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U. S. BHISTER B115EI
THE PARI i MUNICIPAL
la Insight lato the Freedom aod
Libert of American In
stitutions. Fia, Dftcember 1. M. Rmqnet,
Sacretiry of thR Peri Municipal
Conncil, f.irwardod to United States
Minister Mcl-ane a petition adopted
by theO' O' cil on November 27t!,
asking for hit intercession with the
Governor of Ilinnis in bwtiBlf of the
condemned anarchists. Minister Mo
Lane sent the following reply: "Aa
tbe petition destined for the Governor
of Illinois ia mode with the objct of
paring human life I will not refiiPO
my Bsietanc, if yon persist in de
manding It, but allow me to inform
you that in the present case it is use
less. Yon can as well as I address
your fell direct to tbe Executive of
llinois, who alone ha the power of
granting pardon. Without raising
any objection to the accomplishment
of yonr wishes, I beg that yon will
yett aaeared that capital punishment
la applicable In no 8: ate of the Union
to political offense, and. i prescribed
only lor odious Crimea against the
poblie weal, soch aa murder
and rape committed under ag
gravating circamataneea and with
premeditation. In political matters
there eiiets in the United Htatea a
moderation which even profound dis
agreements are powerless to alter, in
the discussion oi great political and
ocial problems touching tbe welfare
of workers, we proceed with a wide
liberty, showing the spirit of frater
nity and tolerance, wnicn renders vio
lence inexcusable and is always preju
dicial to lie authors. Wben a majority
prononneea everyone submits. If this
great and salutary principle of giving
eipreeslon to the will of the majority,
Which forms the basis oi American
institution?, lie ignored, social order
founded on liberty and fraternity col
lapses and society falls once more into
MvLane, at Rgnqnet's request, con
sented to transmit the Council's peti
tion to Gov. Ogiesby.
TBE SI'. LAWHKNCE K1VER
T Bt Kept Opa by Steel Is owed
. Nxw Yobk, December 1. A special
rom Montreal aays: Trie tugs in
tended for the purpose of breaking up
the ice in the Ht, Lawrenoe between
Borrell and Three Elvers ere being
fitted with stoel bows and will noon be
ready forme. Col. K hod eg, of Quebec,
has Jntereu'ed Br Hector Landvin,
. Minister of Public Works, In tbe pre
set, and the steamer Alert, which
was engaged in the rocont Hudson
bay exploration will probably be sent
to help the tugs. Should they prove
capable of maintaining a clear pasraiie
between the points named, a distance
of forty-five miles, an effort will be
made next winter to keep tbe who!
river open from Montreal to the gulf
o that navigation may Inst tbe whole
year. It is very doubtful, however, if
ibis will succeed, and should it fall,
still another scheme will be broached
to protect tbe city from f nture floods.
It Is proposed to clear away all prop
erty along the river front from
fit. Paul to Oommlseioner street,
flil ia the ground thus made
vacant to the level of St.
Paul street, and form an es
planade along the river from the
elevated ground on which the Cana
dian PaciUo railway station stands to
the Lachine canal. Two railway
tracks are to he laid along this espla
nade) connecting the Grand Trunk
and Canadian Paoifio syBtemv, thns fa
cilitating the interchange of traffic.
The Grand Trunk will then build a
new track almost in a straight line
from Victoria bridge to the esplanade.
The only objection to this scheme is
the enormous expense it will involve,
but it is believed if it can be carried
through the government and railway
companies will give substantial aid.
It will involve the clearing ont of
nearly one-quarter of the business
pertion of the city.
Controversy ileiweea Tlinu and
PniLADBi.piiiA, Pa., December 1.
An impoit.int feature his entered
into the controversy between the
green g'a s manufactureis and the
blowers over the abolition cf the ap
prentice syi'trra. On Monday night
meetings of the local avBttmhlios of
S la blotter, were held in Clavtoc,
iillville. Hali m, Woodhnry, Williams
town and Uissiboro, N.J, when it
was decided that thev would not
Strike aa nrdrtred by the Executive
Board of District Anerub!y No. 149 of
the Knights of Labar, but would sur
render their chatters re' her than do
so, Theje blowers are working wilh
apprentices and under a reduction in
wagea of 6 per cent., according to an
agreement entered into with the man
ufacturers some weeks ago. The
respective charters of tbe six awem
blies were sent to the general Sucre
ary, Charles II. Lltcbmao, at the
gentral headquarters in this
city, yesterday. It Is stated
hat there assemblies pur
pose forming a new association,
acd in futnrrt they say that they will
not allow anyone to work in a New
Jersey factory who has violated agree
ments made at the compromise settle
ment last month with the employers.
