THE BliSCOfTE DISASTER.
BETWEEN 1IURTY AND FORTY
TLRSONS KILLED BY THE
Explosion of the Steam r Many vTill
Die From Their Terrible
St. Louis, Ho., October 6 No cause
can be assigned cb yM for the explosion
last ever.it g cf the boiler of the rtvtr
steamer la Maacotte, which caused
euch prett less of life. The bjat ia
eaid to have been steaming alone; un
der ICO ponnda of ateam, her us ml
amount t corry, when in explosion
suddenly occurred, blowing the fire in
every directitn. The utmost confusion
prevailed. The pilot, taking advantage
of her heailiap, turned her toward the
shore, bat ti e flames ciuaed him to
abandon hit poai befjre the st-ge
plank could be .owered. Altar having
his post the current turned the boat's
bow int.3 the river aguin and ber stern
swung close to the bank, which af
forded a means of escape for several
who were at that end of the beat, the
pilot and one cabin b -y getting ashore
without any injury or even a wet foot.
The stage plunk wrb lowered and
many were placed upon it, meetly
women and children, who would have
been caved had cot the smoke stack
fallen tquare!y across it, and ell who
were noc killed by it were drowned.
Cpt. Thcmpson, after doing all in
his power to save the pas3engers and
crew, jumped overboard and swan
ashore, the boat 1 avirg by this lime
drifted 200 yards out mo the river.
Tee La Ma'cotte driftfd over to the
Illinois shore, opposite Willard's Land
ing, and sank, tue only thing Y.Bible
at present being her wheel.
Lew Brahan, the second clerk, tells
the following ftnry of the dist9r:
"We had landed at Neeli y'a and were
pulling oot, and I walked up stairs
and into my room, when I heard a
email explosion, like a skyrocket, and
opened the door to the cabin and saw
the steam comiig into it from the
barb:rjhop. I sw the ladies in their
cabin and called to them to come for
ward. I saw fire coming fi.m under
the boiler deck and I took the ladies
forward to the boiler deck and started
down stairB where Pilot Geaveau
gave life preservers to them,
telling them alt to put them on
immediately,I ordered toe siaga plank
thrown overboard, which was promptly
done, and we put all the ladies on the
plank. The rigging broke and the
plank swueg tut. Mrs. L. Seimers
jumped into my arms and I landed
her on the stage, while I was thrown
into the river myself. I swam along
side c the stage and made the men
fet off ao it would bear up the ladies,
then swam to a ledge of rocks and
crawled ashore. A man fiom Illinois,
with a skiff, took the people off of the
stage, and alao saved a number that
were swimming. I do not recollect
the skiff man's name, but he did come
J. J. Hanlon, the second pilot, says:
"The Eagle was near us when thedis
sster occurred, and could easily have
pushed us eshore wi'hout much trou
ble or danger, but I understand the
contain did nut care to render any as-
Bis'ance. Adolphus Evelyn, pilot cf
the Eaele, told me that Ihe captain or
dered him not to go near tne Maaco ie
as be did not wish to endanger his
boar. If he would only have pushed
us aahore not a single peraon would
have been injured, except from scalds
A eprcial from Cape Girardeau to
the Pott Ditpalch states tb.it the wreck
cf the L Mascotte lesulted from the
collapse of one of the boiler flues.
The explo-ion spent its force directly
backward into tie engine room, and
only the crew and roustabouts suffered
from being scalded by the escaping
Htpum. Eleven of the latter were si
terrib y burned that huge scales of
flesh peeled fiooa their bodies. Six of
them have died; ineir names are:
George Key woo 1 of "aehville, Tenn. j
Jack Finntfll of Sr. Lonis, Thomas
Lqcev of Hf. Louis. William Jones of
St. Louis, J. Henry Gordon of Eane-
The following deckhands wero so
severely bu;ned that their lives are de
spaired of: William Davis, of Mid
way, Kv. ; Albert Kice, of Cane Girar-
deau; Lvi Chatham, cf Padutah,
Ky. ; William S. Paitsell, of Evane
viiie, lad. ; Dallas Webster, of Evans
Tho otbera who ara known to have
been drowned are the following:
Mrs. William Wheeling and her two
young danghterp, of Cape Girardeau;
Judge William Hogar, of Cape Girar
deau; a young man name nrknown;
M sa Amelia Jvrugfr, of Cape Girar
deau; J. Roy PesKir.s, of Evacsville,
Ind , first cleric of L Mascotte; Miss
Julia Eobisch, of Cape Girardeiu;
head engineer of the La Vfascotte, Mac
Bnearer, deckhand; two chamber
maids, Lew D. Adams, ascend ma e;
. lady and two children, Bupposad to
be Mrs. Barnes end her daughters, of
Puxico, Mo. D. S. Davidson is bo
badly burned around the faca and
throat that he will probably die.
