ThE EXPREMDEST PAVSES
AWAY WlTilUUTA TRUGLE,
At Ills UuofteiiUUDUS Homeou Lex
loetoD Jtpuiip, Sow York, After
bK WAS SUttUOLXDID 10 THE
II f Lorine It. lallreg and Klud
Friend?, but Died Uneonsclons
of Jleir rresence.
Vrw Yomc, Novpmbor 18 Ex
President (Jhtatar A. Anhnr die 1 ut 5
'clotk this morning at bis residence,
Ho. 123 Lexington svenne. lie had
been ailing for some time Iroin a com
plication oi diseases, principally kid-
eyanection. u cki Breni u e gam
mer At aa'erie pUce, and it was
supposed that thia had (itrrptt enoa
aomewtut Ins enfeeble 1 conetiiutiou.
His death was unexpected, it not bt
in? nuppcmefl, ouwiiin ot Dig nonce,
that he waa in any immfediale danger.
TUB tikWB Or THE DltATH
i ex-President Ar'luir ramo a a
great surprise, iiotwit'.n'uiidiDg iba
aUrniing tumor s to his linultli dur
ing (tin BUiiim r mnthB. Tim oup
pog'd improvement in h' condition,
noted dnr.nit his s ay in New London,
Cnun., and the apparent coii.'ideuci
eiprtased by the friends who remaircd
elojo to hiui, crea'.ud the imp'osiioa
tbal his l.ca ta nad ben tadically im
erovud, givinit him the promise of a
renewed lease of lift. Uis disfasn
was one affecting Hie kidnnys, and
these na:nHt him had nn faitti in his
permanent recovery, but bin suddm
deBQ'Ba wua not spoken of. Ii beiran
to sink laiddly shortly after uiiduight
and by 3 o'clock i: wag kmwn that
death was approaching. He pawed
awxy without apparent pain.
FLA (iS AT II A LP MAST.
As aiori as the news of Mr. Arthur's
death was made public many fl igg ou
pablic and private buildings were
filacud a' half roast. Mr. Arthur had
ived at N . 123 L.xingtjn avenue lor
twenty yeara or more. A stroke of
nrebial apoplexy, sudden but not
wholly nnexptc d liy the at'.ending
pbygiciana, terminated his life. The
stroke cauie in his alep between
Tneday night and Wednesday morn
ing, and he did u,)t rally ihereut er.
II:a drttb was ptluteas the bIhw
going ont of a burned down candle,
and f r lioura bifora the eod caine he
wkii nucouiicioiis to his nurroundinus.
His son and daughter, his Blu er, his
former la partner, Hhormau W,
Ire s and big closest friend, Surrc
i WKRB AT HIS DKD8IDB.
All reports to the contrary, Mr.
Arthur's health had not improved
during his stay In New London six
wetks ig i, and at his teturn on Octo
ber 1st, he was no better than when
be left the ciiy. As time passed no
permanent improvement came, and
the phyeidauB feared some such sud
den stroke ai the one to which he
Bnccnmhi'd. In lm enfeebled cnudi-
n, even a light stroke of apoplexy
wnnld prove fatal lo the once robiiBt
patient. But with the beuinning of
the present week a marked chaugu for
the bet er set in. Tnes lay the ex
President lelt better and strongerthan
at any t'me since be wa taken sick,
and cinuneutrd hopefully upon the
fact. It wb after midnight when his
attendant left him hI"Iih in hia bid
room, and nething was hi ard of him
daring tha early mori ing hours. He
was in t disturbed nuiii bin attendant
entered hia room at 8 o'clock yeutor
day morning, when
III FOUND MR. ABTHUH
lying on bis aide brHstbing benvl'y
and could not rouee bun. Tun family
answered hia summons, but filtd to
elicit any eigne of coDKeiousners rr
recoguit on from the ex Pienient. In
aUrrn tbpy Mimmotied U phyaxian,
Dr. Oenrga A. Peters, who h.is been in
attendance upon Mr. Arthur through
out hii linear, and who reupondtd
yrnmptly and at once saw that be wai
Ballerina, from a stroke of cerebral
apoplexy. A small bl mil vefRfl in
the brain had bur-t nl and paralysis of
the right side had entitled. From the
moment the dieenvary was made all
hope was known to be vain, but no
eflorts were spared to bring the pa
tient back to oniciouHDecg. They
-were all alike failures. Mr. Arthur
lay motionless and speechltss all day.
He knew what was giing on about
him, for he squeexad hia doctor's hand
and put cot his tongue partly when
naked to do f o, but he never Bpoke or
cave any other sign of conscloutinoss
List night at 6 o'clock the enfeebled
pulse, mora difficult respiration and
ther tigns of hyaical fa lore indi
cated to the wabfnl eyes of the phy
THB END WAS DRAW I NO NKAB.
