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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1880.
CRIME AM CRIMIS1LS.-
HOREilRLE DOIBLK TRAGEDY IS
AN ILLINOIS TILLAGE.
Uarderer Hanged at Few Orleans
Lenient Judge Lynch Sproulo
A gal a Respited.
Chaifin Bsisoe, Iix., October 1.
Fallowing gre the part calm cf
a doable tragedy whicb o curred
at this place: Eddie Claik was
only 17 je.rs old end Mel e-a
Fairs not yet 15. She was still
wearing short difssts and noth
ing but a gul in her action?, and he
waj (till a boy, a rv?r never having
touched his face. The girl's bro her,
Chile., j was mrr ed t-Tk the boy's
Bister, tffi and tbe two families were
on the best cf terms a d lived on ad
joining farms. Eddie and Melitsa
went to tbe same school, recited in
the same classes and alwaya wblked
home together. Eddie lived nearly a
mile funtier from ech-.ol, bat on tbe
same road. A year ago they bscam
very much attached to esch other, but
daring ihesutpmer vacation they were
not mnch togeiher, and when school
opened again a few weeks r go, Melif sa
was a different (firl from wuatehe was
a few jBt-n hi before. She told him
that she was mt o'd enough to have a
lover. Her mother had told her so,
and she did not want h m to bother
her any more. From this moment
the boy 's whole character was changed.
He told pome of his comrades that h
was giirg to kill Melissa and Liaifelf,
but they on'y laughed at him and
no one thought he would attempt any
thing of the kind. In the aft.-rnoon
he stopped Meliuea. as she was walk
ing home from rchoil wiih several
other children, and stid: "Melissa,
you rem mbt-r what I "told you at
Maysville?" and without waiting for
an answer, be drew a plttol from a
pocket and fired at har. Twice be
Bred in quick eucwsion and the poor
girl dropoed d ad win two ballets io
her hed. Tbe ether children ran
away, screaming, and the maddened
lover knelt beside the corpse tf hie
sweetheart, kased her forehead an4
then pnt.iug the pistol to his own bead,
fired twice, aod fell by ber side in a
dying cond tion, both ba Is having en
tered his brain. He lingered five
hours before dying, but never recov
ered conecionsntsn. The funerals will
be held together todav.
Leuleot Judge Lynch.
Stiklivillb, Mo., October 1. Ever
since P. F. Wallace was brought here
under arrest for the murder of the Lo-
?;an family there have been tbrea's of
yncbing and rumors of plans on foot
for carrying thethreets iutoexecu'ion.
At 11 o'clock last night it seemed as if
Wallace's case would never come tie
fore a legal court end that lyceh law
would d spo-o of hie ease. At th
above hour aa org nized ' body of
maked men marched to the jil
where Wallace was cor fined and de
manded an entrance of the Sheriff.
The Sheriff refnai-d to admit theai and
appealed to tbera to cisers1) and let
the law take it 3 course in Wallace's
case. Hie appeals and threats, how
ever, amontted to naught with the
deteimined men, and with a ehont
they ruahid tt she jail gate, whirh
gave way under tbe strain. A guard
was placed at the entran", and a few
select men proceeded to Wallace's cell
and dragced him forth, when they
were met by cries fiomthe mob of
JHang him I" "Strttch him npl"
"Lynch him I"
More dead than alive Wallace was
led under a tiee in the courthouse
yard and a rope was Disced about his
neck. He was told ttiat be bad but a
few minutes to live and that if he
wanted to sav an; thing he bad better
harry np. Wallace taen made aetata
ment, stoutly protesting his innocence
andcla mingtha Sam.Yaughn.cslore,
to whom reference was made in thrss
dispatches yesterday, was the mur
derer of the Logan family, and had
given him (Wallace) $20 to keep the
secret. At tbia tbe mob booted and
yelled, and at the word the rope was
inronn over a limn and Wallace was
suspended in midair. He was held
ttiere a few minutes and then letdown
again, the mob still hoping that he
would confess. It jpas several min
utes before tbe half dead man could
regain st-engta enonga t- talk, but
when ho did his denial of the crime
and protestation of innocence was as
firmly made as before. The crowd
had by this time grea ly increased and
many ciiis t r mercy wers heard. CjI.
A. 3. Zijr, a man greatly respected in
the town, whs called upon to address
them. He responned and advised the
crowd to desist a d all -w the law to
take its course. The Hi riff and sev
eral others followed in tbe same vein.
The mob lost its vim end their pris
oner ws d.-liveied to the Sheriff, who
replaced l.im in his cell. The crowd
Tbe Shameful IT, a r Ua,
Alnm la hf-ap Baking-Powders.
