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JAIEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 18S6.
EMM PARLI1HLT TO BE PBOBOGCED XJSTIL FEB KU1UY la Order to Allow the Formation of the Sew Ministry Foreign Affairs. London, December 24.- It is ex pected that Parliament will ba pro rof?ued till the 3d of Fbrui y in or.jer to allow the formation of a new Min istry. Mr. Matthews, the Home Sec retary whose resignation was thought nrnhah ft. nftvd h u in nerlect narmn- n-with the Cabinnt. No member cf ' the government within or without tie Jabicet avoaatierenreiovu"-ii ' The Coctervat!VtB are takini courage, Many memt e-s of Conseivativecabs are oppoted to a coalition Ministry under Lord Hariington and want a rarely Ttrv Cabinet. TheS .Jame Gaulle, r. fl c irw npn thii spirit, doubts the wiidjtn of makinz any sp peal to L-ird Ilurtir eton end u'g-sthe Conservatives to cn-e up inmr nanus. thrn-nvtrb-ard all unnjstic Wela tion for awhile and go straizht on with their foreien polici-. "It will ball ting," says the Gatette, "for England to act with vipor and pronr titude in the suppression of crime in Ire and and loave tee rejuits to tnriune." The Btipp.jite.iB cf Lord Hindolph Churchill declare that when he in Me to tell tfte true lessin fur his ies;gna tion the d;sclomre will raus.i 8"i fa tiou throughout ti e country acd remit in bis triumphal T'ndica'ion. ltiey siy it will he shown that be rid not oppose gran's I r tna nrcessary ne lerae of trie fi nnne, but mat ne re fused to Bauc icn any incrrftfie of the estimates ueIcps it was accompanied by a reformtd admitii8'rtion of the War and Admiralty Departments, Lord Randolph disc .vered while in olBc, say his friends, that the g iv eminent has no control over the fx pe nditure of hnndreds of thousands of pounds which are yearly voted for the War Office. CbawhlM's Heaaon. Londok. Petember 24. The Times, commenting on the reported reas-.u for Lord Raiuoluh I huichill s reuu nation, vie: Tea'. h whs oppo-ed to the increase in the military and naval estimate', siya the estimates are not extraordinary end only provide tar mode' ate etMnjsiher.ins; of tho naval and military condi ion of the JMnpT rendered necessary by the ontlonk i foreign (flairs. Tne Conservatives in Ireland look uaoa tbo rsicna'ion an a serions b'ow to the Ministry, while the Nationalt3 think it will prove fatal to th present government. 1 13 announced that Lord Harrington will arrive in tLonuon on MoLday. Lord ItarMntlnn Will Rcmnln for u ffisuu In Itomo. London, December 24 In cone qnenci of Lud talibnry'a request Lord llartington will leaiain la li me until Sunday to await, lettirs from Lord ai!iBt;uiy. LnrJ tlarttngton ha not received an invitation yet to enter the (JaMnet. it is improbable tliat an invitation would be sent by telfgiapn as he bae no cipher that wonid enahle him to translate a government dia- natch. lie will n. t c me to u decision until he has reoived Lord Stltabury's letters. Lord Hartingcon thinks ihst virtually there has been 1.0 cnange in the eitoation since lust aatnmu. He reserves his opinion as to the poli'ica future. The o, inion grows that Lird JUartingron will not enierthe Uabintt It has been virtually decided t) further prorogue Farli.iment until the 1 i J . 1 T 1 1 1 HCiiai7Wi in reuru.iry. ijjra Ana dolph (Jhnn h',11 alone insisted upon an early menh ir. A Cabinet c nncil has boen summoned for next we-k Lord Eandolph Churchill is irritated and astounded at the unanimity of the denunciations of his couise by Uoneervativea. Lord Campbell Wants ft Hew Trial London, December 24 Lord Culln Campbell's solicitors have applied for a new trial ot rig ro'inttr suit tor oi vorce against his wife on the grounds that the verdict of the jury waa against the weight ol the evidence. Tbc Yrtollt Kaef. Lombon, December 24. The owan yacht woe fir 1000 guinea, to h sailed under the simpices ot the Royal Thames Yach' Club next season, in honor of the Qjeen's Jubilee, will be open to the wnole world. The Rome correspondent of the Centra? A7ev pays that Lord Hatting' ton received the news of Lord Ran dolph Churrhil.'s r-?ienation direct from LoniJSaltsbtiry, and t'legrap'ied in reply that r e would rturn ti irn dnn directly