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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1886.
HELENA'S GRAM FijR.
A SPLENDID EXHIBITION
LITE SIOi-K FO A
Which Prrmlama Wr.-e Awarded
Nina D. WIbh a Kae The Pro
grume for Today.
lament, VoTHi irpiAL.I
Helena, Awe., October 20. Ihera
was a lareely increas ) attendance at
the lair to.lay ov- r that of yesterday
and everything is Hosier along as
amoothlT d ii'crIt ai tbore inter
ested could wrh. The live stock de
Dariment a' traced um'eial interest
todav. as the Dremiuma for registers
ca'.ile werj awarded, with the follow-
Htrefords For th best bull, P. C,
Ewan'fl imrorted Brintop; fir the
beet cow, P. rV'enjroz'd tprinkle, the
Jeweys For the best bull, L. Nel
son's Danil ; fi r the best caw, A. A.
Holeeina- For th3 best bull, Bam
pass g K-'isnc LiW ; Dr the beat cow,
James A. Brian s warriEOtosa.
Devon. For the best bull, A. A,
Hornor'a BjrLadotte; best cow, liar
When tha people abroad are in
formed that eight ytars ago there
were not a dozen of ail eradei of reg's
tered cattle in Et'rn A'kiDste, and
that now tho'6 winning the premiums
were taken from aioa IierJs, some
idea may bs aantd of the in'erest
tat is now being tt-keo by the fra;ers
of Eastern Aikajsas ia fine registered
Today's racea were cf uc usual inter
est, there being two running races,
one trotting and one pacing. The
race of the day, that is 'he one upon
which the moBt money changed hands,
wis the onait-r mile oath of Uapt.
Slack Le's Nina B. at 1 James Line's
Gray Dick. N.na B. won the race.
Tha second r:co, running, four en-
trifs. Peacock. Leroy. Pearl Savoy
and F-rnn e B. Farni B. won the
race. Third race, pacing, N cbo'.s's
Daa, Coolidge's B.-ird and Busby's
Brown Jog. Daa won th race. Four.h
race, trotting, Moore's Pepper Sauce
and Keesee's Eliza Jane. Lizi Jane
won the race in the fifth beat. Toe
programme of raced f jr tomorrow is
Firti Race Running, mile beats, 2
in 3, five entriei: Wyatt'i Fannie B.,
Bam Brown's Harry Tadd, Henry
Jones's Bcnanzi, Armstrong's Wild
Kanaeg. Brackt-tt s Barbara.
Second Race One-fourth mile dean,
four entries: Ca--t. Stack Le'a Nina
B., Sim Brown's B.rney 8 , Bracktt's
reacoca atia Jbeioy.
Besides the borse ia e there will be
a bicycle race bet wf an G. Beard, of
L'tt'e Rock, end T. Johns in, cf Hot
Springs, which prom eea to be of nn-
nsaal interest. A grand ball at the
Armnry H.11 tomorrow night, to
which all thee'it of Eutern Arkau
fag aodTis'.ern M ssiss'ppi have ben
invited, promises to be unusually en
joyable. THE FLO Lit OUTPUT
Or the Mlnaraiiolla Mills Receipts
and Shipments In (store.
Minnbp3lii", Mikn., October 20.
Tjhe Nvrthweitern Miliar says: Hot
, witbstat ding the fact tht tfe opera
tion of the milis wai seiiously inter
fared with by the switchmen's strike,
a very resptctible amount of flour
was turned en lat week. The ma
jority af the mills were f jrced to close
down Thursday or Friday, a few fa
vorably aiimtrd continuing until Sat
urday. Ths output of thn weffk was
125,205 barrel?, avfraging 20,887 bar
rels daily, BRniiBt 145,000 barrels the
preceding week and 177,8' 0 barrel
the corresponding time in 1885. Since
Monday there bis b-en a comparative
blockaue of tbe mills on'ye'ght being
in oprrat on, and half of thoee of tie
smallest capit ity. The prodnctioa ia
not over 0500 barre's daily. The stop
page is partica'a ly aggravating at thii
time. Mist of ihm were Bold &kod
on flmr, and desired to get this
shipped before thn c'rso of ravie:i
tion. Tkeir entcmers are oIpo irri
tated at the delay, and arn (vnstniitly
importuning thn u.i lora to fi 1 rid. rn.
