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ILL FATED MRLE!.S
OF THE LAKIS, IACOMPAniBLE
A IhrlUKf Accnant t f the Wreck or
tbo Ariadne aid the
THE BRAVE CREW OF THE MLS
KEtiOX Prift Ilnptlefsiy, Twt the Hares,
Freieu aud Exhuuutid A Cap
Kaw Yokk, December 3 A fpocial
from Oewega gives the fullowioR de
tails of the wreck of the Ariadne,
which lvta leported in yesterday's
dispatches: One of theseverent stoima
of wind and mow that has ever visited
thia section, swept over Lake Ontario
Towdiy night. The wind, which had
all day blown from the southward,
charged around to the wett in the
evening, and by nightfall whi blowing
at the rate of eixty miles an hour.
Seven vessels loaded with barley were
known to ba oil thia port, and mncU
anxitty was folt for their wellfare.
Rackets were sent by the life saving
erew from the piers, and huge bon
fires, fed by willing bands, wore kept
constantly blazing on the bluffa along
the lake front t guide the etnriu-to'sed-
vessels into port. About 8
o'clock a larve black vessel was (J in
covered through the snow, drifting
pa t the mouih of the harbor. Her
mainmast was gone, and her crew
were burning s'gnals of distress
from her deck?. The seas were very
heavy and the snow was carried along
in blinding (.beets, which at tinii-s
shot eat the lights from the ve sel,
whish was dtifiing hopelessly to de
etrnsMom. A tugboat tried to reach,
her, bnt ws nearly swamped in the
endeavor to put back into the harbor.
After consldeiable difficulty the crew
sncceedud in charing away the dia-
-Ll. I ! ( 1 . .t 1
auit-u iwciuk uu g ji a uuruou oi ueri
mainsails ret and headt a her for the
loot cl tiie ltike. AOout a o . lock
ThursJay mon.ing the vessel struck
on a reef abont twenty milts froiu
this port, and the crew 1 lied them
selves to the forward ligfiing, where
bey were discovered at daylight by
armcis on shore. The surf was very
heavy, and there were no sa table
boats in the vicinity to go
to tae rescue of the half
frown men. The nearest life saving
station was nine miles d's'ant, and
word was sent there for a life boat.
The rosds in the vicinity were bk eked
with snow, and it was nearly noon be
fore the life boat arrived, drawn by
horses. The vessel in the meantime
was fast going 1 1 pieces, and a portion
of her stern, which drifted ashore,
gave her name as the Ar adne, from
Newcastle, Ont., bound for Oswego,
with barley. It was Impossible, to
lannoh the life boat on account of the
snrfard a mortar was sent for. It
was after 3 o'clock when it arrived,
acd the only portion of the schooner
then ont of water was her bows, upon
whlsh could be seen clinging three
men. The body of one of the men,
whish proved to be that of the
aptaln, lioiih McKay, aged 2t,
of Toronto, Ont., dropped from the
forward rigging into the lake and dis
appeared. When the life line was
shot over the schooner from the shore
the men woie too much exhausted to
make it fast for some time. At last
one poor fellow, who was seen cling
ing to the main mast, let go his bold,
and grabbing the life line took a turn
round the spar, and lile savers were
quickly aboard the ill fated versel.
The poor fel.ow who had roused him
self snffl tfeiitly to make the line fast
was washed overboard by a hugs wave,
bwt graped piece of the wreckage
and was tossed insensible upon the
shore. His two companions were
fonnd lashed in tbe fore rigging un
conscious acd badly frozen, and
were sent aehore in the life
boat. Two sailors were fonnd lashed
to the capstan . frozen dead, and
one bedr was seen in the fore
castle. The life saving crew found it
impossible to rescue the bodies, and
wiih the two unconscious sailors left
the wreck. The rescued men were
taken to a farmhouse and a physician
sent for, bat it is funrud that they can
not recover. There was nothing on
their c'o hing by which they could be
identified. One of the dead sailors
frose to the capstan is thought to he
Sutherland McKay, father of the
yonng captain. lie is about 00 years
cm ana Das a wi e in xoronto.
The MaeBecon'e Brave Crew.