After the bodies of the killed and
Injured had been brought ashore they
were placed on the steamer Ejgle,
which brought them to this ciiy,
where local and vibiting physicians
are now caring for them.
The reg'ster cf passengera was lost
with the La Mascotte, and it is thought
that some were drowned or killed
whose bodies hare not been recoT
ered. Bcott'a Emolsloa.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
phosphites, is a most valuable remedy
lor consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
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coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of flesh, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility of the
French Canadian .raving Ihe Unit
Ottawa, Ost .October 6. The MinU
ttrial Journal here announces tbat the
Dominion Government's efforts to in
duce French Camdians to re'ura from
the United States to Canada is meet
ing with great success. Special agents
employed by the government are op
erating in the New England States,
urging French Canadians to go to
Hay Fever Hnfferers.
The number of people annually af
flicted with this mo t annoying mala
dy neems to be greatly on the increase.
The editor of this journal is
an annual victim, and with a view to
discover a specific has tried numerous
remedies. Of these "Ely's Cream
Balm" is bv all odds the quickest and
most satisfactory, two applications
greatly allaying the unal symptoms in
the nose and eyes. We would recom
mend its use by all Bub'ect to hay
fever, and we airily bear unsolicited
testimony to its efficiency in our own
case. Media (I'a.) Record.
An Old lowly In London, Ont , Be
, aiord lo Health by frarer.
London, Ont., October 6. The sen
sation of the city is the repotted faith
cure of Mrs. McKenzie, a we 1 known
res'dert. Ths lady had for u ro
sidetab.H tima been confined to le"
b-?d wth a milady Renprally c n
si lesed incurable. Kecsct'y she was
visited by the Revs. Biown and Pcr.er,
ho engaged with ber in prayer and
devotiora! exercise?, and in answer to
their praynra, the woman was perfect
ly rest ed to heel ih and enab'ed to
leive hrr bed the next day, and is
now complttely cured. Tee fact of
the cur having taken place, is
vouched for by the Re". Brovn and
Pjrter, and also by V. He.-.th, sfce
tary of tha Young Men's Christian
THE UTAH "COMMISSION.
fcl.HHAKY OF 1IIKIK ASKCAE.BE.
POUT TO THE
Seerelarr or Ilia Interior The Di
franehlReiiivnt Ltw Hncreaa
Washington, Oc'ober 6 The Utah
Commission, ry its chairmaD, A. B.
Carleton, has filed with tha Secretary
of the Ioteri-ir its annual reoort, of
which the following is a synopsis:
During the yenr the law regarding the
disfranchisement of polygamists and
those living in un'awful cohabita ioa
has been fully and successfully en
forced. All such person?, with very
few if any exceptions, have been ex
cluded from vo ing and to ding office.
A large numbtr buve been fised ai.d
impri-joued in the penitentiary for po
lygamy or unlawful cohabitation,
chieli 7 for the lutter offense. It is re
ported and be ieved by many non
reuident Mormons tbat during the year
a large number r-f polynus mar
riages have taki n ulace in the t mples
cf Lipan C.ty and St. George. We
nave not the mans of verifying such
reports, yet we hive no doubt thai a
considerable number of suih marriages
have been celebrated with the
knowledge, apurubation and act
ive co operation of leading mea
of the Mormon Church. Whether
upon the whole polygamous ma riages
are on the decrei si in Utab, is a mat
ter on which different opinions are
expressed, but undoubtedly maay
have been restiaiucd by the fear of
disfranchisement and the peniten
tiary, and we think it ia safe to say
tbat in the more enl ghtened poitiors
of the territory, p.b, for example, Salt
Lake City and its vicinity, very f w
polygamous mairiages have occ.irrcd
within the last year.