if Lard Salisbury thought his presence lece sary. Sl'ALV A lainhl ('lllnlon. Lisuom, December 24. Th9 Briti-h ironclad Bultan ran into and Bunk the French steamer Vil.'e do Victoria while the 'latter ws lying at anchor in the Tagtis. The Ville ce1-victoria had 250 persons on board, pnd several of them were drowned. The Sultan in an iron Rteaciship, armor plated, and is of 9'MO tons burden. Leter intelli gence shows that most of the cow and passengers .of the Ville.de Victoria were downod. It is also learned that both vessels were at anchor at ths time of theT collision. TJio Saltan dragged her anchorB and drifted against the Mile de 'Vtorin. souriTAiiEiacA. A OlaaKreenblx Rnplare Caused by 'Curioou. Panahi, Doceaiber 10. Senor Geo. de Tanoe Pinto has been appointed F.avoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Salvador in feta. The Guatemalan Government ias caused a 3ixii-ofl,;al sta'ement to be published to ths effect that it will not interfere in any of tho internal polit ical questions which may arise in the adjoining Republics. Colombian citi zens have been .Illegally banished from Ccet. R ca without caate. One of them, the editor of a paper, was craally flogged and others were ill treated. A serious .diplomatic com plication U threatened in consequence between Colombia and Costa Jhica. It is stated that martial law prevail thronghant the Republic of Costa Rica. D.-. Rifdel Kaoiivar, ex-President of Salvador, and other prominent men have been ordered out of the Re . public. The Smf and Herald says: Political questions are causing warm discussion in Oosta Ra. Correspondents assert that tho action of President liarnardo Solo during the recent troubles in Central America Is decorving of cevere condemnation. Recently a number of Colombians were ordered out of the Republic. Rerpecting this summary order, a friend of some cf tnesa lcter eeted writes: "An idea of ths reasons which led to the 63 mon being turned out of the country my be gathered from a number of Las limjat, a papir of a somewhat similar nature to ruck in New Ycrk. Its Ant a.ticln, an imaginary decree, so irritated Presi dent fOiO that lie tent for tie ed itor, Senor Marichal, and upon the latter r.Mchina the government house, the president fired shot at him. This act disausted everyone. Bat tub srquently Elitor Marichal wai ar rested and taken to prison, where be received 100 laitea. Oa the fo'lowing morning bo was marched off to Pun taransz, together with same other Colombians. Pricr to leaving he was aleo s rink by the brother of Presi dent Solo, who is in command of the atillfry barracks. Almost all the Colombians here will leave f.r Panama. I inclose herewith the decree expelling Cjlotnbians and the pub ic pro'est made by citizens of the R-pnblic." ERMA'T. The Snow Klim AbMd A Noted HuvImIihI Jked. Bkriin, December 21. The snow Etorm m Cea'ral Mtrm'tny hfsahauu, and m;!wav commnniction has herna rifpeacit with Saxonv nod Thnnogia. The North German GaitVe. comment ing on the etory printtd in Progressist papers that the Cur in a fi". of race s-iot a Germau miliiary attache at t-'t. Pctrahurg declares tho: such ebtnes of the freedom of the preia require an inptanfremerty. The srcia Von Hofenstel'n is dving. He was Lmalin'n sec nd in a duel with Rac vtzi abuut a German lady who now residei la New York, HOTEL ATMUVALS. . The New Uyoso. FARRINUTON, 8TKWAHT A WHITE, FKOPRIirOBS. Cbah. (i. Ruth Manacer. Batoj )2 50 to 14 por nay, a.ioording to lto wn ot roonn. .T T) R'tmnr.Tenn A fi Cmnns'T. Tnnn W U Hoil, Mats W T ICdmunrta .Vw.Art R A Arinxt-ad. Ark P S Un la. Tcnn 8 Bloc. lnn r iJouitnnny, lenn Mies McOuliy, MUa Ij J Irwin, K 1 II VcGiitly. Misa W W Irwin. Ky O J Cut. N Y W 11 Ondii, H r H Mererheimer, Nib Wbitnty, Tinn H S liay ey, 'lenn AD Kandmrd, 1'een 11 R (ihrufon, Mi (1 H. I'lthwnito, Tex W K Adam. N Y T J Teuun. Mo J H UoutrluJS, N 0 8 U Nartball, Mo MiM Feu ton. Ohio N 1 Burruutthj, la II M Stop, Xenn S M ryQKeinnn, Mies M llurnston, Ark II m Allen, NY F K Mar.h. Misi J M Drer, Art F F Bpenecr, Xonn F R Hiee, Tern Win Hamilton. Ala A ti Jackson, Ky Mi 1 Jutieit. 