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HORRORS ITOJ HMRORS.
OTVK FARMEa KILLS 1NOTHEB
IN A FIT OF t'KESZT,
7wa Bl Heart Out and Eats ltA
Frearbwvman li f mated bj
tyt Lor u, Mo., KovaroVer 28. A
Bp: n a; liom Lei.verjT.otth, Kis., says:
A difpatch from Hafmsville, a Kmall
town in Jickon county, eighty five
m'lt 3 ireat of hre, tella of a retoltinn
enme committed near tfc at place latt
Wednesday tighn A young farmer
named Khodts C ementa, while soing
Lome from prayer meeting wi h an
othiir furmei named Samuel GordtD.
suddenly became iDaan" and killed
the Infer with a club. Not returning
home, a eearclt wts made for Clem
ent, and be waa found come distance
Irom the rod sitting beide the body
of the man be had murdered, eating
bla heart. He bad cut off the head
from Gordon'a body and hid torn out
the heart, lunga and liver, end was de
vouring them. Clements waa secured
and ia now in jail a raving maniac.
Crtaaairrf by Her Children.
Thn New York ncralcT. Parla corre
nnident telr srranha that the moat re
volting: cee of matricide a mother
bnrnoJ alive by her four children
thut )ihr come before the French tri
bur.ala in many years ia now before
the Court of Aa tea of Blois. Thou
sanrta of people (mm far and wide are
fl ickiug to the courtroom, and ti e
popnlatiou are only preveritsd by the
ge'idttrmi-'S in ai lyncning me t;ru
mnrderera. Mme. Leban. an old wid
ow of 70. lived with her daughter and
eon In-law, named Thomna, in the vil
liii uf Lnoean. The widow's tac
ans, who lived attmp way ofl, and her
daughter baJ endeavored t) git their
moti er into an a ylum at Iiiui", but
bnviog fulled in this they decided to
?o away with the old woman and di
vide tUe f..w hundred franca ahe had
saved among them. When it was
waB known in the Tiling, on July
27t,h, that Mine, Lb"n was dead, a
rime wja at once suspected, and
iih mianserin immediately vlsltd
hnr hnnse. A horrible siatit awaited
them. In the fireplace were the
charred lemaine of the old woman
Nothing was left but the taesd, the
two fret, one arm ard that high bones.
The right arm of the vlct.m, shriveled
and twisted, waa arouna ine neaa
Neat day the evidence of the two
anus, daughter and aoninlaw waa
Inund to be contradictory, and they
bgn to accusa each other. The
declaration of tba murdered woman's
granddaughter, a little girl of 7,
ali.arnti no all double.
HhsaUted that her two nucha had
some on vieit and that while at din
ner her mother had suddenly laid :
"We must set rid of the old one."
Then her nncla Alexander ran to
the ted and seized hold of his mother
try the hegd, the other son, A esia,
taking her by the feet, and bbtween
them they rat red tier to tne nie,
which the little girl's father and
mother bad in the meantime pre
Dtred. The poor woman had at first
called out, but her cries gradually be
same weaker. The woman, Thorn s,
then took a handful of straw from the
mattress and eave it to her husband to
Bet fire to their victim's clothes. The
black bounet worn by the murdered
woman, whl h was not burned, was
lonod to have been soaked with pe
tioleom. Theie ia, therefore, little
aloubt that the wretches bad poured
etroleum over her clothes to make
them burn better. Her son-in-law
. aboved lbs body with bla foot, to pre
vent it from falling out of the fire
lace. Before commit inn the crime
the murderers had Bent for
riest to confues their mo ker,
nd immediutely afterward Alexia
and Almnniler Lebon confessed
to the priedt, their slater ilnli.g si
littl litter on. J he scouted are He'
fnded ahly and eloquntly by Mai rj
Lairnerre. the youuii Kadicai ileput
tjeoigntte Llxn, the wile of Thorn h,
w a dark, 'ohb eyed little peasant
woman ol 85, but koVa as If she w era
0 year of age. Thomas is a urat
waggering lu llc, with Ion yellow
tnonnacht. Alexis Lebon ia 83 years
ol ace, thin, sallow and mulkloua,
and Las a tmible wound in bin face,
from the corner of Ills mouth to his
cheek, so that wh.-.n he speaka be has
tko appearance of trying to bile eff
bid ear. A'enudtr l.ebon la a great
fat bey, and ciiea all the tlmo the trial
ib gotug on. .
Jk Dawghler An naed of Ibe Harder
oi nor .isomer.
