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TIIE MEMPIIIS APPEAL: SATIKDAY. MATCC1T 30, 1889.
CARDINAL GIBBONS TALKS
EE DENOUNCES THUS REMARRIAGE
OF DIVORCED PERSONS.
All Such Are Excommunicated "No
Man and No Legislation Can Validly
Dissolve the Contraot" Tromondouo
Candor In Easy Facilities for Dlvorco.
Saltlinorr 3pcrlnl to the New York Herald.
It MMkMd bat yesterday thut I wns chat
ting' with Cardinal Gibbons in Home. Ami
Jot, as His Eminence' has only just ro
mimlctl mo, two years have come ami gone
itnea the memorable days of tho good
Aniiliisuop'H entlirnm iiu nt in ImtCWCt
and his (reliant tijjUt mi behalf of tho
Kiiitflits of Labor.
Finding myself in Baltimore yesterday
morning, I naturally railed to pay my re
spects to His Eminence.
"The Cardinal don't see nobody on Sat
in lavs," sternlv replied a very small boy
Who Opened the door to mo.
However, the Cardinal was kind enough
to relax his rule in my favor, and after
Waiting n moment in the haro and iinns
Buming hall of what is called tho K -i-dailOti
I was ushered uj n Uight of stairs
Into a parlpr.
It luul n very Human look, this parlor,
villi its colli walls, its meager curtains, its
Ciuriflx and its austere decorations; n few
engravings and photographs; a sh inier
Btnro of books arrayed on a table; the
Usual crimson chairs and footstools, with n
couple of arm chairs for the Cardinal atid
bis guests. Aud that was all. I w In
vliat some of our Protestant bishops would
Buy to such simplicity.
Kipially cold aud plain was the exterior
of the residence. A square, gray building,
B'.i'iiding back to back w ith the Cathedral,
villi a few gaunt windows to let in the
liitiil ami an tn-ly doorway approach by a
flight of wooden steps.
Well. Ihabit no fait pas le inoine; nor
does a Cardinal's dignity dejs'nd on such
xnund.ino trifles. lint how very odd it
seems to hear people tulk of Human
Bumptuousncss when one has been admit
ted to the monastic homes of the great men
vho rule the Catholic Church.
with ins KVtlNLM B.
I was making theso and oilier mental
Comments when the door of the parlor
Opened and the Cardinal walkeJBju witb
ouUlretehtd hand to welcome mi'.
''Korean et lneeolim iiu-miiiiitse iiivabit,"
Bnid His Ktninence, smiling, as lie made
nine refen n to our last meeting.
When 1 last saw the Cardinal he was in
liis glory. He hail just returned front that
ceremony in the old Hum Ilea across the
'JiUt, ami was Ih-iiut tlissled Kith con
gratulations, yet ho seemed happier hero
mid his awn p than in his Hoiurii
Splendor. He was brighter ami stronger,
too, hill his fare still wore the samo pale,
Bpirltual look the look of the ascetic and
I roret that 1 am not at liberty to repeat
11 His Eminence's remarks. Some, how
ever, he has authorised me to publish.
BffOMfl Uttt M VIIRUOR.
"I see," said I, "Hint llishop llenly
lately delivered himself of some very
Severn utterances with regard to the ex
clusion from the saerumeu'.s of divorced
rs'ojile who ifinnrry. May 1 ask whether
Jour Kinim-ucc indorses this doctrine
ml will favor mo with the exa t l.itliolir
teaching on the subject of divorce and
I The following is the most striking part
of the pastoral which llishop llriilv i n,-, i
to be nad from the altars of all Catholic
ChiirchuM in Maine a few days ago:
"From all that we have said you ran
judftr of the horror with which all good
Christ inns, and indeed all sensible and
iu-h'aring men, must regaid d.vorce.
Wfll meaning wen are endeavoring, all
too laic, to stem the fearful tide which in
our country is devastating soeial mid
married life. Hut unlil men return to the
true ideal of marriage as a sacrament they
niiuhl as well try to keep out tho ocean
with a broom. Having once degraded
marring to a civil contract, forbidding a
minister of religion even to o-lrl.rali or
I - it, as was the rnso in the colony
times of New England, it is not in the
power of man's words to stay the lowest
of lustful ilesires nor lo restore marriage
to its original purity, unity or holiness.
lnvoHcK i-ium 1 1 1'iM.s iv i oi ht roitnimiKN.
"As for you, children of the church, you
must he in this matU'r a holy nation, u
iiurchascd people, that you may .Its lure
lis virluee w ho hulli rsllm! you out of the
darkness into His marvellous light." (I.
I'eter. li.,0. 1 Therefore, H Ini otues neees
sury for us not only to declare thu doc
ti i - i the clnircli as n .'.irds Imiv in ir
riage, hut to repudiate whatever ma v de
grade in the minds and hearts of the faith
ful. Hence as the Council of Trent de
clares (suasion 24) that 'mstriinoninl castas
li long to ecclesiastic judges,' we do hereby
forbid any Catholic (uiule or female j to lae
(iu any ror-slings for divorce in courts
until the causes or reasons fur tho same
Shall have horn laid Isdore the bishop,
ml we reserve to imrnelvis the slmolulmii
of alTsuch as shall violate the ordinance,
forbidding any priest in our diocese to ad
mil them lo the sacraments until the mut
ter has been thus submitted.
TMK BjnSJBBSJ Of SLI'AUATIOXS.
"And since in a contract it is not just
that one should judge (or himself and an
other also, it is plainly nguiilst reason thai
husband or wife should judge fur litem
Selves of even a temporary separation.
