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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886.
(ImcecMor to Bl'RRAI RIDGKLY, ) "
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is la receipt of larger more varied and better se
lected stock, of CASSM EKES,
and 0VEEC01TIXGS, (all
tions.) tbaa was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most diraUe goods In gentlemen's wear.
(- Samples and Prices on
who have left measures.
HORSE AND BUGGY AT AUCTION.
One Top Bum y. Good Hon and New Ear
Beit at No. 417 M ain Street.
gntardav, Besttcmbcr 11, 1880,
At 10 O'oloek A.M.
A. M. BTODDARD, Anetioneer.
DOG A red hound hitch; Under will
plea; return to 477 Shelby itreet and
be liberally rewarded.
LADY'S BREAST PIN-With amethyst
net. Liberal reward 'or iti r-turn to 0.
M. Beattie, at B. Lnwenstoln k Bros.
ON THURSDAY NIGHT From the tarm
of Anthony Netherlands Hernando road.
A LEMON AND WHITE SETTER BITCH.
Had on a eolUr with the name "Thomas
Gregory" on it. The finder will be liberally
rewarded on retnrnine her to offioe of
W B. OATKS, VfiH Front street.
C10W8 To fine cows with young calves.
J Can be seen at Parker's Wagon lard,
109 Main street
IpLEOANT 8UBU KB AN HOMB-Two-li
story brick house! large ibntly grounds
of about eight ao.es. susceptiblo of being
subdivided and sold off in lota.
145 ACHES, 2S miles southeast of oity on
paved road; oreek running through tbe
place; would make a fine stook or dairy
"DESIRABLE LOT, with railroad switch
front of 127ieet; would be desirable loca
tion for uianu aotory or coal yeni.
U. L GUIOW, 19 Madison street.
ETAIL GROCERY Doing good bnsl
. nesi: reasons for re line given Apply
to P. McCADDBN k liO.
BOARDING HOUBE Doing a good busi
ness, central y located; will sell cheap
on account ot bad health. M. C, this office.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enitein k Bros.': must bo removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REID. Builder.
AIRY With house and five acres for
rent, with all envenienoe lor dairying.
W. H NLr0N. Ban asenne.
NEAT COTTAGE Of ell rooms, and lot
200x14, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
CHEAP One second hand RoCKAWAY,
neariy as good as new, at 103 Uni n st
DRUG STORE 76 Charleston avenoe: do
ing a first- olass prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
tS Linden street.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Bet,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house ator.ee,
84 ST. MARTIN STREET.
DUPPIES-By "Gath'g Mark " out of
J MoComb a "Katie." For pnoe and ex
tended peuipee. auorew
TUOS. OB Q ILL. Bonds, Tenn.
CEDAR BENCINtt POSTS For sale by
W. R. LAKtCIN. Larklnsvllle. Ala.
nOILER-SO-H. P. ho'ler. Usted to 180 lbs.
JJ water piessure. will sell cheap 1rP''
Stt SPKKK'S OIK
TI7 OODLAWN STOOK FARM- In thestnd
VY one thoroughbred Running Uorse; fee
120. One Trottinit Horses fee, J10. OnoJer
eey Bull: fee, fi.W Fog 6ai. 30 Hones,
8 Milob Cows, 15' besd Batcher Csttle, Pea
nocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, 95 per month : I exas norses. tun ner
day. Telephone JOSEPH BUHNKY. 852.
UPRIGHT PIANO Geod as row, cheap
lor oashi or will exchange for board.
AHdress ' K SH. Appeal office.
TWO NEW COTTAGES Four rooms. Nos,
214 and 21b Elliott si-cot. near D-oto,
App'y to MR"). T. McMU.TY.
Corner Ei'iott nnd Tlosoto stroet.
TOKEUOUSE and rooms above, No. 31
1'oplnr st-eat J. i . rnritason X t
TOR KIIOIISE Small new brick store-
bouse, e2 Uo'Oto St. S. M. MRIJAbbllitl
00M Front room, southern expourft,
TDRICK HOUKE-Two Stnr rick Uouea,
307 ADAMS tT
ESI DENCK Eight rooms, at 8(1 Market
street Apnly at 47H mosby str-et.
"DOOMS One larce front room, w;th small
jLf room sna large ciosei aujuiuiug, uuiu.
Dished, at 3r8 Vance street.
HOUSE No. 171 Vance etreet; ninerooms
and outhouses; large lot; apply to No.
lb Vance street.
TWinilP-Pleasant furnished and linfur-
XV niched rooms; business center; splen
did loea'ion. sa ri liaison sireei
OOMS-Two furniihed or unfurnished
rooms at w imqison street.
T-vRSIRABLE OFFICES In tbe new Cot
I J inn Kwnhiin.e Huiliiino-. sinala or in
suits, on very ressonale terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning from b'sement to attic. Apply to
HENRY HQ ITER. Secretary.
ESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
Apply a' am vance srreqi..
N E AT COTT A 0 ES At cheap rent o geod
- . a- A -1 .. - a JO Uaka a.frs
. mnami. lyii'y ma mireu itw
ESIDBNCK ard Rnnms.
L. a. KAHUW.lz rnaqison sr.
OOM Nicely lurnished front room, good
locality, atbriuonn street.
LEG ANTI newly furnished rooms, bath
room, etc. Inquire at lib uourt ureet.
"tOTTAGE No. 4?2 Court etreet extended.
V Apply at 2l main street.
STOREHOUSE Oceupled by Degnan i
Co., No. 2o7Main street, "Lea Block.'
Inquire at No. 4 Madi.onMreet. Jr
T- rum KNDK From Oct. let. elecsnt brick
XV residence, vo. 108 Washington St. for
terms apply to No. 7lb Main etreet.
