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MEMPHIS DAILY APrEAL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1886.
SEWS FR03I0YER TI1ESE1
TUB TISITOP THE GREAT FI
I ichooli, and that additional Gatling
gna bo porch d to turpi? one to
each lDiantry action, iw Dau'Ta,
attar a thorough itudr oi the Ameri
can weapon, that It could be male
aervlciable ia the hand ol the miiiiia.
ElRTlIQUAKE SHOCKS worth knowing.
aa-CAPITAI- prize, t7n.ooa.-sa
Tlcneia only 93. khara la preaor.
FELT IS SCMEROCS PLACES IT
THE SAME TIME.
T Bismarck GItm Rise to Ramon
f XaulbaiVi Cjolrliim A" Army
Created In a Day.
Biblin, November 6. The rerent
Visit ol lltif Trn Htlcbroder, British
Consul General here, and an authority
on financial questions, to Piince Bn
marrk hu (riven rise tt rumori on the
Bjurse that Prince Bismarck sought
llerr yon Bleichroder't view becauae
oi the eerious danger be perceived in
tht increasing iondceea ol Germans
for lorrign investments which yield
h'gh interests, hut ofler bad secniity.
The alarm felt by the Chancellor Is
taid to have arisen from the avidity
with which the Buenos Ayreao. loan
waa absorbed. An enormous amount
I Kossian itock ia already held in
Berlin, and the wi'dom of foreign in
vestment is being discussed by news
papers and financiers.
Kaalbara Inalala ipn Blamlsalon.
Sokia, November 5 Gen.Kaulbara
baa demand-d the dismiatal from of
fice f f the Print who expelled M.
Nebolain, a Rusn'an aubjei t, from the
Sofia Ccnncil chamber. The Prefect
bas c flored to resign in ordtr to relieve
the gwernnient of the oilllcalty, but
Gen. Kaulbars insists that he be dismissed.
WiNNino, November 6. After one j
week's bitttr dlicu sion in private, tbe
Nnrtha-Ast rVmnril came to an an' ce
ment la't evening on the re redi-
tiibition ol seats. Assiniboia will
hava thirtenn members. 8askatthwan
four and Alberta tight. As iniboia
held out lor seventeen members, then
fall in aixtAnn and then to tbntenD,
before the dogged resistance of the
Konkafohawan and Alberta number.
The Dotnliiion Government will be
not i tUnd la immediately reroaniza
the Territory as a Piovince and to ad-1
mit it into tne conleaerauon.
Bcmlndla England of Her Promise
Paris, November 5. The Ibpublup
Franco m refutes the arguments ol M.
John Lemoinno-, as contained in his
latter in vesterdiv't Matin. It de
clares that it is not a qtiesi m ol Rus
sia and Germany drugging France into
in adventure in f-gypt, out oi re-
m nd nif Knaland mat sne promiseu
to withdraw l orn Kgvpt. The present
Kgvptian regime, the Ipublnue Fran
caite says, is wore than tbat ol the
worst ol the Khedive's, and tends to
injure tbe interest! oi Europe.
A DEFENSE OF DOGS
While It Was Heart In Rome Places,
Charleston's TlxIUt on Was
Augusta, Ga.. November 5. At
12:29 o'clock this afternoon there waa
tbe severest earthquake ehrck sinee
Angurt 31st. It lasted twenty-five
seconds, and people rushed into tbe
streets. There was no damage done.
Washikotom, November 5. A slight
shock cf eaitbquake was felt here
about 12:35 o'clock p m.
at Raleigh, If. O.
Riliioh. Ni O.. November 6 A
alia bt eaitbquake shock, short in du
ration but quite perceptible, was fe.t
here at 12:25 o clock this atiernoon.
la Army Created, la a Day.
