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FROS FOREIGN USDS.
PBIXCE BISMiBCK TitUES SPAN
He Gives Way toTl.cni In llifi Coro-
llae Island Mutter-Bui-
Madrid. Pecn.ber 2 Spain, after
r, long nd diifien t diplomatic contro
Tewy, prot'acte largely throngh the
hostile spirit ol the German military
.othoritie. hae finally succeeded in
Inducing Prince Visin-ck to abandon
bia propoeal to es abliah naval sta
tion at the Caroline Islands. Connt
De Benoroar, Spanish Ambassador to
Germany, in conversing with the Ger
man Chaucellor abiut the merits of
he case, attempted to minimise the
mportance of having naval station
at the Caroline, and argued that it
would not be much for Germany te
concede to Spain a withdrawal of the
German project. Prince BismarcH
corrected the Spanish AmbS3dor
and said : "It is because I recognize
theTalneand Importance oftheBta
tiouthatl dacide to abandon it, in
order to show the value I attach to
The Barlaarlaa Dps.iileB.
Som, December 2. The depnta
tion of Bul?rian notables instructed
by the government to visit the difler
ent powers and personally place be
ore them the facts of the Bulgarian
situation, has started on its tour. It
1b reported that the deputation baa
been instructed to demand that the
powers shall either consent to have
Prinoe Waldcmr, of Denmark, elected
to the Bulgarian throne, or else per
mit th return of Prince Alexander.
A Plot to Tak Bulgaria Ttareat
riiril, Bccitabmt, December 2. The new
plot formulated here on November
9th by the Ittiatian rt-fogeea from Bul
saria, headed by M. Z inkoff, and hav
ing fur its avowed object the over
throw of the Bulgarian Regency and
the fomentation of a revolution, has
nroved abortive. Russia refused to
urnkh any money for the enterprise.
The IrUbmnn's Master.
London. December 2 The Timet,
commenting on the rent war in Ire
land, says it wiehes the government
would snow that it is more conscious
of its own 'strength. Whether by
misfortune or fault, says the Timet,
the government fails to inspire the
needful confidence in its resolution.
The struggle would soon end if the
1 aw would prove strong enough to
make itself respected, and the Irish
men would so;m recognixe their mas
ters, and range themselves on the
First aud Nnow.
London, December 2. Snow storms
prevail in Ulster, Ireland, and Devon
shire, England. Thirty men were in
atantiy killed by an explosion in the
Lemore colliery, in Durham, today.
The ancient church of 8L Mary Mag
dalene, in Knightrider street, was
partially destroyed by fire today. The
same tire completely dastroyed four
warehouses in the same street. The
total lcsj amounts to 500,000.
. . i
The Iton. Math llolmra on the
Hights ol the Uvvernmeat.
Dublin, December 2. United Jreland
Snbllshps a legal opinion given by the
light Uon.llugh Holmes, Attorney
General of Ireland, to the government
as to its right to suppress the new
movement of the Irish National
League, which aims to beat the land
lords by having tenants depoHit with
a trustee for tender such sums below
the demanded rants as the tenants be
lieve fair and are able to pay. The line
of action which the landlords proposed
to have the government adopt to crush
out this form of resistance was to ar
rest every person who Bliould act as
trustee, thus rendering the league's
plan of paying rent futile, the land
1 orde' agents being, of course, debarred
from accepting lenders hi low the
landlords' figures. Attorney General
Holmes says men have a legal right to
act as truetees for tenants, as proposed
by the league, and the government
has no right t arrest them for so act
ing. Mr. Holmes also advises the
landlords to seek enme'metliod of get
ting their moneys from tenants which
will not involve government assist
Rnllwnjn I aler Construe-
City OP Mkxioo, Pecomher 2.
From present indii;t.tiorH threo great
railways will so n he under active con
etruction in Mf.ico. llmitiiigion 1ms
recoaimiiiHiiceu wuric on ma iiri'r na
tional Railway, the Mexican National
Company bavo arranged for capilal
for completing the mnin line, and
Mioittur John W. Fos'er, who has
been her-j for the past ten days, has
made a supplementary contract will)
the Mexican Government by which
the Mexican Central Company are au
thorised to orgiktifge separate compan
i es for the construction of the Guada
lajara and the Tampico branches.
Piesident Wade, of the Mexlcau Cen
tral, is now in Europe completing ar
rangements for carrying out the con
tract signed by Mr. Foster. The Cen
tral Company propose to complete the
Guadalajara branch by the end of
next year and the Tampico branch by
City of Mexico, December 2.The
government has ordered the transfer
of funds to London to meet payment
on the second installment ol the inter
est on the English debt, due the last
day of this ynar, and has notilled the
domestic holders of consolidated debt
bonds that they will be paid the hrt
coupon the same day.
Tbe Brokers Ienl.
15KK1.IN. UBcetnoer Z. Herr von
Schols, Financial Minister, has greatly
irrita'ed the members of the Berlin
Stock KxchanKA bv his exnlanation to
tbe Keichotag of ihe failure ot the gov
ernment's receipts from the Bourse
tax to equal the entimatee. The min
ister accounted for the deficiency bv
Baying that "stock jobbers defrauded
the revenue by making false returns
of their transactions," etc. The bro
kers will, it is thought, take concerted
action to demand an apology from
Herr von Bcbolz.