A charge lor the worse cime on
rapidly, aiid hia eiBterg and c'dldren
ra'hertd at his bedside. lr. Xm, A.
Valeotine, Ir. Poter's partner, and
Sarrogato Kollins stayed with thim
during the night. Mr. Knevals went
cauie at midnight. Mr. Arthur's
strength ebbrd out s'owty, and with
it bis life. It was 6 o'clock when the
end dime. He hr.d bein entirely
ren'c'eBS for hours, ai;d died without
astruvglo. Mr. Arthur was 50 years
Id. He had been a widower seven
years. His wife was Mies Ellen Heru
don before be married her, daughter
of a navl olll -t r, a Virgiuian. wtio was
loit at sea. OI their two children the
on, Ohester Al;an, ia 22 yeara o'd. He
was graduated f n m Princeton College
a rear ago, and h now a student in the
Columbia Lw school. His practical
training I ere is in the law office of
Kni v-il- A Ktns m, the firm of which
the ex-Pfgideni wag a member up t )
the tiraa of hui eltction as Vice-President
on the Garfield ticket. 1 tie
daughter, Miss Nellie, tf whom Mr.
Arthur wai Very foi.d, ia 14 years old.
Undertaker Daviilvon wa sum
moned to tale charge of the remains
TUB FCNBKAL WILL TARB FLACB
Saturday at 9 o'clock a m., Irora the
Church of the Heavenly Ilet, the
Kev. lir. rarter Morgan omcUUng
Mr. Arthur was not a member of any
church, but hia wife formerly attended
t'jat etiorch. Cue of 1 lie ilittinctive
features of the ex-Preaident'a charac
ter wps hia strong loyalty ti her mem
ory. Mr. Arthnr'a remains will be
buried in the Albany Rural Cemetery,
in tho faniiy p ot.
BR. OKOBOA PBTKH8 WAS FOUND
at his oliice today. HeH:id: "Mr.Ar-
tbnrdiedrf c?rcbfi;l I'poplexyj that
Li, it win i lid ur.iii((ii. tv ciiB-. Itwas
oneofthr- -tryiiiowhiih his troutile
miiih' t. rmin ito tt'. any t 'ui.-. To that
x en.t van rot nn xpee'ed. Fur
two cr three j tara Mr. Arthur hi'd
roilereil fio a nil ci.irtd and en-le-bhd
terirt, and the variety of
8in; tox that, alarm d hir fiieni's
w aa the ratu ai reeu t of tbi co'di
tion. He had kidcey efl-ition,
Brght'sdi'raa but it was rot the
causa f Lis leth. A man of lens
pnwuful con t tution wonlJ tiava auo-enmb-d
mach sooner. H'l grett
physical kt'erg'h pulld hiin thn ugh
us far as this. Mr. Aitiuir wanot
only phsiciilly strong but a nvgbty
go id man, arid thns who were clost
to him in lit irnuMta learned t value
him mo t highly."
TBXKGBAUS ClNVtYINO THK SBWS
of tbe'death of the ex-rr ide A have
b;ensoi-tt3 his brother, Maj Wi.l am
Arthur, of the Un t d 8.tei regular
krmy, s atmned stSin Ar tonio, Tex ;
to lieo. lttewater. at i'li'in jeti nia;
ex-'e;rtt ry W. E. Chatdler, who
called on Mr. Arthur Monday, ard to
oth r mi mbcrii of the ('abinet of the
late adminictration, and alo to sure
personal friends ot the dereaied. Hia
eicetted that the membaiaof Ped
dent Arthur's Cabinet will be akeil to
act as pall bearers at the funeral. The
remains now lie in a parlor on the
tecond flonr of the unostentatious
residence, whose honored owner has
panedaway. The. Let of the rapidly
waning life of Mr. Arthur was no
mtds pablic, and it was not until
some Lours after his death that knowl
edge of it was on the streets. It Is
not vet known whether the Rev- Dr
II lwlaud, late rector of the Church of
the Heavenly Rest, or the Kev. lr.
Morgan, the preg-nt rector, will
officiate nt tho funeral atrvice. As
soo a aa the death of Mr. Arthur h
came known flags were placed at half
matt on the custom bouse ana on
mot of the public and injrcanti'e
MNYINO) TDEll-BLVIB 13 CALLERS.
James 0. Re J, private stcte'sry to
the late ex-Presfdei.t, riceivui all
callota st the home of fie Arthuis o
day, the family of the d-ad President,
cuiBioting or hia sou, tines er A. Ar
thur, jr.; his daughter, Ell-n H.
Arthur, and hlaiiuterp. Mrs. McElroy
and Mra. Caw, denying themBeives ti
all calluia. xus aaordtary remained
in an apartment on the second fl icr i f
the IijU o, and there resolved u e
patches coiivsying eipresilons of fym
t atby ftom relative! and near fi lends.
but none of these were given to the
"i.Il'g IS MOT WOBTH LIVING FOB."
