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MEMPHIS DAILY ' APPEAL SATURDAY, NOVEMBEH 13. 188G.
jim mmm LEITERS
C0ST1NCE TO BAFFLE THE DE
lECriVES In Ifcclr Scent A fli r lire Adam Ex
press Botberi-The Affair Still
Shrouded in Mjsterj.
8. Locis, Mo., November 12.
Tbere probably never iu s mire
bnmori us r.d rt'Cklr-osly daring biRh
wiymin tha i the individual who re
cently r. bbed the Adums Express car
on the St Louis Mid Sun FronciECO
railroad of fiver $75,000, and who is
pleSPd to be known to fam as "Jim
Cuuiming"." H captured one of the
largest amounta of money evf r lott by
an exprefs comnar y and despite the
fart that a wealtby cotporation end
tee meet ekilled and expeiienced de
tectives in the c;untry re doing all
that money and brains can do to run
him down, Mr. Cumminjts occupies
bis epare time in defying bis pursuers
and in furnishing them with false
clews upon which to exercise ibeir In
genuity. He seems to be so absolutely
assured cf bis own safety that be
dares to bave a little amnsr-ment with
the express company, lie bas written
several litUrs heretofore and the da
ttc'.ives tV agreed that tbey were
wiiltsn by the now im
prisoned Mts-engtr Folberlnnham,
before the robbery was commited, as a
measure of safety, shou'd be be sus
pected, and an sieged expert penman
test ied before the grand jury that
the handwriting was the same as the
metsengei's. But the RtpvbUcan is in
w.eipt of a f esh le:ter, dated Topnka,
., which it prints this morning in
the same handwriting as tbe others,
and fignnd "Jim Onmmingi'," which
go- h m stvrw that Fotheriughaui could
not pofBibly have written either of the
Others. In tha letter hestatiB that ho
regre's that cupiclon should rst
upon Foiheringbarn, and a-SBrta that
the ino serger did all in bis power to
pro'ect the company's property, lie
Tf qnota that the package which ac
companies the letter and which con
tained property valued at $i0,000 in
nous, mortgages, etc., be restored to
the Adiims Express Oompany. Upon
one reneiot lor money to the Iftrst
Kuti nial Bnk of Eureka, Kjs., ap
peared tbe following pigna ure: "Jim
Cuo.mir.if", for First National Bank,
Eureka," and on the line below where
tbe fact is to be noted if
the money is rot received in proper
shape, occurs the words: "I have no
ntnt to make whatever." A
nrx1 i-rint to tint li tter save: "I sent
a bank note to Frank James for a joke,
not for any desire to get him into
troa'jle." A letier from W. II. D. nv
sel, manager of the comrany, to sin
auent. callinc upon the lat'-er to pro-
care a axcond bund man, the robbtr
wrote: "In ord.-.r to give the "'bloke"
chance to 8ie if he's any good on
earth, I will go on his bond. Jim
Cnmmings. Value of property, $r3.
000 iu ranh." In spite of the fact that
this lBt letter gnes to prove that
Fotb riugham was not its writer, a
morning papT snys: "When the
messenger's tiunk was examined,
there were a number of lot erg, some
written in a peculiar bauk hand, which
"Jim Cnmmings" o Heels; others in a
ban 1 slanting in the other direction,
an ', v.imt important of all, sheets ot
pa . with tbe signature of W. J.
llu roit vrit!en upon it a number of
tin es wiiti a manilnst intention to
n '! h a c'.o.e cony of tbe original. As
o i as ihe documents were fi
am ned the detectives and Mr.
Ik .mel ag eed that thane and the Jim
C'i jmunjit letters were written by
th name p rOD, but how they came
iL'. i Fothcringham's po.-sepsinn is still
a uiyHtery. It is coiillileatinlly stated
Wiiay that ibo ofllclals of tbe express
company and the detectives in their
employ nave discovered the identity
of the two men recently indicted by
the grand juy for grand larceny under
thenumeiol "Jim Cummings" and
'Kichar l Rob," butthsy do not as yet
are fit t ) unUetheir teal names pub ic.
I hta been as ertatued that a waitress
1 a Pine street rts'auraiit was Cuin
tt .cf' mistrtst, and from ber hiB du-
jipunn, which tallies exactly with
t". given by Fatberingh:m, was ob
- i.t4. Tbe shops at bu Charles, M
. tere ti tins outfit, gins, etc., ro--nd
to by "Cnajminiry" in a former
k . i irchated, have been vis
iw ' fcy iirUcie, and from their
e :." iiiu learned that one of
t.- .r vu tii waitress's para
er. 4-nVt-isi one of the rob-
ri it tti tl-'. bo b of the.'e
u' s.fnw. h arr-e'ed.