A raria dispatch of the 22d inbtant
to the New Yurk Mirali s.tys that at
an ear y hour this morning reports
anread like wttnure in tneneiHiiPor
hood of the Theater de Opera and the
Place Vendome that a (rightful crime
bad jUHt inenU;soovered. tin hanon
ins to these, ne i f the excitement
iuind a crowd cf 600 people ersi'in
IbTed htfoie the shop cf Mile. Jumln,
No. 7 Rue du Marobe Bint Honore,
where bonneta, laces and haberdnBh
ry a e sold, shouting, ' Kill her 1 kill
her! she has murdered her mother,
Cut her heart out I Tear her to
vieresl" larked, "What a the mat
ter T" The women and hovs shrieked
in rep'y, "This wrt tch, Mile. Clorum
tins J anil n, nas locked up ner own
mother in a tiiutnurj aid starved her
todiatb." The mob then rnBhed at
the shop, broke the windows and
forced ope.i the dour. Just ai the
door w.s butst open wi h a loud
crash . M. LaUiude, commissary
f Polxe, and a sqiad of
irendarmes arrived and drove back th
crowd. I entered the apartment with
the Oonimis ary of IV ice. As he
opened the door of the d ning room
behind the chop wo not ceJ terrlbi
miell tbatsuemed to come from a cup
boa d. The Cummiesary opened the
doors ol thn cupboard miu we found
the dead body of an old lady rf sling
upon a she, I. inu body waa d rested
in the latett dshion, with a coraagaof
embroMertd -t heade, a gold eyeglats
and oiain about the nrck, and Va
joncinnnea lacs cip on the bead, with
violet ribbons. The hands were
crosted on the breast and the eyes
wre opened wl'h a ghastly stare, in
the cupsoard also was a small stove
lull of ashes and the embers of coal
acd wood. The gendirmea at once
arrested Mile. CUmentine, who ia a
rather pretty and fnahionaily dreeaed
brunet e about 20 years of ge. She
' ettid, in rrpty to questions of the Cum
miwaryoi Po.ice: "Yes, this 1b my
mother, but I em entirely innocent.
My mrtl e, who ia 71 yi-ara of ge,
disa, lir-arej on tne 14th of ' Nov
ember, aid then I acnouueed
her diiiatipeaiance at the polic
atalion, t the siine deimaitivt
at the i ol ca elntu n a ecrap of
paper in my mot'ini's hrdntlg
wit ) t'e word ' 2'u ne vruxpat chonftr.
J ot aie t.o.ver ' ('You won't chniifte
I urn o pptidroan mysi lf.')" Com
ii'w ,rv Vi)ii(ft remf ruliertd ia 'act,
M.le. C ein n'ii.e'a vihi: bt the pl'ce
T1 mn (it: tl'C lUiy" nllcfd. Mile. Cli
imi'i t in' roi.lititd: ' A f.iw c'ajb ago I
noticed a ttrni;o tun II ,1 h boy
alroi Ay in a f,;r advhnied date cf do-'
cnmpoBitioo ; but not till thi ciornir g
id I becime anx oaa. ana opentn
the cupboard made a gba-tly discov
ery." Other witueeBea eve evidence
tiowlcg ttiat tne old lady naa on eev
ersl otxaa O'B annonncd ber inten
tion of committing tnicide. Dr. J gat
at once made an exHmira'ion of the
body, but found no trace) of viilenc,
nd D'on iunced dea n to nave neea
rau-tid by afphyxiat'on. Ilie Cnu
mi ear) of Police made a little apetch
to the mob, explain ng the facia, acd
the crowd alowlv dsfewed. O d-ra
were then given fir the burial of tne
bodv, and an incident that had far a
moment tnietened a not in the uinei
fashionable quarter of Paria carce to
Claul Pereaaa WtaninrrA aad Tkeir
LorjiaviiM, Kt., November 28 A
Timrt ncll sava: A renort baa
reached Williamsburg, Ky., that the
Poe family, thought to have been de
stroyed by fire ia Knox county a
month ago, were in reality muruerea
by neighbor named Concubine. A
mother and five children an A two
visitina voune ladiea were found
bu ied in the Babes of the destroyed
hut. The story of the murdsr ia told
a follows by an illegitimate son of
U incubloe, aged 10 yeara, whom toe
reputed father bad threatened and
made wad. This boy niys the man
cut from ear to ear the thrca'a of each
of the eight persons while they slept,
and that bis mother then dragged the
bodies to the middle of the iormacd
let them on fire. Tbey tUo fired thn
houHB, took gon e bed c'othmg and
other articles and deparled. On the
boy b statement arreaU and investiga
tion followed, and the Poe artic ts
were found in trie cell r ol me am
pecied partiea hons. They ref dsn to
he interviewed, and are tiow in toe
li irbourwillc jail awaiting an exsmloa-
tion. ' -
raollili aad Hlnbborn Belief
In tho efficior of eerUln remtdlei of vlultnt
otlon, it the besetting folbltof tht If nornt
nd iirtjadi'.ed. Tba Indinerlmlntta of
purgative! U a vary oommon pbuo of the
fatnltf of inch people. A loaf, podyphillln,
dlinulaad la iuiar ooatinc, eaatur oil, mer
cury, end other old laahlonad urmti, till
Knlil Ihalr nwn tmoni thli nliufl. and al
thrinvh thn luaneai ol Uoiultar otumacn
m,tj.pH nfflnlinllv dlcursvas tha neooiattr
for violence in medicstlon, the adherent of
an aiDlodad Ullacr null pamlft in giting
and taking inordinate parga'We dopei. Djra-
pepila, oonattuatlon, nrer oomoiami ara ai
oeruialr and tboroughlr aubduad hr the
It Mara, ai tbey ara Invarlabl agiiravaled bj
an Indiscriminate una of medicinal, offloinal
or propr.etar, belonging to the o wbiob
wa have eoDdomnea. raver ant ague, r-
voaeaaea, rnaamaiiam ana inaouTiij oi me
kldneyi, rieia to we cimri.