Chicago, III., December 3. Last
Tuesday the schooner Kays Farr left
Muskegon f or Chicago "with a load of
slabs. On Wednesday afternoon she
went ashore on the buach near Michi
gan Cily, Iud., and her crew reached
ttiis port ths morning. The wind was
blowing Miff from the north when the
vessel left MmkPBon and there was a
moderate sea running, but it was
tbonght that Chicago haibor could
eaailv be made with the wind as it
then was. All wen'.twell until Wednes
day morning, junt as Chicago har
bor was BiKhted. Jiut then the wind
freshened nptoa gale and veered to
the westward. The schooner had been
laying np tolerably close and the
' change in the wind made it impossible
for her to keep on her course for
Chicago. ,Tbe wind 'grew more and
mora tierce and the old more intense
on'.il every drop of spray that struck
the vessel fr as as it fell, gradually
loading the vessel down on her lee
side until she was nearly on her
beam, and ber canvas solid sheets of
ice two or three inches in thickness
and totally ni.rnnnageable. The sea
began to rise and rnn from the north,
and every wave broke over the ves
sel, now to loaded with ice that she was
almost hull down in the water. Booth
Chicago was sighted, but the crew
were unable to do anything toward
guiding their vessel, and she drifted
helplessly by. A determined effort
was made by tbe crew to get in the
stiff, frozen canvass, and it was
brought down, though the sails were
bioken In pieces as they were folded
on the deck. By this time tbe crew
of tbe vessel were almost dt ad from
exhaustion. They had been on deck
all night long, and were covered with
frozen spray. Several of the men were
bady lrott-bitten. Cant, Urarzo
who bad (tuck to bis poet in the icy
wire ringing, keeping a lookout for
ehcre and giving ordeis to his brave
men cn rltck, was in a pitiable condi
tion. His ntse, ears, fingers and tews
wtre fr a -n; and he wts completely
erctsed in ice. As his vessel drifted
pas'. 8 uth Chicago the captain saw
that all hopea of making a harbor were
grne, ard he deteimined to put his
veseel br f..pe the wind and beach her
- in the send titer Michigan Ciiy, Ind.
This was do; e aW ut 2:o0 o'clock. The
vee el i-tiutk the bar about stven
jts thia Bide of Uat town. Sue
Kronodr-d on tho bur, aDd the next
moment a tremmduui wave came
down on her, sweeping Ler over the
lBr and drenching her with watnr
from tm 1 1 ( e n. Another bur lay
beyond, fmd the rcl:omer struck
again, and was once more carried ever
by anott.er av, widen fr ze as
it shuck and 1 ft the vers;d little
mnre than a mammoth ice
berg. The schojr.cr s:rock on the
tear.h, but it is v.ry doping at this
p int, wid the crtw were eiill a lorg
oi tance from tho-e. Tr.e rawl boat
W's lowoftd. bnt. was liiinHutelv
Hlrnrk by a reVe of Ice arid swamped
Ths tuekUetill held, and the boat
wr s regmned, ana trie crow mau' geu
to crawl int er arid make their way
through the (i l l of floating ics to the
BQirre. where, almost dead lrnra ex.
popure, they were cared for by the
vlllagws in the neighborhood. Tbe
men were in a terribie condition, anti
the medical f;rre cl the vicinity was
kept busy in attending t the numer
ous frost bites. Oapt. Giacio's in
juries were the most severe, his fin
gers being perfectly black. They were
ar ced, and it is hoped that his bands
will be en vet Tbe crew were cared
for nntil last overling, when they left
for OhioafO, arriving hers this morn
ing. The Farr is on the beach, and Is
now completely surrounueu oj ico.
Aa III Fated Bebooaer.
ViKiTABf) III van, Mass , December
3. An unknown three matted
sihooner has been ashore on L'Uom
mediea ah.4, Vineyard round, since
JfSterday, winh signals for assistance
ying. Owing to the north west gile,
wuioh is prevailing, no awlst'ince can
rvach her. Hie eta iri brtaking over
her and she Is covered with he. It Is
believed tlt the is. the William T.
Donuclly, Oapt. Bas-ett, from Ralti
more fur Boston with coal,
Hauda and fort Frosen, .
St. Losna, Mo., December 3. Eight
nfgro r.ms'abouls, a pHrt of the orew
of the river etiramnr Mattie. Boll, ar
rived at the uiJon depot lait night
with badly frcam hands, feet and
faces. They had been working on tbe
boat at Piarl Islo, ou the Illinois river,
all day Tuoa ly and Wednesday dar
ing tbe blfcaou, and became so badly
froaen that thty were sent by rail to
this city, with instructions to apply
for admlsjlon to tbe Marino Hospital.
Four of their nnmber are in mch a so
rieos ooniition that their bands and
feet will have to be ampntnted.
IDE DALTIMOKE AND OHIO.
Baarfd (tiaaicea la lha BtanHse
seal CUT the Baad.
'Naw Tohk, Decern ler 3 A Pitts
barg, Fa,, special to tbe 2Vuiw says:
A railroad man posted on railroad
matters informed a repsrtor yesterday
afteraoea that he expected some im
portant changes in the management
of the Baltimore and Ohio about the
first of the year. lie expects to see
the ist vice president, Samuel 8pan
csr, resign and be succeeded by the
seoond vice president, Thomas King,
lie added: ".Next, I think that, in
stead of having one general manager,
as at present, there wul be three gen
eral managers; the line from New
York te Baltimore, with its branches,
will form one general division, with
James McUrelghton as general mana
ger; the lines K t of the Ohio river,
indudiag tbe Pittabwrg division, the
Metropuiitan branch, the Parkernt)urg
branch, the Bhenandoah Valley
branch and all others later will form
the oentral grand division. I am told
that William M. Clements, at
present general manager of the Erie
Eijmes Company, has been offered
the poflliian. Capt. Clements waa for
mally master of transportation of the
Baltimore and Ohio, and under the
Speaoar plan of reorganization waa
mada geotrai superintendent, a post-
Una eubordlna'e to that ot Ueneral
Manager Denham. who was brounht
from the Louisville and Nashville.