STOREHOU8E8-The three new flret-class
Storehouses on Slitlbv street, next north
of tbe uayoso Hotel, icrae leesonauie
Apply to :UARRINOTON MASON,
6 Madison street
vNK in-AUKU LOT Hituated on laerr av
J enuei good houe, six looms, ituble,
fine cistern, anrt well fonred Call at
A. K. SLOAN'S, 221 Main st.
HOTkL-The Kionawall Hotel and Rail
road Eating Houre at Grand Junction
Tenn. Applv to J. 8 Day. Heceiver. Nos
.afiO and W2 Front street, Memphis, Tnn
IrossessKio given Immediately
"VTO. M6 MAIN STHEEr-Opposlte the
Xl Court House. Having a froot on Ma-n
and ids ain Poplar street readers this piop-
rty very oeiriiie. I all on
J A MEM LEE, Jr., No 4 Madison at.
'n OIInKS ln and near Walker even
n nn Ilmwood streetcar line, front th
3st Septembor, several bouses, Irom two In
Might rooms, in good repair. Apnlv sr. 86
Union s reec jua. i.ioe.
CHOICE OFFICES On Second stoir, oo
copied fer many vsars by l)r J. W. Mel
eon, Dentit, corn'r Union and Main streets,
Also, suitable SLEEPING ROOMS above
Apply at UBtes street, jvd.
DESIRABLE ROOMS Suitable for light
housekeeping, N.oor. Seo'nd and Market
QTOREHOUKR-From I t September, one
iU four-story Main s'reet smrenouse.
V. W. KOYSIKR k CO,
1 -AR'4E nTURK First floor and cellar,
J-i with side and rar ectranos, Nos. 313
an a tt Main street, rosseesion October 1st,
or sooner, it required.
Offices and Stur-rn,krai. No. 9A2 Pennnd st.
Koome for light honsekeeping, No- Pop
lar au-eec, over Drug etce. A' pit to
R. B. fcNOWDUN or J. L. QdODLOE,
8ft Madison street,
TjtRONT AND HEAR 4JFFIOK-274 Frou
J? street: cotton room and otce; terms
mouerate. Apply to
0U8E tot, lt2 Robinson street. C rooms
in goon rtpnir, .nod ci.tern water.
MVKKei A SWEKI). .110 fig-on d st
itiiur. ine uoithi.i iront ouices on
W secotia noor 01 u Aiaairon str'ct, a-ljo in
tlV'.m i iniTBlllll- PI Ci l CJ?I A'-ll.
fURNISHED ROOMS At 56 Monro St.,
vne squar itulu -sO0uy iiotei.
tbls season's Importa
In tbls market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
rpo THB DEMOCRATS OF THE TENTH
-L CONGRESSIONAL DISTRlCT-In re-
ly to an article which appeared in tbe
lemphis Avalanche en the 2Uch of August,
eiitioising :my attitude in resneot to the
Congressional sanrass, X published a eard in
whieb I substantially stated in answer to
the solicitation ol friends that I was not a
candidate for Congress, and tbat I would not
embarrass my friends nor obtrude myself
on tbe councils of the Demooratio party, but
would make the canvass if J Denevea me
wish was general lor me to do so. Since
then I bave beon very renenlly requested
from al parts of the district to become a
eanriiflata. and 1. thtmtnr. announce my
oaniiidacy, subject to the action ot the Dem-
ooratio Convention. .,
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port,
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick-
aver. Telephone KXH. THUS. CUHB1NH.
FOR SALE, Kit NT OR EXCIUNGE.
A GRAND NEW STOPEUOUSB-At Sur
ronnded Hill. Artrnaas. the best cotton
region in tbat State, eishiy-five miles from
Mempnts ana ui:v mi es Irom Liittie itoox,
on the M. and L. K. R. R. Apply to
No. II A 11 A MS ST . Memnhl.. TiSB.
Also, several Slock Ranches in Grand
O 0R3E-Frora 12RBeile street, on Satur-
11 dav. August 'Mb. alicht snrrel borse.
white in lace. A lioerul re"rutornis re
turnto MRS. D. nAACK. 126 Beale.
BAY MARE MULE From C. F. Bmith,
Horn Lake Lamline. one bav mare mule.
bout eight years old, fifteen hands high;
mana rec.entlv trimmed. Brlna to F. A.
Jones t'o. s stshle anil he rewarded.
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
85 ADAM8 8T.
LEASANT rooms and board, with use of
bath-room: terms reasonable. 1 4J court,
DESIRABLE Rooms, lurnished or unlur-
T9 ( - .1 : ......
NICK RO0M3-With er without board
loo nvixvno o.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
auita. furnished or nnfurnlbhed. with or
without boird; other rooms, 104-106 Couttst.
D0VI8 With or without board: terms
LV reasonable 140 MADISON ST.
DOOMS One lane front room with bal
Ij eonv and oaa laraa bsok room with
larsr. dressing-ream, and ethers as good as
ean Da louno in tne city.
OOM F urn inhed room, with or without
hnari, nr. u ;onrt utrt
TWT A alvl 19 va.r. nlil who ean thpttad
vX needles at railroad speed. Apply at
1 w. Fisher's, hecond street. Mrs.. Ann
Bolhrnck. U S. Champion Carpet bewer.
QITUAT10N By a man with nine years
L J experience in cotton i oan give the Pest
ot relerence. Address
n. At., this om:e.
ANA No. 1 Drutgist wisns a permanent
XX situation in erther wholesale or rete ll
ilm ernre. Am married and ot sLeadv heb-
it: speak English and Herman, and have
flrstemssre'erenc'S. aq uniggist, tni' nroc
AY bOARD Ineichange forMusio Los
sons. Address iuubiu, tnis omce.
NURSE A reliable white nurse Intake
caro ot children ; liboral wages will be
paid; relerencos required.
App'y sioo union Bircei
.ireDYDnv t --i i . n .1 ... ,v..ai.
