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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1886.
LOYAL TO ALEXANDER.
rRIM'E I.1Y1TED TO
TUfi.N 10 BILGAE1A.
And Besnme II in Rale The itlt na
tion at Sofia France and Kus-sla-Qnlft
Sofia, Anga-t SO. A single regi
ment of troops, with the BtsiBtince of
a number of military cadetf, accom
plished the work cf deposing Prince
Alexander. Before proceeding figiinit
the Prince the revo'utionists arrested
the commander cf Prince Alexander'
regiment, which was at Silivnitza. The
provj:or,gl government, teeing thst
ihe T)3pulac were violently loyal to
the up08ed Trince, rueignoi rtrueaud
libe-ated the cicituaader, who at once
brought bin ie;timent frjru Slivnitz
and disarmed the rfgtment which had
agisted in riepoiiag tbe Frince. After
th e the commander pieced under or
rest the political leaders who
had maraud toe coup d'etat.
Tne powers have recognized
the government formed hy
M. Ka'avelofl' with him a Premier, M.
Storiolias Foreign Minster, M. Pa
nofl as MinisUr of War and M. Gna
ahofi aa Minister of Finance. The
provisional government has a wired
tde Porte that the movement in favor
of Pricce Alexander id not inimical to
Turkey and has esk?d the Ports to re
opan the railway between Constanti
nople and Philippopnlis.
Invited to Return and Uetrnme Ills
Loxdos, Aujmt 26 Sir J. Fe-ga-toa,
Under Foreign Secretary, stated
in the Hou'e of Commons this after
noon trntt loyal troops had entered
SoGa on Thursday with the consent of
the nowers. The exact whereabouts
of Prince Alexander, the Secretary
sa'd, was unkLOwn to the British Gov
ernment, but telegranj bad been for
warded to hirn ihvitiny him to return
and resume Lis rule in Bui gar a.
Both Mafe mid Free.
Loxdos, August 26. The Britinh
Foreign Office has been informed that
Pince Alexander is botn safe and
fiee, and that he i' oa his way to his
home in Darmstadt, The dispatchei
state that after being conveyed out of
Baipntia the Prince wan set free at
Rsci. It is believed here that when
Prince Alexander learns of the coun
ter revolution in his favor he will at
onca return to fcilia. Iiis presence
there will, it is believed, queh all dis
orders and restore peacs to the
Batata Will Interfere If Jiceaary.
C0K6TANTINCI'I.K, AllgUSt 26. M
Nelidoff, tie Russian Ambassador
here, has informed hU colleagues thBt
in the event of etnouj disorders in
Bnisaria Ilu-ua would, with the other
powers, consider necessary measures
P.sm, Auuuot 20 Tne Czar has or
dertd tia? Prince Alexander be for
warded to Ki BfnoS if he rcfu-es to
accp". h's abdication as an accom
plished fc . Th tons of Bulgaria
are decked with flig and there is gen
eral rejoicing at the overthrow of the
Permitted to I'ruceed to Germany.
Vienna, A'U'iist 20. The Czr has
permi td Prin e Alexander to pro
ceed to Germany b the way of
Odessa. . '
Quiet t JielTaHt.
EELriST, Angast 20. Everything is
qui? t berti today. Huge paviuu stone
and bronen glaso mark the scne of
last nwht's riot. Tho Rev. Dr. Ki e,
tne Pro'estantclerifvinan who declared
that unless the police were immediate
ly diearni-d 2, 10,000 armed Orangamen
would leiieve them of their weapons,
is again out w.th a declaration charg
ing the magistrates of Bel'a-t with
criminal parity 'rig with lawlessness
The Orantierom of Belfast have
called a meeting of their fraternity for
tonight to consider and adopt the best
means of helping to re-tore order in
Ihe Rev. Hugh Harm, D.D., of St.
Enoch's Chnrcn, th's city, has pub
lished a letter in reference to the riot
ing yesterday on the Shank Hill road.
Dr. fianna advises all respectable res
idents of Belfast to remain as closely
as possible at their homes for some
days to come. He cays hefeaiB that
the Belfast disorders ere to be revived
in a worse form than ever, aad that
the future loss of life in riols through
out the city will be much more dread
ful than it bas been hitherto. The
eoldier?, the doctor siys, will be
obliged to lite upon the citizens.
Thirty men who had been convicted
cf taking an active par; in the recent
riots were sentenced today to various
terms of imprisonment, one of them to
thirteen months. A number of other
men, arrested rn the same charge,
were committed for trial.