On the other hand, tbe officers of Dis
trict Aesembly No. 149 declare that
their blowers, numbering between 600
and 600, will bs ostracised and black
listed by a'l its members of the leaguo
in good standing, and will not be al
lowed to wotk outside the limits of
tueir t jwna.
BOOK UAKKRS AND POOL
ellera Be I.lceaeed a 4000 Per
St, Locis, Mo, December 1. The
ordinance imposing a license of $2000
per annum on book makers and pool
sellers was recommended to the Mu
nicipal House of Delegates for passage
last itight by tbe Ways aod Means
Committee. Mr. Fox thought that
the matter ought to be laid over for a
week to give the subject thorough
consideration. Mi'ssia. Coakly. Stone,
Wenslick and Bruegemann thought
the bill ought to be pacsd at once, if
lor nothing else bnt to correct the
morals of the ci'y. Mr. Brueggemann
said that he was a victim of the book
makers' greed at the spring meetirg,
and knew teat other members of the
Assembly were in the same boat. lie
held that tbe bill oaght to bs pawed,
Mr. Marriott was also of the opinion
(bat the bill ought to be laid over, so
that the nutter could be investigated.
He did not thinkthat a high license on
the book makers would correct either
the moras of the city or of tbe
young or old men. Mr. Monahan was
In favor of licensing the b iok makers
And pool sellers, but did not want to
'disconragi the bua'nes if it warinecs
siry to the euccesi of the raof). Mr.
Waters was of tbe opinion that some
of tbe.members were sore on account
of "that Irish Pat matter." snd want
ed to get even with the book makers.
Ha was of the opinion that the bill
on? ht to lay over fur week.
Before any action an the matter was
taken the Heme adjourned.
THE YOTIftU KEITRNS
Iadloatt That tt A malsranaaled Aa
MliiUa Will Hot Jala the
Hnlcbta of Leber. ,
PirrsarjBa, Pa , Decimber 1. Tbe
voting rninrus regtrd'ng wntur or
n' t trie AmauMmattd Iron and 8
Workers thall, ss a body, jjin the
Knights of Labor are coming in to the
beaitqiarters rapidly, hecret ary Mar
tin roiu'ts to say what tre returns in
dicate, bnt from another rel able
source it was learnf d that thera is. s
far, a preponderating maj irity against
Conner Hon wan the iLnights of L
bor. A large number of influential
lodges have voted almost to a man
against any such move. Several of the
smaller lodges are inclined to Mentify
themselves with tbe Knights of Labor,
so that, to nee their own expression,
"the coLflct against capital can be
more formidable on tbe part of labor."
While the great body of the members
reem to be opposed to merging tbe
Amalgamated Association in tbe
Knights of Labor, tbe movement U
organic ia bath anions Is still going
on. While these men do not wish to
abandon tbe independent union
they wish a'so to bave the advantage
derived fiom being in the Knights of
Heaablleoa Aail Halooa Seelety,
Cobtlakdt, N. T., December 1.
in tbe and saloon State convention
today the name of the organisation
was discnsed for two hours. Heveral
speakers expressed tbe fear that this
convention ts going too far. uen,
Conway declared that catering to the
nrnDOHlion would kill tbe movement
The name "New York Stat Temper
ance Republican Association" was
finally adopted. It was decided to
include blgtx license among the meas
ures of temperance progress, with the
future provision that the league will
exert its Influence to secure the uomi
nation, through Republican caucuses
and conventions, of candidates for
office favorable to the league's object.
Albeit Urimn, chairman ot the at-
tional Anti-Sa'oon League, addressed
the convention, Ellen J. Foster, of
Iowa, spoke this evening. Ibe con
Ibe Weaterss Passenger Pool.
