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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 188B.
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HAYING 8i J?EBFECTLY
PAIXTED
A Bepregeutalloo tr a Fire Dollar
Bill-Vkti h I Coiifl fated b
I'nc'e m.
Washington, November 30. The
Preside! t's iri eige again formed the
only snivel of I'itcnsaion at the meet
ing of the Cabluet today. All the
members were present It in tinder
stood tbat the mi aura is complete
wiih the oiDgie eictption of that por
tion relating to the naval ealabiiah
meal
KOTemkrr rablle lrb.
Washisgton, November 30. -It ii
miimsttd at the Treasury Department
tbat the publlo debt statement, to be
issued tomorrow, will show a d -crease
In the debt for the month of NoTsm
ber of a little overfl.000.C00. The
mall amount of the redaction ia prin
cipally line to the fact tbat nearly f 14,
000,000 were paid out during the
month lor pensions alone.; The re
ceipt daring the month were about
$27,000,003, and the disbursements
about $24,000 OlO. 1 la November of
last year the receipts were about $25,
000,000, and the czpenditarea . about
23,000,000. Thera waa an increase of
about f 4 000,000 in the debt in No-
Yember, 1886;
IkiWtMAMnaCaklt.
Wasbimoton, November 30. In a
diapa'chto the'.Department of State,
the United States Consul at 8t Taal
de Loanda.Afrlca, rays tbat the Inaug
uration of the Weat African telegraph
cable, connecting 8t. Paul de Loanda
with F.jroDt). took place on the anni
versary of the birthday of the King of
rortogal, n ntemDsr zsin, in ids pres
ence of the Governor and many other
notables. It waa also intended in
about sixteen days, to inaugarate the
royal Trannafrican railway, running
from St. Paul to Arnbuca.
Freaeh Niiollatloa Claluaa.
WiSHJNQToM, November 30 The
arguments of counsel in the French
ep'iliation c'aims cas'S wereconcludad
before the Court of Claims this after
noon and the first fourteen cises on
the calendar submitted lot decision
Tbete are test casoa, and involve the
general question of the government'a
liability future damages olalmed.
A nigh CmllmrBl lo aa Arllit
W!iKaT0i, November 30. Offi
cers of the secret service recently
eefid a ia simile panting of a Sj
United Ktates note as being a violation
of the laws sjMinst counteileitirsr
The painting wai on a wooden block,
and was so well done tbat it looked aa
though the note waa lying on the
wood and could easily he removed,
The chid of the Pecret S.uvlce Divis
ion thought that the painting should
be destroyed. Trie arlitt, however,
protested asrainivt this aa unjust, lie
represoiited that the palming waa
work of art. and waa worth about $500.
Some of the Treasury official: are of
opinion that tie artist ia right. The
question has been referred to the So
licitor of the Treasury. It is under
stood that a cumber of these paintings
are in exig.ence. .-.
T'aterdajr'a Aapolatinoats.
Wasuinotoi. November 30, The
President made the following appoint
ments today i ' E lward Oushlnv. to be
Collector of Oustoms f.ir the District
01 Hellas'. Me. t Joseph IS. Moore, to
be Collector of Oustoms for the Dis
trict of Waldorongh, Me.: Philip W
Downee, to be General Appraiser of
Merchandise for the D strict of Biltl
more, Md.; Wm. M. Neal, of Frank
lin. I or!., to be Agent of the Indians
of the Lemhi Agoncy in Idaho.
The Ialeraalloaal Kail road Bxblbt
liaa. Washington, November 30. A dis
patch from the United States Minister
at Paria, on the proooned Interna
tional Eihiblton of Railways and
Connected Industries to be held ill
tbat city from May lo November next,
informs the Depr:meut of State thtt
F. W. Weston, tditor of the American
Enquirer, No. 230 La8alle (tract.
Chicago, has been sppointed Oommis-
ainner uenerai oi tue exUibltion for
this country.
Iotrratale iiiinrce.
WABniNOTO.v, November 30. Toe
conference on the interstate com
merce bills, with the exonption (f
Kppresantnt.ve OriBp, who has not yet
arrived, assembled ti:dy, and spent
sometime in rtallnir over thetusil-
mony taken upon thasibj del inter
state coiumi on, preparatory to enter
ing upon a d ecusHl n of the meiila of
me uousu and (Senate bills.
Will Be Hearty, to Report.
Washington, Novsmber 8i). The
IIone Subcommittee cn Appropria
tion i hta maila (uuh progress on the
sundry uivit hill that no doubt ia en-
teriainsa that the miastire will be
ready for the fall committee next
Monday mernlna.
Trie Subcommittee on the District of
uoiumDia is expected to have iia bill
reauy lor Bubmissian a soon as the
snnury civil bill is reported to the
nooee.
the matter to Oontrresi with a etste
mentof the facta, and recommend
that the appropria'ion for the con
struction of cruiser of No. 1 be In
creased, or tbnt the government be
authorised ta bnild the veeael at one
of the navy yards.
UKLEF TELEGRAMS.