Hi b ated j psy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
urcei. near ropiar.
flOAT AND PANTS MAKFR Steady em
plovment the year round. Aptly to
X. Alurphy. Jacgson, lenn.
T30Y An intelligent office boy, from 16 to
JJ 17 years old, who can come well rcoom
mended. Applyat 19ii Ad;un street.
C! ALESMEN Two experienced dry gocds
i ...I . 1101 1.I. ......
BnlODUJBU n, AitJ USUI, o.i wwv.
EAMS Ten double teams. Apnlyto
JOHN REID, Builder.
VTCHER One goneral slaughterhouse
butcher. Apply at once at
11 ADAMS STREET.
Memphis W holesale Meat Co.
TiO-OT ON As Cashier and Bookkeepe
Jl have had 15 years' experience, and can
lurnish best of reierences or rve bond. AO
dre-s N.. Appeal office.
EkVANT A good dining-r om servant,
male or female. Apply at ,
80 COURT STREET
SITUATION AS COOK-
nrtl? at 220 Second street.
nin hiu nW-
JL- Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Address u. J., tnis omce
CI ALESMEN In every Slate in the U' Ion
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
4ier!tAi.riii thatar nnnnlar and easy sell
Ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address in o ""'
PfCF MANUKG. Co.. BALTIMORE. MP,
T ,T V V B.RI K M C E n S II I RT III A K K RS A nnl
Hi at once to LOEB k MOOR'S Shirt Fac
tory, 313 Main street.
vifR vnnnv Tn n na see the cele
ILi b rated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar
1 I t W 1 LBS. FtSATbERS-Hi.hest oash
1.LM IU pnee paid by GABAY. Memphis.
w--r ic ii v niinv mr 17 NT 1 VA' TKa I tart 11
XLi FILL TEETH WITH. GOLD for th
next thirty day. ."U A WESSON.
)AX Matin mrnmt
LM GOLD k SILVBR-For rash or z
ohiinrv v it i,triK i. .inww wr,
Koch's Pat. Store
Ml K I. V 1X4 g adJaiUble to meet any need
k It lm taaasaaaaaw than dill HtV 0. ('ftQ
he put up bv any one. I'lieqiirsi"! for
1'nMiry Mtid Moots, rthelvee. Address
ItOCII A. B. CO., Mfrs,,
841 MAIN NT.. PEORIA. ILL.. or
. 1-J, UUn I IT
lave von roiiprh. Pronchltls, Asthma, Indltjestlonl U(
. A AUm.a saw Ska sa ..itl. .lLv It. Iirlsl furS?
I y f Iho wo' " cTics and Is the l.t remedy for a
ir.i-tl.ins of tlio tln-.)ntan.l lunga, ami ty"? , i,n.
rom lMtpuraiiio.Miaii.irxiiaaK.em. . i
IriigKll'ift. W" dlseasa, and slowly di-mii g to "
Tavu.wiiiin niieiw.-.rH-oT.-rii.ii .- -
tx of IMhkik's T.raio, lint d.-lay l dangerous, i ns
I time. Cures wh..n ell el.e all. lli'" neV'amc
rengin to tne agcu anuuiunn. .
No. 62fit-In the Chanoery Court of Shelby
flonr.lv. 'lenn. John 1 . rYUllDSTB.
: .. i.nn i ... u.i. .t .1
It appearing from the bill which is sworn
to in this cause that the defendants, Toney
rr- i i ui T... . .. . iA.n Trahue. Addie
Trabueanii Chriatine Trabue are residents of
Missouri; Mrs. J. II. Heynoldi is aro.iueuv
ot Texas: Mrs. v. w. Mem is a riu:
N. Vn.Jr. .erf th- Mr.. C. I.. rlrlVe SB
at ii i. sin-..,. M.iri.nta nfLoui'lana,
j iiiai Ik. ti.li,. nf H ,Virt. 'I'rabue and ol
Alfred A. llvda am unknown, and their
an1 nl. nf n.lil.nM are UttknOW
ant cannot be ascertained alter diliteotin
uiry. Said unknown heirs are maae par
ties defonnant herein on account of their in
...... l ,1.. ....u k.le nr . t, nf luml de
erne.l to.lolm'T. Wiilina. J. W. Trabue and
A. A. Hyde by the Brst Chancery Courto
Metnnhis. Marnh IX. 1WV7. the inns frontini
TtislV.l f.etcn the wn.t .i.U of W aln Ut strOet,
this suit being b'enght for the partition or
sole tor partition of said lot
If is. lb.rnf..r. f.rilHrd lh.it IlieV mag
their appearance herein, at the Courthouse
of Silfilhv e.iSitttv. in Memnhis. Tenn., on
orl efore the first Monday in Nornuiber,
ifwn, and pieud, answer or nen,ur to co-n
plainant hill, or the snme will be taken foi
flnnlfu.il in il..m fl ! f.tr hearing el
parte ; and that a copy of this ordqr be pub
lished cn.-e a week lor four successive weeki
in i lie alemohis Appeal. This Via day o:
A copy Attest:
S. I. MoDOWELL. Clerk and Muster,
By B. F. Coiemsn, Deputy C. and M.
SURPRISED AD SHOT.
TERRIBLE TR1GE0T IX A SECOND
Coy Mrs. Mejer and Her Caller Dis
covered at an Iaopportnne
SENSATIONAL SCENE WITNESSED
BY AN AMBUSHED HUSB1ND.
The Cnrtaln Falls With the Man and
His Wife la a Loving
"I bave iunt killed man and I w.nt
to give myself op," waa the business
like declaration of Henry II. Meyer, as
he walked into tbe police s a' ion a
laue rjeiore a o c;ock yeeieroay even-
leg. Tbe man waa deathly pale, bat
periectiy coiieciea. email 01 irame,
modest in manner and drew, be looked
like anything else than a murderer,
bat be was nevertheless tak?n at his
wcrd and secured, while Deteciire
Pryde lost no time in reaching the
place he indicated, the second Hoar of
227 Second street, on the north WtBt
corner of the a1 ley be'ween Jefferson
ard Adorns. Lying upon h!a face,
stretched at fu 1 length in the front
om, be lound
WILL D. DDNHAVANT,
a well known carpenter, who at first
appeared to be dead, a pool of blood
on the floor telling its own tragic story.