A fair demaoo f ;r flour ha-sprung up,
and a confident 1b amount is being
sold. The riiilk'is, h wever, are can
tirug abnit a'T'cz nrd-ra on accouit
of the railroad bl'icade, and otno ar
askirg higher rices. Tr.edir-c' ex
ports ot fl jor for tha week were 45,8 6
barrelp. Rco. pis wheat, 39J.150
bushe'B. Shipmfru- flour, 67,000
Darrels; wi e.it, ov.iuu busiiels; mill
s uff, 1305 t'CS Wheat in itore i;iu
nearolia, S,'i4814ll bushels; Daltith
7,280,815 bushels; St. Pau', 233,000
PUT THElitVoU' 1.1 IT.
rivei for Pr f. E. 6toca Wiggins yes
terday, t-nnoarding the teal are the
worde, "Sr. Ana i4s Club, Topeka,"
and in tha cantor is a picture of tbe
instrunoent known aa tha lyre. It is
said that tna profewor has received
notice from tha authorities tbat he
mnst either atop prophesying or quit
the civil serv er.
J AS. O. BLAINE, OF MAINE,
GIVEN II m VIEWS ABOUT THE
ABU Illarala Wllh an Aaeedote
From Horatio Sryinonr What
Ho Think ol Ueorae.
Mr. Blaine, while in Boston en route
tt Philad lpliia, was interviewed by
ths Rtcord. He said: "The s tiat'on
in Pennsylvania is about the (true as
it was in Maioe. Tje prohibitory
partv men are det rmiced to dae'roy
the Rfpublicn pa'ty. I can speak ia
Pennsylvania with much mora ease
than in almo-t any o hf r 6 a'e, for the
reafon tbat tbe linpublicins have put
a plank in their p'atrorm advrcitiog
thesnbmiFStonct iheprohiM'ioa ques
t on to a popular tot -. It is the only
proper way to decide ths matter. It
wa whet we did in Maine in 1858.
and I can tell them in Pennsylvania
now it worsna in Mnire.
' Bow abont New York Stale?"
"It is a little difTirent there. I pre
sume if tbe qu-ston was submit ed
to a popular vote it wcu'd be defeated,
and that is tbe ver re Aeon whv the
temperance fana ics oppose such
proposition. It is tr.re that the Re
publicnn parly has never formally ad
vocated prohibition in its platform,
bat every law that has tended in
any way to suppresi the liq'ior In-flic
iu the State hia been piaaidbyRe-
pu oilcan r.egi natures. 1 romuu-bar
enanecdot that Gjv. 8 ymour told
me himself wtacb hears on this very
qu-stio:', and w ich ia, by the way,
against proniLitDn. Keymour ws
conversing w th Mr. Ddlavan. of Al
bany, about tbe ( fleet of hb-olut pro-
moition in the s:a'.e of Hnw York
Now,' osid Seynnur. '.aupp. se we had
a community in the Stite where the
sale of intoxicating drinks wes abto-
lute'y prohibited, wh'tre everybody
bad all tue food tbey wanted to ett
and ail the clothing they wanted to
" 'Bat you are fa king tf Elysium
now,- int rruptea Mr. Ddlavnn.
" But taat'd ihe I ind of a coonmii
cry you are striving to create, isn i
niE cunuL ciixm
HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WO!
BI H Ei LtMLOKU.
Shot Dead by Ills Wife A Xunft
Narrowly vapes Lynching
" 'Ys, perhaps bo,' replied Mr.
Well,' raid Seymour, 'we have
2,200 of jupt such people as those in
bmg b:ng.' JJ-jiavaa saw theipoint."
"lo vou thinlc ths prohibitoJVDar;v
movement much more dangeroui than
the labsr movement?' inquired the
"Yes, for the reason that the former
tends to ci-rupt and destroy the Ro-
publ.can ptrty. It is tbi BtraDgest
thing to me why the third-pirty men
tl ins that we re cant nually fighting
temperance, when we are for it. It ia
a perversity of oilman nstura avmoat
inexplicable Itiink that the cam
pa gn in Miine injured the third
party movement ;very much. Naal
Dow's conduct can only be explained
on the ground that Le is an old man."
What do you think of II -nrv
Georpe'e candidacy for Mayor of New
I don't see how he ia a dnirtocarrv
out his land sjlieme in piactice," siid
Mr. Ba nc. "It may be all well
enough ti limit ths tinount of land
one man can hol t, bu' I don't see how
you can lim t the lime. You can't
limit it to less the.a a year, for a mat
will not row nnlf s ha can reno."
"Are yon satisfied wit'j the campaign
"Yes, and mora than eatiofigd. We
had a good caodilate for Governor in
Mr. B id well, and he will make an ex
IHE CANADIAN PACIFIC.