'ionn h Ell. non, N U Mm r'eriUn, Ohio 8 S Loach, Ten n (1 Windtcm. M'i J M Caldwell, Tenn 0 Ii I'noto, Mo Mrs (lluu'on, Ohio J F Lawtoo, Miaa F M Burnet, Ark J U Crawtord, Ark F II Peck, Tenn L M Pinrbon, !lenn J P Kkhola, Ala F M Ch)in, N Y U K LUrk, Jean II rniniuitn. Tenn HJnhneon. Ry A M M.rn. Mn H ltnn&iwi. AU'R I)r W A Powell, M.ae K R Perkiac, Mij R J Hum. Aln L R Henderson. Tenn II K Jamison, Tenn M R Hu. hann, Mo 8 R Boyle. Tenn T R '-no-d, Mo, J 1 Wnitrlinan. Ohio u j liu-fell, J M Ciilomnu, Tenn .) K Honkina, iKy P Miller. Mo C 11 leon, Ohio K K McPbergon, ind J a Mray. li: 1 T R Poillip!, Ill J J Voritan, til " M Beach, Miss R J Mr, Mina II t Younv, Mia W M .-tuart, Tenn W 1 Taylor, Tenn K K Look, lonn M M iluwks, Mo K M Lauibort, iio W WWilion. Prldily Uotiif, rn I r. 1 it. ,.i r urmeriy i. uiumeruim nuiaiw Co". Frontand Jofforjoo Mts., Meuphis,Tenn J. II. painor, 1'rop r, ot Kicnmona, v Transient rales, (1 50 to $i per day. W Hcnlnrpon, Teno T M Bland. Tenn )J L W riKhc, Tenn Scot Tuinor, Tenn J M Crawford. La -Mrs L C Stone. Ohio Mist 8tone, Ohio A ii Vincent, Miss Warton Wolt, Tenn J O Wil-on, Mixa W S Wickord, Ind Jonn Ln.liy, Ark Oedi e Jarkqueii, Ai k S f ftr 'titf, Aliss Mr L Stewart, isj j J V incent, Inl Th. a Hunter. Va Jordon Jones. Ohio r-'am Ilowles,.La Win Preston, Ark P A Huard, Hi (I B BKaoiir. Ark Stephen liunks. Ala J B S.miarj, Ark C Rodman, Ala N Thorn. Mira B R Kiinl.row, Ala a IV ivnnorow, niu uoau i.euitr'i Holert MeKeuloy.Mo.S L Duy, III John LenaM, Ala F Paxtou. Mich 0 T MoM.U, Mich L Daley, Kl 8 T Aurton, Miss OOrenkwater, La II K Ke u bell. Ill A. .M.'L'oy, Ark r Wrapeorry, JVlo P Marks Jiw. Kr W Bradley If, Ark .1 Q D.wis lit, Mo T Philips, Ky. DHltj's Karuprnn Hotol. Cornor of Adams and Maia streets. Ronma huo. Tho and si uer day: American Plan ti per duy. First class Restaurant in th Hotel P.M. DUFFY (10 years with Pea- I'ou"' Hotel), proprietor. V. R Gwjthncv. Miss E M Irvine. Ala W Fleming, Ohio U Thomas, Tenn T Hunt. Mo .1 A tun, Jenn 3 y, UU,Ark Mrs II .1 Farrell. Ark W R Walters. Va R M Liird, Mo A A Hawkins. FU K II Palmer, Tonn 0 T Kt'.loitK. Tenn C L lath. Tenn F l:ccn, 111 J I. Tockor, Ark O M lilm k. Tonn J Fennel, Miss J Pennel, Ali.tf ill S Smith, jr. Tonn l.'K Uarrett. Tenn H M -Inneti, Tonn K W Vance. Ark AH Oic.kin "onAw, Ark RHichardon.v'f,TonnT L 'I'rowell, I'cnn b-i: Mewsrt, Tenn A NtwLy, Ark A J Witt. Ark OK Witt, Ark O Mooto, sr. Ark F U Lane, Ohio J AYSbirloy iw.Tcnn i t' Osborne, Miss Peabotlj Hotel. 0. B. GALLOWAY A CO Pkopbhtoss Ratos (2 bO and 13 per nay. acoord'naj v sue and location of room 8peoiU made rates. J 15 M'risley, III M'hi T-ene Groer, Ark li ii hutliTan, ArK Ij H Uoroe, Ara AJMmphy.Mo W T (Jhri-tian, Md .Itsdin .cOurihy, DCS Sn '.-bleli.-ld, Ark j S Ham. Miss U Fiworiild, Tonn W 11 MulI'ms.Tenn Max bom nil .1, N Y S U M irtin, Turin O A Smith, N 0 H . Williiord, Ark 8 R Bushy, Tcnn N i Stersns, Tenn V M Duval, Tenn W li Oloott, Mo P B Mosby, Tenn 11 H Knirehuck, Mo Lonlr Willinu, Oa W ei MuNeilly, Tenn Chs Onlhoun, Va John A. Upton, Tenn T W Kennon, Mo A .1 McCarthy, Mo K A JudMns, Mo H R McVeigh, Ark W B I)ais, Ark E W-Ford. Mo J T Bocrman. Mn Mis E Lbtoval, La OK ( nderwod.o Tenn T Vanccy, Tenn 1&J Wall, Aiiss w Mwgtns, vu w li iracy, i W A'Parcy, Ir, Miss J Howard, Mo D II tkeen, Ky K Davidson, Ky A H liarragh. Mo W Dur.navea, Ind W A Todd, Mich O McOandles, Ky K lire if us iw. N Y Miss 2 Weil. N Y IlSease. Ohio J RScates. Tenn J W iiansell, Tenn J 8 North, Ct I.Lea, Miss J N O'Kuil, Miss J II Wsnne, Ark W 0 Wealhorby, Alk W Davis, Ark BR-Hn.Tenn A riocl.ar. Tenn W Moose. Tonn JIlogHfl, Tenn C Manning, M Y J Uraiiatn, Tenn Wj Cam k ell, Ala M MiK-br A '. Tex O W Jones lew. 1 ex A IJ Iioikle'y if. Ark 8 M Cunnlnghain, Ark Miss u iicrncr, mo miss noimn, Mo. Uulon's Ilolrl. W. H. BINGHAM Minion European plan. U nlargod andreluruishad. Prioes aooording to sue and looa tion of rooms. S D EthMidge, Tenn Jas Ilarrlnrton, Tenn Geo. Pomell. Tenn R C Meyers An, Tex Jh.VehanTenn K K Sloan, tin. 