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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1880.
STRUCK BY LIGHIOTG.
EXPLOSION OF A POWDER MIS
AZISE AT CHICAGO.
Serer&I People Killed, a X amber
Serlouslj Injured and $75,000 j
Worth fPropert7 Destroyed,
Cbicioo, lu, Aofrost 30. At 4
clock yesterday morning, in the
midst of a heavy iliunder storm, the
powder inaKiite belonging; to the
Lliin-l.an.d Powder Company, was
struck by lightning. An explosion
followed, which destroyed property
valued at $75,000. besides killina two
peraon almost instantly, fatally in
juring three, and intl'Ctint painful
irijar.es cn nar!y twenty-fly others.
IKFECT3 CF TDB DISASTER.
The comhined efforts of a hard
fought battle, a cyclone and the with
eriux iutluenc s ol llgbtoinn could
not have presjnted a picture of more
aliect dteodt on and deetruction than
did the conn ry f. r half a mile in all
directions from t'ie exploded maga
ice. The dav cad opened aloomlly.
AtSo'rl ck lau teitan falling furi
orely from immense banks of clouds.
FUsuesof ligttinn were soon cbas
1 ing each other nni ei the whole firma
ment, ontil the heavens seoined
aWf.7.8. The thnodor was deafening.
'About,H5 a lhi-b, which all agree
wa rrtich b igtiter than those pre
ceJint! it, was followod by a
rerori llmt shook the greater part
of Cook cjtmty. , It was a aharp re
port, but Htianjje to s j, by those who
lived in the vuinity of the explodon,
it was herdly dietinguishab'e from
the ei'.M of tiiundr claps which had
been the ordor cf tbe morning. All
igree tfcat there vh a tremendona
Waking o! the earth. ' Articles ol fur
uiture not stationary wero thrown
atout as if thoy were
PLAYTIIIMiS IS A OIAITT8 POWBR.
Meu, women and children were tcwid
around at tbe will f the terrible
rrBit tleas force released by the ex
pinion. The scene tiie nutustropbo
IstlmH twomile f nm the extreme
southwestern edge cf the city, near
where Archur avenue ic't ia down
into a conventional highway. On one
aide wave great fields of ripening corn.
On the other a broad Btreich of prairie
rocs for nearly a mile in all direc
tions Ou this ate, or rather wero. a
Uchq plain but strongly built honsoe
villi walls ol yellow brick, roofi ol
slate and strong iron doors. These
hu'es wero tbe rxngwsinos ia which
tbe bolkef the powdir supply for
Chicago and tbe territory dependent
npon it was stored. A low peoplo of
the humbler claw built them poor
homes on the prairie cloee to tbe
warehouse containing tbe deadly
stufl, snd lived without fear of
ANT DISASTER NOM THBIB PaOXrMITT.
Right in the midst of the insgnrnoa
mse the horn ol W. J. Tiorney, J'ollcs
Magistrate ol lbs town ol Lake in the
limitiof whahorporation the ware
houses s'oad. The house was ontil
lately an attra'tive looking boose, two
atones hiirh. with suasions verandah
in Irout and snrroundud by a nurolier
ol euNi'antial outhous'e. It over
looked Archer road about foity yards
away. Three hundred loot noithea
fit" the Tiemer residence was a li'tla
cottasD. rndoly built aad snrronndiU.
bv sheds, s'ablcs and Log poue. The
miijr.in nf the Lallin A Uund Pow
der Company was odo ol the largest ol
.lr,An .trurtitrna ill tho neiiihtor-
hood. It wai a subHantial brick
house, 70x110 ftet la dimensions, wi:h
felate tool and one iron door of great
Btrpnirth. Tne mgaiine wni 3(H) loet
east c I the cottage ol John iiiun ana
700 feet from tbe residence of Mr.
Tierney. Wlien tho lain hrtr to
fall this mDJDiPg the peoplo of the
vicinltv sere all in doorp. nuny ol
them prolonging their Saturday niglit's
I'Afct. An occasional wngm paaing
along Archer road wai about tits only
eifiQ bl i lie outdosrr.