Montbal, November 30. The 8a-
p rlor ol the Oidete Fathers ha an
nounced tbat no Ki.lght of Lab jr will
be allowed to lattaka of thetacra-
ment.
Bb o:tr, N. Y., November 30.
There were S!00 men discharged from
he Department of Contt'Uction and
Kepair in tue uroosiyu navy xeru
day.
B H8 Crrr, Idaho, NovemborSO.
The wife pf Litut Frank Andrews
and daughter of M j. Wi liam II.
Powell, U. S. A., ditd at Bjlae Bir
racks last night.
Chicago. Iu.. November 30 The
Signal Servlcs otli e here raporti that
cold wave Is coming, ado leaner-
ture will fill 15" in the next twenty
four hoars, . . .
Charleston. 8. C . November 30.
There waa a serious fire at Aiken this
morning. Eight buildings - were de
stroyed. The total lofsoe are estimated
at $24,000, and the insurance at $22,
000. . -
rt... . T., Wnvaaihai. Rfl Til a
Ooroner'e jury today found that E. H.
F. McDonald, oi lorouio, wno uiea on
a passenger train shorty after leaving
Detroit lor Chtcagi, two weeaa ago,
came to nis aeatn irom unanown
causes.
Naw Yob, November 3a Dr. Carl
T. Lleboldr, one of the beet known
homeopathic speciilista in this city,
was found dead this morning in his
bachelor epirtmen's ia the Dime
Savings Bank Building. His death
was cauced by apoplexy.
AlLlSTIC-GBLf CAWL
TO BE BUILT THROUGH N0BI1I
ERN FLORIDA
a Sjsdlcate of Capl'alitg Its
Great Adrantiges tlearly
Shown.
ATER'S
9 S3 toar Ceatetf
Cathartic
'11
If tbe EiVeYbe-
. i m
the bowels ar oorj8tipatel,: fj)"H;tb.o
stomach iaiU to perlortu. Us'.'tune
tion
Th
s . propoily.1 -Ufle-. 'Ajr . ifLj.
ay are iny,ala!fl.leV . V . '-'H Vrv -
For on ' jtaari l Waa, .ridurn to
ivcr CorriMaltit.'m copsc'iueocB of
APPALLING BEsULTS
Of alia Beeeat Dlnaalroat dales,
Looisyimjl Kt., November 80.
The number of dieas'ers to document
ed 'veuels within the field of station
operations during the year was 322.
There were on Doara mean ves eis
2720 personn, of whom 2099 were
raved and 271 lost. The number of
shipwrecked persons who received
BULor at Die stations wa 807, to
whom $'3 0 relief in the aggregate
was afforded. The estimated value of
tba vee la involv.d in the disieters
wsi f 4,428,83i, and that of thoir a
goes $2,073,805, making the total value
ot property imoeri ed $0,402,135. Of
this amount $3,073,078 was saved and
$1,429,067 lo tt. The number of ves
sels totally lost was B8. The report
says tho number, violence and de
structiveness cf the storms which oc
curred during the year exceeded the
record of any nrevims yearslnre the
general extension of the service to the
sea and lake coaets. In one storm
there were no lees than thirty ship
wrecks within the scope of the opera
tions of the eervice, and in a
single Jay (tba 9,h day of Janu
ary) there were twenty-three. The
service, however, did a t Ii! to match
the service's record cf effectiveness in
saving life and property. The num
ber of casualties was grea'er by
twenty eight than that of any former
year, yet the loss of life Is fifteen has
than the average, and, although the
veesels and cargoes totally lost were
twenty more than In any former year,
the amount of property lost was only
about $01,000 greater than the aver
age of the preceding years, while the
amount Sived is increased by nearly
$200,000.
TUE BELGIAN MAIL B0BBECT.
A Jaekaoa. (Teaa.) Paeaaca Among
the viol Properly.
alleloaa aad Vafoaadetl.
WAsniNaTON.November 30. United
iuunui uenerai waller nas re
ported ti th9 Department of State the
reeults of hn tour of inspection of the
American Consulates in Grat Britain
The (JonBUl Oineral ralarm n I),. nnk
lication in a New York paper of recent
u. aa sruuie in which it Is al
legea mat an A morion rinn.nl In
P"?' B!i,,ain U ,n Pwsession of trust
Innds which he ia unable or unwilling
te account for; that he is in tocUl dis
repute, and that if i. ...i
bring his cae to the attention ol her
Majesty's Minister of Foreign Adairi.
Consul Uenerai Vll,r o.... .. ,
has made the mist tigid and searching
Inquiries into the alleira'ion, and as a
reeolt announces that the story is ma
licions and nn'ou tided: that t hAf I si
no Oonsnl in the district who does not
ojoy the es eem and confidence of
the cornmanity In his sooial and baai
ness rela'ione,nd sustains the dignity
4 " l lMS
Blala Aeerptrd r,,r tba Kow Cralaera
aa tJaaaoat.
