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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL---THURS DAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1886.
THE BEAD RESTORED TO LIFE
WITH fil riiO-ULICERlSE.
Bemarkable Experiment Succeaa
fallj Made Upon Chicago Woman
hj a rhjsklan.
Chicaoo, III., September 29. Tbe
Ertning Journal today pub ishea a case
of remarkable reeusdtation from eup
preed death of a young married wom
an named Mis. Fiaaer, the daughUr
of Mr. T. II- Stevens, who, with bla
family, came here from New York to
live ame Tears apo. On July 3i)tli,
lat, Mrs. Frassr gave birth to a child,
nod in Aagubt, after several days' ill
ness, wis pronounced dead by her at
tending physicians. Dr. Mark II.
LatkfreUen, who was ales attending
Mrs. Fiaser, aaya: "I did everything
1 conld think of ti restore respiration,
without effect. Ten mlnaUa mupt Tbe
have elapeed, though at that time I
was net in a position to watch tbe
passage of tlm. Then it suddenly
Btiuck me that I would like to try a
hypodermic it jectlon of the solution
of nitro-glyceriue. I took up ten
drops of it and let the corpse have the
full benefit of it. The flist minute
there was not a puis. ion, but just
a gasp; that waa all. I looked at
my watch and there were four such
gasps distributed over tbe lirst sixty
seconds, but that is not life. In tbe
second minute there were Bix respira
tions and a alight heart pulee could be
heard, but no pulte could be felt. In
the third minute it was 180 and up
ward, a? th .t it could not be counted,
llorface flushed; her eyes began to
roll In their sockets; all the mu e'en
relaxod from the extreme stiffness of
death ; all the contraction of the limbs
gradually relaxod; epecu'atlon came
back to hr eyes and she borame con
scious, la my opinion, in all cases of
hni'k or collanse this thing on if tit to
be tiiod before they are given over for
lost. There is nothing peculiar or
sensational about it at all. The only
thinir is I have been tbe first person
to try it. If I have saved a life, it ia
The dector relates the following
"The lady ia a young woman between
19 and 20 yeara of age. Hhe was con
fined July 30th of a male baby, under
very great difficulty. It waa an in
strumental case. She was up and
bout, but in the middle of August
began to complain oi a lime pain, un
the 24th day of the moi.th the seemed
' ti htva colic rjains. which continued
off and on nntil the evening of tbe
25th, when the pains became very se
vere, and I was sent for. I have here
(taking from his vest a little battle
filled with a clear fluid like water)
one cer cent, eolution of alcohol of
nltro irlvcf rine. It is a remedy which
for some little time has been used for
epilepsy at d things of that sort, and
for some forms cf kidney trouble also.
It has an affect on the blood yetBla,
the lentron blood voesel arleriea. We
give it in doBs of one drop, a drop
and a half, two drop., or maybe three
droDB in some ca.es. We give it
through the mouth. It was never be
fore iiivon bvpodermically, to far as
am aware, until 1 made the trial, thank
goodness, with success. It was a case
of call atone. Many persons die of
shock. As they try to pas the atones
they gradua'ly sink away from pain
i t it .
na uio irum iuuoi ur uuiuiimn
On the night of the 30th she collapsed,
bhe lost her pulse. Her beait
ceased to beat. Hhe ceaed to breathe.
Her temperature foil to, I do not know
bow low, for our thermometers do not
begin to register low enoug'i. Thev
re only marked to 95 degrees, but I
think her temperature must have been
down to 92 degrees, at the least. 11 or
lather, mother, brother and husband
atood around hr bed, and ail had
given her op for dead. They spoke of
her in the past-tense, and they were
very sorrowful. Just before the
woman collapsed, her last words were,
'Good God, the cold wave of death is
over me.' She en id she wanted ti
drink something, and had a pain In
her inside; then there seemed to be
rush through her bowels, and when
that was over she knew nothing more.