London, NovembBr 5. Tbe Army
and A'acy Uaulte says that when
Piince Aiexunder arrived at rhilip
popolis la t Buptemlier, 1885, expect
ing to have the Turks marching in on
hi in every day he was very much dis
appointed to find that the Eastern
ltoumelian Army corsiMed of twelve
weak and totally unsoldlerlike com
panies I Luckily, there was a suffi
cient supply of arms in store; to at
once he called out every male InhaM
tint between the sgos of 18 and 40,
and soon bad a mob of 35,000 men at
bis disprsti. These he divided into
"lota" ol 1000 each, which were num
bered throughout, giving bim thirty
fire battalions. Then he took the law
officer (cap'aint at tbe highest) that
be lonnd at his band, and give them
regiments and blindest He next
promoted all the non-commies'oned
officers to be rulers, givlog them
command ol battalions and companies
in due order, and finally he promoted
the whole of the privates of
taid twelve companies to be
non-commlesionei officers, dis
tributing them among the en
the force 1 Perhaps the inot original
thing ha did, however, was the way be
clothed the army, lie met requisi
tioned bv te'egram throughout the
conn try all the cloth he could lav bis
hands on, both in shops and private
honsrs, and bad it stored at Philip
popolis, giving "bonds" for the num
ber ol yaids taaen irom each Individ
ual. Then he ordered every tailor In
the length and breadth ol Rnnmelia to
be arrested and brought to Pulllppop
olia. lhere he had meanwhile pre-
f ared tbe House ol Prllament lor
heir reoeption, and when they ar
rived they were locked up in it to
gether w.ti all the cloth, were given
patterns ol (treat coats and eet to work
to make them. At first they were
nlkv. and meet ol them being for-
i eigners Greeks and auoh like they
appealed to their respective Consuls,
who remonstraU'd with Ilia Prince.
He sent tbe Consuls politely to the
right about, sayiDg he would inquire
inio the mat er when timoi wore more
: propitious. Meanwhile, tho refrac
tory Knights ol the Needle wade a
pretense at work, but turned out sach
veiy bad garments that they were told
their food would be stopped unless
they in proved. (The house was guard
For two daya they starved! Then
they gave in and sot to work properly.
Ou complaining ol want ol air ami
extro.ee, they were taken (or a walk
through the town under strong es
cort. Again the Conau's remonatrated
unWiHt Litis treatment ot their com
patriot tailori, and apttln they received
the same answer as bt lorn. At tbe
end of a few w'ka 35.000 men had
all good, warm greatcoats, a sheepskin
cap aod a pair ol "rpauts" (kiud ol
sandals). Round tht fr legs they wore
bandages, and under thtir coats they
. were allowed to wear what they
pleistd, according to the thermom
eter. Then be eet them to drill night
and day, and when tbe Servians de
clared war hebrigided these battalions
with his own regulurs oi the Bulgarian
array in the pio.rortion oi one battal
ion ol the iormer to two of the lutt-r,
and found that they fought pretty
well. We believe this is the lirat re
cord of any army being "manufac
tured" to oidor.
Increase la Emporia.
Maprid, November 5. The exports
lrom Kpin during October increased
nearly $5,000,000 as compared with
the same month ol 18H5. Hallo! the
increase was derived irom wines ex
ported to England since the new
treaty with that country went into
BT A i'OMPABIsJOJJ r THE !
Bl'PCD WtTlI THE BlfKU.
Doti Who Dance anal Dos Who
France The Puppies of tbe Far
lar and tbe Kennel.
To tht Editor! of tha Appaal i E3
Your article in today's issue on
"Bibles and Poppies ' furnish '8 some
food for rellecikn. My reflection
take the direction that people are
nrone to accept any statement they
see in print which can its an air of as
surance with it, ai trne without qnes
tion. For init-tnce, the Arkanitu Me-
uar turns "Tennessee pays $0,01)0,1)00 to
support its dogs and :t,000,0ii0 to edn- b lon(j ,um)t,iiDg. It
ca'e its childien." The Btarkvllle 8t)conds, end people ru
Mock Journal says : "Tuere is not a liv- ,tieet. No damage wai
Tba Preraler'a Ilrolher.
Pestb, Novemhor 6 The llorr
Tina who made a speech In the Hun
garian delegation last night relative to
tbe duty cf the members touching the
Eastern question was not the Pie
mier, but his brother.
The Emperor Will Itraft a Saw
Ailtlreaa lot Kmolka.