Mwtn till a, flflreoi Rnoma.
Kifiini, u, November 12. A
4:n;;..itti bota II a 1-y, Wis., the nie
tr.y.il '.I li ijogtl q iiiining rpg on,
to li't ars went tlironti the
Si fcuntn Ifjuie, pil ag ng tHt.en
rv.nii and a c.iritig Several hundred
i .: A-t wj,t'i A watches and jewelry.
Tier tvrlooked a guest wtio had
i,0 ia Cteh iu his room end othors
mli-, hiui small r am iunU. Tlie thieves
m'ti o(.tou-d in tlieir ronm witli the
pi old r anil a kit ot burglars tools.
Trlrarab Wlrea Proatrntrd.
Cincinnati, O., November 12. Raini
aceouipai'ied by idxh winds all niuht
was followed today by colder weather
with sleet and enow. 'Ihe telegraph
wirei in every direction are in bad
cond tioa iu contequeiice. Many are
wor.iiIa a'tngether. Koports from
a . directives stow the storm to be
I It" A Idrrnian Mrt'alia.
New Ycai, November 12. Judge
Cjwirg in f.e Cu t ol General Ses
sions today d'tipceed of the rase of
'BtHMlle" M Ca e, holding that he
need not be rfi,l to an ins itution, but
thai he tnigt.t he ca-ed lor by his wile.
The Judiie flx d bail at I'JO.rOO for tbe
prisoner's pri;duction in court should
be recover 1 is reasin.
ll Irat rollllrlun Aaaaalta a
Mii.i.waukik liveulber 12 Col.
J. II. Knigh', of Ashland, who niu
aged t e leiiel.i:ive rau.iaign in Wis
consin for Fos'inas'er General Vilas,
thin ronrnlrg i ulUd 11 nae Kublee,
uitor of t'ie Snlinrl, while in a ft' of
ani;er over a Ut- m 'Ut m.id t in a Sri.
line editor al on the. dav previous to
the late elemion. Col. Kmgl.t struck
Mr Itnh'ee n tli facs wiin h:s fls'.
a' d inadu a v ii jna hliw at hiru with
bio cane wh eh hi ppilv, whs warded
off by a byratider. The caue was
broken i i tt e awiult.
Kaaltbrta lr.glrlial lf-
St. Locis. Mo., N(.vm!:er 11 A
Special from Ch t.tw ck, Mo , says ti nt
abtuUOO Ba'd Ku .bbere entered the
tonat 1 o'rto.k )eeurday murnirg
aud bejen a raid on ti e rato.ins, their
ol liec. bring to burst open the barreln
ai.d pur tha wliitky out, but while
tboy were at ibis work citiaons ol the
town ope:;id fl e en thi m, when tha
ehootiug bio'.tr.o gecerii, m re than
100 shots being exchanged, which re
Baited in a ktimpede of the Bald
Knobbira. It as ascertain d that
only ons man was seriously wooar'ed.
And be was a member of the Bald
Knobbers' gang, whoa oompanlona
carried him away In tbe darkness.
The affair has caused much excite
ment among tbe people in this locality.
Be Attempted Cremate niaaaelf.
Bt Loo is, Mo., November 12 A
special from Sedalia, Mo., save: Clias.
11 ndeon, colored, who pitaded guilty
to incest in the criminal court Wednes
day, attempted to commit suicide yes
terday morning. He saturated his
clothes snd the bed upon which be
v.a lyirg in his cell with coul oil, and
applied a lighted match. Ilia entire
body was inttantly wrappeJ in fl moa,
but no cry escaped bim. The jailor
was attracted by the smoke, however,
but before tlie flames juld be ex
tinguished the man was fatally burned,
lie gave as the rrae' n tor bis attempt
at ruicide that bo was afraid he would
bs hanged for his crime.
Teasels Berklat; UttatL
Chicago, III., November 12. A
heavy gale bas been blowing on Lake
Michigan all night and continues this
morning, forcing a large number of
vessels to tetk refuga. A email lum
ber tchooner, laden with slabs, was
driven on the beach within a quarter
of a mile from shore, early this morn
ing, and is now complete wreck.
The beacb ia strewn with ber deck,
load and fnjrs Anions tbe wreckage
i a trunk and some men's clothe.
Nothing can be learned ss to the
schooner's name, or tbe fate of ber
TUE1B WORH DCBIHS TUB tAST
Where Ttanj Ialead ( dThl Wla-Icr-Wkal
Sana Saaall Maa
A baa I fJrauhs.
