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CRIMES MD CASUALTIES.
TO t'BlNE JAMES
the Express Robbery
a Decoj A Lawjer
Et. Loots, Mo, Navember 5. A
special t orn Nevada, Mi.,siy: Frank
James, the u traio robber, received
the (olloirg letter yesteicUy ontain-
lug lour new task bills:
St. Jog, Mo.. October 31
Frank Jamer, Esq. i
Dear Sii Peace accept tfce in
elof ed as a menr-iito of tt e late 'Frisco
tra'n robbery o( October 25tb. Youis
trmly, " cdmmings.
Tbe icc'.oure consisted of. lour nn
slened ua'ional bank notee, made (or
the Merchat ta' and Plunters' National
Bark of Kb rmsn, Mo. The notes were
one $20 and three SlObi'ls, the latterof
wbich bid not been attacnea trotn
each other. 1 he letter was written in
an evidently disguised band, and was
mailed from bt. Joe on .November 3d,
Manager Damsel, of the Express
GamDiDV. wi enown trie above dia
patch at d said that the dettjttiYt'B were
already following np the clew con
tained in it, bat he did cat kno
whether thj money stolen October
2oth entrained tLat received by Frank
James ytsterUay or not. lie wonld
aiiertam, however, as soon as possi
ble. He had two theories in regard to
the affair. The real robbtr had sent
the letter to turn suspicion upon
James ana put tne detectives on a
wioiig trail, or e se some over zealous
deieuive really tur light that Jim Cnm
miriKS and Fiaok Jam's were one and
wanted to see what effect the receipt
of tee le'ter and bank notes would
have npon him and wlat dieprs'uion
he would make of them. The matter
would be fully investigated end might
lead to seme interesting developments.
Superintendent Damsel, of the
Adams Exprecs and Robert Pinker-
ton, the detective, visited the grand
jury room in a very mysterious man
ner jnst before neon today. No
definite information regarding the
object of the visit can be obtained but
inference is that they either asked the
jury to indict Fotheringham, the mes
senger, who was recently robbed, or
requested the jury to i sue a bench
warrar.t for his arrest. Fotbeiing
ham's mother h s arrived and it is un
derstood that she will take legal
measures to p'ocure the release of
her son from the custody of the ex
piots people, and to prevent this, it is
presumed, the express tfficials took
the action iney did trxiay.
A Lawyer Rbol Upon ibe Preaenla
tiun t Inliu.
Chicaoo, III., November 6. A
special from Eau C aire, Wis., says:
Uan.v A T nun a I.i.a. ...... ;n
. j . . j n in n j l'i . nru, UUL J 11
the country near Careyville yesterday
to collect a claim of se veial hundred
dollars from a farmer named Charles
Steinhofl, and g t a mortgage of se
curity tor otner claims. A quarrel en
sued, and Kteinboff shot Levy in the
temple. When Levy returned to con
sciousness he drove to uateyville end
from there was brought to his home
near here. Physicians probed fur the
ball, but were unable to extract it. He
is now delirious and is not expected
to recover. Levy has been nnable to
tell any connected story. He (aid
bteiohcff shot him and when he re
covered consciousness Steinhofl had
Oaaaht Tanaperlaa; With a Bwlteb.
Chicago, III., Novembers. A man
who gare his name as lhomas Collins
was ai rested ast light while tamper
ing with a Lake Shore fw tch. He was
held in $1700 bail. He was recog
nised as one of the former employes
of the rOEd.
Arrested Upon the Charge of Corn,
Chicago, III., November 5. An
other Pii kerton employe, ramed E.
M. Lance, was arrested lust night
charged with complid'y in the mur
der of Teirence B;gley, who was .fa
tally shot at the close of the recent
stock yards strike.
A Bebaaaer and 47S Tons of Iron
Chicago, III, November 5. A spe
cial irons uneDoygan, Mich., says:
The schroner M. SUlker, having on
board 475 tns cf iron ore and bound
from Eacsnaa to Cleveland, cunk at
an ear y hour this morning about
even miles above this place. It is
supposed she ran into the propeller
Asaac May rr uer encort. Sbe is
owned in Vermillion, 0., aid was
commanded by L. Pelton. Pelton and
nis crew tf evtn men arrived here
events snd important movements g
ins on in the w old.with soms respect
1 1 the relative importince of subjects.
This will srpesr at the clrse of e-ch
vo'ome. Second, a rery full index,
with c'ssMficitiPiis, which a'especia'ly
adapted io the purposes of the Rtview.
This we believe io be the meet pratti
Cil eyaiem of indexing yet devised.
Tea November number of American
Art will be i ubliehed about ihe 10th
of November. Its hading full-pge
illustrations will be a steel p'ate bird
jvttu'e, by Mes m. John A. Liwell &
Co., for a front ppi'ce; a tinted draw
ing of asc-ne in Holland, by L-u s K.