'I con John Collins, Tonn J J Anderson, Miss J W Shepi.atd, Ky J M Martoa, Ark R A llumentrod.Ark II 8 Buckner, N Y C Gilbert, SO W II Jordan, Ark Mr 11 llorle a;,Ki LM debaussure, Ga M McTinhe. Ark C D Leener. Ark J R Kinhania. Ark R Cheatham. Ark D C Slaughter. Tenn MisiMontioir.try.Mirs J l Taylor, l.y j M Lrngg, Ky li u uwen, Ala G W Jones. Mo L uis Vaden, Ala II E Andrews, Tenn 8CIIolick,Twin C W Sbeppardfenn J T HotJiniin, Tens D M Uatcrd, Tenn J R (,'halmerl. Tenn . r Lnnper, lenn J M Alexin. lor, Tenn W 11 Kilser, Aik C A Nye, Kiss 11 iow, ionn GWWestmoreI'd.MiislJ Ktlbrough, U'.sn 1 L Hunt, Miss J T Gaul'ling, Miss J C ItrsebornugrLiSliss 1 Hannah, lenn r O Uyrd, J enn m li nenson iw, ienn W H Brnuahlen.TannJt KOoodoin, A La J r Fishor, Ark Miss M Neblntt. Mtc J I Lions, Ark Mis.l M Kroadnox, 'Ten Miss Houston, Inrt V iyior, lean Mrs Houston. Ind II Tl'uller. Kr li ronrcflnoid. hy E D Collier, Tenn Miss Alexander. Miss 0;il HheOietd, Tenn T II Watterson. Ark II T yars. Mo B W Sullivan, tens W C Uurslnw, Tsnn bKahn, Tonn B DouUiit, Miss N Peed, bid WR Jackson. NY J Henderson Aw, Alk N T Hovard, Ark h If iolar. Ara 1 m heny, miss M D Herring, Miss Mrs anfvr.l As, Ten Mica FMiWhell. Miss J KNeod, Aik u M Jones, no. McaPHis8toam Laundry, No. 224 Second etreet. Calls, .snd dViveriea free. Oh, give me ke'.h toaad, while and neat. Oh, ive uie breath tlm'.'s pure and ewet. Oh, g've nie ro-y, healt'.ful giims, Ana 1 will meet wha ever coms; V, ha ever irintjie my beia'i. With tOZODOST I'll me?,t thetn all, A D1SGR1CED SOLDIER WHO EEFCSED TO TELL inE TRUTH In Defesse of a Noble and Tnre Wmcan AVIiose lloi.or iVas at State. The New York Herald London correspondent te egrapba that daring the lat two days 1 oudon bo ity, satrattd with the details ot the Camp bell canee celtbn , has been diecuss iog the extraordinary ri.'er of the jury legardicg Gen. Batler. It Las a'ai been wondering at his queer con duct in marryirg a gieat ait:.te, who-e first pie; u re, tlie Urimeau ' Roll Call," ij seen in ev.-ry print ehop. Ho is the suihnr of a book called Tlie. Great hmt Lond. 1 he General in a Catholic, a diplomatist and a soU'ier, and well legarded in e'l eoc al circles. Uis club, the Junior United Seiviue, called a meeting to ciimider whrt'ier be ought to be expo led or not A conrt-iuartial is hinted at f ir conduct not becoming a soldier and a geuile man. Hence, anything rolat ng to his noii-apppanuice b . comes f ir the pres ent al pubic fea ura. Mr. Geerga Lewis, his so 1 id. or, fa;d today that every effoit Was made to induce him to rtu:n. ''I UBtd personal entreaty, priva'e repreBen'ations, tLe Influence rf rel atives, ol high ecc'esiaatics, and of the highest miliiary authorities, but it wa no ue. I s rved him with a tuh ptena, and iocloud a Co note, lis sent n e back the note, and took no not'ee of the BubptB . a. I eeut of his cnun el over to D nan to reprerent that he owed it to Ltdy Colin as well to hirtiBi-lf to attend, bnt all to no purpose, "I had eopio time ago written, urg ing him to lot me taae bis evidence, in caaa auythlng should happen to him. He rep'ied tl:af. he refused to meet a vanue and indefini'e charge of adultery with any ether reply t lan that of absolute denial, hnt as Boon as any paiticulm a-d Fpetido accusa tions were brought against him he pledged himself that at whatever eiurltke cf lime and convenience, he would return to give them direct, specific end absolute contrad'etion. I have that in writing, bnt afterward, whan the vague and uadefimd crarge wai con verted into a specific, although mou strouHly iuiproluibie accnsitiou, he had ( hanged lis mind, and he would not com-, and w'nen he has changed his mind no power on earth can iuduce hun to char g) it. MILADY TO THIS SON CT MARS. ' L idy Campbell wrote to him thi latter: Pr Gkm. Bt'TLta Y'cu will rcmerurjcr thst when Mr. Lewis, in my presence, at his office, proposed for your own convenience that you should be exmiin-d in rotar l to the case now pending you said it woald ho unnooessary.ua you intended to rotum to ftnglund and apiear In parson at the tn l This was so obviously deiirable in the inter rsts of your own character that nothina fur ther could tlsfn have rcon urged upon you, and it is thcrelore with pruf.tnad amaze ment that I now lonrn you have changed th'S intention. You tnu-t know that your failure to nppsar at the trial williulliota monstrous Injustice upon me, and put me to cruel anu unnecessary trouble In tne vimli oation ot my character from unfoumled in lerence