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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, ISSO.
FiiOJl FOREIGN LAMS.
THE
SEBRIGHT DIVORCE CASE
BESUMID.
In Helrfss Firrod Into a Marriage
Contract Which She lias
Sever Complied To.
London, Novembvr 13. The hear
ing in the St b.ight divorce cse waa
returned tav. fc'ewral witnfaaea
testifit-d to M i Sebright'e worried and
excitable condition rfurirn the period
immediatelv followirje her marriage.
Concerning the allegation made on the
oetitioner'a bp all tba. one of the
means bywhxh Mr. tebriuht forced
her to marry wa a thieat that if Bhe
refused he would declare that during
their secret encasement be bad ob
tained a surrender of. her virlue, the
Jntfge eaid that no evidence ce1 been
' adduced to aus'ain the cbarze. Mrs.
S-rrigbt'e coun"l thereupon with
drew the allegation, which Mr. Be
bright (Uclared waa a base lie. Lidjr
Bcoit, tne moioer 01 airs. beDrgrit,
testified that when aha heard of the
alleged threat by the respondent
against ner daogbtoi. character the
had the pelitianer examined by a phy
sician, wno ionna tnat tne tact re
futed any poeeible claim that Mr. Se
bright might make against the young
iaay nonor. rna case nas been aa
journed till Tursdiy next, when judg-
mtmwiu De rendered.
ENNLA.ND.
Ward Disturbed Ibe Peace.
London, November 13. Ward, the
socialist, wno was arrested in Trafal
gar Fqnare on the 9 h instant, was to
day fined 10 ahi, lings for disturbing
tne peace.
FS7t and Aftfhantstaa.
London, November 13. An Egyp-
tian man-of-war bis detroyed thipa
belonging to Matsowah traders en-
faged in cupp'ying corn to the
oudanese rebel?, and baa detained
the craws. The Italian Governor of
Massowah has demanded the release
of the crews on the ground that they
are liaiianp.
The Aiaroe Vremya says: England
demands for A ghani tan a large strip
ot territory to wbicu the Ameer can
have no pretension. It is apoaient
. that England's teaeon for this demand
is. a deeire to keep the boundary ques
tion open.
Fears of Liberal Reunion.
London, November 13. Baron
Hemy de Wirma urges the Conserv
atives to be vigilant in view of the
fact that the crimen disestablishment
question nay f irm a possible ground
lor tbe reunion ot tne liberal fac
tions.
tottoa Imports.
London, jNovercbsr 13. due im
ports into Great Britain, of cotton dur
ing tne past week, were 71,386 bales
ana tne exports 6340 ba'es. Since
January I t, the imports of cotton
have been 2 975,0"5 bales, and the ex
ports 908,300 cans
FKAKCE.
Disastrous Landslide.
Pabis, November 13. A landslide
atEmbrnn, Hati:ea A'pn, which was
caused by the rain. buried eight
persona, an ot wnom were awed.
PatU Bet's funeral.
Fasis. November 13. Prime Minis
ter de Freyclnet will today ask the
Chamber of Deputies to appropriate
$2000 for the purpose of according
me late J. rani Bet a suitable Ptate
funeral, and will also ask that Mme.
Bet be pensioned.
ea?.f felt i ia mt disagreeable man
ner, but he hes also ev kid the sym
pathy of Eirooe for the Bulgarian
peop'e. Gtn Kaulb.ua, by the crurse
be hea pu-eoed, hs attained nothing
nxi is cauuiatea to decide the po
litical ex a'ence of Bu'jrtna. In tbe
msaniime Austria will patiently awat
events', amding by tre pnncip ea em-
braced in the declaration of Heir
Teza, the Hnngnran Prime Min ster,
wnici win remain a criteri in of doIicv
fcr a loDg time to c me. IfAustiaia
lorcen t3 'n'erfere in ordtr to vindi
cate the Berlin treaty, the avmna'hv
and co-operation are assured f all the
powers resolved to pio.ect European
treaties.
YE.VEZUEAL
Will Coin Iler Own Cold.
Washington, November 13 The
Department of S.ata has received a
commu'cation from the Consul at La
gnayra, Vtneziela, in which he in
forms tbe department that the Yecea
uelan Government 1 as establiihed a
mint at Caracas and begun to coin the
product of tbe gild mines of tbe
country. The Consul iDcloesw a copy
of a decree itsoed by President
Blanco, which declares that foreign
money will hereafter be regarded as
merchandise, and will be received at
tbe Venezuelan market rata. Officers
of the government are forb dden to re
ceive any other than Venezuelan
money and foreign gold coins compre
hend, d in the tarifU of Ma cb 7, 1879.
and July 6, 1880. Tbe importation of
all foreign silver money is prohibited.