Many food frauds, tuch ta chicory
coffee cr watered m lk, although they
are a swindle in a commercial ssns-,
are often toleretel t-e';anse they do
nit pa;ti(u!ary affect the htuKn of
the com-uiner; but when an er iu!e
like bakir g n mder.that tnU n lurgelv
into the Lod of every family, and is
re ied uon for tin healthful pre
para'ion of a'm at eveiy mev,
is so made as ti c rry h'ghly
1 jur ons, if not rankly poisonous, ela
nients in o tbe trauu to ha imminei t
danger 01 the entire community, it ii
the duty of the pr jts to cleacuLce the
practice in the most enipha'ic terms.
Amorg recent imprrtaiit difcaverua
bv the food analya s is that by Frof.
Mott the Uiiited Stut-iS govern merit
chtmist, of large am unt of lime and
alum in the cheap baking powders.
Tbtse are, one the most dai gojons, and
iw. .11 .1.- 1 . . '
mo uinur ine mosi useiees, a lultf rame
yet ouud in tbe low g ade, infericr
baking powdera. It a a s anhag fact
that of over 100 diff t ract brands of
baking powdera eo f r ena'vied. com-
prisirgall those told in this vxiniiy,
not one of them, with the single ex
cep ionof theKi yal Bakina; Fowdor.
was found f s from both lime aim
alum. The chief service of lime is to
add weight. It ia t ue that lime,
when subjected to heat, giv.s
off a certain amount of carbonic aiid
gas, but a quiuk lime is left a caus ic
eo powerful that it is used by tanners
to eat 1 he heir from bides of anioihl?,
and iu dicsectiog rooms to mora
quickly rot the desk from tbe bones of
dea l subjects. A smal quantity of
dry lime ucoo the tongue, or in tbe
eye, produces painful etfeuts; how
muuh more seiioos must these effects
be upon tue d.iicate membranes
of the stomach, intestues
ana mineys, m.re particularly
of infanta and children, and
especially when the lime is taken into
ttiesjstjm day after duy, and wiih
almost every meal. Thin ij said by
physicians to be one cf the chief
causes of indigestion, dyspepsia, and
those painful diseases of the kidneys
now no prevalent. Iaatancea of ths
most senous affections of tbe latter
orgnnsi from dr.nking lime waters
found in some saciioni f the West
are noted in every medical journal.
Adulteration with 1 mo is quite as
much to be drtadt d as with alum,
which has heretofore received tbe
moat emphatic condemnation from
every fool, analyst, phjsician and
chemist, for tbe reason that, while
alum is probably partially dissolved
and passed off in gas by the heat
of baking, it is impassible to de
stroy or change the nature of
th lime in any degree, sa that the
entire amount in the baking powder
passes, with all its injurious properties,
into tbe etomuh. When we stats
tbat the chemi.-ts have found 12 per
cent., or one-eghth of the entre
weight ol soma samples of baking
powder analysed, to be lime, the wick
eduess cf the adulteration will be
Fue baking powders are one of the
chief aids ts the Cook in preparing per-
I'Ct and wholesome food. While
those are to be obtained of well estab
lished reputation, like the Rival, of
whose purity there has never been
and cannot be a question, it ia proper
to avoid all o.hers.
AT A STATION ON TUB XORTII
I AVC D'Q SuBar-Coate
r I C. ' W Cathartte
By Which a Woman and CblM are
nstantl) Killed-D.uti active
If tbe Liver be
come torpid, if the
bowels aro-constipatcd, or If the tomacfe
lanau W .to its functions rowrlr.t
aver 1 ;ij , tucv are lnva
are I was a vl
Allntoww, Pa., Oc'ob r 1. A
fr ghtful eeddent occurred at B ngen
Station, on th Nuth Paiaaylvaiia
railroad, at noon yis:eidaj Several
hundred persons had a-sembled at
the ciepot for the pU'pose of taking a
train for this city. Among the part,
wara Mrs. Mary Wagner, wire of a
wealthy farmer, and hor 4 year old
daughter. While) waiting on the
pla fo.m the ct.ild wandered aay
rum no moiuer aua sot on the tratk.
A moment Utsr a special train cam
in eight, running ai a high ia e of
speed. Mis. Wagarr saw the train
coming, and g ancing toward the rail
road, uisc.ivired her litt'e daughter
in the middle of tho tra ks. T;iere
was no time to epare as every s cind
brought the teiriLle train nearer.
Tbe poor woman BhritkeJ t the
cbi d to get off tbe tracks, but finding
t; at it frfilsd to heed the warning,
she sprang in front of thn train, f-ho
sacceeiled ia reaching the child, but
ueioie sue couia get race to the plat
form the irun d shed hy and bo h
were instautly killed. The child was
thrown high iu the air and landed on
the foot brard, h r body being te r.
bly diifig;ird. Mrs. Wgner was
thrown under the wheels and mao
gled in a horrible manner.