Harlow; the library in the house of
Dr. R. C. Flower, on Commonwealth
avenue. Bcs'on. bv W. H. Garrett: a
Jipanee interior with figures, r-jr
bbirayama Darii. the Japanese artist.
acd a prouo cf designs in metal work.
by H D. Muri hy. There will also be
sm tiler drawings illustrating several
attie'es, and a piofueion of head aid
tail pieces snd ornamental letters.
such as made the pages of the October
nnmb r 83 thoroughly artistic snd
pleieiog to the eye. The ar.ic'es of
the number will be "An Artistic
Home," by Frank T. Robinson : "Chats
About Art and Artiets in JaDan."
eecond paper by Lnuis Wertheimber j
"CutG'afs;" "Metal Work:' ' Round
about Sketches," by A'f -ed Trumble:
"Comment and Review;" 'Home
Decoration ;" "MifcsiUneous Topics;"
"American Ait Notes." Order through
Mansford.s Only 25 cents per copy.
"Colont Lin in Pocthkbn Cali
fornia," a beantilully illustrated ar
ticle by George II. Fitch, in The Cot
mopoliian for November, sets forth the
charms to the invfB'or of money and
to the seeker aftt r health, of the mnst
attractive district in the New World.
"The Great Conservative Reaation,"
bv Frank Warren.' in a thnnoht'nl arid
philosophical but remarkably bright
and entertaining diecuision of a world
wide and astonishing movement in
politics. "The Revenge of CK jone,"
by W. U. Allen, is a long and noble
nrem worthy ol the genius of Keats.
Ia "The Story of My Escape from a
R sum Prison," Nicholas Saknev. a
student in the University of Moscow,
ai rested for nihilism, gives a graphic
account of the shocking cruelties tj
which he was subjected by the Rus
sian Government. "The Canadian
Children of the Cold." bv J. Mac-
dooald Oxley, is an entertaining ac
count of the Eskimo recently repor ed
to have been driven to cannibalism
bv starvation. Of tbe several stories.
"Love at First Sigh'," by Lndovic
Hilevy is the longest and most charm
ing. "A Thanksgiving Dinner and
How to C ok it," by Ca harine Owen,
in The Household, is a'.nne worth the
price of the magazine. Published in
Rochester, N. Y.
Thc November cumber of the
Princeton Review opens with an excel
lent paper on "The Modern Novel," by
Thomas Sergeant Perry, whose fruit
ful studies of the classical school of
modern writers are widely known.
Dr. McCosh adds to bis previous ex
positions of the subject a very cogent
and comprehensive eta ement of
"Realism: Its Place in the Various
Philosophies," in which he traces the
presence and development of realism
in the various speculative svetems of
the past and present. Prof. Francis
Brown tells the interesting story of
the discovery snd recovery of the Oid
Persian,' Assyrian and Egyptian texts
in an article on "The Resurrection of
Buried Linguagas." Mr. Arthur H.
Hadley's diecussion of "Railroad
Abuses at Home and Abioad" has
srecial and timely value because of
the light it throws on matters of cur
rent discussion. "Sham Legislation"
was written behind the scene, and
presents an inside view of legislative
manners and methods. The removal
of ancient courtesies between the
French and ourselves will reawaken
interest in tbe services of Lafayette.
one chapter of whose romantic career
is de ightfully recalled by Bayard
Tuckerman in an article on "Ttie En
listment of Lafayette. 1776." It is
now known that Miss Grace King was
the author of the very dramatic story
of "Monsieur Motte, which appeared
in the first number of the New Prince
ton, and attracted wide attention: a
eecond story from her hand, "Madame
Lareveillere," maiks a decided ad
vance over her earlier effort, and is a
piece of literary work of very unusual
MEMPmS DAILY APPEALSATURDAY, NOVfiMnF.il 6, 18S$
MR. SPEAKIH CARLISLE!
AIC0U5TS FOR HIS SVALL
JOK.TY IX THE
Recent Election by the Confidence of I
ihe Democrats In His Victory In
the Cuuutrj Preciucts.
Cincinkati, O., November 5. The
official couxtiu the S xth Kentucky
DiHtriet ai made t'xiay, but all tbe
counties have not yet ben heir J
i om. Enough is known, however, to
make it ce tain that Speaker Jjhn G.
Carlisle is elec ed by a majority of 700
or euu. mr. Carlisle was visited to
night by a representative cf the Aseo-
cuted Prea, who asked him what, in
his opinion, wai the cause of the com-
H i NATUMt TORI I
M FUVORS I
ff-?.!?fiV MOSTTPERFCCST MADE
' If the v.ite fgan t me laet Tuesday
had been larger than the vote again-1
me hereto'ore. gomesijniflini r mifflit
be at ached to it Such, however, was
not the fact. Two years ago my op
ponent received 9J25 votes, or nearly
if not twice as many as were cast
against me Tuesday, and yet two
years ego my majority was nearly 0000.