Pastn, November 5. The members
ot the Minis ry disavow President
tuiolka's speech in the Austrian dele
gation yesterday. It is teported that
in conseqiiecce of the rpeech ol llerr
rJmolka. the Emperor considered it
necessary to redraft bis aJdiess which
will ba delivered tomorrow. Count
Kalnokv. the Auetro-UuiiKarlan For
eign Minister, in answer to inquiries
from Anatrian de'ejates sa tbat he
disapproved of llerr bmolka'a Bpeech.
Ia tbe Interest af Peace.
Vinha, November 6. The Prtm
eoneide the speech of President
Hmolka, in the Auetrian Delegation at
Pesth yesterday, a warning in the in
terest of peace, and says: Excluding
tbe idea of immediate action, be only
desired in view of the difficulty ol the
mirnent to furniah the delegation
with an indira'ion that would usefully
a-nide their lubnr. 1 he i'rmr h contl
dent that it is possible to maintain the
pease of Europe.
Ottawa. Ont.. November 6. ton
Mitldliton, c jn mandt-r ol the militia
of tbe Cominirn, in bis anr u u repori
will recommend that the Gatling guns
now held by A and B batteries be
transferred to two of the infancy
ing man who would be able to count
the dogs in Mississippi, i ira in
clined to believe theie is more reason
in the last etfttement than that of the
if,lwr. Are tbe dogs in Tennessee
a.inr to count than those in Mis.ls
sippi? II they can't be counted how
does the ilittor arrive at accurate
data about tbe coot ol maintaining
themT Suppose I should aeseri
"There are 10.000.000 spent in edu
entinir the children ol Tennessee.
Oaly a lew hundred thousand dollars
are spent In leading her dogs, and
they are for tbe most part hall
starved. Docs are useful as well as
children, and are entitled to some at
Who is there that could controvert
this statement T
lama friend to children, they have
no warmer friend and 1 am a friend
to dogs also. I am not willing to see
lbs poor dumb brutes slanJeied and
villifled without aitemmioir some de
fense lor them, as they cannot dt fnd
themrelves against the newepapers,
thouirh thev are frequently called
n non to de'end their masters ajMiris-.
thieves and burglars. I believe t'int
verv lew sheen are killed bv drgi, if
tbe statistics could- be had, and tbat
dogs that are forced to kill she p for a
living are mors ainned against man
sinriing, hecauss their meters will no
feed them. Tho dog is m:u. a
own ctcation "like manter like
don." Is riot very far from
the murk. The "woithlrsi curs'
are lie it orally owued by worthless cats
ol the biped persuasion. There are as
many different grades of dogi ai there
are of men degraded men make an
graded dogs. There ate dons who are
as perfect gontlemen, according to ci
nlne et quMte, as you will find wenr
ina swallowtails at a fashionable ball,
and mayhap with more brains in their
beads tuaa some of the swallowtails
pcssBfS. 'inen mere are ags oi
greater heroi-iiu than you will find
among soldiers on the ba tlo fidd.
There are don who evince ore faith
ful friendshln for man than his nearest
kin. And ytt every dig it a mark lor
some brutal rraa's I ot. Treat a f'og
kindly and you will always be repaid
by his gratitude, unlets tie has lost all
C'infliuni'e in men by cont-tct with
them. Hie a dog walking aodately
down the road, and three bijs etand
iiuon tho corner. Each one hastens
t ) hit him Hist with a Btone, and then
they yell in exultation as be scunies
off on threo legs. I have a dog that is
invaluable to me. becauee ho protects
my wife and children in my abjence.
No thief dare oome on my premls- s at
night. 1 knew a dog to rave the life
oi a little boy who waa attacked by an
infuriated buck. Un hearing toe
boy's cries he ran a hundred yards to
tits rescue, seiasd me buck or ine
throat and saved the child's life, who
was down on tbe ground and on tbe
point ol being gored by the buck's
horns. I have owned many dogs of a
higu degree ot intelligence and educa
tion. They were worthy companions
and useful allies. ' I dare aav there ure
50,000 mon in Tennessee who can lay
tha same. As to the cost ol maintain
ing doirs. they generally eat what
would otbetwtse be thrown away. No
man will feed a dog uultsi he consid
ers ban worth, feeding. There are
doubtleis "woithless curs," both
among the quadrupeds and bipeds,
that tbe community wonld be better
without, hut t ie prevalence ot the
one is the direct sequence ot the ex
lat nee of tlio other.