Chicago, III, December 1. The
members of the Western Passenger
fool 'wore in session today for the pur
posa of accomplishing a new organiia
tion, but they ran up against a new
obstacle. The Wabtah agrepd to adopt
the same periods as tbe other roads
for ascertaining business upon which
to award perenntages, bat insisted
upon being a lowed to make the same
rates per mile bet wean St. Lou's and
Kansas City as the Chicago roads be
tween Oliioago and Council Biufls. All
of tbe other lines were a unit agaiust
this proposition, and no agreement
being possible the question was le
ferred to Manegeis Po;ter, Obsppell,
Newman and Talmage, they to reach a
compromise if possible. The meeting
adjourned subject to the call ot the
A raellnh and Mlabbora Belief
In tht afBcaoy of aertaln remedies of vioUnt
motion, la the besetting foible of tht Ignorant
and preludioed. The Indiscriminate use of
purgatlvea Is a vory common phase of tht
fatuity of laoh people. Alota, podrphlllln,
dlisnliad in ancar coating, oattor oil, ner
ury, and other old taihionod drnsa, still
hold their own among this olut, and al
though the aoooeta of Hoitetter'a Btomaoh
Bitten infftolently diiprovei the aeoeaiity
for vlolenee In medication, the adherents of
an einioded laiiacy Itlll penlut In svlni
and taklDg Inordinate nnriative donee. fy
repla. oonrllpaUon, liver eom plaint are at
certainly and tborouthlr inbdued by the
B ttert, m they are invartablr aiaravaledby
an Indiaoriminate nue of medicine", officinal
er proprietary, belonglni to the o'auwhioh
we hare condemned. VeTerand ecae, cer
vonineaa, rheamailmn and Inactivity of the
kldneji, yield to the BllUri.
AeaUlMDee far Poor Farmer.
New Yore, December 1. The 7W
line nays: A syndicate of Danish cap
liallfta has been formed to ast-iut the
emigration of small farmers who the
hard times have compelled to Bell out,
and to rear a colony in the far North
west, where they may b"gin life again
undor conditions oflVring ma'orlal
gumanleoa of Butcesp, aa well as se
curity from the tricks of the land
shark. Its accredited representative,
Horen KJorer, x mea.ber of Folketh
Ing, 1 muled in tl.l ilast week, and went
Weet t once to begin an exploration
of th i ngion iu which the proposed
icttlement is to be placed with special
reference to climatic conditions. Mr.
KJorer will spend a month or aix
weeks traveling through Minnesota,
W sconsln and Dakota, and will return
at once to Copenhagen to repi rt and
take part in the organisation of the
colony. About $1200, has been sub
scribed towaid the project.
A MUST I.I H Kit A I, Of'FElft
Thi Voltaic Bblt Co., Marshall,
Mich., ofler to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. j. Write them
Tbe Anaerteaa InalKale
New Yoax,D(M!omber 1. The twen
tieth annual convention of tbe Ameri
can Institute of Architects began to
day at the Mutual Life Insurance
Company's building ia thin city,
Thomas W. Walter presl ling. Presi
dent Walter welcomed the members
and congratulated them noon the
progress made by tbe association.
This afternoon the members visited
points of architectural interest.
Ctetarra Is Noa a Blond Uleeaae.
No matter what part it may finally
affect, catarrh always starts in the
head, and belongs to the head. There
is no mystery about the origin ot this
direful disease. It begins in a neg
lected cold. One of the kind that Ts
"sure to be better in a few days."
Thousands ot victims know how it is
by sad experience. Ely's Cream Balm
enres colds in the head and catarrh in
all its stages. Not a snuff nor a liquid.
A Lor Strike Eapeeted.
Pittsburg, Pa., December 1. A
Ooalton, O.. special aays: All the
miners of the seventh district, 2600
to 3000, came out this morning on a
refnral by the operators to giant an
Increase of 6 cents per ton for mining.