Ordered to Leave Uowla.
St. PETEMBi'hG, August 20. Con
radi, who was recently arested at
Simferopol, for spreading heresies,
has been released oh a result of the
interposition of Mr. Lathrop, the
United States Minister, and has been
ordered to leave Russia. His ofl'cnee
was baptiz'ng persona of Lutheran
Frasce and Hauls.
St. Piteksiivko, August 20 Paul
Daroulede, the French advocate whoee
presence here advocating a nnion of
Russia and France against "their com
mon enemy, Germany," bas created
such a sensation, has been given an
other banquet, this time by Rusiian
authors, artists and journalUts. Tbe
banquet was private. It is learned,
however, that the tendency of all the
toastn and epeccheBto emphasize what
tbe French lawyer described as "the
inborn sympathy between France and
Russia" and "the beneficent influence
which French aLd Ru sian literature
and art exercises npon each other."
Declared a Bankrupt.
Losdon, Atigut 20. Sir John
William Uraddock Hartopnet has been
declared a bankrupt.
Railway fctiopn Burned.
Lowdox, Angnat 28. The engine
ehops of tbe Great Northern Railway
Company at Boston, Lincolnshire,
were destroyed by Are today. Several
hundred persons have been thrown
out of employment in consequence.
A evolutionary rineeo.
Li LiniRTADr August 28. Influ
ential and well informed parties here
report that the revolution in Honduras,
headed by Gen. Delgado, is a fiasco
and will result in making President
Bogran's position mnch stronger. San
ralvador is quiet and its press enjoys
the ntmoet freedom. The Presidential
election will shottly lake place. The
oppoeition party is very strong.
llioltra la IIhIt.
Rome, August 20. The cholera re
turns for the twenty-four hours end
ing with yesterday are as follows:
B.sceglia. 9 new cass, 2 deathe, Rav
enna, 7 new cases. 2 deaths; Bologna,
20 new cases, 11 deathe; Runopuglia,
15 new caees. 4 death ; in all the other
infected districts, 33.new cases and 16
A Letter to the People. th (.evern.
ment and the Press.
El Paso, Tex., August 24. Cutting
today published the following adrew :
To My Follow Citiiena of tho United Flatus :
I am at lust free from the Me x can
dungeon, and I consider it tup first
duty to tender my hearifelt thanks to
the people cf my country for the pa
triotic and determined stand they
have taken in my beha.f, for rue, aim
ply as the representative of tin prin
oip e that Amerhai citizens tuiat not
bj punibbed by foreign gcvercmenti
for ot!ens.-s committed wit'.iu th
jurisdiction cf ttie Utited Sutes. I
als) return my sincere thanks to tbe
representatives of our Nat.Oi.al Gov
ernment, to the eminent statesman,
the Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, Secre
tary of tate, who cam ao promptly
to the rescue, and laid down to clearly
the doctrine of non-interference by
foreign nations with matters over
which our American S.ates alone
have ' jurisdiction. I am also
nnder uoligations to the Ameriaa
Minister in Mexico, Gen. Jackson, but
more especially am I confident that I
but eptnk the sentiment of 60,000,000
American citizens when I compliment
our own patriotic and efficient Ameri
can Consul at Paeo del Norte, the
Hon. J. Harvey Bribam, for the
skillful and able manner in which be
has conducted this international affair
from it) inception.' HU manly cres
ence in my dungeon and many cheer
ing words of hope and cocfMcnca in
our great and good government at all
time, was like balm to my depressed
spirits. If I may believe it, Consul
Brigham has outwit'ed the hand
writing oa tbe wall of many a Mexi
can duug- on where today are rotting
away Americans bereft of all hope.
THASKS TO TBE PHESS.
Tj my brethren of the mighty prees
for the zaal and earne tneai and un
ceasing energy with which they have
discussed this matter, and kept it be
f jre the people and the government, I
owe a debt of gratitude I shall never
ba able to repay; and the citizens of
El Pso God bless them one and all
I hope many yeaisto remain with
them, and by my acts slow my sin
cerity of appreciation for their many
kindnesses during my itctrceraton.