Bnmors Tliat It Una Srcnred
Direct Honte to New fork.
A R nil road Ouinpanx Maeil for SSO,
Chicaoo, III., Ocober 20. Dr.
Chalmers M. O Premier, cf Norwalk,
u., wj arreea uoaoer lin oa a
train on the Luke So ore and Micnigan
Southern railway when it arrived at
Soath Ch'tiKO, cha gtd with disor
derly conduct. Tbe doctor earns to
Chicajto with his wife, and on the way
he met a number of friends who had
bou.'ht ronnd trip railroad ticketa to
Norwalk, but did not intend to ns
them. Ths doctor bought them and
for this was arrested, the charge of
disorderly coodnct being preferred
against him k-.c u e his capiors knew
ot no other accusation that would fit
his case. He was lecked up, but tbe
railroad dee'dod it could not proceed
against him, and he was discharged,
lie has dow sued the railroad com-
piny lor u,liw in ins united ts ats
Court for malicious prwe-
TO BORE FOR NATURAL AS.
A 'onapair to Be Formed at HL
I.ooln for Thnt Pnrpoae.
St. Lovif, Mo., October 20 Some
time ago the most prominent mer
chants of this eiry deci led to deter
mine whtther or not thero were evi
dences of nntui-al gas in this vicinity.
With the end in view of forming a
company to supply tbe manu'actories
in this city wiih tfist kind of fuel, Mr.
Isaac 8. Wis", professor of ohenrrsiry
in the StUe University of West Vir
ginia, the locater of the Wheeling
wells, and connctid wiih Ihe United
States Geological Commission, was
employed to make the investigation.
Mr. Wi-e report-id tiilay that the evi
dences pointed etrongly to the exist
ence of natural gaa in a certain part
of St. Cluir countf, and advices tbat
the presvee'lve company eommencs
boring at once Twe.-.tj-five pe' cent,
of thesn'jscrih- d stock has been called
in and nojuhtions are in pr"gre fnr
tbe ptirchaaeof tho land. Great in
terest is taken emong the factory
ownvrs in Ihi pln.
WiginH an Ilannrary Member or
llif SL Aania I lib,
Ottawa, Ont., Octnber 20 A cer
tificate of bnnorarv memherahtn in thn
Si, Anan ai Ciub, of Topeka, Kas , ar-
Montreal, October 20 It is ru
mored hue that tbe Canad;au Pacific
ad has rotuplettd a'rungeuients f jr
a direct rouce frim Montreal to New
York by the acanisition or control tf
several local iods in Ifew England,
ucludtug the old Lebanon Snri gj
r 'ad, rerrznizid last year as the New
York, Rutland and Montreal, Vice
President Vanhorn declined to be in
terviewed on the project this morning.
Andrew t'arn-le'a I linens
PmsBURo, Pa., Oct b?r 20 A tel
egram was rocrfivel from Crasson
t-day tbat' Andrew Carnegie had been
ordered io kei p his bed for a fw
dajs. His phjs'ciaTi eays that U
condition is rot feriou?,and the order
for his New York phyaic'an ti rome
has been couitermundtd. lh s dif
fering from a mild attack of tjphoid,
but ncthicg s.irioui ia spprehended.
A MOST LIBERAL OFf CRi
Thb Voltaic Bult Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Ntrvous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in scaled envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
She'i a very charming maid,
Batf m us t any I'm afraid
Ube'a a flirt.
And I don't mind telling why:
In the wilflft f t"anoer shy,
Timid look and downoait eye,
On 'he day when drat we met
Ah I I ntver can forgot
All her itranel
Hor toft fiuura'a dainty charm,
And hor dimpled, rounded arm,
And the look of hy alarm
In hor face I
Well, an I was doing to say.
On that most eventful day
When we met.
We rot tnlkinrof touth Lee
That is where (he lives, you loe
And she tri-vi to capture me
In her not.
When I looked down in her face
And inquired, "What sort of place
Is South Lee?"
With a quick, shy, upward (lance
That foretokened a romsnoe.
She replied, " What irnoranoe!
Come and soel"
akin ITptet and Four Men Drowned.
St. Loui, Mo., October 19. This
afternoon Frank Seebold, Philip Lulz,
Philip D ffoa and Wm. Kaufman
were drowned by the esps'zing r-f a
skiff in tbe Mir-s'ssippi river oppos'te
the footof Carroll street. Two mm
paaions wore rescued. Seobold alone
was n arri d.