A long sii ge is expected.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil. with Hvna-
phosphites, is a moat valuable remedy
for coDsnmpt oo, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all condition where
there is a loss of tkwh, a lack ot nerve
power and a general debility of the
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THUHSlMYr
A TILE M ftF IMQM1T
IN SETT YORK BURNED TO HIE
A Steamer Goes Ashore Freight
Trains Collide Hurricane, Ulln .'
ards and Cold Weather. - '
Ntw Yonx, Drembr 1. The o!d
Empire Garden, No. 5iX)8ix h avenne,
noe the low dive of the c ty, (s a
thing of the past. It was burned t ut
early this morning, and f' r some time
it wa thought that "Tom" Gould's,
the White E'epbant and the. Bijou
Theater, which adjo ned it, would
a'so be burned, but owing to the
efforts cf the firemen these other
places escaped destruo'.inn. The fire
broke out on the second door, sni
v.-ry few pfop'e were about at the
time. The plaon was damaged about
t30H0, and will have to be entirely re
built George Doerler was the osten
A Sleanabame f'oea Aeharo la a
Detroit, Mich., December 1. An
Eventy Journal Manistee, Mich.,
special says: During a heavy gale
and blinding snow storm-the steam
barge Maggie Marshall aod consort
Arundel went ashore three miles
soath of Manistee b arbor, at 3 o'clock
this morning. Both crews are safe.
The vessels belong to Louis Sands,
The Marshall was insured for $16,
000; no insurance on the Arondel.The
latter has XXXbasheli of oats aboard,
and lies high aud dry. The Marshall
is light, snd was scuttled to prevent
foundering. The vessels will weather
the gale without harm. Capt. Jam's
Anker, of the Arnndel,.says tbat he
has been a sailor for many years, but
never experienced such a gale as that
of last night. The Marshall was
manned with fourteen men, the
Arundel with six. Kfforts will be
made to get the oats out of tbe
The tug Wright, also belonginrto
Lonls Sands, is a total wreck ; loss
Volllaloa of Frela-hs Traias.
Pirrenuao, Pa , December 1. Tbe
second section of freight train No. 16,
an me uieveiana and ritHDurg rail
road, ran into the first section of tbe
same train near Hummltville, O , at
11 o'clock last night, wrecking sixteen
cars and both locomotive!!. The de
bris took Die immediately and was
entirely - consume)?. No person was
injured. The lose was $25,000.
Cikoinnatt, O . December 1. While
workmen were removing debris from
the recent y burned building of tbe
Ware Vinegar Company, the east and
west walls fell, fatailv iniuiins John
Limphire. A half dee an others nar
A Bllesitrd Prevailing.
Detroit. Mich . December 1. A
special from Sheboygan to the Evenina
oumolsays: A genuine winter blis-
tard and northwest gale are prevailing
and the air Is full of snow. Sevoral
vessels will lay up today. '
Lake Hlohlgaa Lnalied
by a Blla-
Ludinoton. Mien.. December 1. A
tenitlo blirmd prevails here to-day.
Lase Micnigan is oouing. Know ts
gradually failing and piling in mon-
etroas drifts. Travel is impeded and
tbe streets are deserted.
Two Locomotives amaabed.
Gltnbov. Minn . December 1.
There was a collision this morning at
5 ocioce on tne aortbern fauiho
between tbe mall train and passenger
No. 8, near Muskagee. Both locomo
tives were smashed and the mail car
burned. Conductor Kldred and tbe
engineer and fireman of No. 6 were
slightly brnised about the head, and
man Agent litnnon was simiharly
hurt. Part of the mail was deetroved.
The mail train was five hours late,
and the two trains had cond.ctiug
The Braalllaa Hole Cae.
St. Louis. Ma.. Drnnmher 1 The
Brazilian note case took an nnex
nec'.ed turn tndav in thn ITniteil Miniaa
District Court. Jostph II. White.
who has been confined in the city jiti!
aarnllinff trial nn lha nliavno n
- " ...... - - . ww v..u vnnia L UlLI I
ing forged onrtificntes purporting to be
iiitciiinu xivneurj uuiea, eent ror toe
District Attorney and intimated his
desire to withdraw his nlna nf nnl
guilty and throw himself upon the
mercy ol tbe court. This he did later
in the (lav nnrl lha lllir nlnrnml a
verdict of guilty, lie was then re-
minuted to J ill, rent nee being de
feried. His brother, Lucius White, is
aw.utino? trlitl atl St. (llmrlon Mr,
charged with the suneoOeiiRe. ' It is
iboug'.it ttiat be will reouve a liirht
spnteiinn. inaamunli am ha tnnr1
Sir Robert Curistison. nhvnlcian to
Hor Majesty, the Queen of Kouland.