Tbe failure to appoint Oapt. Clements
to the general mananerahlD was a
eonrcs of mortiflcati on to him, and, in
fact, to nearly all f the Baltimors
authorities, said as roon ai an oppor
tunity waa oflered hs r sinned to ac
cept tbe manngKmeut of the Erie Ex
prena. The Trungjhin InterrstB of tbe
Baltimore and Ohio will form anoth r
division, with W. W. 1'eabody, for
merly president and general manager
of the Ohio and Mis-iimlppl, as gen
eral manager. Mr. P;aboily, like
Oapt. (lenient', lias been one of the
beat and moet lntelligejit ol the Balti
more end Ohio cfllcinla. At there
cent reorganisation if the Ohlu and
MiBsiaeipm he was tendered the office
of president, but declined it, pre
sumably to retain bin connection with
the Baltimore and Ohio."
The ronataln af vitality,
T zaaro of tirilcl ray and mental
eotlvitr, U tht kltod. Lt tkli kein Ti
tlatol with kite, or this aad wattrr la coa
mbeo of IndiitiHlua aad noo-aHtmlla-Unof
U lod, aad aa lattrraptlan of th
faastioai of the bod, aad a Iom f atamlaa,
flanh aad appotlt eaniei. Hoetetter'a Stora
ak Btltere li a leale tixolallir idavted to r
eUro all tlirr. beouns It ailfU diteilUi
aad aMiailUtUa, and ranTaihll and other
tntwrlUM hrai the eiroulatioa. Prntcoted
and irithend with thia ndnlraWU detea
Ire llornt, the rfiten duftei ialaenoei
liJmloil to health, to wkioh, if anrsnuUled
mi eei4n, it would nnditubudly eaoeunh.
Coaitiaatiea, ottea an ubailaat aad ohronte
allaiant, ta entirely teateied br it, the lifer,
killed and hi wider rouned (raia Inaot oa,
and a Uadnoor to rheaiantlim offeotaally
ooualeraoltd. It alee oradioatM malarial
A rrawdulent renalow rbecli.
fr. I -otic, Mo., December 3. An
attempt was made recently to defraud
tbe Suited States Government out of
$2904 at the aubtroasury here. A few
few days ago the Merchant' Bank
presented tor payment a pension check
for 13000. The check was drawn in
favor of Robert Bponcer, and waa reg
ularly signed by Pvnsion Agent O. W.
Click, at Topeks, Kas. It bad been
deposited in the National B.ink at
KanFas City, and was sunt for collec
tion through the Merchants' B.tnk. of
St. Louis, When it was presented to
tbe paying teller, he noticed that
something a as wrong with it. He re
ported the matter to the cashier, who,
after examining the check, returned
it dishonored. Mr. Edwards then
wrote to Mr. Click, and yesterday re
ceived a reply stating that tbe amount
of ths check was originally $0. The
cafe was reported to the pea-ion ex
aminers, who at once no: I tied Gen.
Chase, of ths Pension Bureau at Kan
ass City, and also Commissioner Gen
eral Black. , Tbe matter will be in
vestigated bv the Kansas Oily bank,
which is the loser.
Arkaaaaa Silver aad Lead,
Hot Strings, Arc, December S
Nearly every available tract of land
wit hi a ten miles of Bear mountain,
fifteen miles west of here, has beea
taken np and located under the min
ing laws. Developments in the lead
and silver mineecf this section bai
caused much excitement. Reduction
works are going up, and the palmient
dayu of Western mining excitement
are being reproduced.
In Its rffec's, and most useful In Its
app ioa'ion, the fragrant OZODONT
has become the most popular denti
frice in existence. Tig ued ai:d
praised by everybody.
LM COLM CAMPBELL'S
YILEXES3 IS STILL DEISU RE
IJEABMD By Tfcose Who Were Servants In
Her Ilonse (Jen. Butler, fcitia n
L' KnoM, December 3. In ti e Camp
bell divorce ca?e t"d.y, O'Neil, tLe
mnn servant, on croe examination,
rtpeated his declaration of yesterday
thiit, looking through a key bole in
tbe dining rem door, be saw tbe
plaintiff and Chief Shaw In a compro
mising rosit'.on. Lord Colin Camp
bell, witness said, was in tbe drawing
room while Chief Shaw and plaintiff
wera on this occasion in the dining
ronm. A?kfd if he did not know that
there were flaps over the key holes in
the dining room door, witness raid
tbut he did not.
Elizabeth Evar.B, a house maid for
Lady Miles, testified that during the
Ecster holidays in 1882, Lady Colin
Campbell occupied bedroom No. 38 at
Leigh Court, and that tbe Dakeof
Malborongh loccnpled No. 37. Wit
ness saw Lady Colin once while in the
central '.hall of Leif" ofl
one of ber slippers atitock, -cjIV Si the
Duke. Both went (6 Leigh Court on
the same day, and they left on the
same day also. While.Lidy Colin was
at Luifh Court she appeared to be ro
bnst and wr.nt on lorg walks in all
kinds of weather, in snow, rain or
mild with Dr. Bird. It was only of f r
the plaintifl'a return to London that
she appeared to be ill. Witness re
membered that on one occasion, in
April, 183, Gen. Butler was in the
drawing roam with Lady Colin when
some one railed. L dy Colin C3inn
nut and pai l ehe waa not at home.