Pxmbb'ks, O.nt., Oclober 2$. The
Garmao who murdered bis ne!gbbor'a
wife near Palmer Kanidj. this c runty.
a fdw daB a,o, has been aire ted and
is now being conduced to Pembroke,
His crime is a most atrocious one. He
went to the at auty where the ni or
dered woxan lived, of which he was
tbe landlord, f.nd ordered her to va
cate it. Bing nnwell and alone, with
two enHll ciii dren, she refused to
obey the tyract's onreasonable de
mand, whenuron he nald no tbe
do-r of the stanry from the outside
and set firs to the premises, with the
h.lpless family inside. Tbe mother
rtc gn zed her periioas position and
managed to break opjn the d ror and
rescue ber rh lding from the burnirg
oanuing. ins uona, as aoon as n
saw her on'sido, pounded her life oat
with a club and threw ber body back
into the Durmng Duiiuing.
Shot Dead by Hli Wife.
New York, October 20. "Little
Italy," as a row of houses on First
avenue and One Hundred and
Tenth street, this city, is called, was
thrown into tbe wil.hst excitement
today by the mur Jor cf Antonio Ceg-
oara by his wile, Uharara ear s i. The
couple had not lived together in some
years, the wife having des -rted her
wct hltss spouse bicsnse of bis bru
tality. Todav be called early, laving
located her wher aboats, and on sight
vaulted ber. II. continurd to beat
her until after iciddar, when he ba
cams tired and etait-d to leve. As
he crosred the ihresboli the enrage1
wile fhot tim aesa. the woman wjb
Hakes m lonfeaalos.
Das Moinks, Ia., Octohor 2.). It
has iraked cu- hera tha Albeit K--
nitsicy, a:iaa ' msmarck, ' one ot I 9
principal witrea-en in tbe Uaddai i
murder cibc at S.oux Ciy, and wl a
was captured in San Fiannisci I y
Coief of Police N-daon, wn brongl it
here before bf irg taken to Sioux Cit '.
He was taken bi-lora Gov. Larrabes
on bis arrival. Up to ibis time he had
made no disclosures, and prior to
doing so he exacted a premise from
the Governor guaranteeing persinal
safety from vio'.ono in the event of
hiB transfer to Sioux Ci y. Following
this guarantee "BUinarcV in tha
presence of tho Governor, Mayor
Cle'and, Marohal Hhanlcy and Chief
Nelson, made a full and romi-lte con
fession of his connection with the
murder, to whiih he wai an eye wit
ness. The coi f sdon was tak-a don
in short hand and has since been
written out. It covers ten eheets of
authorities. Tbe rensoa aligned for
n n pub lcetion of tbe confession is
that it would eaabln tbe defi-nss to
snect Scully anticipate any move the
pr.sscution m'ght mate.
A Murderer Rarrowly Escapes
Evansvilli, Ind Octaber 20. Mc-
E'roy, the negro mnrierer of Walter
Mart, near Uender on, K.y., escaped
lynching last night end was taken to
HopkiLsriileaud i tiled. The men ited
enwbopnrsutd McEiroy and the
flicra having him in charge from
Henderson would h?.va ovrr taken and
hang him bnt fo- an Resident, to tbe
vehicle in which he (McEiroy) rode.
While it was nadargoing repairt) the
mob took a wrong road aud tbe ofil
cerj easaped with their prisoner.
A Rotad Rnralar Esoanes.
Fyracupb. N. Y . October 20. Chas.
B. E linger, a motod burglar knd des
perado, w th many blisses, escaped
rom tbe Onondaga County Peniten
tiary this morning by filing tbe bars
off a door. A reward of $201) ia rffjred
for bis recap ur.
Paisoned by Hew Ider.
Saco, Ma., Octrber 20 Frank
Wilds, of Uniin Falls, vesierd y soil
a cask of new cider to Civil Engineer
wmneiii a. lennett. ft hano. 1 be
lattefsson James, aged 19 yeais, drunk
a third of a gb-ss t f the cidsr. Dennett
took a tta poonful and his wile tiutcd
it. AH of thena wers takn -ick, aud
dffiitet:i eflor s of t.o nhvsciats
me son nicu- ear;y t;us rriorniug. Mrs.
T)i -.nuett is very enk, lul. tbe phys
cians ttnntt ebo will retuver. 0,i the
head o! tie cask wubfandi'd the woid
poiiotr. The cask wss nirchasd
from a Buif ird unite lak.r. and
oiiiit a ly cjtit-ind emba'ming fluid.