The day of the Ibbub of the decree the
officers of the mint offered to cur-
chase, during the next eighty days,
foreign silver coin at the ta'e of 80
cents for every United Statea tl. The
Consul says the efforts to increase
their silver bullion by depreciating
tne silver coma ot tbe United a ates
and European countries 20 cents on
the dollar must fait, and consequently
mey win be exported. Tbe establish
meLt of tbis mint appears to be a sign
oi neaitny improvement.
FOfMRIKlim PAL
AN
EMPLOYE OF THE
COMPANY.
ADAMS
He Is Under Surveillance and Has
an Unaccounted Irjury Other
Crimes and Casualties.
ITALY.
Papa
Tbe Rclalloas RMwren tha
and Bishop.
Bomb, November 13. In connection
itn the late meeting of the American
Bishops in Rome, and the Plenary
uouncil in .Baltimore, the propaganda
has comp'etedand submitted tu the
rope a code oi rules denning tne rela
tions between tbe Biabops and tbe
Pope and in regard to the discipline of
tneuatnonc clergy.
Qanraallae As;nlnat Cholera.
Alixandbia, November 13. Qiar-
an'ine to guard against the introduc
tion of cholera bus been ordered en
forced e gainst all arrivals here from
Calcutta.
GERMASY.
Atnilom War Threatened.
Berlin, November 13. la conee-
aueuce of tte lallnre to conclude a
commercial treaty between G.rmany
and Switzerland, tbe Bwias ptpera
threaten a ru wins war. Tbe Aortn
German Gazttte declared that reprisals
will be rxade if the threat is executed.
St. L-uis, Mo., Novembar 13 Who
tbe Adms i-ipreis robbers are and
where thev are, era questions which
none but the det-". Uvea working upon
tbe case can arswer. and althouen
tbey st9 thit b th "Jitn Cumminga"
and "Richard Roe" are known to them
and will ba ar-ea ed when the proosr
time aba larrire,tbe belief is expressed
by rxaoy tnat t'aey arj aa much in the
dart at ever.
The Republican says: La'e last night
th; bandarit ng (f the "Cumminas"
Jetteia was careful y compared with
that of a former employe of the Adana
Express Company, and the two are
found to be very like each oth'.r. The
employe, wbeee canae is not give?,
was seen at bis honse this morning,
ana wnus ne recrgnnsd the aimllan
ty, tttttd that be knew nothing what
ever of the robbery beyond what he
read in the papers. He ia under sur
veillance, but could not be arrested on
account of serious injuries which he
received in an accident, tbe nature of
wnicn is not stated, some two weeks
ago.
ibe (J lobe-Democrat states that both
"Cumminea" and "Roe" have beenlo
caiea, ana win b arrested as soon as
it ia discovered where the ttolen
money ia concealed.
Am Old (.adv Cboftrd to Deatk and
aaer aauto. at Keaiea.
Clbviland. O , November 13. Tbe
house of ttecjainin 8. Wheeler, an ex
tensive property owner on Eagle
aireet, waa entered last niebt bv rob
bers, who, after beating and kicking
tbe old man into iosens':blliy, and
choking hia aged wi!e to deth, pro-
reeded to ransack the premista.
Qiite a sum cf money in a closet
escaped tbe notice ol the robbers, and
it ia not known how much wealth
waa secured. Patrick Graves, a former
tenant, has been airss'.ed for tbe
crime, and Wheeer identifies him.
The coroner is inve. t'gating the case.
A Shrewd Kmbessler.
St. Louis, Mo.. Novemher 13
Chailes Jatzsn, collector for Philip
Bardenheier, wine merchant, bai been
mtsting lor several days and his em
ployer charges him with embezzle
ment, placice the amount cf hirt Decu-
lation at about $4000. Hia plan of
woramg wai 10 collect dHbta, put the
mar ey in bis pocket and report to tbe
firm tnat he had granted the debtor an
extension oi credit.
counting for eartbqu kes by t ie intro-
uucuoa oi witirr io tne neatea ma.s,
art pertinent. Tha explanation as
generally givtn is n t complete. If.
however, we admit tlat the cruct of
ti e eaith is in a b.'m.ing conditioa,
air King in some pmcrs and rsing in
ctht-ra, and that the; racil a ions are
produced by the sbiltirg of the
weights on the more yielding surface,
we may get a more uV finite explana
t on of the phenoratn n. For exam
pin, certain ia ts of the Atlantic are
conbtantly beroruiug mie shallow by
tbe trans'er of the laiad into the wa
ter. This increased weight will tend
to pres down tbe solid crust in'o tbe
liquid mass helow and melt it. Krm
the solid uaat'er thus me'tt-d, the w.i
ter of eryetallization included in
the rocks will be s-t fiee in tbe
form .of steam, which, tending to
at ret h the cu-er ems', w. ud five rise to
audden breaks and jars, and eventually
to volcanic frotitinLS. Tbese would
be confined nrinclpaliv to tha tea-
shore liner, sicca along these lines the
accumulation of water would be the
greatest. . Verv truly yonr.',
JUMiru liKNKI.