'Sanawel of PoB Sacs John B
New Yobk, December 2. It is
ruiiored that papers have been served
on Jotin li. Jfiirey, rresiaent ana
Treasurer ol the Jeffrey Printing and
Pnb:ifltio Company, Chicago, by
Edmond E. Price, attorney lor the
plaintiff Msurice Curtis, better known
at "fjsmartl of Posn, for false im
prtionttient. The story is that, in
183 and 18M, M. B. Curtis traveled
as the proprietor and manager of his
own play, Samuet of Fo$en. In lPKo
be travuled In tin sme capacity with
bisi'lavof rW Ca h. About June
2d tf the aim rer he gold out to his
brother, K. W. CurtlH, an proprietor
and manager, and agreed to take a
Mpnla. ed salary from F. W. Curtis,
while he(. B.Curtis) was ta play
the leading role In his old pHy of
SamurJpf l'otm. Ihe firm of Jtffrt-y
& Co. furnished a qnai.t ty of print
ing for the payment of which M. B.
Curtis a'i'Keatlat they rteo-ted to
very harfh and nr just monnun,
though, he allege?, he never in any
way acknowledged Liinselt as partner
of His brother, urr wai be in any way
accountable for the deb'a of the min
tgmont. Out of the transaction the
euit hater'sun, and it is uprcted it
will create gieat interest in theatrical
HOTEL AK RIVALS.
Pabo-r II tel.
O. B. 8 A LLO A V A CO -..PsoratBToit.
Rates fl Ml sod IS par day. sceordng to
mo sad location of room Bpeoisl
B W Hals, Ark
Den Elder, Ark
11 V Brown. Ms
A Bsokrr, less.
0 boralobtoy. La
W H Mullins, Tsbb
() Fitsgerald, Team
K H Jaosson, 111
D W Push. H t
H W Bradley. Kt
D V PCadmsa, NT
N J Albion, U f
J K Christian, 0
A Mosher, X0
W Grrshara At, Tel
A B Rich. Ms .
W U Alfori-s. P
F V Dido. K T
R C MaoMurdq. N V
K S Storrt. n I
C L.WhiU. N t
h Kitunber. Mo
T) T Alltn. Kf
B Rrtcker. Ark
J M li.w.lt, Ark
A Tbroofoot Aw, Ark
W U Dioaerasn. Ark
Mrs J Uimh Af. Miif
B K Buaby. Tenn
A 0 C-ruiiohnol, Me
8 I llillman, ill
It A MoCullsoh, Ark
P W Hirnbf t, n I
II LCrsitheid, Tsna
K H Mnir, Iobb
T A k'endis it, D 0
A J UriihJMo
11 Ksitbuik. Ms .
W B Krsrrea, Oklo
J K Omwftrd, Tens
T H Fikh. M V
C W Trlr, ft I
A Bs-h. NT
A U Msare, N T
K A JudkiBi. Mo
Mate btern, r .
J K Peaieltr, Kr
Mi8imsntss,Tesn Mini Hiiusnton
A f Usos. Otois
K O Iid.s, Kf
J J Kiohnrdi, Miu
A lMckerr, MIm
P 6 Hi ins, Ohio
J T (tuner, eitr
R Hibinn, TeuD
J K Lorwoad, Als
(1 T M.iora. Ma
Out Maubert, Ls
RO Lsnir, Mo
W RCsdy. Mo
J K Haten, Tenn
T K Vietrkc, O.ilo
Ml-a M K Youns.Tana
R ) VasVsrns, Ms
J Jnokaun, NT
B J :niiiivna A, Ala
8 M J'.nei Aw, Al
n Ri, Din
W H Moore, leaa
V X . ., . i i . . Ti t : A.I.
HPl'atton, NJ B O aldwell, N J
J Jennings Aw, Tenn J Hamilton, Als
The Net Uajrswo.
FARRINGTON, STEWART A WIIITR.
Oats. l. Horn Manarar.
Ratea U 5 toM per osy, scoordins to lsoa-
- ticn of rooms.
H C Brleh, NT MrlO Parr Ai Miu
MiM Parr, Mi A llirabflld. N I
K J Kasrwti. N 0 J P Drown, Ark
lr C A M Psr MitV T J Buchansn.Mli
C J Hauka Aw, Tsna J B Msrria. NO
W Kie. Mo W J Whitburne, Tssn
Miat 1'ittuian, Os OS K UJlssd, 'lsnn
R 11 Knowlra. Kan J H Msore, Miss
J RHmitb, lnd RTTaU. Ins)
W W Wso4. Kr JfKiD, Ark
N K T"dd, ArK 8 L lbompo. Ark
WNKeilir. MiM H 0 Skinner. Mm
T M Brock II n, lad T O Jennisr, Isd
II S Mnrphr, Mo
H i. iiannan, mo
J P Pratt, Als
II J Brad'ey Aw, K T Miu M Bredler, N I
II K opelsnu, n r r ii niair, n i
II T Fowler, w Ao.N 0 8 Mores. Kr
V Merrlfotd. Mia. II O Villipiitul. Os
F K Msasar. Ms W 8 lle.dlor. Mo
ti Dunhams Aw, Mill Hoti'T Btewurt, N O
K 1) Klo, 'l-sim J J Cole, Misa
W li Julaman, Tenn IJ 11 Puh, Ark
John Steele. Tenn 1 M Uordon. Miu
J M Younr, Tonn H J Carnea. Ms
li T Hsinea. Mo 1 ", .