'For lo them that ate married, not I, but
the I -r. I . rsiinmamlrth ib.it the wile
)wrt not from her husband, and il she tie
pnrl tli.it she remain MSJMHfSsi or lie
rii otie.l 1 to her husband.' (I. Cor,
"In all cases where a separation not
legal or perpetual s s ma i-s.nrr, the
case shall be siitnniltisl to a thirl person:
to one whose judgment shall Ik' impartial
before men ami guidod by the law of Hod,
ami the paator of souls is the proper judge
and authority to refer to. Hence I exhort
i. or pastors to exclude from the sii-t.iment
any uiuu or woman living apart from wilo
or hsjsband, unless the reasons therefor
have been previously submitted lo his
TMK CAUDIf Al.'s VlrWS,
"I have no luinieular objection lo ib.it,"
replied thu Cnr.liiinl. "Hie Church holds
lb under certain c'rcumsuuice separa
tion mar l MCsWBfT( hm in no case does
it n .i 1 1 . in .-, Illiph tug tie right to
"The Church holdi marriage to m Irre
vocable. There Is no alouilitle release
allowed a vinculo. The Iiohh-I forbids a
man to have more I bun one wiio or a wifo
to have more than one husband, and we
follow the (iosMM Isseblas)
"Marriage is tiie most inviolable of all
contracts. Adultery uloue may justify a
divorce, In the sense of u sop iratioii. ittit
not in sny casi' dissi it justify a remain
age during the lifetimo of tho two pert
uers lo thu wedding contract. Mows, we
know, p. i mitt. I separnfinu in principle,
but in this toleration the groat las-giver
liad regard to the violent passion of lb
Jewish leople, for whom ,ui legis'ulod,
ami to their liability to fall into giealer
xnsiii i( their dmin for a divorce were
l IIHIST's Tr.AC II1NO.
"Then, you kuow, our Lord Himself
bbjs, 'Whosoever shall uuuu) his wife,
and marry another, committoth adultory,'
while, though an injured consort may bo
justified by the gospel in obtaining 'a di
vorce from bed aud board,' tho church
firmly maintains that this does not imply
the privilege of remarrying, whatever
Protestant commentators may erroneously
assert to the rontrary.
"When tho Pharisees tempted Christ,
yon may remember, tho Savior answered,
And I any to you that whosoever shall
put away his wile, except it be for fornica
tion, and shall marry another, coniuiittetli
adultery; and he that shall marry her that
is put sway oommlMeth adultery.' Hence
no man and no legislation can validly dis
solve the contract.
"Marl;, l.uke and Paul all flatly forbid
divorce a vinculo. The law of tho Catho
lic Church is inflexible. Tope Clement
VII. refused to sanction Henry VIH.'s
divorce from Cathcrino of Aragon, and
England am lost to tho church.
Till VI A I. EVASIONS.
"Tho easo with which releases from
inatrimonial contracts are obtained iu
some of our Stales is fraught with danger
ous coiiHcuiionccs. Some of tho preteudod
causes invoked are so trivial that they
would raise a smile if tho mutter were not
so terribly serious.
"You may shrink from the rigor of the
Catholic teaching, but surely it is merciful
beside the cruel 0MaQJMBOM of tho indis
criminate divorces we seo nowadays.
"Yes, the remarriage of u divorced Cath
olic during bis partner's lifetime BOOM II
ily involves his being put outside the pale
of the church. In suchcases it is not only
tho right, but the duty of our priests tore'
fuse the olleiiiler alisolution or the sacra
ments, lint 1 should hosituto to go so far
as to refuse the sacraments to a Catholic
who had merely obtained a divorce."
THE CAIID1KAI. OX l l.KVKl.ANI).
The conversation hero branched ofV to
other subjects. His Eminence had much
to say about Washington Hairs, and in
passing paid nn eloquent tribute to ex
"I have a deep respect for Mr. Cleve
land," he remarked. "1 mliuiru him for
his uprightness, his manliness sjm bis in
dcH.'hdencc. Whether he will remain tho
national leader of his party will depend on
thu turn opinion may lake with regard to
tho tar ill'."
Tim r viiniNAL's new nooK.
"I understand," said I, "that Y'otir Em
inence is hard ut work again upon n new
book. May 1 usk fur a brief outline of its
"Well, to bo candid," replied Cardinal
Millions, "1 am avetse to saying much
about it yet, lest my motives should be
misunderstood. This much I may tell
you. Iain thinking of calling the book
'Our Christian Heritage. ' It will bo a
small work, about the sumo si.u as 'Tho
i'uith of Our Fathers,' and written iu a
"Its object will be to show the bounty
and necessity of religion iu these days
when it is so fashionable to sol up the
teachings of Paganism, of Uuddhism ami
even Mohammedanism as luoto kui ad
than our faith to the wants of humanity.
I want to show the need of our chngiug to
fundamental truths to the existence of
iod, to the doctrine of iiuuiorlulily, to the
is iiel in OOMBSSSBM and lo the trulh that
conscience is the voice of Cod. I shall
endeavor to show tho need of religion to
the individual, to the family ami to soci
ety. Aud I shall draw my arguments not
alone from Holy Wiit, us you might ev
DMSj hut from reason , ipioling philoso
pliers, historians and sMSMUMBj especially
"May 1 ask you. Your Eminence, if you
intend tu take uny Sns'iiI notice of the re
cent onslaughts of llishop CoXe on the
Wushingtvn I'niversity and what ho seems
to regard as the danger of "foreign inter-fen-nce'
in education'' "
"No; I do not 1 think it wisest to ig
nore such attacks, Their objects are too
plsiu. Ilesidea, Bishop Kyun, of Itutlulo,
lias already given them the best answer.
It will lie remembered that in the reply
to winch the Cardinal referred llishop
Cnxe wss ..ninercifully denounced as a
"WkuCl lo i Nihil?"
ShskesM'are said there was nothing, hut
there ia Would OsSHST have had sin ii
notoriety if his name hud la-en Caleb W.
1'ickcragiir,' Think of Patu drawing $7,
(W a night if the bill boards announced
boras Jane llrown! Thu idea is absurd.
Or. Pierre's I'leusanl Purgative Pellets is a
nsme that has made a reconl. These
tiny, iii ii i mied pills cure sick anil bil
ious hrndsrhe, bowel coiupluiuts, iuteniul
fever and cosiiveucss.
Krrtm Trial sillliut.
Visiling Moiher lii l iw How glad I
to see yen, my dear daughter.
Hniirlili r in Liw 1 am so glad to see you
It is-.iL,ii. in you to travel that I. Hindu
e in. i to see mr. Take ofT vour things.
(nut you are birr voii mii-l not think
of having us before llio In i train in tlir
Hn r In I I irk.
Twoorlhrce yearn ago a negro Imy on my
place near Franklin, Ky , was lonneiileil
with an apparuully incurable rase of scrof
ula, whirh luled him a long lime nud
gave him great trouble. AfU'r living tunny
oilier rruit-dioa, 1 at length went to lr.