I am satisfied tnat ihe Uni ed States
can never yield the point involved in
my imprisonment and sentence. Witn
a frontier extending over 1500 miles
between Mexico and tbe United Stater,
and the businees relations of the two
countries growing more intima'e, our
government can never allow tbe cla in
of Mexico to punish American citi
zens for offenses committed wi'hin the
.United States; should it be, it would
become unsafe for Americans who
ever had a difficulty with a Mexican
on tbe American side of the line
to cross the river into old Mex
ico, as in my case. The matter
h;s been brought so prominently be
lore the not ce of our government and
people, cow is the proper time to set
te it forever. It will be noticed that
in releasing; me from custody Me-xico
smII claims the privilege to punish
Americans for acts committed on
American soil, and simply expresses
herself as satisfied that tbe amount of
punishment I haveair.-ady underline
in Buliicitnt to atone for the otl'ensa.
The same principle is at suited bore as
would have been carried oat if I had
served twelve months at hard labor in
the mines and paid the $000 fine im
posed. The court which arnsted,
t ied and convicted me has been fully
supported by the Mexican govern
ment, and, as far as I can see, di cos
cessions have been made by my libera
tion. PUNISHED ENOUGH.
I have been punished enough, there
fore I am set free, but the main iwue
between the two governments is that
oneclaim3the right to punish Amer
icans for oflenss committed within
the United States, and the other deny
ing that right, remains unRhVcted by
my liberation; however, I have fall
faith in the determination of the gov
ernment to settle this matter at once
and forever as well as to require of Mex
ico ample innemnity for the wrong eho
has doue me, which she has unjustly
ard ciuelly inflicted.
In conclusion, I can tnihfnlly as
sert from experience during a resi
dence, off ard on in old Mexico for
nearly two years, that the Mexican
heart is inspired with a cowardly
hatred of the American, and not until
tho s'urs and stripes are borne from
the border to the Gulf will the liv a
and property of Americans be safe
within the line of this semi-civillz;d
corner of the northern country. Most
respectfully, a. k cuttisq.
GALVANIC SNARES FOB PDSS.
The rrogrena of Kclence Interiors
fl'Ilb tbe .Mnsical failure of fate.
New York Times: John J. Morris,
Excise Commissioner of the old board,
lives on Twenty-first street. Four
years ago cats drove people from their
homes in this street by their midnight
mnsic. . Commissioner Morris owes
the peace of his homo to his son WetU
more, who is an amateur electrician.
He put a wide board on top of the
back feuce to better facilitate cat loco
motion. He then ran six bare tele
graph wires along the top of this board,
a very little distance apart. He con
nected these wires with the s'rmg
battery in the bouse, and a key, within
easy reach, connected the battery with
the wires on tbe fence.
With darkness the cats came. When
a few vigorous notes gave indiotSn of
a promisingly loud "ncert, Wettmore
touched the aey. One long, loud yell
fellowed. Two cats were seen several
feet above tbe fence pawing the air,
and all fell down into the yard quite
paralyzed. One by one they got up,
smelled of their paws, murmured a
mew and quietly stole away. This
was kept up for several nights, until
every cat in the block had tasted light
ning. Now, whenever a cat finds it neces
sary to cross the dangerous path, he
first puts a paw gently out npon the
wires, and crosses very slowly, with
every muscle wound np for a spring to
the ground at tbe first suspicion of
Secretary Hannlac's Condition.
St. Loom., Mo., August 20. Mr.
James Manning, son of the Secretary
of the Treasury, arrived in this city
this morning en route to Colorado on
a pleasure trip. He reports his father
as improving rapidly in health. He
does not think that he will return to
his seat in the Cabinet, although his
health is not permanently impaired.
However, no consultation has been
bad with President Cleveland on tbe
Don't take any Tobacco forGravely's
nnleea each cut is stamped "Gravely's
Superior." Otherwise it is not genuine.
HL0 FROM A BRIDGE.
TWO NEGROES LYNCHED BY A
MOD AT MAGNOLIA, MISS.
Brntal YVlfe Mnrder in Sonth Car
of an Old Man.
New Oblbass, La., Aujinat 20. A
special to the Picayunt from Magnolia
says: "Tuesday night an armed mob
came to this towu, broke onoa tho
jail, tcok therefrom John and I-eandcr
Nelson, colored, charged with the re
cent murder of a negro named Collins,
and hung them from a t ridge near the
town. There is much, excitement
over tho uda.r."
Mif Murderer IIued.
Richmond, Isn., August L'O Na
thaniel S. BateH, who murdered his
wife at nageratown, Ind., on the 23d
of lafli Marou, was executed here today
in the jil yard. The execution was
witceasid by 600 persocs.
IiuprlHoned for Life.
Ck tirn Mn A nirlltt 2(1. A RDATlid
from Osaue Mission, Kas., saya that
Wllilu eeus, in muruersr ui mo wui
ily, was yesterday senteuced to be
tiaugea, wnicn, nnuer toe iuwb 01
Kansas, means imprisonment for life.