A very few dvs aco. in ronveraa
linn with Arqnelact Commieaioner
Fiih, who hid i ailed to we Mm, Ex
Prtaident Arthur made the f 'Mowing
despairing remark: "After all, life is
not; worth living for, and I might as
well give up the struggle fir it now as
anv other time, aid submit to the in
evitable." Prclauiiilla ttt the Woverwor of
Aldahy, N. Y., November 18. Tho
following waa issued tiiis afternoon :
State of New York Proclamation by tho
By the death of a diKingutuhed citl
xen tbe poople of the btate are again
called to mourn. Chester A. Artuur
entered Into net at Lis nsu'encain
Now York City ealy this mem ing.
He had always made bis home within
our Hta'e, and from his ear y manhood
had occupied within it places of offi
cial distinction. Aiacltmn of New
Yolk Ht-ita be was elected V'ce Presi
dent by the whole people. Upon the
death of Pnaldent (J irtleld he bacams
President by sticcieeion, and with dig
nity to himself and wi h honor to the
country he filled that highest otU. e in
our government. In all hia life he
bore without abuse the name of gen
tleman. Rememboiiog the services
and admiring tbe chatacter nf Presi
dent Arthur, it is littiug that we
ahonld, by such action as may be
deemed BiiSti riate, x press our air
row in his death and show reject for
tbe high official position which he
hold by choice i f Ins countrymen.
Done at ti e Capito! in the city ol
Albany on this lH.h day of November,
iu the year ol our Lo'd 1N8II.
. DAVID B. 1IILL.
Br the Onrtranr.
wh. u. nie, iTivato Mairetary.
Wasuinoton. Nvembr 18. Tht
Pens ora below namd will aUend the
fti'.iernl on behalf cf theSrinete: John
(Sherman, Oeo. F. Edmunds, John A.
t.ogan, wm. u. Allison. M. t). Butler.
Jauiei D. Ciimeron, W. I) Voorheee,
warner aliiiir. Ue-. C. V.et. A. r.
Gorman, J i.e. R llawley and James
WHAT Til a UltMDIiKS OF TUB CABINET
A tirtioy G fr oval Garland siid lie
hid known ex President Aithur inti
mately, and had reason to esteem him
both as a friend and aa a publio official.
Mr. Artnur orcupied a very tiying
pit-ition as Preaident, enteiing the
white iioasa as us did. during' the
political excitement which followed
the death of President Garfield, and
his administration was marked br
ability ot high order.
4 8f crctary Lamar said that Mr. Ar
thur's death will touch the hearts of
many pfople with grief. Called to
the Preaideucy under moat painful
and trying circumstances, he bore his
honors with qutmty and administered
the executive department of tha gov
ernment In a manner that was jtut to
an sections, lis was highly eateemed
and especially liked by many of the
Houthern Senators and Representa
tives. Postmastar General Vilas said that
Mr. Atthur'a administration of tho
government had oommended him
very Btronglv to the rospect of the
people, and especially conaideriug; the
very trying oircumetinrfs under
which hot tok efflce, hU admlnis'ra
tion might be called remarkably stic
MBifol. No instance in which a Vies
Preeidentbad perlormed the duties of
the office of Priui lent iu the previous
history of the country offers a more
commendatory record of result.
Hecrotory Whitney said: ''I knew
and eateemed President Arthnr very
highly long before he became Presi
dent I deemed him a much abler
man than was his repute when he waa
placed uiou the ticket. I regret his
death peiaanaily, for he waa tbe most
genial of gentlemen and leaves a large
ciic'e of irlsuds who will be filled with
The reolUg at Balltoaarv.
Baltihobb, Md, November 18. In
telligence of the death of Ex-President
Atthur was received in this city
with a generai deling of profound rt
gret. As aeon as it waa posted on tbe
bu'letin boaids hundreds ol people
gathered about them, and tbe expres
sion of rorrow waa universal. The
fligsof many of the publio buildings
are at half mast.
The 4)adllla f Tnia at lb
Chicago, III , November 18 The
condition of sUaira at the Union
Htock Yards is practically unchanged,
Additional men weie engaged by the
packers today, end .the honsia are
gradually boainuirg to operate at
nearly tholr full cKpucity, tht.Uih sav
eral of the hons-s have not yet opened
their d-ors nod remain idle. Tne 8ec
end lUgiment of infant y and one
tronp of cav.ilry remaiu on dnty, but
it ia expeced that they will be with
BnbAci-llMi tr I lie MApicM?.n
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALFRIDAY, NOVEMBER K 1S86.
m. LWVREVCE UOPKMS
WA5TS 70 BK DIYO(ED FROM
HE It II CMS A D.
lla It Too Slow for Iter and She Is
8o, Ha Fond of fecial Ea
tertiilamenLs. Nktv Yoek, November IS. Formut
prsi cedtngB for divorce, it was !.'rt ed
vesti rJsy. have bean begun by Mrs
LareDC Hopkins, no e l as one i f
me meat htautilal women in new
York society, against hr huaba-id,
Amos Lawrence uopktna, vice presi
dei t cf tbe Missouri Pacific railrnai,
and son of the Venerable Maik Hop
kinp, pre-ident of WlJiams College.
