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IMS OF IUE WICKED.
THE CALEXDAU OF CRIME FOR
Together TTith All Sorts of Casual
ties, as Reported bj the
Sr. Lourp, Mo., September 29. Chief
ol Po ice Husbltr received frne tine
ago a letter from George P. Ktister, a
guard at the Jefferson Citv peniten
tiary, stating that a convict, George
W. Sear?, in shoe shop No. 9. had in
formed him that he knew about tbe
Zae Watkirs mystery. Mies Watkina
was the daughttr oi L. A. Watkicc, a
basinets mau cf this city, and mea
greatly retpecti d by Lis acquainfaces
and friends. His daughter was veiy
handsome, aad had a r ostof admireis.
Suddenly in May, 1882, the youog
lady disappeared, arid bo alew as to
her whcrt-abouls could be discovered
unlil her body wf s found in tbe river.
No marks of violence were found on
her body, and it was generally thoueht
that she b ad committed i uicide. Tbe
mystery is now in a fair way to be
discovered, for Sears has confessed
that ha kDew a1 ont the mvs'cry. He
states that she was abdnctedard after
wards murdered, but fcives no cames
in detail. His nary ia discredited by
Borne, who think that he wants to he
brought to S'.Louie for examination in
order to be relieved from confinement
for a time. Sears, however, was a ret
ident of Kt. Ljuia btfom he wai tent
to the peni'ectiary for forgery, and an
acquaintance cf the murdered girl.
ConlVaatMl to Murder.
Boston, Mas.'., September 29. A
colored man pawned a cant here yei-
laov art1 of trvearA ft writtpn rfin.
feFBion of murder committed in Cin
cmra i, O, in 1882, md signed by
AVm. H. Downep, was found in the
pecket. Toe man Wf8 suerwsra Br.
vaaiaA onrl n mlirn hf H(lnii&rtfr8 ad
mitted that lie dabbed a man named
TnVU rin of rinn'nnti. in Oiitoher.
18S2, and Oin tf erward died. The
confession, he stated, was prompted
oy a UOUDita contcience. iuwm
otniaA in tha rxfTtnavU tlftr. hn WAR ' ft
DUIbO" I w . ' v.i.uw.w - -
rested for Cain's murder, but on the
testimony of Cain's wife and sister he
was acquitted. In his corf eion he
states tbat he had questionable rela
tions with Cain's wife, and that she
connived with him to gdt rid of her
(infihanil Tfn BiiirH hn vrntA the con
fession about six months ago to rend
to a judge of a Cincinnati court, but
emulwara criBUKeii uia uimu,
The Murderous Knife.
St. Louis, Mo., September 29.
George Hescber, a driver f jrmerly
employed by the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Company, was s iting in the
Green Tree Garden latteveniDg, whea
two lad es entered. The bartender
savs that he insulted the ladies and
he ordered him to lave the garden.
Hescher refu ed ti go, and then John
Halbrecht, an employe of tbe Green
Tree Brewing C. mpany, ateDped up
to he p tbe baritnuer put Lira out.
Heschur met thein with a kcifo, and
the first st.oke of tbe weapon laid
open Halbrecht's Uf; cheek. He a' si
received cm in each arm aoii one in
the left fids near the heart. He will
probably die. Heather was arretted
by Officer Connelly and locked up in
tae Uate btrwt rotation.
Killed by an Officer.
Fort Smith, Abk., Peptember 29.
Ex-Cbief of Poliee John Kemp wai
mortally wounded at his saloon at
5 o'clock this morning by umcer
Wiley Cox. Cox was trying to arrest
a d'sperado named Larue. He
knocked Larua down and covered
him with his pistol, when Kemp, in
attempting to stop the difficulty, came
up behind Cox. Officer Rounds
rushed in. acd seinir Kemp bp
Eroachitig Cox, told the latter to hit
im. Cox drew a dirk end cut him
in the neck, severing his jugular vein,
Another Btorvia tbat while the diffi
culty was goit g on the bar keep-r
tnrew a gia s ai jox, Ginning mm on
the forehead, the plats broke and a
piece of it struck Kemp, producing
the wound. Kemp lived about two
Drain f n Murderer In Prison.