Morris's drug storu in this place and
iHiugbt several liotllre of S. S. S., by tak
ing which, ami nothing else, he was fully
mid Nrmaneutly cured. He is now a
stout man, and at the time I routine 1101
giving him S. S. S. tho bones were work
ing out of his arm could use hut one arm,
ami tho doctors said nothing rould do bun
any go-sl, but 1 had tried S. S. S. and seen
it tried, and felt that it would run1 him.
John II. lisAiMikU.
Franklin, Ky., Her I.I. ss.
is Install lo Injury.
from Trios sirihis.
Ilullrr I've got no use for young Snob
Urly. Friend Vl'llSl bus be ln-rn doing?
"I met him Ihe oilier day slid he didn't
tskr nil his bat to mr. I wouldn't have
moided tlml o nun Ii If be I. mill I been
owing mr for Hint Idrullcul bat."
tollable asMl Always Iks Sstmr.
Ilr.indn'th'a Pills are the oldest, safest and
best hlissl pio I' , r ami purttalive known,
They are purely vigetuble, therefore harm
less. Tin v nn always the nsme and always
produce the sanir rtlnl tnln r purgatives
reipilre him used dos s and llnslly 1 u '
lug sllogrtlirr A roiirw-of one or two of
llrsndretli'a I' ll- Inkrn raidi nialit Is a MSf
t vp tun for 1 uii-tlpnlloti, hrad n In 1 , I nil
.ili"ii. ihsurder. If you ran t hike lliciu
plum, get them silgs unit id
Ahy ISSMI "nil Kirks
Fnim Trssi sitilnis.
"My opinion Is that throe Irish Iroublr
up .1 mil conlfort to F.nglsiid."
' Hpa dn you makn that out?"
' I'nl you cvrr wear a sur of very light
' Will, didn't tlnv in iVo ..u f .1 1 nil
1 your OthSf nilsrrin? Irrlaml Is Johnny
lluli's liirbt boot."
nnkrr's sarsnua wt UTSS OH
Pemiil- roiilmls Slid rims iiiumilliii To hi
siirr siiosw. Insist on IkU. r nil IS' 1, I . II V K I It
1 Srllsllr Trlniiipli.
I rum the Ntwr Vork Wsrklr.
M. Illurfrm (mail drrwmakrr) "Thin Is
the pminlrst day of my life!"
Admiring Wlfc-"Whst new honor has
been heaped ntmn your'
"I attended edrssa rehearsal nt I he Fashion
theater, and everybody admitted thsl luy
arrssssacusi nriu a uuu nuiiiis
HONORING SOUTHERN CHARAOTBR.
Senator Hoar'a Tribute and Senator
Daniel's Reply- Southern Comment.
From 1 1 u 1 . 1 ,., 1 1 v 1 1 ie ( M in. ) Ttraso.
In tho debate on tho resolution to in
vestigate certain Southern elections Sena
tor Hoar responded to Senator Panicle;
nud we copy us follows from his speech:
"I believe these two races can live to
gether in peace, in aflbctioa, In glory, as
neighbors, as brethren, ns equals -divid-(fig
iimoii.; the political parties which ex
ist 111 this country as the people of tho
while rare have done.
"Mr. Prcsidonl, I do not expect these
rem.irks to bo so received, but 1 make
Mmoi in no spirit of hostility; 1 make them
with a full knowledge of the diillcult
problem that awaits us, and the problem
that especially concerns our friends south
of Mason's and Dlson'l lino; hut 1 re
member when 1 make them that the per
son bears the sound of mv voice this mo
ment, who in his lifetime will seo M.OUO ,
(KH) negroes dwelling in those States. If
y 11 go on with these methods which tiro
reported to us on w hat wo deem pretty
good evidence, you are sowing in the
breast of that race BBBsd from which is to
come ,1 harvest of horror and blood.
"We desire, those of us who live in the
North, to do everything thai we can to
help you if you will only accept our help
ami not spurn it. We will pour out our
money like water; you may tax us bv the
ten million, or tho hundred million, or the
thousand million, if ii is msjdod, to give
these peonle the intelligence and educa
tion Which is necessary to lit them lo live
M ith you as citizens.
"I know, too, when I say these things,
that 1 am saying them of my countrymen.
I am saying them of men with us gallant,
noble ami honorable, traits, where this
race prejudico dis's not get puicsinu of
their souls, us ever existed on tho face of
the earth. They have home ipialities
which I cannot even presume lo claim in
an cipial degree for the N-oplo among
whom 1 myself dwell. Tin y have an apt
ness for command which makes the inb
orn gentleman, wherever he goes, not a
piser only, but a prince. They lisS a love
of home; they have, the best'of them and
the 1 11 oh t of them, inherited from the
giv.it race from which they 1 ie,
the sense of duty and the' instinct
of honor ns 110 other people on the lin e 4
I ho earth. They are lovers of homo.
They have not the MM trails thai poSI
up somewhere in places where money
making is tho chief end of life. Thov
have, above nil and giving value to all,
that supreme and superb const incv which,
without regurd to personal ambition, with
out yielding to the temptation of wealth,
without getting tired, and without getting
diverted, ran pursue a great public object
in and out, year alter year, aud generation
"In the great future whirl tho 100,000,
IKK) ami the ) 1,11 i.ihM wb 1 are to inhabit
.and rule this continent arc to enjoy, the
l .iiest sinl the most glorious part, my
brethren, is to In si ted by you. lint I do
not believe it is ugood thing thut n MMfs
tiou of young men an v where shall Isi
brought up to believe tlml the election
methods which we lu ur of and know
are honorable or reputable. Howcvertbat
may be, let us know the facts."