It lai been known for aom'e weeks to
only their moat intimate friends that
huiband and wife had separated, but
it was believed that the difference
wu!d prove only a temporary
ore. Mra. Hopkins has, how
ever, through ber counsel, G'O'ge
miss, servea upon ner nu-uana a
(u.umooa to answer in a suit for di
vorce, and Mr. Hopkins has ergaged
Dillon and Bwayne to defend the suit.
Toe epnarently Una l d nerence re
twetn Mr. and Mr. Hopkins occurred
about two weeks ago, iince which
time Mrs. Hopkins has lived at a
hnusn, No. 1 Eist Forty seventh street,
and Mr. Hopkirs with hia friend and
rounrel, Gen. Waener bwayne. Mon
day he went to Washington on busl
nea, and will return tomorrow, when
his conriel will begin the prepara
tion cf the answer to the citition.
-Mr. and Mis. Hopkins. have been
married st-ven vfars. His iirBt wit",
who died in 1874 or 1875, was Miia
Meta Renwick, daughter of James
Kanwick, aicMtect of the cathedral
and nil ceo! ben. L oyu Anpinwall
They had no children. For some
yeatfl after the death of his first wife
Mr. Hopkins was located in Chicago
as vice pres cient ol tbe lllino s Leu
tral railroad, and mot Miss Dnnlep,
dangoter ot George L. ttu-.lap,
prominent meicbaut ot that city. She
was nitab'e in the society of the
Western metropolia for her even
dutirgulsbcd 'lenity ard tbe in
depemlencB of her mind and meth
ods. They were married in 1879.
Mr. Hopkins attracted tbe atten
tion of Mr. Gould by his ad mi able
capacity as a railroad manager, and
wag invited by Mr. Gould to come to
this city as one cf bis litutenanta. Ha
has iince occupied a pecul arly in-
tima'e re'a'icn to the great railroad
n agnate, an ! two years ego removed
from the Sherwcoil sputment house
where he bad fltst lived In New York
to thu House No. 1 East Forty-seventh
etrett, which belonged to Gould and 1b
next dior to Gould's own residence.
Judge Dillon and Gen. Baayne are, as
id wfll krowe, Mr. Gould s lawyers,
Mra. Hpokins did rot take any
prominent part in New York eociety
until the winter ol 1884. in January
of 1K85 her beauty created a social
eeneaiion when she appeared as
"Gatherioe ol Arragon in tableau ar
ranged, in the parlors of Mra. Wm. 0,
Whitney's hou'e. Mis. Whitney had
but recently c ine into possession of
the handsome mansion ot the corner
of Fifth avenue and Fify-reventh
Btreet, and the otcision wts a notable
event in the anra'u of New Yoik so
ciety. The tablnaus were organized by
Mrs. Uurton Harrison in aid of the
Industrial H 'hools at Pelham, of which
Mrs. Wm. Hoyt is tha patron. U lick
following this triumph Mis. Hopkins
achieved other social successes at the
opera and Selmanfco bulla. Her
beau'y, costumes and jewels attracted
very geniral interest and attention.
Her home was furntehed with much
taste and elab.ira'tness and became
somewhat famous for dinners and
small entertainments given there. Mr.
11 likine, on the contrary, ia under-
Bior.d to be very qu'et and dumubtic in
his incltn itioi'g. tiotng a very buay
man he had 1 ttle lime end legs earn
for society. This radical difference of
tiutoa it n&rribed by friendg es the
hrimary causi of the diflViencos be
tween them, which have been a mut
ter of current repcrt for a year cr two
back. But it would appear that
Mrs. Hopkins will in ber suit a--k
lor divorce upon a much mon
s-rlous ground. There is but one
cause admitted by the courts of ttiis
state aa a reason (or granting a
divorce, and this cause M s. Hopkins
Is undtTatonu to have connected with
a lady'a nuld formerly in her employ.
Wen. Hwayne was absent from the
city yesterday and Judge Dillon could
not be lound. Mr. l'nkaon. junior
member of the firm, said that he did
not feel justified, in tbe absence of his
sealing, in discussing tbe matter or to
give any particulars whatever except
to say that Mr. Hopkins bad
full and sufficient defense to
all complaints alleged. George Bliss
declined to speak on the subject ex
cept to admit that he had been re
tained by Mrs. Hopkins in ber suit for
divorce. Mrs. HoDkins eneut the
summer of 1885 at Lenox. This last
summer the had a cottage atNewrorr,
wune ner husband s business kept
him in the citv. lie haa Imt rarnlv
appeared with her at the opera or
otherentertainraents. At the time of
their separation, several weeks ego.
her father came on from Chicago, and
me present action la understood to be
with bis sanction. An aunt is with
her at the house on Forty-seventh
street. There are no children.