Detractive Fire In a Hluoarl Tom
Hamilton, Mj., October 1. One of
the most ci-os.rons hres that ever vis
ited this city occurred ut 9:30 o'clock
yeserdny min ing, and in a very
ehort time $30,000 worth of property
wa in aihes. Th fir.s originated in
L. L. Grigsby's hardware et ire, a rame
structure occupying the central 001
tioarfa block a id fronting on Main
attest. In a ve y I t moments the
roof was a solid mess of flame?, which
were rapidly conveyed to tbe adj in
ing buildings, which were f.ame Bt nij
tuies. The wind was blowing a per
fect gla from the north, and portions
of burning thingles were carred sev
eral blocks away. The Ham . ltm fire
ucmpany ana nt o& arjd ladder com
pany were on hand prompt y, bur a'l
th?ir efforts to save the burning build
ing proved futile The Cameron fire
company were telegraphed fcr, bit ar
rived too late t help cave tbe build
ings. Ten bu lding, mos ly frame,
were destroyed. The total loss
a-nonnt to $50,000; iusuranc, $20,000.
i General IH b
fa to Liver
T Which I
t d Indl
. iew boxes of
to nerfect Ik
Briglumy, neudomon, W. Va.
ror venrs 1 nave reiieu more UDOn
j-. a 1110 inuu uitj UMU, 1 151, LU
my bowels. These Pllla arc mild action,
and do their work thorouKhlv. I Lave used
them with prxHl effect, ill cases 0f Klieu.
niiilisni, Kidney Trouble, and IviepUu
Avers rills cured mo of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for years. 1 conxider them the bent pllla
made, unti would not be without theni
Morris ualcs, J)ownsvlllc,.N. y.
1 was attacked with llilloua Fever
which was followed by Jaundice, and wa
10 uimserousiy in in at my friend de
spa red of my recovery. I commenced
taking Aycr'a rllU, and noon regained my
customary strength and vigor. John fl
l'attison, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last aprliig I iuffered greatly from
uuuuiesuiiiu iiuuior on inv stue. In splta)
of every effort to cure this eruption, it In
ci-cweu mini 1110 nesn urciune cntlrclr
T.m' t1 " troubled, at the same tlmo.
With Iudlgcition, and distrnslug palna In
By the advice of a friend I Iw-cnn i i
Aycr'a Pills. Iu a uliort time'
aores on niv bodv coiiiiihii,, ,1 i,..'..n
and, In less ilian ono month, I was cureil
c.i. ...... 1 n 1r1.11. . i vv.
aiiiuvi a. ii line, a;juiuh, cja,
i nave long used Aver's Pills, n mv
family, and believe them to be the best
i"'" lunuoi-o. v. isurueii, uardc'ii, ilisg.
My wlfo and little girl were taken wiih
"i1""1! ":v mrn. aim 1 at ouca
pejwn giving tbcm small dote of Aver'f
Pllla. thinking I would call a dwtor if the
uioraiKi ucciiiiiB anv worse, in a short
time the bloody dfachargca stopped all
pain went awtiy, and heiiKh wus restored.
a ncuuuin x.ftiiug, jticuinoiHi, a.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Uw,
Bold by all Dealer In Medicine.
W. N. HALDZMAN,
Preiident of tha Great tOTJISVlLLR C0U-K1KH-J0URNAL
CO., tells wut
he knowl of
Wintersmith's Chill Curo.
D. 8. J0H3i SOS'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Froat.) KEMPFIS.
IBsUblished la 1860.1
DR.JOHNHON lsanknnw(e1,7et by all
ties interested sui by tar Uio moat sae
eeastul physioinn in the treat men tot arivaie
or secret diseases. Quick, iwrmaneat earea
suitranieea in every ease, male er fen ale.
I Heornt caes of Uoniirrhe and Syphilis
1 AUr.il In . f m . . 1. . V . ..
cured lit 11 f w days without rhe use of uier-
ciurjr, cnaniio or aiet.r bindrance trosa
bumness. Secondary Syrbilis, tbelastves)
tme eradicated witln-ittLe use of mercury.
InTolunmry loss of semen stoied Id short a
time, teuflerers frrnn impotency er loss of
sexual p.wers restor e te free vior la a few
weeks. Victims of self -s.buse and excessive
yenery, suflerini from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical sad mental nower, speedily
and permanently cured. Tsrt'cular atUn
lion paid to the llireaaes nf 'o..i. .nJ
01. res suarantted. Pi'es and old sores cured
imnut tbe life or caustioor the knife. All
insultatons striotly enrfidential. Medi
na, sent by eaptest to all narts of tha
iitiml I if p InQiiranpo fir B
kaallV IIIUUI UIIUV J U t "Viorkincmen enred at. half the usual
I.--.. . iroin a o e'nek a.m. te
0 clock p.m. D. 8. JOHNSON. M.D.
" " sthW M WW ssaa AAsaartl
KICIIAltl) A. M'CUBDV, Proaldent.
The largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.
0FEICE-T0. 2 COTTON EXCIUKGE
JOTIN F. WILKEfiSOX. Azent.
LIYERWORE muWDHY AND MACHINE COIHPAaY.
from pan,, my food diKes.cd pn.pcriy. . hi tvUMUBI & MACHINE DEPT, KJOto 174 Adams Memnhff
817 and 811
N. Second St
StA. 1 ST lurs.:
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Haw-Mil la, Jf7
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IRON RAILWAY SUPPLY DKPT, 220 and 2'.'8 Second St
. ,. (Successors In this leptrtmentto JOHN MANOQUK.)