Buffalo rppcial: Rev. Bam Hmall
baa just completed his first year of
evangelical work in conjunction with
Hev Ham Joiie?, of Georgia. He gave
the Sun reporter today an account of
his experiences and plans for tbe fu
ture, lie preached this afternoon to
a largo gathering of young men at the
Young Men's Christian Associution
Hall, and tonigbt addreceed a ftill
larger audience at Grace Methodist
Cmircb. Mr. Small said:
"Brother Jones and I, in tbe yer
ending Beptoniber 15th. have held
services in Bt. Louis, Chicsgo, Cleve
land,CIautauqua and other places. We
have preached and add re Bred audi
ences in that period about 10U0 times,
the congregations aggregating 3,000,-
000 people. We have traveled alto
gether 20,000 miles. Our schedu'e for
the futuie takes us to Omaha first,
then to Brs'on in Januiry, 8an Fran
ciico in Ftbrunry aud Maich, ihencs
to Minneapolis, Rome, Ga. ; Ked K ck,
Lovelanrl, Urbnna, Hound Like,
Giinibby Park, Oat., and other points.
We have enough applications to oc
cupy our time for five years, but have
only made positive arrangements for a
"Do you receive many letters?'1
"We get bushels of letters, but we
answer only the sensible ones. The
letters Ir.m cranks we burn. Some
vary suns.tloual hturioa are told in
theee In ters. Reven-tnnths of tbe
misery we bear cf is caused by liquor.
It is growing more apparent that tbe
church must destroy the liquor traffic,
or it will thro tie the church. The
church is filleted iu these d iyswlth
overdoaen of starch, stucco and plush.
It needs dranching with apostolic asal,
human sympathy and plain United
Mr. Small was asked if bis journal
Ittio expei ieuce bad aided him in bis
evannlical work. Ho replied: "Well,
1 meet ns many wooden headed people
and cianks here as in journalism. In
the work ol religion you catch them
all, from the wild eyed manufacturer
of the millennial almanao to the sad
eyed stater who wants to live to see
the whole heathjm world rigged out in
new red flannels."
Strikers Unlit la Work While The
CmcAoo, III, November 12. The
general situation at the Union Stuck
Yards shows no essent'al change be
yond the fact that the applicants for
work were more numerous than on
any previous day, aud many of the
old mon were included in tho list,
having apparently concluded to ac
cept the protection affjrded them and
secure their former places while there
is still an opportunity. The troops
guarded all the main approaohes this
morning, but encountered no turbu
The"free Prena" Mara for Damagea.
Detroit, Mioh , November 12.
Yei-terdav the Detroit Eivning Nwt
puhlishtda sena4i nal s ory to tlie
ellect that the Dutroit Free Prm was
liuaucially embairansBd, ami that die-s-neious
ou the editorial flior inter
feied with the paper's Bttucess. Ai
s'ated in these dispatches laat night,
the Frit, l'rtn denounced the entire
ttxtement as false and malicious, and
this morning brought suit against the
Newt for libel, claiming $r0,UiH) dam'
Oae or Ihe first la Vae It."
Ill, ado Ppkinob. Ai.i.. Jaaawr IS, lWli.
Acid Iron Kurlb 0uinj;
Gknti.kmkn Over twelve months
ago I va aullerir g irreatly from indi
gcHtiou. 1 ha i nut eaten a meal in
over a mouth mat did not cause me
trouble for several hnnrs. When
roiniupiicod taking the Acid Iron
Karth I took my first dose immodl
atelv before eating a veiT hearty
dinner and bad not a STmptom of in-
d'gestion. It also acted fiuely on my
liver, which was very torpid at tbe
time, acting as a gentle laxative and
clearing my complexion. I was one
of tne iirat to me the Acid Iron
Krth and prescribe it for my patients,
I find it invaluable alter breaking up
chills, as it will prevent their return
I also consider it one of tbe fiueet
BAM FR18D1B, M. D.
Hunlneaa fallarea of tbe Week.
New Yobx, November 12. The
hu-inpsi failures occurring throughout
the country, ai reported to K. d Uun
& Co , number for the United H ates
lHfl. and for Canada 83. or a total ol
ks compared with a total ol 1HI)
laet week and 215 the week prtv.nui
Ij the lost. The noticeable Increaiu
in the number of ciaualtics arises in
New York City. Canada and tlie
facta Worth Unawlag.