the explosion' a long eloctilo (lume
aecmed to burst from iust over the
latin Rand magnrine. In an in
st tut tiie air wai lined with Hying mis-
Biles, tuns es of brick and cluy, sheets
of tin, large BUmos and pleooaot tim
ber pe. formed indeecribable gyrations
hundreds ol feet in lbs ar, soaie lall
ins back c!oh to tho toirt from which
they' started while others shot off
throuah snncs with frightful velocity,
only con forming to tbe laws of finvliy
after a long flight, Stones weighing
from one to ten and fifty pounds were
thrown into fluids two miles from the
scene. Trees wore stripped, tenets by
tb mile wctlid low. telegraph wires
Wtro mapped and tne praitiu lore
earns an cf a tboivand steam plows
Not a building within amllo f the ex
plosion tscoped darango. The littl
rotfiws ol Johntiohl. with its rut
rounding onlhousw, was laid low with
out waruicg, and iu a moment parts
ol the exploded waretiouro bgn
fall ne on tne debris ol the cottage,
, Guhl's fsmily consisted of himsol', his
wife and Cairio A. lieranwortb, 14
yean o! age. The latter was tnetantly
killed, while (iutil and bis wile wero
drairued from the ruins frightfully inU'
tilaUd. Their horse?, cow snd swioe
ALL KIt.LKD BY TUB 0OSCU?N10N
and tbe bodies blown lull of dirt, sand
and powder. Tbe mint ol Gobi's
houBB immediately look fire and tbe
smoldering itagmenta burned out dur
ing tbo day. The body of Oarrio
Ahr.nwtrUi presented a sickening
apecttclo. Halt the faco was .torn
away. Tbe eyes were a'miit torn
from the r sockeU, and there was
gaping bole in her forehed lnrge
cuougU, to receive a man's tint. Tbe
girl's left orm was torn from tbe
shoulder, Tbo body was removed to
the home ( I her uncle, Au;utt Abren
wertli, on Caiiloruia avenue.
Tbe dead and iatai(y iDjured are
Bliss tame Alirenwerin, Killed ln
ftant;y; Peter Venn, a farmer, ribs
broksn and fearfully bruised; John
Glial, termster for tne Orients! Pow
der Comrany. ribs fractured. r:ght leg
broken in tao places, internal wounds;
Mrs. tiuhl, tku'l crushed; Mrs Klir.a
Dt vere, right log crushed.
Mrs Gu hi wai extricated alivo, but
almost beyond bops.. Iier'eutlre body
was niaugU-d and braised. The rght
aide cf her body was paralysed, out
the wrist ol her w&undj was a gtping
fracture la tbe buck of her head,
through wh'nih In r b-oins ocz-Ji).
fjuhl end h b wife wire tend-rly car
ried o t'ie re ideuce of Dr. J. lies
Mills, al the con er ol Thirty-eighth
trett Bud Warhiofitia aveaue, where
they weie kindly trea'ed. Dr. Mil's
rji sjied theii friends by saying they
iiad a bight chanca far their lives, and
tKy wee removed to the city, to the
home of Mr. Gobi's brother.
"kiirect'y scab cf Lallin & Hind's
powder housi, facing ths Archer
venue road to the northwest, flood
the-modett little frame houee of M s.
Kliui Devine. It bad ouly one room,
but was enough for It only rccn
pant."' Sbe had reached the age of 65,
hid aeen btr children marry, and sha
badhoped to aMDd bar remaining I
j i. -J .., -
home. What little was required for
her enpport aba earned by naHns
drease. for tb women in the neigh-
borhood. What aba experienced
,IM axiswiMrooE Vuci, ' .
mwuDU. aiui - blum rai n -tm wmriw nail i
cea ed they lound that Mr. l)vioe's
bouse wae a total wreck. It did nut
have the appearance which cha ae'er
Ized tbe rains of Guhl's hoose, that
of having been blown awsy by a strong
gust of wind, but it bad simply col
lapsedmelted, as it were. Tbe debris
waa not scattered, but it occupied tbe
same amount of space a d id t he bouse
before tbe explosion. Tbe presence of
a stone weighing about 300 pounds on
the top cf the rums indicate! tbat tbe
bouse was sqneend together like a
shell and its Inmate was caught with
out a chance to excape. Willing bands
were soan at work, and after much
labor she was extricated. Her appear
ance made tbe hearts ol tho atauncb
eet among them sicken. Her right log,
from the kneo down, was crushed ioto a
Bbapelen nia of fleeh and bone. A
large piece ol glsss had entered Jost
nnaer her collar bone and bad beon
forced oat tbrongh ber armpit. Teter
Konn. a firmer from Orlsn J. was driv
ingpMt in hia wngin on the Archer
road, and wai immediately in front ol
oi the great magazine when the Imll
strnck. Kenn wa blown 200 fort into
the corn field and when picked up
waj found ti bo frinhtfally injured.
One of his boms wai killed outright
and burled into a ditch at tbe side of
tbe rood. Tbe otber animal was badly
hurt and the wagon wis reduced to
bits. Kenn's ribs were fractured and
bis face snd body terribly slashed.
l:rt and rand blown into the cuts ren
ilerod bis agony terrible. The man's
tonguo was swollen until he could
hardly breatho. hvery gar told of
frightful injary. At the county hos
pital tomgbt. however, he ws stm
Till lPLODRI MAO7.INB.
contained, it is e.tniatcd, 140,00)
pounds of powder and half as macn
dynamite-, la tho ne irhbring ten
storehouses was 5(5,000 pounds of dyn
amite and twice as mnih powder. Not
one ol the eleven hurdings htvi a ngnt
Ding rod or conductor. Justice tur
ner's house was a wouderfal looking
assortment of rnins. The east wall
and the roof were blown down and
the water part of the material com
poaing them bad disappeared into an
unknown somewhere. Ilia second
floor of the main part of
the commodious bouse was let down
on one side, and the fnniitore, bed
clothes, toilet articles sni wearing
sp pare! were heaped np ia an indae
cnbab'e mass of confusion. The most
marvelous feature of the explosion is
the miraculous escape oi Mr. ana are.