"J-Wrtte us for infnrinntlnn on ANY TMINrt In either line.
Tbree Boya Drowned.
Lynn, Mass., October 1. This noon
five boys were oat in tbe harbor in a
avail boat when the wind capsized the
brat and tbree of them, lienry 8a 8,
Michael O'Neil aud Darby Green,
A ratal Fall.
LotJieviiLa, Ky., October 1. 8. S.
Hamilton, a pri mine nt citizen and
Sork packer, fell down the stairwcy of
is M:in g reet oflioe thin afternoon
and broke hia neck. He died almost
Hanired far I he Harder f III H ia-
New Obliass, La., October 1
Charles Ed wards, coined, alias Charles
Oorbam, wto killed h s miatmaj, Het
tie Befune, in A'giers, June 20th. was
execatd t day in the grounds cf the
paribh prieon ia the p.e-nce of tbe
fifteen witneB s allowed by law. The
drop tell at l':55 o'clock p.m. Jesl
oney ensed tbe trouole between E J
wardg sad his paramour. He ac
knowledged the killing from the time
of h!Briea and said he was willing
to hang for it. 1 h particulars of tbe
mnrder show tbat Edwards remained
qaict until tbe woman was alep,
when he arose from tbe bed, aeenred
his raaor aud mtnrnnd. Ha raisnd
the mosqaitoba', suddenly plaesd hig I gint its membera in
left hand far the woman a month to
prevent any outcry and with tbe
other drew Ihe rir across her throat,
inflicting a horrible wound extending
almcst froni ear to ear and severing
the wind pipe, external and internal
jugular veira and carotid ar eiree.
The blade of the rsair cat through to
ithe spinal co'ntnn and death was al
Juda-e Marfaa Hpmka (o the People
Vpom the Qnestleaa or the Day.
, looaaisreNoiNca or tai affial.)
Olivi Bbancb, Mite., September 28.
According to previous arrangemema
of the Congreesioral Executive Com
mittee, Judge J. B. Morgan delivared
t.dy to a crowded hous.i of lad es
and gentlemen one of the most power
ful speeches of. his canvats, dealing
heavy blows on Gen. Chalmers and
show'ng what mBgnitndinons frauds
the Republican paitv is BUiltvof. Ha
also gave an excellent rendeting cf
ha awwardshio in the Forty-ninth
Cucgrei s, which shows him to be cot
only a live man bub the r ght man in
tbe right place. He df fined his posi
tion on the tariff, aliver and mini
other questions of great importance,
showing tha. he had given not en'y
one, but all the above qucs'.tocs dili
Rent study and is looking w. ll to the
int-reet of hia cons'itsents. The
Judge was cheered fiequettly during
his sppaning, and after the clore cf a
thre bourn' rpecu three chenrs went
up 1 r Judga MorgaD, oar ntx; Con
THE BOARD OF TRillE
At fleafo Hoilon for an Injaae
liou Aa-alot It Dlsmivand.
Chicago., III., October Jadre
Bvgey this moir.irg dismifssd the
motion for an ir.j inction preferred by
the New Yoik and Chicago Gra;n and
Stick Exchange against the Board of
Trade and the Western Union Tele
graph Company to restrain them fr,m
withholding telegraph reports of thn
market qnotations. The Court be d
that the B iard of Trade has certain
powers grauterj it, among wbicu ere
tbe rigU to control and govern their
members in their use of tue privileges
which th'y en joy a such. It also hwi
the right to use diecretion ia con
trolling the manner in which the
quotations on its floor are distributed
to the puhlic, and the ruling price on
the board .cannot be demanded by
Tne Court went on to say that from
his understanding of the case, the
luuipiiuiiauia were aaaing theBmrd
cf Trade be compelled to discriminate
la the Dear Old Days. .
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit an tue same on tbe de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
you mourn tbe loes of this blessing
and ornament, bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
iook aa you aid in the dear old days.
It ia worth trying.' The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
Tbe Heslaaa Revolution Ended.
Labbdo, Mix., Ontober 1. Parties
wbo have vUitd El Onvot.'n w.
bittle field in Mtxico r poit finding
rnverai uociies 01 IIJiel Whiles. COH-
flrmiBgall othpr reports in regard to
the killing of El Cojotee and hia men.
8, nee that trouble there have been no
indications of revolutionary move
menta in Mexico.