A TellonriHb font
Upon tbe tongue, pnrtioularly near Its base,
is of Itself snfficlont to douoto biliousness,
an ailment to tho development of which the
hot weather it may be remarked in passing
Is eXvremely favorable, and which autumn
oftan brings tn its trxin as a lingering leg
acy. If not remedied which it sidil
may be with Jlo-letlrr's htomach Bitters
tnen follow aer. ravaica disorders of the
stomach and bowels, dull pains beneath the
lower rithl ribs, niusea and headack
prompt use of this invaluable specifioU .
ways dsiruble, no n.atter what tbe setsor
upon to nver Iteieruau lnnueoolirit!
beneflcial. The bile, the obstruction'. 0 I
now Being relieved oy tbe relaiation or 1 1
bowels, returns to its natural channel, 11.
tte portion of it which has loroed its wa)
Into and contaminated the blond is eipelloa.
The stomacb alse resumes its digestive func
tion. Kneumatisui, fever and ague and kid
nay troubles alio luocumb to the Hitters.
rn n niTrurnV
iloeoiy written foolsesp paper, an I is
low in the hands of the Si ux City
fi fjT) TOT CTp
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain-Carer
tho world has ever known.
MteSBSKmtTtJUOilUSIBlmmmmm im mm urn hiss i 'mramrmrrmmrwmmmm mi in
and 104 Lives
Gloucester, Mass., October 20.
Sines Sjpti aiber 1, 1885, twenty six
vefs-Os belonging to tbe Glouojst"r
District fl-et, tggregating 1,761,000
tons, valued at $lti4,0.X) and intured
for $118,460, have been lot. The lives
of 104 men have been h s. linivir g
twenty-two widows and fifiy father
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
phoepbites, is a nios' valuable ramad
for consnmpt'o", scrofula, waiting dis
eaies of ci ild.en, olds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there ia a loss of flooh, a lack of nerve
nower and a general dbiliiv of rl,
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alsffn, Crowell A Co. is this day dissolved, K. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. (i. Alston and U. II. Maury, will eoa
tinoe the business at the o'd stand, corner Front and Union streets, assuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding accounts. K. W. CbOWKLL.
Memphis, Toon., September 1, 1S86. fi". .MaIIRV.
arOn retirins as above. 1 hAjtnitalr f,f- m iiimmun a MnllnH.iu. nr iu. hi.. i . t
J0EPH PA DITK
FADER, FRANK & CO.
no FactoRloH torn
2l Front rey. Opuowhe rnwtoin TIotih.
For Fifty Years the great Remedy for
Blood Poisonand Skin Diseases.
a . x ears. es -n& k:m Fails !
IntertBting Treatise on'Blood and Skin Diseases
aa iled free to all who apply. It should be
carefully read by everybody. Address
-THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. G.
J. C. NEELY.
8. H. BR:)OKS.
II. M. NEELY,
GROCERS, 00 HON FACTORS
And Corumission Merchants,
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T lno Htoo lsi.tt tr Wtyllwh Tnrnont.-M
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896-898 Front Ot.. McraphU, Tomm.
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DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mculdings and Mixd Points.
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Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
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Corner - dams and Second Sts.
WB DRSTBR TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARAR STOCK OF VlliH 'I Est
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We solicit ronr patronaie and request that uu eall, examine our stek, prioes, ete
before riihft'inir elsewhere.
ew Cotton Gin,
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"IFST TnraonlaedNaiiinleUniiranlenl, Good weiahts. and re
Iv maie. All Cotton lnrd while In Trenslt and at Gin. H.nk. f.r.l.h
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Speer's Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free,
iw The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
ar Beat l ld. Best Sample.
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DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
36Q-363Front Street Meramblni Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN' ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENN.
GUNS, STOVES, TLNWA1L,,
IHIIVF.IV PUMPS, POIUTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WACON SCALES.
5VAPOUATOKS AND ROIIOIIFM MHXS.
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Vhslssale (irocers & 'Cfit!oH lmtm9
364 rROlVT STRTBFT. MTJUPJTTS. TFIffT
.via. . aallltta, rtsoa. moral. M. J. Cl
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Ftor
Anil Cemmtasicw Worch3nt3:
332 and 234 Front St., MempSis, fess
Mr. L M. EACIIT d.ToWs kls wV,l. tine to the weiehina end sale of ' I! Cottna ee
ARI1IISTEAD & LUNDEE,
OTTON FACTORS &C0M3IISSI0N MERCHANTS-
No. Ml Front N(reo(, Cor. Fnloii, Mpmplil". Tenn.