Tne man or boy who never pos-
seesed a doe that inonev couldn't buy
has bnt a laint appreciation ol the
possibilities ol life. naicx
At t bnrleatoa, S3. C.
Chablsstok. 8. C. November 5.
There ws a alight but marked eh"ck
of earthauake in Charleston at vzvza
o'clock this afternoon. This was tbe
first chake in a week and was lighter
than that cf October 22d. No damage
is tepoited and no interruption ol
At Macon, da.
Macon. Ga.. November 5. A slight
earthquake shock was felt here at 1:27
o'clock this morning. No damage reported.
Savannah. Ga.. November 6. A
sharp ehock of earthquake was frit
here just as the ciucks were tinaing
At KlcbnionU, Vs.
Richmond Va., November 5. Two
slight shocks of earthquake were felt
here at 12:30 o'clock p.m. Vibrations
nerd f alt sensibly in the upper stories
At Tybee Island.
Washington, November 5. Tybee
Island reported it the beavieet felt
there sincu August 31st, and preceded
rushed into tbe
mage was done beyond
tha cracking ol glaes
At bealcrflcld, 8. C.
Cuablkmton. S. C, November 6. A
severe ahrckof earthquake was felt at
Chesterfield, a. (J , at o cloiK
p.m. rue same snocx mas it u at
Laurens, N. O., and was the heaviest
exper.enced there since August 31st.
An Acconnt of the Brilliant Har
rlace of Dr. Thomas E. Edwards
and Blai Jennie Roae
ISraOIAL TO THB APPBAL.I
Sknatoiiia. Miss., November 6. On
Thursday evening last we bad one ol
the mott brilliant events I the sea
sonthe marriage tl Miss Jennie
Rshorongh, ol Hard is, t3 Dr. '1 Dos.
E. Edwards, of Memphis. Tbe nup
tials were celebra'ed at tbe Methodist
Episcopal Church, the Rev. Dr Kose
tmiouh (brother to tbe bride), as-
sis'edby tbe Rev. S. O.Caldwell, cfflci-
sttt g. The attendants were ir. u. v.
Francis, f Memphis, and Mies Jennie
Thompson, of rjardts; Mr. F. W.
Knapp, of Memphis, and Miss Helen
ItosehoroUiih, ot 8ardis. The nehers
were Mr. O. M. Weems and Mr. W. K.
11 ruard, of Sematobia, After the cere
mony tne bridal party and invited
iine-U retired to the residence ol Gov.
G. I). Khands, where an eleg'nt re
ception was tendered them. Thepres
ents were numerous and band-oino.
The bride is beautiful and higbly
accomnllshe l and will be sadly misled
by a linst of admirers. The bride
groom is a popnler specialist of Mem
phis. Among those present were Dr.
and Mrs. Caldwell, Mr. and Mre. N. A.
Taylor. Mr. and Mre. J. J. Hoe-
bo ough, Mr. tud Mrs. T. P. Hill, Mr.
and Mrs. W. i Mill. Mr. and ana. J
W. Caldwell, Mieses Freddie Thoma,
Annie Cal lwe'l, Uora Kiitord-Urcster,
Minnie Nlaten. Nt Rosebornugh, Flor
ence S.eddter, ol Memphis; Messrs. P.
Shrivor, W. E. llosial and W. i.
Yapp, el Memphis; Walter Davis,
Will reciv, k issoorougn ita per ana
others. Tho happy couple have tbe
be-t wishes of a horjt ot admiring
friends. Tiiey 1-ft this morning for
Momphis, their future home.