Of pnre Cod Liver Oil. with F-Pne.
phoepbi;eg, is a most valuable rtmady
ior cuuBumjH on, ecrotuia, wa?tiiie dis-
eaies of ct.ildien, colds a'id chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
tncre le a less of hep.b, a luck of nerve
power and a geneial debility of the
ind All I chlipg and Scaly Skin aud
Scalp Diseases Cared by
Owe or TBI Coraiaa-JmiRifAL,
. . . fcOOIHTlLLI
nr. ntnttnmutiStr : J waive a 1
observed for many rears, the val
remear pro upline me to sav, In renlv
your request, what I know of jour Chill
vure. iue private assufanoes nt it efflraor
I had, aud the (rood restlts of it effeet 1
had observed on Mr. K. .W. Merelith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had teen tore
man of my offloe, inHur! me to Ust tt in
my family. Th. result) have bren entirely
satisUetory. Tho flr-t ease was of two
rears standinr, in which I believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary reliet the chills returning periodically
-uw .iiu aaouuiiiriv luoreateu seventy.
Your oure broke them at tnoe, aud there has
been no reenrrenoe of them fur nioro than
six months. The other rase was ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies: but the chills would return at in
tervals until your medioine was used, since
which time, now several months, they have
ii!iireiy uisappaarea. rrora tne opportu
nity I have had to I ud ire, I do nut hesitate to
express my belief that you' Chill Cure is a
Ttiuaois speoino, and ririormi all you
ptuuiiee :wr iv. ivesiieciiuiiy
W. N. IIALPEMAN
A Bill UK rKTKR, A CO., Atvats, Louis
The Planters Tiro and Marino Insurance' Co.
er n em r in.
fflre In Companj'a Ilnlldlnar, No. 41 Madlaon Utreel, tinspbla, Tenn.
D. T. POKTEB, Pre. I JR. IIVERKI. Jr.. VIim.Pm. II u bkito
SAW AND PLANIIUQ MILL SUPPLIES
WIIITK FO CATALOGUK. ta
Ornoa Hmrnra 0a twvt Conrsxr, f
B iMswpiiiB, Tsnh. j
Y order nf the Board ol Directors of tho
Menu, hia I4,. l.il., r......
July 8, lSKn, ameetinii 01 the Hoc-holders t '
said company was called to he held on Mo a.
daj.Uotubert, land, at tha oflloeoftbe com
pany, in Memphis, ut 12 m , tneonsidnr ad
aes upon a ooniraer sane hy the Hoard ot
Directors with Tai .. District ol rShelhf
county, a copy ot which contract ha beet
sent by mail to each stockholder In turthet
pursuinoe of said order of the Boatd, not!,
ot said meeting is hereby given to the atvek
bolders ol said eomt.anv. and thv .r.
estly rsquested to be present, or srnd prrxia
wiiu Mioir instructions
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".TmmllC th.ir.tock upon th,. proportion to
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ol rum Unnsaerd S..I.... I. i.ir Uril UAR."Jlii t8- . . Secretary of M,mhl. Ust Llaht Co. 1
to I r. .. .bhii, eptember I,
aho lt.pr.senu the HeamoriiLn J?ik, of rjpringflHd, Has, i Giokou Boai iNsuaiitr.
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J. T. FARGASON & CO.
Book of all Diseases,
Cloth & Cold Bindin?
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Ail.rir r kf.h.
LIST OT niNCIPAL HOB. OrRES
IFrvrr., Congestion, Inllstnmstinns.
IflOrillS. Worm f avnr Wnrml'.nin
ll rv III C olic, or TuaUtlnii ot Inlsnta.
Iiiiarrliea. ol Clrildreo or Adu ta
IDysenlery, (Jripin. Bilious Colio
t holera Morbtia, Vomiuug
v.ougna, uoin, nnincniua
Neuralgia, Tooth ache. Kaoesclie
Headaches, Hick Heanarlie. Vertiiro.
IIVNiicimla. Itilioua hioniscli 25
Kiiiijirosrd or I'nlnriil IVriods 21
Illlea. too 1'rofiiNe 1'trinclH 25
t'roiin. CoiirIi, Ilitllcult Ureal Ming 25
Nalt llheiiin. Kryftipolaa, ti,hoiiH., ,25
Itlicuiiinllain, Uueumitic Phiiin...... .25
I'Vvrr and Ague. C'hilla, Malaria All
I'tlra, Blinrl or llleedinir AO
I'alarrh, Itillnenza, IWil In the Head .AO
liooplng t'oiittll. Violi'iil l'oiii:li.. ,5
;rncral llclilllty.rhjMail W.akuaaa .50
ninilPV lilaraac nil
Xcrvoil. Ili'liillly l.Olt
I rlniiry i nkiiraa. Welling- lied. .. .AO
IMacnHC of III' llcnrl. I'nli.itNtmn.. 1 .OO
hold bv ilniuuiHM. or iHiit. i,.,tiHnl on leeeipt of
prlc utai'liusia'suuiuNkto. iouiiobu ..
Tnis BKLT or Kt
lienor' tor is made ex..