E. H. Ran die, MoKtnila.Tenn.
The remainder 01 the letter ia not
peitinent. WCUId be'Klad to see the
above opinion of the great scientist fn
print. a. RANDLt.
THE H. A T. RAILROAD.
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Cotton Factors,
No, SOO Front Streets t SXemplila. Tens.
The Trust Csasasj fors
Emteasloa.
ted far Its
STATE TREASURER QUAY
TO BE CAHKBON's SrCCEaSOB IS
Til K SESATI
A 100,000 'lr.
Etapmton. 8. I.. November 13. A
firs which started at 4 o'clock this
morning in the (ffiue of the Ktaten
Island dyeing establishment at West
New Brighton, destroyed tbe pre s
house, oyeirg honse, irame room and
silk hou e togher with their con
tents and machinery. The loss is
abont 1100,000. The fiie wt-.s got un
der control at 9 o'clock. It is raid to
have been cauaed bv a kerosene oil
lamp.
CAaWnnoooo Timet 12th : After
tbe adjoarnmeot of the stock
holders yf aierdty, a meeting waa held
to formally elect directors cf tbe
Southern Trust Company, which waa
incorporated by special act of the Ala
bama Legislature last yar. Mr. Bax
ter also held proxies of tha stock-
hold m in this election, and the
fo lowing were chosen : C 8. Brice,
Gen. Samuel Thoma. H. L. Terrell.
John W. U. Simp on, of New York,
and Milton Humes, of Hun'sville.
This company la authorized by tbe
act rf incorp ration to bold money,
bonds and stocks, and all descriptions
of personal and real property on
general or spec al denes t and in trust.
as security or in payment of deb s due
or 13 beome due said company; to
buy. collect, acljjs', settle or sell said
bond?, stocks, notes, mortgage, chosta
in action, and to Ural iu personal
property. The company ia limited to
the ownership of $100,000 of realty.
except as acquired at j idic al sales. Its
cspbal is fiied at 10,000 shares at $100
eacb with pr vilege to increase samo.
I'hepowenof thia companv aulhoi-
iz id it to negotiate the bonds of tbe
Memphis and Charleston railroad ra
trustee, and tbe formal organization
yesterday figniflsa that it will be the
company ttirouith whose assistance
thia important railroad extens or! will
be made.
Morinnry Jteport.
Mortality report for the week end
ing Saturday, November 13, 1880, at 6
o'clock p.m.:
Name.
Father and
by aa Ei
From Pennsylvania All the Lead-
ins; Politicians of tne State
favorable to Blm.
BRITISH AMERICA.
Manitoba Parliament Blaaolved
Ballroad News.
Toronto, Ont., November 13 The
Parliament of Manitoba haa been dis
solved and the romina ions and poll
ings for the new House fixtd for De
cember 2d and 9th respective'y. A
meeting of tbe heads cf departments
ot tne urana nun a: railway was held
here today. It is understood that the
re-erection of the ttratlord shops, the
building of tbe S uite branch and the
conetmcticn of the Pamia tunnel was
decided upon in crdi-r to inaugurate a
vigorous pr.licy cf competition with
too Canadian Pa-'fld railway.
Liberals Victorious.
6t. John, N. B., November 13. At
the elections for members ot the Las
ialative Council of Prinrc EJwarda
Is and the L'btra's carr'ed ten cut of
thirteen eeata. They had a mojority
oi two r three tn the old Ujunul.
Ontario's Revenue.
Ottawa, Ont, November 13. The
annual statement of the Minister of
finance of tbe Revenue and Expend!
tures of tbe Dominion for the floral
year ending on June 31th las', which
will be published today, will show a
deficit of 15,800,000. Tbe revenue
during the Tear waa onlv 133.200.000.
while the government expended $j9,-
wu.uuu. i ne jreauury is nearly emp
ty and the Minister of Finance will
shortly be forced to float a new loan
to enable tbe government to meet cur
rent expenditures. Never were the
finances of Canada in a more deolora-
ble condition, and matters are getting
woise every day. The Minister ol
finance stated yesterday that he had
underestimated the revenue he would
receive from sustains duties, as shrink
age in values had caused a large fail
ing off in the revenue collected from
this source.