Washinoton, November 30. The
Secretary of ths Nvy tjday accepted
the following bids for the construction
of new cru'eers and eunhotts: Crolier
rio. x (Uharleeton) Uoionlron Works,
Miruicijco, i,iio,oiiu: cruuer
S0;,8"'" more), Cramp A Sma, of
Phlladelpl.U, $t,32.i,00O; gnubaat No.
r, tlie Columbia Iran Wors and Dry
jLm. j"'paiy, oi uaiumore, a' $'i47,
000. Iu.thacase of gunbiat No 1 no
aecision tiaa y. t been reachsd, as be
" ' oi iteeder Hons anil t'i
bid of Cramp 4 H ms. Aithoiwh th
Union Worta. cf 8aa Francis, put
ui mo iu..i oiu on cruiser no. l,
yet the figure excterltd the maximum
meant fix-d ia the en
bill, and th Secretary waa unab e teac
pt their bid, lie will probably refer
Wasuinqton. November 80. Nich
olas M. Bell, Superintsndent of For
eign Mails, has received a numerical
lint of the American registered pack
sues lost in the recent Belgian mail
robbery. Ihe following are me orig
inating oflicss and the number of the
pBckeii.es lct which were mailed in
thaVet: P.ttabnr, Pa. Nos. 28S8,
3045, 3018; Waco, Tex.-Nos. 23
Z3, JW, Cincir.nnu, u m cs. itrnj,
M75; Jackson, Tenn.-Nj. 70 871;
DosMoinea, ta. JMo. am; Ht. rani,
Minn -No. 2041: liiirley, wis. no.
3:i0; Plymnu'h, Pa.-Nos 14S, 168;
SLcnandoah, Ta. Sos 2S0, 28J; Bis
marck, Dak Nn. 199; Stillwster,
Minn no. i7o; new u leans, 1..
No. 6940; What Oixor, la No. 98;
Sacramento, Cal.i. 471; Mil-
Wnkee, Wis. No 273; Chiogo, III.
N s. 7780, 7997; Knrkfnrd, Ia.-No.
M): Leaveuwoith. Ks No. 619;
l'eona, 111 S lou; uaKlana, Cil
Nrs. 709 710; San Francifco, Cal.
Nos, 6495, ll.ltil.
Ktfriinii ti the elileinent cabled
from Brnselrt, tbat ihe Dultftan Oiv-ernm-nt
under x;oiing treaties Is re-
sporibie to this giVHrnnmnt for the
loss, bupermttruent uai says mat lor
wautof Consreasioaal authority the
postal authorities have not subscribed
to that orovision of the Lishon Postal
Unirn treaty, which provided for the
indviinn Qca'iou of owners for the loss
ot r gUtered matte;, and as the pro
visions ot the trea'y re reciprocal in
their opeiatlon they bind only, those
governments which have become Tar-
ties to tnem. eiuperimenaeni
also stated tbat the statements In ths
diBDKtohes purporting to ulve the ag
gregate value of the lost package!
were the morett guess work, aa no
one could know the valne of the pack
sges but the senders.
Tba Football Bunpa.
Nsw Yoaa, November SO. The
Yale College football tam left New
York on Sa'urdav night without
answering the rhallergx of Cap'. H. S,
Sivatre. of the Piinceton football team
to play at the polo grounds on Satur
day rex', uapc. eavaite. was at me
Uilaev ll'iu e vreterday to receive an
newer, but none wai received. The
Piinceton football team returned ta
Princeton lat even ng. CaDt. Bavaje
said that Princeton would give Yl
till today noon to accep'. or reject the
chullengK. If no answer is received
the challenge will be withdrawn,
Capt. Corwln, ot Yale, was sen at
New Haven last night, llu says (hat
Yale will not anawer Princetons chal
lenge, broaufe Yale won the Thanks
giving Day game any way, and tbat
tlie convention admitted aa much by
its resolutions.
Naw Yoaa, November 30. The Poti
says: A syndicate is in procees of for
mation to carry out the plans tf the
Atlantic and Mexican Qu'f Company,
which received fresh charters this
year from the Legislatures of (ierrg a
and Florida, together with giants of
valnb!e lands and aUr pwer chif
lera ieeued to Gov. Geo. F. Drew, of
Florida, and hia a s c'ate?, among
whom are Gen. Finlcy, of Florida;
Judge H. II. Tompkins, of Georgia,
and Col. Rogers, of the Georgia Cen
tral railway, and Alexander Cartis, nf
Gto gia. The secretary is now in this
city on business connected with the
composition ot the syndicate. Cartis
today gave an account of the com
pany's project to the following effect:
The routs of the proposed canal has
been surveyed by Gen. Quincy A. Gil
more and aiS slant ollicers, of the
United States engineer', under a reso
lution of Congress directing mess-ires
"10 ascertain the best water line
for transportation from the mouth of
St. Marys river, on the At'aotio coast,
through the Okefinokee swamp and
the State of Florida to the Gulf of
Mexico. Tha importance of the pro-
Doted canal as a national work, urged
by President Grant in two messages
Ij Congress, in which be declared
tbat valuable as tha opsning of this
great external water way would be in
time of peace, in time of war it would
be of absolutely Incalculable value to
the nation, and surveys made by Gen.