Iii r hair at the time waa disarranged
and her Lee flushed. When Lord
Colin came home Lady Colin went to
her bedroom and Oen. Butler came
down stairs and let himself out of the
house. Soon afterward Lady Colin
came down and bean to sing and
play. Lord Colin called her and ehe
want to his room and etdd she did not
know hs was home and asked him
why he bad not come into tbe draw
ing room, lie replied: "Bee use yon
bad a visitor there." Lady Colin an
swered: "Only the old soldier, he has
known me since I waa a child."
Annie Daffy, Lord Co '.in Campbell's
nurse, testified that she was engaged
in 1882 to attend the defendant. Lady
Colin gave him, wltne-s said, but little
attention; her visits were scarcoly
ever longer than five minutes, and she
never read to him. Oace witness eaw
Dr. Bird sitting on a stool at Lady
Oolln's feet. Dr. Bird met Lsdy Colin
at ths Leigh Court station. Witness
onoe saw a letter in Lady Colin's
handwriting fall out of Dr. Bird's case
of instruments. Lady Colin became ill
in April. Her ailment wai unusual.
Dr. Bird, conversing with witness
ten days afterward, said: "Don't talk
about Lady Colin's illneee; just say
Lady Colin had a cold." Witness,
basing her observation on seventeen
yeare'experience as a nurse, believed
that Lady Colin's illness was this time
the result of miscarrying. Dr. Bird
dined in the house and remained in
Lady Colin's bedroom until 11 o'clock.
Lord Colin said: "Isn't it rather
late, Doctor? Is Lad Colin so ill
that yon have to remain, although she
hai a nurse here?" Dr. Bird answered:
"I fell asleep and forgot the time."
After thia illness Lady Colin were
half-hoop emerald ring. ' When she
went into her husband's room shs
used always to turn ths stones of tbe
ring around from the ton to the lower
side of the finger that bore It. Wit
ness being -asked why, being Lord
Coliu's nurse, she did not inform him
of what she saw, said ehe refrained
from doing so because she Mt certain
that ultimately be would find it all
out. Lady Colin's illness, witness
continned, commenced on April 14'.b,
end by the 10th witness had con
cluded that her ladyship bad suited
a miscarriage. Witness waa not aware,
however, that any operation bad boen
performed, and never heard that such
was the case until now, when the idea
waa eugened by counsel's question.
LADY CAMPBELL HAD THS DI8UASB
Amy Wright, a hospital nurs, tes
tified t hat she was in attendance upon
Iord Colin Camtibell at the time of
his matriags. ' She accompanied Bis
Lordahlp snd Lady Colin to Scotland.
From what she saw witness believed
that Lady Campbell at the time of her
mairiageand fir some time before it,
was su tiering from an infectious dis
ease, the most loathsome of its sines
isolation), and that ehe did not warn
..ord Colin Campbell against the prob
able results of the consummation of a
marriage with a woman in her dis
eased condition. Witne?s was not
Lord Colin Campbell's medical ad
viser. She had had fourteen years'
experience in hospitals. Two years
ago she made a statement to Solicitor
Humphreys similar to tbe one she
hud juHt mads concerning the plain
tiff. The case was at this point ad
journed. Oar Baby's First Tear,"
bv Marion Harland, with other valua
ble in.ormation; ferry-eight pofre book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Kzchanga Rnlldlng. New York Oitv.
A pmllffffttf-d tr Prmprptl . C.MHih
tlf. ('nvlWJlm Perfect aatrlviil In n0
H.'iilr4 ne oookln.
II rllMatra. fetid . verywher. Our
fcr. .il l hKlln n( tnruill," MAll BC
MLUtKU. tlUUUALK A OUv, VM
Now-The l line To Kpex-ulate
ACTIVE f-lnoinatloBi in tbe Market oBer
opportnaitiee to ipealator to mk
money ii Grata, 8 took i Boode and Petro
am. Promt pereonel Utentloo glren to
orderi noived by wire or noil. Corree
pondenoo eolieitod. ' Tall infarmatioa about
the market la our Book, wbloh will be tor
wardrd fr ab arpllmttioa.
.H. . KUR, Banker and Brokr.--18
Broad A S Hew BtrwUi. Ww York City.
Ho, tMI In the Chaaoery Coort of Shelby
county, Tena. Bomella Van Vlet aad
ctberi vs. Wd. M. fcledge. Kieoutor, and
II appearln Oorn affidevit ta thti eann
thl the defendknU, N. R. 8ledf, W. ll.
Sledie and li. 1). Slelte. Kxeoutori of N.
R. eidn aad earririna artaere of N, R.
Sledi aad eone, ere rml.iente of Mi-eieifpid
and aon rel1n or theHm'e of TenneMXi
It le therelere ordered, That they make
their appoaranoo herein, at toe I'ourt-IIoaie
of hhelbr oounty, in Momphia, Tena., o i-r
belure tbo Snt Mondity in Jnor, lks7,
and plead, aniwer or douar toroTnplainat'i
bill, or the lame wi I be in ken for eonfeened
ae lo them and Mt ler hearine expertoi end
thwt a copy of 1hi order be pnbliehed oneea
weok for fnar euornj-irn wcwkn in the Vetn
t hiK Apix-al lhn U4th day of Norember,
ltMrt. A oi-py Auoet :
8. 1. MclOWhLIrtrk and Matter.