Tbe boy took his sentence with tho
same indiff-rence he has manifested
ever since the murder.
Mit -itiirKK. Wis . Aunuat 28. The
residence of A. L. Kane, on Pr.-.spect
avenue, a iaibionanie taorougmare 01
this c.U, was entered at an early hour
this morning and robbed of $S00 worth
of jewelry and silverware. No clew to
Brntal Wife Harder.
Newberry, . C, August 24 Rob
Hwmon, living near b'chumpert's
mid, beat his wife unmercifully for
hou s, sitting antride of her, beating
htr first with the leg of a bench, and
then with the bencu, amid the most
pitiful appeals to him and regardless of
tho appeals of his neighbors, who bad
been attracted for a half mde around
by the woman's calls for help. She
began begging for water. He would
neither give her any himself nor per
mit anyone else to do so. Ho threat
ened the life of anyone that would step
made of his door. When asked what
he was whipping ber about, he said
that be had been talking and talking
to her and now be was going to
convince her or kill her. Next
morning he drove ber from her
home and her two little chil
dren, beating her as he followed
her limping down tho road. One of
his neigubors analn pleaded for her,
but wa warned to move on. When
hhe was last seen alive by any of the
witnesses he had her thirty yards
from tne road, aud again he warned
the,ra away. Later be came stealing
in from the woods near the back of his
house with bis wile upon bis shoul
ders. When he arnved home he
found a neighbor's wife there. He
came in, threw her limp form on the
bed, and said that bis wile had fainted
down in the woods, and that he did
not know what to d for her. Tbe
viRitor wont to her and said:
"Rob, you have killed your wife."
Heanswerod: "Well, she brought
it on herself."
At the inquest it was shown that
the woman had been most bruta'ly
handled. Besides numerous wounds
and bru'ses oa her body and lower
extremities ber skull was frai-tured
and ber neck diBlocated. Harmon
has beon safely lodged in jail, though
there is a strong disposition ta lynch
Iuhainan Treatment or an Old Kan.
Boston, MAes , August 24. A pecul
iar case of grcsely innuman treatment
of an old man by his relatives is ra
ported by the police. The heard that
a man bad been found in the Cellar of
a bousa ait'iated on Buckman street,
r.ear the Winchester line. Officer
Mulklm and a physician were imme
diately sent to the scene. On arriving
at tbe house the officer and physician
were met by members of the iau.ily,
aad on making known what their er
rand was were informed that tbe "old
man was in tbe cellar." To the celiar
the officer and physician went, where
they found an aged man lying on 'the
damp ground with his face down and
unable to move any of his-limbe. He
could whisper, and appeared to icaliz)
what his situation was. He was taken
from the cellar and an examinaiion
made by the phyeioian. It was found
that be was partially paralyzed from a
blow received either from falling down
stairs or from some other cause. His
wife, on being asked how long her
husband had been in tbe cellar, re
plied: "Ever since Sunday af .ernoon."
"Sunday afternoon 1" exclaimed the
physician. "Has he lain there ever
since and had no attendance?"
"Of course he was there ; be would
help himself, the devil a bit," replied
It was found that the man's name
was ' iarrett Kearney, and that he was
abuut 80 years old. He was in such a
precarious condition that he was eont
to the hospital, whero he can receive
Senwational Mnrder In Carter Conn.
St. Lous, Mo., August 20. A Port
Ditpatch special Lorn Chattanooga,
Tenn.. says: News has j net been re
ceived of a sensational murder in Car
ter county. John Ransom and James
G. Gaiaea have been courting one of
the most beautiful ladies of tbe coun
ty. A few nights ago they met at the
lady's houae, and In her preeence
Games shot his rival dead.
Hnlelde Canned by Jealonny.
St. Louis, Mo., August 28. Charles
A. Poakey, manag-r of the St. Lou's
branch of the bar fixture bouse of R.
Rnthscbild, Cincinnati, this morning
visited tbe rooms of his paramour,
Dora Marks, ani in a fit of jealous
rage began smashing the furniture. He
wa arrested and soon after became
violently ill, and was conveyed to tbe
dispensary, where he died at 11
o'clock. The Marks woman found an
empty "Rough on Rata" box, which
Poakey had dropped, indicating that
he had committed suicide.