Tin) generous terms in which the M.m-.i-chiisetls
Senator sHMks of Soulheiii men
and Southern trai s can but temper iuiN'ri
Usa and plant Ihe Inn I of Imp,- 111 the mint
lusonileut. For 111 the giatcful light his
ebHuont Innguage sboiU we see that un
derneath th-distort' I and rcpollont sur
face of sectional politics them Hows a bmsd,
warm current of national life and brother
hood; under its outer skin are sinews that
knit Bud strengthen the Ism. Is of uiiiiv
and kinship If Mr. Hoar, for whoso
manhood ami integrity ol pmp we have
always unterUlued and exnreaw-d the
highest rxsp ct, would only Ih just us well
Us generous, il be would "pbli k the m ite
from his eye" that he might 111010 truly
understand and see the "beam in his
I'lolbur's," ho would know that we are
dealing with our burl roiidi'ion as best
we can. As Mr. Daniel, in Ins graceful
acknowledgment of his adversary's trib
"The Senator has expressed so many
noble senlimeuui iu Ins shs'i Ii, with surd
tasteful el.spienre and with such a high
appreciation of those with whom I sin
more nearly identified, that I could but
forgive him ere he trot through for what
he oaid in the beginning, and I could but
leel thai in uny arguim-nt 1 might submit
I wns appealing to n min i winch was not
only capable ol justice, but which on some
sides of it would Ite quirk to nNjud lo
"This ipicrv is i lined lo me when I heard
his eulogy upon the character of Nuitliern
men, their love of homo, their sense of
honor, their constancy and devotion to
duty. I Wondered whether Ihe N nat.n
would not add the additional roll rtinn
that men of aurh character and such in
telligence, and of such a neuso of honor,
right present wiih s iuestion and dealing
with It, were perhaps ,w well aware of the
facts concerning it and arm ns rinieteut
to judgo of the moltnaU by which it rould
Is dealt with as aSeuatoru thousand miles
In his argument agninst the constitution
ality of the contemplated process, bis cita
tions of authority, Mr. DaaM was strong
II not Inisiulrovertilde. Hut graining the
I .1 tioanship of the proaaiilioii, its inirs
lire and unwisiloiii, Would it not he better
practice to waive our isoiitioii nud snpii
esre in its ruuetment' It would, we b
lieve, Is) wise and politic lo throw side
o ii our donrs, ami place neither let nor
hindrance U'tweeti itivosliguliun, hnsul
and s nn bine, nml our i loscicd skeletons
OpiKsiing invesligntioii wsuiis evasive
mid ilins-ls isintroversy iisin a false issue;
the emsteiiro or the lion rxiatenee of our
"melhoils." This is tho npixTlunltv of
plUllslllU. Tile real issue is whether our
methods are, sa Senator Hisir Isdieves, for
the mere maintenance of Ih ims-ratie su
promnry, or, as we rlsiin, rsnentisl and in
disM'iisuiilo to order ami riilis,ilion; thai
repulsive and sbhorrrnt us they am, they
are b-as so than their alternative. This is
sue we ran only win by tho co-operative
intelligence ami patriotism oi istih partu s,
and the lirst sleti to tins mil istonroxe
our rfse, lo make plsiu that 110 olbrr
(sitirse is left us. The lines of our politi
cal destniy are all hum. hut the long strife
and resislnuce sgsinst these invciligst un,
the interference of Federal authority has
been futile, and we fuorgiwng it the rein
to run lis course.
I 1 KmprrM I ii(nili , M, , . nBr
rpun s falls uSSSa
Many are pusxbsl to know why of nil
plmrs the 'Jiiecn ebose lllsrrits for her resl
dein e ubriNid. It is Iwlievod by anine lhal
F.mpresa F.ugriile, who Is beloved by Her
Majesty, bml inurh Influence indeilding for
llisrrilr. It would not seem -u -1, ,,
Kilgi n i" "Minn aided the plsre where sin
bud In en prulst d Si soman and sovereign,
w hen' she had rstaldihi d I, rr country pal
an. sn l wbue she win urrounded by the
Imperial Court. An Incident that umuirsd
In thnM'days bsd Ita eflkrt In later years:
Thr Empress was seated 011 the Israeli one
day, mirnmmhsl by a bevy of Indies. They
werr preparing sonie game, and the rbalrs
in 10 1 urn loi tins when the lord In
walling annul. need Mini and Miles .1,
Hlsmnrrk.'' I'bnlrs rraumisl Dn tr places. I In.
F.nipn .s and ladhss their liniar (sMltlon. the
tout, mstninly Mine de liisiuarek waltrd
for StWDS sttSSOOS from Her Majesty. Hut
ll,e lli-i" 10 s belli s wi-r- not siii.,. live
Thr y bsd corkscrew SSris, atraw lists IsM
iiudei ibelr 1 hinvshorl. thick wslalssnd big,
double solid boots thsl they placed on lbs
chair rails npiswlte to them. Somebody
said. "Muu Ulcul rsgsrdsB douc, fuels
nleds! ' snd tlje empress could not restrain
her mirth. 1 ho fret were quickly concealed,
and In a moment m,,,. ,u, Hisinnn-k. with
bor dnughtens left 11 circle, too liixli bred
to notice the rudeness of her imperial
hostess, Hut, all , m n0 ,,v.
deuce of the ofli 1 1 received, DIsroarek
heard the story Slid for years it wai hlscou
slant worry. At Fans ho alluded to It In
sarcastic BMnnrr, 111 I In tho hour ol Ills
triumph at Vsrsail , ,. "i i. French
will now he in tin ir p. tits soulli
ing that means the adversary It obliged to
The Jersey l.ity.
There seems to be tmall doubt, says the
Brooklyn is'tf'r, that the Lily of Jersey is
now Mrs. licbhardt and that the has been
adding lately to In r famous collection of old
silver number of pieces from Ti irony's. I
am told that her journey to Kngland lust
summer and heroflcr'to her busband offs's),
UOU for her freedom wins what Hi, ally n nred
the divorce (or Which she has been growing
more intensely an ,11 1 a, h month, until it
has Is'Coine a perl. 1 u wiili her. Mr.
skngtry has hebl otlt manfully, bul when
he discovered that she had reached her limit
in price, and even her intense desire for
freedom could not persuade her lo go up
another cent, he . on. hi led to accept her
offer. Ho intense bad become Mrs l.nngtry s
wish lobe the wife 01 Mr. ( n Mini ill that,
the mnlls bringing the decree of divorce by
the hist evening deli very on Monde) . by I J SO
on Tuesday she was ngnin a w ife." Within
the last two years this bus become s matter
of such deep feelbu; with In r that she has not
hesitated to speak i t it in Ihe most open
manner. She said t a woman not long
.since -a woman w ho is living apart from her
husband, but w ho had never sued lor di
vorcethat she could not understand hot
course of action, ' lint, my dear," said
her friend, "why should I ssk for 11 di
vorce? I liuve 110 ih -ire to remarry, nud it
would merely permit nn husband to do SO,
Hut I henr M urr snxious to get one," she
added, loosing Cnfiously nl the Kngiish
woman. "Aoxlousl 1 1 Mrs. latnglry,
spritieing tu her feel ami clinching her
hands, while the P ars iiitne to her eves
through the Intensity of her feeliiiL-s, ' I
would give any rrusonnhle thing 111 the
world for It, and 1 0Bnt)ol see bow I can bear
It It It doss wot soon come." she nml Had
ing felt very similar 011 this subject. The
laitsT raesiesd hat dltmros while she wns
traveling with 1'osjinlin in South America
nml was loud In the sipMSSMM of hsr Mth
fuel Ion and delight, Ihongl 1 don't believe
that she bad any -pee in I .1. .hn of ImSSSdf
nteiv sabstttnting anyone else for the sa
husband, slid It WSJ tilers delight iu free
dom w bich Woke In 1 joy,
CHILDREN SHOULD BE TAUCIIT
tr tr u
Wolffs ACME Blacking
yott sT ofMkialr Bi Shora m r rot
bonis l ISs-. i,- mlm ih.. n-nnllia.