If it hid been generally supposed thet
the opposition ti me really amounted
to anything, I think my majority at
this e'ection would bave been tiOOO
or 7000. Outside of tbe cities, and
the towns adjacent to them, it
was scarcely known that I had an op
ponent, and even in the cities and
towns my friends attached very little
importance to the oppi sition. They
were thrown off their guard by the
fact that several times heretofore can
d dates bad anr ouncfd themselves in
opposition and had received a very
email vote, rney supposed it would
uo mo eaiun war mis utne, ana mere
fore gave scarcely any attention to th
election." Btting aeked if h s views on
tbe tariff sfiVcted the vote to any ex
tent, Mr. Cailisle replied : "The tariff
Question bad no nice influence a poo
the vote this time than it has had at
previous e'ections in this dittrict.
There are always a few men who vote
against me on account of my advocacy
of the revenue tef jrm, and I presume
they did so at the recent elections;
but I have no reason to believe the
number was (ireiter than ueual. This
Corgressional District is overwhelm
ingly in favor of a revision of the tariff
aod a teduction of taxati n, and no
man who openly tikes the opposite
ground could be elected by any ticket.
Of course a sjstemstic attempt will be
made to ehow that the loeses sustained
by the Democratic party at
the recent elect on are due
to the position on the tariff
question, but a careful examination of
the returns w 11 prove that there is no
foundation for such a conclnston. The
losses are by no means cot fined to the
State or district whose representative!
voted to consider the tarill bill at the
last session of Congress, and there is
nothing in tbe te ult to discourage the
advocates of revision and reduction.
Many causes contributed to the defeat
of our candidates in d fferent localities
some of these causes were local snd
some general. It is too early to at
tempt to enumerate them, but I think
it is safe to say that local causes have
contributed far more to produce tbe
result than general ones. At any rate,
there is no ciusa fur alarm or de
spondency. Tbe Democratic party
hassurvivedmany defeats which would
have been fatal to any other political
organisation, and this l.ttle repulse
win only stimulate it to greater exer
tions in the future. We need net sur
render any principle or abandon any
policy heretofore announced, but we
iLUat prepare to meet our opponents
openiy ana maniu ly.
Prrr1 with ttrlot rvH tnPnritT.Stprnirtri nd
HrAlthfMliirKH. Ir. PlioV H-ilittiK P"wdt'r rvntlit
ho Ammunln.!.lme,Altimorl'li,..htt4. lr. IVIci'
, iWvur dwliuiuukijr.
Pmce BAKINB POWDCH CO. Chlemt owf It Utife
fi I IIS fj"
DR. D. 8. JOIINSOJPS
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(BatwMO Main and Front.) MKMPHIfl.
IEUbllih.d la 18(10.
D R.JOHNSON 1, aeknowledaed by all vu.
tiei lnlerted aa bt far tha moit iaa-
I'uffiaian in ina ireatiDentor pri
ortsorat diaaiwt. Qutok, iwrmaoant ei
uarniiiaeu iq erar'
iaoent eaea of
irr can, mala or femala.
(lon.irrhe and Bruhiiia
cured In f w dai without tha u of mar-
iiira i-rH.iiputed witbontha ua of marsur.
ITU ot diet tr hlndraiiM r.A
haeondary Kyrhilii, tha Ut Ta-
A. GAGE & CO.
IXo. SOW Front Street. : fffemmhla. Ten&
A 8paoifis for all dinaanei r...
onliar io woman, lucb Pain
ful, huiipr.Mad. or Irregular
Menttruatioo, Leucorrha'a, or
i'i'iP ''ur'B,ri"(;H ANOB
(It L1FK, great tuBerinf and
damer will ba avoided.
: REGULATOR I
Send for ocr book, "Jleuie ta Woman."
URADFIELD RKUl'LATOR CO..
LIVERMORE f-UUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPT,160to 174 Adams St, Memphis
t 17 j ' 1
f Boiler Ira
IRON & RAILWAY SU1TLY I)KI'T, 2iG and 2iW ond St.
n i. . ihihi in mi. lepMrment to JOHN M ANOUITE
Write n for InformnHon on ANY THINU In ith,.r Hn" '
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, noOS, I'OULTKY,
Iu iiko for over 20 yr hy Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horuo It. tt., Slo.
. Used by U. S. Covcrnment.
S STABLE CHART -ca
Mounted on Rollora A Book Mailed Free.
Hiimpiin-va'Mcd. Co., 109 Fullon Bt., If. T.'
PII ATT OT CO.
1HUI1 Pralt Vton Glum,
KMILKY, N.1UTII A COn
Pratt Rllaa llnllar Ulna, rdd
rr. and Him MtBnlmra,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Memphla.