b K Dr, 111 F V Wilaoa, Mioh
MaJ CkeatUaiB, Tonn 0 II Bull, Tsnn
K Is Burton, Tsnn V A Moriwether, Tsaa
JSLewla. Tsna AO hbelden, Ms
CU Adams, Mill J B Johnson. Mill
T 0 Peok. Ark JL Curran, Ark
H II CsraoB, A'a W A Whits. Als
8 8 Coselsnd, Kr C H Ijajlsn, Kr
li J Norton, Mini BI llsndneks. Miss.
W. H. BINGBAM MisaoiB.
Karorsan plan. Knl arias and relurnishsd.
Prioes sooordins to sits and looa
. tion or rooms.
J II Brooks, Ark J P FrunonAw,TBB
T Kiilliran. Tenn Wins L Boll, Mm
T Cktairei, Mis W (J Ui.Tonss, Ark
E M Jesus, MM 4 n JiotJurir. itil
f P Whics, U'eaa Mrs M Svppola, Tena
Mint B Darsstt.Teon Mn K Sllaaiferd.MihS
J V KcboM. Ark ) J Ford, Trria
BT Stoat. Ill 0 pBuiits. NT
P (ihort. Mi, A TsnUaa, NY
MnMTMonok.Olito Mrs K Looks, Tenn
N A MoOr.iakr.Tsnn K B Wsbbor, Tons
Mri"H 0 MoKayresB J II Bosthsrn. N I
W P II Batter. Tssn M A (Ireese, Miai
Mrs 8 Bejaeh, Tssn 11 Besrd Aw. Tenn
MiiiDxii, Tsnn it Muri.hy, Tean
J 8 Kwarno, Ms TCulbarhsunsAw, Ark
T Sullivan, MiM J t-ereir, Tena
W M Tarlor, Ark A Boyd, Tenn
JWlIuUihinaos.Tena H W Boatwiok, Tssn
U A tlrainmer. Ark A Cook, Tsna
) V Kholdon, Ark H Oriner, Tsna
W 0 Triee, Tenn B L Owa, Als
F T Neal, 8 0 U (1 llorisa, Mial
Mr J P Itobo. Mill L 1) Cheats AT, Mill
MraSJ llalkridire.IndO I MoOrow.Tenn
Mr. Ilriknr. lnd L O Hiidler. Misa
Miu M ('balk, Ala Mm WI Ilirkalo.Misi
MuKler Nolans, Als J T t 'l-on AT, Miaa
W II Stiilwcll, Tun Mips Williaias, Tsnn
J U UallSBline, Tonn W M Taylor, Ark
rVnvtnerlv rnmmnrdial Hotel.)
Cor. Front and jcfloron tfta., Memphla.Tena
J. II. PkiddV, Prop r, "I HiohiiKinu, Va.
Tranileut ratsa, tl M to U par day.
T A Roberts, Mlrl Mm M A Burt, On
J M Money t. Ut Mn Arinun Ad, lis
W K Butt, U W 11 Armon, 0
J M ArmsD, a W C Lankan, 'lsnn
MKdtnnnannAw.TennS Turuo-, a
R Phollla f, U Mra Wallor, Tenn
R W llartoit. Ark 8 W Insalla, Ark
(I .lat'tinea, Ark H II Ar.doram, 111
It H Johiiwn, Mill Mi'a Knao Miller, 111
R N Wallwo, Ark C Barnard, Mn
V II Muilini, Tonn (I C Howard. Tenn
V llmiatnn. Tens M n Ald.ir. A'k
C Vil:i, Ark W II Carann, Mial
1' J Henry. RUM 1 r u IMir, miaa
W K 0 lnir Aw, MlflT Pisraon Aw, Ark
A J Wintry. Mo
P Vernon Aw. Mo
C Miolta, Tonn
J 1 1 1 1 in a n . lenn
H M Blank, Tenn
A J Vincent, Ind
L, U Unrit, Ala
A Ht.l, Mo
V It llarriaon, Mial
O T R at, Tonn
II M Pilk.v. Mies
Via Norman Ad, Mid
n Xarra, Ind
II W l'.iat, A In
J Hoeman, Mt
O W Cooper, Miu
J R Sweat, Ark
C Caldwell, Kr
R M lunram, Mill
T Bryant, Maaa
R W R.ers,Tex
T J hhaltoa, Tonn
1) M DanT, Mi h
li Rutland, Miaa
W R t-kuttlo, Mo
J T Sweat. Ark
U W linker, anas
A 1) Hutlili til, Mill
W 8 Kiaer, Maaa
B (1 l'arhiun, Miaa
I. H l.nke. Trnn
CW Wiley, Mich
DsHy'i Karopran Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttrests. Roomi
Kit. 7f,n and si ner oav ! American nan
til per day. Fir-t cl&aa Reataurant In the
Hotel J.M. DUFKV (10 yearawita Pss-
body llotel), froiinetnr.
