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MEMPHIS, TENS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, ISSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 248
THE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
TIIAT WERE FELT FROM
SEX TO THE LIKES
And Shook Up Charleston and Sum
merrllle Yesterday Yery Badly
Other PoiuU Affected.
Chablmton. S. C, October 22.
Thnra araa a (hum fmrtbaaaka Shock
here at 6:28 o'clcck this morning. The
duration, wai about twelve seconds.
Uooaea were staken and windows
rattled, but no damage was done. The
shake web sb am also at Suoamerville
and was followed by several baby
nnakes. is they are called here, tele
srahic advices s ate that the shock waa
felt at Savannah, Angueta, Columbia,
Orangeburg and other points in this
St19- , , , .
There were two sn sip shocks here
at 2:45 o'clcck this afternoon, with
equal ee verily at fcummervitle, Colum
bia and Aneusta.
A7jfcl Huthquake shocks todav
anDear to have been ai severe in
Chaileston as in the adjoining States
of Georgia sndUor:h Carolina, special
disDatcbes have been received from
all parts e( this and neighboring
States indicating that the seismic dis-
turbarces covered a larger area of
country than acy previous shock?. In
Charkst-n, and at other points in
South Carolina, the shocks were
enough to shake buildings, throwing
down loose p'aatering and widening
the cracks made in the houses by pre
vious checks, but no !o?s ol lite is re
nnrted frcm anv aaaitfr, and no ae
lions damage. The cus'om bonere
here waa badly shaken, the western
win of the building being cracked
and the walla suDDorting the roof on
the wett giving away slightly. The
shock at 2:45 o'clock this afternoon Is
a.id to have lac ted thirty seconds. If
this time wta c:rreitly taken the
ahock this morning wai twice as long,
The waves moved from north to
juth. The shocks caused no inter
ruption to basinesa.
Heavy Sbaeka at Columbia, H. C.
Coltjmha, 8. 0 , Outober 22. There
was a heavy earthquake shock here at
5:25 o'clock a.m., lasting thirty sec
onds. It waa preceded by loud and
continuous lumblirg, which lasted
until the quske pasted off. Nearly
everyone was awakened by the shock,
which awayed bnildings and rattled
things lively. It was the heaviest
shock felt since the second one of Au
4 A. if. Another severs earthquake
shock, accompanied by loud detona
tions, bas just occurred hero (2:43
p m.), shaking buildings for about six
seconds. No damage was done.
Sever Statkci at Sa van nab..
Savannah, Ga., October 22. Sa
vannah was vitittd by two decided
earthquake Blocks today, the first at
4:5Soc:ock Bin, local time. This
was notable for the duration and the
tremors, whieh continued fifteen or
twenty ceeonds.- A good - deal of ap
prehension, but. no general alarm was
caused by it. Many people, hotel
guects especially, got op aod did not
go back to bed. At 8:20 o'clock this
afternoon another vibration accom
panied by a rumbling noise, was felt.
It was equally as severe as the first,
but of much lias duration. Many
claim that these shocks were almost
as severe as any that have been ex
perienced here, excepting the great
shock of August Slat. They were felt
everywhere m this section cl the
State, but no damage is reported.
i At Wilmington, H. C.
Wilmington. N. 0.,' October 22.
Two distinct Fb.ot.-k a of earthquake
were felt here th e morning at about
o'c'ock. One wes quite severe, and
shook houses and awakened a great
many people. Ho damage is reported
There was another distinct eartn
quake eheck this afternoon at 2:45
o'clock. Buildings were shaken very
perceptibly. No dam.gn was done.
"Washihgton, October 22. A si ght
eartbaaake shock was felt here at
2:50 o'clock tuis aftencon. The tre-
mtr lasted bat an instant, but waa suf-
ficien'ly strong to "pi" type on the
imprsing stones in tte fourth story of
the litar oluce. ine snock was so dis.
tinct on the fourth floor of the Slate
War and Navy building that some of
the clerks became alarmed and ran
into the cor;id ir. On the lower 11 oh
of the building, however, no one
seems to have heard unusual disturb'
The shock W'S felt at the Signal
Service Enilding at 2:46 o'clock, and
slight tremors were indicated by the
seiamoEcope for a pericd of fifteen
minute, but were not perceptible to
people in the room. A p; inter who
waa at work on the cresi of the new
steeple of Ascension Oburcb, at i
lioinhf if 19A faaf frntvi tVa nM..n
says the steeple begin to away to and
fro a few minutes before, 3 o'clcck to
day, and be is confident it was caused
by an eartngnake. '
At Atlanta, Ua.