Bisghampton, N.'Y., September
29. Georgo Axtsli, who on May au,
1885, shot and killed at Deposit,
Broome county. Elias freeman, Jl.
Franch aivd William H. Perry, and
who was in jail here under sentence
to be hanged, was found yesterday
lying in his cell in an unconscious
condi'ion and breathing heavily. It
is not yet known whether Axteil took
poison or whether an epileptic fit end
ed his life.
CoufesNfd lo I'lilUK n Academy.
SpBiNQFihLD, Mass., September 29.
James JN. 1'lutt and Ueurge V. Uara
well, 20 or 21 years old, confessed to
letting fire to the Moncon Academy
buildings on Jane 7.h. Their connec
tion with the crime was discovered
through the rece-ut arrest of Bardwell
at Amherst for burgiary. Piatt wai
induced t) turn S.atn's evidence and
made a complete confession. He said
the deed was done "for the fun ol the
thing" and with the idea of creating
New York EichHOge Safe Robbed.
. Nbw Yobk, September 29. Toe safe
of the postofBce in the Producs Ex
change Building was opened last night
by some pen on who knew the comb'
natdpnand $2500 in cash wai stolen
New abk, N. J, September 29.
Matbias L. Darby, the real estate
agent who was arretted for ruining
young girls, and who was indicted tor
fornication, pleaded guilty today.
Crwtned to Death,
Milwaukee, Wis , September 29. A
westbound passenger train on the
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul road
wa; run iot3 by a wild freight at Ex
onia Station last evening. A dining
car, sleeper and twenty-six froiiiht cars
were demolished. Frenk E. Morrill,
of Farmington Falls, Me., 26 years cf
age, who, with a twin brother, was
making a Western trip.was crushed to
death. The p-:cuniary loss will be
heavy. Ihe passenger train was
stoppsd by a hot bax, and for some
reason the freight train, which was
following it, wai not properly flagged.
Collision r Freight Trains.
St. Louis, Mo., September 29. Two
freight trains running in opposite di
rect oris on the Missouri Pacific rail
road collided while running at full
speed yesterday near Manitoau station.
Bath engines were wholly destroyed,
as were twelve loaded freight car3.
Engineer J. II. Hope and Fireman W.
M. Voelkell were seriously injured.
Toe accident reetilted from misunder
sumding of teleg aph ordeis. Tha loss
to tbe railroad company amounts to
about $;0,0 0.
Ishpemimo. Mien.. SeotBmber 59
Three men are entombed in s drift in
the Winthrop mine in consequence cf
fa'l of r ck. I is not believed they
Cin be nscued alive.
Train Wrecked nud tngiaeer Killed.
Galveston, Tax , Sapt mber 9 A
tram was wrecked on the Sou hern
Pacific railr. ad west of San Antonia
jeateiday. Horace Daoiela, the en
gineer, was killed and the fireman and
brakeman bedly injured.
Shot and Hilled.
P ducah, K v., 8 ptf mber 29. New
ton Jor.es shot and killd Frank Bur
dsn yesterday at this p'ace. The
trouble grew cut of a divorcs from
Jones's wife which Burden is said to
A WARNING TO DLMOCEATS.
Keep Froblbillou Out or Poltlt
It la Growing KtronKor
To the Editor! of th Appeal :
Memphis, Tknn., September 29. In
your paper of tjday appears a special
from At'anta, in which the question
of prohibition is made a direct issue in
tha Ddmocratic pany there. To is is a
great roisiake. The nly safety for tbe
pa-tyisto keep tbe question out of
politic;, as they have, so far, in Mis
sissippi. Ab sore ai the sun shines the pro
hibition movtment will sweep these
United States, as did ihe slavery ques
tion, with this exception, that tbere
wi 1 be no blood shed, f r the reason
tbat a mrjority of the households of
tbe North and South, including men
and women and boys, will u e all their
power aud iDflu-cca oa the side of
pron bi ion, to put the intoxicating
glass beyond the reach of the fathers
ml brothers who now iudulga in it.