"Pratt RerolTlni-Uead fllni nna-
quaiao. oinoa now eouiplet. Frleai
reduoed. Corronpondenae ana omen
lolloited. Old (linn Repaired In Klr.t
laitird . All work aunranteed.
t ! - nn v. ujdi rui y
' men iioppej in fbort a
tunc. tufferen from impot.no or lou oi
eiiial p,,wera r..tor e to Ire. rinur In a few
Jlr,; V f !"bue and eioe.ire
vener, iuflerint ftoui iiwrmatorrhM nj
"of pbrnoal and menul nower, aiwedlly
and permanently cured. Particular attoo'
tion pa.,1 t0 th, liea.ei of Woman and
i'lrj' ,""nt4- Pile, and old lore, eared
without the ua. of oau.tic or th. knif. All
0"nultation. itrlotly eontd.ntial. Medl
oinei aant bv iidmu tx n i
oountry. - " "
arW orklnamen enrl v.ir k. ...
ratal. Ollioa biinra -nn. a M... k . .
oVIook p.m. I). H. JnillMiiM u n
It 1' Ala ESTATE.
No. 61, R. D. ChaneerT Court nf NV.lk.
eounty-lda Stewart T. Uoorula ban SUw-
BY ylrtua of an InterloouUiry deera. for
la a antjirti.l In tha - - . ,
JKth da ot Onmh.r. lMi M 1. i, .
TV1 ."i11'i.M"'.t.,ul,li:' Uo'n to'tni
hih.it bidder, In (ront ot the Clerk and
Waaler', oft.oe, oourthoua. of Shelby oouotf,
Alemphii, Tenn., on
Nattantay, Noyruibrr IS. 1MI.
within letnl honn, the followlna dMrrlbed
i.rui.oriT, "aiea in the town of Arlington
(iormerly Vi iihe Denotl. Hhlhwn.,nt,
netee. to-wit: ll.tinning .ta lUke 50 feet
vill. K' llroail, on tha inuthild. of laid rail
road and on the we.t aide of Uraenlee atreeti
runnin. thenoe with rlirn..i ......i.
w.at 8ohaina and HI link toaatake on Jank
ion afreet: thrnne with Jnlr..n .....-
eatSoh;lni and 4J linki In a .take on Jaok
on and n alker ,tratat th.n.. m,t u-bil..
Jreet northeaat M ehaini anldl link, to a
itakeon Ureonleevtrratj thenoe wl'h (Ireen.
lee atrot t northweat !l i'halu an'l llnki to
leu lnnln0DUInil, 3 aerea, mora or
Ternia of Rale On. .k.i ...h . ki i
waive inontha: note hnurin. in....
approved .eonritT, required! lien retained.
Ton OiHoher lit, INtM.
8 t "II'H. Deputy O. and M.
"r'" Cooper, Hnl. for oonipl'n t.
SPECIFIC No. tf
Iu uk :it v.tiint Thtt nnl iiruril ...
Nervous Debility, Vital Weaknr
1 per vial, urn vininaiiil larye vi.il imwil.T. d
rtt'i.i nr if niMHiiKTH. nriAiu prtjinnl m rfoi.
prico. lluiMtlirrjrii' Jlt-dUiMle.. Utit luifrm 6t,, t,
Irr d AUCTION SALE
t 'holce So! fed Imported
AJfDRSW BTKWA.'KT, N.w OtImuu. ANDRBW D. QWTNNB, MatraaV.
IT. Gilt & CD..
HO. SM AND 80S FRO JIT KT11EET, KEMPHII, TEXS
STEWART BROTHERS & COHPAni
fXTTTON FACTORS AND C0IWSSI0N 1EECILANTS,
Quaitton li antaiilna our aarleultural ism.
munlty. Maaara. K. O. CRAKl A CO.. No..
7 and 8 Union itraet, Meuiphli, Tenn
are daily In receipt of
porta on growth In dlreriiflad dropping
oorn, oaU, wheat, rye, barley, oerealt, and
orchard, herda, clover, tall moadow oat
traii and timothy .ram
J. A. BAILKT.
Hoistoin cattio, J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
At CmloB fttnrk Yard., Mrmpbla, "
tt. 1. WITT.
At CmloB Stnnk Yard., Mrmpbla,
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sal. Begim Promptly at 19 O'olcck.)
And Fvrj Nppolra of IlrhlnK and
IlornlUK liiwann Cured by
ECZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with ita aironii
Ing itohiniand burning, relieved by a
warm bath with Cutiouha Koir, and a iisiile
application of Cuiicdka, the great Skin Cure.
TniB repeated daily, with two or three dnnea
of CuTiCLRi Rrsolvrnt, the Hew Blood Pu
rifier, to keep the blood oool, th. terspira-
and unirntating, tbe bowel, open,
Capt. T. T. Peraona, an Old and Be-
eprrtrd C'ltlaen, Dead-The
l ulled Nlalca Court.
th. liver and kidneys aotir., will ipeedily
vuiv uu.oiun, ivuor, nniffworm, rsoriasio,
Lichen, Pruritua, Ho.Id Ilead, Dandruff and
every apeoiea ol Itching, Hoely and Pioiply
llumori of theSoainand Skin, whet the beat
phy.iciana and all known reinediea full.