Gilmore extended over two years, and
their results canted him to report the
canal scheme eminently feasible. As
as evidence of the importance of the
enterprite to the country at large, he
stated that no less than twenty-two
States and Territonoa were vitally in
terested in the opening of water
way the practical results of
which would, in value on
enormous trflio ot the Misaicstppi
valley and all its tributaries. Gen.
Gillmore stated that products along
30,000 miles of rivers and waterways
already teeming with commerce, could
in thia way be borne to safe and com
mndious harbors, and that only by
this route was it pmwible to avoid
heavy and almost prohibitory taxes
on commerce necessitated by the ap
proach to the mouth of the Mioeiesippi
river through the Gulf of Mexico
canal, in the language of the com
pany s charter, "is to be of euch di
mensions as shall be deemed suitable
and capable of being osd by all such
beats and steamboats, tugs, barges
and other craitas navigate the Mie
s'ssipoi river abive New Orleans."
Beginning at the mouth of St. Mary's
river, which forms the dividing line
between the States of Georgia and
Florida, it ia to run through
Oktfiaokea lake (which is to
be used as a eummit level supply),
thence to St. Mark's on tue
Gulf of Mexico. Thence it will follow
already existing line of waterways,
which extends almost unbroken from
that port to New Orleans. The ad
vantages of this route a ill be a saving
to commerce of the heavy rates of in
surance made imperative by daoger
our navigation of the Bahamas and
ihn refa oi J-lonua. ana in me coast-
tins service a saving in distance of
i.
1200 to l&OOmilea. Ulttciai ttaiutics
go to snow me average rax on com'
meice through high insurance, etc.
over present route to be about $5,C00,-
000 yearly. From this it would appear
that deepening the pftfsei at the mouth
of the Misaiesippi by j -tiles, however,
great local success does not detract in
anv wav from the importance of this
canal, as the special dfflcultyto be
ovsreoms lies in me Uinamas ana
Florida reefs.
L
whieh I enflVred : from (Je'ne Hit De
biliry and Indigestion, A if rvjfioJtes
of Ayerrs rillV-restored metaficr
tect health. W. T. Brigo'lney) tyeb
derson, W...Va, A ,f ,.; .-
Tor years : I nav 'Veiled ' Rft
Aycr'a rillb than uuy thing elao; tot ' ?.
my howeN. TlievPJIlH Are nJU.lH-aiJiva,'.
and du tlu-ir wuriMhOToiilil'fMiM-ald
Uiem with-L')(t 'm-tv d siitios tt lUlru
mutism, Ki'lncT Trouble, and Dyapepaia.
G. V. Militt, Attluboitiiit'h.Muaa.
Aver'a TfllaV'tWd iu ef: 6trb uni ki awl !
Liver trdubh, fr'pirl Wiiliih I M pfl'l''d' .1
for yearn. . I ronsjUer tUetn tile WrffitjlM
made, end woitld not bo villhoht tuclfl.ii
MorriJ Oatea, Downsvllle, N. V.
I-.vraT' attacked with lillloua Kever,
which waa followed by Jaumllre; and. waa
so. dangerously-ill that nir frlentTs' da
)alrcd of tnr recovery. I eflrhrlieMoBsI
Uikln Aycr" I'llfai and too" rsyalned: thy
customary afrpitBlw and' vorj. i-tWioh.r4 C
Pattlton, Xoyv-cJJicbryuiKa. . v.j.;,. b.M.-i
' Last spring l aumired greatly from
troublenome liumor an tnv aidaJo Jblaplba
of every effort to cur;e tliln efMiitlan,, l in
creased until the llf-sh became 'entirely
raw, I waa troubled, at the aame time,
with Indication, and ditrotsiH pain,,fjB
)The Boweis.
By the advloe of a, friend I bcfian .taking
Ayer'a J'll Ifc" aahort time I wnkfewl
from pain, my food digeatcd proi)erly. ths
sorea on my boily Coinuicnccd healing,
anil, In le-'t4iMDnenionth;'l ivus 'uupca.1
Samuel D. White, AlluiHa, Oa. . ,
I have long used Ayer's PII1A, In fny
futnllv, and bellMveiHhera. U: Itfi Itae'ttsff
pills nrndpf', C. Dardun, lairdjn,ilj.
My wife and little girl wore taken with
Dvaenterr a tew duva airo. and 1 at onca
began giving Urtm:amar) .dowf"-f:ityet-i;
I'lll.. thinking I would aull a-dtK)tir,tf-tl J
diaeaae bccauin.anv worse, In a abort
time the bloody ''discharge stopped, all
pain went away, nnd henllli waa rctrtured.'
Theodore Ealing, lticbijioiitl, a.