Consequently po ideally there will
soon be a united Noith and South on
this ques ion. It is in vain to say
tbat there is too much capital invested
on the side tf the whisky question.
Not so. Compare the investment in
slave labor, aud that point is nettled at
The isme3 between the Democratic
party and the Republican party bave
dwindled down to a point that local
interest will in mo:t cases decide eleo
tir ns between them in favor of the
party tbat presents the best men a:id
the Deet measures. This is evidenced
by the fact tbat two brothers, able,
educated and honorable men, can dis
cuss their diuVreircea and each have
(heir sdberents in the same house
hold. These differences of opinion are
wise and considered necessary to the
best interests cf good government.
. But when a gieat national evil over
shadowing every household is pre
sented, ttion it is you may Icok f jr a
sharp, short and decidtd contest in
favor oi the peace and Bbfitytf the
women and childien of the land and
of the purity and manhood of tbe
State, free from debauch that now dis
graces even the councils of the nation.
Under the circumstances, it be
hooves the Democratic parly to act
wisely and well, if they wculd hold
the rains of government, only lately
entrusted to tbeir hands, after a quar
ter of a ceotory of nils from cilice.
For the masses will go with reform,
beyond question. The Demociatic
party in Mis'-iss ppi have studied this
qu Btion and wisely determined on
the enly safe course for them, by
which they have and will perpetuate
their hold of power and in the aflcc
t ons of the people and that is, to
keep tbe question out of politics, and
at tbe same time give the people
every opportunity cf self government
on thia question by giving them local
option laws, uuder which we are in
formed that over one-half of the
teriitorv of the State of Mns'sdppi is
now under prohibition laws, wituout
at all allrct-ng the interest of tbe
Will the Democrats of Tennessee
and other States act thu wifely and
timely on tbii subject? We have al
ready had sufficient warning. The
lest fc'tate and Congressional election
wes ran in thfs county by a ring
known ai tbe whisky ring. And
though many men in the paty fooght
it bmvely the ring had the day in (be
primaries and in tbe convention.
Consequently the pop!e revolted
and sent an unbroken .Republican de
legation to the S a'e and Naiioral
Legislature, and bo it will be hence
forth if a political question.
The Republicans ara wite enough to
see this matter ch ar y and already call
the Democratic party the whisky party,
as they were once called the "shivery
rarty," and are organizing themsalves
North on a prohibition p'atform which,
if opposed by the Democratic party as
aati-i rohibition, will lote to the Demo
cratic party the mnjority votes North
and South. "F.rawarned is foie
aimed." one ok thb people.
NONE WILL MISS THEE
Few will miss thee, friend, when thou
For a month in dual butt lain.
Skillful hand and anxioui brow,
Tongue uf wisdom, bus; brain
All thou wert shall be forgot,
And thy place shall know thee not.
Shadows from tbe bending trees
O'er thy lowly head may pass,
Sisbs from every wandering breeze
Btir the long, thick oh-ircbyard grass
Wilt thou heed the xT No; thy sleep
Shall be dreamless, calm and seep.
Some sweet bird may ait and sing
On the marble ol thy tomb,
Soon to flit on joyous wing
From that place of death and gloom,
On lome bough to warble clear;
But these songs thou shalt not hear.
Some kind voice may sing thy praise,
Passingnear thr plaoe of rest.
Fondly think oi ''other das"
But no throb within thy breast
Shall respond to words of praise.
Or old thougnU of "other duys.
Since so fleeting Is thy name,
Talent, beautv, power and wit;
It were well that without shame
Thou in Ood's great book wert writ,
There in golden words to be
Graven for eternity.
Tbe Coming-Season of Edwin Booth.
Chicago, III., Snptember 29. The
coming sr ason of Edwin Booth in this
city promises ti be unusually eucces
ful. Ciowds of people waiting to buy
tickets at the Chicago Opera Houss
blocked Washington street from Ciark
to L?salle scree s from early this morn
ing until this afternoon. An attempt
was made to fores ail speculation by
refusing to sail la'gs numbers of tic
kets. Signs cin bB seen now ofleiing
teats for tale in the windows of vari
ous stores. Over 1000 seats were sold
for the Hamlet production Friday
right. Ilamkl was the favorite, with
Otltello second, followed by HicMieu.