A Fbjklelna Cliaritrd Wllb Ibe Mar-
rr ui a wirl.
Portland, Mb., Novettber 5. Dr.
jamos M. iiiiZHll. an electric tihvsi.
cisn, was arrested this morning for
the murder of Carrie M. Colton, of
Gorham. The girl went to Bazzell
to nave a criminal operation per
formed and Bubfequently died at his
house. An inqneet was held and Ihe
jury reiurneda verdict tbat death had
oeen caused oy malpractice. Buzzell
was commnuci for trial.
aa ren ueaa m a ritranB Place.
iJALTinoKB, Md., November 5. A
well dressed young man, who retig-
A 1 . J . . . .
teruu ten aays Bo at a nnmi nere as
B. F. Wilcox, New York, fell dead
about noon today on Lexinurton r.rt
Ue was traveling in Ihe interest of an
advertising scheme, and letters found
in his satchel show that his name was
W. B. Woodruff. He claimed to be a
native of Chicago, where he said h s
father lived. The coroner found that
d.eath resulted from heart disease. No
money was found among his effects
ana ne will be honed by the city.
A Calll.lan-Brakcman Killed.
- Cincinnati, O., November 5 Two
ireignt trains on Ihe Cincinnati,
Washington and Baltimore railroad
collided last evening near Loveland,
"I "u -ai musseiman, a brakeman,
was killed. The accident was ciued
by improper orders by the train dis-
Is the department of "Criticisms.
IT ,lt i . . '
noicn huu xvf.yiewa, in ion iNovember
number of the Princeton Review there
is a full scientific account of "Rpcent
Earthquakes and Their Study," in
which the facts concerning these dis
turbances are grouped trgether for the
first time. "The Development of
rnilosopby in Germany" is a brief but
very intelligible survey of German
speculation today. The admirable
"Record" is as full and complete as
the work of the best specialists can
Th November number of Th$
Princeton Review completes the second
volume ot th ably conductfd peri
odical. The continued success of Ihe
Rmiev haj encouraged the publishers
in adding, at increased expense, new
features, which add materially to its
permanent ralne. First, tbe "Record,"
which five an accurate review of
SPRCTAL TO TBI APPIAL.l
Jackson, Miss., November 5. Capt.
T. T. Persons, one of tbe leading busi
ness men and an old citizen of Jack
son, died last night at Winona, Mis.,
ar tbe residence cf his sister. Mr.
Persons was connected with the o'dest
and best families in th s county, and
was greatly beloved. He has been in
failing health for neariv a vear. His
funeral will take pluce from tbe Bap'
tut (Jhurch at 10 o'clock tomorrow
The federal Court is in session, but
noming ot io wrest Das as vet been
Tbe Condition of Oar Staple Crqps,
St. Louis. Mo.. November 5. Mr.
W. Sanborn, secretary of thn Statu
Board of Agriculture, furnishes the
Associated Press with the following
uLucai iniornaation: f all crop returns
for November give an average return
of corn better than exnnrt.H far tha
oiaie, n io zs Dusneis per acre. This
mf an area oi o,02,C69 acres
149,751,242 bushels. Putatnaa am rR
Dusneis per acre; tobacco, 708 pounds
orKuum, 03 canons: idd m. 75 Der
cent. 01 a iuu crop. Wheat is now
looking very fine and is rated at 100
per tent, of a full crop prospect and
tbe area is increased to Ki ' nr rnt
of last year's area. A dry October has
cut snort ine ieea ot Dantn.ea. and
stock is not thriving and will corns to
winter quaiters tbin in flesh.
London. November fi A romnrk.
ble storm clond burst over the lake
district of England, the hp.uioat eer
xnown in tbat locality. Damage to
property is very large. Many cattle
"Onr Baby's flra Tear."
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information: fortv-eipht narahnnk.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamn.
Address Reed A Carnrinlr
Exchange Building. New York City.
Death of a Well Hnawa Journalist.
Baltimore November Kw,'lim
B. B. Haselton. Once a va11 known
journalist, died today of softening of
the brain at the repidenca nf a frinnrl
in this city, aged 33 years.
They Are Mot Sorry.
There is one thing nohnHv vor r.
grets that la, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
II y medicine. Ita ramra la m win.
and its good effects BO snrn that nnth
ing else, except good nursing, ar
needed in a great maioritw nf caan.