Atlanta, G a., Oc'ober 22. There
was a diatinct earthquake shock here
this morning about 4 o clock,
At RitlelKh, JT. C.
Kaliioh, N. C, October 22 Two
distinct earthquake fhocka weie felt
here today, at about 5 o'clock a.m. and
3 o clock p.m.
At Anaaeta, Ua.
Augusta, Ga., October 22. Two
severe shocks of enrthqnaku were felt
nere waay, one at 4:4a o cloak a.m.,
ana one at z:i o'cioct p.m.
At LauHTUIv, lij,
. LouisviLta, Ky, October 22, A
slight shock of earthquake was;felt
nere at z:iu o ciock in-a attemoon. it
lasted about five econds and vibration
was nearly north and sooth.
At t'olambna, O.
Columbus, 0., October 22. A slight
chock of earthquake was felt here
shortly after 2 o'clock. It was very
perceptible in upper stories of build
ings, but not on the streets.
At If aeon, da.
Macon, Ga., October 22. Slight
shocks of eanhquake were felt here
at (4:25 o'clock tbia morning and
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Reports
from all over this section of the S:ate
show that the shocks were general,
but no damiye is rportd.
Large Crrka la n Mountain.
LYKcnucria.VA., October 22. Three
lnrge cracks in Urn etrth h?s just been
discovered en top of "Flat Top"
mountain, adj icsnt to the Pocahon'as
coal mioes, in T. aswt-ll county, wl ich
were evide n'.ly rauced by the earth
quake latt month. One of the rents
crosses the mountain wagon road, and
large trees and rocks bave been thrown
into it eo as to make it paseable. The
cracks extend a long distance and tun
norm ana eoutb.
THE GREAT; CONSPIRACY
At Klcbnionet, Va,
Richmond, Va., October 22. At
2:50 o clock p.m. a shock of earth
quake was felt here, the oscillations
being from east to west The shock
was mainlv felt in the upper part of
hosres. No damage has been report
IIATfHED BT AG EMS OF
To Release the Smthern Prisoners
Who Were Suffering the Tor
tares In Sort sera Prisons.
People Alarmed at Cbailatte, It.C,
CiiARLoiTB, N. ft, October 22 At
abcut 5 o clock this mon.ing the peo
ple here were awakened by a alia'p
eartbquateaheck and at 2:47 o'clock
this afterncon another shock occurred,
sufficiently severe to make peop.e run
out into the streets. No damage was
done but the people are greatly
roar qnakea at Ureeavllle, B. C
Grknvillb, 8. ft, October 22.
Four shot ks of earthquake were felt
here tcday. one very si nht at 2:30
o'clcck a.m., onecevere at 6:25 o'clock
a m , another even more severe at
3:51 o'clock p.m., and the last, almost
imperceptible, at 4:3U o deck p.m
Two Btanrp Blbacka at Blacks Ilia,
Charlebtos, S. 0., October 22 At
Biackville, 100 miles from Charleston,
on the South Caro'ina railway, two
shocks of earthquake were felt today
They were considered the severest
since Augnft 31st.
Slight at Ckatianoaca.
Chattanoooa, Tenn.. October 22.
A distinct shock of earthquake was
felt her at 4:15 o'clock this morning,
The eanh oscillated very perceptibly
and many were awakened, but the
shock was so slight that it created no
LlKbt VIbrallonatn Florida.
Jacksonville. Fla October 22.
A very perceptible earthquake thock
was leitm many portions ol 'nis etate
about 4 :30 o'clock a.m., standard time.
Light vibrations were aleo felt here at
1 :30 o clock p m. and 6 :55 o clock p.m,
HELENAS FAIU A SUCCESS.
