEAMEB
YouTaample Is improved and Value of Cotton Inoraaaad. Maohlnea t'J
THE LIVJiRMORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
IftO lo 171 Adwmai SlreM. Ittemnhlai. Tstiw.l
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
ho. Sli Frcnt Stieet, Corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Elegant HOLIDAY GIFT
fc Cart Com blnad.' -
eat by the PorraJrr win
Fertilizer on the Farm
A. COHEN. .
T. F. TOBIN.
J. H. BI6COB.
A. B. MEYKR8.
, .CasklaVa ?
r r an
J. e. HABfTiWERKlB
pAVID P. HADDKN.
JAMES A. OMBEria.
XWD. GOLDSMITH J
H. M. NEELT ,