Canadian Pactae Scoop.
Tokosto, November 13.-Samuel
Barker, general manager of tbe North
ern and Northwestern Railroad sailed
today from New York for London. He
was summoned by a cable dispatch
and th a has again given rise to the re
port that the Noithern and North
western road will be absorbed by tbe
Canadian Paoific.
IRELAND.
I'fr-cvtl Into iinna ropier by Boycott
EDdbun! November 13. A trades
man of this city who has gone into
bankruptcy, explained to the court
yesteiday that his bankruptcy waa due
to his being boycotted by the National
League, the effect of which waa to re
duce hia business 60 per cent. The
Judge before whom the case was tried,
said that under the ciicumstances an
offer to the creditors of five shillings
on the poand wou'd be reasonable.
AUSTRIA.
t osinS alalaokys gtatenaent.!
""Vinna, November 13 Count Kal
noky's etitement waa aubstantiallv as
follows: Austria's interests in Bul
garia will be the ma ntenance of treaty
rights. It is immaterial how internal
aflairs in Bu'garia proceed if the es
sentials of the Berlin treaty are not
infringed. It will ba most difficult for
Anstria ti avoid taking action during
tha present eiciiement. Toe Import
ance of Ger. Kaulbara's mission Las
been treat jV overestimated. Ha haa
succeeded in making Radian inffa- j
Philadelphia I'rm: Nothing is so
much talked of in political circles as
the United States Senatoiahip. It baa
been kept pretty well in the back
ground dunng tbe interesting cam
pawn lust cloeed, but tbe overwrelm
ing Republican maj nity in the Legis
lature makes tbe election of a Repub
lican certain, and as a number of
other things are likely to bat a npon
the shaoe which this matter takes, it
CDmes first into the mitds of ail. Tbe
chief figure in tbe discussion is oa'u
tally State Treaaur Quay. Thas he
was moet likely to be a candidate has
Itnnn A AV nf A ffm .Altn.sl mnnlk.
UCCU UUUDIO.UVU 1UI EVTOIDI UIUUIUD.
just as haa the possible candidacy of
several other?, inclnding Chairman
Cooper, Wharton Barker and ex
Speaker Grow, has been underetiod.
There are lew so close to UjI. U iay,
however, as to get an open avowal of
hia ambition. He certainly; did not
carets bave bis position di:cused
opecly until tbe result ot the election
bad been ascertained. Even rjhair
man .Cooper, aa late as Saturday, did
not feel posit vely assured that Col
Quay would be a candidate.
1 here is no l"nger any donbt on tbe
(Ubjeit. (Jol. Q4ay is understood to
bave reached the cor elusion tbat he
can be elected with the cordial rod
Eort of tbe party, aod there U now no
esitaiion on the pait of hia friends to
state his position and let it be koowu
tbat be ia a candidate. He haa kept
bis eye on the Legislative nominations
in all tha pot si h e K" publican d stricts.
and no one who knows Col. Quay's
shrewdness as a politician will doubt
that he understands what he ia doing
when be becomes a candidate for such
preferment.
He would not make a dash for any
thing in politics without a Drettv clear
idea ai to where he is coming out
Chairman Cooper, who knows bim aa
well as anj body, rf cognized this when
he said a day or two ago that "if Col,
Quay decides to bs a candidate for
United States Senator I shall not run."
That took Cooper out of a contest
which he believed was won tbe mo
ment Qiay was openly avowed as a
candidate. One ol Quay a friends said
yesterday that he believed he had the
support of two-thirds of the Legis
late, e. This would mean pretty close
to ail tne nepuoiican members.
Meantime there baa been now and
then more or has suggestion about on-
position to Quay on the part of Sena-
. r o- i.. ill i i
tur vBuimuu. du jnr auis nas uesn
ta'ked witbont expression or action by
Benatnr Cameron himself to base it
on. There is no reason to suppose
that he would oppose objection to
Quay'a election. It ia known that
Gen. Cameron has expressed a kindly
interest in Quay'a success. Whatever
differences may have existed between
Quay and Chris Magee. cf P.tuhuro-.
are no longer in the way of the 8 ate
Treasurer's dtsire to gi to the Senate.
Tbey have worked in enlira harmo-
ny for a year, and very ea-lv in tbe
summer Magee put himself on record
regarding tbe aenatotsbip by siying
that "if Qiay was a candidate be
ought to bave it, and there sbonld be
no opposition to him in the psrty."