Referring to the joint resnlut'on now
pending in both houses of Congress,
proposing an amendment totheCm
Btitutiou of the United States prohib
iting and punishing polygamy in all
the Statis and Tenitories, extending
the judicial powerof the Federal Gov
ernment to the prosecution of such
offense, the report says: "While e
ate of theoniuiou that this should net
supercede other measures, we are s;t
iBfid that it would be an etlhient lac
tor in effecting tbe desired result. In
addition to the reasons presented by
the Judiciary Committee, we suggest
that tbe inccrp:ra'ion of this provis
ion in tbe constit.it on would serve
as an advertisement to the people of
all civilizsd ua'iocs that ia the
United States polygamy had been put
under a ban in the most authoritative
and emphatic uiancer.
Tbe report calls altentiom to the
magnitude of the evil by sying that
there are mora ttian zuu,uuu oiormocs
in tbe world.a large majority of whom
live in Utah, and that, while only a
portion cf them prac.ice polygamy,
thev all believe in it as a divine reve-
la'ioD, having been . taught it in their
Echoo s and churches f or a third of a
century; are led by men of great skill
and ability, and are fanatical to a
markel degree; tbat tbe only imme
diately effective remady would be tbe
uee ot the military, but toat the sense
of modern civilization will net permit
the employment cf bayonets anainat
women anu children, l et me a men
nen people regard polygamy as a
crime, and it cannot be ignored by
the government, "ll jre we may say
that, while we resognizs tho obliga
tion of the eovtrament to protect
the personal property rights of
the Mormon people, and to
deal with themi ts equals befire
the law, yet it is equally the
duty of the government to puniari
crime within its jurisdiction, mid re-
l g'ous libfiity cannot ha pleaded as a
bar to piinisbment for i ri initial acta in
violation of tbe laws of the land arid
of social order. If the prcsnnt laws
and the propostd romt tut'onul
amendments are not sufficient tosiip-
trees the evi1. ur.re (.irmgent enact
merits must be ainpted, and the re
suit will be tint, at nci diHtant day,
this relic of Asiatic barurism, th'a
blot on tt.e fair naina of America, wilt
be swept from the land.
Last year ho wrots: "Ihe roses blossom
And imloly white to scent the hot, still air.
And then, soft springinfc in the frarJon bed,
The aromatic pinks, all tall ana fair,
Nod to each other as the dawn (trows clear.'
That was last year; sad heart I tbat was lost
Here is the pare 1 as there I sadly trace
The failing hand that pain's keen touch
I note the faltering, tbe increasing space,
As if the task were bard, then longed for
Were yet more nrgent. Ah ! I sitting hero
Komember all this letter said last juar.
And now I rise and wander all alene
3eneath his roses: when wan night glide!
I see the moonlight sleeping on the stone
That marks the spot where he out there
At rest alone he who was once so dear,
i'rum whom that letter came; last year last
Isit not cruel how his roses bloom?
How lives this lottor, though tbe writer'!
How there lasts on his chair, his desk, his
The flowers he planted-white or pink or
be is deaf, nor heeds each heart wrung
That falls as I think of him there last year I
How lanih the children gathering in the
As love gifts for each other, sacred leaves
Bacred to me at least. That old world musk
We always gathered. God I bow memory
Immorial spells I feel I see him near,
Tbat true, good friend tiod took Iroin me
And yet I am alone; beyond life's pain
Ibat friend I loved lies silent while hli
Ris from tbe earth, and blossom once again
As tbey did blossom in those better hoars
When that which is was but a haunting fear.
And he was with us still ; oh 1 sad last year 1
And yet J If they can spring from out the sod.
Will he and I not meet and speak one
Thou maker of our friendship, patient God !
bend me one messuge from tbat silent
Yet nothing see I, nothing can I hear,
Save echoes faintly calling-ahl last year!