drawn by uiy enemies and yours from the single fact cf your having called upon me in Lord uilin's houso. Tteso in ferences can be instantly uistipated by a single straightforward anu msnly denial on your prt, and this denial 1 have tho right to expect from yi'U, as a friend, a gtutleini'n and a soldier. Hoping oon to learn that you have res'imed your original intention to appoar in persjn, 1 remain, yours truly. "He sent this curt answer: TiKAN, Faasca, November 23, 1SS6, Drab LadyColik CAiiPnu.L I beg to ac knowledge receipt of your Utter of the IMh November, and in reply I can only repnt that my res.iliition of not appearing ill evi dence at the lortneoming trial rema ns un changed. HUII LIPIC, AS Wk'1,1, AS HONOR, AT RTAEK "tine nex; thm implored his wife: No. 2 Victoria Maxkioh, 1 M'SHTMlNHTKR. Dcelnbl! S. ISSli. f My DiAa Iiauy 1Iiiti.sk I do lot know if you are aware ol all tho efforts I hae made t induce yourhusbanu to rerurn in his oriu- Inal intention ol appear ng in penson at tho trial, but as those etforts and all the iniiny others 1 have caused to be made on all sides bavo trilled utterly in producing ny etfeot. I write now to vou. to make a latt appeal to your wo i anhoori, to 'ry and porsuade yuur hus- ban i to repoat the denial which Lo has al ready uindt. in his stuttnent a'nd in his let ters to Mr. Lewis of a year ago. It is simply my life, as well as my honor, that are at suae, lor it your husband does not appear the case must go ngsinst him, at.il to lo.e this nsa would bo my death blow. Will you. therefore, Utr.i by and sea another '.imnn done to death bef re your eyes while you cau so easily prevent it? I pray and fcw oech vou to nelp me in tn s tlarkO!.t t.our ot my ii tn. and got your hu?b -nd to reconsider th:s his last dcoision and appear in court. .What harm can it possib y do him todnnv a f.ic alr ndy diproven, namely, about his two vif-its to me? 1 have been, and am, fighting as naro n battle as any woman tver had to fight. Have you, tncn. as a woman lot al no as a triond, who has knwn you and yours frr so long no pity or sorrow for me? il you navo, you will induce your husband to oosoe forward anddo what he etn. as any honorable man would help ma in a b:ittlo which, remember, I am lighting as much for his honor us uiy owu. As you-hops for inorcy in trie last day. show mores lo me now and lighten toe load which is almost past uiv endursnne to bear, by uersuadina yournusoand to appoar. A PURRB THAN-TITOU KPISTCE. 'Lady aUatlf-r answered it in this epmux Ilkeepis'le: "Las Rrhon, DiA!I,1 "December IS, lHs.i. f 'Pia Ladt Colin Cauchkm. I bn to say I am fully nwsroot alltherfiorts you have made, and have caused to be made, to Induce my husnand to appearand give evi dence on oath at yi ur trial. Your appeal to ue touches me deeply. 1 would 1-nuld belli you: butt bclio this case to have pas-ed out of our hands, aid tj hare gone oemre a trioqnsi wnere no man am K3 im possible. 1 reuictn. sincerely yours. "ULliAUlVill 11U VLMilt. "With this correpondeoc in full ubllcity, it is .generally believed that ir William Butler must now 'enter Coventry,' bo far as club and military lite are cincnrnorl." TIRED OUT! At tin SM&coTi ntwirtr tmrfflrs noedt tonm mmQ tort ri tnnio. J ItON ritaum into lmt bvtj pity nolui'i DirjtMripUoo (or iM wtto Deed buildin njm a THE U w nrcTTnit BE5T.T0MIC for UrnknrMt, krUsfsT. sTIl.. Il I l.nsVMllMHtsi Iarlr It If AS NO t.QVM and t IK nnlv Iron irxWIrin that in nut inlvTlOliM. It linrlrVto tlin lllood. InitiorittPH lit SviUt &Htorrft AirtUnf AkdelflMfition It slnM not hlarkm vr in I ara 11m teeth, eatiim Aeed- strUe W pnKiu.M otnvtlititua-thar iron mirW do in. U. II. Bi" imet. iutvling phjcmx of ByUnt- liflin, mv myn: rdm. I nA it in my nrncta-o', and Htui in tv-ti'rn ui risall iKler Jirnnnoi iron, lu wcwkniw, oralowcHb d Hi "ii of the nyHlru, ltnivm' Jmn UiMm w uku.iIIt a iNisjitif e utowit. It in aU ttmt i cUiuijkI fur It." 1)11. W. M. W A TIT! A. UW Thlrty-mennil HtrMst, C'WUivrn. J O., a.aj'ii: " Briiwu'a Iron Bittia la lh T'niio cif the art. Not hint bttr. It unrnttie ap.mtiu, girea atreniftfa and iuioYm dietHtiuu.' Cpnnina haa atxrw Trade ftf-o-k erd mrrvtAd r.vl Mnaa on wrapper. Tfike tiontlirr. A'udnonlj lijr JtKOW 4'Ul MIl AtfO. UALllMOUKwMD knl:rHy tor ltj A uuvn I." Quarter of a Centnry In the1 Hardware Biuinesse LANGSTAPF & o LAXGSTAFF IHUXWING, Kos. 323 and 324 MAI ST., - MEMPHIS, TENW QT,TTr)wir !URITY BANK OF SEJ1PIIIS-A tAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO. AND So.i numaos stikcet, bioipiiin, texiv. R. DVIsLET rmTdiH, Pr..Menl K. J. tll.ACK, t'swhivr. ItOAKD OP U1KKCIOUN. W. D. BKTnEI,. J, R. 000 WIN. 8. P. RBAD. W. N. W1LKKRSON, I). ZRI LNKU, II. A. HAM 1 1. 