Pryde thought he dtt:cteu eigne ol
life, hovttver, and as he turned the
body over, be beerd a faint groan. A
glare of water, daahed in hit face,
revived mm, and wnen he opened his
eyes Pryde asked bim who bad been
"I am fo blame," moaned Donna-
Dd ou care to make a ttatemenl?"
Dannavant replied that he did not.
and 8)on afterwards lapsed intcfun
cinsciousners, deeth.etsnine in about
fifteen micutes. Meaical aid ss uie-
lees. Tbe ball entered jest below tbe"
left nipple, grazing the heait. The
MEWS OF TIH TBAGBDY
epread with lightning like rapidity,
and in a nine wnue me street lu ironi,
the stairway and tbe hall above were
filled with morbidly cu ions pjople.
eager to obtain a g lmrse of a dead
man a face and of tne woman on whete
account his blood was shed. 8o great
waa tbe crush that Just ce Buttenberg
had considerable dilnculty in arra-it
ing for and ho'ding tbe inquest. But
it was over before tbe or pie waa rold,
but one peiaon, Mrs. Meyer, having
been an eye witness. Her testimony
was abont the same as tbe statement
made to an Appeal reporttrsf eraa-d.
end tbe iurv rendered a verdict to the
enect that Uunoavant s.dea'.n wound
. . . w a
was inflicted by Meytr.
Kbor ly after tbe killing reports
reached the Station House that tbe
relatives of the dead man were
and as tbe place is not regarded as ee
cure it was deemed prudent to re
move the prisoner to the County Jail.
lie received some lnimstinn o
be reason for bis removal, and wai
vis.b'y exci'ed when sat-n by an Ap
pral reporter, jnst before hie depan-
ure. at Justice ioweus om"e. mi
li.tle girls, one of them abiut 12 ami
tbe others yeas ol ee, oma into
tell him good bje. He drew thm
toward him, kissed away their tear?,
and begged them not to cry, but nn
soout-r were they gone tbaa be cov
ered his fare with h's hands and
B'bbed as if his heart wcu'd breek.
Ho was in noconditioo tj talk and li ¬
tis effort was made to induce him to
MR?. MEYER INTERVIEWED.
Leaving the Station House an inter
view with Mre. Meytr was eougnt.
Standing in a half opened door at the
top of tbe s airwby which leads up
from tne etreet one ol the little i'is
dreis-d as if to goout was seen, and in
reply to a request to be admitted tani
her muther was dressing end could not
admit any one. The reporter made
h s business known and tbe l.ttle girl
returned with the reply that her
miherhad a hradauhe and did cot
f-cl well enough to tdk ti newpaper
men. But tbe eff rt to see her w s
persisted in and Mrs. Mever flu a ly
consented Takinir a seat in Ihe par
lor of her neighbor, Mtb. G enning,
who baa rooms i n tbe same 11 tor, the
reporter waa rewarded, after a short
wait, by the appearance of tbe heroine
of tbe dia-na, who wore a ctisp white
tkirt, b'ack jersey jacket and high
heel d thoea, and did Lot appear to be
much dbtarbed by the eiciting scne
through which she had jutt passed.
Her dark hair was newly done up, her
fHce freshly powdered and her general
thongh she ia by no means a hand
"IbeAppiAL would like to bave
your s'atement of the killing tbia
evening." tbe reporter said when Mrs.
Meyer had seated herself in a rocking
chair near u rn. "i suppose you nave
so obj 'dion to giving it?"
'No." she answered. "I will tell
you all I know. Mr. Meyer does not
rend much ot Ms time at home row,
He has been at Nashville and Jackson
much of tbe time lately. He bad a
sood deal of fresco work to do at both
p!ec s. He sent f r me to come aid
te him while at Nuhville, and I also
visited bim at Jackson last weak
When I got there he told me he bad
received a letter about m, and I, of
c u'Bp, told him be ought not to pay
attention tn any such reports. I came
borne Monday, and this evening I got
a e.terlrom bim da'edbt. .Louis, say
ing be would not beat home until
Sunday. I did not notice the post
mark on tne enveloie. VVbile I ws
reading it Mr. Dunnavant came in and
took a seat. He bad not been in tbe
room long when he came over to
where I was sittinp, en Ih-i edgo of the
bed. and put bis arms around me,
t'ied to make bim let me alone, but
he wouldn't listfn end kept fioling
with me lie is very s'.rong, you
"I don't like to tell exactly what he
did," Mrs. Meyer went on, turning
away her head with a looli'h laugh,
"but at last he forced me over on the
Then Mri. Meyer wa4 ulect lor a
full minute, but finally broke n again
with "my husband appealed juet a
moment too soon. I could not see
bia, but I hratd him cry out
HELLO, HOLD CP T0UB HANDS !
end in an instant Mr. Dunnavant was
np, and bad started toward tbe plnce
where be stood in the door. mt.
Meyer retreated, and just a Mr. Don
avaul was in the act of cuitirg in on
him be fired. .Mr. Dunnavant grabbed
him, threw him down, and tr.ok the
n'stol away, irora mm. lie nai ar.i
Soger on thi trigger, and ws trying
to shoot my nusoand witn it, yruea
snatched it from his hand. Almost
instantly he reeled and fell to the floor,
and at the same moment Mr. Meyer
dashed down ths steps."
"Do von think your hosband was
"Yes, I do. Mr. Dunnavant was
trying to fores me."