Cttllcnre. CliEEVt 3 d.i.r.,Ka"S
PSORIASI?, Ki-t-ma, Tetter, Ringworm, vV- 1 RIP Y 1th eooerative or-
Lichen. Pruritna. 8eaId UeadM.lk V-,l v v W",a-, Thcret.no
Crust, Umlru(f, Birber', Bakers', Grocers' x?i'-- c!lLl-'''y niistnkoaboti thisin-
and Wa-herwomen's Jtob, and every specie k Ji " 'K v" .I'trumcnt the oon-
nf Itching, Burning, ti aly, Pimply Humors H fll r--'AJ. .41 "nanus stream ol
of the Skin and ,-olo. witn In.. ...,.;. -If lJl3s.V ...rfV J .( ILk, TRICITY nor.
ITMcsjiIe Grocers & CofSon Factcn?Y
Mww ront street, Mempnli. Ten a.
OetUa MBtlf n4 te u will have ear areful atUnlioa. We aarrr at all nasi a mil.
elected stosk ai
8Uple& Fancy Groceries, Wines, LlqserslTobesit&C.8xr.
will t sv turn I am
tw i.. !l.-r
i h, -. ., ,.-. . ai it
1 ,. n. . ..-frrrf a,
1KATT IN CO.
Manulaoturer'i 'Agents for
Dttiilfl I'ratt Cotton iJInn,
FKUDER8 ANP CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH A COM
Pratt Esillpm llail.r filna, Feed
era and Win Kepalrvra,
08 to 104 l'oplur St., Memphl
"Pratt B.volvlng-Ilead Oins one
qualed. Btnok now complete. Prloes
reduced. Correspondena ana oroeri
.olid ted. Old Oins Repaired In First-
la Urd . All work guaranteed.
811 MUFF'S iSALl?.
PURSUANT to an exeeutlon Issued Au
gust 6, 1MH6, fiom the riui.ra i,n Court el
Trnnnssee, on judgment rendered ty raid
Comt, June 1, lHHil, in fnvornf J 1.. Kpoer
son against W. B Galbr ath end J. M.
Fowlkos, comprising the firm of YY. B. Ual
"ireath A Co., lor one thuusnnd and fishiy
nine dnlUia and tighty-fiv ent (lusv SO)..
I will on
Mainrttaw, October , lama.
In front of the Courthouse do r, in tihelb
eountv, 1 en n.. sell to the bigho't blddsr "r
eah the following oe-orlbed traet of l.ed ia
ine isiing niMrmt oi frh Iby ocanty, la
bh.lby eounty, Tenn., to-witi ''emnniag at
anoint on the south line ot Union street,
34S tret east of a four fsi loot alley i thenoa
east on and with "uth line of I'alon street
.H'.feet toa''ak. thence senthwwdly, at
tiLUt auslvs with Union street, It (.ot to aa
alien thence wiih auld all ..i...l.
MS. feet to a stakei thence oe alinar-
nendloul.r to Union street northwardly IN
leet to th point of beginning, being saasa
lot oonvavad liv W. II. (Inlhrealh to A. Vaa.
raro by deed registered n Stslkj oonnty,
Tenn., In honk 160, page 1H7, ana amebei&f
tneeait nan or lot eonvevea by v. l.an 'e
M. L Meachum and W. B. flallir.atb, y
deed In book M, page 1M. of the Register
(inio.oi sid onuniy. Levied on es me prop
erty of YY. B. Ualhreath to satisiy said .1
eoulion. W. U. CANNON, r-herif.
Jty John J. Msaug, Deputy bheriff.
I'nston x foston, attorneys.
H EaUltDAHTCBa FOR
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofings
COTTON PAOTORSa " UlilT!
Hi and itfl yfadlwon Ht., t fffewmlilwa Tp -w,
A. VACOAHO & Co
rositive v cured hv CirTirnA. th. -.n .
Cure, and CiiricuaA roai-. an exquisite Sain
Beautifier, externlly, and Corioua Rg
aoLvaT, the new Blood Purifier, internally,
when physioian and ail other lemedie tail.
uieat:n through th
loom vo ueanny aotion. no ust confound
" lth Klectrlo Beler advertised to ours
an hi irom nead to toe. It ! for the ONI
apeoiae purpose. For olrou'ars giving full
nlorroatiion. address Cheever KleotrioBell
" i'" "aamnrtnn rt. rhica . lit
PSOHIASIII, OK OGALT SKIBf.
. I, John J. Case. D.D.S . havine nraniinel
dentistry In thl county for thirty-five year sin RdflX ARPNTC WANTrii
and being we'l known to thousand here- III MlJCWIO
about,, with a view to help any who are if U On Monthly
meted as 1 have been for the past twelve
year, testify that the CuTicua Rtuguia
cured me of Psoriasis, or Hosly 6kin, in
euht days, a tor the doctor with whom I had
oonsulted gave me no help or encouragement.
NawTOK.il. J. JNO;j.CAS.C.l).B.
UUAMAKTEEO NALART I
-Seriously Wonndeel by Bnrajlar,
Akbon, O., October 1. Bradford W.
Skinner, a wealthy farmer of Tall
madge township, bad an encounter
with a bnrlar in hie dining room tbia
morning. Tbe burglar eacapjd aftpr
intlictiDg a smans wound on Mr.