Buy it, try it. and afterward It will nnt
require any praise from us.
rratefnlly acknowleaa. a cure of Eoiema.
or Bait Kheum, on bead, neck, face, artri
and log for seventeen year: not able to walk
eioent onhandB.nd kneea for one years not
able to help myaelf lor eight yeami tried
hundreds of remedies: doctors pronounced
my cn-e hooeless; permanently eared by tbe
2542 Dearborn atieet, thicaio, 111.
Som. Ar. months ago I had the pleasure to
inform rou of mv liniirnveniAnt in th. ,,
the Cuticiiha Hkmkuuch in my oaa. of severe
Chronia Kciern. Krvtbematosa, and today
cheerfully confirm all I (hen said. I oonaidrr
107 cure perieoi ana oompiete, and attribute
it entirely to your remedies, hiivi- r used no
others. FERN AN E.SENCH AHDO,
3306 Penna avonue, tit. Louis, Mo.
I have suffered from Salt Rh.nm for n
eight years, at times so bad that I could not
atiena to my nusiness lor weeks at a time.
Three boxes of Cutiduri and four bott es
Rksoi.vimt have ent rely cured me of this
MR. JOHN TFIIKL, wllkesbarre, Pa,
CUTK I KA KEMKIIIF.S
are sold hy all druea-is's. Prion: CuworRA,
uv D, , itapiiLVKMT, ai.U'i; DOAP, io CIS ITS
fireu oy rumn aruo and i'IIkuioal Ui.,
oston. Mars. Hrnd for How to Cure
A TTTf FY the Complexion and Ski
J2.KJ by nsln. the CuTiiiUKA Soar.
rpHIs Importation of Holitein Cattle has
55 "Th vn k"'1 b' un,l"r'be anspines of
.y, .u nuiBlll-u UUIBieiQ ll.rU DOOK
Assooiation," as foundation stock for fin.
herds in th. South esteren States, and em
braces onlysu 'h animals as hv. for their
sires and dams th. most superior milk and
nuiwr reooras 10 oe lound in North Holland.
The entire impo'tallon hs heen registered
in the " North Holland Herd Book of Hol
land." and will also be rogutored in "Tha
North American Uord Book of America,"
mbraoinjt 65 Heifers in Calf by finest Hol
land Dulls. Also, a general assortment of
fin. young Bulls, ready lor norvice. Hoi Tor
and Dull Calves of spring of 1S88, and grown
vows irom 1 10 o years old. A oompiete cat
alogue la now In press, giving full padigre.
and milk and butler records connected with
each animal. These cattle have heen shipped
direct from Holland to the Union Stock
Yards, and will arrive between the 1st and
7lh of November, where i urohaers can In
spect th. same. No animal will be disposed
ol at private sale, but partios wbo attend tha
sal. may rely npon each animal b.ing put
mi iuu buiu , .uvorusea. Mreei cars now
run to within three block" of Stook Yards.
AUftMbUfl a KUW ALUNON, Iinporters.
330 N eond Street, Meinlils.
ALARSB Agb OOMPLRTR STOCK OF PLUMBKR8, OAS AND BTBAM FITTBR8
Materials. Pnmps. ltrlve Wells. Iron. L.ad and Ston. Pin., Da. KlgtnrMHlnhM. Kte
. T. lAItASOH.
e. 0. Binr.
ft. A. PAKKIft.
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
UMcsalo Grocers & Colton Factor,
JETont Street. Memphis, Tenii.
OaMaa aaailsaaa U as will kay. ear ar.fql attentlea. W. aarry a4 all Maaas a 1
s.l.eud lUek ol
Stipls 4t Fancy Grocorles, Wines, Liquortjobicci & Clgan,
All onr wornoat sedge l.nds may ba re
claimed by lowing ry. and elov.r on th.m la
fall or spring, or lowing oow-ieai In Mar.
June or July, than turn and.r, and
Improve th land.
II. G. CltAIO A CO.,
g-rloulturel Implaa.ats andSewd Vaalars,
AaK yonr iwbtller rnr Ki. Orlglnnl M Hbe:
li-'wiwonf Iniluuhiiia. j
Nsne Oenalua anleaa bearing IblaMcamaJ
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
ladUUutton,Unrreaiand Ijioa. M(UI
win. unexoeiimllu Iwna.
!!, Oonirurt and lifwar-'
tuu r. A HUilarl aoiit to
uewlH Itrlngynn Inform.
K 1 x J.LIcoes&Co.:
fit 41 IJnooln u
will ll a. I. aw a. tHm lnw.t
-For Cata'o.Unil nrinf, nniili..n .l.U...
v. nmuAiii, rr.Ki.lent Unioa Stook
i htub anu fertiliser i:oniHny-
SUGGS & PEITIT
Phnfation of A. Loa A ('0. on Island 34
for division of an state. It contains about
iftmi acres of rich bottom land i about 3VS
acres in cuiuvaioni several hundred acres
aoove any overflow. Can he made ons
of th. finest stock farms, ciuipletely sur
rounded by water, which prevents the es.
capeof stock. Also, about ISO lload of Cattle,
which are in fine oondition. Inoludlng sev.
ral bhort-horn Durham Dulls, Cow and
A. LKA A CO . Fulton, Tenn.,
or W. A. lAK CU
Wo-31)0 Front street. Memphis. T.nn.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants.