Tierney and their six children, who
came through the disaster almost with
oat injary. They were aw in me
home, and their faces were blowa fall
of alae and ther resemh'od coavaW
cont smallpox patients, bat not one of
them were senoBsiy nurr.
wbbm thb mm snocK
ol the maaastne exobwion reewbed the
Jetnit Church of the Holy samlly, m
Twelfth street and nine island aveau,
five miles dUtt, 10 a clock mass wiw
going on in tbe bmwmont ol tho etu
lice. Tbe rafters tbeok and tbe bnild
ing trembled like anwpen lnf. There
wore between 100U and J 200 people at
the service. The liev. Father Lapte
was the celebrant. Tbo worshipers
got upjn the benches and miule as 1
discriminate plunge far the staircase
and windows. The IiiUer wore knock!
out, ratings and all. Ths utmost coa
fiiHiou prevailed. Men fell in heaps
ovr fainting wuriLiuuad cMldrrn to
art out on tbe RAnuii axljoining tho
church. From thS biktoment was an
itDhlll movement, and In the excite
ment many wero knocked down ed
trampled under foot, rattier lgn.'B
admonition to tho congroiiation to re
main seated was driwuud in the paa
Blonnto sppeaU for bolp from the
trodden on womon and children.
Juht at this time tho Key. rather
Coughlin, the pariah priest, inula his
aopeitrance at one oi tne windows.
The presence of the reveroud gontlo-
ruau hat a u.d euict, and niter
snring tho congregation that there wee
no danger, tney were on tne point oi
takir.g their seats, wbeu eoiuo one
cried 7'Firet" The cry was taken up
by hundreds and was heard aero
the street at the engine honse. Tbe
marshal ordered his men out, and
when the flromen made tbsir appear
ance, how in hand, every tning te
amed an tndtscribaule state ot coam
sion. Men bawled, wnmeu screamed
and hildren acreeched. By a com
mon impulse the entire congregiitiun
r.iflhod for the Iron screpned windows.
The wire projectors wore snapped
asunder like so many threads and for a
time tbe firemen apd uBcorucious
women and children were the sola oc
cupants ol the eacrod edifice. A largo
bronr.s statue on the dome ci tbe
church was did idged and fell down
through the skylight. All the trannom
windows in tbo corrlJen ol rt, Igna
tius College were shattered and a great
seam opened in tbe woet wall ot tnnt
building. Htrango to relate, notwith
standing tho ranie, no one wa sen
ously hurt. The lizard ol Trade build
ing, although seven miloe from the
scene ol the explosion, was greatly
afle'ted by the disturbed condition of
tbe atmosphere. Tbe main hall in the
second lli or is iightod by three sheets
ol plate glasf, each about twelve loot
square. Tbe upper and lower ol three
abeeti wire shattered, none of the
fragments being larger thau a fifty csat
piece. The man who charts the elec
tric liubt lamps wss in tho towt'r, which
is 300 leet high, doing this work when
tho explosion ocenrrod. Ho elates
that the lonur swayed in a way tbat
led him to loir that the structure
would topple over.
thb sii'M-K or rni Bxn.omnif
wan diet nctlf felt at the Palmer Hooei
aid caused a sudden extinguishment
of all tbe lights in tin barber shop,
The Bahs'antMl bot-1 was shaken
from the roof to the foundation.
The samn may be anid of ths Wrand
Pai iflo Hotjl. In the Western Uuirn
llallding, in which are located th
general olllces ol tbe Awociated Press,
many windows were broken. Resides
ths one dead and four who cannot sur
vive, tho following is a paitial list of
tin's who are known to boieriouHly
injured; Te'or ilain, 2H years old,
gardener; Jaoiet Summon, lit yours
old, parents renido on Joseph street
and Pearson nvenuo; two Kelly
brothers, 14 aud 1U years old, reeiect
iveiy, parentB resldo on Wegtern av
enue, near Tiiirty-sixth street; P.
Middso, a small boy, wh le paionts
rejido cn Tlilrty-eigt.t!) rtret, near
Pcianon avenue ; Phbip Bowler, cabl
nut maker, 72 Hnnth Union
stree, arm crushed, by fly
log atone and . amnulated;
John Leroy, jr, 17 yrars old, ol No.
IGj Canalport avenue, leg badly
cruchfd; John Jnng, 61 years o d ,
gardener, resides south of Archer
road: Mrs. Jong, 4(1 years oH, wife of
tin former; Mine Kennedy, 13 years
old, parents ratide on Jobuson afreet,
quarter ol a mil Lorn the scene.