''Did yon cry out or make a noise of
any kind, or any effort to obtain as
No. I tried to get away from bim.
But be waa too trong for me and I
'Were von aware of your huband a
return to the city latt night?"
"No, I bad no idea of It. My little
girl told me awhile ago that while she
was in tbe front room combing her
hair, about noon, she thought she
saw somebody in the little hail room,
and I aeked her why she did not tell
me about it at tbe time. ' Mrs. Meyer
seemed to be annoyed because aba
bad not been warned.
"Have you known Air. Dunnavant
long?" was asked.
."Ol, yes; I bave known him very
well for a long time, and his wife, too.
lis was a good musician. My husband
played wed on a number of instru
ment, and the neighbors often cime
in of evenings and we had music and
"ind he ever las-i uuentes waa you
" Yer. twa or three tim s he has in
sulted me, but I have ahviys told him
tbat I could not i s en, that 1 was a
married woman and he a married man
and it was not rigb'. Tlieie are a g -od
manv about here who think because 1
am lively that I am a snap, but they
are mistaken," contiuuod airs, meye ,
as the leporter bowed hime f out.
FIRST ON THE SCENE.
The apartment next to Mrs. Meyer'a
parlor, and where the interview with
per was had, is occupied by Mr. Glon
ning and bis wife, the latter ss well f s
Mrs. Meyer'a two litt'e girls boing
present when the mother made her
statement. Mrs. Glennieg was asked
what she knew of the all'iir and Baid :
"I was silting in my nom when I
heard a noise like a pittol shot and
looked out of the window, thinking :t
had been fired In the hall. I beard no
loud voices. Ererything had been
very quiet. I went out into the hall
and lound Mre. Meyer 'here, the
told me in a wo;d what had happened,
and 0-ninar into tbe front room I taw
Mr. buncavaot lying on the floor in a
pool of blood. Mr. Meyer had gone
before I got out of my r om. 'ihe lit
tle girls weie down at the fort of ths
THE HUSBAND TALKS.
Callinsattbe jail at 5 o'clock, the
rnnnrter tncceeded in having an in
terview with Meyer. He cama into
tbe sitting room drrssed as he had
been when arretted, in a dark navy
blue suit and black de.br, a neat
black tie. white shirt and turn down
collar, his shoes well blacked, out
wardlv. at least, and in his manner
and convena i n, a per fee; gentleman.
Ho waa much calmer than hs ba1
been, and perfectly willing to ttlk.
"I havj never bad anv reason to sus
pect my wife of any infiieli y," he
began. "She w.s always very lively
and liked to play khsiDg games, but I
never tbought for a moment that s'ie
was not fai'hful to m. I got a letter
while at Nashville wbich was not
s gned, but warned me thit eome of
he young men in the house were tak
inrr libirifs with mv wife. I hal
aire id y tent for her to come aid sue
me. but eaid nothing to htr about tho
latter, bevond warrdnir her not to
p'ay ki-sing games with men, bicuie
1 cju d not do leve suo ma oetui
uii liv nf anvthinii wrons 1 went
.Tnokaon frmn Nashville and tent for
her to come there to vis t me. Just
before she came
I O0T A NOTE Ell LETTER
tiUincr ins she bad been seen la'e n
nio-nt in her bedroom drinking win
and AAlnainffDiinavanttn take alleorts
of liberties with ber. Whoa rny wife
came the could not look me in tae eye
ana then I beean to suspect some. lung
I one9tioned her and she denied every
thinn. She retimed hemo las". Mo i-
dav and rert dav. or ti e day after,
wrnta her a letter. CBlinK l irtm m,
-. ... ... . e Li.
Louis and tellina her I oou'd not be
st home until Sunday. Then I t
the train and came cown. gotung to
the Memphis and Charleston depot
ahont 11 o'clock Isft niaht. I wont
softly up the sta'rsand found the duor
tf my front room eiigiuiy aj.tr.
I STOLE IN,
and sal was hungry I hun'.ed about
and cot a little something to ear ud
went in-o tne uttie rno v, wu:u ui
hiirh window looking, out into the
o - ,
hnll. I posted mvsilf there so that I
could ssuaoyose coming up tne n-ps,
mri aUnt vnrv little during1 the nignt
I got some books and amused myself
sb well as I could, and own wnen i
heatd mv wile coming 1 carrowiy es
caped by getting into the wardrobe in
the frout room, a rjugn ooaru aum
with a canvas beck end a curtain in
fr..nt cf It. which I made myslf,
When it beiiaa to grow late in tbe day
I get into tbe wardrobe and remained
there. By cutting a
HOLl IN Tn CANVAS
over tbe ctack made by pulling the
bior sliding door too far toward the
middle. I could ste into the parlor,
whnra thnrn ia sofa which can be
one red out into a large bed. It was so
nnnne.l nnt whn Dunnavant came in
My wife sat on the aide of the bed, and
he took a sestio a rocs ing cbair, asked
mv wife hnw I was when she left me,
and afterward went over, sat by her
and beoan fondling her. bbs t-ied to
push bim away, and in a few moments
be gnt np and cioeea ine uoor.