2Q anil 20a Front, Wt., frenililN4 Tenn.
Chest Patni, Numbness, Sore
ness, Hackina Cough, Asthma,
Pleurisy and Inflammation, re
. Ile.ed In an, nlnnLk. . 1. -
TrtV ntlrara Anll-Faln rlnater.
tey Nothing Ilk. it. At rirn. I.,. 91;
es. Hotter Drur and bcTiu'ni Co.. Rmtnn.
Most of thn diseaiMwbiolialllu;t nuuikinit itt...,Hir.i
Aon Kosldcnt Notice.
No. 6311 In th. Chancery Court ol Shelh.
oounty, Tenn.-R. J. Black et al. vs. John
8. Hough etnl.
It appearing from bill which ia sworn to In
this cause that the d'fendsnis, John Hteek
ton Hough and ti. J. M. Hough, his wife, ar.
residents of th. State of Penmylvanla and
non-resident, of th. State af Tennessee!
It is therefore ordered, That they make
their appearanoe herein, at the courthouse of
Shelby eounty, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or
before lha first Monday in December, IMA,
and plead, answerer demur to complainant's
bill, or th. same will b. taken fur confoss.d
as tO th.m. and Set for k,.rinnv nartjit and
that a copy of this order be published one.
;, for four guccsnire weeks, in th.
mempnis Appeal. This 7th day ol Ootober,
18oti. A oopy attest:
8.1. McbOWKLL, Clerk and Mastw.
?yT?'0BVCl1,w,l,J c- nd M
J. P. Bykes, Sol, for oompl'nt. sjU
No. 6320-In th. Chancery Court of Shelby
. County, T.nn. Sarah Mask vs. Samuel
It appearing from th. bill whieh Is sworn
to in this cause that the defendant, Samuel
Mack, is a non-resident of the Htale of Ten
nessee and that hi. plate of resideno. is
nn known: ,
It is, therefore, ordered that he make
his appearance herein. t the Cnnrthons.
of Shelby county, in Momphis, Tenn.. on
fir before the first Monday in Deoenioer,
1W, and ploud, answer or demur to com
plainant bill, or th. same will be taken for
ooniessea as to him and set for hearing ei
.rva : ana mat a oopy ol this ordor b. pun
ished One. a week fnr f..,.r .iiAAANlivM Hnikl
in Ih. Memohis Ann..! This UiLh d ol
A copy Attest;
S. I. McDOWELL, (lerk and Master.
ByT.'H. Caldwell, D.pulyC. andM.
J. S. Duval, sol. 'lor comnlainant.
A. YACCARO t& Co
VHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 378 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEUPUXS.
Thlfl aiiiMi tAfidrhtirhmr In lliw walTiniiiii c
Wnrrm tJiall .iitf Ot htr In thei wnriil Thntk
tuna wUO WOJUTK W1U U)U JTOU Ihe luoa U U
J. W. VOEOEU JSc CO.
A Valuable Patent.
Bnaew'a (Horae) t orn and Pea Flats.
fl A VINO perfeot.d my Invention, I wish
1 L lo plaea it befor. tha oulilln. iUII
m.inulaolurers. A. a Oorn Planter. It la a
Mrtoet suoe.ss-op.nl th. drill, distrihuUi
th. Md aocuratAlv. nnlninp,l. . n.l
th. same, thereiy on. man perforating tha
work of three. Xhev have been used la
this section for over adoaen years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give rspotsibl. testi
JOHN U. DANCV, Danoyvlll.
Ilavwood conntv. Terw
CURTIS & CO.
817 and Kin TQT inillC
. Second 8t,f. rJ.l. if
J, T. LaPRADK,
Late J. 1. LaPrada i Co.
LaU with J. T. LaPrad. A Co
ssAKuraoTuniin or ' "tij.sBS'
UPRADE, McGRATH&Co saw miiXs
AND COMHIINSIOIV MEUCIIANTS,
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
wHarlnff retired from the Saddlery and II are em bntio! snd opened an offlee at above
we are pleated to aoDoan to oar friendf and the public Benernlly that we are now prepare
to aerve them In oar new AanamtT. Koturniim thanki fur the verv liberal ttatronaffe ea
tended ua In the old line we truat to merit and receive a ibre of yoar favors in the new.
10QQERS' k RAFTERL' JLR tUt ift
SAWANO PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
wan M FOll C ATAIMKJUIC -v
LaPRADK, MnOKATH A 00.
ally oaaiMl hv a ditwrdMrwi (MrtidiiKMi of it)t L I V fc ft .