Dairy mple Leave tba 4'hlrac.
Caicaao, III., November 26. Dil
rvmnle. the left fielder of the Chi
cago Club, waa releaifd by P'eBldent
Hoa dina today, and at otllce signed
contract to play with the Pit abtug
team for tba ee8in of 1H87. Mr
Hoalding bad a go id deal o( hesitancy
about criviDff ud DalrvrnDie. nut ine
latter felt that a cbangs would ba
beneficial and blawiab to witbraw
was granted. Dalrymple sprang into
nromloetics as a field -tr and batter
woile ensrdinir lett lieu lor tne mil-
waukeei In 1h7H, in whicn year ne tea
the league in batting, w.th an average
of 350. The Pit'aburg managemtnt
are also endeavoring to cecure the re
lease of Flint, but up to this time th
parties to the agreement have been un
able to come to terma. ,
What n a cold in the head ? Medi
cal euthoriilea say it Is due to atmoj-
pherlo germs, uneven clothing of the
body, rapid cooling when in perrplra
tion, eto. The imp jttant point i', that
cold In the head is a gonnine rhmxtu,
an inlliimmat on of tne lining mem
brane of the no'e. which, when no
eheeked, u certain to produce a catar
rhat condition tor catarrti ia esen
tially s "cold" which nature Is nn
longer able to ."resolve," or throw off.
Kiy'a Cream train hue proved its su
neriorlty. sod snfferera from cold in
the bead should resort to It before that
common ailment become seated and
enda la obstinate catarrh.
Iluale'a ( ortricr.
u Chicago, Ju,., November 20iThe
remains bf the late II.. M. II x e. fi'Bt
vice presidoi.t of tb Missouri Pacific
railroad, arrived In Ch c go laet night
at 0:30 o'clock in apeciat car oyer the
Like Shore road. At 10:30 o'clock
the special car containing the Temaim
was attached to a special train of fix
coaches, which deputed for Dc-s
Moines imniod ataly in advance of the
A HUNT a.lBKBAj OrfEB I
ana ,vuibiu u.l w.. wwaiiwii
Mich., Offer to Bend their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Electric Appli
ancea on thirty days' trial to any man
aflllcted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality. Manhood, eto. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
panic u tare, niaiieu tree, write mem
"Bom" Quay Will Probably
PrrrtimRO, Pa , November 20. The
Republican mi in tare of the State Leg'
Isaturo in the countits of Butler,
Bsaver.' Fayt tie. Lawrence, West'
moreland, Washington, Indian and
Armstrong met here this afternoon
and indorsed the Hon. Matbew 8
Q lay for the United 8 ates Hennte to
Bucceed Henator Mitchell.
pure uod L,iver uti, witn ypa
phoephltoe, is a most valuable remedy
tor consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colda and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there la a lues of flesh, s lack of nerve
power and general debility jf the
O'Doaavan Ian lileaed Onl
N aw Yokk. November 26. At a gen
eal convention of the Fenian Broth
erhond, beld in this city on Tucsd'y
and Wedneadav of this week, all offi
cial connection of O'Donovn Rosea
with the Brotherhood was dissolved.
The government of the order waa
thoroughly, reorgaulsad. There are
varlona tumors as to the causes of
Ktwb's lelrgation tJ individuality in
Irish mattera, but the facts are closely
guarded by (boss who know jneaj
MarJ Baby's riret Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with Dther valua
ble information ; forty-elght page book.
Bent frsA on receipt of t cent stamp.
Address Reed & (Jarnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, New York City.
', 4enea-tra realtry Asabelattea.
Bt. Looia, Mo., November 26. The
American. Poultry Areodation will
hold its .annual exhibition in this
city, at the Exposition Building, from
December 18th to 22d.' Id connection
with. the aejciailen's meeting the
MiBlasippi Valley Poultry Qjub will
hold its annual txhlbition, and beiid
the regular priz e there will be Cored
by local merouanta special awaxua.
Paid handeome Tom to emiling Nell
"Whi-re d,d you find that myatic spell
That hovers 'round your eveiy emile,
And won d ray thtobbing neart d
Qiio'h lanph ng Nell, "Yctl Plly boy
MEMIniS DAILY APPEAL-SATUiiiJA jc ;
OIltlL J1IAE EXPLOSION
CAUSED I)T 1 HE ACCTJIULl TI05
The Fnll Li t of the Cnfor'nfate
Miuers Has Not et Ueea Aacer
talned Storms atd fire.