THE BALL AT ARHORT HALL A
Social Event A Memphis Done
Wlna tbe Bace Premlnina
. . ISMCIiL TO TBI ArPlAL.1
Helina, Abk., October 22. The
grand ba 1 given at the Armory Hal
ast night under the auspices ol toe
Helena Fair Association was the
grandest social event that ever trans.
pired In Helena. All the balls and
beaux of Kisttrn Arkansas and Wett-
ern Missetsippi contiguous to Helena
were invited, and it resulted in
genuine affiliating love feast. A
magnificent supper, prepared by
Helenas popular caterer, H. Hem
licb, assisted by bis brother, J. Hein
r'ch, of Memphis, was spread at 12
o'clock, of which ail pieseat partook.
Owing io the feet that the business
nouses in tte city were clorea today
in order to let the employes
attend, and the school children being
admitted free, the crowd in attend
ansa waa estimated to bs 7000. Tbe
acep, consisting ol one running and
one trotting, were not as interesting as
on the preceding days. Oat of the
entries in the mile and a quarterdash.
for the Elevator Purse. Barbara, the
fleet looted mare ol. .Bracken s, dis
tar ced them an.
The premiums in tbe poultry de
partment were awarded today. Tbe
Hyde Park Live Stock Company, of
rniinps county, captured every pre
mium for which they contended,
Premiums were alo awarded to W. B.
I. 8hieldo, V. B. West and J. F. Ra n-
bait. The fair clores tomorrow even
ing, and uas proved ti be more suc
cessful than the (flicials most fan
THE COLORED STATE FAIR
At Pine BlnflT a Urand Nucccic One
ISFIOIAL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Pine Bluff, Abk., October 22
This is the fourth day of theS;ate
Colored Fair. Toe attendance has
been larger than any previocs day,
and inteiest in it ictensifias, as there
is but one more day. This id the first
day that the local population bas
turned out to any extent. There
were about 3500 persons present, and
tomorrow, being eaturdav. third will
beat least OQ'JO visitors t) the fair
grounds. Toe colored people are to
be congratulated upon the success
which has crowned tbe!r efforts in
this laudable entTf rise. The fair was
in all its app.iintmen's a grand suc
cess. J. very tome went oil SDlenuidiy.
and with dignity and decorum, Not
a man has been seen on the grounds
nnder the kuuence of liquor. Today
there was an interesting sham bittle
oy tneiaty buard?, an lraDo-ioe mill
tary company from Little Rock,
who aleo executed a Zmave dull
and tab'eau. Theie was al:o a
tournamont, trotting race, pacing
race and biby show. In the evening
there was a distribution of rviz-'B for
the bast cotton and otaer products.
ine entertainment closed witn a
spirited running race, in which there
were several en trie.
The Large Funeral of a Reanecied
ISPIOIAL TO TBB APPIAL.I
Jackson. Mim . October 22. The fu-
neral of Mrs. J. P. Withers, who died
yetterdav, took place from St. An
drew's Episcopal Church this morn
ing, the Rev. Henry Saneom. D. D..
rector oi uomi s
otmg Bbsenr. it wes nmonir
est funerals ever held at thm rhnrch.
A lovely fbwr has been pluckodfrom
our midst. Society has lost one of its
btightee,t and purest jewels.
A Correct ion.
To tha Edltori of the Appeal:
JACK60K. MPS . October 51 Tn an
ed'torial in yesterday's Clarion headed
'Judge Korean's Uistrii t." th follow
ing occurs: "They csrtainly do not
Wisn tbe district to be rnnrennntAit h
a Prohibitionist and abloodv ahirter.
