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THE AFFAIRS OF IREL4ID
X1KRELL C'OHTWCED THAT THE
POSITION OF THE TOASTS
Ii Worse Thas When H Introduced
Bit Aatl-Evlctlon BUI Glad,
atone aad the Government.
Dcblin, December 22. It can be
.uthoritativelv stated that Mr. Parnell
is convinced that the position oi Irish
tenants ia worse now than when be in
troduced bit anti-eviction bill. That
the plan o( campaign baa, aa asserted,
procured abatements In rents, where
everything has failed, be regards as
improbable. He thinks it remarkable
that the government should propose a
coercion bill, as the entire absence of
crime leaves na excuse for coercion.
The suppression of the Irish National
L?ai;UH would inevitably reeu't in the
formation cf secret socio'ies that
would rival one another In the com
mission of crimes, and thus neces
sitate the landlords asking Parliament
ior farther ciercive powers. The pres
ent situation, sava Mr. Parnell, points
Strongly to the probaDility cf the gov
errment being obliged to introduce a
bill reducing rente to the standard
fixed by the recant decisions of the
Land Oommheiona; also admitting
leaseholders. The government's ille
gal method of reducing renta through
Gen. Bailer's action failed except
where "assisted" by moonlighters or
thep'an of ctmpaign. Mr. Parnell
Will lead a otrong attack upon the
whole policy and action of the govern
, ment toward Ireland at the opening
of the cornirg session of Parliament.
The organ of the Irish Loyal and Pa
triotic Union asserts that Mr. O'Brien
visited London secretly fortnight
ago and bad a conference with Mr.
A deputation of the Vicoroy'e Done
gal tenants will shortly proceed to
Lublin and pray for a reduction of
30 per ctnt. in their rents.
Dublin, December 22. The govern
ment, it is reported, has resolved to
Jiroaf outs John Dillon and Mr. Ilealy
or their declarations at yesterday's
meeting of the Executive Commitiee
ot the National Leigne that they
. would contii.ua to carry out the plan
of campaign in defiance of the govern
Tb Ports' Desires Not Tet Granted
Constantinople, Dacember 22.
Gadban Kuotidl, the Special Envoy to
Soil, whom several of the powers at
tempted to have banished from tbe
Porte's diplomatic service, will,
through palace influence, remain in
Bulgaria, despite the ad vioe to tbe con
trary ol the Turkish Ministry. It is
reported that the Porte hoped, through
the Influence of M. Yuulcovich, the
Bulgarian agent in Constantinople, to
bring about a change in the Bulgarian
Regency. Tbe dipiouiiui here, how
ever, believe that the Bulgarians will
refuse to chauge the Kegenov until an
acceptable candidate for the Bulgarian
throne baa been designated. The
Embassies mentioned in List Monday's
dispatches ta having retailed to receive
a deputation of Bulgarian clliuns who
bad fled from their couutrv to the
Turkish capital, and who dealred to
give testimony that tbe present Ke
gency was responsible for the present
condition of tbe country, were the
British, G.irmiD, Austrian and Italian,
The reaa n alleged for the refusal to
receive the dsputatlon was thai it was
composed ot Turkish subjects, who
had no representative cbaraoter.
Seme Fine Ad, ire From tbe Bnaslan
11 ORB. T
St. Fstxbkbokci, December 22. The
Journal dt HI. Ptienburg, commenting
on the inspired article in lust Mon
day's Potl, warning Turksv agonal
coqueting any fur uer wltJi Russii,
Bays: "The insplreis of tbe Potf chose
a moment to utter a threat of war
when all the Europaan Cabinets were
conscientiously seeking to reconcile
the divergent interests which the Bul
garian crisis had created, and when
Turkey and Rticsia had agreed upon a
resolution, reconciling .their interests
in conformity with tbe Berlin t:eaty.
We reserve jii.'gtwmt on the question
whether the gnneral tendency toward
conciliation has upset certain oalcula
tbDS. If the article In the Post had
some other aud ulterior object, the
powers whr reprove a firebraud policy
ought to aUl m their resolution to pre
serve the ptHco, and should a-t firmly
against any attempt to intimidate Tur
key. We hope the powers will not
fail to do B). The Sultan should be
advised that so long as he seeks con
ciliation and pace, ha will find pow
erful sympathiaera and energotio sup
A .leaner In Dlelreait.