Threatens every man, woman or child living
in a region of country where fever and atue
is prevalent, fine the gorms of malarial dis
ease are inhaled from tbe air and are swal
lowed from the water of inch a region. Me
dicinal safeguard is absolutely nooassary to
nullify this danger. As a means of fortify
ing and aeclimating the system so at to be
able to rests the malarial poison, Hostetter's
f toinash Bitters is incomparably the bettand
the most ponulur. Irreirulnr-itia ,.r th
otomach, liver and bowels encourage n
luria; but these are ipeedily rectified by the
Bittors. The functions ol digestion and se
cretion ar assisted bv its nn. trwl ,ia.rnni
as wall as regular oondit'on of the system
promoted by it. Cjnutitution and physique
are tnus ue'ended avainsi the inroads of ma
laria by this maiohle.'S preventive, which
is also a certain and thorough remarlv in the
worst ca-es of intermittent and remittent
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY . SEPTEMBER .SO, 1886.
AND OTHERS OF HIS ILK WARNED
AWAY FfiOlI I HI. AliO,
As tbe People Are In No Mood to
Trifle With Foreign Fire
brands. Chicago, III., Sfptember 29. Tbe
Timet this mtrning siys: Dr. Aveling,
the Engl sh socialist, who has c: me to
tUis cnuut y to rescue the Chicago
anarchists from tbe gallows, is net
pleated with the comments ventured
by the Time upon his performances
in New York. The remarks to widen
tl is emisfary cf lawlofsnnBs tikes par
ticular ei cation included some very
wholesome advice to himself aud tlm
other agita'o8 tbat ere now traveling
in this coiint-y. The Timet told them
very plainly that their pressnco in
Chicago was not dt sired, and sug
gested tbat they would consult thar
personal comfort by abandoning tbeir
propof ed visit to this c;ty. This sug
gestion was based, of couree, upon the
presumption that they contempla'ed a
repetition in Ohicag) cf their peif fin
ances in New Ydrk. It a, pera from
the statements of Dr. Aveling that
such waa tbeir intention and that it
has not yet been abandoned. In
fhort, Dr. Aveling and wife and Hjrr
Lie'iknccht picp-se coming to
Chicago for ths purpose of
inciting, if tbey can, res'stance t i the
execution of the s-ntcoce paisrd upon
their co-relig'onaiies who now langutth
in the Ccok County Jail. In ordi-r to
accompl'sh this end, they vi ill attack
the laws ai d lnstitutiors of this coun
try, and s"?ek to irllime tbe passions
of tha vicious and turbulent elements
of the community by the earns
methods they are now employing ia
the Ea t. In a word, their e.raud in
Chicago wiil be to r,-new the propa
gauda of crime partially, interrupted
by the incarserat on of the miacrta'it)
who have been carrying it nn in this
c:tyfr yeais past. Trie Timci haa
intimated tf tbese incendiriries that
this will be a dargerous businers. It
has f aid that there is more medicine
in f esrvR f.r the fort that has been
prescribed for the hay market asuae
sir s, which will promptly be adminis
tered to any who snail attempt
to emulate their crimes. If
Dr. Avelirg acd his vit
riolic ipouse and tbeir Teutonic
co-laborers in the cau?e cf revolution
do not believe the TiWa, tbey will cer
tainly become convinced of its truth
fullness thould tbey undertake the
experiment upon which they seem to
be bent. Tbe public eeniiment of
this community ia in no mosd to trifle
with firebrands of the Aveling-L'eb-knecbt
vaiiety. Tbe bay market
butchery 18 too fresh in tne nopu'ar
memory ti expect tbat any latitude
will be given to persons who may
come hither to preach the detectable
doennes that bore liuit m tcatnor
Chicago, III., September 29. The
affidavit of John Sorruil that Juror
Randall had expr.ssed the opinion
btf-re the trial tbat the anarchists
outrhtto b? haneed. which was pre'
sen'ed with Ihe motion of tbe defence
f r a new tria', has been withdrawn,
tbe amant uiacovoring wneu coniront
ing Randall tbat he had mistaken an
other man fir him.