speaking of the Coca plant, eays:
-ine properiies oi mis wondeimi
plant are the most remarkable of auy
known to the medical world. From
repeated personal trials I am con
vinced tbat Its use is hieh v beneficial
and tonic." To build up a broken
down system, use the Liebig Co.'s
Cjcs Beef Tonic, indorsed and re
commended by the foremost physi
cians of Europe and America. Over
wrought snd feeble nerves are auioted.
digestion is promoted, and new tone
and vigor in all the organs cf the
body follows its use.
Too McQnade Jury.
Nsw York. December I Thlrtv-
five ot the talesmen announced as
having been drawn in the panel of
fifty for today's inquisition to obtain
a Jury for tbe trial of McQuade, the
bo -Kile" ex-Alderman, were present
in tbe Court ot General Seeaions today
when the proceedings were beeun.
Ten jurors have now been obtained,
and the work ot getting two other
men to complete the list was begun.
Ansel Weinberg, an importer ot laoes,
was accepted aa the eleventh juror.
Lonls O. Wolhsing took the twelfth
seat in the box. This completed the
jury tor the moment, but tbe prosecu
tion excused tbe second juror, Joseph
Mitchell, and np to recess a man had
not been accepted in his place.
"Oar Baby'a Flret Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed A Carnrick, Mercfsntile
Exchange Building, New York City.
Coasreaamaa Price's Health In.
Ciiioao), III . December 1. A TV'Mea
special fiom B ack River Falls, Wis.,
says: Congressman Piles seems con
siderably improved and is able to take
more nourishment than formerly. His
friends are in strong hopes that the
doctors are mistaken in pronouncing
nis disease a cancer oi tow stomach,
Jamea G. Blntae, Jr. Journalist.
Pitihburg, Pa , December 1. It is
Riuiouuctd today that James G. B.aine,
jr., has secured a position on the stall
of the Pittsburg 2 vex
A V Tj aJ iff j.WaVKate.0-
X3L JU .11 XV O
. If the Liver bo
comcs torpid, If
the bowels areeonslirvtcdijpiif the
ntouiaoh fails to perform its funo-
tions ; prOjperltx, psa. Ayer,'s j J'ilk.
They are invaluable. : : ''-.:
For .some .years I was MvicUtn't'o
t! l i-. . i 2fJ 'i
Ltyei vjoraprajjij, in. o.u"e)ie um oi
which I NufTcred rmn Gtriral De-
ttilirvanrl IndTe-r-Rtihh ' rAr-4tUtf IjivkAa
lot Aycr s IHi restored rts fe per
roc aeaiin.-4-.j.. iru nmcy:rxLen
demon, W. Va. f -4 ff
For year J-.'hftyV imlli'd anojsi 'Bpon
Aycr's l'illb than an vtbuig j?j,tPvf . '
my howejs. These Pills arc mild In action,
and do thclrworktlloruuKlilv. I have uxj
Aver fnfti Clln'ri m of Sfoiiidi ri' and
I.lver troubli-s, from which I had suffered
for yoant. I consider them the biwt pills
macic, and would nqt he.wltlnut.Uicuj(-T-Worris
Gates, I Wiwvljlo, K-jj i
I I waa aUaeked wlih' nillous:.:Fver,
irUli'li was fuUpwcd be Jaundice., and was
so dnmjeroudly ill that - my; friends de
f aired of my recovery. I cornmenced
takrng Ayer'a l'illa, and aixrn regained my
cimtomary strunglli and vijjor. John 0.
rauiaon, j,owcii, Nebraska.
'Last apring ,l aufrered greatly from a
troublesome humor on mv lde. In aplta
of every effort to cure this eruption, It in
crcaecd uiiui ine nesn Decamo entirely
raw, I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and digressing pains In
Is The Bowels.
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Afcr'a 1MU-. In a MioVt tirJie iVasfrea
from pain, my food diiresled properly, tbe
sores on my body, commenced healing,
and, In le.H than one iiieulh. I was icured.