London, December 22. The British
steamer Cormorant, fiotn New Orleans
for Bremen, ashore at the Isle of
Wight, has been driven round so that
she lies broadside to tbe beach. She
is in a critical position, and will prob
ably became a wreck if the gale con
tinues, as the tugs are unable to assist
her dnring the p-esent week here.
One hundred bales of cotton have
been jettisoned, which beachmen are
Gladstone Will "neper! the Govern
nent, London. December 22. An inter
change of views between Mr. Glad
stone and bis colleagues of the last
Liberal Cabinet on the attitude to be
adopted by the Liberal party at the
opening of Parliament baa resulted in
an sgreoment to support the govern
ment in all legal etlorts to suppress
the anti-rent campaign, but to urge
the immediate enforcement of soma
form of Mr. ParneU'a bill for the sus
p?nsion of evictions. The Gladstone
circle is Irritated over the action of
Mewr.4. Dillon and O'Brien, and the
anti-rent leadors have been warned
that there is no cbance that the cj-
oppraitonol Mr. Gladstone will can
tnue unl,83they submit to Mr. Par
nell, who, desirous of a common
pilicy with Mr. Ulad tone issnnrmn'nd
of aiming to fupprrssthe yUn of the
campaign. Tbe I'M Mall GatdU da
Clares that both Mr. Gladstone and
Mr. Paroell are no longer in accord
with their followers, who. it
lees tbev discover aud amend their er
ror, will find themselves, when Parlia
ment meets, without even the rnmD
v m fa,., .iuih ibu'.inuuing air. l'ar-
Hell's disp'essure, Messre. Dillon
uurien and Jiealy continue their
anu-rem la;l:cs. tj
BsrliK, December 22 The beaw
snowstorm, which ntlMX rsginu ovnr
large part oKii'r nny, 1ns caused a
comp'e'.o eur-p viyi- n of railway trulllo
with Kixony. Tanrinuin and K.tvaiia
and a partial Mi'pi-nsion of eommuni
taibn with filtsia, Poten, fraujifurt,
Mains. Wormi and Btrasbarwf Alsaee)
The leadio a railroad tinea ars being
cleared by troops. The incessant
downfall of snow makes the work
Dresden has received no mall from
Leipaic or Chemnita for two diys. A
noet mail service bv means of sledges
has been arranged between Dresden,
A dispatch from Caasel say the
storm is raging without abatement
over Central Germany and that no
communication baa been had with
Berlin since Monday.
Semi-official Berlin newspapers are
discussing favorably proposal to
cover tbe expense of increasing the
army by imposing a tax upon incomes
of.fi.C03 marks and upward.
The North German Qaulte expresses
the hope that tbe members of tne
Reichstag during the recess will learn
from their constituents tbe true senti
ments of the neoole regard ng the
military bill, and they will be ready on
their return to vote for ths meaiure
London, December 22. Mr. Glad
stone denies that Mr. Parnell baa
ever visited htm at Ilawarden.
Mar bourns, December 22. The
English cricketers today defeated the
Australian eleven by a ccore of 284
London, December 22. The Amer
ican Consulate in Berlin ia about to be
removed some distance from its pres
ent location, which is in the business
center of tbe city.
Paris, December 22. M. Flouqnet,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, wilt re
ceive tbe Bulgarian deputation as
private persons, but will accord them
no official reception.
Paris, December 22. The news
papers state that M. de Ltsseps at
tended a banquet last evening. In
tbe conrse of a speech he stated that
137,500,000 francs were still needed to
complete the Panama canal.
Cairi, December 22. The claim of
the government to tbe lands la Egypt
owned by Ismail Pacha, the former
Khedive. ha9 been rejected by the
Court, which baa ordered the lands
to be surrendered into tbe custody -of
M. Lavison, Ismail's agent.
Dublin, December 22. Tbe anti
rent agitation in User is spreading
daily, and many tenants are joining
in the movement f jt lower rents. To
day tbe tenants on two largo rotates
in tbe province made a demand for
25 per cent, redaction in their rents.
Birlin, December 22 Herr von
Mold, formerly German Consul at 8L
Petersburg, has bean appointed mas
ter of ceremonies at tbe court of Japan,
the Japenese Umperor having adopted
the etiquette of ths Prussian Court.