R J Kills, Tors aHarr.MIl
W J Kullrr. Misa 8 P Mibtoa, Tnaa
j L Tnowipaon, Ark IMJunai, Ark
11 Hardinar, Ark F J Caldwell. Tsnn
V J Hnapii, lenn nni m a roiiiipa,nra
U' 1 lt,Awll. Tenn O Jona. Tenn
R K llicka, Tenn flllllrookintonAw,80
Mrallllrneklna-ton.eUB U Morrla, OU
V ,S Carter. 8 0 Mr .1 Mrisllns, 8 0
J M Fowlor, Un . T J Bleaains;, Mo
m K nilnr. 'lenn 11 (; Mavea. Af K
O 0 hlfi'lian-oil, Mls U W Stephenson, Mill
I. Applewhite, art i, n noiitn, Ars
MraSlRLauslitin.Ark W tl bavia, Ind
T l i'., w. . 1..M n T.I.I.mum T.nn
T P Ilellwoinl.leDn
.1 Nathan. Miaa
i, lean it iiuas, ina .
w i i,e tor, mim
L F Turlebiin, Tenn
8 W Little, Ud
K T A CU Stout, III
Mia J Mo A;e, Miu
Mra Ii.il ton, Tonn
T K Nelaon, Tenn
W B Learnatd, Col
F T llamcr, Mial
J P Walt, Tenn
H O tjimpaon. Tenn
' M Aahley.Tsnn
J II Cots, Mo
j j llenderaon. Mial
T B Abmnthy, 111
II A (Hm. Miaa
K 8 MntKon, Tenn
I llorne Aw, Tenn
J Hidenbendor, Ind
L M Cochran, Teun
J C Hmilh, Tenn
R J lry, Miaa
J W Mead, Ark
LN Anthony, Mlas
L Cops, ,Vo
KnlnbU of Labor Weakening.
Amutkbdam.N. Y., Dtcember 2.
Tbe strnKi;le between capital and la
bor gross more bitter eBoh day. Tbe
Kninhts of Lsborcl lira that their con
dition is all that c-.uld be desired,
while the 'ioociatnd mannfanturers
declare tbat the I ackbone of the or
(jatiieUion in this city is broken. Over
1000 hnds are now at work. Every
ti.ill h.Ba Ion? li t of applicants for
work, lie manufacturers PSHerttbet
before the week chieesthe Kuivhtsof
Lalmr will I e unable lo ontrul indi
vidual members, and lhat in a few
days more the mills will be all run-
nlug to their fall capacity.
MEMlni8 DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 18S6.
THE REPULSIVE SCHD1L
KEPT VEF6BE til S PUBLIC AN
TrrCy rTltnesses on IheSlaud Keep
the Cbnoiiooi Becltatfon of
Londow, December2. In tho O intp-
bill d vorce rase todiy t!e dierfe
first railed Mark Bonvf.r r a witness.
He tts'ificd that he saw the Doka of
Marlborough and Lady Co to camp-
bell in 1882 at the Pit'flset HoleU He
could not swear that the r7 was
Lady Colin Campbell, bnt he Deuevea
at the time she was.
Callinghatn, a waiter In the fumret
Hotel, testified that he waited in a pri
vate roern npon a lady and gentleman
who s'aytd togsiheriu the Iioubr from
Batorday urtil Monday. Tho wilnefs
ideniillfa tr.e uuaeoi aianuuruuvu
and Lady Colin Campbell in the court
room as the couple he had waited upon
on tbe occasion, referred to.
Do La Roche, who was Lord Colin
Campbell's indoor servant in 1883, tes
tified that he used to announce visi
tors to the lady when she was in His
Lordthlp's apartments. Lady Colin
Campbell told witness once on no ac
count to Bnnonr.cs tbe atrivalof Chief
Shaw or the Duke of Marlborough in
the heating af Lord Campbell. Alter
this instruction witness made excuses
when he went to announce trie arri
val of Chief Bhaw or the Duke of
Msrlhoromrb. such as saving tbe
fliok w shed to see Her Ladyship, etc,
Witness had shown the Duke ol Marl
borough into the drawing room eeven
or eight times. Oace the witnes saw
tbe Duke sitting betide Lady Colin on
a settee witb ins arm Demna ner, dm
witness could not tay about or ou ner
waitit. Lady Colin arose when she saw
witness and sne.wss nnrrieu. ine
Duke acted excitedly. Witnera once
saw Chief Bhaw and Lady Colin sit
ting on the settee. Chief Bhaw had
his arm bahind Lady Colin. After
quitting Lird Colin Campbell's sorvica
witness was aiainsswi. uiy vuiiu
bad always acted kindly toward him
ni pa. it b'S rent.