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Prepared by Ir. J. C. A)'t 'o.,Lowoli; Hull,
Sold by all Dealers la Medklue. '
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Booksellers and Stationers,
318 Matin St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW dUISM'LT OP - . vv
SCnOOLBOOKS
Tba Dlopalch All Hoab.
Chicago. III. November 29. A
represeutttive if Armour Co., wlyi
waa seen this morning in regard toa
telegram from Louievilla which an
nounced thnt great ruinbers of live
hogs had boon Bh'pped to that place to
be elanglitered and the dreaeed meat
returned to Chicago, said emphati
rally: "That dl p.Uh is all bom
Auiiourit Co. have euongh packin
housa tf their on to d the work
necB S'y. We have shipped no ca't
a vabere to be alanghiert-d, and
hardly tliink we thtli. That report
mut have bien dreamed of by
Loiraville man. for we know no more
about it than ytUHulI,"
A Cloud MhoWlDS.
Naw Yorx. November 30. The
anhadnle in ihe apsignnwnt of D. Kel
Ickz. Parker A Otiarles A. Ulark, the
wh lesale groce'B, which were tiled
lodav. ehnw liabilities. 1246.862: con
tingent liabi It'ei. $154,340; nominal
m'j, $11X1645; and actual ai.ststa,
Aanerloan Bltotanulenl Eusloeera.
Naw Yohk. Novem'ier 30. The an
na. il meeting oi trie Aiumicm society
of MtchBiiic.u bigineers was cou
tinned toiiay at the Aca leuoy of Medi
ans. 1 nil. Francs Keu'ennx ie.a a
naDer on ' trctioaot Tooinea u-ar
na. it wan uisoubbc a Dy iiiginpers
Lewi Dilgram. U. A.Smi'li and b:t r
ling. "Frin ion of the Non Condens
ing cltoani Kiiiine," w the ti.lo ot
paper read by 1 rot K. tl. iauis:on.
9000 t'iml Hlaera Strike.
Chioaoo. III., November 30. A
Hiteoial from Uolt iu. O . eeya all the
mlnera in ine vanev. zutro in niuuuHr,
etitick this afternoon. The empioyera
refuted to pay an additional 5 cents
per ton for inlolng.
From 115 lbs. to lGllbs
TatnCaieara RumHllM I Owe My
Hrnlia. ny aaappiaeaa aau
fly Ure,
A day never pie that I do not think and
freak kindly of tha CtiTii-oa Haaamaa.
bsvan ytara a(0 all ol aduioa lurnpi tor aad
on my neoa. riiiini in irom a ouorr,
tna to aa orania. lb larte onei war
friihtfal to look at, ana patniui io ogari
H.A.,U tnrnaii uifllk lmn lh fkW DtO. In
diaauit, and I waa aahimad to ba oa tha
treat, or In leoiety. PhHiciana and their
trtattaenl, ana all meaiom-i laiiea tn u i
Ia a mnmint of dnintir I triad tha
CeTicra Haaamaa- CuTicoa, tha great
rk n Cure, and ctJTiooa4 eoar, an aniuialte
bkin lleotlrlr, eiternallr, and Cunoeaa
Kkholtikt, tne new uiooa runner. in.r
nllr. lha anall luupi (at I otll them)
(raduallT dli'ierd, and tba lre anei
roke, in about two weeki,diacharittn lam
auantltiea ot matter, leaving two Itahtteari
In ny ne-k todar to tell theatorv of mraui
(ertna My weight then waa one hundre
and nltaen iioaij nonnoat mi waiant now
rnnA etatv-Ane eolld. neaM
Pound!, and nyhtaht la enlj flva feet flvi
h
H.M.niH. North. Hoa'h. Kt and Weat.
To Cbth0a RaaaDtaa I owl MV BaLTH, U1
n uv i.ivb. A tin,ti)iliant new
.,k druialal aaked uie tha other iT. " lo
you aiill uae tha roTicuaa KKyimasi you
f. "l. . k. in Mffe.-t ht.Uht ' Ml replf
wu. " I do. and ahall alwara- I have never
known what aiekneaa ia ainea I omnmenoe
..:...l..niini'Bk UaMantae 0Diellme
f ., i..,.hrl t h nraiaina them to peopl
not acouttliited with then- meriu, but aooner
or later thev will oome to their aetifet an
k.ll... tt.. .rv, mm Ihnaa that oie them, a
rf.... h.. whom I have told. Mai the time
come when thera ahall ha a laraa CuTiouna
Kuppiv lloa'a in averr olty in tha world, lor
.. i i..,mnltv.wheratheCDTicca
rtaaantaa ah.ll ba arid olt, ao that thera
wl 1 ba rarely a aaad efever nterlna a drug
lore M. HlllsBANU'',
J, 0. Bo 1S7. Naw York, N. T.
J 17 NT lcFrKlTFI.
i - I..V4' I
1 rv
EXTMAOT
ii in hum: mill
A NATURAL TONIC
M ' I ; . '. -A
awAel Irwa Earth. . 4
ItSum ' lUaa. ' ':! '!"
mi A ffflP!
ALCOHOL NS'
I Trade HI rkA ?'