Tbe force of the expToattm pae lill TIIKK U K SI.
k . In a nnrthsrr V ana CUV
erly direcrien and left a trail ahoat
three-quartom of a mile wide. The
shock was diatiwrty felt In all parte of
the city and many people were treaty
friohUoed. Tbeexplosioa playeu sau
al the B'idwell tbe female
waa prostrated bv the nervous shock
and will not be able to" attend
to duty lor several days. The
ceiling in the upper tlxr ot - tne
mala banding we cracxea inrougn
from east to woat in a straight lice,
and patches of tbe plastering fell in
ail parte of tbe building. The greatest
damaga was done to the ceiling in the
main ball, which waa nearly n torn
down. Several doors in the bnllliDg
were blown from their binges, and
about 200 panes of glass were broken.
At McCormlrk's works almost zuu
pnos of glass on th river side of the
building were ooxen, ine ddiiuibk
was shaken and doors were- blown
from their hlngee.
A PERILOUS JOURNEY.
I ok ob niryele.
WAsmnoTOW. August 30 Mr. ri.
T. H ibertwn, the well known bicyclist
ol Ibis city, and two friends, went to
Cabin John B'idge today to ascertain
th irnih of a Story published a dy or
two ago of he riiling of a bicyclist
cro tbo bridise coning. After care
fully ioqniriog tbey found tbat tbe
stnry was a hoox originating in a joko.
Mr. Uo bsrtson inerrunon ueiermineu
to be oae to accomplish ths foat. The
nonina is a wall tblrry bet Ion with
a flat too fif'eon Inches and height in
the left of alnot throe to)t above tbe
roadway of the bridge, and on the
right about tbe middle, about 12S feet
above the rocky gorge below. Rob
ertson placed bis bicycle upon the cop
ing, wbera it was held by one of his
conjoaoions until he had mounted.
He then started. on ins perilous trip,
Moving slowly ib an almost straight
line, he p-oceeded steadily to the mid
dle of th bridge, where fir an instant
he swayed slightly toward the outside
but quickly recoverod and kept o.
On nearing tbe other end ho tipped
hia little wheel up and witb a abort
ride on one wheel dismounted back
ward Biely, having crossed la throe
Did Horn nol Than A'l Winer
TMiir or t"ioe.
Mrs. Mary A. Stephenson, Dresden,
Tex., writes: 'Your Huthes's Tonic
did me more good than all the other
tonics or qninine toiretber. Quinine
will not brokk the chills, but Hugh
TodIo acts like a charm. There are
roveral familios in our neighborhood
tbat will recommend It most highly
Prnnared bv K. A. Koblrmni L.
wnoleeala drtiar.rise, Louisville, Ky,
Sold at reUil by drnfrii generally.
LatorTroablMiS BUw Trk
Nnr Yosr, Auirui 30.flnriB-
tendent J. M. Tooccy, of th New Tork
Central railroad, today said to a re
pnrtra that be had beard nothing fur-
Mier rxom too ivaignw oi umr ur
ployee who asked for an increaa ol
net, It was bis purpoa. be said, to
del with his employes as ladividnala,
not aa members of tbe crjanrMtioa ol
th Kolghts ol Lor. H thought
that no trouble would ensue, aa tbe
company intended to deal fairly with
Tliore is no change in the clothing
cutu-rs bx;kont. Tbe employers ar
vanily trying to lid their shops with
non union men, nni ino rew empioymi
have ruined po much cloth that several
were discbaritcd. Tbe cutters will
bavj) a parade tomorrow to show tbeir
streuKtb. The union men expect a
complet victory over their employers,
A WONT l.IBEBAl. FFKR
Tub Voltaic Bslt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bslts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss oi
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in scaled envelono with full
particulars, maiieu iroo. ir rito uiuiu
HlllMl by ftrpnlj Nbcrlfr.
GiivaTorr. Tax.. August 30. A
special to the iNcuv from Columbus
hbvb: rnree aiexiraes eocame in'
voived in a lhiht in tbe street Saturday
night, and when Deputy bheriir Hope
attempted to arr,t them they all
turned mxm him, and one ol them at-
temntpd to stub blin. Deputy Hope
aha tho Mexican in the cooler oi tue
forehead, inflicting a wound trom
which tho latter died shortly aitsi
ward. At tbe inqnoM yeaterdsy morn
ing the jury JuHUii.J Hopes action
The name cf the Mexlcau who was
killid Is not known.
Th Wllllnaa rllnr at Itoaton.
Bosroa. Maps.. Angunt 30. A meot-
Ina of tbe creditors of P. G. Williams,
th lumber deolor of No. 70 Ktlby
street, waa bold here this morning
The meeting was private and only
crHlitors wera present. The etstement
presented shows I llablliries of 23,
644. Of thne 10.217 are oima ec
counts. $132.7Pi notes and f3.Vt.ti21
contingent in ths shape ol Indorse
ment -i. The aaHs are-$91,6S7. A
committee was appointed to invo.ti
gate the affairs of Mr. Williams and
also of Rnseall, Sheen A Co.