IDE HUMANE ASSOCIATION
Reinforced by Number f Hiw
Cincinnati, 0., November 18. The
American Humane Association was
reinforced by the arrival of a number
of new delegates this morning. Meas
ures wer fatten tn tender the cervices
of the aiocit.ticn s arbitrators be
tween railroads and owners of hu
mane stock cars; to memorialize Con
gress and the President of tbe United
States in Jreference to the transporta
tion of cattle; to provide for syste
matic eflorts for the pioteotion of
birds: for tbe employment of agents
to visit (States and Territories having
no humane societies to secure organ
isation and legislation ; to secure thor
ough investigation of treatment and
condition of cattle on Wt stern
ranches; to provide for the syetematlc
policing cf aiock yards; to secure uni
form li gislatlon Lr tha protection of
children ; to reenre co operation in tha
protection of children exhibited on
the stage and to employ financial
agents. The Legislative Committee
was inatrocted to aik the passage of an
act of Oongrtsa iccorp rating the as
sociation. A special committee was
appoiuted to report at the next meet
ing upon the bist means of providing
for cbildien who are wares of the
State, A paper in flnaucial rupport of
humane work, by George T. Angel!,
president of the MaBsachuaetta Brci-t-ty,
was preeontad. A motion that
thu Executive Commit'ee aweag all
a-sociations repiesented iu the con
vention pro ra'a on their membeiship,
for the purpotu of defraying tho ex
pnrs'S of the committeo to be rent to
WoBhington in the interest cf legla a-
tion for the cat'le industries, was car
ried f er a length d s u 'ton.
Resolot ors were snbxi led recit ng
the advance in live at ck and d f -tnl
beef ra'ea from Cblrwg -, and i!e
nortoeing th ",i'r s cf tre ra iroa ts
ss in direct opp s tio.i to tl e interMa
of a:l ihs cat 1h growers a nl leeders
of the West, and a i ex o tion vh;c'u
shoiiMno 1 iuer be endu ed. 'I he
resolutio is ea li 1 on il the il II rcLt
live stoi k exc aiig s cf the lount-y
tn join n a p ot rt o f ong eat to pre
vent unjns. dis: riir.ii ati 'iis The
rBO ut'ons er unaiiimotiB y A- p'ed.
A res ilnti. n wie bIho ad 'p:i d urging
the Pre Mni,t t ) embody io liii uiea
eaee to Cog"tP, a c anse u'gii g ac
tion by C'onureiS to iusu-e tie
s.ampit g ont of ci:tagi ;us diat-a-es.
A series ol rts ilntio a rflered bv
Graovi le 8wart, of Montana, wire
adoptt-d, c-llii g npon Congieeo to re
move the Iudian tribes liv.nal rg
the Canadian b U' d.ry line, and thua
prevent inu rnutional comp icati ns,
allowing the li-nd ti le tub red for
settlement. Tha reaolutioi s al o de
manded that lands be given io In
dians in severity, ecaordicgto their
needa, and chniM fie pre eut sys em
of caring for hu Indians.
Th s tf errooii t' e fol owing papers
were read: "On' B rda,-' by Preiidnt
H-.tch, of the Hamilton County (0 )
Horticultural sc-i-ietv; 'Prjtection tf
Birds and t'i- vvorkof the Audubon
So' ietv," by (i K Grincell, ed'tor of
The Fore l ami fttriam, nd "Einca
tion cf the Ho h -," by Prof. Mag.rue,
of Battle Cre k, Mich.
A risoU.t on w s adop'e.l instruct
ing the Coniuii to J o LeiiihU'ion to
prepirr and pneiut to the L gi.-la-t
n res i f l.tie dill' rout 6 utes and the
various IStttn ioi itiesa b II r. gaiating
the cor sttuctioti of cjcpB for the Btdp
BO'.t cf poul ry.
The evening icaaicn wui d vo:ed to
to tho diicus n n ot vuiiuiig tr pics re
la ing to the p i tcc'ii'ii of chihlren.