Artificia)
:V''l).'
: ..
I
V 1'.I '
v. t '
PLEASANT TO TKE ufi,; .
THE GSEAT BL003 PBIf l?
Far Dyapala,all deraojreniauta
af thw DlfaetlTa Org-ana aad. h
MTr,Skla Dlaaaaaa, luta, BWraia,
calda aaa Bralaea, ACI1 lHOR
4RTB Is a pacific.
baamatlana "malarial Dl
Slera, Chronlo Dlarrboa Mel ka
tlnata oaaea af Rlood PalaanlBf,
ylald wllaoat fall ta Ita ayakalaaw
tml aaja-aaawa aawav.
Aaak ( Ira aeaaaafala, C a Saaa
assui dtalert r av pa
traaa th A. I. K. Ca., . AJk
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS. .'
FOR SALE BY ALLDRU.eilTf.:;
At Wholegflltv hT TA YIFET& CC.
Sure
you
CONSUMPTIVE
V8
roi-ht
For Hale F.yorywlipro In ilie FnHed Slafa'a Be Sure and Buy ihe Pennine Article.
KGTcRAIG & CflMIEMPflIS, TEKF., AGENTS
" MANURE SPREADER,'
Pulverizer A Cart Combined.' 1
One load ant eat by the flpwadrr wilt
aamuch aood the prre-nc crops as
ordinarily apn-nd br hand.
7irU,.,V tS. m,X: i. tWO
Drilling or Broad Casting Cotton Seed. The Best Tertilizer on the Farm
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,(100.
W do erebv Certify that im tuvervit th
arranaementa for all the Monthly and Quar-
ty israwwtgw oj we xuuiviana otaim irutni
(tomnanv. and in mtim manaat and control
the Drawing tkemtelvtit, and that tM aM art
conducted with honctty, farneit and in goo
fith toieard all partie, and im authorite the
(Jpxnpany to ue this Crtificatt with jaetiniU
oj our fi0nmur atiai-neat n muvvrnn-menu.'
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : : : jiw,warBi
Interest Paid on Dcpoalta.
OFKN ATIIBDATS USUI, 7 OVLOCK P.M.
. w -mm- m tan ra n nr 1 1n atl 1- f
M. H. KATZESBtR3EK, PresldenU I. JkAixiiaiHi.MMt.Ke i.uuiora
Ra Kit OF DIRECTORS.
NAPffl.wnN HILL. JOHN A. DKNIS, .A. ruilt:
W. H. CABKOI.L, J. W. ftflHOKR.
, : y ycr
LER H TUNIU wiiuuiii ui'ii),. it. iMW Kiin.
lUvttoiMor Hi. tlinmtaiid hmrns anil. ilU's "n't"!
rom nnimru hlnml anil M naUM l.m. ) llo f.'i Ijjy nfi
.tin. au. n.r rtlrtMMUtM. Ill'l MHW V aflHinK
yf e,wlll In iniiHti'ftwarii'OTi'riiii'rrni'iuTii n.v wMiyuiw
tow
.J n,.i.i hue Hi'lHf duitir)ri
time. l.'un lujn ell elfP ltiV'HOf"'llloal
miiitm to the en-q mid uuiini. 1 at Brmatiat , , ,
' ' Voinmlaaloueia.
:w.. Am umUrmimud. Banlu and Banker).
will fiay all Print drawn in Tht Louimann
tint LotUri wiieA may b prttenttd at our
totwmlrri.
f, H.OOLESBT.Proa. lLa. Kat'l Bank.
J.W.KII.BRKTHtPree.N.ateSfat'l Bk
'a;. BALDW1B, Pres. B. O. Hal. Bk.
tTSPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
tl Over Half a MilHo Distributed.
'Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Inanrporaud In 1868 for twenty-flva year.
by tha Legislature for Kduoational and
UnariiaDia purpoeee wuq ran i
000,000 to wliioh a reierve fund ol over 1550,
t)00 baa ainoe been added.
' By an overwhalmint popular vote Ita
franohiae waa mada a part of the praaent State
Cooatltution. adopted Daoember H. A.D.
im- -
Java will take plaje monthly. A nyr
tonUt or pel ponea. Look at tha following
AND THB
Extraordinary qnarlcrly Drawing
In tha Academy ol Moaio, New Orleana,
lomMlny, Bewmbir 1, 1HM,
Under tha peraonal auperviaion aad man-
auement of
jn.G.T. BeaorearU,of Lonlatana, and
Uen.Jobal A. Krljr,of Virainia.
, Capital Prize, $150,000.
Tentha. SI.
LIST OF PHIZES.
i 1 Capital l'riia of. 1M),U00..
: 1 Grand Priie of. 5H.WH)..
1 UranJ Prira of 2H,W..
' 2 Lame Priiea of. lO.imo..
,' i-Lartta Priaea of. 6,WK)
' .20 Pritoa of. - l.t-
. fift Prit.ee of. - otK).
1110 Priiea of
2KJ 1'rir.ea of.