not. the way is plain'' "Pro
hibitionist" shnold read "Protection-
ist.' Our compos tors are more fa
miliar with the flist term; but lest
careless type petting and p'oof read
irg 8hou'd injure Judrfd Morgin or
miarepresint (.Ten. Chalmrra. I sk
the favor of COrrctiou through vonr
LocisviM-a, Kt., October 22. The
Tinui publishes n intereetire co'.um
concerning the NcrtnwfB'ern conspir
acy and the attempt of tbe Conieder
trata uoverLDieiat to re eae th
Sou'.hein pnsoneis in the North. Tb
article eaya: The mott rensational
pnb.ication of rccret war his '.cry eve
made in this cou: try is about to be
made, after exhaustive effort, in Lou
isville. Since the death of tbe Hon,
Jacob Thompson renewed inrtrest has
been felt as to the disposition to be
made of his papers re atina to tbe at
tempt of the Cou f i derate Government
to release Southern piisoaera confined
in the North, to arm and organize
them, and by the c operation of those
toorongbly disratien-.d with Mr. L:a
coin's administration through the
States of Ohio. Indiana and Illinois,
create a diversion which would relieve
the pressure upon the arxv at the
front, TbeEe papers, and many others
relating to toe movement, are in tbe
hands of ex Chief Juhtice lliaep, of
Keutucky, who wb in charge ot all
active operations Mm jobn 15. Uaa
tleman, of this city, was the principal
aid to Judga Bines, and these two
gentlemeu hava for some time been
considering tbe advisability of giving
to the public full inf i motion rf what
is now generally knoanasthe "Aorth
The papsrs will be supplemented
by valuable public document?, and
the announcement is made tbat the
Southern Bivouac will beKiu the publi
cation ol all tbeae documents in tbe
December issue of that mazazine.
Tbe importance of the movement has
never yet been fully understood, nor
have the papers of trie .North eompre
hended the relations that existed be
tween the commtfsionera and the va
rious Copperhead organizations of the
.northwest, trie princpii oae ol wbich
was the "Soes of Liberty.'' The origin
of this movemf nt is traced to tbe raid
of Morgan through Ohio. Thoneh
this brilliant cavalry leader wa finally
captured and imprisoned, with tbe
chief officer, the raid itself developed
the f ct that there wg throughout
tbe Northwest great dissatisfaction
with the government at Waahii gton,
and this led the Confederate leaders
to take advantage of the disturbed
situation, and, if passible, reenre the
cooperation of there dssa'icfied
classes. The purpose was still
further strengthened by the euccscs-
ful euorts made by Uen. Morgan,
Judge Hines and others to escape
from the Ohio penitentiary. After
this event Capt. Hiaea was ordered to
K cbraond. ihere be conferred with
rresident Davis as to tbe bet meats
ot availing themselvesof tbe sitnation
in the North, and it was finally de
cided to make an organized attempt
to release the prisoners confined
throughout the Northwest. Tbe Fed
f ral Government had already reched
the determination to refuse the ex
change of prisoners, apd a movement
for their release wea absolutely nr-ess
aary in order to recuit the exhausted
armies of the South. Tbe dlicers'
purpose we s thertfre t) secore the
release of imprisoned soldiers, and the
commissioners appointed with this
end in view weie the Hon. Jacob
Thompson and the Hon. C. C. Clay,
with headquarters in Canada. Tt.e
operations were in charge of Judga
Thomas H. limes, with Jobn a.