Block Exblbiilon and Races on the
Iroo Dlltera which ha been a house
hold romcdy .in every part of the
I'nlUd Uilv fur j-iurs, cnJoy and de
ervw the repuutlun It hua won aa the
moat perfect blood purifying medicine
ever prcpurcd. Its combination of the
best and wart powerful alteratives
to be found In the world of nature,
wllha preparation of iron, which It haa
been dbcovered will not produco con
mlpntlon or Ucadai lie, ranks Ha pro
duction with Uieaevcn wonders of the
In no other blood purifying meilieina
are tbe same IrcngthcnliiK propertlei to be
found. The secret of the combination of
Brown's Iron Jilttera U so valuable to human
beings, and so beneficial to human life,
that it to but Just and right thut It nbould
remain tn the aolc possesion of lu dis
covers, tho Drown Chemical Co., and for
Uiclr benefit. They do their duty to the
world when they offer llrown'a Iron
Hitters In 1U perfected form that ena
bles the ufferor to be hln own phy
sician. If your stomach Is dinon;anlied,
unable to do Its duty, falling through lack of
action to assimilate the food you eat, unable to
assist In lu digestion, among the serious re
sults, the most tormenting, the most unbeura-
able, the most depressing la Dyspepsia.
1 ' Its torture all kuow. When It becomes
-1 i tuan it I. tn.it...tion.the onlvsure
cure for which Is Brown's Iron Hitters.
Belter th in a cure is prevention, nnd
Brown's Iron Bitters uiken at the sllghest
warning of this disturbance is a sure
preventive of dy-pepsia and lndl
gostion. These warntiis In the form of
constipation and dull headaches should
be heeded. Brown's Iron Bitters will
cure them. All other iron medicines
produce them, and if they are warnings
of a disordered stomach it needs no sug
gestion to the thoughtful mind to seo that
Brown s Iron Bitters Is the only Iron medicine
thut should be taken to regulate and strength
en, to renovato and build up the tired, ex
hausted or worn out stomncli. Being the
greatest blood purldor known to medi
cal science, Browns Iron Hitters must
therefore be the best stomach regener
ator and strcngthener, for the Impuri
ties of the blood must be removed, and
tho weak, watery, vitlutcd condition
strengthened before tho action through
the stomach upon the system can be
iwrfi ctly healthy. Wo are not alarmists,
lut wo tell the simple pluiii truth when
e affirm that all the ills of the body
wise from Impure blood, whether wcuk
ind watery or tainted 1th scrofula or
)ther humors. Ulcers lu the stomach,
veakness of the kidneys, Imictive slug-
jlsli liver, all follow thec conditions of
-.he blood. Attendant up n these troubles
hlch result In general debility and a wast
ing away of tho whole bodily and mental
strength, are impaired digestion, loss of appe
tite, loss of streuiith, languid fecllUR,
weakness of the muscles, eruptions of
tho skin, pallid sunLcn cheeks, dropsy,
dlulwtes, Inflammation of tho bladder,
rheumatism of the heart, sleepless
noss, catarrh, dlsitincss, piles; but why
continue the list, for If It produces
terror to read them, then it Is horror
to suffer ther . They can all ho cured
by the faithful uso of Brown's Iron
Bitters. Its effect is to strengthen the
body and muscles, repair tho appotlto
and remove Indigestion, to promote
healthy refreshing sleep, and cause the
pallid checks to resume a rrosn nea-.tny
appcaranco and the eruptions to disappears
The most delicate stomach will not be nau
seated by Brown's Iron Hitters, the most
sensitive organization will not revolt at
Its use as In tho case or otner iron
medicines. Ladles will alvnyt derive
benefit from It, and one important truth
In regord to Brown's Iron Hittens Is that
It Is the only Iron medicine that will not
Injure or discolor tho teeth. Olvci to
children In smull and frequent dose?
It Is of untold value In strcnKtheiiinjr
and toning up their system, repairing
the waste of ueluro nnd fumlsliliif! them
endurance for tho wear of rehool duties
upon their proving bodies. Once more
then Brown's Iron Bitters is adapted to
Hie old and younsf, mule nnd feioiile, is
Ihc best blood purlfyimr. vln-nirtheiiliis
tonic ever iniiiln. In S..M everywhere.