By H. P. Coleman, U. C. and M.
leylor k Derr-dl and T. U Jaokea, Bell,
fot oaiiilaiaeatl.lMiMKIIajjj . let
Tltr. I.V iM.rfr.-t ub.illut for MOI IIFR'S
rllk lnJ.illf In CUDI.Hi A INFANTUM,
elkla.ll AR II II IK It anil tlfn!...... of hlklrva
APPEAL SATURDAY, DECI2MI5EU 1, 1880.
From 115 lbs, to 1GI lbs.
Tall t'ntlrur Itomrutlea I Own nj
llraiib. My "titiiiuraa aud
41 jr I.lf.
A diy ntvor-ife tht I.do not th'nk and
rOik kindly of lhe Cvtmvba liaaaitirs.
bevon yter1 uo all t t ai. in- iimim lor jitttl
t.n my neck, ranging ii e zo from a rl-ery
tt' re to un nrm.t The lr otiee wore
lri'htful to 1( ok Ht. ai.il p&irifut to b-ar
p.jple luttiewile i.hen ttiry raw . in
diM.:uht, and rut! Hh-uneil to be on ita
itroes or iu oic y. fnvii-iena and thir
trtuliront, nod all luodiciii-e Ixilnl 1 1 d any
a"xl. In a miiiuPiK nf iinr-ir I triad the
'CTK-rfRA kkiiii. Cuiuliia, the irrput
n Core, am! ciTioum i-OAf, n exquiri'o
r-kin beaulifir, rx'ernilly, nnd Cctiocka
Kkolvit, tbe rev 11 lu, d Purifier, inter
nally. Jhe aSkatl lum (aa I o.ll them)
ErHduat'y di4i.pt.xrcd. and the larire oiet
rokx. iaaboar. two ok, dierhari:iriK I area
quantitiea ot nwtl'r. kavinc two Hibtiicar4
in my no'k today t tell the rtory of uiy auf
lerinit. My weight then wai one hundred
andblleen tiokly imuodii my womht now ig
one hundred and filly ona enlid, healihy
potin-la, and iny iji.-ht m only five font five
inohei. In my travtli 1 pra-re the Cl'Tir-uat
KavaniRa. nrth, Hiin'h. Eett and Went.
To C'UTii-Ur.A HiaitiiiKa I owa ar hialth, ur
safpinfhs ana av Lira. A prou inent New
York druaiiiet atkod me the i.ther day. " Do
yi.u at a 11 uie the CrTimaA KiatDina; yon
look tn be in porfe-t hralth? ' My reply
wan, " I do, and (hall alwxye. I have never
known what ainknenn is since T oommenoed
uaina the Cutiouba KaaKoiaa." bomoiiuiei
I am laughed at by pruning them to people
not acquainted with their merits, but tooner
or latr they will come lo iheirsonsos and
believe the tame as those that oe thenj, an
dniona hava whom I have told. May the time
come when there tba'l le a larre Cuticuba
Huppiy Ilon'e in every city in the world, for
the benefit of humanity, where the Cotiooba
HtMKDiKa shall be ndd oxut, so that there
wi 1 be rarely a nee i of ever enuring a drug
tore M. HCbl) AKD-t,
P. 0. Box 1CW7, Kew York, N. Y.
Cdticcba Ravanitanre a positive euro for
evory loiiu ot bkin :d litood Diseases, from
Pi it pies to foroluls. Hold everyohoro.
Prioei CrTrnoa,5ioi KoAe.i'ioi Kolvhit,
II. '0. Prrp.red by I'lirtu Lihoo and Cbkm
IOal Co., UoatOQ, JKasa.
6endlor"llw l t'nrf fikln Dleaaei."
ePLKS, lllBckhen'ls, Fkin Blemishea
n nil biihy II umorsuse t.UTiepBA MAr.
Wilh their weary, rtnll. aching,
lifeless, nll-gnne irnsation, r-
li-v-l in out iiiiiiiii tiy tna
l iil'i-iirii Aull-FnlM flnster.
Warranted. At drag ists, 'lh coals. Potter
Irug and rhomici' r.,.. ttoton. Muss.
noiiECPATno virziuiTAaT speopics
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
, ,t; Dogs, Hogs, Poultry.
'' VSED BY U. H. COVW'T.
Caart M lillm, aal Vk Baal rrM.
rrnrs 1'rrors, Conffpsllona, Inflammation,
A. A.-pinni jnoiiifiaiua, iviiih rover.
II. Iltf eilralne. Lainrucaa, ltlirumntiam.:
J. IMalrinipnr. Kasni DUcbaraoa.
I. l).-llitla or liruli.. Wnrilis.
n, n. jmkiiii, ii-avt;a, i-nruinnnia.