IKoininnllona Made by tbe Itepubll.
eona Demoeratle Unity.
IcoaaiBFoitDiHoa or tbi Arpiit. l
Dybmuurg, Tknn., Ssptamber23
The Republicans held a convention
beretooayand nominated Jobn B:iv
clair fur Representative and Dr. Gard
ner for the Sanate. They seem to
think that this is an auspicious time
to run here, as tbere are two Donio
erotic candidates for Representative-
John A. I'arker, the regular nominee,
and II. L. Fowlkes, the bolter and
two candidates for tbe Senate J. Jl
McDowell, of Obioo, end Lockey Don-
eisin, of JLike. The Kepublman can
didate for Rsrrese&tt.ve, John L.
Sinclair, is the strongest selection the
parly could have made In the county,
lie is en intelligent, clever, polished
gentleman, and if fate had deemed
that the Democratic county of Dyer
must have a JKepublican K9presouta
tive in tbe next General As'erai ly,
the I)omo:r.its would sav. with one
accord, give us Sinclair. However, ;t
is nat to decreed, and J. N. Park r
will represent Dyer county in the next,
Legis'aturp, despite the combined
strength cf Sinclair and Kowlke;. It
ia hoped and expected that the coming
out of a Republican candidate will
unite the Democrat, aid that the
wanderers will return to the f jld and
vote st'hdly for the nominee. H is
time that we eschew our little personal
preferences and partialities and stand
np lor the nominee. We hope the
little band of difsati fled Democrats,
who strayed off after the gallant but
erring tapt. fowlkes, will conclude to
indulge a little of what they style
"eating crow," and come np in solid
phalanx for Parker, the regular nomi
nee. A split or bolt in tbe Democratic
ranks is a regular picnic for the Re
publicans, and bo'tars aid in ths elec
tion of candidates of the opposite
party, however much they (the bolt
ers) may deprecate and detire to avoid
surh a result. Prof. Vann, a very in
telligent colored teacher, by request,
addressed the convention today and
delivered a spicy speech much to the
encouragement of his fellow Repub
licans and enteitaining and amusing
to DpmocBts as well.
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DR. U. McLANE'S
BE SURE YOU GET THE 0ENUIHS. Tki
Counterfeits are made in tit. Louis. Mo.
WLLBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVES
AW wsk ss mmmw
k K)lh iUMU LliJlili.
lhGnnla Arllrl. Thcstreat
popularity of "Wilbor'i Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" has induced some tin
prinolpled persons to attempt to palm on a
simple artiole of their own manufactures
but any person who is suffering from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be careful
where they purchase this article. There
suits of its use are it best recommendations,
and the proprietor has ample evidence on
file of its great suooess in pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime possojies a
most marvelous hraling power, as combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Ir. Wilbor
It is prescribed by the medical faculty. Hold
by A. U. Wilbob, Chemist, lloston, anl
THE undersigned hre firmed a copart
nership, dating from the mh insnt,
umlnr the urm name and style of DEAN &
LILLY, for tho purpose of conducting a
Whnlnxala I nffo. Tu inj 1-nico business at
2ir Main street, Lee Clock, Memphis, Tenn.
The buiincs will be conducted at 1H1 Poplar
stroet until the macninery and fixtures at
tbe new stand are eompUtml.
MmraiH, September 2H, 1M.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALEKS IN
205 r.Tain St. (lee Block)
Hutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
UICIIAHD A. M'Cl'KDY, rrCHldonl.
The largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.)
OFEICE-NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
LIVERMORE rUUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPAhY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEU'lIlGOtom Adams StM Hemphi
Work. 4"IVW-r-iS'. ,.al-VrKir-W
wi m s ii i , ' Mil, i a. ' .riRiir- . - -
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St
(Successors In this lepartment to JOHN MANOQUK.)
Wrlte ns for Infiirmntinn on ANY T1IINH In eith.r line.
The Planters Firo ami Marino Insurance Co.
or MEM I'll IN.
tiffire In (ompssi's Iliillrtlnir, No. 41 Mndlaon Hlrt, Mrinphln, Tfnn.