Wi-tit of tbo disaahot) u Uich ntint'L m iiikitiU nru ui isin
oily oAiiJMjd by n. tl is irtli-macii.djLiuii ol lite LI V fc. K
Vor ail ouuitiltiintH oi (liirt kind, bitcti ah Torimiily ol
thtt latvtr, Uaiimmimi, Nnrvuurl JJynpeiaih, liitiitHS
Uim, Irniguluriiy ui uu buwolu, CuubtiiaUoD. I'lutu
Urn a if, KrjctatioiiH aiiU burning of tha btumncti
tHoni tiiiiHi cullud HoartbtUTj), Miofimii, Malana,
Jiiootl t'lixt. Uliilw uJ t'uvtT, UraakLxiDB lAmir,
KiU&ustiLin bofuifl or aflor tf?en (Jiironlc linx
rliuoa, Utm ol AuiiitA Ubv1ju;U, Bi-entU.
tli lIUi7f.iTnMACM and BUWVELS. It
t'hauiKoa thu coaitiLiitiu from a wttiy, yt'lliw linice.
to a ruddy, hoaitliy color. It entirely rumuvea l -w,
gloomy Bpiriia. It in on ol tbe Alttratt$
on I I'urtjw of th liloodtmd M a vahtahU tonic.
Bn!a hj all UruiKUt. Prtoa SI. 00 per bottle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 BO. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Paw
W. W. HALDEMAW.
Preiidsnt of tha (treat L0UISV1LLB COU-hlKK-JUUHNAL
COy Ulll wuut
Orrick or tui CnPBixa-JorjRKAL,
h- LouiHVii.t.it, Kv.
Dr. VfinterttnilhSirt 1 waive a rule 1 have
observed lor man; years, the value of your
remedy prompting mo to eay. in roi'jy to
your request, wtint I know of yoar Chill
Cure. The private assurances nf Its effioaoy
I had, and the kuoiJ results of Hi eSeots 1
had observed on Mr. K. W. Mcro f tll, who,
for more than HI teen yours, ha J teen fore
man ol my .office, in'tuot-il ruo to Ust It in
my family. Xh results havo beon ontirelv
ntiiilaoiiiry. Tbo lir-t oaso was of two
years' standlnr, in which I believe every
known remedy hnl been tried with tempo
rary relief the chile returning periodically
and with eeutinnly incretwed severity.
Your cure broke thorn at onoe, and there hnf
been no reourrcme of thorn fur more than
s months. The ..ther "asa wm ol a milder
form, and ytuKli.J more readily to other
remedies i but tlto hills would return at In
tervals until your meiiioine wu used, since
wliiob timo, now 6. i oral months, tboy have
entivnly disipt'i'Tcd. From the opporto
nilv 1 have liAit tuiiulee. I do not hesitate to
oxpress my belief that your Chill Curo is a
vikiunuiD ki.uiu.-, uim pcriurujs au yuu
promise for it. HfEiioctfulIy,
W. N. 1JALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETKll & CO., Aironts, liouia-
vine, liy. .
Gives Ka'laf at
one aad Carei
COLD In HE A I
mi l iik
Not a Liquid, Snuf
or Powder. Fre
Drugs and Offen
A particle II applied Into each nostril and
la agreeable. Price 60 cents at DroesieUi
By mall. reKlstereil.tiOoenta. Circulars free.
fcbt uituo.. urumcists. tiweao. w. .
Jil Uninrineru Qnnnifil
(y IblCIIIlUIJ UlfclIIH.
r Lure uueaeee oi
isorses. Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, 11003, TOULTEY,
In nno for over '20 yoara by FurmurS.
Stockbreeders, Horse It. 11., io.
Used by I'. S. Covoi nmont.
w STABLE CHARTS '
Mounted on Rollers A Book Mailed Fraa.
ITuiii)i!i!V Wed. Co., 100 Fullon Si.. N.T.'
I SPECIFIC No. 28
In ui) 'M ar. " only (HiccpaBrtl rotnrdy lor
Nervous Debility. Vital Yeaknf.",
.h.i l..ai-tti from tuftr-uork of nthnr ca .,.
"1 trr vial, r ft Til"ntl lnrc vial finnilnr, frt &
It.litiaMisliiJw'KitllrliMla.. llt VullM HI..
IIlKhost Awarda ..r Mrdnlata Enrops
TVts neatest, quickest, lafss at
rowerlul remeay nno,-n 'or nnenmatisn,
I'lenrisy, Neuralaia, Lunbago. Uarkaeh.
Weakness, Co ds In trie rhe-t ard all acnes
and pains. Jniiorsca by KM) Koyciani ana
lirugKt'ts of the highest repute. Benson
Plasters promptly rilieve and cure whers
other plasters and oreasy sa-ves, litiimenta
and Ifitinnii are absolutely useless. Uewnre
of Imitations unocr similar sound ngnanies,
luoh as " rapsiouin," ' t'aouciti," Capel-
oine. ' as tboy are uttirly wor hles ana m
Unded to dxceive. A roa Bsss;'!" J a
T KooTHSBa. All ilrugg st. MiAUUKX
A JOUNSON, JTopiictors, Now ork.
tj rj i
a wa iv w a m
Child Birth Easy!