(minenciod at Lawf.
Naw York. August 30. After two
years of discussion, legal contentions,
t.. work was bun upon the elec-
trioel subway this forenoon. Tbe
coaipojition through which the wires
are t) run contains twelve con
duits two and ono-lislf inches in
diameter. There aro to be two lines
of thoM side by aide, and the surface
will be about two leet wide. A large
crowd slithered to witueea the brok-
ing ol the eartn.
Iellirl ' Somlnallon.
Wn v-itsiiAiniH. Ta.. Ansnst 30.
JniU StjinlriV Woodward, who would
K,n rMivnd the nnanimons nomlna-
tioa f r IVngresi by the Uomxrats el
tho Twolttu Uistriot, nas wrmen a mi
ir i iVti'a v declining tne nomina.
ti?n. An ettcrt will be made to in
duce Master Workman T.V. Powdorly,
ol Scranton, to accept the nomination,
lUllroail Ac-ll-u lo Kentucky.
HoMKRHvr, Ky,. Arniust 30. Train
No. 1 on th Cincinnati Honthern rail
way was wrecked Ixdly near Dry
lil.W Kr.. cans by theeng ne jump
ing ibo trak, and killing Engineer
r.iimlmand huriiog riremin Mur-
ntiv. Conduclor Hbnin and the baj-
oiwn maHr onite reveielv. All trains
are detained on accottut ol It.
Tokkh's one tostb-waah, the ladies
Pr'l'ei .. ...
AVJIOVeU llT UtUUD V nwow
Oae dentifrlco there Ib , supremely
A sweeter, better on than all the rest ;
And you will find in every land ths
That POZODOXr'B lie old, familiar
asmjis v tuiaai . .
ATTEMPTED 80ICIDS OF KILIA5
What Hm Bet Dltsoovered Jy the
' Plle Tbe, Iaflaence of toe :
ueme uod. .
Naw York. Augnst SO. Anarchist
tfflhn Kylian, who is under arrest for
being the prompter and moving spirn
in tbe Koiiut incendiary murder in
Kasi Sixty-fourth stnet, for which th
Kohot brothers were sent to King Sing
prison for life, one innocently and toe
other really guilty, tried to cheat tbe
hangman oat oi a job vesurday at po
lio beadqaaittrj. Police Hergeant
McLaughlin caught him in the at
tempt, evidently to bia great disap
pointment. When the sergeant
opened the door of Kylian's cell be
saw the occupant standing near the
grated window. Tbe anarchist made
a quick movement as tbe dcor swang
open, as if to conceal something, or as
f inutrrupted in eoine project in amen
the window played a pri. lis action
did not e.caiie tbe detective. He
called Ollicer tiuiitry, and with his
aistance forced tbe prisoacr into an
other cell. Then tbe one bo bad
occupied was subjected to a thor
rooch search. Between tho mttroies
and his bed the omcers Jouad cot.
cealod a nore?, mads of a strip torn
from the blanket and twis'ed into a
ropi. with a slip knot. Kylian had
evidently b:a examining the window
bar w:th a view of a'taching tho end
ol tbe rope to oce. when di.-4,arbd by
the officer. He was qute'ioned about
it, bat took refuge behind his inability
to spak much r.agiiflb. aid merely
shook bis lund sullenly in answer to
all Inauincs. Tho watch wwi then
set upon him nntil be was tktn to
court and eornini'ted to the i4nw.
Among the intormation obtained by
the police in their ac ive though very
Sfcrt pursuit ol the itc--nd ary ar
arclii.its in this city during tho pr-eeat
year was this, tht lli iawlei tund
wiuiin mrr mob: 6 camp tnnt were
burning: tenement housas for their
priae profi: aud 1 ave a'nftiy looded
their coi-iencee ai.h murder a dozen
times over. I nd sworn to stand aad fa'l
toci-tber in nilf protection; to kill
themselves or one another rather tbao
rirk fa'ling iuto the hinds ol tha police,
or dieclciHlng eech other's s-cT("ts.
Wbon JSditor Tockerexpowd the New
York plot in lib taptr. the Boston
Liberty, lam March, aud wrote "It is
heir boatit tt a', the aHive anarcbisa
shall all go to the gllow-n togeiher.
tbe adened dtflperHdon if the band
taken aa aa empty but. Bui
the doajpodneas whh which tho Ko
bans -sailer mleaiiy tnttr lite sen
tences, lbs guilty brother knowing
tliat tbe ciber w8 innocent and
thaB bo himself waa being made
tbe saapegcut ol no infinitely worse
raacal, while even trie innocently con
victed aearch'st disdained to appeal
lor marcy, opened the eye of th
pobli. It is now believed that Kyi
Ian a attempt at sell murder wn in
puvenil (4 the nihiliet'C progranun oi
the rasaally crew ol which be was a
member, rather to suffer death by
tb4r own baods than ran the risk of
forth diesloeaies. Tbe detective are
reticent on the subject, but aro follow
ing up tbe e'ews they have obtained
very quietly, bat witu the utmost en
TUB BOMB CLCH.