Tbe Mexican Baby Supply,
St. Lou's Critic: Everything con
cerning Mexico is of interest just now,
and it is pleasant to be assured that
among the chief productions of the
country are children. Thus an ob
servant correspondent in that country
notes tbe large acquaintance of tbe
people with multiplication in saying
that Mexico is tbe not bed of children.
The land is flooded with them, and a
small family is a thing unknown.
Tney greet yon, he says, at every win
dow, at every ccner, on every
woman' back. They fill the cirriagea
on the plaza, they are like a swarm of
bees around a honeysuckle one on
ove'v tiny flower and hundreds wait
ing tcr their chance. A man died tho
othe;r day who w?s followed to the
grave by eigbtv-seven sons and daugh
ters, and hid buried thirteen, so that
he was father to the grand total of 100
children. There is another man living
in Mexico who bas had two w.ves and
who has living forty-five childien. Al
lowing the small average of five to tbe
family, one can see how numerous the
granJihiluren would be. 1 am ac
quainted, ha adds, with a gentleman
whoss mother is but thirteen and a
half years older than he, and she had
eighteen moro of a fa mi y. it is a
bleated thing that the natives are able
to live in a cane hut and ex'st on
beans and rice, else the list of death
by starvation would bo something
A MISERABLE MISER.
John Van Krlinnrh at Ieatb'w Door
Slake a Starll'ta Keelmlin.
Matawas, N. J., August 2t.-John
Van Schanck, a misr. who lives at
his old homestead at Itadwell, n nr
here, having had two paralytic shocks
and believing he was ding seut for
Judge Spsder, Lsfayette C.mover and
Charles E. CunovBr. Ho was found
ljinit on a ha'f biokea ted. The
bouse is eighy-five years o il, Van
Scbanck is 72 years old and has al
ways lived in this same honsu. It is
reads of o'd fashioned thinghs, every
hole in the shlrg es was made with a
gimlet and the nails arj clinched on
the other side. Tne shing'es are all
lined with three inch plank. Tne
windows are one foot wide ami Hires
feet high. The stairs leading from tbe
fi st tn the seennd floor are cat out of
asolid'tree. Thedoois are all (even
Inches thick. All arnnnd the house
runs an o k fence. Every picket is
fastened ti a rail wih a
Dut and bolt so that
it u impossible to break one. Tbe
pickets could only be tsken otf with a
saw. This fence was put np by the
miser five years ago, so that no one
could iot'ude ou his ground'. The
house is a veritable castle ani we 1
nigh impregnate. For five years
Souanck bas declined to sea any of
bis relaiives, or to permit any one to
enter. He lived on bread nod pott
toes. Once a year he killed a pig and
made that last him for months. He
did bis own ookirg; a bmf o( bread
sufficed bim a week. He has four
horses, of which he was very lond, in
the old barn. A'l the mangers nre
made of iron. The miter spent money
in bnt one way ; he had a perfect
craze for old muskets and pisto's.
I; was a curious sight that greeted
Judge Spader and the Ccnoveis when
the entered the house. The dirt was
an inch thi"k alb over the hense.
Schanck said a broom had not been
seen about tbe pla e for eight yearr.
The furni'ure was rns'y aud moth
eaten. Judge Spader save there were
thirty-fonr muskets and seven big
army pistol, altogether about 100 fire
arms of different kinds. The miner
was lying nn Irs bed, mortally ill. He
said tie had made a w.ll which wai to
be opened alter his death. He re
marked, "If you will look around care
fully, gentlemen, yon will find some
thing to surprise you." They bgati a
search An old musket burel was
found filled witu silver and gold coins
worth $300. A stocking full of
greenbacks was fonnA in the gar
ret, and in an ancient bursau drawer
along with a lot of old iron
were $10 0 In gild and silver, and
in a rickety washstaiid drawer was a
pile of notes, much soiled, tied with
tarred rope. They aggregated $S0D0.
Before tne search ended lat nght
they discovered $30,t)OJ sjcreted in
various pads of the hous.s. Two re
mained all night wjth ths r id man and
this morning they renewed the search.
It is doubtful whetln r the raiser will
l ve tbe night out. Ores' tun'osity is
exprersed as t the will. It is bdieved
Schanck drew it hiinsel:. Minnck's
pets were equtrrele. Four years auo
he built a house o; inn, clo.-e to tbe
home?tea1, which be devo ed io squir
rels. Further developmuntsot wealth
are exptcted, aad the ulldir causes
U KA, MI.