-Samuel p. WJkfie,Ailaajii,ijr
I frave long urciI Avef'a I'llldi in my
family, and believe them to bo the beat
pills nmdo. S. C. Dardcn, Dardcnv Mine,
My wife and: li'ttleigM tietakes vfth
Dysentery a few dnva afro, nnil I at once
liogan giving them small doses of Avcr's
Piile, thinking I would call a doctor If'ths
diseaee becuino ariv worse. In a short
tune the bloody .dfschaa'ps stopped, all
pain went awnv, and health was rosfonad.
-r Theodore Esliug, Iiicluiioud, Va. '
frepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., Lowell, If aas,
a Sold by all Dealers la Medicine .v
f 5 1 - '
Not onlr hnrtens tba time of labor
and loMeni the paio, but it sreatly
dimlnithet the danger to lite of bntlL.
mother and child, anil leaVel -tal
mother In a oondltjon more favoraulo' '
to speedy reoovery, and lea liable to ,
Flooding, Convulsion!, and oilier .
alarming lyinptomi. Its effloaoy ni
this respeot entitles it to ber dialled
Tai Momaa'a Km end, sod to ranli
as one of tbe life sariot remedies of
the nineteenth century.
- We cannot publish certificates con
cerning this remedy without wound
ing the deli cany of the writers. . Yet . .
we have hundred on file. .
Send for oar book, "To Mothers.,!' giajied
J ATLANTA, OA, :.
For Horaea, Cattle, Sheep,
t'SKD BY U. . OQVBPT.
Ckari ea BeDtn, u4
Ctraya-KeTere. Coneertlens. InfleiHMallosL.
A. A.-Si.lnel HeuiiigWIa, Milk Fever. rX
11-HtraliiN, l.aineneM, niirumaliaui.'
r. r.- oiu-orurlprs, 1
J. l.Kriiftlve llliieasre, llime.
. K.-bUeano of Ulgeallvu. . i.
nnjipv una Hian.v
Price, Bottle (oror 60 don,), , 5
6taMi Case, with Manual, (Sno pares with "..
' !'t)llK)tllM-RpeeiHe,boiUeof Witch "
- llaul Oil and Medioakir, i8,00
''ni Sen I Free on Becelpt 'of rrlce. .. i -Humphreyi'
Med. Co., 109 fulton St., H.T.
cnrrtinn it. A H
111 Ull icara TTisa inlw iA.nn.. I A-
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
nd Troaitrfttioit, from flW-work or othor caurteav
f 1 per tial, or S rials and laru vial powtirr, fpe fO.
(v Sold bt Diutcw wtk, ot ifot pntna ti on rt-rrtfH 'ot
pfiCe, Mutn.hrt' Mlrlaiaj ., l'H tulum Wt., h. If.
once ana Lares
from In I urloo
Drugs and Oflen
A particle is applied Into each nostril and
la agreeable. Price oO oeqU at Druggists t
By uiail, registered. 60 oenta, (Jiroulars free.
Kl.V HKoa Druggian.Owego. N. y.
a.- mi mri A rww' -t
A NATURAL TONIC:
raaM iraa Bartat.
PLEASANT T0TH. ,
THE BREAT BLOOD h'JM,
aTar Oyapepela,all derang-eraeata
aH (Be fMsjeative rran anl Ihi
fjTer, aain Dlisasss, Cats, Barns, '
catlde an Hrnlaee, ACID IHa
S1BTH la at epeclllc
atkeaimatleui, malarial Dlaasr
dlere, Ohraale DlarrKeaa aad.a'
adnata eaeee at Blaaat PolaaalBty,
TleU ewltboat fall Ita waadaa.
taU aaratlva fwww.
let aaw me taigjklK aa ka.
ad all dealer aar aeat.
fraaa (ha A. I. E. re., WaaMs,
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
TOR SALE BY ALL ORUGSISTS. '
At WliolRal hw TAlt TT.KKTA TO,
ft MONTH, rnnw. onnaM
tliem wiwauod.eflnrft.-is Nine of Jin
niiilli-m, l)ilucy'9'rMiliile, mWl 'Dyitpet
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or Powder. Frert H
DECEMBER 2, 188.