O'Nttill. wl oiwaa a man servant in
the employ of Lord Colin Campbell in
1882, testified that "once, npon
larrying tea to inearawing room, lie
juna tne aoor locxea ana weni
away, returning in a iew miauitu,
he found the door open and saw the
Duke of Marlborougn and may toiia
sitting on the sofa. The cuahiors
were disarranged and Lady Colin waj
flushed. Witotes once saw a note
parlially written from Lady Colin ar
ranging for a meeting at Kilbiirn.
The note begat with the words, "My
Darling George." The same night
Lidy Colin let a gentleman into her
room. When Lady Colin returned
rom Leigh Court, she acked witness
what the fuse in the howe was about
and whether Miss Haer baa told Lord
Colin anything. Witneas leplied that
Miss Ba tr had told witness that Uer
Ladyship had psed the night witQ
tbe Duke of Marl borough while at
Lvigh Court. Lidy Colin replied thut
it whs a "damned lie." Next evening
Miss Baer went away. When witnese
told Lady Colin what Miss Bier had
said, he had . not mentioned
what be mmsau uau seen.
When Lord Colin was in Scotland
Lady Colin went from the house on
Saturday. Auzust 10th, and returned
on the Monday following. Tbe Duke
of Marlborougn and unlet enaw canea
each twice a week during the whole
period of witness employment in the
house. At this point, witness testified
to an set of infidelity on the part of
plaintiff with Chief Bhaw and an ad-
mrnmeut was then taken.
A Warnlna to Hotel Het-pera.
Uabtfobd. Cons.. December 2
Eight proprietors of second rate hotels
and restaurants in this city were ar
rested yesterday for namg oleomar
garine on their tables without display
ing the placard "Oleomargarine Ueed
Here" es required by law under pe nat
ty of $ 0 fine. The cases were con
tinued one wees: under -'uu nona
eat:h. These will he garded as test
lMn1 wtthatrint rmrard tnPntitT.StrmirOl and
itonlttirtilnawt. IV, IVtiH-'a Itaklntf I'owdcr conlatna
iio Aniiiionla,Mnw,Alain or fhoaiihatea. I'r. I'rli'f a
LxtraoU. VaiUUa. Leuion, etc, Baior dollulutuly.
POtCr BAKING POmat CO. CMcsno ana- St ItaSt.
mm m wu'ia a. " a.wa m i m m
awn. i4..,.,ai. nai i hi hiiiiii i naniai, annrtnai
Proclamation by the Oofornor.
The State sf Tenneaaee Wm. B. Bate, (lor-
ernor-lo all a no aball lee lusis rrenenta,
W liKHRAB, It has been mads known to
me that acme unknown ttarty or nar-
tlei ebarRed with bavins commitud a loul
and stroolona mnrdor on the body ol John
Oraham, on the ftlth day of Uotobsr. lflHo. in
our county ol Hhelby, lied
irom luauoa ana
now run nira st larse ;
Nnw. therafora. I. Wm. Tl. Bala. Governor
as sforeaaid, by virtue of the power and au
thority In ms vosted. do hereby oner a re
ward ol two humlreJ and fitly dollara. to
any person or persons whi mar apprehend
the said unknown party or parties, and de
liver him or thorn to thoKheriB or Jailer ol
our county of Shelby, tn oMr that lustlos
in that behall may be had and sxacuted.
ih I reward is made payable, one halt on
delivery to the Sheriff sad one ball on oon
vlctlon. ... . .
In testimony whereof. I bavs hereunto set
my band, aud cauaed the (Ireat beal ol the
State to be alhied at Nashville, ob the lath
da,otN.v.mb.r.l8i.WM B BATB .
B the flnvovnnrl
John Allihon, Secretary of State.
ask your ntallw for V-n Orltrlnal S3 Naaai
KoneOoaalus aulcws bearlus ihlstSlaaia.
JAMES MEANS' S3 ZHOEl
Hade la Button, Uonaroaa ond I-aoiv Beat Ontt
Cl.. A HWtol OWl M'Ut to
nawlll brltiK you Informs
Hun hmf to K.tthla shos la
bUiUior loiriiorj. -a
11 i.inixim nt
This ahi etunda hlalwr In thoeaMrnatton
B,irr, Uan any oini r in ui "",rl"-
sanda Ik WSSi H W lou jou mo ran l
J. W. VOEOFXI &CO
am arllrlf ) 1t' n, 'amiiHi ww
ill v a v
tlA !.':;U. v
If the Liver he- T3TT' T C!
comes torpid, if J. 1, 1 I I, lOs
the bowels are confltrpatcd, or if the
stomach faijs to p'.tf orih' 'iU func
tions properly,. stfeAyet'i Pills.
They are Invalual'ie;';'' .
For some 'years twas a victim to
Liver Complaint, ia"conif(o('nence of
which I ulfTed frbtn General De
bility and I ndifft-stioffi 3 A tow boxes
of Ayer's PilN reHtyei mp. toper
feet health. W.'T. BVjjjhtncy, Hen
derson, W. Va.