Tifiiiomlnao t onoty tioo Wet" by
toRKkSPONiiRxct of Tnie api'Jai.I
Iika, Miss, Angu-t 23. The losal
option elec ioa in this cmoty pasned
off qniet'y yesterday, a 1 ght vote
being pnlleJ. The result is "(or tbe
pale" GoS, "aginst ths sale" 3i3, mak
ing the total number of otes rait ti!H ;
majority in fjv. r of en'e M:'5. Iuka
precinct went "dry"hv fifteen msj rity
and Cole's Mill box "dry" bv one ma
jority, whilp eight boxes in the countv
went "wet."1) Thus by almost two to
one the white l.emcc atic ouitv of
Tiahomi.igo sits down on prohibition.
ri.t.i.in. tun Jit. nriiv vrr.tTTiiirit
Vu ui uiiag aiku.t rt 1 1 i , ....
TOMC8, qolrktj and eompleUtr CLEA58E9
and ENBU'HKS TUB BIjOOD. Onlekeni
tbe artlm of the Llrer and Kldnrp. ffan tat
complexion, makea tne akin 10100111. It don not
Injure the teet h, eanw headuhe, or produce con
atlpaUoa ILL OTUEU IBUN MEDICINES DO.
JPhyiic!s and Drafftota eraTwhere recommend n.
Tm. S. S. Roaaus, of Marion, .. : "I
roconunrad Brown'e Iron BI1U u a valuable Umlo
fcf enrichiM thu lilnnd. and i nmnf all djrapepl
vympumu. It Anm not unit tl Uatli.
Da. R. M. Dn-ntix, RornoMi, Ind., uyt: "I
hava nraTibl Bnwn'l Iron llitlr In dim of
anwmia and blood dine anca. al wlien a ttmto waa
DwOsd, and a haa proved thoroughly aatusf to
W it. Wm. Btwii. Ji) St. Mary W., Naw Orlsana, 1.
aaya: -nrown'i iron union, n-u" - -
of blood polaomuc. and I hoartUjr oouuneud to
ost Dwaina- a mood imnn-rr. . . -
... W U ....... ...u '! .1. 11. MM, I
have baen troubled Irom rhililhiMid with Impora
ftliiod and em ntion on tn faoe two vottloa of
brown'a Iron Bittnm effMl a pert en . I
oumot ipeak too hiUlj of tl Taluable inMlicina.'"
Gannlne haa abo TradeMark and rrod red Hnaa
on wrapper. Tnke no oltarr. Made onl b
BMUW.N lUKMICAL HO-. UALT1MUUK. MIX
W. N. HAXDEfilAN,
Prsildent of the Oreat LOUISVILLE OOU-KltR-JOURNAL
CO.. UUa flat
ha know! of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
0nca or ibi Corarn-JocsniL,
Lr.cr& villi. Kt.
Dr. Wint tm, ffir I alv a rule I hv
ohaerrad for mnnr Tari, tha m ol yonr
r.mdr promptinf mo to laj.in reply to
vonr rennoit, what I know of roar Chill
Curo. The privnt aiinranal of Hi efficac
I had, and tho ood remit lt offoctf I
haAobferTad on Mr. R. W. iwjMitk, who.
for more than ItWn, ari.lhnd bwrj fora
manofmr ojoa.tndad m tc .taat It in
t family, fhj rjilM hava-hean oitiralr
antiilMtory. Tka rt eaa, nil of two
itiri' itatdlni, in whieh 1 -
known remadrhii Un triad with tempo
rary reliet the cbilli retirnint periodically
and with ieeminaly increased I6erity.
l our cure broka them at one, and thero hai
been no recurrence of them for more than
iz monthi. The other cao wii dI a milder
form, and yleUed more readily to other
reruediei 1 bnt tbe chill" would return at in
terval! until rour median wai nueil.eince
whi"b time, now neveral month!, they bore
entirely duaimeired. From the orrortu
nity I have had toju itre, I do not henuteto
txprei'i my boMef that your Chill Cure isa
Taiunble apeaific, anJ pcrforuii all you
promisor it. filMVZVAV.
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DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
IW Country Klor?M, DMelliiiKH anil G'IiiIioiihou a Specialty.
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No. 800 Front Street. : fifempliU, Tenrav
11 1 in 1 in m 10 Mill .
MASUFACURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Kncrlnes, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton (Jinn, Cottot
Titsm's, Wood Pulleys, (Shaft insr, Agiicultural
and Plantation Work,
ASI) DEALERS IN
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8- Wa hara the LARGEST WORKS of tbe kin.l In the Vnlle.i Stntei, and will mac I
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Oottoi eooiUaad to u will hart oar sararol attantlon. Wa carry at all Urau volV
aalaataii ituck 01
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a,.H win - "
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u 1 L-Siiiii 1 1 w
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EOor faellltlai r nnioroaiiad by anyiawnlll In tht Booth for aihnirriU-p-miHly.
wing, "VliM.BldlBf, Blip Lnmtarand Crpren bhina . a ipaolaltyi aJao. a" ramlag
abu 'Of all l-maBiluni. Warn... tba wLlaiala UoMnau a ipaoi-faaturo. OkUm
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PW124 Jeffewon Street Memphis. Tenneae ,
TTiiolexale Oroeer, Cotton JTMtora
And Commission Merchants,
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My. -UKIT 4roUa hll wjiol. time to th. "'lnin; ' ', J1
u. m. mmjn har. Coll Warahonaa. Wajhlnt trra.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union TSt.,pIeinphis,lTenii.
F,' m It never
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1. L. WOODSOi
I AKDIUJW D.isWTNMTJ Miti
a 1 naiiL. uuit
JOU E. KA.NDI.E & CO., TBOPR'S,
98 Second St. Memphis. Tenn
FUXI)EKS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALKR3 IN
.nKlnM. Itoilcm, HhwiuUJm,
Bradlonl Corn aud Wheat Mill I
C'ottou 1'reHK, C'oltou CHlun.
MPF.riAL NOTII'K Wa araprerarad to (111 ordan
nn loon notioa, for tho ealai ratad Mediarl Pniont
Wniiahi. . ... Pulley. Wa oarry in Hook OTtr
Two Hundred Aortad marl,
arSTid fnr ('Btnli yna and PMra-Urt.
Bartlett Normal School
AND TRAINING INSTITUTE roa BUT II
KEXES A ichool noted fnr it! proiw
live method! and ita thorough, honett and
practical inatr action, Cour.e ot itudr ar
ranged to meet the demand! of the timei.
Degree! onnferred, tuition cheap, board fiona
$ to :2. V) per month, location plaaaant.
lehool well equipped, btadenta received
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hcci.ml Term, Octohr iJSIIi. Addreu
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PETERSnVHU, VA. The Twenty-iecon J.
Anniiul Sai"n i this School for Ilura
bealn! tite firt Monda in October. Thor
oiitfh propamiior fnr I'niveiHity of Vir
ginia, Inading- MnKinoerina School! and
I nlled Hiatal Miliuiry and Narnl Acado
miei; hinhlj reeoruu.eided by Faculty of
I'tiiveriity ot Virginia ; lull atiiff of inatroct
om; litaatlon henlll ial. Early application
ndriicd. ai aurahcr ot h.urdra u itrictly
liuiitad. For catIai !.ldrn
W. (OP.I)'N Mci IK. Head Mmter.
School ol Languages
TTREXCH. URHMA.N, ITALIAN, SPAN
V ISIi. Inairuciii.n In claM or private
by le'tnni. For term, , ildre!
l.K'W l.AMSHKHH. H iyoo llotel
Virginia Military Institute,
i8 In fall and mcceMful operation and lap
plies ita enlarged courna of lyitematto
Initruction at a coat much below that of In
tltutloni of like arade in thii oouutry. For
FRANCIS 11. SV1TII. Snpeflntcndent.
Edmrworth lloardiui aud Day
SCHOOL for Young La lie! and Wale OirlH.
Mn. II. P. l.KFKHVKE, Principal, "w. Alt
t'raiuhllu ttlrfrt, Itiiltlmorr. Mt. The
Vftih ichool yanr will beiiin on Tliurnday,
Nrfitrtnlx-r Xi. isrt
"ITTITH aiperlenced amiitanta in all da
W partmanti, will begin ita aixth year
On Sepieuilicr 111,
ntNo. 174 Hernando itreet, formerly (Irace
Church. Boya prepared fur either lluiineia
or College. i)iiclplin lirui andittict; in
itruction thorough and modern in tnethoda.
Modern Language! a ipecial leutu.ro.
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In diitinct couraei ol I ivll, .Mcrhunical and
Mining Engineering (Annual Tuition fW,
and in Manaal Xachnoiogy (Free). Full
Faculty. Kxtenilra e'lulpiuenti and facili
tin tn rtraughting-roouii, laboratorief , ahopa
and.ncld practice. Kntranco Eganilnatlonf
Sept.ll, l&andix. For circular! addreia
'im tv II, I, M MM. ltrHa.