Trice only onelollar a h'.itie. prepared
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Cnaritable pnrposes with a eapital of tl,
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000 has since been added.
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(are ot the bodr. The rtrtcirnnno, ol t I
mure iinortant funoti.ns, auob.sd aesllun
biliarr teorelton an 1 an artire eiroulatn n u
Vi blood, are interrupted br It In a (realer
or less desree. as the development of the
eotnplaint is isoiiil.it or mature. Not at
onre, of course, bat with reasonable prompt
itude, llottter s bUiuiaob Hitters will re
move every stmp'em to which it slves rise
a. well as the minor mai.di.a taat sorins
from it, amons them indimstioo and ehronio
bilioasnes. From drenchina eathartlos it
is vain to hupefor permsnrnt benefit and
ther. are few pnrsatives that ere not violent
and profuse In their o. .ration. Vine P'll
and calomel are design d to aot upon the
liveronl), and taken frequently are pernl
e eus to health. 1 lie Hitters prodaoes relax
alios of the bowels wi'bout uain. and a re-
n.w.l .1 thir r.uul.ritv It .l.u nonauerS
fever and ague, rheuui.tism, neuralgia and
inactivity ol tne aianeys.
Tranble llelneen Opera Mngere.
Kaw York, Novembirr '6. Tbe
trouhld in biiinor APitulo's I'aMau
Oiiera Company Is likely io end in
liw Buit. Ttie Sitnor and Mme,
Vi'di, tli prima dotinn, ste tit outa
Mme. ValiU SL'teeii to put in a cum
ol tiioii'T and lec mif apaitner in tlx
t" tiro, but ivU.I to c!o to. TliS guor
Ma'tt-tint le will aut rid olftlnifl,
V Ida, smI tlie Ma.lHino utate-' ti at
she will pet rid ol l .o H gnor. Yakla
BinRS in lgul:tto tuuijfht.
aitAKTTWN TOInjr.KriAt. !.
t'A I.KMK, 313 Sixth St., WaBbinttm, D.
0. Provides practically usoful busino edu
cation. No teniisnor vacations, btudents
enter at any tim.. Terms: Lite scholarship,
140. Twolve weeks' Coarse, Board, etc, 75.
Bend for circular. .
ISrsont to tsb irriiul
BitowMSTii.Li. Tbns.. November 5
The stock ahow and rac?a at the f irm
of S. J. Jarratt yesterday were largely
attended. Tbe races were good and
the exhibition of blocded stcck was
tha finest ever seen in Iiaywood
county. Our farmers see the import
ance of improving their stock and
have gone to work ia earnest. Mr.
Jarralt deserves great praise for his
big enterprise in getting up this atlair.
The cet'on receipts Here yesterday
were over 400 halt s, the largest in any
day since 1879.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrnp
should always he usod when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
verv pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softeuB the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the boat known remedy
for diarrhoea, whuther arising from
teething or other causes. Iwenty
flva rents a hottln.
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVES
w OIL AND 1MB. .
nr., , f 1 1 .vt.Vwr"
popularity of "Wilbor's Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" bsnnauced some un
principled persons to attempt to palm off a
simple artiole of their own manufacture!
but any person who is sufiorins from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be earetul
where they purohase this article. The re
sults of its use are Us best recommendations,
.nrf tha nrnnrletor has ample evidenoe on
file of Its rreet sucoess in pulmonary oom
plalnts. The Phosphate of Lime possesses a
most marvelous heailrig power, as oomhined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil bv Dr. Wllhor.
It is prescribed by the medical faculty, polo"
by A. 11. YVaaoa, Chemist,. Boston, and all
Gives Rs'taf at
ones aad Cares
or Powder. Free I
Drugs and Oflen-.
slve odors. I
A particle Is applied into each nostril ana
Bv maM, resii
PLEASANT TOJilJ ms':
THE GREAT BLOOD
Tor DrapepslnH rtornnyeioansa
Ol the Dldcstire Orjaiii and tha
L,Ter, Skin Dlaonaea. I'ute, Burns,
oalda and Kruim e. ACID 1UON
AHTIl la a apoclflo.