Wilbbhiaers, Pa., November 26
Shortly after the miners and laborers
enteted the Conyngham abaft this
morning an explosion of gas trok
place. Between twerty and thirty
miners are said to be barfly burned
and others seriously injured, but none
are reported dead. But very little in
formation in regard to the accident
cao be learned aa yet, as the men ara
still in the pit but will be removed aa
aoon as possible. The shaft la known
to cantain considerable ga, ana is
owned sod operated by the Delaware
and Hudson Company.
Later. it ia now known mat tne ex
plosion occurred in a shanty at the
loot oi tne snail, wmcn was occopieu
by the firs boss. No work waa done
yesterday, and const qoently there
ws a larger quantity of gas than u-ual
in the abaft ine men are now Demg
removed from the pit aad taken to
their homes, or to the hospital in am
bu'acces aod wagons. Ic ia thought
that all of tbem will recover. Absut
fli y nen, miners and laborers, were
BltUog at the foot of the abaft waitirg
for the inside boss wbea the terrible
txplonion took place, and only tnree
or lour men, S3 inr as can us ascer
tained, eecaped without it Jury. Moat
cf the men were sent to their homes
at-ome. No account if (he result of
their iojuritB can at this writing be ob
S P.M At this hour it is impos-
sib e to tail Jutt bow badly the men
areiriured or burned, because it is
. . ' , . t , ,M:.iA
not anown wne't iuy ai rteiuo.
Beveral deaths have been resorted,
but the report cannot ba confirmed ai
yet. The following are the names
picked up bv the Associated Prei a re
porter, all of whom have been mora
or lees badly burned: William J. Ev
ans, fire but 8 ; William Williams, fie
bo s, and the loliowing miners anu
laborers: James Boyle, Co'nelius
B ivle, Jamce Elliott, Thomas O'Brien,
Michael O'Brien, Patrick McCabe,
Otiartts K. Kline, James Duffy, Chriet
Duffy, Matt McConne'l, Jonu Can
non, Albert Anear, Henry Miller,
Peter Miller, William Griffith, Pa'rick
Sweeny, James Davis, George Marley
and Friel brothers, fatally, John Wil
liams. Richard Coulter, James Davis
and Michael Clinton. David McDon
ald, ins fireman, was caught in tne
after damp and waa overcome. He
was taken out aa soon ai possible, and
revived on reich ng the upper air.
UiB iojuiiea are eligbt. Seventeen
mutes were severely onrnea, anu
many of tbem will be ehot to relieve
tbem from their Buffering!).
Thointa O'Brien and Uornelus
Bo via died from the effects of their
ii iurlea at 8 o'clock p.m. Two miners,
wnese names are uoatown, are uncu-
Ins. and it is believed they were
blown into a pump containing thirty
feet ol watsr. aad were arownea.
The jxploeton was the most serious
that bss occurred in the anthracite
coal field this year. It is now
definitely known that totty-two men
are severely burned and otuers
slightly ii jured. Twelve of the men
Will ie ol tneir lriuries. a db scene
at the collierv while the injured men
were being taken from the shaft wes
terrible. A crowd oi aeverai nunnrea
persons had gathered at the mouth of
l 1 It . U . tYn
mothers and daa.hters of (he li jured
men. As they were taken out oi the
nit thev were brought to the engine
house, and the women made desper
ate efforts U Rain entrance. Their
entieaties and frantic demonstrations
were beaitrending, but they were
sternly kept ouUide (he building
while the b'acaened, ecoronea ;. sna
bleed fig victims of the disaster wtra
wrapied in blankets loaked in oil.
Toe iloor of the engine honsa was
covered with wr thing bumau foruie,
so die figured by the 11 e as to bo un
recogn a tble. As f at as possible they
were taken to the hospital, to their
homeland so rapidly waa the work
done that by 9 o'clock every one bad
been taken out and carried away.
The recovery of the following Is be
lieved to be hopeless: Huh Sweeney,
aged 25, laborer, unmarried , Eiward
Kerna, agd 20, laborer, unmarried ;
Kiohird Coulter, agi d 26, miner, wile
and family; Condy bhannon, aged 31,
miner, wile and large family ; 1 nomas
O'Brien, aged 30, miner, wife and large
family; Cornelius Boyle, aged 38,
miner, wife and family, repotted dead ;
John Cannon, agd 40, miner, wile and
family; Christopher Biundage, aged
35. laborer, unmarried; Michael
O'Brien, aged SO, laborer, unmarried :
Daniel Ferry, eed 32, miner, wife and
large family; John Dougherty, aged
81, laborer, unmaniad; Dennis Mc
Cabe, aged 40, miner, unmarried.