A BOX of KO-KO JXJLV
For S1 F.TPrywhare in 1h Fniiod Ktnt'H ltc Siir aaid liny be Oonnlne Article.
E. G. CRAIG & CO., SQSMPHI
E5IE3P'St, MANUEE SFHEADEH.'
da a 1 T
Drilliiie or Broad Casting Cotton Seed. The Best
To PlaaolTB Copwrtnerahlp.
- Our entire stock has to be sold by Jan.
nary l, iwv, to uissoive tiopartnersaip
our company retiring,
-We ofler our immense lt03k Begard
leea of Vumt.
Oood Felt Hats (50c
Fine Felt Hats. New Shape-, worth 11.25. 75o
(tannine Beaver llatu 75c
Job Lotnf Hats, wnrth from $1 to 2 25c
Beautiful Roses, all Colors S for Wo
Ostrich Pompons 10c
Children's Trimmed Hats, worth 2. tor 11 00
Boys's Cloth, Velvet and Flush Caps,
Ladles' Trimmed Hats, worth W t2 00
Long flumes from ..0o no
Ostrich Tips, S in Bunch, from SOc up
Birds, Wings, Fanov Feathers, Feather
Banc eto.,atKIllcaloaalj tuwrilcei
-Don't Lose Your Chance. Remember
Irom this day to January 1, 1887.
aw Bridal and Hoarnlusr Ontaie.
avThe llneat aaaortment of DOLLS in the
-Ilais Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
aa-iolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Mo. Mow Beady.
NEW UXTJSTRATED QPABTEELT
Published by Bailky, Banks A BiDnutJewelera
ONLY 50 Cts. A YEAR.1'h"adelPhia
The Christian Brothers have the pleasure
of announcing the completion of EXTKN
6TVK ADDITIONS to their College, whloh
they have provided with all seleot modern
Improvements and conveniences, and they
a;e now enabled to accommodate an In
creased number of Boarders, Half Boardera
and Day Students.
-For information concerning Terms, Board.
TTjItinn. ate. see Catalosue. orapptv by mail
t in porson to
CURTIS & CO,
817 and 81f n S
N. Second Sfcf sal iKsoiiil l1
tl a V
OM VtOJ BOIL ERS
WOOB-WORKIWaMHMJ g R
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
St WUITtS FOR CATALOGTJB.
Proclamation by the Gorernor,
The State of Tennesree Wm. B. Bate, Gov
ernor To all whe shall see these presents,
WUKRKAP.lt has been made known to
me that Sam Bruce (c), oharaed with
havins committed murder on the body ol
Kdach Oakley on the day of October, ltW6,
In 'our eountyof Shelby, fled Irom Justioe
and now ruoninr at large)
New, therefore, I, Wm. B. Bate, Oovernor
aa aforesaid, by vir ue of the power and au
thority in me vested, do hereby offer a re
ward of two hundred and Hi y dollars to any
person or persons who mav apprehend the
said Sam Bruce (o), and deliver him to the
sheriff or jailor of our oouaty ot Shelby,
In order that luatioe in that bwhall may be
had and eiecuted. This reward is payable,
half en delivery to sheriff and half oa eon-
T's AM 'BFUCR, wanted for kllllm Roach
Oakley, is 6 leet 9 inches hifh. heavy set.
broad shoulders, renuine colored man, larae
features, keen Dlnok eyesi had Burnside
whiskers, mustache running back to whis
ht re i noaslina disposition) h els turn out
more than ordinarily in walkinf. Hails
from Morgan Point, nsar Osceola, Ark., and
more recently Irom Bell's sawmill, near
Lakeview, in Tennessee.
In Tertimoay W bereid, I have tereunteset
my hand, and caused the Ureal Seal ol tbe
State to be affixed, at Nashville, on thektb
de of November, 1886.
By the Oovernor.
John Allison, Secretary ef State.
CHEWING GUM is an
YTsJtK Of Pulverizer
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000
Iutereait Paid on Sepoaltai.
OPEN ATCBDAYN (TH I II. 7 O'VlytMJK P.M.