V. V.4'nilf n, Urine. llt.llvni-liM.
ll.ll.-l rlnarv and hldni-y llUra
I. Urupllve IMtrnsoa, Itfanga
, K. Ulseaaoa of Uigeatlou.
rrloe, Bottle (ever 00 doses). . i ,TS
Stable Case, with Msnnst, 0500 pagHwlthT
L clianililliotllt!lMilica,botUeil Witch
r Ilaiel Oil and Undicatur, , 08.OO
'" ' Sent Free on Receipt of Price.
Humphrey!' Hod. Co., 109 Fulton SI., H. Y.
cncpinn it. A. H
In naa Ml taara TTtr nnlv amMtaaaiBtfril ramalt
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Frutitravtion, from oTrwork or other cbubo.
1 pr Ttal, or ftTlftlntlUrgviri.l nowdar, lor f&.
t Hold tit Drdooihth, arttrntpoit paid en rointof
prioe. Hawiprirsjy.' Memrlwts)., Qt Vujtom HL, N. T.
W. K. HALDCSIAN.
President of the Oreat LOUISVILLE C0U-K1KR-JODRNAL
CO.. tolls what
he knowt of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrioa or tbb Coraraa-JouanAt.,
Dr. WinltrtmUhSir: I waive a rule I have
observed for many yeari, the value of your
remedy prompting ma to lay, in reply to
your request, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The private assurance! of its efficacy
I had. and tue fond results of its effects I
had observed orfMr. K. W, Meredith, who,
for mora than rweea years, had been fore
man of my oftlcaf, tnlunod ma to test It in
my family. Tb results have boon entirely
satialactnry- The tir-t case waa of two
ears' standing, in which 1 believe every
nown remedy hai been tried with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly increased severity.
Your euro broke them at onoe, and there has
beon no recurrence of them fur more than
ail mcnthi.. The other rase whs ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies 1 but the chills would return at in
tervals until your ruedieine was used, since
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. om the opportu
nity I have had to judge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief thnt your Chill Cure is a
valuable specific, and portorini all yog
promise for it. Kcm.o-tfully.
ARTHUR PETER t CO.. Agent, Louis
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric ApaliaacM ire teat aa 30 Days' TrlaL
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"TT10 ffrtn from M-rvroTja Dmiuty,
W ton Vitaijtt, Lack op Niktm roaw-B AfT
lOOn, WAJTIKO WBAIMBMaU, tLTld aVll ihOM dlMtVaVM
of -v PaiutoHAL Vatumi rwanilttrMf from Auiwi t.n4
OTaiia Cat'iba. rlte( and oomplel rsito-
ratlon ( HaULT,Vmnnam(lMA)iHon9UUARAirrBgaX
TK gTaUidM. dlroTi7 of ths NtnataMttth Ontury.
Proclamation by the GoYernor.
The State of Tennessee Wm. B. Bnto, Gov
ernorTo all who shall ae these Presents.
W11KKRAB, It has been made known to
me that soma unknown party or par
ties charged with having committed a tool
and atrocious mimlor on the body ol John
Graham, on the Hh day ot October, ISSo. In
oar county oi tihelhy, Bed from luetics and
now running at Urges
Now, iherofore, I, Win. Tl. Bite, Governor
at aforesaid, by virtue of the power and au
thority in me vt-eted, do hereby oner a re
ward ol two hundred and fifty dollars, to
any person or persons who may apprehend
the said unknown party or parties, and do
liver him or them to the Bherifi or Jailer ot
our county of Shelby, in ord-r that luetic
In that behalf B ay be had and iecutd.
lh 1 reward Is made payable, one half oa
delivery to th Sheriff and on hall en 00a-
n testimony whrnf. I hav hereunto let
my hand, and caused th Great bl of th
Stat to be affixed at Nashville, on th Utk
ayofNov.mb.r.lS. WM. B. BATH.
By lh GoverBori
Joan Allisok, Secretary of Btate.
AnksR'S ITONIO KlUMul OeVr.lt hue eon
wLr "uie worJf o ana is the b renmly toe
(neii( the throat andkinga, and rtlfea arWaj
Em Inipnre hlvM anil iHMliun. Tlielx.lf anoaffl
anrnnsr asralnsS oisomw. and skmly drifting to 61
ravwilTlnhia.1 M mmr toeir hUUbr itaOM
avof PAaaaa e 1'oniu, Out rtmav isoanprcnnia 1 1
I km tAina wiH-a all m 6uis. uiiea ae JUeal
reMrtO to v iroa awnnnna. g raj-
rtljr Frao. A victim
ot youthful impra
atne, eauinnv rremature ArwTf 4.w.-vj
lability. Lost Menhood, U. lv"ia tiled
I : a.tt AI.IMV.rflll
. . T A M
a simple aeii.cure, wmca na hhimb.
ol his tellow lufierers. Address .
0 J. MASON,
Post Office Wot . VorW Itv.
at your own home, by a
Its miuhi. and a new
v one who was aeai
lntifit wars. Treated hy moat ol
the noted specialists without benefit. CcaB
BiaRgtr in tare months, and ainc then
hundreds of ottrs. full partiruieri sent
OB.avplicattoB. T. . r lri..