Enroale Aaaln Bra piled,
WAeauiaToit, Oc'ober 1. The See
retary tf State i. offiiiallv informed
that the Canadian authorities, having
learned that fuither representations
in behalf oi 8i ron'e. the American
convicted of murder In British Oolnm-
uia, were on their way from the De
partment of grate to London, have
airain rennited him nntil n,.tn har 90l h
He was to have beea executed today.
Albant, N. Y., October 1. David
M. Chadwick, aged 65 yens, waa
caugnt Dy fecrtt tervice officers and
lecal detertivt-B today manufacturing
counteif-it coin, lrg guantiii.s of
whinh have b"ert Bhipped ti New York
auu umer cu e?,
quotations on tbe outte da eimnl.
taueously with their adoption on the
a ior, and thua deprive tbe members
of the board of tha privileges they
possess over outsiders in becoming
members of Ihe board andconir.bat
ing to its support. This ia the lale.it
development cf the tirornviinow tntti.
tuted when the bsa'd ordered the re
moval a year or mora ago of the
"tickere" from the bucket shops,
Hat Fever ia a type of catarrh hav
irjg peculiar symptoms. It is attended
by an icflanud condition of the linins
membrane of the nostrils, tear-duc's
ana tnrcat, anectmir the lung.. An
aerid mucus is srereted, the discharge
is accompanied with a burning sensa
tion. There aresevere spaaons of
snecz'ng, frequent attacks of head
ache, watery and infhmed syes. Ely's
y i Bam xaim is a remeay tbat can be
depended upon. 50 ct. at drngaists;
by mail, roisterer, 60 c's. Ely Bros,
Drnggisls, Ojwego, N. Y.
Wamta tke llnly KsUaed.
Ottawa. Ont. Octohar 1 nnroa
u ruanj, oi woaaerDam &. Wort",
di t Hers of Toroafo, is bera to atk the
Government to increase the duty on
"Oar Baby Flint Tear."
by Marion Harland, wiih other valoa
hie information j forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt nf 2 cent stamp,
Addrsi R-ed A Carnrick, Mfrrantile
ftitnaugo uuuaing, Kew xork City.
Tour CcTiann Rsmoies performed a'
wonderful eure Isst summer on one ot our
customers, an old g-ntleinan of 70 year of
woo sanerei witn a lear'uuy dlslre sing
eruption on his head and lace, and who had
mn r.iuvui.i son uoctors in no rur-S-
, , J. F. SMITH A CO.
HOKE WOSDEBrCL TET.
H. E Carpenter, Denderaon, N. Y., cured
of Psoriasis, or Leprosy, of twenty years
standing, by Conch a. RgiigDigg. The most
wonderlul oure on record. A dastpanful of
"" ion irom nim uauy. l-nysician and
S ,j lui'unui Qemuaiuio.
Bold by all druggists. Price, nmim., a
SSf K.jBa.wi-r. Jl.COs Sosp, 25 cents
rOTTga llgno AND CHXUIOSI. On .
Maes. Send for "llow to Cure Skin Disease."
BEAUT1?1 the Complexion and Skin by
uBini lupynuum eilAP.
With Practical, Successful Kmerfenee To
Travel, hinplov and Instruct Canvassing
ngenis lur rictoriai, Biarda-d, ew, kala-
dio doois. Aaaress, stating salary eipected
wi u vaiiorieuce, puoii can VSiSra, flflires Ol
success, etc., Uaarntittw Hublleliiow
m.ss , alien i mp en , ft s. gnla, S1Q
Aeblnsr esets.WMk n..k.
Pain. Weakness and Inflammation
of the Kidney, Shooting Pain
through the Loins. II in .nJ ui.
Pain. Lack of S'rength and Activ
ity rellevd In ua mlnnr.
uu speeany eurea oy tne innrnrs Anil-
j ,Mzmm"i a ew, original, elevant
.iBiainnie antianieto iiain and infl.m
iu.hud. Aiarusgisis, me: nve ror Jl.ljo or
poatage free of Po l'r Itrnti and Chesnl-
" .... D.mn., si e .
Give Re'ief at
one and Cure
COLD In IIEAI
or Pewder. Preil
from I a J u r I o n i
irug a&ui vnen-gj r- . ' -
siv odon. ni -rju Va-K
A particle U applied Into each noetrll and
is agreeable. Price AO cents at Druggists
B' m1;,Or?Ki"Aored,'160oo.n,- Circulars free.
KLY DU08.,aruggiin, 0wego.it. r.
FEVER S A
IP ".Villlf:. ia
Wliiftr' :l- J B
aa . . a "J. iS r S
X 1 O)
" M IB
fcijf 7? --Sof
RANULE & CO., AeenU
BKOOKLYN, W. T.-Dosrd on th 1J 111,
Mr. H. C. Howard, 'M Warhinirton
Park. Roiiuis laraei lncikfion daliuhlfui.