All Ihe Year Round.
Prince Borahese Dead.
Rome, October 6. Prince Marean
tonio Borgheae, head of tbe House of
Borgbee, is dead, aged 82.
wiiy Hum fcosudont
Become the staple dentifrice cf Amer
ica? Simply becsuse it is imporsible
to uee it, even for a week, without per
ceiving its hygienic eflect upon tbe
teeth, the gums and the breath.
9 MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTHURSDAY,
CRIME AM CASUALTIES.
A FAMILY CIII.OROKOKMEI) AND
THE UUISK ROBBED.
A Woman and Two Children Roasted
Alive Double Trn;edj A
Chicago, III., October 0. When
the family of Jcaeph Dowling, a real
ettat9 man, whu liven on Armitage
road, in E mira, awoke tbia morning,
it was after 9 o'clock, and thu entire
fcous WfS in (lit order. It was at once
dhcoveied that the entira family had
been chloroformed by burglar.', who
bad completely despoiled tha honfe
cf all iia valuables, which we e worth
ever $jC0. Tr.e btirg'aiM left a num
ber of articiei ecvt tr.d about the
yard, evidently laving all they could
conveniently carry eff of more valti
ab e plunder, ilia Jefleraon police
have been notified, and are at woik
oa thee ise. The family think the
burglars were in the house at lea.t
two or three hours, as it waj thor
Blabs llimxrirtu Iseatli In Prison.
Chicago, III., October- 6. H. C.
Foreman, tbe burglar who was f jnnd
in Grotnmes & Ulrich's liquor store
laet Light, fatally stabbed hiins -If tbia
morning at the Harrison Street S'ation.
lie had a knife cencealed on his per
son hxh the officers overlooked in
searching him, and this morning at 9
o'clotk ho plunged the wpapon ten
time into his atomacli. Th-re is no
chance for h e recovery. Foreman,
whu came from Montana, worked his
way into the confidence of Grommes &
Ulricb, the liqiior dealers, pretending
to be about to purchaae a larga bill ot
eoods. He brought into tha store a
dry goods box addtesced to himself
and closed with screw, and being al
lowed to s'ay there nittht after night,
fi led the Ikx wi:h 700 choice cigw.
He was caught in the act lest night
and locked up. He ia believed to be
a clever profeaaioual.
Shot HI Wll'o and Hung- liintaeir.
Coldmuia, S. C, October 6. In
Cheeter county, Monday evening,
Charles While, colored, snot his wif
and then huog himself. AVhite made
an unsuccessful attempt to cim-nit
suicide a month ago, and on Sunday
night he bIio' his wife (or misconduct.
He induced her to take a walk with
him, when he shot her and then hung
himself to the limb of a tree.
Oflice of a Untitling; Aanoriatlon
Chicago, III , October C Burglars
entered the oiliae of the Aehlaud Ave
nue Building ard Loan Asiciation,
on West Twelfth street, this mornirg
and tecured $2C0D in money and $5000
in government bonds and carried off
bonds and mor!gagea representing $12,
000. The papera of tha association
were afterwaid found in an alley in
the tear of the building.
A Woman and Two i'lt ildren Roanled
Columbia, S. C, Oeto'-er 6. A ter
rible accident occuned at Chester
Sunday night, by which two childien
and an old woman were roasted alive.
Dave Henry went with his wife to a
camp meeting, leaving their house and
two children in charge of Caroline
Berry. Upon the return of the
parents, they found the house in
flames and heard tbe screaming cf
their children upon the intiile. An
unsuccessful attempt was made to
save them. The charred bodies wf re
recoveied from the ruins. It is sup
posed that Oar iline Barry went to
eltep while smoking, and that the bed
clothes caught fire from her pipe.
Inatanlly Hilled bra Fall.
Chicago, October 0 At 0 o'clock
this moining Mrs. Carroll, 55 years of
age, was engaged in washing the win
dows in the second story of the build
ing at the corner of L salle and South
wa'er streets. Mrs. Carroll stood in
side the oflice on a stspladder. tsbe
bit her balance art! was prec pilated
to the pavement. When tlie paesira
by reached her they found she was
dead, tier neck having been uri Ken
Mr.. Carroll leavs a husband and
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r. II. IIIKI't II. Aanlelniil NfrrlnrT.