For vrnra t have- reHt d :more upoQ
A yer's I'iilt than, an) thiagjajse, to ..
my bow hv'i TIh'sb Pilla are mild In action,
and do their wurk thuruughly. 1 have umtd
Uiin with (T'HiJ fflVet, In casrn of Ubru
nmtisiiir Kidney TrmiMf, and lyi(iepKia.
O. K, Miller, AulcUiiiiiUjib, Jluaiv , ...
Ayer's :Iiils. cured meOf iStornacli end
Llvi'r troublt'a, froarwhlni I lidd iulTerod
(or yctn a. 1 consider tlicm the bent pills
made, niiU would not ie without Uieui.
Morris liates, lowuville,N. y. .... .
. I wan attiickotl !wltli;!Blllon "ever,
which was followed b? JigilK.', and wss
so dangerously: ill tlitat' my jfratiudi de
spiilted of 'inv reedverjv. couimcnoexl
taking Ayer's rills, ib4 oon regained, mf
customary gtrongtli and vigor. JohnC.
1'attUon, Lowell, Nebtaaka. . -f
Last spring I suffered greatly, from a
troublesome humor on my side.- In spite
of every effort to cure this eruption, It In
creased until tbe flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, al the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains In
By the advice ot1 a friend I began taking
Ayer's Pills. In a abort time 1 was free
from pain, my, fond digested properly, th
sores oh my boitV cotmileneed healing,
ami, in less limp one sioum, t, was. cured.
Samuel O, White. AlWta. Ga.
l nave iqnj: una. aw spiral ja my.
famllv.-arid believe tlieW t( be1 tHe best
pills made. S. C. Dardcn, Darden, Hiss.
Mr wife and Utile flrlwarc Ukeivwllh.
Dvsentert a few dirvi, ago, Mitt 'JR at iuc
tx trsn giving them' small dose ot AVer's
Pills, thinking. I would call a doctor if the
disease bccitmo any worse. a slisrt
time tho bloody dMiargri stopped, all
pain went away, awl licallh was restored.
meouore jesting, uitmuouuv a. .
Prepared by Dr. J.C, Aver A Co., Lowell, Maaa,
.. Sold by all Dealers in Medicine.
. , . : f. . i
! hays msnnfactarsd and nr offer for
sale the only and correot souvenir ol
a l I K f l.lBf.KI Y.abowinirtbe
Brooklyn Bridie, Bedloe',Isln'il thw Bat
tery and the New York Harbor inthedii.
Unoe; alio, a eonect Mwlulllon portrait
and antosraph ol tbe celebrates! artwt, n.
HnrllU'ltll. mil ceauiliui "
llnokmark la worked os otoico cplorad
iwlln, ihowing all the details very elearly.
Tbo reverie BldohaT'neanraal I'oein
and a Calendar for 11T, tsuabiinrs Mofal
ss well as ornamental aeaireojf tot tb, year,
Will alio look bandaome as a BMHorelt
for the esntw tal. .A-baawUfuI and
laatini presr. FrtcSonly MJent, Iwo
for 25 cenU. (To aaenU, ll.U0 per doien),
frss by mail. PoiU itampi taken.
L1BEKTI MAJ'UF'G CO.,
ISO Sas'sn SteV'iorjli.' (
A NATURAL TONIC i
PLEASANT TC l;t :
TEE GSEAT BLSOi Z
fetr Dj spejoala,nll Jvriaatr'9uent
t tbe Dlsjwstive Orfrann and IBS
Liver, lklit Dltnaes, Cuts, Burns))
Bc&lda anit Hrttiacs, AflU iHOK
SK'in ls by sf'Ule-
nkaamnilini, Malartnl lllsar
aters, Obronle tlnrrliea stud
silnnts cases of Blood I'oloonlnt,
ylold aylihout lull lo lis woaidsr
tml 4raalw foavst.
Asaa gvoa awiualbiot, ttm MMI
mt mil doslara as, iwstaaswaj
traaa iba A. I. K. Ca., MeJMta, Xts,
PRICE, FIFTV CEMT.
FDR SALE BY ALL DRlfa.lSTS.
At Wholesale In TAV TLEET TO.
Msxriis. November 22, 1886.
TUG nnderaianod nave thii dar formed a)
onnartnerahip Undor the firm name ol
JOSEPH 11. 1'UhLSM ft CO., for the iur-
l oso of carrying on a wrnrrai uraaoa
Mnrlne luanrauss llanlnra. Mr. Joi.
11. Pullen will hava Immediate oontrol and
manasement of ths P""'"..
t VllflD, li- rU ULd ilej
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mxhfhis, Taya., November 22, 1886.
WE have this day sold and transferred to
nhiriea L. sad Joseph 11. Pullen onr
entire Insurance Aseney Bnaiiisis, and ws
bespeak lor tnein a oontinuanoe Ol ins ouai
nsss heretofore sivsnto us.
rr .11. li. ililnn a. to,
rilOBATK COURT SALE
No. 2.19, R.D. In the l'robate Court ol Shelby
County, lennessee j. a. Ajiaonion, au
miniatrator, eto., vi. R. B. Millor, guar
dian, etc , et al.