The t'oallaealal Hotvl was Fired by
Chicauo, III . November 20 Dur
ing the ' investigation this morning
into the causes of yesterday's fire in
the Continental Hotel, Inspector Shay
discovered unmistakable evidences of
incendiarism at the hotel. At the
bead of the hatchway leading into the
garret above 'he fourth fljor, and
where the rafters of the roof are
within three and a half feet of the
garrett fljor, a pile of bed ticks stuffed
with shavings, lorn open in several
places and datil ed with common lard
from a pie pan, which lay beside,
showing the finger prints of one who
did the work, was found. The incen
diary evidently waa scared away be
fore be bad time to Complete h:a work
of firing the house. "The firs was dis
covered between 2 and 3 o'clock yes
torday morning, and promptly put out.
Had there bean m delay of ten min
utes, laid Inspector Shay, in the dis
covery ol the fire and Riving the
alarm to the guests, I have not the
Slightest doubt that many of them
would bave jumped from the win
dows to the ground below in the
panic, or been loat and smothered in
the smoke. The building is sn old
fire trap, anyway, and it waa fired In
no less than sis places. . o
terms Bave ('loam KavtsraUea
.she Lake. (
Chicago, III., November 26. The
recent Btortrm bavw practically put a
etop to navigation 1 for the serson of
, lSStf.' At fast as the lumber flet ar
Jtvcsfhe'veaselr t" being stripped
'aad eeftt InlO winter qaartcrs in the
various alipa. Few of the lower lake
veeeels wilt leave port, and none but
propellers will make any attempt to
do so The teason has been a good
one as far aa heights were concerned,
bu' the underwriters bave sufloml
severely, and the Iofb ol human life
baa been great. So far this eau'n
thirty-three v saela bave been driven
on shore or (ouudered with n ore or
e;s loes. The schooners I. J. Con
way, Bella Walbridgn, Konth Oaven,
PttthQnder, Lucrn, Flor.d, Helen,
Menekaunfe, Mrioette, D ekensau
and Em raid, and the fine p opeller
K..bort Wallace, are a t.tal loss, and
renr-nt a money valae f i f-sr'.v
1500,00't in vasef 1 proper y. Wbttttie
vaiue of te crgocs wee canr.ot be
accurately computed, fcut wiil proh
ably double time ationnt. In a'l
fnitr-'ne sailori lf)?t their, live by 'he
wrei king of veshls ou tiinli keu this
Pitttbubo, Pa , No ecuber 26 A
cold wiive sirucl lima Ihh Mg'it md
the terruolnetMr fell to 21. Tn
tleet (to rn iu t' e inoii'imi s turn d
losanwdu-irg he nig ,t fti.d b twern
eighteen inctjee ard two frt has
a ready fallen. Tnim ate all delayed
from one to three honra. The tee
g'aph wires are again in go id working
If the Liver be--pTT T Q
comes torpid, it aas
the bowels are constipated, or if the
stomach faila to perform its func
tions properly, use Ayer's Pills.
They are invaluable.
For some years 1 was a victim to
Liver Complaint, in consequence of
which I suffered from General De
bility and Indigestion. A few boxes
of Ayer's I'ilN matured me to per
teot health. W. T. Urig.htney, Hen
derson, W. Va.
For vcara I have relied more apon
Ayer's l'illi than anything else, to
my bnwoh. These PHle arc mild in action,
and do their work thoroughly. I have UHed
tlicm with good elFuct, hi caxca of Kheu
matUin, Kidney Trouble, and Dyspepsia.
U. h ililltr, AlUebuiiiuh, Miua.
Aynr'a Pills cured nie of Stomach and
Liver troubles, front wliieb I had suffered
for year. I coiihldor tliein tho best pills
made, and would not be without them.
Jlorria tiatcs, Iowns iile.N. V.
' I wun ottuckod with Billon Fever,
which wua followed bv .laumllcc. and was
o diinzerously ill thai my frlcnila de
apaircu of my recovery. I cornincnced
taking Ayer's Pills, uiul soon regained my
custonmry elrength iimi vior. John 0.
Puttisou, Lowell, Nebni-ka.
Last spring I suffered greatly from S
troublesome humor on my side. In spite
of every effort to cure Mils eruption, it in
creased' until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, ut the same time,
with Indigestion, und distressing pains fat
By the ndvico of a friend I began taking
Ayer'a Pills. In a uliort time I, was free
from pain, my food digested properly, the
sores on my hotly niniiiiMieed beating,
and, In less than one mouth, I waa cured.
Samuel I. While, A'.luutu, Ga.
I have lonp; used Ayer's nils, In my
family, and believe tliem to be the beat
pills made. S. C. Durilcn, Darden, Miss.
My wife and little girl wero taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at ouea
beiran giving them iui.ill dosi-a of Ayer's
Pills, thinking 1 would call a doctor if the
disease became anv worse. In a abort
time the bloody (HVlnirtrcs ttopped, all
pain went nwav, and lieultli was restored.
Theodore Ealing, Jliehmond,V.
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayrr k Co., Lowell, Haas,
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine.
W. N. HALDJEaiAN.
President of the Omt LOUISVILLE 00U-HLKU-JUUKNA1.