With Cooper withdrawing himself
from the race, Cameron not objecting,
if not actually aiding, and Magee cor
dially aeaentiog, tbe track for Quay wa)
well cleared in one quarter at least.
But theie are other candidates.
Killed
nlosloa.
PmsBPFO. Pa.. November 13. A
Sheffield (Pa.) special says: The boiler
in Mapea a mill, near here, exploded
with terrific force last evening, in
stantly killing Milton Mapia, owner of
tne mm, ana bis Yi year old son.
Three employes, named Rjbert Mon
roe, Link Comstock and Harry
unowiea, were seriously, il not la-
tally, injured. The cause of the ex
plosion ia not known.
Terdlel Against Wnltcman.
Nxw York. November 13. The
jury In tbe hears blue mail case this
afternoon returned a verdict of guilty
against ueiective wmteman.
Cnrlla-Tlchhorne IJltchnrKfd.
New Yokk. November 13. Charles
Curtis, alias Tichborne, was brought
up sgain tsday before Uuited 8 a es
Commissioner Benedict, in Brooklyn.
for examination on the charge of
fraudulent pension claim. United
States Di; trie t Attorney Wi.bur sUted
tnat bis evidence was completed. The
prisoner was then aucharged.
Blcbmond and Sihwtpe Claim Fatso
Niw York, Novembar 13. Counsel
for James A, Richmond and Jacob
Sharpe. und r indictment on a charge
cf having br bed the "eo:d.e" Alder
men wl lie officials of ibeBroidway
road, gave noii.e to lay of a motion
tbat they be informed r f the evidence
upm which ibe irdintmente were
found. Thiy make r fliuavit that they
did notbiibe, nor were they privy to
any bribery oi membars ot tbe Goun
cil; that Ihev understand the indict
ments were found on fa re evidence.
and tbey want t) knowi's character
in older that tbey may prepare their
ueiense.
A Walter Girl Kills Her Employer,
WiNFiKLD. KA8.. November 13. A
fearful tragsdy occurred in room 23 of
the Brettou Hcue in tbis city early
this morning. Lilian Quinn. a waiter
girl at the hotel, ahot Frank E Lock-
wood, tbe ball from a thirty-eight re
volver entering hi head above tbe left
eye. bhe then shot herself through
the head and dfed instantly. Lick-
wood is still alive but cannot recover.
Lock wood was formerly a conductor
on tbe Southern Kansas Railroad, and
later the landlord oi tbe Grand Cen
tral Hotel at Medicine Lodne. While
in that business Lillian Qiinn was in
hia employ aa a waiter g rl. He paid
her aieiduous attentions and ahe be
came Infatuated with him. riince then
she has been with him often. She has
been in the employ of the Bretton for
sime time, and haa been fearing that
JjOckwoou waa going to aionoon ber.
During the morning hours she went
to Lockwood's room, with the above
result.
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II Sellers....
M Waterman.
Pat Ward..
H Freeman....
W U Uuid
J f-hawl
L M Smith
M J Coxa
J Les-.
M Bin
H Klsnka
M ICoatilla
8 A Karrell...
Cotorm.
A Turner ...
Unknown
K Mitohell
V Owena
H A Pater
A Mitchell
0 Willisma...
L Jameraon....
M MoLain
W Truman ,
0 Warloy
Sax. Acs Caaae Daatk.
mats 2 eon. of bowels
male lSm wal. lerer.
male o2 enuhyetna.
male 71 paralyaia.
mala 'Mi euoaumption.
male 3ia mal. fever.
niala 4 oonjeetion.
mala 67 paralraia.
female 11m mal. fever,
female 7o eld age.
female 6m debllitv.
female 'i dynentery.
female 61 consumption.
male 27 oonjeatlon.
Oaals it) expasrs.
mals 7 mal. ferer.
male 31 oensuiuptloa.
female - 3 mal. fever,
female 10 i-omumptioa.
femals 4 whoup, oougfa.
female X eroup.
femile 2 inauitlnn.
female 1 eonvnlaiona.
female S2 coniumptioo.
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eured in a f. w days without the nas of mer
cury, ohanre of diet or hindranos from
businsaa. heoondary Syphilis, thelaatves
t'neeradioated witbo-itths use of mereary.