J ur all oninplajnU of thin kind, wuiti aa Tormdity o(
the Livnr, HilKHuntWrt, Norvuua lijripepith, KjuIikm-
i, Irrejculariljr j tlie Uowtiim, Cuuai lualion. Finlu
Maojr, iM-uolations ana buralijf nf Un Hioniaoh
Iivmi. Uuina c&Jltxl HtMrttmrn), Mianma, Jdalana,
llfMNly Flut, t'Uilla and Kevnr, BiiLrotiQ l"Vor,
kliaiiaiLinci iaBfura or aflr k'mrmn ii...
rluna, Ltmm nf Appetite, Hatvfitfltia, Fuoi Bnmth,
IrraffulariUtw Incidental to JfmJL B'inr.f(
down Pain-., nokacb, to., Ac. STADICER8
URANTH winvaiuaplA. It kt not a iuaca
Lo a ruddr. htiaJl
f-Mim" ipinU, Jt la one ot Um tWx Aturatirt$
amt i'urifir ty r nutoOy mma w a watuatU tonic
Forsal. byaU Unavaas. Prtc.il. 00 (Mrbottla,
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprietor.
40 HO. FRONT ST., Phllaaalphlo, Pa.
ai.btit. will CURE all diaea.ee of
ER, STOMACH au3 BOHfElVS? le
.lie oouiplnxlon front a waxy, yellow tUlffH,
r. hialihy yol.sr. it wnliraly nwim ..w.
Electric Belt Free
A. B.TR EADl JELL8 GO
rnointrodaoelt and obuln annti wawil
JL for the neit slaty dars five awar, fr
oi oaarae, in aaea ooantj In ins u. B. a lim
ited nauibarof 0DrWersian Klewlro 4Ja.
vaole Maapstaaary Hvlia. Prloa ti: a
iiiun iiio aniainnr eor. ror Perrons ua-
IH7,' vanoooaia, JksoiMloDS, la
Cotton Factors, Uliolesalo Grocers,
He. 11 UhIou Street, t t Ifempbla, Tetirw,
positiT. and nnfallln. eor. forNerroos
OlIltT, Varleooala. KmixloDS. IaDotane.
w. w""w xvaw.ra cia n .rarr mis w.
iimaotar. does aoi ain.rala a smnnln.
M. 0. PBARCK.
leotrio earraM. Allross a
miu Dii.i iui
BrnoKiTn. w . T
IJOHN L. MoCUtLLAR.
s M.O.FBAIICB c& Co
eauaes. and a new
rf inuulii .'Halle A II aa a mm .. asaa ...
u '' n.kf jt bniinn rnr.fnrcA, iznmmissinn LiArnh fc
iw.ntr-ei.oi7.ars. iresie. Bf most oil m wawawa w wo w w....... vwa. v. w. ivi
th. Beted speeialisU wiiknat beneflt. Chub '
liHRiLr io Ihre. months, and slnoa tbea
handreds of otb.rs. fill nartlealart Mnt
oi aprlitlon. I. 8. PaisB,
Io. ti Wait list itre.t.Kew Iork dity.
..No. 280 rnoNT stueet, MEMPHIS, tenn,
nCatiaalWarwawtMw-aM M aad M CBlaa atreet
It E AL ESTATE
No. 8KB, ft. D.-Chanoer Coart of Bhelby
rountr-brneat Mo. Andrews et al. rs.JoUa
II. Andrews et al.
KY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered In Uie above cause on tha
lHlh dar 01 October. 1KM. M. II. fit.
4H), 1 will sell, at public auction, to the blo
est bidder, In front ol the Clerk aod Master's
office, oourthous. vt bhelby oeantj, M.ai
phis, T.nn. . on
NMlnrdajr, Nevtaker IS, lHHt,
Ithln teval hoiira. the fnllnwin. dsn
scrib.d property, situated in tbe Taxing; Dit
trlot of hhelby oounty, iennessee, io-wui
lleinnln at a point on th. north Md. ol
rftpniil nii 1 IA. ri Rt of a fork.d .una
corner j thenoe north 40 ' west with said .Te
nia l;U leet to aitak.l th.nc north .ast
M feet to a stake: thence sooth olK" ...I
115 feet to a stake; thence south SIH west
3noreetto the be.ianinr, belna part af lota
It) and 18 of oouoirylotMHl and part of tha
John I). Urahara subdivisino, as lolly da
scrib.d In tb. d.ed of Joho K. liobbs to Ju
lia A. Andrews, then Julia A. Orac, ia tha
Register's uflio. ot tih.lby oounty. lo book
UTwrmsol Sal.-0na-thir4casbi balanaa Is
qua! Instalments at ( and It menihsi nota
with security nouiradt li.n ratain.a. TuU
8. 1. Mo DOVTELL, Clark and Hutar.
By T. B. Calsw.il. Daiioty 0. aod M.
rraaar A Boyl., Soli, lor eonarat.