The time has coma when the ter
rible avonvol thin critical ii.iii.d in
woman's II ran be avoided. A dts-titit-i.irhert
bhysieiao, wbo spent 44
year in this branch of practice, left
to child bearing woman this legaoy,
Thb MuTHKa'a r:iKi, and to 'ay
there are thousands ot women who,
having used this remeiy before oun
Kneuitnt, rise up and oall his name
bie'sed. We eau prove all we claim
by living witnerses. and at. yone inter
est d on oall, ui have their bushandi
do so, and ee the o imnal letters,
which we osnnot publish.
All druggists sell it. For particulars ad
dress B&ADFIKLA RsUDLiTIIE Co.,
PLEASANT TOTi!? T yl
THE GBEAT BLOOD Z
For Of epepla,nll dfcrnvv inouu
f (ho DlgcatlTe Orcaii and the
ILWor, Skia UUeaane, C'uU, Burns,
Icalda and Hrulaea, ACIU I KOI
EARTH la a specific.
Rhsimailini, malarial Disor
der. Chronic Olarrhaen, and ah-.
Mlnate cases of Blood Polaonlaf,
field without (all to Its) oasr
tail cvbUts aowwr.
A asa law 9ro f3iWilitS, Ss hm kass)
t all doalsts of aolat, at tpaaaa,
IrotB tho A. I. K. Co., iriesHle), AAa.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQISTS.
At TvhftI"Bl h TAW VI KET& m.
Question ia engaging our agricultural com
munity. Messrs. K. 0. CKAIG k CO., Nos.
S7 and 39 Union street, Memphis, Tenn.,
are daily in receipt of
porta on growth in diversified oropping
corn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, olover, tall meadow oat
grass and timothy irms
All our worn out rodf Isnds -aay be re
claimed by sowiin uoi nd clorci on them io
fall or spring, iwi g cow-pi is in May,
June or July, the i ;irn endor, aid
improve the land.
ic. o. ( i;.u & :o.,
Agricultural tmplomonti and Seed Dealert,
No. 6820-In the Chancery Court of Sholby
County, Tenn. btate of Tennessee vs.
John Q. Davidson.
It a 'pearing from bill whl. h Is sworn to In
this cause th it the defendants, Harriet E.
Buiith, Kllen Nooe, Louise Kooe, James Mu
mian, are non-residents of the Slate of Ten
neuee: and t apt ering iram tbe return ot
the Bheritf that Michael Nahr and Nollie
bniith are not to be lound in bis county:
It ia thereto1 e ordered, That they make
their appearance herein, at the oourthouse
ot tihelby county, in, Memphis, Tenn., on or
before the first Monday in December, 19t,
and plead, answer or demnr to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be takon tor
confessed as to them and set for hearing ex
riarte: and that a eopy of this order be pun
ished rnce a w en, for tour s&roessiv
weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This 14th
day of October, IHHfl. A copv attest:
8. 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Br T. It. Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M.
V. H. k 0. W. lleiskell, Solicitors for com
Noo Resident Notice.
No. o939-In tbe Chanocry Court of Shelby
county. Tenn. titats of Tennessee vs.
Thomas Boyle et al.
It appearing from the Sheriff's retnrn in
tbis o use that the dofendai.ts, Mary Mor
risey, John Mnrrisey and Alice O'Neal, are
not to be 'ound in bis count:
It ia therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance her. in, at the courthouse
of tihelby county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
belre te fir.t Monday in Deoembsr, 1886,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will be taken for confessed
as to them and set for hearing ex parte: and
that a copy ot this order be published onoe a
week, for four suooesmve weeas, in the
Memphis Appeal. Tbis 14tn day ol October,
lHfHi. A copy attest:
S. I. McDUVV SIX, Clerk and Matter.
Ity T. it. Caldwell, Deputy C and M.
F. II. k C. W. Heiakell, Solicitors for com-
I CURE FITS!
WttM f Mr cr I ot sMM ty to tof thtw tor m
tlnnl UD bv thf-ra rat urn trilB. I mean radical
ear. 1 have mJt lh (Unik t( afLlH, KPTI.lU'hT or PALI
INU SlOat NKH8 lirsvloAX toy. I wrrnt my rtmady
nrt lti wont Uiai. IWaoM otrien haTt. fa Ik J li no
rfaAon for kol low rsxwlTtBf cum, 8nd at oc for a
trtallM nd ft Fr Pott la of tnf InfalllMa rvinarly: OlT
BaprvM an Poai OAr. II ctmu run siMhlnr for a trial,
and 1 will cart jit Utt. H. O. WOUT, IU P rt
A falnablo Paten!.