In all diseases of the n Mat morons
membrtnethe remedy Ufod mnatbe
nim-irrltatirg. Tbe medical proles ion
baH b-eu Blow to learn this. Nothing
(Ht.tJiu tory ran he aecomplisbed with
iloucl.es, suutls, poadera, syitngea, an
tringenis. or any similar application,
bicausj ihty are ad irritating, do not
thoroughly teach the affected surfaces
and elnuUl be ahiudoaed aa worje
than failures. A niultitu.le ol pemons
who have foryetirs borne all the worry
and pa n that catarrh can efll t, toati
fy ta radical and permanent curea
wrought by Ely's Cream Balm.
NubM ribe lor tbe MApieal"
Tbe Uaited States Senate From New
York-Miller, Ills Contestant, Is
New Your, November 12. I ' seems
to r-e settled, so far at loait as the ma
chine balers can settle it, tht Livi
P. M ron will be tbe next United
States Senator from New York if a
Blaine-Cornell-Platt ombirat'.on can
elect him. This wai the upehot of
Mr. B a ne's recent vibit to New York.
The Senatorship was the chief object
of his v sit, and bis choice of Mr. Mor
ton received it? public acknowledge
ment thronghont the city last nignt.
Mr. Morton and Mr. Blaine were
not political allies in 1880. It was
then commonly credited to Mr. Blaine
that Mr. Morton was not named by
Garfield as Secretary ol the Treasury
a place be had betn promised for
bis very material serv.cts in the cam
paign. He was sent to the Fiencb
mission, instead. Since bis return,
negotiations bave bet n coLstant, and
tbey bave been euccetsful in lorming
the combination above named. Every
Bla'ne, Cornell or Piatt man in New
York City last riight bad nothing to
talk ot except the advantages to the
Rai uolican party of electing Mr. Mor
ton Senator Said Gen. George II.
Sharps, of UUter:
"We need a man who can properly
orgarjixe the paity in New York City.'
Gen. Sbarpe is an authoritative
spokesman ol practically all t'iree
factions. But Senator Warner Miller
hai been working like a beaver in
every Legislative district for six
months back. It is reported that be
cl iiiis a certain majority iu the cau
cus ay personal pleuxes, no matter
what is tbe combination against him.
The first fibt will be on the Speaker
ship, and the result will probab y de
cide the more important contest.
Frank B. Arnold, ol Ornego, is said to
be tbe Morton candidate.
Assemblyman T. C. Teaic, of Green
county, was at tbe Fifth Avenue Hotel
yts'.erday, and iu conversation on the
benatonai coutast ne expreaeea tne
opinion that Morton was tbe coming
mn. "Tbe fiaht is likely to be close,'1
be siid, "between Morton and Miller,
but I thiuk tbe chances are strongly
iu Morton's favor. Uisocck will not
bave more than six votes in the cau
cus, and ia practically out of the race,
Gen. J. W. Husled came up at that
moment and overheard Mr. Tea'e a re
mark. Husted was asked who- be
thought would be the next benatnr
f om tbe Empire State. "The man
who gels tbe tnodt v. tee," be replied,
"Who will that be?"
"I con d not tell you, really."
"Are you a candidate, General?"
inquired a friend.
"There's a constitutional provision
which makfs a member of the Legis
lature ineligible. However," he added,
there s no constitutional provision to
prevent the United States Senate ad-
milting a momber of tbe Legitdature
he should happen to ba elected.
Tbe Senate, jou know, has full juris
diction over the qualifications ot its
Oar Baby's ftmt Tear,"
v Marion Harland. with other valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed St Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building. New York City.
Hear? Nrnl Ha creed Judge. Ludlow
llARitiniiUKS. Pa.. November 12.
Gov. Pattiuon today appointed Henry
Seed to the vacancy occasioned by tha
doath of Judne Ludlow.
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pertoet nonoeM oi tci the drill, ctlftribawd
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tbe nuio, tbffi.'v ouo man perlormina tu
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FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
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fc.ngiuea, Hollers, Sawmills,
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on fbori notio., for th cel.. ratod Mwlart PateB
WrunKix Fnll'r. We oarrr ia itock ot.
Two Hundred Assorted mm I.
vUend lor Catalog-no and Prioe-list.
SI. HORFLEET, Beeifisat Fortatr.
. P. BOWDRE,
IPAILUREhavlnitbeen mado fn the pay
1 nient of th. lndebt.dnoM eeured in
trout deed mad. bp 1.