fur Sow mans
Tara lUekluawlll oua
jrwr'a MTloa- I hUoa UnUwr r t
WOLFF A RANDOLPH, PhiladelphU.
BdS kf S SSslois. niim Sill il I
Drs. BETTS & BETTS
ai(J Main Rt., Memphis,
Ixill. f.Mlisa. Hast tin siii.ljr n
Snda life a bsiMii. svfKI.V, t
" 1 iKivA rM.T 11 am
nt nnit mti m i"
rtlrfs Is isi ismIIs. Me.. 1 1. loir
lie lias rst inereiin K- r..lala.
Hlnn lMsa. fimi-lea. t'l
M art and hnini. s.io.iil.' a
i.luls. I r).s-l.u. 1 1 .t
l riiers. I.i.i. In Hie
hi. Sue TtieavL Mnnih
l IU KMANKNTI.V
and lllaiH. r I roi l.tia
rrr'n' of 1 r1h' i I'rttHi lici rliif or
with milk ns1 HMtil "N swuifllttK iirinsi's)
fyttllK ft , fa. tnjiiljf uJ Malvly cured.
TO YOUNG HER AND UIDDLB-AGKD M!iN.
A SURE CUR1
Wltti tl lit r1r'l i
I, I rlnfs
it.fitlliis Ikeui fur btuliesv.
kSBj onlsrlss on thai hapir
IsMlllf, qstekly aitstsa.
irsl I'nv llnaj rilprrtriinr
atissrlallr Hurtieil wss
v.. In law sis- pn-imreS In
naullsscii tsati, Uoiai'f'scl
mr tnr relslifmlrst work, nn
Is I' sla llaisara 'I hnn
III, . an.;
Is ti.osrt g
SSS la'- is
mmrsinlsS kflisss'. is iams Anrtrrwnr e.ll on
I KS. BKTTH ft BKTTS.
sw nrnrt ir i "am iosi'.m.
FOR MEN ONLY!
I POSITIVE T,: I V'AVA
flfTDns." . .a Sra- jsiss umm
11 II JLV MM . y ... , i.n iaa.aia mi w in
Pi. .,1, . si. a, sic.
Hm talam aal
. iss a r B i s . i Atmr.
. i , r ...... . i. . 4.,
. . ..IImOjiIihI-H
ii , . I...!!... ar-S awraw m .1 1-4
mi ni to ssliais. n. .
-.M',1,. II an
Asm. Him III
fa srfsst a e-
l !l(rUKSTKIl r. o ,
.in' .I- tilS
111 M. .. I.IMI. aau
- iwSlsshls Musi.
1. Sraarkllla, Mrak
rhrSSl tllaaaasM, Il
. ioM--ia, II RSI
Hi SVaSi . o
. a ssa lirr'i.
UtS lU.,lMsllatS, US WUIISSI
u, ,,. 1 anu norvom iiuorerri. sucn si wma ana ram in ma sinmnrh Sicl: Hs.irlncho Cliti'inrij I n',
hrss. anil MMNss attnr Moali. Oillinnii sad Drownlnrii. Cold Chills. Flinhinoi of Hoot. Los of Anti -tits
Bnorlnsssn Br-.th Coitlvcnom, Scurvy, Blotches on tlw Skin. DUturtifd Slsep, Frightful Drrnni. ind a 11
?1 ,' ,,,,,tT,rcm,,,,'8 8""!,,i""i C. THE FIRST 00SE WILL GIVE HFLlEF ifl TWENTY MINUTES
iicknr.whii.il '"V "''T'-''J''''cr Is . s.niesily In, it, i to try ouo Uox at Hi. so I Ills, ami illoy will ho
scannwieriirert to tvn n II ".e. e;V,l VfeiheOn'.
IISlHIIII PtLU, ISBSS as illivctej, will quleklr rrsferr femnln to cimtilsto hrnlth. F.irs
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
aSsnS siHi6-0.16 1"'! AT ''" i" ' ' :"' is- Hi" Vital Organ! : StresgthrnHis IBS
tuuseiihir S.atem ; rtsstnrlns lotiir-lisjt Cump silon : tniiiKlns back IBS kstlsSSS of auin-lit. niii
sin.n.1,,, ui Hie ROSEBUD OF HEALTH lbs ,r,.Je phy,! .. rfftot il,e ,m m.i u "', 1
Sis. Cauls sliiililrsl hr Uiousainlii. Ill all clnms-s a.s lely ; BBdoMerUMbsMarearsntsasioiiia
u&mm r;,s.,?!f,,r,u,8.r the laro"1 sale of
s.j 1 h..Pficp"rr!1 onty b,t rnnm- Pajtai .11. St, Helms, I nneiist.lrr. narlnnrl.
s.-u .,, I r.,th. B. F. ALLEN a CO.. M ssd 307 C.ssl St., Nee York. "l """. for
Hie I lllU' l hlsl. . lf ,,Mr uiugsial SSSS Hot BSSP lluni.)
Vnil MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX.
CasterU is Dr. Sam! PftcW's M, t-nrmlsss anrt qntrlr onre for
lufisaia' aud Childron's Ooui:aluts. Superior to Caator ) L
PnrKorlo op Nhi-ocMo S)Tuja. Chtlilnsn cry for Caatoriov. Mil
liens of Mothers Mess Cnvtoilu.