ctindrd like he turned the key
well. Mv wifa remained sitting 0U the
bed, and he returned to her, put his
arms ar.innd her and Degan io ian
nthfr HhnrtiMi with her. (Still I dl'1
not have nmnf enough, but when
saw him force bor backward on the bed
it was aa much as 1 could stand, and,
running to the door, I
PRESENTED MY PISTOL
and called to him to thrown up his
hands. Instead of that he eprang uj
fmm thnlenrl and dashed at m . I re-
tra'nd into tha front room, and when
he was abont to seizs me the pietol
went off. I don t know how it was,
T aiinnnsn I waa exc.itld. He did not
seem to he shot, though, and I thought
I had missed biu, as ne sprang uoo
me, jerked the pietol ont ol my ban
ami thrsisr me djwn. I - remem
W that lnat then mv wifa Tin UP a id
took it awav from him, and he fall on
the floor. I went to tbe Station Home
at nn and cave mvse'f UP. I did
not intend to shoot bim, or at best
nnt. Li kill him I got to tbiokin
while wailing for him what I would d
IP I CACOBT IIIM,
nd fe,lin tint the place was no1;
p oper one for my children determined
ihatlwould burg tiro to Dy win
my pis ol, and tbeu ted bim that if b
waitai tl.H woman he might have lit-1
or if Blie wtnttd lo g wit') me 1 would
take her. but be must give mo tn
monev to t.ke mv family away with
I bad but $10, having mad no money
on mv Jnckeon loh. mil he ruine
all my placs bv jumping at me, ar.d
wrmld hava escaoed if I could.
rea it:d my peril, and even thought of
umpingoatof the window." Alter
maklpg this humiliating confession,
Mr. Meyer was silent for a time and tbe
reporter waa in the act of withdraw
ing when h s two little gir's tan in and
embraced tbem tenderly. They
were followed by tha wife, whom he
sooner saw than be opened bis
arms to receive her. The repoiter left
them sobbing so.
TBI SCENE OF THB TRAGEDY.
During tha Interview with Mr.
Meyer, in order to explain the situa
tion more fully, he took pencil and
piper and with a steady hand made
the following diagram of tbe premises:
A lilirri window looking out upon tk.e
0 Crack uis.le by pulling foldini door too
D Where Meyorstoon witn nis pisioi.
K Small room in wliii-h be spent the night.
F Wardrobe where he stood just before
U Where uunnavani ion.
The lialldlng is four stories high.
The lowtr floor is occupied by a pnaip
faistorv. Mever, Gienmog and one
ct!ier family live on the second, and
tne rooms above are mostly eccupit d
by men who rave lodgings tbere and
take their meals out, Its windows
open upon an alley and look directly
into the rooms of a bouse of ill fame
not a very deskside dwelling f r mcd
est acd retiring women.
SKETCH CP TUB PARTIES.
Meyer is a fret eoe artist of no mean
ability. He is about 35 years of age
nd was rmen in an orphan asyiuin
at Louisville, Ky. He was rrarried a'.
Cairo, Id., in 1872, and has livsd in
first one placs and then another, hav
ing r.sidid in Memphis about four
Jinnnavant was two or luran yearn
his inni r. and was euguged with bis
brother in boute building, tha firm
name being D.innavant A urn. tie
was very well known and had a repu
tation as a very quiet, peace.-b'.e and
gentUmaniy fellow. II- bad plenty
of frunds. and his wifa ia terribly
stricken by the blow.
LisrnAT or tub meeting or
Resolutlosia Adopltxl by the TeaclJ.
era Vomplisaentnry to Super
The co'ored teachers' inslitute
which has been in session at t ie Mar
krt s'r et i coool building for (be ra-t
f w d ,vs. ciOHed ila labors yetieiday
with a fud diacuss'on of the methods
of leaching and other snki eta of in
terest loihe fraternity. Tne fol owing
menlntinn was then a.lonU-d:
Whbhrar, i.luctlon isons oi tae
grandost me.liums Dy wnicti an in
dividual or a nation becomes g'oa'
L'rand and noblo: and where w, toe
et t) of Tennessee is blessed with a
public echool system by which evety
ynuth, white and colored, can ob' ain
hbniai education; and whereas Mrs.
W. II. Il irton. the present superin
tendent i f Public Kdui ation for Shell y
touniy, Tenn., baa marifeated rostrall
amount ot interest in n iicg ner oeition
with ciedit to herself, to her county
constituents, and to her country ; and
whereas, she hss raised tbe st uidard
cf public education in Shelby county
at leaetouper cent, metier iinumin
foun lit when she entered tiisvry
important position ; and whereae, b1i
ln.Behos7nto both white and colored
paople that she is a lover of children
and a friend to education ; and whereas,
she was very ulTicierit for the position
whui she was elected, llrstiv. ami
secondly, she has made her.ielf fur
more efllcient by devotiug her
whole time in the interest
nl educaton at home by
annndlns her means for education
at i urnals. visiting various schools iu
this and other counties and Status
and attending County and State insti
tutes for the purpose cf ascertaining
the best methods toy wnicn cnuuren
should be taught to promote an ac-
rmrate and rapid progress and intrs
ducing the eame to ine teacners anu
. . .. f n . . i
children under her aupervlsion ac
cord ngiy J and we therefore take great
pleasure in commending tne aaid aire,
W. H. H irton to ci iaspa of thia or any
other county as an eillciept person for
County Superintendent ol ruDlic P.d
nral inn: acd ba It
ltemlved, l'hat we, the teacher of
thia in'tl ute, return compliments to
Mm. w. H. Ilotton for her very lm
pnrlant and effective lectures wbich
ehe has delivered from time to time
during the sitting of this instil u'-e on
ths bfSt methods of training children
morally, sociallv and educationally
and we solicit her to accept thanks for
hr very zaloua labors performed
here in our Interest: and be it further
lltmhtd. That the aforesaid expr
sions hi uoauirooujly ad ipted as the
sinee and wiehes ot the teachers ol
bhelby county, Tenn., here aes-mhled
and be it - ' '
Rewired, farther, ihit these rsolu-
liona be publ'shtd in tbe city papers
gem rally. It dative to tbe Huperin-
t.-nrlunt nf fub lc Eiucatiori oi til
State, iu tbe peiajn of tbe Hon
Th'imas II. Paine, we regret very
much thit hisofIki.il buftiniBB at bom
was of such a character that be could
n. t ha wil.li iim to crisent some of his
b.oal views on educat on and school
govern nect. But bis letter, however
that he tent us through our Count
Superintend, nt, met a warm and cor
Oa mo ion of 0. R. Sm th the re'O
lut ocs were received and adopted by
N. II. fc AN9, Chairman, Cuba,
C. W. 11URD, Colliorville,
11 C. FIKLDS, Co lierville,
MIHti 11KLEN KOHKKSON, Memphis,
ailSI A. L. ABKKNAl'Ilkh, Memphis
W. U. TVLKK, Memphis.
Kabxcribe Tor (he Appenl
LcNDBORa'a perlume, Edenis
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume, Lily of tbe
Lnndborg's perfume, Marchal 'lie
Nabicribe for (be "Appeal-'
THE POLITICAL FIELD.