D. T. PORTER, Pre". I N. OVERTON, Jr., VIp.Pre. 1 1. II. KMITH, ej
r'. II. II I' M s H, Aaalolnnt Ni-erefarv.
niRKTOKM-g H.BKOUKS.ot Brooks, Neelj A Co. ; R. L. O'.rFKIN, ofDIIIard A Coffin I
1). X. POUTER, of Totter A Macrae; JO UN OVERTON, Jr., J. C, M1L1.H, J. R.
GODWIN, of J. R.Omlwtn AOo.i J. M. (ItioDU R. of Uoodbur A Co. t
J. M. PHILLIPS, UARbWU PKRK8 . w w ...
romrurnrtd Uiitlurax In IMH7. I ratil,6r Half a ttllllou.
Iirlllnira FanrrliillT ltrlred.
Also Represents the Spaimisiai.n Kiai, of
1 owrANV: w trt'HT A1N '
t, T. JAltAflOS.
0. C. BIIH.
, T. FAR
f JMesiIe Grocers & CoIIoh Factory
S& rrrnt Stroet, Memphla, Ton a.
Oettei eenslf ned to mi will havo oar earefnl attention. We carry at all times a well-
laoted Itook ot
Stiple & Fancy Groceries, Wwn, LlqFisrsJcb&ceo & Cigars,
ftnfl will mtt f,w mm f nw.
W. T 1IUWDKE.
31 ami 30 SIihUnoji
A. V ACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nob. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
t rt, t .nn itiv
Late J. X. LaPrada i Co
I .1 ZiZZZ-X
A M i '
No. 304 Front street,
atarllavlnc retired from
we are pleaped to annonn
to serve mem in oar
tended ns In tne oia
line, we wusw w mer.k .u-..v L" ,.RAI)r5, MrilRATll A CO.
Cotton Factors, Wlaolesale Grocers,
JT. 11 XT h Ion Rtreftt. : z Hnnipbl, Tenn.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
TTholesalo Groceri?, Cotton Xaetora
And Commission Merchsnts,
.32 and 234 Front
BETWIIS ADAMS AND JKrHBliOHr.
M. I. M. lAIHIT devoUi hts wHola tlma to the welrtlnt and sate of nil Cottoi ltuM
' lootr oiir.Citten iVarehome.'AWa-'hiaitoaatraet.
(iprlnnDrld, Mass. j OitoRQU Ilom Inburahcr
ITT, n l n ll tr nnongi. , ipnn.
R. A. PAR.KIR.
i. l. woenso:
mm a co.
w. i. iiowdui:.
tit., t iYffen,liia. T'--ia.
Dnnlvl I'rntl Cotlou JIhh,
FKEDEK8 AND CONDENSERS,
n!iim:y, nmitii to.,
Prnll Krllpac IttnUer Uinm, Ffl
era nuii Ulia Kephi-rs,
98 to 104 Poplar St., Momill.
e-Pratt Revolving-Head Qlns nne
qunled. btnek now oomplote. Prioei
rmluned. Corresnondenee ano onion
Milioited. Old (ins Repaired In First-
la s ord . AH work uuaranteeoV.
JOHN MoURATH. .
Late with J. X. LaPrada A Co
: Memphis, Tcnn
AYEHY GIN CO.
W. A. NuiKIi'h 1iU. Nepurator.
Eagle Ecllpue Holler (Jlns,
Plain 10-Inch Uln, and
NOI'THERN HTAHDAKO PBKNS.
; Prlre at Factor F, 100and IIO.
ALLIEN hEb COTION CLEASEKS.
OtrAll kinds of Oins Repaired. Biieoial
Discount to tbe Trade."
Jl and frossl Ht., MrnihU. 1na
M. 1. Ola; k.
tbe Saddler and Uaraeis bnsiness anu ore""" " ""'"i
new oanaeivy. "?"" V"l"r or vonr fttTors in the new.
D. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEiUblithed In 1800.1
DR.J0I1NSON li acknowleij-fdbyall par
ties interested an hy far the moot suo
eeMfut I'hynioian In the treatinentof prtvat
ornerret diKeiuei. Quick, iermauent curel
ruararueud in every cane, male or fen-ale.