Tbe exposure of the Horns c'uIi'h si
legod attempt to kill General Master
W orkman Powder'y, aa publishod in
a Pilmbnrn fciuodsy ptipir, ha) agita
ted Knights of Libor circles in this
city. Hovernl members were uceu to
day who noited ia denouncing tbo
Homo (Jlub in unmownreU terms.
One of them Baid : "The Home Club
hits brought much disgrace on the or
der. 1 conld Ml ot numerous ia
stances in which this has occurred.
is a notorious fact that tho recent in
veetiaation by a committee ot th Gen
eral AHM'iublv has beon a whitewash
ing aflair. Ths Homo Oluh must rule
or ruin. With this end in view
any one who is oppod
tliair principles w .1 bo driven from
tbe order, if poawble. II a man ap
plies formembi rjhipsnd they imagine
that hs vyiu ne an enemy to tnem ns
will bS bleckbaHed. A case of th
. kind occorred in the boatmen's strike
recently, when several prominent
membinre of tbe Bjetinin'e Union
were blackballed for no otber reason
except that the h.floence was feared
lor over a year isroouiyn mon nava
tried to form a mixed district, bnt tbe
Home Cinb s influence has ben exer
cised nguinst tliem Biiccefnlly to keep
them out nntil alter the Goneral As
sembly at Richmond. I (ear that they
will try to disrupt the order if tbey
cannot control the Richmond meeting.
Al that time will occur the greateet
strugK'e ever known in the ordor. Tbe
Home Club will s op at nothing, not
ven murder, to effect their enda. Vic
tor Jirnry, tire trader, is an oiisiioot oi
the Pa is Cftnmuae, and baa been try
ing to make D s'ricl Aeeamtily No. 49
an engine of sociniiain.
ll,wimruln.. Ir. 1'rl.Va V" ' I!L",'J 1
lumwM, Vanilla, Umuoo, Uvr dllMuusl).
met aunMB mwont CO. Chkttn am tt tstB
book ol KO pares
best rook loi
an aiivei tlser to con
be ne eperi.
il cr otherwist-
nontlna lists ol
newspaper! r4 estltnalu' oi.iha post of ad
vertising. Taeadveriisotwho wenta te si-end
....i. .11.. anj. U'n .n,lnl iriuation he re-
nulres, while loiHhlm who, ;ll Inyeat on
hiiLdred thensondM.dUre InadvertUinr. a
eeheiiio ii lodicited which will m.-ol his
J very requirement, or can ba made to do so
y sllaht chanirn- easily arrived at by eorre
si,on,Iane. One hundred and llty-tbree
editions have been issued. nt, iiostraid,
to any address lor ten can
O UdUL' L'l.l. (N I K
ny adiiresslor too ""tf
KOWKLL Jk CM.. NKWrlPAPirl A U-
VBKTISINU BljKKAt'.iii Spruo sU (rrlnt
la HousejSnnnre'. New York. m - J
ALL persons are hereby warned Dot to
pornh us Cert I fieete N o. Ml for tsn aharei
ihevDle Temple Stock, issued to H. W. Bhel-
tea, April II, 1KT. mt It baa been met or na
si, and I have err- led tor a duplicate.
l iM.lii.iji.Mi.,..i a - "
The most wonderfulTiTtw -
known. Its effects
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
i aa aaaan.Has i
About twenty ynnra ago I dlKorercd a little aore cm my check, and ths doctors pro
DOTDced It cancer. I hare tried a number of phyeiclww, but without receiving any perma
nent benoflt. Amonx the number wero ono or two epecialits. Tho medicine they applied
waa like ore to the sore, causing tcteuac pun. I saw a statement in the papcre telling what
8. 8. S. had done for othera alnularlv a31icul. I proenrod aotne at once. Before f baa nsod
tbe aocond bottle tho nolijhoora could notice thai my cancer waa hcolins np. My freneral
health bad beca had for two or three years-l haa a backliitf cougu ana spit blood contin
ually. I had a aovero pain in mj bread. After taklnireiT hotllcs of S. S. S. my contrh left
mo and I drew aiontcr thnu I ban been for nivcrul veins. My cancer bus healed oyer all but
a little aHt about the size of a half dime, luid It Is rapidly disuiiieurui,'. 1 would adriae
OTuiy one with caucur to gne S. b. B. a ttur trial.
Mas. NANCY J. MfCONAUOllEr, Asho Orovc, Tippecanoe Co., led.
Fob. 1, 198H.
Bwtft'a Simclllc la entirely oe,etnble, and peema to euro cancers by forcing ont tbo lmpn
tlea from the blood. Treatiae on lllood and Skin liiptyw mailed free,
. T11K SWUT Sl'fiClHO CO., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga.