Inrolunsnry loss of komen stopped in short S
time, tiuffnrars frnm Iituui.... a. I. ... .7
aeiual p;wera restore to free viror la few
weoks. Vtottma ofsell-ahuss and exemirs
venerr, suflerinc from siwrmatorrhes n
loasor physical and mental nower, Sdlly
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tlon paid to the- llli-easea of Women, and
cores runranteud. Piles and old sorea cared
without the as. of caustic or the knlle. All
.m..ihumi siriony eonndeotial. M.dt-
oiu. sent ty aipieaa to all
ouuniry,
srworklnai
rates. Olfioe hours Irooi 8 o'ol ork a.m. td
parts at the
prkinaraen enred at half th. saa
o clock p.m. D. w. JOHNSON. M.D.
TUB
GRASS
Question
munlty.
la snisglnr out at rloultaral am-
Messra. K. 0. CKAIU k CO., ffoa.
7 and Union aireet, Memphis, Tenn
are dally In receipt tt
FARMING
sports on trowth in dlverslH.d oroppiac
corn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, oereala, sad
orchard, berda, elorer, tall aneaJ.iw eat
traaa and timothy a rail
PAYS.
All oar wornont sedis lands may ba ra
cial uitd by aowlna rv. and clover on thorn la
fall or spring, or aosinc cow-peas In May,.
June or July, th.ntnrn tinder, and
RICHLY
Improve the land.
II. f.. OUA1U A CO.,
Acrlouttaral tmplemests anJSssd Dsalsra,
MKVPHI. TKNV.
yam? rstntlor fnr b'ie Orlzlnal 93 ho
ll.wnr.t(riiiilLiill.iiiB.
KoneGenaiuoMulraabrai-lugtblsHiampI
JAMES MEANS $3 SHOE.1
filtl,tAf lui fti
f vffTi wtt' A vwut rt.nl nrnt to
1 s-VI r r 1 m liHwIU britiK yon Inft'rm'v-
iVa tiinlHnvttf"i4ltlfltsliu la
V ,. rll euxf bintv or TwUot j. A
I V'-'rl J.Mcanfl&Co.;
'' ' - U L Mnouln atl
L - W ''ftNv Uuatua, alaas.'
FYV- P-w- I
. ..... Amaj
J. A. BAILIY.
U. . WITT.
This slice atamla hlaber In thecottmatl'-n ot
WailnH-S Uian any nucr m (no vnriil. 1 itou
aanils wno wear Ik wm mi jreu uui i
Baa I
Itjoa
Distribution by Wards First. 3:
Sficond, 7; Third, 2; Fourth, lj
Fifth, 2; Sixth. 1; Seventh,-; Eighth,
3; Ninth, 1 j Tenth, 6. City Hospital,
z. drill Dorn, I, wiille. 13. Uolured.
is. rotai, xa.
F. A. WILLIAMSON.
Ri eretiry llo.rtl ot Health.
Batter, Kaji aad ('hens.
CmcAQo, III . November 11. The
tnnnbur of the Ma ional Hutter.Oheese
and r.ig Aseociaiion today plncted Mr.
11. 15. uurler, ot JJtKrtit), HI., presl-
dentf jr the rnauiaa yir. They had
quite a sp'riteil dacutjriin nver a raao-
lutioD by Mr. Duttou. ol New York.
that a 1 dea'.pra and exliiliicra of oleo-
margjrino be boycotted. Everybody
wauted tbe floor at once, but the
tempi-Ht was abated by the adopliou
of a Eubs'.itute that the mi'inburs of tbe
anoriatun ilnuld hold theniselvea
aloof from the Illinois 8 ale Board of
Aiiiiculture aa lonir aa t int body en-
courages tunst who niannfHctnr.4 oleo
margarine. Tha convention ac'l mrned
sin a ma.
J. A. BAILEY & CO,.
IP3LnTrJE:a:iEIE3 2rS E3 ,
330 Second Street, Memphis.
A LAROH ANb OOMPLETB STOCK OF PLTJMDRRH. OAS AND ST It AM FITTBRb
A Materlala. Pomps. Drive Wells. Iron, Lead and -4one Piiw, Haa Klitnres, HlnhM, Rte
. f. FAJlflsJOM.
0. 0. KM.
K. A. PAKUft.
B.I.. WHMU
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
Uholosale Grocers & Cotton Factory
Sft Fromt Strtvet, Memphla, Tena.
SaMsa ssatlcBs4 ta aa will hars sar sarafnl atunllea. Ws sarrf al all staisa a wsOV
- tslsstad itttk si
Staple & Fincy Groceries, Wines, Llquorsjob&cet & Clgin
tflirf will lf mm I mm tH l,iiwMj(,
SUGGS & FETTET
WHOLESALE
THE LITE PBOF. UEXBI
ttaa Orlarla and Caaae r Earth.
quakes scatter Bterer Before
Fabllshed.