Csslxrln rnrrs relic, renal ImI Ion (
Hnr tlont.'M'h, lifarrtio-a, rrunatlent
1 .0 heal: lis- i ! - . : ill -hi I . c'i. .-Inn ;
lllunil uarctHlo ati.fs'lacbuu.
The Stevenson Land & mproTement to.
N.M-oi.roN nuv PrssL h PTJDLbTI ntAV-nt v r ... t il j. pi.ack, Tr.
JUIIN J Ki:i:i: S S r y uml '" neral Manager.
Dibkctobs John '. Ultimo, of I nilni in. Alrismlrr A f'o , Xc-.t York, W. J. Crawfor l
of Mnllory, 1 rn.n'or.l X I n.. W. K. IsSTS, late of Oaodbar. lane .t I'o.; W F. Tsyl ir. ot
W. K. Taylor .V l o : V. Uiwrnstrln, of II laiweiialslfl & BlUB J Ose Xrnohl, prnifaMtef
Oso. Arnold Co.; V Kill, prsstdsnt OsJoa dl I'lunters Hank, It 1). t'.ojrsor, prsssisatti
1111 ily llank, John II. Vsught, stlornc) at law. Hirrciisoii.
This roinpanv lately or a ile.l. has pun has si s rrral LhdMH mil acres of lainl Ininir
II itrly siirm linn :tlie l 's. al Sc. iu Alii., one of I In- inc. I lnalthfnTi.nl plstai
raojas looailoai ta Roeta Afaasasii At the junction of to of th m.ni iiniHirtmit nil
msds of lbs Hontb, tbs Msasphts x Csarisstoa emi N. u, .v st. Loala. hhIi two etajet
Nans irojri .s slid tn Iss hiiili in Ihe near fillnrs it lias inirivslr I f icllit.i l.o Ii h r BSO
curina tlir ruw iiintrriul a'l l foi diitil'.iiln.ii . f lli" iinninf eture t (.roiluci.
It ia III til" Il nrt of tl 1. in t Ullp VtMl colltery diftltel of Ihe Noutlk, not SB SaMlNJ
rven Itirml i(liniii, s nl ll::S nn nliiiinlaiiee ol iron ore Within eiev r. a Ii Willi the snr
ronndlnjf Monstsin stdss covered wlUt rslasbts llsissr, sjist srlta a louiiiifui sniplvei
wster, NMHB would arrin to he iiothiiia: I rkins; iiisinr tlir hiiKilin up al id's la. ore 1
Milnl of a h.rK" inainif. e nriint city, and to aid In . lo ng tins the L'uSUaiiy will donate
Kround .ind rrndrr otln r siilrslnntial aid.
T he a i" rl is now btitig laid oT into I iwn lots which Will in he placed upon
Id.' linn k. t.
In the meantime thr Company proposes at an rsrly day to ofTsr for sale sllniltrl
aWHst H il Trr.isnry BSSsk nl n price su I Up m teriin that sill he nllrscliva, ilun an
liollie enieiil of which Will nptc-ir in these miliums
tu) The Finr I
Ton,, lor Invalids,
Nursing Mo. hers.
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(l.Alt or ('. W. (it) Y Kit at 00.)
Wholesale Provision Dealer
OflU'o and Warehouso, 101 it 107 TonnnnnoA Ht. Telophono 230.
MKMI'HIH TRKN. Msnd X 1M
Wlns lo sinnnnrs to our fr.snds Uiat, bsvlnt. just ronip'ct'd s ve jr Ur.-e n . I r .in-
nn dn aw oh hi Hi III f Ihn Ksn-si I I v Hn-lnn-11 X HsSSBSalS and Hi" Ms
mipl Vullr l( dlro nls. uml harms dlrrrt i oiimiol hi also with all other r.illr. a Is rrn
trriu, in III'- cite. Id irdv overr.oninir Id I II M jr rstssnss of ilrayage on rsr-load lots our
fin ilme. are niis irp,isse.( (or the rafl l ilistrli of biisini-as
liar ar. lion. , wdieh Is hullt of aloim and drlei. It perfn I I n seery detail. Iisrlnffsll
Maata Improvrmriiia. and is, a-rhsp, the b.st mn'tru. led hall.llaa; In idsNoutd for Ih
handling of rroviaii.na.
Thr foot Ida! Mrala and fjird sd mid '" at rs I out , iu r- . re'U'i lurlna thr uioiurr
no'iihs. In ths conalrii) tnn of o ir hulid liK wn have sivrn Ull s"rUI atom on.
ThsuLI k our friends (or I rrv UasSM p iiron. f In the past, and nn .1-. it n
nl nuance of tNe same, we aore 'i' in tdil all nrdris and lii U ilm Mill n i I e
prompt Bltsaioa Very rniirrtiuily,
1 KHANK aa, TAVI.HU Ar OO.
N. fl Wo am also prepared to fill urdria lor srticlrs lul in our linn si vsry lossst
MONEY TO LOAN
OM COTT'iN I'l.ANTATIOSS IM TIIK liTATI-S r
MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS as LOUISIANA
OUli K m I KS VKAIf INSTAIiLMKNTLOAN
llY Wllli'M A s hi I Ins or TIIK HllirUfftfi IS lil.l'AlU BA( II VKAK. IS TIIK
CHtAPCST FORI OF LOAN, AS IT MAKES THE SECURITY W, SAVIHGS BANK FOB
IHE INCOME OF THE BORROWER.
I lilsaSW lis SSS n IT till luili nn "Inssa will. mil aiiisuaiin, any xnr Ilia w Imla prnwsMa ol hU rrra,
ALSO, WE MAKE LOANS ALL PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEARS
FRANCIS SMITH, CALDWELL 8c CO.,
Rooms O. IO. II A 12. COTTON EXCHANGE Rullillntr. MEMPHIS. TENN
CHAIO de CO.
a. a. ORAM) a oo . mimshis. tmm
vY. J. VIEN
Ml'uiiTans and li: vi.i lis in
av xi. at
cut ii nl , fi
AND FItS HINCr TA KI
No. 347 Main Strcat, Memphis,
aaThs larjnst , 4 Brst Ansortiufi tin li-
a-. .... S- A A
MX. ' IS
MI rrss.mnHn.l OsMsrlB for rlnlilrrn's
rs.in.latnla,aa supriiorti.i'ni irvHctiitiuu
takSSM Is ins " II. A. Annual, M. U,
III is... oxfuisl t. , .r.- , , i.. N.T.