CO., tolls wnat
he kwa of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Ornca or tat CoraisR-JocaaAi,,
Dr. VinlmmUkSir: I waive a rule I bare
observed for man 7 toars, the value of your
remedy prompting no to say, in reply to
your renuesl, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The private assurances of ita efunaoy
I bad, ami the good rosnlts of ita efients 1
had observed on Mr. H. W. Meredith, who,
for more than Btteeu yeara. had teeo fore
man oi niy otMuo, lojuoed uie to tust ii in
my family. Tb" rwulta bave bron entirely
salislaotory. The firt ease was of two
ears' stundioa. In whioh I bo love every
oown remedy bad been triea with tempo
rary relief-th ehlll' returntns periodioivlly
and wWb aeminiy increased aeverity.
Yonr cure broke tbem ut onoe, and there bat
ban no reeurrenie of them for more than
ii mcnths. The other case was ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remrdiesi hnt the ebiils would return at in
tervals until your acJioine was nsed, sines
which time, now sororal months, they have
ectirel7 disappeared, from the opportu
nity I bave had to j L i c, I do nt htsitateto
express my boMet ttit yui.r Chill Cure Is a
valunble spci8n, nd pnrlormf all yoo
promise for it., Roi.cetully,
' W. N. UALPL'MAN.
ARTtlTm PETER 4 CO., Aaenta, Lonis
ville, Ky .
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Apilllncel tit tent an 30 Dsyi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
XtTUO are tuff.rtiia rrom Naarooa Dttonr,
tV Lost Vitaijtt. Lr o Maara Foaea A
Tiooa, wumu Wunnu. and all thoM diMMa
oraPKRaoNAl. KiYuei muIUuk (rum aatrias and
Ornaa Oaitsbs. Spnlr n,llf and oomplet rasto
The araAdat dltoovrr o( th NlnrtM,ntti Ontury.
Bead at oooe for lllustriuid Pamphlet ere.- Address
TDITAIB BtlT ID., MAW8HA11, MICH.
Frr A Tictim
it youthful. Impru-
dence, eauslna; Premature Peosy, Nervous
Debility, Li.t Manhood, eto. having tried
la vain every known remedy, hsa discovered
a simple soil-cure, which he wilisend FHKK
ol his lellow suSerart. Address
0 J. MAfSONj
Post Offlca Km SITO. New Vnrll HtT.
THE OMI l'f''l .nh.llllll. for MUI IIFRTS
liif innlis niLBBJ. J a rN t r m.
1 fCtainV.Il ..fcliu ui wm-mwv. ... -
a rr.ll.I.J r"l Tor 1
IjtiiraiUaM, CXsttanaaaa -
ll.aa, Caa.alw!lk . I "rfael
i.llir dlwuM- II oiiIim no cook
l iilrtnl In .11
. no couKltttf, i.
. tT at r. knnk
ra.aiii f Infstnt." M
Sow Th 'J fine To Spetnlat
A CTIVB Flueiuatioas in the Market oner
,XX opportunities apecuiatnrs to make
money ii ttrain, e,iooks xonas mvm e,ro
leam. Prom t ptrsonal aiunlioa aiven ta
orders reoeived by wire or mad. Crraa-
f ondenc solicited. Full Inlormatinh about
he markets in oi:r Bonk, which will be tor
warded tree on aMilioation. . ; ,
Uj O. KLK, Banker and Droker, .
8 Bmad 4 New ft eu. New tnrkClty.'
Uio popular f or1tas for dretwlnaf
Mi bsUr. UaMtofinff 9oVor wkaeo
graj, stud ynvnlinff ltvlrait
A Lutil faUllUtf, tUid infill- to pl
11 r aMnianai Lilts BkHaV n. anuauw i
J tvnt I t l.ttOait liPW
Thesnrert, sureirt anrt hMtpnre tor oomsmni
1, ....... k ,imnMpi.n,h.r. t.i ,h f.L N.
tcura. li oenuafc iruawta, lilscua ft Co
it , a n-'M llHiul Honrd tor Blive
yonne Men or Ladie in each couU'
ty. P.W. ItfcULKtt & CO., Philadelphia.
ioots and Shoes
OUR fTOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WISTEB WEAR IS MORI
oomple than ever, eomprisint not only the beat and finest but also full lines of me
dium, durable and stylish foods, whioh wa offer at low figures.
.T1 T,,K TH4IIK wa offer special Inducements. Carrylnr most of our roods is
SOLID 8I7.KS. we are prepared to fill orders lor special sites at NO EXTRA COoX, tho
nabling Merohantj to all in without bains oompallad to buy foods not needed.
-aDIL-ESE. 3S3FS.O. cSj OO.
AfeaUfer tke;CeIebratrd W. L. Doarlna S3 Men's Calf SImm aad.SJl.
atoya' Hboa la all aiyla.
asartT.T.nHTWaTWrt flATaLOOnw awn PRrrw T.faT MaTLWTt FWWH-an
WM. DEAN, Pres't. I JAMES REILLT, Viee
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers la
205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Win Dai. John I Illy. ne. CJvln. Inmw HHIt. W. It.