Rbenuiaslsm, malarial Dleor
dere. Chronic Diarrhea and es
atlnate cneee of niood Poisoning;,
yield without fall to Ita wondar
tal aauraUwo aawsrr.
Aan tes-ffirM n&snpfelet, ha Ssavd
I sail doalara a aeat, paataaad,
from tho A. I. E. Co., nnMle, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST!.
At Wholesale by YAN Y1.EET& CO.
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaoes
Cream Bon ltons, Fine French Handmade treami anu
Eon Lous, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
You can find these goods ' AT RETAIL," in any quantities, at
The Peters & Sawric'Co.'s Retail Establishment,
Jfo. 43 Jtii'erwoii Street, Opposlle Their Factory.
These are the finest Confections that the Memphis Pnblie have over had the opportunity
to p srohape.
v&Try Our " !Vew Trew in l.oaf" "Ieltoiouu,,'ai
Z. N. ISTK3.
S. 8. SPICKR.
W. B. DO AS.
Ti. . AT
Tnts BELT or IU
tenerr tor is made ex
pressly I or me ourt
(of degeneration ol
the generative or
gans. There Is no
mistake abou thisln
, strum.nt th oon
Itinuoui stresm ol
meating through tha
I Parts must restore
lein to healths action. Do nut confound
this with Klectrio Belts adyerttsed to cum
all tils from head to toe. It Is for the ON t
speoifie purpose. For oiroulars giving full
ntormatllon. aauress tneevor jiioowiw
Co.. 1 Washlnrton street. Chloar . 111.
A book of 100 pages.
A he best book lor
anadrei tiser to eon
suit, be he esperl
enoed or otherwise.
oontnint lists ol
Price 50 cents st DruggisUl
st.rod. 60oenis. Circulsrs free.
yruKKit's, owego, i. i.
lA.klD's TOHiO without ilf-lnv. It bfts ears
lf!? V.r "ow orYiwee'"! ' 'I" l;t nmrdy for;
flWUon.nf the thronland lungs Mil diK-fe arlill
Iniintllnir Rirnlnrt lw. "'! "lowly rtiltllnit to U
n ."Sfwuf liTnTo-l.-. r-''l "ir h.IUi l.v the tlnji
vengtb to IU. agydauJs"1""- at PruygnU.
W. N. UA1DEMAN.
President of the Great L0UIHV1LLB COU-K1KH-JOUKN
AL CO.. Ulls wnat
he knows of
Winter8mith'8 Chill Cure.
Orricsor ths Coraisa-JocssAt,
Ttr. WSatmrniia Sir: 1 waive a rule I have
nh.md for many years, tbe value ol your
remedy prompting mo to say. in rep y to M a chnoery Coart of Shelby
vour rana'',"'?"' eAoMvV-Statoot ionnessaoTata!. rs. W.
I had, and the good results of its effects I
had observed oa Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had been lore
man of "r office, induaed me to test it in
iiyfe t tT. The results have been entirely
saiafti-sry. Thl first ease was of two
I tart' landing.lt which I believe every
lowt ainady hi i been tried with teinpo-
r.j-jrtli l tne on us returning periouicaiiy
id ('!' svemt iriy tnereasea severity.
S id l
A - sremi irly
a orose u etn at once, ana tnere aas
ki.ni recarrente of them for more than
sis mil .as.- 1 ne otaer case was ol a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals until your n'edicine w.w used, since
which time, now several mouths, they have
entirely dispieared. Kroiu the opportu
nity 1 hsve had to judge, I do not hesitate to
express myeelinf thut vuur Chill Cure is a
viiunMc si'-ifi". and perloruis all you
promise for it. ''lUliDEM AJf.
ARTHl'K PKTKR A CO., Ageuts, Louis
ey ei ai. .... .
I virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
I J an, . entored tn ne aoove osuse ou inn
lVh dtf ot May, IH M- .?.
1 will sell at public suction, to the high
est bidder, In front of the t'lerk and Mas
ter's office, eourthoose ol Shelby county,
Memphis, Ten nestee, on
Saturday, aannihw IS, inaa,
within legal hou'S, tho following described
property, situated in i-htlby oounty, Ten
nessee, to wits .