The (Yir has donated 1000 marks
to the fund for a moaument to Weber,
Buenoh Avrk December 22. Tele
trams from Cordoba announce twenty
five caues of cholera yesteiday and
nineteen deaths. Ia Mendosa there are
thirty cases daily, and the number of
deaths ere increasing. In this city
during the past eighteen hours there
were thirty-five cases and twenty
Baltiuors, Md., Deneraber 22 A
conference was held at ths First Pres
byterian Church this afternoon for
the purpose ol arranging a programme
of exercises f r the celebration of the
centennial anniversary of the General
Assembly of the Preebyterlan Church
tibe liuld in Philadelphia in 1883.
Tbe Rev. Dr. Palmer, of New OrleanB,
presided. Tbe following ministers
and elders were present: The Rev.
Drs. Abbott E. Kittredge, of New
York; T. R. Ala'.on Smith, Philadel
phia; G. O. Noyes, Illinois; G. P.
Hayes, Cincinnati; W. P. Beed,
Philadelphia; Henry W. Ne'ton,
Geneva, N. Y.: H. J. Van Dyke,
Brooklyn.; Vm, E. Moore, New Haven ;
Wm.. 3. Roberts, "a8sachui6tta; P.
O. Marqnie, New York; Judge Strong,
of the United States Supreme Court;
Wm. B, Neglev, Pitfcburg; Wm. is.
Dodgn, New York; Geo. Johnson,
Philadelphia; the Hon. S. L.Brecken
rldg, St. Louis, who represents North
ern Prrsbyterins. Tberepreaentatives
from the Houthern Presbyteries were
the Rev. D.s. B. M. Palmer and J. R.
Wilson, of New Orleans; F. A. Ham
ilton and J. A, L land, South Caro
lina; P. Joyne.-, T. W. Ballet, A.
Avery aud li. t. Hall, Kentucky; M.
1). Hodge nnd Alexander Martin,
Richmond, Ya.; W. F. Junkiu and
G. W. auickler. Alabama.
A KONT lilUKHAL OFFER I
Tub Voltaic Bklt Co.. Marshall.
Mich., oflcr to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Electrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllicted with Nervoua Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet In sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
JnrigcVoolry and sir. Talraadc.
St. Louis, December 22. Judge
Cooley, the newly-appointtd receiver
lor the Wabaeu lines east ol the Mis
sissippi river, held a lengthy confer
ence a ith Mr. Talmadge, general man
ager for the receivers of the entire
eys'eru, ypetcrJay, and said afterward
to a roporler that be would make a
tour of the entire systom with Mr.
Talmadge with the object ot determin
ing whether or not the east and west
Hues could be operated nnder one
management and their accounts kept
separately. If this could be done, he
thought it would work to the best in
terests of all cencerned.
Of pare Cod Liver Oil, with Hwpe
phosphites, is a moat valuable remf dy
for conenmption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of fleet), a lack of nerve
power and general debility of tbe
Naw York, December 22. The ar
gument on the order to show why
a stay of proi'ee.linas should not be
issued In the cue? o( Ex-Alderman Mo
Qnado, the convicted "boodlcr," so
thtt the case might be carried to the
Bupieme Court on a motion to Lave
the verdict of tbe lower court set
aside and a new trial ordered, was ad
journed this morning by Judge Pratt
in Brooklyn until Tuesday next.
Niw York, Docember 22 Argu
ment was heard this afternoon by
counsel ior Sharpe, Foehay, Kerr and
Richmond before Recorder Smyth, in
the Ciiurt of General Seislons, on the
motion for an order to have the min
utes cf the grand jury which indicted
the defendants produced for their ln
spec'iun. At the clo e ot the hearing
the Court reserved its denial 111.
"Our Itnb'a Flint T.r,"
by imariou Ilarland, with ether valua
ble infoimHtion; f orty-eight pace book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Rtwd A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, Kew York City.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
HUES ANOTHER . REPORT OF
WHAT RE 8AW
At tbe Senth, Indicating Rapid
Progress tad Grawth la Maau
factnres aad Trade.
Baltimors, Md,, December 22.