She called for the consulting physician,
Dr. Adams Allen, who came about 1
o'clock in the morning, and be wan
nrettv well pleased when ho hoard
what had been done. In two or three
days' time, twenty-eight gall stoues
came from her. The threo largent
were from one and one-half to one mm
three-anarter inches long and to and
three-iourth inches in circumference.
She has since been to my piece two or
three tiniPB, and 1 was very glad to see
ber. It is a highly lute resting ias."
"How do you account for the effect
of the in j action?"
"It promoted act'.ou of the artnrios.
Tbey, causing the vessels to dilate,
enabled the blood t llw. and when
It begins to follow anywhere, it would
not be long till it is Hawing through
, tbe heart. It simply set the machinery
f oing again. I never held a pulse
hat weut as fust as her's did. 1 am
just now wailing for one or two casts
to carry my experiments furthor. I
want a case of cullapsa from an over
dose of chloroform. In my opinion
there is no use of anyone dying from
n overdose of chloroform now, or
from shock while undergoing surgical
ororations. And there will be this
advantage in the latter case: The
operation can be completed without
any flow of blood to impede its pro
gress, and then when it ia all over, tbe
nitro-g'ycerine cm ba administered
and animation restored.'
The reporter for the Journal con'
firmed all the main icis in tbe case
by interviews with members of the
family. Tbe patient Is at present en
Joying excellent health.
It ALU Y 5, MISS.
(indite Death of Churl llorloB,
Formerly if Blielby t'onfr.
looaaiHFoxDSKct or thi arraaul
Baldwyn, Miss., September 27. On
Friday. August 27th, a young man
called at tbe houso of Mr. A. M. Bed
.ord, four miles north of Baldwyn
elvlng his name as Charles llorton
lie (aid he was not very well and
about out of money. Mr. Bedford
very kindly entertained, him for the
niuht. and upon Home term agreed
npon, we suppose, be continued to re
main there, working most oi toe nine,
until lard Thursday evening. When
be went to the houee to empty his
basket of cotton be was not feeling
well, and went ti bod, where he re
mained mcst of the day Friday. On
Saturday be wa no belter, aud Mr,
- Bedford went for a phyeician, but
failed to got one, and before be re
turned borne tbe man died.
At the time this dea'b occurred Mrs
Bedford and daughters were the only
persons present. Being a very eudden
death, it was necessary that an inquest
should ba held, which was done.
1 There was no one entertained a
' thought that any of the family had
mis rea'ed tiie unfortunate man ia
any way. The verdict of tbe jury was
dentb from active congestion ti liver
There was found in bis pocket a
small amount of money and two let
ters written under letter bead "umce
of W. P. H. Butler, Filnpln, Tenn."
One was da'td October 27, 1H85, signed
hf "P. T. Ulaa, M. O.. Ninth District,
Tnn. ;" tbe other wa dated October
2S, 1885, aigned by "Tf. P. II. Baler,
merchant ana termer, ineas leuera
were written in a gocd bnsinees style,
recommending Albert Harris in tbe
usual wording oi men letters.
Tbia young man was about 25 or 28
year of age; hair, mustache and chin
whiskers were a dark red. might bs
taken lor black on slight look ; was of
medium s'Z3, about 5 feet, 5 or 0
inches in bight. He bad told the
family that be was raised near Mem
phis, Tenn., and that his mother and
Bister lived at Kansas City, Mo. If
any one sses this that can give us any
reason why this unfortunate fel ow
man should have changed his name,
if those leitsra give ic correctly, we
would be pleased to hear from them
J. C. o.
LI LA 81'ATlON, HISS.