Convenient to ear to Manhattan lieach.
Coney island. L"Og Beach and Central Park!
also to Jort places of aaiuaemcn:.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. T. LsPRAUK,
Late J. T. LePrade A Co.
LaU with J. X. LaPrade It Co
tire, Wind, Water and ilahtnlna;
prtior. Suitulile for all kinds f building.
For prices and ealimato at faetory rate
call on or addrosa
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'U CO.,
438 A UO Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
lleadauiirtnre lor Iron Penc s and ITra.tlna.
(ialvimired Iron rornice.Tin Hroln AMoo.
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The exeellen
of the ouUine, and airoinmndiitions char
aitorintlo of this hotel during Ihe past threw
year., shall he fully maintained this aenson.
Kacursiun ticket to the Springs by the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proeecd on tiisl train
succeeding arrival in Loaisville.
W T. (IRA NT, Pren't. J. 0. KTNU.Snp't.
AND COMBXISBIOtf MKKCIIANT,
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
axrriavlng retired fr.m the Saddlery and liarasit bnstnest and opened aa offloe g sbove. I
we are pleased to annoanc to our friends and the public generally that we are now prepared
to serve uem la ear new eapaeity, Uetarnlng than as far tne very noerai patron ag. ex
tended a In th aid line, w traet to merit and receive a share your favors In the new.
ly perVeot auristltutn fur Mother!
Invaluable in cholera Inrantum
lining. A pre.Olgeated rood Air Dva
LaPKADM, MnUHATII A CO.
wrmos nntrlant In all Wnstlns Dlaen
SMqatrew no cooking. Our llook, Tha Cam
or inrnnta, maiieo n-uo.
CO.. Ho. ton. Waaa.
fn- - inauvoitl
..i it oonuii
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
IT. 11 TFrIoh Htrtieit. : x JRIemphla, Tenn
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
i elu:. t
AVERI GIN CO.
W. A. Ninltli,s I'at. Neparalor.
Eagle Eclipse Holler lnn,
I'lain 10-Inch Gin, and
if ntjla 11 Kasif araanaaa s-kksw.
Prlc at Factory, 100 aad
,5 ALLIMOM hEtD COTTON CLEANERS.
v aar All kind of Oin Repaired. Special
Iiiscoaot to the Trade. -
1 and aaa rront t., Mrnssthla, Tens
At. J. ClsV k.
At nlaTlai. 'ana . MnlllTan.
TThoIexIe CJroccr, Cotton Faotora
And Commission F.?srchants,
232 and 234 Front S!., lemphis, Tenn
anWKM ADAH ASO JErrBKNOlf.
io ear ebarg. jOottea War.hjuis.
Kr. I. KADflT d.votes hit wln.le tin to th weighing and sale of rr Oottea aatraftad
i A book ol 10U pace.
ma oest Doon lor
in auvoi user tooon-
Aina liata nt
newspaier and estimittes o the cost ol ad
vertising. Thea'ivertl'.erriionami' tosrand
one dollar, fln ls In It the intorrr'stioo r. re
quires, while lor him who will invent ona
hundred thousand dolii's In advertising, a
scheii.e is Indicated which will mutt tl.
evory roq jirunent, or can be mde to do so
by slight ch.in." eonilv ar: ived nt bv corre
spondence. One hnr dnd and Cdr-lhree
editions have been ieinml, IHoiil, postpnul,
to any addruMlor Ion cenis A pply to UKO.
P. KOWKI.L A OI.I., NIJWSPAPUl AU-
VKJlTIHi UUllKAI',1'1 Spraeaat. tPriat
n. tlon"e Sunnre . s?w Ynvlr
Electric Belt free
TO Introduce It nd obtain .(rents wtwll
for th neat sixty dnys give away, frea
of charge, la each county in the U. 0. a Ilea
Ited numb.ro! our Wrrman a.lelr alsU
wanlo MaapenaHsry Helta. Price ":
Eositive and unfailing enre for Nervous Da
ility, Varlcccela, JKrnission, lanpoU.oy.
etc. irVXl.Utl Kawar.1 raid If .very Bait wo
maaniaotire does act srtcerata a gsnuiaa
alectrla current. AtHrn.s at cats KLKC
IKIJ Kilt A6AKCY, P. 0. Boa m,
Brrolln. N. T.
" 4'H It'll KNTKlfN KXVIAHU "
The SlrlKlail and Only Cnnnlnet,
Hale nd alwnrs Helinhle. liewureoi tinrlo.
Ii lrultotioas. Indiriienrahlc to !- is!'".
your Isenaatx lor " Jrtrt!fitor"o
I iikIi "and take no other, or inoloee ta
(stamps) to us fur particulars Ii Isnn b
rrluru iiihiI, nt . I'tfLsl, a nt.
rhsHsiers hi-mlrAl '.,
lnllan anr, Phllmla,, -.
a l HAUliiuiipUad by tL0. C. U001WlSf
Wholesale) an, Itoatoa, Hawa