MEETING OF THE REPUBLICAN
Delegates to Be Chosen for tbe Con
ventionThe Joint Debate
Yiewa of Correspondents.
The Republican Executive Commit
tee met yetterday and decided to hold
a meeting oi the voters ol tbe party ol
tbe Fourteenth Civil District at Vic
Smith a grocery Monday night, to se
lect a candidate lor Jonatabie to nil
the vacancy ciused by tbe death of
V. V. tiallins.
The following represent' ion was
agreed on, the name of judge and
number of delegates being given:
F.rst ward, two delegates: reter
Secotid Ward, one delegate; II. Tro
Third Ward.one delegate ; M. Strlck
Fourth Werd, one delegate; J. M,
i-ilta Ward, three delegates ; Ureen
, Kvans, jui'ge.
8 xth Ward, two delegate!; W. H.
Seventh wrd, three delegates; x.
I: ghtu Ward, three delegates ;u.u.
Mntu Ward, two delegates; James
Tenth Wrrd, three delegates ; w. U.
Fust District, one delegate; L,. a i-
Second District, two delegates; John
Third District, two delegates;
Fourth District, one delegate; ,
Fifth District, one delegate; later
Sixth li strut, two delegates;
seventh uifliucr, two delegates;
Morris Jonep, judge.
Eighth UiHtrict, two delegates; J.
M. (ir flin, judgo.
Ninth D strict, one 1 jugate; L. Ii
Tenth D.Btuct, two deiega es; a ii.
Rus ell, judge.
E'eventn Jistricr, two delegates; it.
Twelfth District, two delegates ; C.
W. Hun', judge.
Thirteenth District, two delegates;
0. L. Scrufga, judge.-
Fourti-ehtii District, three delegates;
E.R. Bel', jndge.
Fiftsenth Uisiric , one deiegaie ;
Sixteenth D'stiic', ons delegate;
Robert McKenna, judge.
Seventeenth District, one delegate;
T. M. Bland, judge.
Eighteenth uit.tr ct, one ceiegate;
II. Birnnm. iudw.
The electiona of delegates in tbe
wards of tbe city and in the Fifth,
Fourteenth and Fifteenth distr'ct will
be held on Friday night, September
24th. bstween tbe hours of 8 and 10
o'clock p.m. In the remaining die
trlcta ihe primaries will be held Satur
day. September 26th, from 5 to 8
o'cluck p.m.. at such places aa the
judges appointed by the Executive
unmmittsu may uo.-ignaie.
The O.ingrresional Convention meets
September 27th at the Kipwilion
Building at noon, and iter its an un
ment tbe delegates will f irm tbem
selves Into a county convention and
nominate a ticket for the legislature,
The Hon. Zteh lav lur Will probably
he renominated by acclamation. It is
late in the dty and nobody else has
been spoken ot.
SSo Legislative cand dates are out as
yet. Several darkies are hankering
lor some of the pie.
Nprnklug nt CoyIiikIoii.
Messip. James I'helau and Jcaiah
Patterson. Democratic candidutus lor
Congress, had a joint debato yesterday
at Covington, Tenn. Tbe canva-a i
growing warmer every dry, and tne
feeling will have leael ed so great a
height by the data of tho speakicg at
Mompi is that tho gjntlemen may ex
pect ono of the larg-at political gather
ings seen here in yours. Meanwbi'e
the making of t cko'H in the watds is
going steadily forward, ea tie prima
ries will be held next Tuesday aad the
convent on Friday.
Lasrausre I'linllenirea Lamrtr.
To the Editors of the Appeal :
Laoranob, Tenre , September 8.
We notice in your issue of the 3d in
itint a challenge from Mr. J. K.
McFdden,if Lamar, to play Lagrange
a game of unit for $100 a side. We do
not accept that challenge, but we do
heroin challenge Mr. McFadtlen to
play ub a game of ball for f 250 a side
any time between now and tbe 15th
instant, game to be played at Grand
Junction or Moeow. O. H. R cb,
umpire. This challenge ia for him to
play the same nine be played in La
giange, be taking Jordan'a plaee. Be
low is a list of our men and their re
spective positions. Rice, 1. f.; J.
HcNamee, c. f. ; U. Michsels, r. f : M ,
Michaels, f. s. ; E. McNamee, 3db.;
W. Moody. 2d b.; M. B.rr, 1st b.;
Hardy Green, p, : Bradly, c.
Manaaer Lagrange Club,
Detroit, Si I'tilesiae, S.
Cbicaoo, III, September 9. The
Chicagos were defeated by their ina
bility to bat Baldwin's pitching, while
the visitors hit Clarkson baidj and
often. Tbe fielding of both teams was
excellent, and tbe errois were expert
Ivn to Chicpgo only. Tbere were
fully 10,000 people present. Detroit
won from tbe start, and Chicago was
never able to catob np. Game was
called at tbe end tf tho eighth inning
on account cf darkness. Score:
Chicago ... 1 000200 08
Detroit 2 101103 0-8
A llrsaa tlasne.
Kansas City. Mo.. September 0,
Tbe game with St. Louis was called at
tbe end ol the sixth inning today on
ac.ount of lain, the store standing
to 4. McKeoa pitched for the home
team, and was again bit bard. The
visitors objected strenuously to tie
decisions i f tha umpire, Al Camploll,
a local hall player, tore:
Kansas City 3 0 0 0 0 1 4
Sr. Louis 1 1 2 0 0 0
Brook Iras, 11 Aftslellea, II.