So. U Wst Slit itr:t.tii Icrk Cltr.
V. H. AUtlON.
M !- A T
iV et, M
7 m b- .riTl:r2-irr
w 5? S ..Xi:
ALSTON, BY & 00.
And CommlsRion Merchants Hay, Corp, Oats, Bran, Chop Fend, Oil-Meal,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Unildiug and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor Front and Ifnlon, 1
LIVERMORE FUUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDBY & MACHINE I) KPT,
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
Haw-Mllla, 4err.., -;i rttl er5? rititiew-. -.VaA-. , " ft Ssjia,
(Baocesiori in this lenartment to JOHN MANOQTJE.)
rWrlt ns for informsrtnn on AN V THtN In either line.
S. H. BSTI8.
(ItCCt EstHOKSI T
Ha. Wl-2 and 13 Unles
(BVnrKSSOBJ) TO HEACIRAH hobtow
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Quarter of a Century in
JjAW GSTAFF & Co
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN"
L H. ftPPERSOH & CO.
384 FRONT STRETTT.
Cotton Factors, VlioIesnlo Grocery
No. 30 Front treet s Heniphls,' Team
H. 0. PKARCB.
M. C FBARGS Co
Cotton Factors & Commission FilerclVtS,
No. 280 FRONTJ8TBEET3 MEMPHIS. TENN.
rttn Warehaae-SM Sta avwl ta irtitcwt Wlvaet. i
Cpttiii Factors, Uholesalo Grccofo,
J. A. BAILKT. . I. WITT.
J. A. BAILEY & CO.,
. I I ' ...
33G (Second Street, Memphis.
A LA ROB ANb OOMPlKTr! STOCK 0T PLOMBBRS, 8A8 AND BTKAM TOlHs
Materlsl.. Pn-erx. rtrlve Well.. Iron. Toail ae -irone Pine. fas FiTtnres. (Ilnr.es. Vtr
W. B. 6ALBBEATII & GO.
Cotton Factors Commission Morcliants,
75 State Street Cor. Kilby, BOSTON, MASS.
' TTbolesale Oroeers, Cotton duttrfl 1
AbI Cannlsslca Karchaata,
232 Ed 234 Front SLf UeopMiJ, Tczi
BaTTWaTWI AJBABU 'atFVKBUIOBI. '
KB. I. af. aUim SwTa kit iraal Ua U U wetriln a aal f all
laaweeharM. Onttee Werehna w.aiartew ttrei.
n tain wit sm o
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
Wrtfe&-' a- -nr,..i. -t't. "Tir wr -r" it 1 '"iit-
Ko. 314 Frent Street, Corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
li- h. aatiUT.
Howard's Row, Memphis.
IBOto 174 Adams St Memphis
mL Ba Iro
-'a"';ti I . ud
"... lfc Iroa
DEFT, 226 and 228 Second St.
SriCIK. IT. S. MAV.
KITES), DAM a Cm.l
and Cotton Fsolorg
Strtst, Pgmpl.lt, Tsaa.
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENET
AND 3 IN WARE.
& Cotton Factors,
iJOHN L. MoOLKliLAN.
at. J. sink,
fi ll- i,"'i (i uifj'i' iwaim,.M m. at
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,CC0.
" Wt do htrtbv Ctrtify-thnt m kpmwi tk
arranntmctt lor all the Monthly mod Quar
terly iJraitnntt of tit Louwtaua t"
IDAIIIISII. UIVI 1. 1" - - '
th4 mwt'nes thrmtrhr; and tint tht sosu ar
cxmlucled wiln arv, ii.rarw, bim w
faith roimirU all imrir., and km siulftora. e
. J .. it... ..! ,ti r.t L mil fiu-MJll
0 our tignatura auW, a tts adeerttse-
W, th ttndtrtimtd. Bank md Bankm,
StaU Lotttria tsAte amir prtUed mt otsr
g- s saSV
J. H.OGLENBT.Prea. Ia. Bat'I BaaaU
A. BALD WIS, Proa. V. . Hat. Bk.
Oier Half a Milllea Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Ineorporated ta leba for twenty-flv year;
by th Legislature tor Educational and
Cnaritabl purposes vita a. capital of fl,
0(10,000 to which a reserve fund ol ovrt&50,-
000 haa line been added.
Br an overwhelming pepalar Tote Its
Constitution, adopted Ueesaar H, A.D.
II Clrand Hlna;le Nanaar Draw.
Inaa will take pla-e montblr. It aseer
senfes or pott poius. Look at the lellowinf
GRAND NOSTULT .
Extraordinary (Jiiurlfrly Iarawlag
lathe Aoadeiny ol Musi., New Orlranl, .A
InmilKy, llwrniki r M,ISM, f
Under the personal iniwrvtiloa and man-..,.
Hen.O.T. Beorri(ird,f Inislana, and I:
Wen. Jubal A. Kitily.of Virainia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
sarNOTICK-Tloketi ar Ten Dollars
only. Ualvea.5. Filthi, M.
LIST OF PKIZK8.