DIRKTOKN-R Il.IIKOOU8.ol Ilrooks, Neely Co. : 11. h. OoFl'IN, of Dlltard Coflln i
I). 1. PtIKTKK, of 1'orterJk Macrnei JOHN OVKIUON. Jr., J. C, MILLS, J. K.
UUfJWIN, of J. H. Oodwin A Co.; J. M. UnoDUAK, of Uooduar A Co. J
j. M. I'lllLLll'd, HARDWliI 1'KKKS
CemmfnrEd Bnnlura. In IN7. I . I'huI, Over llnlf a Million.
iwrlllntr. I'.prrlally ltalrrl.
Also Represents the SratiKimi.D Kiaa, ot Uprtnutlf Id, .Muss, i Ukohiiu IIohi Inbtkiuci
Oompawv; Moi'ntin f ity, oy Chuttunongifc, 1 eon.
i, X. FAM180H.
0. 0. BUN.
J. T, FAR6AS0N & GO.
Uholcssle Hvrnm & Caifoii Factors?,
S6t Front Stxaet, MomphiB, Tenu.
Oettel renslined te u will hsT. oar earefal attention. W sarrt at all UnsM a trail
selected itook ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquorsjcb&cco & Cltfm
will w 1U t niw'mt
r I . ! 1 . . IV . T I II ll.l I
W. T IMUVlHtJE.
Si and SO SJmlis..!!
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
T m T . II U . 1IK
Late J. X. LuPra.le Co
ANI COMMISSION M 13 It C II A N TS,
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tcnn.
aa-narlnr retired from the Saddlery and Haraeii bnsiness and opene. an oBoe as aoove,
to sere them In our new capao ty. Returnln thaaks fur the erf liberal patron ac. e
LdVd u. in 0,.ld fin" w. trust lo merit and r...i. a Vj'-
Cotton Factors. 7bolesaIe Grocers,
W. 11 Union Wtreet. : t fflemphU. Tcnn.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
Wholesale Oroceri, Cotton Iraotora
And Commission Merchants,
232 mi 234 Front St., Memphis, Vena
1KTWIU ADAIR AB1 JKrHBflOB.
Hi. I. . ULTjriT toUs kti wtc.le time to the welrhln. and sale of Ml Cottoi ettrvM
i r sharte. . Outtea War.huui.. w W ashiaato. streU -
Marino Insurance Co.
K. A. PARKH.
I. I. W09MO.'
1I5ATT IW CO.
I4iil l l'ratt Cotton ln,
KKKDKH8 AND CONDKUBKRH,
kmii.i;v, SMITH A CO.,
I'rall i:cllMoUnil'r Ulna, FfMl
vrn and Ula Krpalrtn,
118 tu 101 foiilar St., Momphla.
-rratt KeTOlvlnir-Il.ad ains une
qualed. Btnck now cninplote. Prioes
ro.lui.od. Correfpondifnee ana orueri
olioiled. Old Ulns Repaired in Kirst
In a t'rd . All work guaranteed.
HU, : Wmilil. T'--w
.1(111 N Mai) RATH.
Lata with J. X'. Lal'rade & Co
AVERY GIN CO.
IV. A. guilili'N l'at. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Holler (JInR,
l'laln lO Itich Uln, and
BOtlTHERX HTANDABD PBEMM.
Price at Faotorr. IOO aid tUO.
ALLISON hEtD COTI'ON CLEANEK8.
wr-AU kinds of dins Repaired. Bpe'ial
Diaoountto the Trade. -
891 anil Front Nt., MemphU, Tenn
I. JT. Ulaj k.
DR. Ii. S. JOHNSON'S
'o. 17 JeiTersoB Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
(Established in 18H0.I
1 KR.JOnNHON isanknowtedredhjall par-
li lios iiiteiustod an by lur the most a
eessful physician in the treatweatof . rival,
or secret diseases, tjuick, permanent cure,
euarantced in every ease, male or u- nle.