Alio Priiea of.
lnml Priiea of.
APPBIIXIMATIUH rniii..
00 Annriiximation Priaea of tM,
00 ApproxiJiation Prueaof
IX) Approximation Priiea ol
I -J all M ill'
LATE RKSIDBSCB PKOPERTt'
a T
M MoLemora avenue, n.iir Btate Kpmale
Collee. ihe properly, wmcn. ia in oreen
wood, the moat attraotive and arowins aub
urn ot menttmta, ouu.ihib oi ova wr.i ui
around unaurpaaaed for hxalthlulneaa and
beauty ol loratlnn. oontaininc a larae varie
ty of foreat and lrult tre-(. ornamenul treej
and ahrubberyi a two atory reaidenoa ooa
priang ten rooma oonvenienuv ar ran aim,
with ample auoply of DloaeUi alao. kitoben.
arvanta room, liable, oarriaae nouaa,.oau
and poultry nouea ana mverai oiaei; ouv
buildinaa; two ood oltterni and a den
brick-walled wall with tirea aa a depeil-
tory lor milk, bulter, irean meau, am. wubj
renient aooeaa to tha oity by atreot eara and
turnpike, with exemption from olty taxea.
Immediate poeeeaiun eiren w purtiaMor.
M.. Hiditt Fr teraja of navment aimly
at my office. Mo. SJladiaon at r tolaphoBS
No. HW. J. W. CLAPP.
82711 Priiea, amonntinR to............... .r22.0
Ammoution lor rHiea vo o'""'" "
maue onty 10 ine ouiuo ui tw -j.f "w
New Or loan..
for lurtner ""'rr''. liaB
giv.nr lull aaureaa. i.K-
fh ord nafy litter. Ourrenoy byK.pr.al (at
our axpanae). addraaaed ..
JH. -' ' -
Maw Orlonna, I.I
Or M. A. DArFHis,
01 at S W oat Conr l sr., MempUla, Tena
MubA p n. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
HEW OBI.KAWM SATHPaan aaua,
CtiTiovaa Kaaaoiaaare a poeitlve eura for
aveiy 101m ol t-kin ard Blood Uiaeaaea, from
Pinulea t borofula. bold vfr,here.
Prices CtTTirtrn,Sie: 8oAr,2ftoi Koi.vmt,
ll.K). Pri-pared by PoTTaa Pauo D CHaa
ical Co., Uoaion, Mmi.
(Send lor"Mow to UareNklai DleMaav.
mPl.Rt, TllncVheada, Fkln Klemlabea
ed Baby H innor..uiie CliTtrtat boar.
11) S BY TAINS
VVt Willi their weary, dull., achint.
i j lita'eea. all-nne a-naanon. ajw
t I1 lirvnl la our mlaaut- by the
1 J l ' ail-Pa ,r;
Wirr.nied. At dru lata. caota- Potter
iJtuiaad I'bamloal Co., Bo. too, Maaa.
TbeCUrlatian Brother, bava the pUau
Of annouaelns tha aompletloa of JaXDBiJ
BIVK ADDITIONS to their College wUroh
thev have provided with all teleot anodern
imnravamaBta and aonvenlenoaa, and the
ai bow enabled to accommodate au In
oreaaad aambar of Boarden, Half Boardera
and DayBtudenU. -
wv..ur..m.tM AnnfernlneT.rma. Board
Tuition, et., aea Catajotue, or apply by mat
or in paraon to ER UKVfLfsUK1ts
: ' ' - Prfcaitlent.
DR. FRANK W.VANCE
PbvHician and rsychologlHU
H. VANCE baa par'acted hlmaeit in pay-
oholoay, and ia .preirea o v
eaaea ol nervoua ortxio o, nnmr n
tt.A.i. ii.. tk...iMiatica la addreaaed pti
.....n.i.'.ti,. hwK.r brain eenlera ot epirlt'
nal activity, whoee Infloenceon lower lune-
tlona, nervoua and bodiir. la paramount, n
Ai iv.. immm snvernine tiavcno.pava
n.l i.henomena. heia eonO.lmt that'reiulia
will meetbia n.oct anuine expeot-vtooa.
Wtlo-2? l-J aia Nlrt
S250
la arnaaaanw
tha ri1 I amanpl I
A MONTH
I .a awn.-l.-a III
fcJAY lMaOS,
3HI
am)
100
60
loo...
75...
...1150,000
... 50,(100
... 80.UH0
... 20,000
20.0HO
... 20,000
. 2S,(KI0
... 30,000
4U.IMI
... 60,000
... 50,000
20,000
10,000
7.W0
T. F. TOHIW.
J. H. BIBCOB.
A . 8. MEYERS.'
ARilfllSTEAD & LUIMDEE,
C OTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCIIAN TS
No. SW i Front. Rtre&U Tor, Futon. TtfomnlHx. Tonn.
SBCORITY 3 Aim
OP MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
MAIIhO STREET, MEMrUlS,TEMN.