E. M. APPER
364 FRONT STREET.
57, 59 and 61
S-A large and ohoice leleetion of MULES and II0RSES eonstantlr 01 hand.
guaranteed as represented. Orders soiioited.
i J0UN fcMITU.
W "O" ME 33 2E3
KemodrlluK Uclecllve Plnnibiuir a
Katlsritctlou UanrHiilcril. ENllinittp Furnished. elaDblog
rrniilly Alieu.lfd To.
No. 100 Poplar Stroot, Menuilii", Tonn. Telephone No. 731
Livery, feed, Sale &
All Orders for Slock Promptly Filled.
Nos. 53 and 55 Union Strest, : Memphis, Tennessee
ADLm 3B0. &00..261 Mill S
L. i'. MULUNU. ot late J. ft. Godwin
Cotton Factors &Commission Kerchanta
No. 1 Howard' Row, for.
77 o. II Umlon Etreet.
iU'17asju!IH'2ASU386 Second street, sootli ol tiajoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingling
. - -
CHEAPBY TH- JtON.
EG1!1IS &3 OO.
SON & GO.
k Cotton Factors,
Niienlnltw. Flrel-t'liia Work Solicited
Special Attention Paid to Boarding Stock.
Latest KoYslllrjs la Footwear
VOK BPBUta AJtD BUXKUk
AflKNTB lOBlia FAJ10UB
W. L. Douglas 13.00 Call Stum.
Ia Batto. Leoe and Oeocream
ar ninstrated Catalorne and Prlee- Lif
Mailed Free on application.
Oo. JAB. Y0N8K. late ol J. W. CaldwaU O.
Front and Union, Mflmitliis.
: x TCemphls, Tttr
riSATT GIST CO
Manatneturcr's Agenti for
Daniel Prult Cotton Gins.
FEEDERS AN D C0KDEX3ER3,
SMILEY, SniTH A
, Erllneo Itniler Ulua, Fed
era and Ola Krpairrra,
OS to 104 Poplar St., Momphla.
arPratt Revolving-Head Gins nne.
qualed. btoca; now comj
tollClteU. V1U 11UIB IVBl'mrcu IU A
lass urde . All work guaranteed
.. - ,
fc Feed Stable
Bartlett Normal School
AVD THAININU INSTITUTE roaBOTU
8EXKS A tcbuol noted lor iu i.roirj
iva matbodi and iu thoroujb, honaft and
practical initiuclion. Conr a ol itudy ar
rnrd ta mavt tbe demanda of tha timely
Desrea conferred, tuition cheap, board f.om
H to 'i-' per month, location pleaaast.
ehoot wall eiuini'ed. Stadenta received
any ttm. Fir.t Term opeui Auaust Bl.
Kecntid Terra, t'etotir r Slim. Addreaa
N El' H A KIT NKl'HARDT.BartleU.Tenn
Memphis Female geminary,
IRS, EMH4 V. 1 1 HER. Principal.
TUE FALL SESSION WILL BBQlJt
arplriaiier 30, 10.
Beat educational unvantaeea afforded to pO"
pits. Location 87 Linden treet.
Edeworth Boarding Mid Day
SCHOOL for Ynnn LadieJ and Wttle Girls.
Mrs. H. P. LVFEUVKK, Principal. rjo. BO
t rnukllu Klrt-t-t, Hnlllutorr, Mil. Tha
USila aehool year will begin on Thuriday,
hrplymher ItH. ISS6.
WITH experienced ns'ijtnnt! in all de
parlinents, will begin its sixth year
On September 13, ISHtl.
at No. 174 Hernnndo ttreet, fermerly Oraca
Chnreh. Boja prepared for either Businesi
- College, bisuipline firm acdst iet; in
ruction thoroueh and uiodcru in methods.
Adndern Languuiies a apectal feature.
J: or lerma.eto . address or call n
n U Allium b. JU.M.S,
VA Hernando street, Komi b'", Tenn.
PlIYSiriS AMI ol'IIOEOAS,
11.4 1. 1 1 M oil K. Wit.
This School nfer lo Mcoical Students un-
urparsed clinio..! anrl oter anvanttik-es.
ena for n catu n.ue lo vh. i iiu.hab urin,
CAS. s7 r. iiiiwiii irci.
PETERSBl'HO, VA. The Twenty-seoond
AnniiHl Session ot this tt'liool for Bova
hegina the first Monday i-i OeU.ber. Thor
oub preparations lor llnivoisity of Vir-
rna, leiding l-.nnneenne Bennoia ana
ni',0'1 Htatea Military and Knval Acade
in; htahly reeomuiendt'd by Faculty of
niTartityot Virginia. lu-l staff of instruet-
rs; aitaatlo3 healllimi. tuny aniiioaiipD
dvised, as number of boarde t it strict!
mireu. rnr eanuop-ie atutrofB
w. HUHUtiN wsuAiini. neau .tiasrer.