1 Capital Vrii i TSU,OU0...-4150,0O
1 Grand Priie of...... 5(i,(i0..... 60,0U0
1 Grand Priie or...... !)...... 20,000
2 Lara Pritei ol 10,Ui0 . 211,000
4 Large Priael of...... 6,0HU.... 20,000
20 Pritei of..... l.U 20,000
50 Pritei of. M . 26,000
100 Pritei of n 80,000
200 Pritei of. 40,000
600 Pritei of.... - 10" 60,000
1000 Prites of. - ().... 60,000
100 Approximation Pritei of $200.. 20,001
100 Approximation Prise of ll).- 10,00
100 Approximation Pritei f 75 7,501
2279 Prites, amounting to....... ..(522,500
Application for ratei to olabi should b
mad only te tka offio f th Cempanyat
For further lnformatloa writ elearly,
givini fall addrosi. PTA1 SOTE8, Kx-
presi Money Orderi, or Maw Terk Exchanra
in ordinary latter. Curreaor hy Exprau (at
nr p.a..). address. BApf,
Kaw Orleans, Xa,
Or M. A. DAITPHIN,
Waxhlnarloa. D. C,
01 at 6 W eat Conrt 8r, Keaapola, Team
Make P. O. Monf j Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
HKW OB1RASS BATI9HAI. BASK,
New Orlenna. I .a.
A NATURAL TONIC
aMdl Iroa Earth.
PLEASANT T0TKE TiSTE
TEE GBEAT BLOOD PEIFIES
Far Dy-pepslft,ull jleranemenla
I the Dlg-vatlTe Orgrinn nod tat
pjvar, Skin Dlseaaca, Cut, Burns, -Beside
and Brulaea, ACID IRON
jRARTIl Is at epeciflo.
keuniatlaia, Malarial Dlaao
Aere, Cnronlc Diarrhea and
ellnal caees of Blood PoUoatlaaB,'
f-lald wltkont fall Is Ita eraadera.
Sal laiaUve aaerar.
A SovtrM aafailaa. So t SBtaaT
of sill daraloro in a at a, aajaeVeadat
traaa Uta A. I. E. Cat., msaslls, AJaV
PRICE, FIFTY CENT.
F8R SALE BY ALL DRUBSSZTS. ;
At Wholesale by TAN TLEET CO,
T LATE RKSIDKNCB PROPERTY oa
MeLemnre irtfnut. near Htata Kemal
Ullen The rtrmiertv. whleb is la OrveB-
wood, the most attractive and irowina sub
urb of Memphii, consist! o av aorei or
aronnd nmurpasaod for healthfnlnesi and
betatv of location, ecntaiaiaa a large varie
ty of forest and fruit tre-s, ornaaental tree
and shrubbery: a two story residence com
prising tan room! oonvenientlv arraaged,
wilh ample inpuly of aloaete; alto, kitohen,
servants room, atable, oarriage home, coal
and poultry boas and evral other out
building;!! two good cistern aad a daB
brick-walled well with flt tores as a deposi
tory lor milk, butter, fresh meats, etc. Con
venient aocess to th eity by street can ana
turnpike, with exemption frost eity taxei.
Immediate possession given te purchaser.
Price. SSOOO. Fit terms of payment apply
at my nfflc. No. 6Mtdlon at r telerbon
Ko. 669. ' J. W. CLAPP.
J. 6. SCHMIDT & SON
Importari and Jealsri In Sub Anna,
altlonand Flatalnar TatV-ala, Ballden'
Hsmvarr, tclaolrle Balls and An
nannlatorefor Hotel! and HsidB0l,B
Mala atr.Mil, Mttraphia, Tann. JClaotrla
uppliM alwaii oa hand, aepalrlas Batly
For a Bek fortJO
w-iii,, ai -ifiB,-av;vtrari.;
flMnniniiiAil Oni Million la
win print a ten-
pari aad eomp'ete tie work iihia ten daya
Thil ll at the rate el only epe fta of e ,'
a line, for 1000 Circulation I T advertise-
meat wiu appear in out a "eai
paper, and consean.ntly will be place Be
fore On Million different jwspapT Pur
ehaaern or Fit Millu RaaDBaa, If It IS
onaeersi or r ir ai ii.i.i'.- -------
true, as ii tometimet itaUd Ua every news
paper U looked at by fiv peraeal oa an ar
erage. Ten lines wUi eenoatnofat about
l.vnty-nv. w.rda. . Addraee. with copy at
advarllsement aad eheok, , of 'lend M I eenU
lor book ol I'.Spas. (I KO. P. EOWEUi
CO , 10 rlprnr str.t. V" York.
"CHHHKaiEK'R BISaLISH." - i
Tha OrUlnHl and Only Clanolua,
Sal and alwayi Beliabl. Beware of worllt.
I vt-e Imitations. I ndisiieasable to LA 111 EN.
- your Draaalal lor "Chiobanter's
Kattll-v"and take BO other, or inclose 4
(stamps) to ui for particulars laLITVltby
l-fliir ninil. - l'APEB. Catt.
rsmlor hemlral 4'o
S.tIS adlean Nqaara, Pltllada..
Fold by Prnrrirts evervwber. Ask for
'l tiloh.ie.r' .:u.l', fenny rayal
rill, lake aooiiier.