1'i'N, JXO 0VK1U0N. .la., tv. F. TAYI.OM, R. T. i'.NoiVDl! , S. I. MolKJWKLL. R. DUDLEY IfHAlsKll, Wa. A WILUAMSON. K.J.ULACK. ssrDepos;ts received from HO cents' npsrard, ml lnlr'l sllnwtl on sama semi-annually. Will Bus and sell Local Securities, act as Trustee, K'ceiver, eta , f.ir Corpora1 toss or Individuals. Cn beonme (4urdmn, adiiiinislrat.r, te. llu and Hell Kichanao. Special attention paid to Collections. Monrjr can be slrawss out Hi sssjr llmr, when desired lor investment in Real Estate or otherwise, llnve a eommodious Vault lor the Deposit ol Valuables lor the bsnrfltot It'itnl.ir CiBHlonitiris, Ireeot eharre. rials Ileposlt Ilexes lor rent. Savings especUllr sniciud. A Uep sitory of the State ol Tennessee. Confections, Ghees, Nougat Caramel, French Fruit (Jlacw, Cream Kon Hons, Fine French Handmade Creams and Don lioiiH, Chocolates Ices and Nougatines. Ton can Ind these foods " AT RRTAIL," In any quantities, at The Peters & Sawrio Co.'s Retail Etablishmcht, JVo. -i:t Jr flersou Mrei,0niollo Their Fnotory. These ara the finest Oonfoctions that the Memphis Public bay ever had the opportunlti 1-isirTry iir "ow Ovhih Lonf-uDt?IlflonM.'N'a BRADFIELD'S A Ri ocillo for all diseases pe culiar 10 women, suoh us l'ain fill, ruppresaeit, or lrreirular Monstruutiuu, Leuoorrlnuu, or Whites. If taken durina the Cll ANU K OF LIFK, areMt suftering and danger will be avoided. REGULATOR! Bend for our book, "Messate to Woman," mailed free. UKAUFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ue. HUMPHREYS' EOHECPATHTC VETXmASY SPECIFICS For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, ... Dogs, Hrj(rs,Poultry. ' TSED DT V. H. OV-a. Cksri lUDws, snd Hook (oat IVoo, rrmr.s Fevers, rnnsrallnm, liiDnminatlea. A, A. Hplnnl MciiliicltU. Milk I cier. 11. II. Mrnliin. l.ami'iicM. lllirunmllsus.' t '. HlNtf nllirr, nsnl lllscliuraee, 1. II. Hole or UrtiltN. WortiM. K. K.. 4'onulm, llca,vi, I'lirnot'liilau r. F. l'nllrorl;rlpi. llellvH.-lie. IJ.IJMUcnrrlaef, llrmnrrnuca. 11.11 I'rlnnry nml Hliincy lli.raeos. I. I, riiptlv lilsrnses, Minima. J. H. llUeasoa ol' Oiue.duti. Price, Uottle (over toUoses), . ; .75 Stable. I'asp, with Mnnnn, (turn nnircs with ' chsrt) lutioltl,. Sprcihrs, bolUool WlU-ll llael Uil bud Aludiculor, ifH.OO Sent Frco on llprclpt of Irlce, Humphreys' Kcd. Co., 109 Fulton St., R.'Y. nuiiipnrvEYS' HOMEOPATHIC 20 SPECIFIC No. lu UH6 Vena. Ttja nnlv n..u.ft,! Nervous Debility, Vital Veakness, nil 1'ror.t ration, frfn orr-wnrk or nthor cuhih! f 1 por vinl, or Avitt'ttaiid lunrevi-il ("iwiier, for fa., 1 Jmildhv Ouvaoif-rrt or nt pniitrmid mi rurointOu. price. Ilniatiilin rt.' Hwlinit.'., Jon i ulion St., N. V. H FarllMKITAKTKKM lt)K CORRUGATED IRON SIDING And Iron Roofing- PStfi" &4v:i.:UA&$lri1 rirn, wind. Wsvassr and Itrhfuliisj priiof. Suitftbfs for all kinds of buildincs. For prices and estimates a laotory rates oa.ll on or address MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD Mr 0 00., ' iilf A UO Main St., and Zl k IB Mulberry VKMj'UIS, TENN. Ileadqaerters tor Iron Fenecs and Osstlng, (tnlvenised Iron roroioe.'rin Rro AHtoves. Fubllc Administrator's Sale. Office of Public Administrator, Courthouse Shelby County, 'lenn., December In, llw). VTOTICK is hereby srlwin thut 1 will, asad minlstrs.tor of the estate of Win. 'P. Pr;or, deceased, on WsMlnnsMlMv. nresmbsr 29. 1HH0. at the lnte residence of Ir. Wm- T. Prvor, on the lliK Creek road, on the U. and H, W. K.K , ner.r Frsser citation, Hholby coun ty, Tenn., proceed to sell, at public outcry, to the bixhest bidder, for eash, the following property, to wit: 17 lieed of Work Flunk, leer, and Three Waunnc, a ausntlty ol Fanning Implements. Plows, II. 