Kccent oaen of Gonorrhea and SypbiHl
curci in a f-w days without the una of mer
cury, chanfte of diet or hindrance from
bubincM. Seoondury fyrhilin, tlirlaPtTel
titre eradicated with') 'H the one ofnieroury.
Involunnnry loss of remen stoied In short a
time. Sufferers from lmiotenoy ot loiti of
sexual lo wers reitnre t fre vifror In a few
weeks. Victims of self-abuee and e icons ire
Tenery, sutforinir from stiermetorrhea and
loss of iihvtionl nd tnenUI iower, si dily
and permanently cured. Particular atteo
tion iail to the Ui-ennes of Women, and
cores guaranteed. Pies and old sores cured
without the uso of cnudtio or the knife. All
Consultations strictly 0 .r.Gtlontinl. Medi
cines sent by espies! to all parts of tho
s4rWorkinfrmen enred at hnlf the usual
ratoi. tOioo hours from 8 oVock a.m. to
o'clock p.m. D. S. JOHNSON, M.I).
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 810 ffST LOUIS
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
- WltlTlS Hill rATALOt.t'lS. -
Ornri Mitwi-iuR Oar T.iniiT Coupant,
Mkui'hih, Tsnm. I
BY order nf the Uuard ol Utrectors of tha
Mfliniihts Wh l.iutit. (tomnarv. mado
JuIt 5, 18Sti, a inoetiiiB oi Ihe sloe holders e
said ootnimny wes calif d to l-e hell tin Moa
day. Vctoher 4, 1 KSti, st the orme ol tho eon
'ny, in Meinhis, at 12 in., to oonsii!r nl
aot upt-n a con'vac' lane by the ihmrd oi
Directors with Tki b Diftrl.'t ol rihlhl
county, a copy ol whii'h contrnct hns beet
sent by mail to each stockholder In lurthef
purnuauco ot said order ol' the Hoard, notiei
ot sold utectitiB'ls hereby liven tothe stock
holders ot said otiinimny, und they are earn
estty re'tiif sted to tie present, or send tri-xiea
with hoir Instructions as to the totioa of
their stocK upon this rropoiitlou to accept
or rojeot said contract.
JOSKPII CK AIT,
Sorrrtary of Memphis litt l.iiht t'uv
Peptember I, IHSll.
811 MUFF'S SALE.
IiUUSUANT lo an execution Lotted Au
Riint ti, 1 SMii, from the riuiJ-n : ( ourt nt
TonneHHce, on jutriuent ronlrrl ty said
Court, June :i. lntW, in layornf J 1j. H pper
son tiunt V. U Ualbr ath and J. M.
Kowlkos. cotniirlsint tho firm of W. II. (lal
Srenth A Co., tor one tlionsnnd and eith'y
nino dollaii and elUty-Bve o. nu ttlW.1 ,'),.
I will on
pininrtlnjr, Orlnbrr a, IHHI1.
in front nf the Courthouse do ir, In Shelby
county, Term., sell to Iho hiulie.t biddir lor
oaxh the following do'oritied tract of land in
the Tnxlnir District of Mi Iby oounty, in
Kbelhy oounty, Tmn., to-witi Hcirinnlni at
anoint on tho smith linn ol Union street.
SU feet oast of a four (41 loot alley; thnna
eat on and with south line of I'nion street
.ll'-a feet toas'nkni thence seuthwsrdly, at
right anvloa with Union stroet, ln8 feet to an
alloy; thence with said alloy westwards
M'i ee to a stuket thence on a line per
pendicular tol'nlnn street northwardly U
leet tothe point of beinr,in. belna sam
lot conveyed by W. 11. tlaliireith to A. Vae
caro by deed reirislered n Shelby oonnty,
Tenn., In hook UK), me HT, and fame bninf
theeattball'of lot cunreved by F. Lane tf
Jl. Ii Meachun and W. It. HalbreatU, bf
deed In book M. pave 1!4. of the Keaister't
o li oe of said oounty. Levied on as the prop
erty of W. I). tialhrcath to sati.ty said ex
ecution. W. 1). CANNON. Sheriff.