-'-s V.aiHilla.'r IMttBSHY,
uhIiviii... Teun.. Tboronifh instruction
in distinct courses of 1 iviI, Juerfcanical nna
Mming Eiteineenne (Annui l luiiion wai.
nd in Manual leclinology .free), tail
aeu IT. Kxiensive euentments ana laciu
ties in drauiihtirig-roouis. Ikborator.es, shopi
nd field rraetiee. fntrance BXiminutionn
Bept 14. 15andlri. For circulars addreaa
WILL be opened June lrt. This noted
watering-place ia ait'aated six milol
trom Etna Furnrtee, on tb, Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in liicknian county
Tenn. Ilai-k will ii.ee t ell trains at Mini
and will convey guesti to sprints at a very
low rate. .
Board, )20 Per Monlb I SI Per Day.
stirini icnies 10 rammei.
We invite all who wish to tnend the moat.
pleasant sea'on of their lives to come to
Beaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pare air in
HC 1I LENTO IS BBOS.,
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
E. A. D-AN, Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
OKlkl) HOTEL, Al.tjSI BmiBlU,
Rockbridge Co., Va. High np in th
Virginia mountains. Pictaresgue surronnd
lni.exumsivaend beautiiully shaded lawn.
Gss, elettrio bells, and all modern improre-
mente. I wo aaliy mns, posi, utiesraiio nii
eavresa offiees on the premises. Table tbe
ery tst. Luxuriously turnished rooaasi
uierbnanaot mniio. sena tor in.irwju
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vu
ttors, June 15th. Walers: J'tm, L'halvbtaU
and reeii. K.I. WlLiJ WH.jm ST.
Amonir the Northern Lakfr.
of Wisconsin, Miaasiota and Iowa, are bun-
jaof dellgbtlul places wnere one can pass
summer months in auiet rest and enjoy
, Anil rnlnrn bnmA n.t tha end of the
heated term completely rojuvenated. Kaoh
reonrring tonson brings to Oconornowoo,
Waukesha. Beaver nam, rromenao, uao
boji, Minnetonka, White Boar,, and innu
merable otaer cnorming iochhum wivu ro
mantio names, thousands of our best peopl
whose winter bouies are on either side ot Ma
son and Dixon't line. Kh'gjnee and com
fort, at a moderate cost, con t reaanyon
tained. A Ust of summer homes, wiili all
necessary Inlormikion pert-.i'n.r.g thereto, il
being distributed by the Chicago, Wilwau
gia and St. Pacl llArtwAY, nni will beaent
free upon appliratita by lot'iir to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General Passeigor Agent, Mil-
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The exeellen
of tho cuisine, and aecnuimodationa ohar
ai teristio of this bolel during the past thre
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to the Springs by the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proceed on firnt train
suceuednR arrival in Louisville.
W T. OR A NT. Pre-'. .1. C. KTNH, Hnp't.
Oivei Ke iof at
or Powder. Fro
from InJ uriout
Drugs and (JtTon
A nsrllele is applied Into each nostril and
Is agreeable. Price 50 cent! at Drncgistat
By uial, registered, GOeecti. tlirculars free.
r.ijit nnua. , uruggisi a. ijwpy, a .
"Londcci" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Karora and Uni
ted States. Agents In
I illrd alales for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes bictir ont of
knees restores pantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher coinbiningscrew rod
in combination with damps.
All others infringement.
Original and oa'y Mrolcbj-g
lor KollcilK-u ne. B,
lfThnTu .Jenralv racked. Price 50. Writ
ne eircntrs. Asents wanted in everyeity.
U aiiems.aw l' . Sei
lilnu-fc, I llntrnt rl Osaio 11
lull otyiesoi unites
letter Presses, CBbiinw'
ladies' Fancy Desks, 6kv
h lnvt Good and lr
nee. iJouij'tc, .ton
Tina HKLI or Ka-
genera tor is made ex
pressly tor the our
of degeneration ol
the generative or
gaar. Tbere ia no
mistake aooo t'r.lsin
iireinont the oon-
tinuons stream ol
ciei'Jn. through th
to health actios. Do bit eonloond
this with Klectrio Belts advertises u cure
.ii in. fmm head to toe. It Is fi.r tboOM
c AtTil. vlvlne full
on. address Cheever Klectrio Belt
n.hln.-tnn ". Cbie.v "I.
On., nii w
we cotillsltr reeoramen
We ti.ive sotit cnml.le.
able, an.l la tt Is
given until tku.
Alcatt A LUft.
I TO t DATS.
(iunclMd b.i t
r4 tmij by iba
! trtas Chssieal Ce.
llovlsoa. tt. T.
A Valuable Patent.
Dnnt-y'a (Horae) ror ami Pa flu.
HA VINO perfected mt invention. I wish
o place it before the pn! ie, especially
the seed acei-rately. uniniured, and eoverd
the same, thereby on msn performing th
work of three. Thai kin been d ia
thii aeetioa for oyer a doaen es w t per
fHt latiifaotion. Uan give reepotiibl tAMti