'es, eto. oalo to 0. mmenre at 11 nyiock a.m. JUIIN L.UAUUK. Fuhl o Ailra'r. and as sueh Adrs'r of the astute of Dr. W m. I. rryor, deoeiued. PRY OR HOMESTEAD. CNR tract of Land, near Fmser Btation, Khelby county. Tenn.. formerly owned by Dr. W. f . 1'rior, and known as the 0. A. Kose tract, ecnluinina lis) od-IWl acres less the larse apple orchard. One iraet s.lloinlna said Pryor homestosd, containing 1K2 UO-ltK) acres. Also, one tract near L.ucy ftation, eneiny county, Tenn., bi longing to the estate of W. T. Pryor, deceased, and known as the Don can place, containing 212 24-1(0 acres Oiore less. All the above named and described real estate willAe rented lor the year 1MK7, on Wrilnexloy, ISfwr sober SS, 118, at what is hnnwn as the Pryor Homestead, near cr.ser rotation, Tenn., i.t publie outcry. J. II. 1.UNU, Heceiver, niO Snr ond street, Memphis. Tf an. Electric Belt Free TO introduce It snd obtain atenta we will for the next siiv dnys glfu Mirav, tree ol cbtire. in esrii county ot tbo (I. H. litiiitsd number of our Mrmis s I. rins IMIsnu. In snaM-iirr llfKn, Price to I positive nrd iinltilinit cure lr Nervous Debility, Varicocole, r.mts-ions, Impotency, rlo. sxc Ilcwcrd paid II every Iielt we innnutaetur. d es not generate sen n ine electric enrren t, A'ldress at once KLKCTHIC IlKL'f AOtH CV, V. O. B x 17H, Drcuklyu.N. V. m 'X r u m Li nATsTi win i. -Or HI mm slVUUIsV VIstaVaaasilrlAHl WH. U (1HIM1NM, Teller. SELLING OUT To llulw)'oirlntrahlp. MILLINERY BELOW COST! mw Onr entire stock has to be sold by Jnn nary 1, 1IW7, to Dissolve Copartnership our company retiring. FELT HATS FIFTY !KNT(f, Formerly 7f cents and 11.00. Fancy Feathers and Wings 25 anil 50 IVnts. Formerly. One Vollar. rwRrldstl stsist Maarnlissr Onlfllw. srThe a nest assortment ol DOLLb lo the elry. sWllats Reshaped. Feathors Cleaned, Dyed and Curled. SMsrilolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large Quantities, LARGE BISK DOLLS Frrni 85 (Vnla Vp. Stockholders' Meeting. Msmi'Iiih, Tkn., December 1.1. 1IKII. To the President and Directors ol the Mem phis City Fire and (leneral Insurnnee Co i Oentloinen We, the undersigned, Htnck holaers In Ihe Memphis Cily lire and Uena ral Insuranre Comiany, respectfully ask that you call a general meeting of the stock holders of your company, in the oeitton or fifteen dnys, for ihe purpose of taking Into oonsidrration the ailvisnb diility or going tnto the banking business, and saoh other u.atters of interest to tlm eonifmuy as you ma sae proper to bring bofore them. We are, vory re.peotlully; R. Dudley Fruyser, 1'. bullahor, It. J. black, .1. W. Clupp, K. .1. Illark Co., M. C. I'earoe, J. 11. lleitkell, John Overton, Jr. In accordance with the above reiuoit, a general mi'ctifrg of stockholders Is hereby culled, lor the purpose indicated, lo asietn b'e at ihe oflice ol th company, No, 10 Mad ison street, in Memphis, lenn., at 11 o'clock a. oi., on Orcein l, r SI, I (!. By order ot the Hoard "f Directors. IvAPObKtJN 11 ILL, freildcnt. Attest: Henry J. Lvnn, CashUr. Memphis, lenn.. He-ember II, 18Ko. J. F. 110LST & J5J(0. (BUCCKIVjOVH TO U. M. HOLHT A BU0. Funeral Directors. HAVK IinOTKU TO Ho. 9M dECU.NU bT MEM I'll H. A FULL and eomplste stock of Wood and jLX. Metnliie Uasea and Ciakots. Ulothtov. ered Caskets and Unr'.al Robes always os Band, mar Orders by telegraph prouii tlr Notice to Contractors. SEALKD PROPOSALS for the rebuilding ot the County Ja I at rouisrvll , Tenn., mrm h.rh .iIvmpII.mH far rnnt,.i.ln .ln sirlng to bid lor this work wl'l please file their prop. .snls with the Clerk ol the t'ounty Court oFayette Countv on or before MON DAY, JANUARY 3, 1HH7. It Is eapectod that the brick, and other material now on tho grounds, including walls, so far as they are sound, will he!usd In the rebuilding, and bids are asked for on that basis. I'lan and spanificationa will be shown contractors on application to the County Court Clerk. The county zpects to pay for the work CAN!) not In warrants), and contractors w teguiate their bids accordingly. Kight reioct any and all bids Is reserved. JOJI N J hTKHKR.C h ajrnn " "MrarfnA r'i got ek'k fortao s&7AF-.