Kate Padgett, on tha 2
m Padirntt and wire.
oh J., nf March. lK8i.
ndreoonlod in oook 142.iao.i(, ReiiiBter'l
ollioe of Kholby .ouniy. Tennea..' . ia pur
uanoo of tho ower therein .onl.rre4, wo
. Nutordny, HoTrmker 80, lf.
between tho hour, ol 12 oVock m. and 1
o'eiock p. ir.. at th. oui Y'.,a;
bquare. in Nemphia, Tennoll to the hinh
et bidder, for cafh.tho 'ollowinn.rwil ejtto,
lying near the outh line oi in. "j ".,;""-
follow.: One trant o( land in Fort Piokenrf,
and bein. Work 45 of the iiniwniyw "
Willouaiv William, to John O. NcLemoro
et al., in the Mth day of December. 1(7, aa
ai in.n Irora plat of i.me in plat book o.
l.PHk. & und R, of RegiUr' offloo, whioh
block fron. l. 'et on Van Buren and tof
fee ttree'. and 1UH toot on Arm.troot n
U . t Mir -
Kquit t of redemption, dower and korne
ttoid 'jiprtMly waiv.d Title boh.T.d to do
good, but w. Mil a. irn'Ue' on'.Jv-,,
WM. A. COUilKR'
&SrCaKb Atlvaiu'ew to Ktereliantw and PianierB.
IfflLBIIRM GIN AND MACHINE CD.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines. Boilers and Tank Wort, Cotton Gins, Cottct
Presses, Mood Pulleys, Shafting, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN J
Oomx and Saw JMCills.
Wo hare the LARGEST WORKS of tho kind In tho United Statei, and will meet
piloei for tamo quality of work. Hand for Catalogue, Price-Linle
E E. GOOVES & GO.
Door, Sawh, Blinds, Moldiags, all kinds of Door aud Window
Frames, Braeket, Scroll-Work, Bough and Dressed
Lumber, Miiugles, I-atbH, Water Tanks.
All kinds ot Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice,
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
EDWARD MOON &- CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
1S. 8 and IP TIVION BTHEFX - - . WF.lWPniH. TEKM.
A. SMITH, Proprietor
R, FRANK &
291 Front Ntreet. OppowMe Cnwtom Honwe.
KL' ' -v.riw.'-- v ;:.-.'. ; . ... M
-imin mitu iimmi m. ""-nifiin inn J f
AW AID rLASIBH-MILX, ATT-TAJaV.
Eors, Sash. Blinds. Molding, Lnntr',
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Postal
P. S. ALSTON.
ALSTON, MAURY & 00.
AndCoiiiinl-floii MrrcliaiiU Hut,
Lime, Cement, Plaster,
for. Front and Union. 1
ner.Thorntoa & Go
Cotton Factors, 7hoIesaIe Grocery
No. SOO Front street, s Mem phi, Teaa;
AND TRUST C031PAKY.
JOUN W. C(X3URAH.
.Hunan itfni rv r Iv a
JAM Kb B. K0BIN6UN.
DepoIU reoeiTod la oonu o 91 and
-WebBf and aoll Vioal Ikvoitment Bradi an! Seonritloi tenenlly, ty Uxei, xrt M
trnitee.1 and. In foaorej, oioeato any fi janolal oaainea nqtyring a iaf and reeponilblo
r W. iuae draft., ta linl to inlt pnroha.eri, on. all part, of Enroi.
or Wo bive oommniloa. Vault for tho deposit 01 Taloablee, wh'.oh ii at tho lerrloe 01
oar OMtomora. tVrMi ot i.'bmrg.
O. P. I! ADD EX, President. EVI. HOLINJIITH, Vlce-Prewei.
JAM KH NATHAN. Cusfclr.
D. W. Kl.Y.
F. B. HbKKUN.
Lata oi Corteetillo. Mies.
Late i Ooinmoroe, Misa.
Cottou Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street1 Memphis' Tenn.
IBCVVESNOIM TOS.L. I-EK). JOBBEHS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
875 wn Street. Opp. Conrt Sqaare, McmpUU, Tenn.
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. Smith's Pat, Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Iiallcr Gins,
Plain 10-lDcb Gin, and
SOUTHERN HTASDABD PBKSS. -:
Price at Factory. nd SUO.
ALLISON ISEED COTTON CLEAN EBS.
1 -All klndi of Oini Repaired. Bp.olal
llitoonnt to too iraae.-wa
S91 and SS Front St., Memphis, Tena
RAN k Co
H. If. HAUBT
Corn, Oat, Bran, Chop FppiI, Oil Moal,
Building and Fire llrlck,Etc.
Howard's fiow. Memphis..
J. . HAN9WKH&IA
DAVID P. aADDKN,
JAMES A. OMbKKU.
tpward. and Inioraot allowed ca lamo Soar-
Lata of Brook., N.sly A Co.