Ity JoHK J. MaroH. Deputy Sheriff.
I'oston A I'ostoii, Attorneys.
IIKAItl)AKI t.HS FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Flr, Wind, Water nnal Jl tajhi nlnaj
rr. Huitntife for all kinds ef buildings.
Kor prices and estimates at faotory ri tl
call on or address
MEMPniH METAL A WOOD M'aC0.,
438 A 44(1 Main at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St..
Headquarters lor Iron Komv s and Cre'ting,
Oalvaiiised Iron Cornice. Tin Jtrnls ASIotos.
'(X Tnis UISLT or K.
1. 1'. aenerf tor is inadcel
i!t iirHfl.t Irr the our
HO riltrAVH Xnf deirenerntlor
rrJMOtfWiVjBis wneratlv? or
.,.v.yyr!L,.pt.ai JAttr. There is n
tv. ' FORM 2. ;i uiistakesbon thisin
J ; "y .struinont the eon
Hh. n ;!3"7,llV KLi tTRIClTY rer-
!ilf lIV -"t i I ,JI I niuatin. mrouKn in
9 LIM Vuii' U iLI narts must reto
tf L Ml '.if I i ft 1 ...
thorn to healtby action. Do not oon(oun
this with Ulentrlo Belli, advonised to cura
all Ills from head to toe. It i lor the ON a
speoiAo iiurpose. For ntrculnrs ulvlnv fulf
nforrnatiion, address Choever Kleotrlc I'elt
Co.. Hill WmiMnirton iret. hlcar ... 01.
Crab Orchard Spring;,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellent
of the cubine. and a-rniniuoilations ohar
a teristicorthis hotel during the past thre
years, shnll be fully uiaiktaiimd this sessoav
Excursion tickets to the sprints by the L.
and N. Kailwny are good ria Louisville, both
folna and returning, to proceed on firsttraia
suoceediria arrival in LouiHyille.
W f. OKANT, l're't- J. 0. KINft. tjnn't.
f !ANTSVNyALID 3
S-: 'uiy nerfuct aubatltute it Mothsrt
mim. Inviiiuuhie lu Chnlara In'iintuni
and Teethlnfi;. A pre-OUuHtuU lood lur DyA
pentlca, Coneumptivos, Convalescents,
f.irK.ot nutrlout In all Wasting Dlsoil.
KeOHlrea no oooklnR. Our lluk, The Care
pod Feedlna; of Infants, maiu,d Ireo.
DOUnUU. OWODALH b CO.. Boaton. M-
BlU VEltDAM tsPlUXUS
WILL bo opened June 1st. This noted
w.iterina-place is situ ited six unlee
from AUn Furnnce, on the N.ishviitc ani
Tusonlon.a rai ruad, in Hickman county
Tenn. Hack will meet ail trains at ifctna
and will convoy guests to springs at a very
Ilimril. SliO Per Monlht HI Prr Day.
Kx-IhI Kalrs lu 1-Hinlllra.
We invite all who wish to spend the meat
leasant sea on of their lives to coma t
Beaverdatu. especially soekers of pleasure;
and health. Uood water and pure air ia
iirni hNTO ki ,
Livery uen, Oentreville. Tenn.
tl. A. DKAN, Prop'r t'enrrev Ilia H-itnt.
ON ft TI'KI Y, OCTOCi.K 2, lSSti, at No.
lid Mark t s reo', Meu.iis. lorn., I
will ll lo the h'irli'-t bidjer 'rosh,all
the lloiiMih.dd an.i Kitclieu t urture. in
cludiim oni I'arlorSot. tb.ea i-o.-m -t and
K t 'licn Furniture, in in d r sidrncc I sell
UinliTtm'. dd m ido hy L hu Zn .t 'n me,
rcc-i'drt in bo-k ps;c S' .in Register'
othce, und byuircc'ifn o1 I)enc6cir.v thera
nto. L. 1'. McfABLAKD. Iru.iu.
atiirtrTAPTOnKna or SiiLt