IsriMx's (Horse) Cora aad pa Plan
tttv, HAVINO perfected my invention. I wish
0 Place it before the public, sapocially
m-nuleotarers. As a Corn Planter, It is a
perreot mooes rns the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, nnlninred, and ooverd
the same, thereby ons man performing the
work of three. They bays been used la
this section for oyer a doaen years with per
fect satisfaction, tan give responsible ttl
moniads. Address -
, JOHN U. DANCT.DansTrille,
HavwoAd eonnt. 1
rr;rn a vtm A book of 10U r aires.
f XZ U H3,tljt contains lists ol
newspapers and estimates O' the ooat of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, finds la it the information he re
nulres, while tor him who, will invest ons
hundred Uoaiand dollars In advertising, a
ashen e is Indicated which will meet hia
eve ry renoir-ment, or eas be made to do ao
byi'trrbtohant-e. oaaily arrived at by corre
spo lienot. One hundred and flity-tbree
edit ens hare keen tssaed. Bent, Postpaid,
to a -v ad;trr,ss tor ten Bia. Apply tn U0.
V. iDWIilJ. A OO.. M KWSr Arl K A U-
VBiiriSlNd DUftKAl'.lO Spruce st. (Prtnl-
llr iimim Nnni.ee . weW T ftt.
ai l RiwiK Ki-. Washington. D.
C. Provides radically useful business edu
cation. No tern.a tor vacations, f tudotits
enter at any ttm. Terms: Lite scholarship.
HO. Twelve weeks' Coarse, Hoard, etc., Ho.
bead lor circular."
A NATURAL TONIC
&ci Iron Karth.
TrJV i SO! AJ
Trado ;. -:
FLOYD k CO.
Cinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
asv-AaiCBUIbr tbe celebrated ttRCEJf WOOD TITBIFIED CHIlf A, sitcclatlly
wdnnleMt for H)els, Rwnrmtte sail Himb.-w3a
IaTOLEOH HILL. FresldeaU ft. i. W1LKEBS03, Tlrmlt
u. w. aiiaae.fjauiars
Mpmnnis Pi ? mrfi HpuT k fa
UXVU1"IUV Ulll 1UU u UU111JJ1U
III lllll IIIIIII II HI I
A SKHKBAI. FIBB ABB ALAKIBB BCBIBEBA.
A QUARTER OF A MILLIONOLURS FULL PAID CAPITAL
X. rUrtmtKHKTM, WM. i COU , JAMSfl BULLT. Jfjr LOA
On.ee--l.tf Sflliii. Utreett Iesapblja, Teiita
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
Steam EmkIiich, Matbiuery of All Descriptions,
Wo. 339 KVCin-HT) sry, MKTVTPrTTg TFWU.
11, FONTAME & IA
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S0C-S03 Front tit.9 Ilecaplila, Te,
in, mSMk 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission aJerchants,
IT, If. BSOWIa
26 -"rout Wtreet. :
L. P. MUI.tn.'U. of Into J. 11. Godwin k Co.
Cotfftsi Factors Commission llerchants
Ivn I Howard' ji,ow, Cor.
Confections, Glaces, Nougat
tream JJon I5on8, Fine French Handmade Creann and
Loa lions. Chocolates, Ices and Nongatinefl.
Yon can find these foods " AT RETAIL," la any quantities, at
Tho Peters Si Sawrie Co.'s Itetail Efetablisliiueut,
2Vo. 43 JcflVrson Street,
These are tho finest Confections that the
MTry Our "TVew freaiu I.oaf" "IeIieioni."-l
X. N. ESTF.3.
(SCfJCIItiflOBS TO EMTES, DOAB CO.)
ULolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Wos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street mamphis, Teca.
E. WITZM AMIfl Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Publisher,
Sols Arenta for the following Flrat-CIaai Instrumental
STEINWAY and KISTA.BE
PIANOS Kranich, & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
mw A NEW 7-OOTAVK PIANO FOR l0.-wa
Write tor Cataloene.. TVo. 231 and 82.1 M-oonrt UtreeH, Wmffhl.
W. B. MllXOBY.
LLORY. CRAWFORD & GO.
' WHOLESALE , , ,
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
372 & 374 Front, St., Tor. flayoso, Memphis Temi.
LORD, DIEHL & DAHBURY,
, , (STJCCESSORS TO 9 l.OBDS 4k BIEBL),
HAXCFACTfJJKEBS AND BOTTLEBS Ol
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
laernl Water of all flarors, and XXX Bpirnat Olaser Al.
. aaa-PCKK AffLai ClDKK, in Barrels and Half Barrela, a specialty. -?Ja
"So. 803 Front Sfreet Memphln.. Teonetwoe.
& H. BRDOfiB.
BROOKS, IIEELY k 60.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants.
Wo. 3C7 Front Street,
TO C. W. CRICH)J
: MempliiN. Tenn,
JAS. YONGR, lata oi J. W. Caldwell A 0
Front and Union. UfAmphtft.
Caramels, French Frnit (Jlaces,
OppoHile Their Factory.
Memphis Publio have ever had the opportunity
W. B. DOAJT.
W. J, CKAWFOKO.
H. M. NEFXY
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