Health at4 iBaulgrallan.
ooiaKsroauaacs or thi arriiL.I
Liili Station, Miss., September 28,
It is very refreshing to the sightseer
to pats through this aection of the
cmntry, it being tbe cotton belt of
MicalseinDi. and witnera the great area
of country covered with the flaecy
ataple. There has been a great deal
of rain recently that has retarded tbe
ononing of the cotton and baa caused
aome rattening where the weed I as
grown so rank. The outlook for a
good crop is not so good aa it was at
this time last year, and In the jucig
ment of your correspondent, it will re-
onlre a late fall to enable the late crop.
which is decidedly the beat fruited, to
Our neonle are grea'ly disappointed
at the failure of the Executive Board
of the Levee Uommisslonerp, at their
meeting in Memphis on the 24th in
atant, to let out the work for repairing
the levees. We all recrgniza (be fact
that a well constructed levee, giving
the delta country Immunity from over
flow, ia tbe salvation of the coiton
belt, and, of course, our chief intereit
centers in this enterprise.
There haa been a good deal of chills
and fever in this asctlon this summer,
but very little sickness of a s-rinuJ
character. 'I he many friends of Ki
Gov. J. L. Alcorn will be glad to
beat that he is improving. He was
recently stricken with paralysis at bis
borne near Jonestown, in this county.
The subject of politics Is seldom dis
cussed with our people. This Is no
doubt due to two causes; the gather
ing of crops ia the most absorbing j
question wilh u", and tbe fact that
Tom (Jatcbings haa been nominated to
succeed himself, and the belief that
nothing short of Wlgglns's earthquake
will prevent bis election, rather cut
short any diccuesion on the subject.
He ia a necessity and ia the man to
guard proporly our river interests.
AVe are glad to Bee the gonial coun
tenance of our clever merchant and
depot agent, Capt, E. A. Lindsley, at
bis post again. He has recently re
turned from a shoit visit to friends In
New York and Pennsylvania.
Mr. II. J. Allen, one of our leading
merchants, is back again from a few
days' recreation, visiting relatives in
West Tennessee. 1 -
Through tbe instrumentality of tbe
oflicsra of the Louisville, New Orloans
and Texas railroad, we expect many
addiliona to our farming population
this fall. This comity ia certainly en-
oylsg a big boom, but there ate yet
'homes Jor ihe million."
THE CZAR A GOOD 51 1
AND TIIE RUSSIAN PEOPLE CON
According to Our Consul-General at
St. Petersburg, Gen. P. 31. B.
Tonag, of Georgia.
A DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER.
Male Autre ami Disappears
T)... . wn Tm O.nt.ml... Qtl Ann
the 18 year old daughter of Dr. Hiram
A. Hawlov. station agi-nt at Del mar.
junction of the Chicago and North
western railroad, took ber fathei's
horse from the s able Saturday night
and left borne. It waa diicovered
that she bad cut elf her hair, changed
1. I ... 1. I f .... - nn.h nM. I
HIT UlUtlllUK UIHI1 0 Knii. ffuu
rode away on hoiHaback. She left a
note saying that none need follow ber,
as she would never return. A person
supposed to have been the missing
girl wivs ferried across tke imam
plnln from L irrabee's Paint to Tiron'
derocH. about 8 o'clock Sunday morn'
ing. juim liawley wrs a popular euu
fiuuly educated young woman.
A MONT 1.IHI.HAI. 4-rr.K
Tug Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Eloctrio Appli
ances on thirty dnys' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet In sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
The Senate fluhery Committee,
Boston. Mass.. Sep'ember 29. The
members of the United States Senate
Committee, appointed to investigate
the subject of the fisheries, left Boston
for Woods lloll this morning in order
to visit tbe Fish Commit slon and
make note of the work done there. A
ouorum not having airived in Boston,
the formal opening of tbe bearing is
not yet announced.
Of nnre Ood Liver OIL with Hype
nhosnhltes. ia a most valuable remedy
for consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a Iobs of flash, a lack of nerve
power and a geneial debility of tbe
lh sialoa Crop. Hnort.
SramupiBLD, Mash., Snptembor 29.