BY virtue of a decree for resale in thlt
cauae, I will sell at publio auction, to
tho hihit bidder, in front of the Court
houae door, on Magi street, Memphis, len
nessee,on s.iania. December IN. 1NR6.
within legal hours, the following desorlbsd
real estate, to-wlt I
Lying and being In the city of Memphis,
county of bholby, snd Stnts of Tennessee,
...win Known as No. lit. beins the west
half thoreof. fronting 2ft feet on. Market
street and running tack 74 foot 3 inohea.
Terras of Kale One-third c&shs balance
,! In aniial installment in sis and
twelve months i parchaaer to execute notes
with good and sufficient securities tor de
ferred payments, ami a nen reiainea uuvu
the whole ol the purohaae money is paid.
This November 27, 1WH.
iBl,"0",n ' jt, j, OUIOLKI, Clerk.
By Thos. B- Orenshsw, D. C.
Taylor & Carroll, solicitors.
HII r.I.T lJf Is sdlnsUble to meet any need
. k..alnj... 1,1. nhaaner than old atrle. CaB
k nut nn h an one. I nfmanio! for
smi try and Book Miolves. Address
KOCH A. I. HM MfrfV
asi at lias HT.. VEOKIA. Il.Ior,
Slaiuissi UardsfareCOMbt. Louis, Mo.
ka iMlt Sfimvlt.. I ' 1 ' V
a - - ' r a . i
Trrte. .-.:.-..: .1
A BOX of KO-KO TULU
. ti.aiLa f , ' .pVi
For Snle KTerywIifre In flic
R. G. CRAIG &
z ; r a . . . -
rv 7 'lt sT K.
TV, tal.'i.ifc, -f ft . 'Va ' si " y
Drilling or Broad Casting Cotton Seed. The Hest
To Dissolve Copartnerhlilp.
rOnr entire stock has to bs sold by Jan
nary 1, 1887, to Uissidvs Copartnership
nnf Anmnanv retiring.
atari's oflor our immeass stock Beitard-
less oi ajoHi,
Good Felt Hats firs- 2
Fins Felt Hats, New Shape', worth 11.25, T5o
Manulna Boaver Huts 750
Job Lotol Hats, wcrth from Jl to 52 25a
Iteautiful Kosea, all volors ....o lor iuo
natrinh Pnmnona u 10c
Children's Trimmed Hats, worth 12, for tl 00
Boys's Cloth, Velvet and Plmn. Caps,
Ladios' Trimmed Hats, worth ti fi 00
Lotis Plumes from ....50o up
Ostrich Tips, 3 In Bunoh, from 50o up
Birds, Wlnrs, Fancy Feathers, Feather
Bant sto.,atRIllnlonaly a.osra'rioea
M-Don't Loss Your Chance. Remember
Irom this day to January i, lost.
Mr Bridal and HoornlnK Oulflls.
aarThs flnest assortment of DOLLS in the
sjarHats Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
aariioldan Hair Wash by ths Small or Large
No. 8 Mow Beady.
NEW LlXrSTRATKD QIIARTKKLT
ART MAGAZIS K.
PnbUshed by BAn.tr, Banks & Bidpii, Jewelers
ONLY50 Cts. A YEAR.ph"ade'fWa
Dopiee.l6CU(. KillsasDCcialfleld. withnorivsX
Tho Christian Brothers have the pleasure
of announcing tho completion of EXTEN
BIVE ADDITIONS to their College, which
they have provided with all select modern
improvements and conveniences, and they
aro now enabled to accommodate an in
creased number of Boarders, Half Boarders
and Day Studonts. ,
For information concerninu Terms, Board,
Tuition, etc., seo Catalogue, or apply by mail
or in SR0TJIERMAURKLTAN
817 and 81;ST. LOUIS,
N. Second St,, tAMissouin.
LOGGERS' & RAFTERL'JLR.VJtL!- Jit
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
Jtf WttlTK FOU CATALOGUE.
Proclamatiou by the Governor.
The State of Tennesaee-Wm. B. Bate, Gov
ernorTo all wbc snail ses iness preaeuta,
riiKUKAS, It basbeen made known to
W ms that Ham Bruce (o), chnrired with
havlnc committed murder on the body oi
Hosoh Oakley on the day of October, 1886,
in our oounty of Shelby, fled Irom Jnstios
and now running at laraei
Now, therefore. 1, Wm. B. Bate, Ooremor
.rorMBAttl. hw vir-ua of ths. nower and au
thority in ms veated, do hereby offer a re-
aA ni I.. h,,n,lr .nil Atr dollars to SUV
person orperons who may apprehend ths
said Ham Bruce (o), sad deliver hiin to ths
sheriff or Jailor of our oouuty of bhelby,
In order that lustlos In that behalf may be
had and executed. This reward is payable,
half on delivery to sheriff and half on eon-
SAM BRUCE, wanted for killing Roach
Oakley. Is 6 feet inches man. neavy "
broad shoulders, teuuine oolored man, larys
Isatures, keen blaok eyest naa nurnno.
hi.lran. mn.tmih. mnninv back to WhtS
kersi boastin disposition I h-els turn out
more than ordinarily in walking. . stalls
from Moraan Point, near Osceola, Ark., sno
more reoently from Bell's sawmill, near
InTeititnony Whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the Great Seal ol ttie
State to be affixed, at Nashville, on the Vth
day of INovember, im.
n in. s.iAaiiH
- By ths (loversor.
ohn Allison, Beoretary of State.