Cattleman as (he chief adviser. These
gentlemen, in pursuing their plans
of operations, decided tnatthe eft', ct
rf the movement could be greatly
hightened by brirging into active s.-r-vico
the Sons of Liberiy and all the
dissatisfied classes in the North, and
this was determined upon. Thev
succeeded in largely identifying these
associations with their own organiza
tion, and they sy thit docunn nls will
be presentsd ilearly defining ths rela
tious tu ta ned by prominent peac3
men. anti-Llncoluiies and others
throughout Ohio, Indiana and Illinois
to thia g'gantic cenrpiucy. Theee
documrn s will not relate to mere
heat say, bat will be the official pnpais
passing bfttreen the le.dcrj of both
sections of this interior a-my. In
addition to the value the;e p tpors vi
have as a ccntribu'ion to the ercet
military history of the war, they will
throw a new light on the political
situation in the North. Amor g much
curious iuf jrmation there documents
will furnish is i. the fact that
even Mr. btniton wes at
one time eo despondent as to
the su(i:e-s of tbe war tbat he ex
pressed serions apprehension as to tbe
personal rafaty of the President and
his official associate, arising from his
knowledge cf the bitter and wide
spread dissatisfaction throughout the
North. The extent of the opposition
to the government at Washington
arcured among all clasees, among act
ive politicians and quiet citizens, has
never been so well showa as in these
rapei1, and they may have peculiar
and personal interest for a number of
prominent politicians. Some of the
Confederates engaged in the enterprise
were arrested, tried and executed;
others were arrested, but escaped for
want of evidence. Twice wes the dav
set for a general uprising and twice
was it postponed. The utmost secrecy
was necessary and it was wondei fully
preserved. Even at Washington very
lew pnpers ex si Dearing on trie epi
sode of tbe war, and the authorities
there, though they were able finally to
thwart it, never understood its extent
or the magnitude of the forces arrayed
"The story of the Northwest
weatern uopperneaar. for th's pur
pose all the pipe's of Jjcob Thomp
son, jeneraon favias le'ters of in
struction, and a vast amount of cor
respondence is in our possesion. Th
connection of Vallandiham with the
conspiracy will be shown, and there
will be other facts demonstrated that
will be of extreme national iaip iitance
and intsreer. it nea oen a iabr.r nt
years to get all thete. and the results
.... ,i. r. '
It will be remembered that Maj
uatienian was arreum while up
Aorth, waa throwm H'ti pi i on and
was awaiting trial and 'science when
peace was declared. Tua mission of
the Major and his associates bas never
been properly uodeis'o id up North,
nor even generally in the S.mth, many
thinking that their ebj et was In vio
lation of the articlea cf war, when in
reality tbey were unaer coinmisrion
ir im rresident uru and were sue
pliad with funds by the Confederate
tiovcrnment. Tbe htaitqudr'ers weie
fixed in Caned?, and executing their
mission Mai. Castleman and his asso
ciates encoun'ered tbe meat remarka
ble adventure. Judge limes had
some sensational esca.e-, once being
compe ua to cross ine rotomac alone
at night on the ie. All these inc:
dents are given in full and make up
soma most interesting itiries. Among
otheis one baiter is to be devcted to
St. Leger Grenthal, an ex-Biitish ( ni
cer, who took part in the urea'- schtme.
Ha wa arrested io Nev York and
bamehed to tbe Dry Tntngas, where
be ended his life by suic.de. He was
a typical soldier of for.une.
TOO HOARSE TO TALK,
Notice to Shippers.
nwTba Stutmtr JAMK8 LEE Utm THIS
DAY, Ootobor 23d, at 12 b.
JSMK3 LK. Ji , Fnp't.
TCT TUB TAYLORS EKTIIITSB AH
at $1 ii:n yai.
Seven Thonaand mt ('hntinnaoia
The Crowd In ynipainy
Now Wraps & Jackets
Novelties in Handkerchief
Silk Caps Scarfs.
Hawkins had his pock-t picked of $15 Tlrnca rSnAlti nrtil SilL'ta
iv.. nv,... v...i.:,i. von vn vfvrvo uuu Miiuut
ISMOUL TO TBI ArriiL.
Chattanoooa, Tgnn., October 22.
Ncthinu special to note en route from
Ul rksville except tnat Ex-Gov.
lest night. The candidntea reached
here at 1 o'clcck this morning and
restfd twelve hours, when the pro
cessions formed under the direi t on nf
J. A. Fairleigb, Republican, snd K. F
Shelton, Democrat, marshals and
twelve aides. After marching throngh
the principal streets they repaired to
the courthooss yaid and there tbe
speakirg was beard by some 7000 peo
ple. Xtie ciowd was with Ujb what
ever the plans of the Republicans may
have been in the gcttirg up of
the celebration. Tue Democra's
are cowing and ' the Republicans
are down in the mnutb. There
was a large crowd, a fair demonstra
tion and excellent order. A grand
Demon io victory is in prospect.