Reports to the Ann l'naland llomo-
tlead from thejprincipal onion grow
ins sections of the countrv indicate l
Bhort crop aud higher priors. This is
true not only in How England, but in
the onion finidsof N:'W York State and
the Wtst. The prices to farmers are
00 cents to $1 per bushel, but the de
mand is moderately active and grow
ers are disposed to hold for higher
prices. The crop in Michigan, Iowa
Wisconsin and throughout the Wtst
genera ly ia very short, and iiibtoad of
nes'ern competition, the protiami'
itiea are that Kattern onions will be
shipped West before spring. Tbe
onion Beed ci op is good.
Care of Liver Complaint.
Iowa Falls, Hardin (Jo., Ia., June
8, 18H5. 1 have been nsing Alleork's
forous l'lasiers for four years aud
think I could not get along without
them. For a long time I won alllirted
with a pain under my right Bhuulder
to Rile; 1 Hlo hail considerable diMem
ty in breathing. 1 applied en A 1 cock's
Porous 1'JaeU r on my back and one on
my clieet. I kept changing them ev
ery four days, and at the end of three
weeks Wfa entirely cured.
JE. S. BIEVES8.
Washington, September 28. Sen.
P. M. B. Yourig, Ooeb.i1 General at St.
Petersburg, being interviewed by the
Evening Critic, said: "The e Is con
stant and untiring work going on
among the Ituesian army officers, per
fecting tb 3 troops in dri l aud equip
ments, and they are ranking 'wonder
ful progress. The Russian a'my is as
complete a mhi ary organization to
day aa the world has ever ssen All
branches of the aerviie have the mott
modern arms and are thoroughly
drilled in their actual nie."
"How many men could Ru Bia put
In the field in case of a war?"
"Ineide of twenty-four hours she
could have an army of G25,OUO men on
the move, and in a month could so
add to it that she would have 1,500,
000 men ready for action, and they
would all be soldiers, too, not raw re
cruits, fi r Rusiia has a reserve of n.en
who really belong to the army, but
who are not under pay; for instance,
the man whom you may hire to work
for you is very like a soldier; be may
even bs a corporal or a sergeant. He
is earning h's living, but he is a soldier
nevertheless, and is ready at a mo
ment's notice to take bis place in tbe
ranks. In this way Russia is able to
keep up aucb a powerful military
establishment. She has thorough sol
diers In her leserve, and they coat her
nothing ex ept when ehe calls them
out to fight."
"Do yuu think Russia wants India?"
"I do not. I do not believe t hat she
would for a moment teriously con
sider tbe quRFtion of fighting England
for India. 1 lie reason f r berattitude
on tbe Afghanistan frontier is simply
because she wants to let England know
tbat ehe mut not interfere with Rue
Bis. Her position in regard to Ind a
is slmnly a menace to England. She
holds England in check by tbe impltd
threat onveyed by her activity b
tweon Merv and tha Caspian le i. As
for Afghanistan, Russia dees not want
that country either. If she did, all
she would have to do would be to take
It. She could do that very easily.
What Russia is working for on the
frontier is ihs friendship of the Ameer.
Tbat potentate is row England's friend,
and Russia s undermining that coun
try's inlluer.ee with him; that is all
she la now working for in that direc
tion. She doea want Constantinople,
and will got it in time. Russia has
between 60,0.0 and 80.000 men be
tweon the Ojpian aea and Merv, and
can handle tbem rapidly. Those
troops are simply perfect; why, tbey
have tailors, bakers, hatter.', weavers;
In fact, men of all trades, teady at any
time when called upon to go to work
at them. It is the same way through
out the Ruesaian army. By th s you
can ste bow thorough the eervice is."