K. VDI.BT FKU.FB, Prldc-.l. W.I.WJJ.sajS. .-r.w-
M. P 0iaA&L'Ja SfM amm mm "
BOARD OF mRECrORS.
r, va Timr. w W WTT.WBqnW. .
W. D. BKTHBL. J..B )iiwih. Zir",-nr, u-S-nvenik.
THOB. U. ALLKN,, 0"VttVt in a VrIi Wm A WTLLIAMSoS. R. J. BLACK.
D A MOlV " Ulil A XW lJa XVXJ, uM
S AVISOS JS8PECIAL1.T BOHCITED. INTEBESr PAID OH ABPOS1ISJ
mm. yitdtttttttaw Tfl iTTTHftRI7KDlINDBR THB LAWS OF TENNESSEE!
To do a General Banking Bualnea.. Diaoonnt P'VtvsTr7.!JSa1nv..?VnouriSS
iSoal Seouritiea. lo Receive Depoait. and pay IN ffcRES r thereon. To nveat incuriUa.
, S.ita. Minora. TruHtaea. and othera. To aot aa Truatee. Adml
Quardiaa, aame aa an Individual
all eaaea or truai. 10 uuy
,ri UI.. ..f .11 ktnn. nun
aar?Hieciiii ffxiwnTinn rtm ui nui.r-u.....
latrator, Exeoutor or
ividual. To aot aa Keoy War for Cornorat ona. Lit.janU, and a.
y and Sell Exchange. Alao. have a Bile Dei"ait Vault, wherala
l be aafeiy iept. AlJepoaitory ot the State of Tenneaaae.
aiPOLEOH HILL.PresIdejU img
TT. Tf. IT ILXESSOI, Ttovrllflffc
MtjmnMs CitT Mb & Gen 1 Ins. Cb.
A SKOTBKAI. FIBJI AHJ MmMlMM mvw.mmmm.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PA10 (iAPiTAI.
sinnovonvs
wu r pnu . JAMBH UILLT,
tn II .1 . Tl mm M . - - . .
a. MAMSrilLD. aaxatw.
Ofalet?" 19 5IaIIin
.JTP?ri:rTHT.
. KTH&S. w. p. asiiuaiu.. i,
street, McwipfcU, Teiiq
rvrni LOASJja
xiiBjuat.
IIS
III!
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOA.BD TIXJBTH J3S3I.
No. S Now Beady.
CONNOISSEUR
NEW m.rSTRATKD QTAKTEKLx'
Atva mawiw.M. .
Pnbllahod by Buiurr. Bariaa A BiDnLa.wwwwa
urnil. A vrAR Philadelphia
Utpiue.loUta. rmaaapauiaumuu. w.t-
HOPKINS
SELLING OUT
To Dlaaolv Copartnership.
MILLINERY
BELOW COST!
aarOur entire atock haa to be ao;a w -a-
w T ....... . mu,.w. nnnArtnarahLP
Dfcry i, i'xji, ...
our eompany retirins ,
aar-Wa oer our immenaa atook Be"ra
1... .1 t'oait.
trruialwffomil-
luautlful Roaa. all Coloia -a10',1
after.aff-on
Boya'a Cloth, Velvet and P'll -ROo
Lad7ea' Trimmed iia"ti7 worth M W 00
Lona Plnmea fromj.. -"2 "
OatrTch Ti.a,3 in Bunch, from......
Baai ato..at kuHvolonala a.or Prle
n- t.a.. Yonr Chance, "emambar
Irom thia day to January t, 1887.
u.i.i.i Mod Hooralaf OolfltS.
aTha fineat aaaortment ol DOLLS la tha
srll'a'a Re.hapad. Feathers Cleaned, Dyad
SWoTden Hair Waah by th. Small St Urrt
Uuaatitiaa. .x .t
SA
VOLBON HILL,
I AMES S. R0B1NB0N.
MICHAEL BAVIN.
THOMAS BOYLE
JOHN W. COCnRAN,
SOL COLEMAN.
J. 6. HANDWBRRanl
DAVID P. HADDEN.
James a. omber,
ewd. goldsmith.!
BARDW id rmabo.
rMW.d U .am. o! and apward. and Intar-t allow.d m. BaH
annually. .... ...a i.t.. t.rita. aM af
DP. HAllE!, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tlee-lTesWesit.
J. a NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY
BROOKS, I.EELY & CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants''
SJo. 307 Front Street, ; WempliU. Teiim
ToPlanters7Merchants & Gmnors
Tba aa.a ta arproaohin, when Cottoa beoome. Du.tyjD.mP 121
ris " ninnf.irri: COTTON ClaEAWEB
jLiav .
Maohlnea for sale by
. . . j
... a m v.i.. ... i.aiia. I n nmuni .
Youraampieialmproveaana .... u . nnT VV CC
THE LIVRMORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
10 l 171 Adama Strait. Memlil. lnn.
00
Oottron ,l,JKanHndi-Commi8S-on MoiSE!2:
M''A"T1 TlxuI ptrT"ol7M Memphln, Tenn.

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