Lot 14, Keol subdivision oountry lot 0.-3
frontins HS'ifcot on tlie east sido of Mnin
street and 14H1, fret on iho south side of Sat
farans street, and tuuning bi-k to lino ol
oounlry lot W.Vl. ....
Tonus of bale On a credit of s-g months!
nolo wilh security n-'iu rnl: lien retained
redemption bstrrd. Jlu's tVloOer IH, lvy.
. 1. MuLlOW r'U., Clerk and Master.
r-v T. D. C-.lilwe l, liei'Uly C. andal.
F. 11. A t W. Heiskclloiloilurr.
S and estimates oi the cost ot ao
The advertiser who wants to soon d
. Sn-l. i. u the Information he re-
i... -mi. in. him who will Invest one
hur.drod thousand dollars In advertising, a
scheme It lndioated whioh will meet his
every requir.taent, or can be made to do so
by slight ohanirw easily arnyed at by corre
spondenoo. One hundred and fifty-three
editions haro been issued. Bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten oaa Jj. Apply to G k.0.
P. KOWKLL A CO.. NKW6PAPER D
VBHTISINU BUREA'MO Hpruoest. tPrint
a Honse Hfiuarei. New York.
w .-114 Tn fh. rti.no.re nonrt or bhetoy
county, lenn. i. 11. otuan ..
It appearing from bill which Is sworn to In
this oaufe that the defendant, Mattie Stuart,
Is a non-resident of the State ol Tennessee.
and that tbe is a resiaent oi toe ierruoi v,
Montana; . . . . t
It It therefore ordered, That the make
her appearance herein, at the oenrt uiuse tn
Memphis, hhelby oounty, Tenn., on or before
the Aret Monday in December, 1S8, and
..-1 n.wM.o.if.mitr tn cnmnlainant S bill.
or the same will be taken for oonfessed as to
ber an 4 set lor Bearing ex panel anu
oopy of this order be published once a weak,
lor four successive weeks, in the Memph
Appeal. This 7th day of October, lsbo.
H. I MaDOWKLL, Clerk and Master.
By T. B. Caldwell. Deputy 0. and M.
tieo. B. Peters, Sol. lor oompl'nt. sa;
(SfJCCaAHOBS TO KBTES, DOAH CO.)
7Lolesale Grocers and Cotton Factor
Nog. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tessf
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Rot. t..r.t. for tha following First-Class InstrnmsnUt
STEIISTWY and KNABE
MAKTOS Kranlch &. Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKCsl ANN Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
aa-A NEW T-0CTAVK PIANO FOR l0.-w
Write for Cstslotmes. lVo. 221 ami 833 Woeonrl Mreet. WemphM.
W. B. HALLOBT.
W. 1. CRAWFORD.
CRAWFORD & GO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And niinisjIon Mercliaiits,
372 & 374 Front St.. Cor. Gayoso, Memphis Tenn.
LORD, DIEHL & DANBURY,
(8UCCKS30HS TO IOBD5 DIKIIU,
1 1 MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS Of
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
ma-a . m .n M J TTT Ytnilfaiaf MIDflTr Al
,rPDHE aPPl.as IEK, in Barrels and Half Barrels, a specialty,
o. goa Front SI reel ...WeiHi'""
S. H. BRDOKS.
H. M. KEELY
BROOKS, KEELY & CO.
1 GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
Tbe rla;lnil and Only (tannine..
and alwar. RnlishU. Itnworcof WO
1 .! luiitations. lmli-M-.nsatile to I. A ll
. your DriiKiclNt i0r "t Stt.brwtr
Kueli 'aid take so other, or inolnf
istatnn' to os for rarticnlnrs t 1 bit
rtuiru niall. a PAl'tM. uni
rriretr H4uilral Vf.
ail :fn!liMn Niienr', Fhtla'lrs., '.
4 TIIAIVH supplied by E0. C. ttUODWI!?
H bul talcAs;euis Boat 'Nnss,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 3G7 Front Street, : Memphis,, Tenn.