1. 0. HOOVER
DoorHafHlillndStlvfoldiuKS111 kinds of Door and Window
Frames, Bracket", ft-croll-Work, Hongh and Dressed
Lumber, hlilnKles, Lathis, Water Tanks,
All kinds ot Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tcnn.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, ricture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
NO. 883 NF.COM STKEKT. - - MEW PUIS. TEN Hi
K1LLT. EOFEE & EEILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Mas. CM Mala Street. Gmj Block.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Haling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
t Insurance and Sacks free.
ls"The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
aw Best vield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
' - ' I. AS O STAFF BCILDIXO,
Nm. 322 and 324 MAIN ST.. MEMPHIS, TENN.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARa
IItIVEN PUMPis, POINTS, PIPE.
" COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
EM APPERSOH &
Wholesale Grocers! & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENNS
TTholeuile Grocere; Cotton Soctoni
Anl Conmistitn Merchaots, v i T
2 and 234 Front SL, IlenipMs, Tcz?
MtTwna iUDAan aVsawvruMM.
afsa I. at. ElIXsTT aVraaas kta wtote time to
D. W. FLY, 1 9. B. HKKHON. . BAM HOBSON.
Lata el Commeioe, Miss. LaU ot Coffoerille. Miss. Lata of Brooks, Mealy ft Co.
FLY, IERE0BJ & HOBSOIJ
Cotton 'riMtirefiiiLai'; Cominission ; JUerchanb,
324 TVwTit StriPfti MetntMai Tann.
a m.M.Y 1 1 w h. HsBjTaj, .' .. w,:jssnjrlr,
LaaaeaTJUa. ar W Ula ef Maaaaaat BarUm. Late af BaUr 0
DAY. iHOETON & BAILEY,
.1'. tt t t- nr.-
CHOCERS AMD JCOTTON ; FACTORS
S60-S69 Tront BrMt MirainMi Ttmau
JSC 8. TOOf Z1 B. li MoOOWAflf. ,
; r. U.
YrMesale Grosers ana Cotton Factors
And Dealers In LeTCC and KAilrond Nnpplleat,;
iNo. 174 Front Stteet-
- Pres't. I JOHN LILLY, 8eo'y and Tree.
the Hardware Business.
Isiaa. Clark. SI. M. OJauk.
tka erelcklaf aa sale ef all
: a ! ,.
.1.1 1 ,0.1,. O ti
, , , S.3lflTlaEK. , .Wi SPAttlSOB.
- Menxpnis. TenneBce.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
" We do kere&y Certify thai we tMperew lk
arranttrmenf tar all lie Monthly and Quar
terly brawiw ot tht Louitianm Ht-iU LottmTV
Company antt in perio mamitt and control
tht Uramngt themulvt; and that tht tarn art
eonnucted will konttty, (axrueu, and n food
laUk toitard all vartu-n. and torn autkorvu tka
Company to ue certificate, tcitk ae-nmtlee
ot our titnaturu attached, im itt advtrtttt
Wt, the mmdenifned. Bank and Banker;
anil pay all Prieet drawn m The Louieiemm
State Lotteriee which, yuan be preemtti a oar
JT. H.OOLKNBT.Prea. l4t. BTmt'l Bauaau
J.W.KILBRETH.Prea.Biat) BIsU'l BK
A. BALDWIN, Prca. Bl. O. Bat. Bk.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
Over Ualf a SlUlion Dlatribnted.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Inecrpo rates ta ISM lor twenty-are years
07 the Legislature for Educational and
Uoariuble i.urpoies with a oapital of $1,-000,(HX-to
which a reserve fund ol over 1560.-
000 has since been added.
By an overwheimlng popular rote it
frannhisewas made a part of tne present Stat
Constitution, adopted December Ud, A.J).
Ita Brand Single Snmber Draw,
tuna will take place monthly. A never
tcalet or postpoaet. Look at the following
llli GBAXls HIOSTIILt
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing;
In the Academy of Mnsio, New Orleans,
1 aPMtny , Dreemarr 14, latHtt,
Under the personal supervision and maa-
Oen.Cl.T. BeaorenHrt,of Loalsiana, aad
den. Jnbai A. E'trly.of Viruinia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
aarNOTICE Tickets ara Teas Dollara
only. Halves, 85. Fifths,
LIST OF PRIZBS.
1 Capital Prise of. 15i,UU)....4150,(100
1 Grand Prise of. 60,UW... 60,000
1 Orand Prise of. 2D,j0.... 30,000
2 Lara Prises of...... 10,()O0..... 20,000
4 Large Prises of. 6,0H0.... 20,000
20 Prisea of......... I,0n0... 20,000
60 Prises of. 6O0... 25,008
100 Prises of 3O0..... 30,000
200 Prima of....... - 200.. 40,000
600 Prises of..... - 100.... 60,000
1000 Prises of. 60.... 60,000
100 Approximation Prises of fcM0. 26,000
100 Approxi Jiation Prises of 100. 10,000
100 Approximation Prises of 76.- 7,600
2279 Priies, amounting to. . . ..(522,600
Application tor rates to cinbs should ba
made only ta th offio of th Company at
For further information write clearly,
givinr full address. PONTAI. NOTES, Kx-
fiross Money Order, or New York Exohang
n ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at
our expand, address. DAJplIIBI
w Orleans, La.