"Are the Russian pecp'e uuscon-
No ; as a rule they are a contented
people and love their Emperor. .Ni
hilism has. I think, been stamped out,
There are no more aniuchist troubles
in Rue ia than we buve in this
country. The impression that the
Caar is afraid of hia life and goes about
surrounded by a cordon of guards.
and is, in fact, a prisoner, is all moon
shine. He goes abcut &,. Petersburg
just as it pleaota him. He is, in fact,
seen much more frequently on the
streets th.n is the President of the
United States. He gets into bis car
liage with the Empress and drives out
to the rigiments that era always
maneuvring holding sham battles,
He will leave the carriage, lump on
his hor -e aud desh around among bis
troops giving orders and taking per
sonal part in what is going on.
lie wilt then rejoin tys wife and
quietly return to the city. Oltjn he
lives lor a couple oi weens wiin uie
Empiess, in a little houso near
the troops, and is no more at
tended than Ihe colon ol of any regi
ment, lie is a megnificcnt men,
physically, tit feet three inches in
lilgnr, ma noes not tear mmi or
devil. His soldieiB sdoie bim. He
la particularly a family man, nnd is
always to ba found with bis wife. He
seems to ba devoted to her and bis
rhildron. He ia a Romanoff, of course.
The ltomnnoili) are a flpluiulld pe pl,
ai a rule, and he is a particularly
"now aie Ameucana troateu in
' Bettor than any other clues of
foreigner. They are given faiilities
tbat are extended to no ether people.
They bio always politely treo'ed, al
though they have to submit to tbe
strict police system of the rount'y."
''is Minis er I.othrop pnpular'f '
"He ia very popular. He baB made
a most excellent impression, and we
could have no butter man at St. Pet rs
burg. I found out, a so. that Gov.
Curtin is well remembeiod and is
spoken of most highly, even twenty
years after he represented us at the
Caar's court. He is very kindly, re
ferred to as a stiong, brilliant man and
an accomplished gontloman. '
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OfHeelO MadlBon Street, Sfeisapliia., Teiiii
Y MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell A Co.'ls this day dissolved, E. Vf.
nn..ii vAttrinw TiiM vMmaininv nurin.r,. P. K. Al.tnn nnd II. II. Maury, will con
tinue the business at tbe old stand, corner Front and Union streets, assuming all linbilitief
and collecting ail outstanding acoounts. E. W. CHOWhLL.
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 1888. H. H. MAUET.
u-On mtirin. an anove. I bemeak for ur successors a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. I. W. CK0W12LL.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
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AW AMD rLABIHC.MIIX, IATTTAKDi
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latb and Shingles, Flooring. Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
H. o. PKARCE.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
ES-CPEAROB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Filerch's,
No. 280 FHOJTT STKEET, EIEESPB JS, TENN.
roll on Warfhonw-lna. 8 til 1'nlon street.
T w 1TT V V 1 UTTJJTinw RAM TTOTmON.
Late ol Commerce.'Miss. Late ol Coffeevilie. Miss. Late of Brooks, Ntoly A Co.'
FLY, ISREOM & HOBiOM
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street MemyMs Tpnir.
M. i. GGOVER & 00. ;
DoorM,Hli,Rllnd(oldiaRS,all kinds of Door and Window
FriuncH, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Bough and Dressed
Lumber, MiIiirIcs, I-nllis, Water Tanks, j
All kinds ol Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Memphis. Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Jfo. SOO Front Street. ; MeaWfalils. Teuul
(SUCCESSORS TO BIACBAH HORTOSI
Old Stand. No. 0 Union St., Momnhis.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY IMEURMIOE 00
OF MEM PHIS, TENN.
OmCE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J. F, FRANK, W.A.QAOR. , M.GAVIN. J.W.FALLS
11. M. JAMES, DAVtD P. HADDKN, J. 0. NIKLY.
3 r. Wirri.T. PrMM..t 1 1, H AniT.1. V t.ePWt. W, ti. WOORr. We.
Liberal Advances on ConHlRniuent.
SCO Trout Strict, : : Memphis, Tetm,