Bcaaly la a -rselaas silfl,
And faultless tseth ia a lovely mouth
is one of its greateet charmr, Bs
careful of yonr tenth, and preaeiva
them by uiing 60ZODONT, that
charminudontriflc. wh.ch is nrrfactlv
harmleas and abiolaielr indiupensab.e I eattbquaka and '
lor tha toilet -Mzjja - :i 1 aav tnat Itbink
To the Editors of the" Appeal:
BiFLtv. Taaif., November 12. I
send yon a copy ol part of a letter
written by tne la'e mi. Joseph
Henry, ol the Smithsonian Institution.
It seems quite pertinent to the recent
earthquakes. I aoppose his remarks
were onaj'nal with htm, and I do not
think this opinion of bia baa ever been
published, lne letter was written in
ansarerto certain theories I bad bur
b fated to him, with which he iu Dart
agreed, and wrote what is below in
additional prcot, nut wnicn ia really
his own ouginal views.
I. H. RANDLK.
6rTH(iau rusTiTUTtox, 1
Waaiiiiurua. Mar h. mra r
DiakSib: luri-piyto vonr le-tir
auking my opinion of your theory of
voicauoea, i ntve to
your remarkj, ac-
J. P. 1I0LST & uno.
(SUCCKSSOB TO W. U. BOLflT A BBO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants.
2ftO and 202 Vront Nt.. MemplilN. Tenn.
KB-
Funeral Directors.
H1VI KEMOTED TO
Mo. SSt SECOND ST., HEXPUIS.
A FULL and aomplsts stock of Wood and
Metal lie Oases and Cask eve, Cloth-OoT-sred
Osakets and BnriaJ Kobea alwara oa
hand, ssr Orders by tslsarrapk proaipUy
A. VACCAHO & Co
VmOLESALE UQUOB DEALERS,
He. S78 AITD SSO FR01TT STREET, MEX2PXXXS.
Lata
J, T, LiPRADB.
i J. T. LsPrsds i Oo.
JOHN HoORATH.
UU with J. I. LsPrsds k Oo
OflnteresttoLadies LaPRADE, MRATH&Co
COTTON FACTORS
IT will bs money eared to any lady eon
tsmnlatins the Durcihua nf a newlnS'Ma-
ohlne In the next ninety days tn eall and ret
price of tn. Liaht-Kunninc NE aV HstME
and s.s their la'est improvement, the Auto
matln Bobbin Winder, wbioh plaoea ths
HaW HOME several years ahead of any
maonins now in me market.)
Mew Home Sewlnc-Machlne Co.,
'aa Nnrtst a'aarl flirexit.
II VOItttKN
T EQALLY and Quietly Obtained la a lew
j-j weeaa. wnooot oubiie it, tor non-ens
port, desertion, cruelt an.l ether oanaes.
All oo etnanioetlons eonllilen'ial. Adrios
free. WILLIAM KCA Lf. a W. rnom 17. aonth.
east corner Fifth and Main streets, KAN-
BAB vi rr, mi.
AND COMHISBIOtf MEItCHANTS,
No. 304 Front street. : Memphis, Tenn.
avHsTlnt retired from ths Saddlery and Harness bosinasi and opened an offlos as abovs.
ws ars pleased to annooneetoour friends ana tne pnblle aeneraiiy inai we are now prepared
to serve them in oar now oepaoiir. Keturnlnf thanks for the very liberal patroness ex
tended aa In ths old line, ws trust to merit aod rsooive s share of your favors in the new.
iikr n tr r,, mmtnn i n ' .
I0(Capcine)O
IllKbrwl Award nf Mmtiilsla Europe
aiDtirira.
Ths nea'.eat, quickest, anfe't and most
powerful remedy known 'or Kheumatis jj,
Plearlsy, Neurtlala, Lunbaao, Uarkanhs.
Weakness, Ln ds In ths ('he-t and ill acbea
and pans. Indorsed by StlOU Poyiirinns and
L-raae-i'ta of the hibeei repots. Benson'a
Plaslara nromotl reliera and eara where
other plasters and areas sa vrj, liniments
and lotions er. snsoiutely useless, riewiin
of imitations under similar sound ni names
snob aa " Capaieum," "Cspurin''Capai-
eine. ' as they ae uchrly nor DIMS sod In
tended to d-oel. Asa rue Baaas'a mi
Taaa socitsuss All drufs sts. bKAUUHV
k JUUNbUN, Proprietor., New York.
Cotton Factors, Ubolesalo Grccors,
Urn. 11 UIa Street, i x XXemplaU, Tenn.