X. H. KATZEMDEKGEH, President.
' BOARD OF
NAPOLEON HILL, JOHN A. DKNIK,
W. H. CAKKOI.L, J. W. WIMIUHK,
ARPJ2ISTEAD & LUNDEE,
C 0TT0N FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IVo. Front NrMf, f !or. ITnlAn. Hf mphl, Tnn.
OF MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AN1)
Ko.42 MAPISOJT STHEET, MKMPIIIM, TEX K.
R. BVDIiET FR4THFR,PrMldent. W. N. WII.KKRSOST. VlM-Prealdeai.
R. J. BLACK., ajaabler. WM. B fjIKlFl'lSO, teller.
BOARD OF DIBECIOKS.
W. D. BETHEL. J.B.GODWIN. 8. P-HEAD. W. H, WILKER80H,
THOS. H. ALLEN. JNO OVERTON, Ja., W.F.TAYLOR. R. B. SN0WDEN,
S. I. MoDOWJiLL, R. DUDLEY JTRAYSEH, Wm, A.WILLIAMSON, R. J. BLACK.
SAVIHGS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED UNDER THE LAWS Of TENNESSEE I
To do a General Banking Business, Discount Paper, etc. To Buy and Sell Stocks, Bonds and
Looal Securities. Xo Receive Deposits and pay INTEREST thereon. To Invest in Securities-'
for Estates. Minors, Trurtees, and others. To aot m Trustee, Administrator, Exeoutor or
Ouardian, same aa an Individual. To act as Heoeiver for Corporations, Litigants, and la
all oases of Trust. To Buy and Sell Exchange. Also, have a Safe Deposit Vault, whereia
Valuables of all kinds can be safely kept. A Depository of the State of Tennessee,
rSpeoin! Attention Paid to Collertlons. Patronaire Roniectfullr Snlicited.ai
flAFOLEOH BILL, President. If.R. WIIEJIjTkia-wl
H. J. LT55t .CA8.1ir. Z11
Binbis Citr Fire & Gen 1 Ins.
tfWB A OKHERAL FIRS
A QUARTER OF A MILUON'OOLLABS FULL PAID tVlPlTAk
K. TTJUiTTt'Dim. WM. L C0U : iAMM &SIU.T,
B. MSIIDIIBUF, IS. .
. vnDDW OltNKHRT.
JOHN W. COCURAN,
lAMaa o. nvBuxovn, -
avDeooslU reoelved in sums oi 91 and
AMES S. R0BINS01J.
aar-Webuy 'and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay taxes, art at
trustees, and, la general, execute any financial business requiring a sale and responalBM
aw ViVsue drafU, In mma to anlt purchasers, on all parts ;of Europe.
aer-We have a commodious Vault for the deposit of valuables, whloh la at (ha Hrnos !
our sbiwiuw., - "
D. P. HAJ)DNa PresIdenU EWD. fciOLOSMITH, Tlcc-Prealdeit.
JAMES WaTHAW. ranMpr. '
J. C. NEELY.
BROOKS, HEELT & 00.
aROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants'
No. 807 IFroiit Street, : ' OTemihlr. Tenn
To Planters, Merchants & dinners
tana-- tat annrnaAhlna vViatn OnttAn haaAom Dmt. Damn and Heavy. By the use of
The COMPLETE COTTON CITE AN ER
.la li ImaaawaJ mm A Vsalnaa nf flKlinlk Tfl rtPaafUalaii .
THE LIVJERMORE FOUNDRY &, MACHINE CO.
iwia in 171 AOtama wireei. its s-so r..,.
Cotton Factors and
Ho. 314 Front Street, CtornerloISMonroe, MenipLls, Tesn.
Tlegant HOLIDAY QIIT
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A Cart Combined.
eprood bj baud.
i 1 1
Fertilizer on the Farm
I. KATZEXBEB6ER. Cashier.
A. COHEN, J. H. BISC0R,
T. r. TOKIN.
A. S. MBYER3.
INTEBESr PAID OH DEPOSITS
AIB MARIS RCSIIEWL
If . . MlaULL. ,Sjv
Is Wr- .H. A1V
J. 9 HANDWERKIB
DAVID P. HADDKN,
JAMES A. OMBSaU.
upward, and Interest allowed oa earns Sarah
H. M. NEELY