The Hon. II. U. Willi! presented Alf.
who thanked ths audieccs for their
coming out t) hear a discussion of
great principle1, and then he ex
plained the war of the roees and pro
ceeded to make hli usual speech. He
was not ro Well as ubdrL nor did hn
dn half to well as yesterday, but bis
party friends backed him np as well
as tney oouiu. ma reioiudar was
quite racy, but mad? with treat
hoarseness. The Bob. Creed T. Bates
introduced our Bob in a fine. eeLsible
speech. Bob nr the first hour was
fully himself, but his voice ah
meet failed him. His present
ment of the issues was powerful
and scatning to Kenubllc nism. leav
ing no stone unturned. The audience
responded wi h lis warmest sympathy
and approval, while the opprsuion
seemed chopf alien. Bob saw howthe
crowd waa going w;ta him, and he
was so inspired by tbeir evident cor
dial sympathy tbat he ross above his
physical (uSV.ring and bote the Ddmo
cratic banner . nrondlv a'olt. Mr.
George Uchs, on behalf of the ladies
ef Chettannoga, pretend d Bob with a
Deaut:tiii tnrai crown in a speech of
rare besnty and aprropruteuess, to
Lich Bob responded in a speech si
tnriiimgiy touching that lie won all
hearbrs, and the Democracy is jubi
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886.
Four and Hie Hiiccd Fucli Day.
KteepletbnMa uud llardle llnoo.
Many of theFaMNt llorav lu Aiuorlcii ulll piirtU lpuiC.-
Itucca oonnueiioe at 8:0 o'clooU p.m. -
HALF It 4 T FN ah all ICurroinli and NIohiiiIiahIh.
UNITED STATES TRADERS
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an-Ilea dnnnrte m for the PROMPT C0LLEC-
ll ;is ui motoi and aoooant).
-0ur Atlorrey will Nad Circulars to all
woo win wnto nr tbora.
F0K THE FLOOD SUFFEBEKS.
Qalvralon'a 'ommIltre Arlivrly al
Work Conlt Ibnllwna Itecrlved.
ihT -Vrrhm v i.K Ane '""J 01 tne ormwest con-
the rector of f5r i n& Bpitacy'" B,id GeD- Ba,il Dl,k. one of
n .1 . h "08t dashing leaders of the Con-
nr. It wy s among the lart?- ffl(,Arftt arm hn
colnmns, aa the Clarion will nt hn is-
8tisd ggiin ttnt'l the 27th. Vrr truly,
J. L. POWER. Proni-letor Clarion.
SnbHcribe for the AipcaP
federate army, "will bo the Rreatest
nifl'-nricai anu political sensation tince
tbe close of the war. It is needlesa to
Bay that there are thousands of mn
in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois who will
be deeply affecUd politically by the
revelation, and some of theeajrgeHtiona
made in political contests equal the
'There is no political surnoee in
volved in tbe publication." "Of
cinrse not. 'lite wonderful interest
that has devoloped in the secret and
official history of the war has s'mply
forced out everything connected witn
tbe etruifule, and the Northwest con
spiracy conns with the r.'Et as blng
reft to the deolf.ration of war itself.
Tbo moet important and thrillinir eni-
sode of national bictorv durice ihe
past twonty s!x yea s. TheBto;v in
volves the fctiem to capture the only
gunboat on the lakes, attack Chir-no,
rla e the Confederate prisoners at
Camp Cliaie, tha at'ack oo ht. Ionie
and th9 general upriingof tho North-
Galvkston, Tn.. Oclcbir 22.-
Mensnres for the rtlitf cf the ilond
Rnffertraat Sabine Pass and Johr son's
Bayou have in no wire abated here.
Tho ladies of Ualver tun have orgnn
i.ed an independent committee for
the purpose cf alleviating iha ordi-
on ot tneir unfortunate sisters.
Committees were appointed to can
vass every wrd. The la lies report
naving gnttiered 175 boxes of clothing
and supplies, and $250 in money do
nsVona. The cash lubrnriptions of
Galveston now Bfrgeggtea $'j700, shout
half of which bas teen applied. A
great many small donations, ranging
from$2Jto$50 and $100, are coining
from Texss and Loal.iana. Galveston
and Houston, thus lr, have con
tributed more than all tbe o'her
Southern cities and towns combined.