-1:VL-m,.Si yBvERTisiws.?Vf a: s mi 1 1 . s merlon n Newspa- perg andeomplets the work within ten doys. This is at the rate ot only one fifth nl a cent a line, for 111 Circulation I Tho advertise ment will appear in hut a single issue ot any J taper, and oonsequenily will be plaoed be. ore One Million dillorent newspaper pur chasers! or Five Mii.liur HaauggH, If it Is true, as is sometimes stated, that every news paper is looked at b five paraons on an av erage. Ten lines will acooinm orfate ebout seventy-file words. Address, with nopy ol advertisement and eheck, or send AO cents lor book ot 176 pages. (IKO, P. H0WKLL i CO . 10 Hpruoe street. New Vnrk. 1'nblic AtlmiulHtrator'M fate. OCleo of Publio Adtnlnlslrstor, Courthouse, ttiie b county, Tenn. I e-einlcr 21, l(tatj. NO IRK is hereby given that 1 will, as administrator ol the estate of II. 11. Avrit, dreeaied,on Torailny, Jniinnr 1, INH7, In front of the oiurtlioiisc, H'-elby county, Tenn,, proceed to sell, at public culory. tp the hmhest bid lor, 'or caKh, the lollonlng p'orerty, to-wit: Thtee t.oal Carts, one Waron, one Hulky, one linn Sale, nnil a quantity of C "il r-hovels and Forki. Bulo tn commence at lito'c'ock. JOHN I.OAtH'K, Public Administrator, an I as such Adiainistrator ui ths eitato of 1!. II. Avrit, deceased. HOPKINS I LlMMAi MANUKACTURKRS 01 Doorx, Nauli, IllulH,fllolIlay;H,Hll klitilx ol Door nnl Window Frauie(i,1Brafk3(r,l Scroll-Work, Itonglt andIlrcHHed I.iiitibcr,; ShiiiKlen, . LulliM, lValer ThiiUh, All IiIu1mI H'oixl.H'ork F.xecuted hi Mitrt olloe. Nos. 1T7 to 17. Washington street, Memphis. I'enn AUA1UEX lJSW.JtT,n,wOrijeu. i mm E1T IS, Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Fact txj steWaaKT brothers & wmm COTTON FACTUM AND C0EMSSION tKW r.K4MW. MT!1IAMA, . apiilsMM assi sii usi.iiu i., ...m.. wlssji ivfPPaBsmTaMassMlgrrMJ diwd mm. Cotton Factors Ciutli Adf ant4H to Morohatiin and l'luulcr. Mill rt.siTfuair: o. no niLLi rura i mm. & i Coitcn Factors and ML FOIITMfl 4 CH. Cotton Factors, Cofiimissfon SorcEisnisi, Wo, HO Rtwiitts ISTaln Ut., SJi. Yynnlfm IlLJJJlllll HUH II 'laWalllWIItllllllMlllatllllllllllll Ml lllall llll I all H' II II III II il lilllllTl NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS. (ItriXJF.SStsKS mil liliss Gi! Dinner, Toiht and Chamber Sets in Groat Variety. BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY. -Scsnlsliir lnr'l-braHKl ;kk AitWOIsn VITRIfl KIs HIIA, aselsilly SMlltl.fSMl IVhr Slli)M, RNf SkSBfftll I. StSt4l Nl4MrMlOWf a SLLDKE D20S., of Cow, IBIas. 1 nG II FFT COTTON FACTORS, Una. SS8 nnd 358 Front Street- Mft-jplii Tmnm . W. N. Ilroun. II. V. UurrcU. We IT. Brown & Co. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMIftSIONMERCIIANTS 2iO Front Ktrwi. : JaVmber yard i Itiiaikler, Ark YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER - AATO DKALRIM IS Dttri, Ksuh. Bllrssla, DrMfil Floorlna;, CnHIss, "tter.tatrBocrHU Vjprwsm nuiuifira, r,.-. wsrOmr fasllltles are nsorvassed by any sawailll la ths .loath fur filliM ertwrs p wias, flwsa-asia, Oaaliaa. flldlag, BteP Lameer and Cyyresa Hnlagles a sswiieH" j aJ, f Usasaswar ef all dl-easloas. We make tke W belosale Uaslaeaa a si-e.iiai Uair, Viaeakst solleltod aad prompUy Iliad. GEO. I2AYMIJL.L.JCK, AOMT, ET.!134 Jfrnon Street MomDhin, Tennor-, MJlJII-Lgiaji; E. WITZ1IAMM : Co. WlioleHale JJeHlors ntul Irnl.!sIierN, Hole Agents for the following F!rst-Cla.s Inttruuientri STEINWAY and IvlSTA-BE MAWO.M Kranicb & JBach, Gabisr, ani WfcesScs OKCJAMf Clcugh tl'VYarran, and Smith Ar.eribin sr ANBW 7-00TAVB"I'IA:0:F0R Ho.-sw Write for CataUiKiies. No.22l mill 2S.t Nt'coml NtrrU J!33in' 3, ISaVT. W. II. nrSTt, . W. K-ja.JI. Utoef .. Hay -Beii Lai of Meaabaai U.rUa. Late ef DUi A CewtatftH) BasMrTitla, y DAY, HOETON & SAILBi .WI.LIUU : CTJCERS AND C0TT0EI FACTOB 8CO-383 Troat Rtreet Xleue-hli Tens. Htjjaji.iMiuiiMir.Ta 1. A. BAILEY. mi-'-m ail Is irM (l,'1-Mr'J uJWii(s!i..: 3S3G Hccotnl sSlrt'ci, iTaonaphlss A lmi'k avu O'.ii'r.Kr.'i iv ok ov Materials, l'aups, Uriv. ivolli. Iron, Lsataat -i! ripc.mw sii-uros, uioces, dj . COOVEE & CO. II ANDEHW D, QWTRdTSU VmmS Ilia Whotofo Orscsm. Tl:c. ti, KKK'II), Buooiiswiiri F. H. R0RFLKET, Reildeit Partmu. RE i U.!V,l.rown,Jr. : mikhlM. Tmhi. raiiaaflM(Brora cf iJI'LJl !J.'- .(. win. - s - V sJwgssas-J Li lif Se-oaas pijinirmi, .m- " an1) sti-am "irtBRS Gill