('KSTira OosriSY, t Mnrrsjr HU, New York.
Mill Hr-eiier and
NA Sc CO.
'J. Tfis Trscls Bupp llstl st Loirrst Pries.
.saTsTff If III v
. CHANCERY SALE
I TTl A T It, irn a m-rsi
Ko. O.IWI II. Ill Mis riliinr-prr fiillrt nf v,i.1vb
is.iiuty.- slulu ol it!liiK.r.' . .Mury li. llorroo
M aL i
Ilv vlrtiir of nn Ii tir'iHntorv ilis ave tornalsvlH
liM.'.l In tin' nlsiviTini ! on n i. ,uv ,,( i i.i.ruarfj
1 '. M 11 is!, isi.v irti, I will ssll. st inihUsSH
tu n t " mi Ir an ut tho CtsS
sii'l Muter1! inii" at tin .., tnsit retranuoli
Hiss of .sli.'H.y oouuty, Ms-iupbtsv aSBb
mo. ir. lay. t.'llli ilay of April, IMSS
l li'L'nl hum . 111.' foi:..U'lii .Ici ril"..! taSBSl
i-i.j, ..,u...i-.i iu ..i.'iiipoi., .-.ju'iuy rouiiiy, jeuo
Uitfrontlnf IMfmt nn Hi.. Himlli M. of Adai
'i.vi. lo a. I. Mil., nl ::r fisl. vlnir in.t.'l nml
Jutnlug ttisofil Uot'omtj pl ur, shlrb U oa ujl
at.iitlusisi toru.-r of Ailniiis nl i irUsauii .Irtsri,,, solal
sk Hi. in . o oris nl Mnr. K II. in. n. Ksl.' W illl.ur.
Il Wli I M Uliiu-, U.llls
Mihiv .1. an in..,, u, I u.. M, im.ro anil MstlH
I. .a HIT, lioflrailn; nt t lie soutlir i st rnrncr of TfJ
no .v Ni' l a , ii Hi.' ... .i m.i . n( M ,i in tfrsRB
stxiut M' i ferl somli nl Kxrhanitn atieeli ilu-iins!
Willi II .111 Mn III Ir,', t T - I .' I. Ilii'lnsl weStfH
I., i ih. ii v in. nli .', . i j (.'"i ti.i'iui- f.uit ;i',l't
prors riy ol J. If.
Vuti loUTI. front I in: T i 1 "M mi iln wrat sldsal
Pi'i'iiini or l In II'1 I. i i. n (',. S.1111I1 tl.le o! KM
oatrv I1.1. 1. 1 1 su i.llt v, t..li na Ilia pro rtr
oH. Ills rl lluluo, rnillk' ta..ln .ir.laii.1 Win. .sjo
1 in' nn I llin-i' loiirllis 1 1 ' ,) n no 011 llm aoe
. 1 1 1
a t mis tln-t-t. ml " 11 nu 1 in liri.ok'a. s:
.. .. i
il"' -iiar I 10 1 list, jl In U Mois'lwanl In ls?i
I-. , nu 1 is, 1 una 1,1 11 1 11 till lis iu s, ,. anl.1 as
lbor.'i . 11. .a w .... M I iniii ,l .ii, W J. Miulta
lltnl W. is.lwnnt.
I'i.U"! .1.1, liiaiiiinlni; nl III.. ...iiih'".! .'ornet
nl s.il.1 li.l .11 on Hi.. . ,1-1 .1,1,, ,, Mulii alnsyO
11 i n ' ' .K. rotst .In' aoiilti whb I
Isiiiiiilary Ilm- of aull lot 211, Tl ta
sllejr IS feet wide; ih. ms north dmre
psrsllel with M.ii 11 itisst .'7 f.sji K laess
1 Ion at)
i tt '.nli-Klas-tJi nortli f. i t o i-atl litis of
utm tli.'ins' .mti a id o- . .nf i-.t wltl
alilrof Main Mm l f... 1 1 1 , Inrln's to thn
mint ...lit iu. IL. 1 ."I. a'. ,.l .n .ol Wnltli,
ls)lTantt sliihUsk H la .inning nl thi'.ontti.
' ' ' 1 rai r ol .limn'. -..., - ynr l Trnis wlii-roll',
1 - Marlol itrtvt. iIiimiiv uorih with autrl
' I in l. o on r,. 1, , tilth Hi.- iii....inlBt
ol Hi.' hn onion i.iliii . litrr a Hun .Irswo DjB
slli I ti mil .i l"l 11, m.i .,,1 I It O'V. raatwaWH
U.in I., . ,., I Inn, ni. Hi. a mil 10 Market sMB
' ! ' '' it'll ir.. a ih' '"'. imiiIiiB point; IBMH
"1 1 anil Hm' 11011I1 I in ..I Murk.'l tins-t t.itftaHJ
Sin llSSi soi l as Hn- proifrt) ol John Wnlib.
US No lUlnbllsk i . ti ,' mill in: ill On .,.'lh-
t'stl ' in ia -ii I liin-k. llo ins- I'stl .tllh
.1111 . 1 sitri-i a is.tit i.tr n-t'i. mop' or lism
i. 'Mil. nii.'n- iirtto'l ..at.Sii. Illl.ls.-ria BUB.
-in. 1 im. in., in. nh tt 1II1 lutyoii lo nil. rr a III
Ursa II I ... I .a I la-1 t. I'll . , 1 iiiut J
' 1 si t-a.iaanll) than ml 1 Inn. lie. ..nnr, iln-ncel
tonlli. , 10111,1 wiih I Itrsral imsa j
anliist.wiaial.il.. I,, in., n. rill .1 In ol MsrtySfa
ihfi i .iin ih Hinuin. aulil m llio isTgaaal
ti f ut Mar a ' -m
A lot Isnlnultni nt a ttaltf on ihr north sMSiVJ
I'lii' is slot I 11I 111.- -..Mill. in a .( a ,, owsaH
I.) Win. t'nrk In Iss u,,., , nasi with Ailntiui
-ii' 1 1 I"' i 1 1 ' H i - 1 1.11. .1 r ..I ItatTal
iiini. .11 an. 1 taisiitiii.it 1 1 . 1 lotsaaal
ti tisl IoIIhs'Ii A IH.II..H. in inn ru nt ii (,l
tioiitiinta Klijnh 1 lii.,'l, ta al., 1 hniitvry UaflH
I in in 1 in .nli a nh ilm ni-.i I inn of t.il.l -iilsllrtlH
t"' I" tin- n.lil r i l 1,11 nMi'V, rilllllltlst la-lwsflj
Attsau unit assaiiisoe Irevtsj tavsr. ..' -i isiral
1.1 mill Villi,,. .111 1 I in (,., 1. tin in ..inlhwalal
lo t Jit Issfliiiilua, aol. I nt ilm i.t.ii alt nt lh. .Molt
rhanla' 1 oiioti I'll-.. .11 1 Mor.iar ointny.