Tbi Hon. WU lam D. Kelley, of Penn
sylvania, who haa lately made an ex
tensive trip through tbe South, con
tributes to toe .Baltimore uanujactur
ert' Record of December 25th a lengthy
article reviewing the progress of that
section, in which be preeenU some
striking facts as to the great industrial
development now in progress there.
lief- rring to his viiit to the Sooth
in !B07.Judge Klley!'ay: "fhe South
waalandof desolation: ber fl-lde
wera fenceless and uncultivated, and
ber people were without reproductive
atock. or that with which to impel
modern agricultural implements bad
they been bestowed upon them gra
tuitously. They were, numerically
speaking, without seed lor food crops,
except what was bestowed npon them
by personal friends or the government
through the freedmen a .Bureau and
the agencies of tbe Agricultural De
partment." Contrasting this with what he saw
on his late trip, be says: "The pro
gress in wealth, in the ineai a ol Indi
vidual comfort and productive power,
has been marvelous and that the
change wrought from then nntil now
in the immense development of the
coal and Iron 01 e of the State?, and the
increase in number and extent of in
dustrial centers may jastly be regaided
as the work of Titans. The systems of
railroad that now traverse the South
are as perfect in the construction of
roal bed, track and bridges and in
paseenger cars and the means provided
for tbe transportation ot freight! as
those of tbe North. Lateral roads
branch from them lntoaucb valleys as
are known to be specially rich, not in
iron alone, but in other minerals, some
of which are found in such profusion
and juxtaposition as to seem to defy
geologist c laws as elsewhere Illus
trated." "Prior to ths war," Judge Kelley
writes, "the South n-ither had nor
desired to have large cities. It is also
true that her t titismen preferred that
their workshops should be in foreign
lands and that the ships that exported
their products end brought them com
modities in exchange, should be built
and owned by f jreifn'. In this re
spect the contrast is mr-et t-triklng."
Nashville be found to be a beautiful
city, which surprised bim by (he ex
tent and variety of its manufacture!
end tbe magnificence of its buildings.
Chattanooga and Birmingham are
each a marvel hi its own way. In the
former he visited tbe gr.at industrial
enterprises that aie in opeation there,
nnd it was here that bis attention was
first attracted to the neat, commodi
ous and well painted homes of the
negro laborers in mining, smelting and
mucbanical pursuits. The mechani
cal skill cf the colored laborers in
some of these enterprises sureiised
11- 1 1 Jt!--
mm ana convinced mm mat vim au
Industrial art school they would eoon
produce gratifying evidences cf tbe
adaptation of negro labor to mechani
cal pursuits requiring a high degree of
Referring to the prox'mity of coal,
iron ore and limestone at .Birming
ham, he says'that it is not surprising
that the over sanguine men of that
city really believe that they will be
able to make iron so cheaply as to
soon close up tbe works of Pennsyl
vania and force ber iron masters and
their employes to re establish them
selves at Biimingham. This, be
statee, has produced a speculation in
town iota that may retard the imme
diate growth of Birmingham, and
time, by various process?, will deter
mine the actual va'ua of corner luta
n a filty wL03e saceees k to extin
guish tin furnace fires of Pit'sLarg,
Braddosk, Johnbtown, Btitblehem and
generally throughout Pennsylvania.
At Anniston he epont t n days, me. ic
ing a thorough investigation of the
resources of the country tiibutaryto
tint place. Here he found extensive
ironwork?, machine ehope, rolling
mills, carworks and other industries,
beside a largo co.toa mill, which
shipped a considerable part ol its
product direct to Chins, lue com
pany which planned and built Annis
ton owns 50,000 acres of land in which
are immense deposits of brown and
lei hematite, Icsslllliirous, spec
ular and magnetic ore, moun
tains of limestone and seemingly
Inexhaustible eupply of wood and
cooking and gns coal. They ha 1 juet
completed a sixty-mile railroad and
will budd another sixteen, miles in
leng'h, besides two furnaces and other
enter prists. He predicts that though
Anniston l as never had a: Doom,
and though its planting and develop
ment have been managed st) quietly
that its name is hardly recognised by
the popular rar, it will, before two
decades shall bave patted, be one of
the meat remarkable centers of iron,
stoel and kindred induetrioa to be
found in these wonderfully endowed
States Georgia, A'abama and Tonnes
Be. The growth of Atlanta surprised
him. In 1807 be found it in rains
and as'aes. Now It has over 60,000 in
habitants whree prosperity is at'.eated
by everything eeen there.
lu closing, he says: "I have given
but faint intimatl ons of the re
sources of the mineral regions of the
South, of the Impulses that now ani
mate her controlling peopte and of tbe
controlling people, and cf the rapid
strides with which the spirit of tbe
nineteenth century is changing not
only the aspect ol the country, but
the purposes and asDirailons of the
peiplw of the new Sou'h."