Koccnt casos of Unnnrrhea and , i liilui
cure 1 in n f w days without the use i n:er
cury, ohuniie of dut or himlrtmc-. :rom
bitxinoH.4. bocondary Sy hills, th l .-i res
tiire eradicated witho'ittne use of uierrurr.
Inviilunsnry loss of henien stopped in short .
tiino. bufierers from impotenry or ! fs ot
sexual powers restore to free visor in a few
works. Victims of sell-sbuse a.dexeuesiT.
venery, suffering trom spermatorrhea and
lossuf phyMical i.nd uientiil oower, si- flily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseases of Women, and
cure minriii. tred. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of caustic or the knife. Ail
consultations striotly corfi.lentiul. Vcdi
oii.ei sent ty eiirei to all parts of th.
erWorkinKinen cnreJ at hiilf the osuU
rates, lulice hoars troiu H o'cock a.m. to
o'clock p.m. II. s. JOIINNUN. M.I.
miy perfect aubstltut. lor Mother!
lllvi.hiaOle lu Chnl.rn lnr:inti,M
aon Teething. A prc.rtiriuiitK.i rood lur Dywv
Pontics, Consumptives, Convalescnnta
nrruot uuuluiit lu all Wiistlng Discuses.
Keqolrc. no cuoklnv Our Hook. The Curtt
and FeecJInK of Infants, mailed fruo.
DOUlBkrt. ouodalh a CO.. Boeton. Mana
II KAIXtl AKIMtH I'UK
CORRUGATED IRON SICJMG
Aixd Iron Roofing.
f ill m:7 11 m Uii
I'l.n U l.i.l U' ..... .. .f 1 I I. . .. f
lirnor tiuitnMo fir all kindi of build I n sr..
For prices and estiuiates at laot'.ry rate,
oall on or a.ldrnss
If KMPIUH MKTA1. i WOOD Mf'd DO.,
m i. UO Main St., and 2 A -1 Mulberry St.,
Ilonduunrtcrs for Iron Fcnc a and fre.flns;,
tiaivaiiiied iron t'oroice.'i'in Krtii A if.vni.
U. 8. KxutKRKt nrrrou, 1
No. '.'Mi Km.it t cc j
Votni ills, Tcnn., Srpi9inhcr 'St. )
F.M.KI I'KUl'OSM.S- In dup iiui... will
hiitiM.oWc.l ut "Ills JII"o mull n oo of
October II. IHV., nnd limn and there ri 'l cly
opsord, tortile delivery, on bnrun., o' Trre
followinir app oxiiiiiite iiiunti ici ut mu
leriHlx, via. ;
3ISI conls of Willow Ilrush.
7ni cms of Willow or CottoiiMoud Pules.
T'M linonl feet of Cypress Piliiiir.
For Ins ructions for bl Idinc, spe.'iliriitions
and conditions of dnllvory, a. ply to the
above iidilresK. The rmht to reject any nn d
all bids is reserved.
PMITli 8. LKACII,
Tuptnln Kniiinoers, li. S. A.
Ask yonr ntnltcr for t-'in Orlulnal 93 Mhne
lli'wmtiof Imlt.il l.iiijs.
lone Oennlue uuloe. bonrlu. thlsrltnnip.
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOEj
luulo In Button, Conijroas and Lac. Jlrtt Calf
Ann. iiiicxieiioil in isuril
o.'c. A iHiHiulciinls. iit to
an will iirinu you lororma
tion liowtoio'tthlsBhiio la
koujr Btuto or Territory.
'. Moans & Co.;
41 Unroln Rt.,
Thle alios stands higher In theeetlmatlon of
R'nrr Clian any olli. r lu thu worl.l. Thou
snnde who wear li illl loll you Uio rmuoo IX yoll
aak iiieui. 4
J. W. VOEGELI & CO.
A book of llsi pare!.