Piiilapbi riiiA. Ta.. September 9.
The Brrokljns pouodd A'k'ssoT
heavily today, earning ten of their
twelve rnus. Henderson was a'so hit
rather freely, etd was very wild,
sending six men to fi ret on balls anil
bitting three, five of whom scored.
Swartwood's hitting was terrilic, and
with a lie d large enough he woti'd
have bad three borne runs to his
c edit, instead of one. He woo the
game in the eleventh inning by
knocking tbe ball under tbe center
fi l l fence. Bierbiuer's play on eecond
waa abcut aa fine as any ever seen
Aihletlcs....5 000200040 0-11
BrooklynB...2 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 112
Pittabursr, 4; St. Loaala, S.
Pitwburo, Pa., September 9. The
home team won tbe final game of the
series from St. Louis this afternoon in
the tenth inning on errors of Latham,
Robinson and Buabong. The game
was very excitiog.and stubbornly con
tested to the finish. Attendance, 1000.
Pittsburg 1 20000000 14
St. Lou a. 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 13
Baltimore, T atlropeUsss, S.
Baltimore, Mo, September 9.
Maya's wildness virtually gave today's
game to Baltimore. Kilroy was batted
rather mote freely, but waa steady in
his work and w a well supported.
Baltimore 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 07
Metropolitan .....1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 05
Earned runs Baltimore, 2; Meta, 1.
Two bsse bia Meister, Manning.
Three base hds Kommers, Scott,
Pa-aid balls-Reipschluger, 2 Wild
pitches Maya, 5. Pirn base on balls
Off K Iroy, 1 ; Mays, 3. First base
hits BjI imore, 7 ; Me s, 9. Errors
Ha'tlmore, 4; Mets, 'i, Utnpiie
XAsn villi Amrrican, Qth : S iwders
yesterday signed a contract with the
Baltimorer, and left for that city last
night. He will be a slrorg accession
to the Oriolts, and ia fallowed by the
best withes of hundreds of friends
nnd admirers in the South.
Manager (ioldsbv yeatvrday rec: ived
a very B,itttring oiler from the Wash
ington league club, which be bas de
cided to accort. He left last night for
Evansvilln, 1 1 is old home, where he
will spend a couple of days before go
ing to join the S atesmen.
Tiik Lee nine, of this city, defeated
the Uiindlere, of Helena, yesterday,
by a score of 22 to 10.
KAiNsn by tennirrEEs ion
TlieTotnl Amount Now Ovstr 911000
The 1'irat luatalliuenl for.
Tbe romml te appointed a' the
meeting of the Exchangee to eolicit
lands lor the relief of tbe Chariest, n
eulT ra are meeting wi h cene'derab o
encouragement. Sec e'ary Kreluu re
ports tbe followlrg liBt of Bubiciiptions
Amount published prevlonslj!rl,720 50
B. Lowentt iu A Bros
C, L. Byrd A Co
Lytle A t'hlelde
B nshnmA Hilliaid
M. A E. O. Kr. mer
Q. W. Jones A Co
Floyd A Moocey
Goodbur A Co
D. CanaleA Uo
Van VlbitACo .555
' Wa tS
Uoodbar, Love A Co
Menken A to
O. U Ry.n A Co....
H. Wetter A Co ....
Lemmon A Hale....
Zedrer A Co
K. M. MubsIo d
Harpman A Hro....
Oliver, Flmile A Co.
Brown A Jones 5 00
Young A li'0 5 (K
J. J. Dully A Co 6 p'
A. J. name.... '
J. Ba-ry .-. '
P. G. lnlgiey
M. T. Gaivm
A. B lUthobner ' '
h..n K-hlofH 5
L. Dllatnorne 5 00
rcheibler A Co 6 00
A. K Sloan w
Joa. P.Carv - 0 uu
Towner A Co 6 00
Sol Hallo w
Louis Lange 6 00
S l'.FinlHV 0"O
Johns on A Vance. 6 00
It. G. Luke IU""
Uoberon, Block A l o 5 00
Goodman A ltarrett 6 00
W. II. Berry A Co 6 00
I) s Jar.iim, Miller A Rooiee 5 00
Kelly, Roper A Kollly 6 00
Jack, Anderson A Co 5 00
Dean & Carroll 6 00
Dreyfus, Marx A Co 6 00
Hill. StandiBU A Co 25 00
W. N. Wilkeraon A Co 10 00
W.Jack A Son 6 00
Henry I.oubrmann 5 00
W. 8 Bruce A Co 10 00
Mitchell A Bryson 5 00
Obas. Ilerzog A Bro 6 00
J.Baxter 6 00
LangstsfTAC 6 00
Peters A Sawrie 5 00
John I) Adams 10 00
G. Falls A Co 25 00
Emmet Howard 2 00
Total to date f 1,285 00
One or two other committees aie yet
to be beard from. Tbe following mes
sage waa forwarded yesterday after
Msmphib, Tasg., September 9, 1886.
To the Honorable Mayor cf Cliarleaton, 8. 0. :
P.esidunt Chose ins-tructs me to toti
fy you that we forward pi r express
today $1000, contributed by toe citi
zens of this city for the relief of your
luflering people. Mor to follow.
K. A. KKELlNU.Beorotary,
Meiii.lil Merehants' Kehsne.
This powder never varies. A marTel e
nnrlty, strength an.l wholeuoinen.ss llore
eeonomioal than the urdinar; klu.l., and
cannot be sold In eoropetitlon ' h the
BUititade ot low test, short weuht alurr or
rhosphate powders. Hold only " R"','
Basiae Pownsa Co., 10t H all at..New 1 era.