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MTJLLIKS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Eow, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
jan a. amuvaa.
ii ftni lira
TThelesale drocera, Cotton Hfottora
And Csamissicn llsrchsnts,
m mi 234 Front St, Memphis,
nwm abahsi abibi mrnHi,
at. X. B. KAmr Us wlioU tin U
(NDUCF.SNOK9 TO MKAOHA.H A IIORTOCT
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Wo. COO Front Street, s Menphia, Tesan.
SUGGS & FE1TIT
ROGERS, COTTON FACTOR
And Comrnission ierchants,
SGO and 62 Front
OsUea Factory Wli
Ho 11 , Union fZtvvnt,
Cotton Factors, YhoIcsalo Grocers,
Ifo. 806 Front street
To Planters, Merchants & Ginnors
Xh Maion Ii approaohtnc whan Cotton booomei Dujtr, Damp and Heavr. By tha nae ol
The COMlJLiETJG COTTON CJdEAJflSIJ
Toariampla li ImproTedandlValuoToCOottonnnoToaMd.BMaohlnci for:alVby
THEJLlVRMORE FOUNDRY AtMACHINEXO.
lOO lo 171 Ailwiww Nireei. memrni, ifiiw,
Km. S AND SM mOKrT STREET, mari'
P. . ALNTOlf.
AUTOEf. I4URY & 00.
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Limo.tVmcut, l'la-lr, HailJiinr ami Flro Urlch, Etc.
Cor, Front aud Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
DECEMBER 23, 188G.
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08 Seoond St., Memphla, Tenti
FOUNDERS & MACUIN1STS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DIALERS IN
.nKinog, Boilers, Kawmllls,
Itrndlord Corn nud lVbeat Hill
Cotton Frews, Cotton Ulna,
Shafting, Pulleys lit c
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on i nor' notio, fnr th Mlirntad Mwlart Patent
Wronahi.a,vi- fuller. W oarrr ia itook ovar
Two llondrod Atiortod eiiel.
ar BenJ for CaUlosoe and Prloa-llit.
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JS0.8.TO0r. X. L. MoSO WAV,
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VIiolesale Grocers and Cotion Factors
AndlDealera In Levee and Ballroad Supplies,
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WM. DEAN, Prai't. I JAMES REILLT, Vioa-Prei't. I JOHN LILLY, Bec'j and Troai.
DEAK-LILLY COFffi &H Co..
Coffee Roasters, Spice Grinders!
Importers nnd Wholesale Dealer In;
TeW 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Wm. Dean. John Lilly. H. Oavln. James Rpllly. W. H. Dean.
MECHANICS SAVINGS Gill.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID rt CAPITAL, : i : : :. : t $100,00r
Interoat Fnld on X3 exposal tea.
OFEH ATCKDATS VH1II. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. II. KATZESBEEGEB, Presided T. KATZENBERGER. Cashier.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
W. H. CARROLL.
J0IW A. DENIB,
J. W. 8f!H0MR,
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75 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASH.
Cash Advances on Consignments. '
ercii M of MenMs,
Capital, $200,009. Surplus, $25,000,
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AND TRUST COMPANY.
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trance,, ana, urveneral, zeoots any ananoial bulneia ronnirini a aaie ana reiponiiBis
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MT We have a oommodioui Vaolt for the depoiit of valaablea, whioh 1 at tbe serviM
oar euitomeri, re oi tnnrs;e.
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KELLY, EOFEE t; Will,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
K. 899 Sfittln Street, fjleyM Blevek.
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. FADER, FRANK & CO.
Hn Mors,Mfeale Grn
21 Front Street. OppoHHe C!nHoTn IIowpc.
S. H. ZSTIS
mt. u 1-2 mo 13 unlcn
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31 and 3G Madison
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Cotton Factors & Commission Osrch'is,
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