Ihe beat bonk lor
m I VI BIS MSB . - . .1
aTLMVEnTISINRenoe'd c otnevwia.,
r " -lt oonirtlns Huts of
newspapers and estimates 01 the or.' ad
vortleina. The sivertissr who want t .pens!
one dollar, finds In it the informatlor re
quires, while tor him who will invc- on.
hur.dred thousand dollars In advorl slnr, a
sohoo.o is Indicated which will u.ort Uis
every re.iMrmont, or can be maue Io n so,
by sltKhtchanmit easily arrived at by corr.
spnn.innco. line hundred and fi .ti thre.
editions have been issued, rt. it. I'" 'ld,.
to any n.ldrosslor ton oea-s. Apply tn "KO.
P. KUWK.t.Ij A Oil., N HWSi'API R A D
VEHT181ND BOHKAI'.loSi.rueast. (Frint
ni House Houara'. New Y"'1'
j7f. holst & into.
(PUITKHMOIIH TO 0. U. BOLHT A BIIO.
td ri lit . .'1-
IIAVB BCMOVRO Til
No. 3ai MiC0XI ST., MEMPHIS.
AIM! 1.L and 'lompmui siotk of Aond anil
. M-tailio.'aesaud liK'keu, Cloih'0o
ered Caskns aud llav'al Kobes irvs on
hni. -(jraor kv taleirarh promptly
mi -uAi.,iin,f' ;i. liin-itiui J UiiaiKiiif Iff ;
Book Cases, lounssjft
letter Projsos, Cabiiiati
Ladl.s1 Fancy Desks, ti
t ii.M.1 ().i.U Hii.llfrar
1'rlct-. vJnniHiilt.t. (.utiAlcfi
iroe. i'u.iiiaulu. ioroMittip
II KA1.TH IS V KAIj I'lt. la. K. 0.
WaT', NKV ADM UrIM l'KITkT'fSST,
aanaranteel specific for Hysteria, liitsi
nei.. Convulsion!., Fits, Uetvoui Neural-
Eia, Headache. Ncrtir Prostration, .Muied
v the nse of aloohol or totaccoi Unhs
fulness, Mental depression, fcl'tcntnir of th.
lfram. rasultini in in anity snd Icn to
misery, deoay and doalh; Proinatarn . il
Ave, l'arrenness, Loss of Power in either
ii ; Involuntury Losses and tipontstor
rhea, flau .. J by over-oxortinn n( too brain,
self-ubnie orov lie JuUenco. hii.'h bixcon-
tains oao reortl; irca'.iiuot. SI a be I, 0
six boios for (0, sent br mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. Vo (oari'ntv. Six L'oxe.
to cure any cam. With oath order r."'.ivoi
oy usfors'X boxsi, aocuiiimnieJ w ' Sl
we will send the pur.ihasor o-ir nrltten
naran'ao torofund the mousy 11 tho treat
ment doei iot otT?. a cure, tfubfuoteei
Issurd only h A. Hl-'bKHRt' A mi., tirur
(ists, Memphis, Tenn.
"Londifn" Trouser Stretcher
Patented In Europe and Uni
ted States. Si.lo Accnls In
I silted Slalr. forcelebrat.i
John Hamilton A Co. titreioh
er. Takes bunulnir out n
kasrs rostores pantaloons to
oririnal shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw roa;
in combination with clamrl.
All others infringements.
Oriit in al and only Mrvtvtie!
Ii.r atiiiltiu's nasi. Us
F..,r. ancurelr packed. Price t2 Ml. Writ!
for circulr. Aeonts wnnted in evory city,
W. ISl W W.S A- IP., B)liiM.jHa,
O RAN II HT:i., AI.I'H MPKINU,
Itockhridiie Co., Va. High np in th.
Virginia uiountuins. Pictures.iue surroand
inss, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Uas, electric bells, and all modern iiuprovt
nients. Two daily malls, post, teleirraphand
express oII'k'cs on the premises. Table th.
very best. Luxuriously furnished rooms)
uterb band of music. 8end for illustrated
r.ainphlet. t'liarges moderate. Open for vis-.
tM. June lftth. Vy.ilrrs: AIvm, VhnlylnaU
and frscslone. R.T. WILKIsril)N.Man'T.
l on fl!c In PhlladrlphC
I HIS t-'CKH-Kallhc SoMw( A.l
HrV.ATER6JN.our uutaoruea iivc.
J. ITlIk JPi Jin iwlii
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