Or H. A. TtAVPHIM,
Waahlnarfoai. D. Cl
01 at 6 VI eat Court Hr.., HsBptala, Ten
Make P. 0. Stone j Orders payable
and addt ess Registered Letters to
HEW ORI.RANN NATIORA1. BASK,
agfw Orln.. I.a.
CURTIS k GO.
817 and 819 FSP LOUIS
N. Second St, 1 Sk'
SAW AND PLANIMG MILL SUPPLIES
A7-WUIT1B FOR CATAIOODE. -
SaLTU IS aciLi'H.-la. C.
w aT'. Nbrt and Bei Tbiatubwt,
fulness, Mental Depression, Ho'tonini of th
Brain, resulting in insanity and lee-1 tag to
misery, decay and deth : Premature uld
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either
Involuntary Losses and 6prmator
rhea, oaub. i by over-exertion of th brain,
telf-abnaaoroverindulgeno. Each box eon- -thins
ona month's treatment, tl a box, o
six boxes for tS, sent by mall prepaid, oa
reoeipt of price. We juaranto bx loxe
to oure any oase. With each ordor teeeived
ky as for six boxes, aoeompaaUd with tl,
w will tend th pnrobaser our writtaa
guarantv to refund the money il that reak
ment does ot affest a oujo. . "War. tees
issued onlybv . P.FNKKRT AGO.. iKrug
it. Memphis. Tenn. . ..
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofin
Fire, Wind, Water and I larhtnlnt
proof. BuiUbl for all klndf 6f building.
For prices and estimates a faatory rates
Mil on or addres
MEMPHIS HBTAL ft WOOD MF 8 CO.,
438 ft (40 Main it., and 21 ft Mulberry St.,
Headquarters for Iron Fences aad Cresting,
ttalvanieed Iren Corn ice. Tin Rrofs ft Mtove.
..... - u,.i.UHR,UIiv t,.r Hi. fthnmrilM., : t.v It.
'atothOHSMtAi .f MM. of th.on klt w4 of lunc
h.v. Iho rorad. 1 titled . mm ttronr
fcilh IB IU .HW.T, lh.l I Will MS TWO BOiriljKl
rUKK, loirtlwr wltb. VAI.UAHLX TBBATWa on tli
pa. t. i. amopM. m emmit eu or-
I CBICHKsVkKII ES61,ISH.n
Tba Orla-lnal aad Only eeanla.
Bale and always Reliable, Beware of wort.
liM Imltatioas. Indispensable to I.A OlaM.
yoar Dragrsrlat lor "Hjtt;lMtr'
KBSkix'faad take a other, or iacloee 4.
(stamp) ta us lor paruouiara in lbttbb aw
1U vm , " "
rstara Mall. Hi
teteT ( bnnaleal tjo..
1131 a BaadlNOs SKsnara, pnliaaa..
B.U k. ri,...,, awamwIi.m. Ami f
"Chlonoalor'a 10aa;liaJi, feanyroyat
erywaere, asb rot-
Wltw. Take no other.
:' " Non-ltesideiit Mtlc. t
rlot't4-In th Chanoary CaarVflf Shelhy
, onunir, lean. t. it. aiow p u .mm
' Irea Ooeletetal. , I- ,1
It appeartog trom amaavti in
that the defendant, Irene Geelet and Henry
Boaner, her guardian, and Marry (. alyr
over, are resident ot the Slate of Worth Cer
olina; and that Joph M. BeJH? residen
ot th StaU of Arkansas, end all non-residents
uf the 8tt of Tenaeseee :
It ia therefore ordered. ha they make
thair apiaranc h.reio. at the eourihouseof
Bhelby county, in Memyhisronnessee, o; or
before the Brst Mondny in Dcoetnber, 1H86,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant
bill, or ' he same will be tk.en fur confessed
as ' toemaad et fur hrarmg ex parte; and
thn a copy of this nrder b published once a
week, tor leur sucoes'ivo weeks, in the Mem
phis Appeal. This 2tb day of October, lHtio.
A copv Attest:
S. I MrDoWKTjTj, Clerk and Master.
By B. F. ("olemaa. Ilcipnty 0. and M.
WH-on & Woakiry. Sol., tor oiiiiipl'nt fri
Mulntcribe lor lUe "AppeiiU'
a guaranteed sneoiBa for Hysteria, Dull
ness, Convulsion., Fits, Nervi.ui Neural-
Eia, lleadaohe, Nerves Prostration, eaused
t th. n of aloobol or lobuoo: Wake
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