Houston has cent several carloads of
clothirg and ptovblocs and a couple
of thousand dollars. Tbe Mayor of
Becumont brs reivei a te'egram
from Mr. Huntington, ths rai.road
magnate, donating $1(X0 for the re
lief of the snflerers on behalf of the
Northern Pacific Ea I way Company ;
also, a t 'lenrsm from Col. A. II. Belo,
stating that President Cleve'and has
remitted to him a draft f $100 fur the
sufferers. It is est:maten that alto
gether about J 20,000 has been sub
scribed, bnt it is confldentiy expected
by the Galveston, Beaumont and
Orange Relief Committee that this
sum will ba increased to nearly $100,
000 within the next ten days.
-F.nOVKD AI IVR, In from 40 to 90
minuten. oomnletn. with hnnH. nr mi
rharvo. Modinloo plemant anil hnnile'1.
NO FAST1NU. Can ba mlininialaioJ ith
lafoty to child or ndnlt. Call on
in. m, nil Nmn ii,
At Mm. Dorkiel'i homo, 0"rnor Thiiil nnd
Mn'llpon tli. CnKi-ii.TiTinn rmt.
tTho ItunlneM of onr Iiouho
will be continued im hrre
CHAS. HERZ0G & BR0.
Doh'tI If a dealer offers yon a bot
tle of Salvation Oil in a mutilated or
defaced packege, dou't touch it it
may be a worthier counterfeit,
fallrd tu Conner.
Winnipeg, October 22. A Winni
peg company formed for the purpose
( f getting aline of railroad built from
Winnipeg to the botiuda'y, to connect
there with one of the IJniUd States
railwavs, in opposition to the Cana
dian Picitlc, has signally failed, all
the road; approached having refused
to enter into the project.
"Kkei a reliable friend alway on
ba'-.d," such Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
bai always proven itsolf to bd.
lloaed Their Nraalon.
Loi)iHVii.LB, Ky., Oc obi-r 22. Ths
eloping et'Fsions of the Nntioial Aso
riaiiou for the Adv nccrrent of
Women cl,B(.'d today. Kncmira'4ng
repor's by vica presiden's cf difToroot
Stales were rea l, staling progrers of
the good work,
No. .WU (2), R. D.-Ohanoery Conrt of Shelb
county BUM or lonaauoo lor nta, ato.
w. n. cuuer ti a'. 1 no. l?tM, n. v.
Momnhli City t. M. II. Btlllman ot al.
BY virtue of an intorlooatory doci-ee fo
tale, entered in tha aboT oauio on tha
ar.th day of Anrnat, 1HK4, M. B. 14. air b'X,
I will Mil, at public auction, to the hiahea
bidder, is front of the Ultra and M&Htar
offlca, CotirthoOja of bhfilby oounty, Mem
ihUi TonneiiiOi on
Batarday, SoVeuibar 13, 11186,
within local houri, tha followtns deaerlhad
proiwrty, eitnated ln Shelby oounty, Ton
111 it pait of lit twenty nlno (24), lyln
weft of and adliilniDi lot No. 28, In Cherry,
Oaldwell A Co.'i nubJlrlilon ot part of ooan
try lot Ml, known ai tho Artenal Ornnnde.
tho id oact part of lot 2 franlln 'i'l'A hot
on the no Ih iid of Oonrt itreet attended,
running bank 148 loet, and tbe eatt lino ot
aid lot beins aboot feet want of tha
northwest ooroor of Court and O'loani "ti.
aid loti owned by drfmdnnta, W. A. Hloi
fordandMre Marun II. tilillinan.
Terms nf Hale On aeraditof lix monthi:
note! with leeurlty 1 Hen retained; redemp
tion barred. Thia Ontobnr 18, 1HMI.
8. I. MoDOWBLh, Clark an ! Muter.
ByT. B. Cid all. Deputy O. and M.
Metoalf & Walker, an! Laurence Lamb,
Bolloitort for eomp n't. lat
Iry Goods, Notions, Hosier;
mimims FuiunsmrfG gqoh'J,
Nos. 323 and 838 Main St., M5mphl,:TrMI.
astM MBar.ctarlS Co.1 Plaids, Drills, Sheetlar, Bhlrtlmr, tfj
' XamMMOI aaa OAI7
.. - II Hi
FLOYD k CO.