J. W. VOEQET.I & CO
EXT1UOT
A NATURAL TONIC
HmU Eraa JKarth.
"Sasmwl ' Mas.
WW
Trado lliii-k.
ALCOHOL
PLEASANT TO THE
THE GREAT BLOOD ;
A-
far Drssp.la,ull dirai- uiriiaa
f (ho Dlsjeatlvo Orjrn uual lb
Hr, akin Ulseasos, Cats, Harms,
calds and Hrnlsos, ACIB ya
JEAHII1 I. a specific.
Rheumatism, malarial Dlsor
Store, Chronic Diarrhoea aad m
adnata easos of Iltood Palsonla(a
Tlold without fall la Its wroadssW
ial csarauwo paay.r.
Aa las-trv pauophlwa, a a issad
I all aesltrs sows, paoipsasd.
troaaa Iho A. I. K. Co., .tlaUo. AJaa.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQIITt
At WhnlfBalo lir VAV VLKRTat CO,
TrnM(eoH Nnle.
LPA1LUKK haint been mads In the pay-
X1 luunt ol the IndahtmlnfiaM sj,.,nril m
rust (ler,d mede by 0. M. Padsett and wife,
is to radaetl, oo the of Unroll, lnai,
nd reonrded ln beok l.'ltt. nste Srln. nf thm.
Heaiater's offins of riiielby county, Tennes
see, In persunnoe ol tbe power therein con
ferred, I will, on
NalnrdM-. November UO. lHh.
between 12 o'clock m a:;d I o'clock I iu., at
the southwest corner ol Main and Madison
streets, In the olty of Memphis. Tenn., sell
to the hlahest bidder, for eash, tne tollnwins:
Sraota of land. Iritis and being n 1'realdents
sland. In Hbolby county, Tennessee, and
oumled aa follows I
llesinnina at the southwest corner nf a AM
acre tract tn tbe nam. nf W . Paraon 1 thencs
north 17 chaina and 60 links tn s ataks with
boa elder, pawpaw and hickory pointers:
thence wast !) chains to an ash saplini with
twolarxe cottonwoud poiutrrs; tbonoo south
U chains to a atake in the mouth of n mlne
on the bank ol tho chute, wi'h willow, cot-
inwood and avaatnor. nnlntr - fli. nn
the chute with its meandering 'h chains to
the boainnins, oon aiuina 40 acres. Also,
ne othrr trnct on said ia and. houn ia,! s
follows: llritinniiii nt a boa elder marked V,
n the east bnk of th. mam kmnoh ni th
Missirsippi riven tiieno. oown said river fit
liatna to th extreme point nl J iilant
thencs north Ml' ea.t uo the awst InitA 13
chaina to the eastern line of said tract, inill-
itieu uy ceaar posts; men-'e aue nortn 40
limine to a stake in the southwest corner of
iis acre trail in the name nf Robert Cnm-
ilis: thence due west to the hevlnnlnir. onn.
alnilic 40 acres said two trsota auntuininf
bllucre..
The e-iultvof redrmrtinn. hnmestesd and
owereaores.lv waived and titU hMiiMved to
be food, but I sol! aa trustee on'r.
WM. A. UOLLIKH. Trustee.
roul. Bene
I'rre. A victim
youthful impra-
dence, oauslna Premature Decay, Nerroaa
Debility, Lout Manhood, etc), having tried
in vain every known remedy, hsa discovered
simple sell. cure, which he willsend 1 KttK
of hia lellow auQerera. Address
u j. JHAHUH.
Post flfflce Tlor STO, New York Htr.
aanliood:?"
M. 0. PIAEOI.
JOHN L. MoCLILLAN.
ES.O.FBAROB fc Oo
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ls,
si- '
Ko.'280:riiOHT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.:
I swiiaj 1C WrvssM-wwaa as! ralosa ltrsit.H
. . i arri--Trriiii
. "Londcti
it
Trouser stretcher
Patented tn Rnrop. and t'nl
tod Mtiiuna. Nolo Aaruta la
I mini Main foroelebrati
John Hamilton A Oo. .Stretch
er. Takea bnuxsluK out itf
Isnexms restores pantaloona to
orifinal sbap.. Only patented
Str.toh.r coinbinina screw rod
tn combination with damps.
All others intriniremenrsi
Original and on y sarracliea
r..r irrallrinu'a nasi II
Eaprese sacursiy packed. Pnoe B 60. Wrlt
lor circulars. Aaenta wanted in ev.ry city,
I W. Ml H MNW '.. BiMila.lltM.S
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