lotli.ls.aliiiillitti.il II. nortliai .1 t "t-r ni
s. In" Iter a it 1 in liiipi ' 1 tin n 1I1. n, imtib iW
lll.-linn Wis.1 I .1 l.n'l I.. III.. I. JiaU.llt aoltl
I ' , ' - 1 vi , ... , 1 ,111, pU il
'la.) .nil lliri ..-t'lyhlht ,J' SfffSS IWl
imtib ill of ha .. on It..- avt'imn futiatuB
III Main Hut) nwl lo ilm lair uroun U awl I
ol t li.- Iniiil. iMnliloiir.1 l.y J. 1 .1. In'mnr
lino- ol 1 1' 1 ' 1 i n 01 nu- 1 I'll iii.mju a-ftmajS
aolil a. iiit pr it.-ro ol J J Mrtt'oiab.
I'.itl of Hit- II. sat On, , Usiluiiina a
1-.1 1 otii.-r ol VVwi lrsti an. I lllt-aa at
t.l wiih Ilm tomb linrtil 11 , ... ' 1
1t1tt.tr nl lost Inn lli'ii m.iiIIi ttllh 1 oia a
Ion' 'l''l I ' '.. 1, In I l.'.t'.ll.l WtlS
III l'i.linn I, I.. 1. 'V al.lt 01 sir.s-1. II. ., its
IHif III a till ilm tarsi I
til Ilm I. iili. 1. Inn 1
1 vv i' 1, 1 . 1 -t tl ttkm
1 ii. 1 nt ihs
linkiina 11 1. It. ol .v 1
IV. si III
fstl III Inl .-I ' Il
ion. lyliui 1
nf an. I .nl,. '. ai llu
11 t'l on 1 111. 111 att 11.
sa tin prols'tt, t.l I
il.. t.s t. sail
'st'pll till SUSB
Maty V 1 iii
VV..I hull i.l lol i;.
I ill HOIS III
. I. III. I.l. I
I. on 1 hi' i-s
s I.. '! 1 ' a.
Ibi- ai ! I.) a
i.n 4a 1I1
t ..l II, l.-vo
nin-, tsi t.SFl
II M I I Olll- I II
Ula I an I
f.sl 1111 il. boi
' llaaa are-
-t.l ot limit 1
lr.s.. ami tmnU
.lit as Ut,. pr tVy nl v.
SSS, Mo, 1J
nisi v.. 1 1 in aim wsiaai
1 rtsM, aBSaB
. aohl as Hi - pi asartf ol Bat-
n arista lbs
las SStl VtHsl
I I , nu
al t 1
tlr.sl. or a., ion. .11 li.l. thrliis. anills
Ho an hi .1 fiii lln-nis. imrib '.savfta
a.. 1 ...I.. I I.. Hi lit V lit at. 1 11, nn,-..
I.s-l to tbr ta-allililnif, at. I, I sa Ihr rtoislt
- " li. hall ot hit I. fmritltia- It- . In 3
lln ia.1 l.li il Iniiiloi .Insl nil
. In irolV. CO
A. r. Si lull" . lira I.n..
Ii ' r .. "I
Il.ro. IH ai
I.. I In, lis,, BM
Ihs i iois-riT irf
A hn l.vlnnl
1 Ii vi.i
la.).. n. II
lb. 111 v a, -I I .
pro,, tl. ,. lb,
it 1 1 Hal I ol .
on Ibr if
ns-l al lbs
Ibr Hill. I.S- on
in. I n. k nail 1
toil abonl tl I
I II., lira)
lira MailusMt il
u. see a lib aal.
wall . lis 1 to II
ol V. .
I. a 1 vi ii.,,,' 1
Main 'in' 1 I
M -Ii mowl
r 11 a 1
1 '. tk a ij Ma. las.
( '1 1.1 11. erv Sale
IMC A L IvSTATti,
1 1 ... . I b. Ibf
I .mill) VV A lull. '.. auatillall, Va lldllli. I..IISBJ
II. tlrtuaril an Inirrlnrulnrr ilri rr f iraBlr. os
lrrr.1 iu lbs slatrs aauas on ilm lib .Ut ..I Man ts
l'. Il k a, lata 1-'. 1 will n il ai I'h'ilMMM
linn Ii. Ihl I . 1 01 Ii oil of III. I ISatK
SSat Msalsf a aSirs. SI lbs. Main .0.1. r..
Ihai nurthouas ol nlislbr cvuui). Mvupbla, 1
MarSnr. sis nnr"r ta.ni. isss,
allblulasalli.il - Hi" 11 ali .laarrltoal psSH
trlt .llnslisl In nb.'lhr tsiuoiy. trnn. Inall
I" "I V. I.l n mills)
a lib 1 ' ! 10. v 1 1 srloBkem,
milrrsi.t r n lll Iha.na WrttWaHlT wltk SSJH
I. l aol tad r.llr.M'l IWflta 1 1 .. .bain, ami ll.lrtf.
I ti 1 .1 link. I 1 a Bisks, thru 10 ilbatarllj StfH
II. .' "Vl i I Vjnliin I. It h.l tntitlaan ill) 1 BSlSM
1 li.U all lb) autl SBirii al llio W hllnioaa.
auJ SSStSlSlBI UlUi'lsaS (1
nalblt l ('' r-ath. Isilinrwnn A
an tsars llol IsBsrlBf lUttrrSt
rr l Ilm rrtslaed.
tlantl A f
Bubsorlba for ths Memphis W
AppouL 11 per year.
aOlllSt, Irvl fMiltiaahlll nil M.
MS a. Lss 1 1. nt ol Mrs. M. K.
Isill nana sin 'sun Miiii.m.ii,