It K A Ja KMT ATE.
No. 4t'-tl . K. D. Chancery Court of Belby
county Caroline Diana et al. vi. Maria
Rain et al.t and .N. VU. R. D.-John
Loague, Adm'r, e.c, ti. Carolina Diana
BY rlrtue ol an Interlocutory decree for
lale entered in the above cue on th.
fc'th day of July, laW. M. 1). M, pag.
li-l, I will itll, at public auction, to the
highlit bidder, in Iront ot tho Clerk ami
Maiter'a oflice, courthoui. of Shelby county,
Meoiphii, lean., on
Nntnrtlity, Aanat UH, 1SNS,
within legal honri, tba fullowing de
icrihed property, iitiated in Taxing District
of Shelby county, Tcnnemee, to-wit: Tho
on-fi'urtn undivided intereet of Joieph Bain
in and to the following Iota, via: One lot of
land being part of lot l". block 'IS begin
ning at a point 10 feet north of the north
woit corner of Linden and Ciiupey street! :
thence north with Cauiey itreet 10 feet to a
atakei ihcnra wet pnrnllel with Linden
treet 1:H feet to Dob Price! Una i thenoa
louib parallel with Causey itreet 10 feet to
itiikei thenca enat pirallol with Linden
itreet Lit teet to the beginning. For title to
which referooce ti uniilo to dnid recorded In
book :, Pugoiili, of Hi'gliUr'i offlca. Alio,
one lot lying on tbe south sido of Poiitotoo
itreet, between Caurcy and Hernando streets,
and known ai part of lot I, blaak 41, front
ing M feet on the south side of 1'ontoUiO
treet and running bark or louth between
two parullel line. t'A Icet. For titlo of which
reference Is tnade to dead recorded In Keg li
ter'! oflica In book H(, i ago iUi.i. And alio
one other lot, which begins at a stake on th.
outh lid. u' Llndon itreot 54 feot eait ol
Cnusey atroet) tbenca east with Linden
itreet Ml feet' tbenca south at right angles
with Linden street II ' feet; thence weit par
allel with Linden Itreot 60 loots thenc.
north U! feet to the beginning. For titl. of
which reference is had to docd rocorded In
Register'! office book M. pige :I7H. Sold inb
Ject to tha right of dowry ol delnndant, Ma
ria lluln, as anlgnad ber in tha third lot
above let out.
Terini of Salo One ball Ci) cash; ibal
anca in alx months t note with good security
for deferred payment required: lien re
tained to loeuro snnie, and equity of ra
demptton barrad Thli August ;). lsml.
S, 1. McUOWELL, Clera and Master.
By II. F. Walih, Deputy O. and M.
Jatuei Oallaghar, liuntt it Patterson and
Poston A Poston. Solicitors.
lmpoKirn NATi Kti. r.rrrBTBNa
tt.M MI.HtKAI. W4II.H. FROM
lilKRESUORN. UNEX' KLLEIi von
FAMILY I KE. RKCOMMtND
Kl BY THE
Illglif.! MfiIIcmI Atitliorlllm.
Bole Agenti fir Memphis,
JAl'OIIW at IIAKH ll'T.
A Valuable Patent.
Uaxtry'. (Uoran) I'orn stul ! fliao
leir. HAVING par'eeted ay Inyor tion, I wlih
to idno. it before tbe pnbllc, eilally
manofaotnrara. As a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect mcooii openi the ilrlll, distribute J
the nad accurately, nniniured, and ooverd
th. lama, thereby ona tuan performing the
work ot three. Tliov hare beon mad in
thli lection for oyer a doten yean with par
foot latlilactioo. Can give raiponilbl. telU"
.J011N il. DANCY, Danoyylll.,
H,inni "Lutity, Xan-
Weeotft'tly reeonimenai '
y. i if ii U .1.! i.m.'ly
tvl-kie mid CKitHar
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Ko. S99 hECOM) M'.. MhMrUIH.
A FULL and ooxplet. ito. k of vvooil and'
Matallie v'nai ar..i t'a'iu.i. Cloth-Cov-arad
Caiketi and Itur al ("!. always t
hand. aMOrdari bv teleirepb promptly
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For prices and eitiujalei at i'jotory rate,
call on or addreis
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(0$ A 440 Main at., andll Jt 2! Mulberry it. i'
,. MEMPHIS. TENN.
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tialtauiwdlronOortioe.Tin Ilo. fi A stoves
JF Jl'carefta Ll
f fi T(l 5 HATS.fl
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