CHEWING GUM is an
Fnltfrt Statin Be Suro hiiI Buy 3ownlii? Article.
One load ent ant BTthe Pprrndrr will
do us much BOod to tbo prf sent crops as
two ordinarily sprrnd by band.
- .AM- .) . . .if-'.' . . ' .
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITA!., ::::::: tfiw,vuu
Iutereat Ir.ici ou Dopossltr.
OPEN ATIBHATIH VHI1I. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. H. KATZENBERGER, President.
JOnN A. DENIB.
J. W. SCItOxR.
V. H. VMIHWAj,
C OTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Wo. Front Wtrefft. Cor.
OF MEHPHIS-A SAFE
No. 43 MA-IKOJf MIKljl, JiJii- -la, xiia.
B. BCD1.ET FRATMFR,Presldfmt.
Sa, w. ULAvUf tasnivS,
HO ARB OF
W. D. BETHEL. J. K. GODWIN.
THOB, AI.LRN. JHO. OVERTON, J...
Da I. mOUV n 1.1.1., IV. lUUliAX riVAXOiHiv, ira,a.naiiuiauwyi
SAVIReS EMPEUIALLT HOI.ICITED.
THIS INSTITUTION 18 AUTHORIZED
To do a General Banking Business, Disoount
Local Boouriuos. lo noceive uepnsits ana pay uixxtivriax lumara. u .
for Estates, Minors, Truetees, and others. To aot as Trustee. Administrator, Exocntor or
Guardian, same as an Individual. To aot as Receiver for Corporations, Litigants, and la
all cases of Truat.
luyand Hell jsxenange. aiso, nave a who inp"iit "i
n h aafftli kent. A Denoj'tory of the State of Tennessee.
Hpeoial Attention Paid to Colloi-tinns.
HAPOLEON HILL, Preiide.t.
Hi City Pits &K
A QUARTER OF A ilLU0M!t)0LUU.S FULL PAI3 CAPITA
K. TTMTKVHIia, Wl. I. (SOU ,
m uis.uiii.rtk T
JsWswdj imuirt sv
J011N W. COCHRAN,
.Wiaii a ni.TvoA
urDsposlts rsoeived in innli oi 1 and upward, and interest allowed on lams dsbui
wS'bw'and tell local Investment Bonds and Seouritles trally, , pay J JJ
i ..unta an Ananoial busmen rsauiring a safe ana rsiponsisw
I A . Ds WVilDUM.
.1 WOWH. ..a. nwaaw.w. -
"wYla'sns arafj, in lumi to suit pnrohsseri, on all parti i of Butops. . '
SWshavsaoonmodlous Vault for ths deposit of Taluablsi. whioh If at tns samos SI
our customers, Pre of Wisrge.
n. P. UAUDKN, President. EWD. HOLUsaurxi, icwirrojs,
JAMF.S WATHaS. TaBailwr.
BROOKS, BEKLY A CO.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
Ajid Commission Merohants'
jfo. 367 Front Street, : Blemphlo. Ten.s
To Phnters, Merchants & Ginners
Ths isason Uapproaching whsn Cotton beoomes Dusty, Damp and Heavy. By ths use of
The CIMIPIJETE COTTON CldEAWEB
lour ism .Is is improvsd snd Value of Cotton Inoreased. Maohinsi fors b
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
6 JIM) to 171 AdHinia Wtroote Hfffiiii'hl". Tenn.
Cotton Factors and Commission iMerchanta.
No. SUFrcnt Street, CornerlolSonroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Elegant HOI-IDAY GIFT
t Cart Combined.
1 ,1 : , r
1. KATZENBEBGER, Cashier.
T. F. TOHrtT
3. H. BISCOE.
A. 8. MEYKRS.
Fniori. Ivf nirlilM. Tenn.
DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
W. . w ILKFRSOJf, vlee-rreslaenss.
a. r- RKAL). w. b. wia-Bttouo,
W. . K. TA YLOK.. R. t.
I!UTERF.Sr PAID OH DEPOSITS
UNDER TUB LAWS OF TENKE88KB.
Barer, cto. To Buy and Soil Stooks, Bonds aatl
Pntronatte Respectfully hnlioitsd.a .
TT. 5. WlLXEBSOJIi JiMmmm
a, x.Xa.iiiiUVHrus J v
bin us. i;n
JAMES KJ (XT.
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T.Ta3 TJS E1CB.
J. G. HANPW KRK an
DAVID P. HADDEN.
J AMKo A. UMBiitvu.
H. M. NEELY