(NVt'rENIUtinN TO V. N. KBiril),
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
aar Aat-ala for the rrlrliratrd URIKKH'OOII VIIRItlEO 41IINA, apclallj
'""w ror iioira, KwlHiiranli anil NtrainlioaN.iii
(UfX tMNOHN TO H. V. I.KK), JUBBEKN or
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Matin Ntreet.Opp. Court Eqnare, rfoiinlilH,Teiiii.
No. 2HH, R.D. Circuit Court of Rhelby coon-
tr, Tennenee. Mary B, Uodgei v. John
Itapi earins from tho petltlcn, which la
iwnrn to In thia oaue, that tha detenaant,
John Uodirei, la a aon-reiident of the Htata
It ia therefor ordered, That ha mke
hie appearance herein, at the coor'hoine, ia
in thn airy of MaiBphla, Tenn.. on or before
the third Monday in Norember net. MW,
and plead, aniwer or demur to r 1 h i n r i (T ' a
bill lor divorna, or tha aania will bo taken
for eonfrared a to him and art lor ocarina
ax nnrte: and that a copy ot in a order ba
publiabed once a weak, for lour auooeiiiv
we"ka, in the Mornphia Appeal.
UANIEL BCHLOSH, Clerk.
Py J. T. Tomllneon, Of nulj Clerk.
At rnerfiirplntntlff, John V. Mo-a. at
HKI't IWtlMltttUI, !
i' I.K.ialh St., WahinK.n. D. O.,
open October lMh. Proy-d a a inot cnlly
uncfulbu-inaaaaduoa'lan. Tnrmai Uleacbol
arahip, (! Jloardin, atationery, etc..
tw-lre wmka'eiurKe.l 6. Koroiroulurltxee)
ailUret Martin's CoBnuroiul Cvlleie,
OF MEMPJIIS-A HAVE l)P0tT. TftLSi' C0.-ANU
R. DUDI.RV 'R VNFR, lrllcnl. W. K. WII.M V.RSf'X. a .--Fri il.li al.
B. J. Bi.AO'K, C'aalilrr. tv.W. 11 tJKIl'l iku, Tflli r.
BOllD OI' DlRKI IOnN.
W. D. BBTIIRI,. J. R. O0DW1N. . 8. P I'EAD. W. N. WII.Kt RS0X,
THOH. II. AILKN, JNO OVKHTON.Ja , W.F.TAYLOR. K. XI. t-NUW UK v,
ti. I. MoDUWKLL, R. VVDLKi FKAYUKtl, Yiu. A WILLI AM.SON, K. J. liLiCK.
RAViaUM KHIKCIAI.LY BOLICITKIr. INIE'llMl' I'AIJ OM IIKlSir
THIS INSTITUTION 13 AUTU01UZKDL'NDKR TIIK LAWS OF TENNE33EB:
To do a (leneral Bnnkin Buslneaa, Discount Piper, etc. To ltuy nnd Sell R'ocka, Honda anil
Local Henuritioa. 'io llofelre Oeponits nnd pay I N 1KH US 1' Ihoreon. To line . t in t? ocuntiea
for Kitaiei, Minora, TruMop". and othara. To ai t as Trustco, Adinioistrutor, hxt cutor or
Uuardian, rame ai an Inillvlduill. To act aa tteoelver for Corporations, Jiit'iraiiti. and in
all flues of Trust. To Buy and Holl Knhaniie. Also, hare a blo Uopn'it Vuuit, wherein
Valuablea of all kinds ean be safoiy kept. A Oepnsitojy ot te Stuta ot Tnns.'oe.
aaHi'ecil Attention Paid to Oollcctiona. I'tilr inrnte H,cH u ily H '.licifcil.-n a
. . Ati -. oijuti
SToe, 84 aad JI6 llatllson street, IcmipJ:
TUBbustneraof onr houae will ke contlu-
ed a" li.r.totor.
I I'ltt I'tkNIIEIU e WELLFOKD,
Ml. it. L. LA'SlU,
PbjijlBti n, t'nrioou nd Ats'ou'tlior,
KEf D1LSCK AND 0M10B,
Zi3 Til&la tret'l, Ntiar I nloTi.