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4 SESSITiOM TRAGEDY
TTWO YOUKG W01E5 SUICIDE
1FIEB A DEBAICU
tOn Chrlttmu Klght, by Taking
-BOBgB Ob Bati-1 Sad and
Bjmow, Mam , December 28. Tho.
detail! of a (easational tragedy, re
sulting in the death of two young
glils, who will be burled in Mount
Hope Cemetery tomorrow, are printed
thiB morning. The matter, lthoujrh
known to the authorities for a loon
time, hit been encrcdlv ROsnled, and
not a breath of the affair ha before
been made public. Sadie Bigelow and
Li lite Hart, ag?d respectively 18 and
19 jeais, came to Button two or three
yearB ago and Becured employment in
ltrge dry good, boo.ee nere. fcUtlie
fell in love with a respectable bnel
iicbb ma of thia city and they were
married. Boon after, however, they
ceparaW, oving, it is said, to the
husband's abate. The two Rirls went
to New York and wt rj emoloyed there
fcratime in a retail tw'jee, but re
turned to Boston, where they formed
the acquaintance of two young men.
On (Jbriotinas night the four were tp
geiber at a iiouse on Bowdnin street
and drank wine there. Before tepi
rating tbey bad cerioui dlepute.
The men, howarer, put the girls aboad
a car en route to the lodgings. Tueglils
were in an excited state when tiiey
boarded the car, and at once diecimstsd
with ra.-h other plans fur taking their
own lives. Leaving the car they ob
tained two bjxes of "rongk on rats"
at an apothmary shop, and hurrying
to their room, raised the polsou in
their tooth biinh mngaand swallowed
it. 8die tor.k an overdose and did
not reel its tfldita aa soon a did L'r
ie. who sank Inta a le"p stupor,
tiadie realissd what Lad been done,
rusted into the street and hurried
back to BjwdnlD streit, where the
young men still w( re. Finding them,
b.b imn ore l them tt hurry to the
8iuth End Honsa and rave L'ssle.
By this time the poieoa was taalitg
fleet npon Sadie, and throwing her
self npon the bed she writhed iu
fearful agony. Mfdlcal aid was sum
nionei), hut after s x hour of tufler
ing aiis died. The young in-n finally
docided to go to L'nio's house and
break the news to her. They called
there, and upon reaching L'tsie'a
room ehe was found dead upon the
A Yaansr Woman Hurafd tonoalls,
Watkrtown, N. Y., December 29.
M's. Eiwin b.uiord, of Stttif ard'e Uor
tiers, JefJoinoa county, a young mar
ried woman g d 19 year, was bnrned
to death yettei Jay. She wb alone in
the hou e, and it is tupposed lur
clothirg caught fire from the stove, as
it was found open alter the accident.
She melind out of the houe to a
neighbor's, her olotbes all ablate, and
every particle of clothing was burnrd
from her body bf f ire anything could
be done. She died latt evening, six
hours after the accident oorurrcu.
Haeeb.rl Atrn.'saat a Rd Hoi move
Br a Uok and aiaraed.
St. Louis, Mo., December 29 Lra
Stnmpf and Laura Varley, two glrln
axed It and 10 years, respectively, liv
ing the vicinity of Fuuiteenth and
Morgan streets, went to the barn in
the rear of No. 3130 Lucas avenue lat t
night to tee the cuavhrnan in charge
there. Lena S'umpf and the ooach
man left Laura Varley for a few min
nUs stacdirg by a red hit etove.
While waiting for them to return a
large dog bounded into the room and
knocked her ugalnat the stove, svttirg
her clothes en fire. Two pjlicemen
were attracted to the plane by her
screams and extinguished the 11 ime,
but not before the irl had been fatally
bnrned. She was Uken to the hos
pital and will die.
A tatateev Htiba1ntd by III Ml
ler' Isralls HulciUea.
S. Louie, M llsaniiber 29 A.
special from Macon, Mo., says: The
Rev. Clayton Keh-o, a Preehyterlan
minintor, cotnmittel eu'dde yesterday
morning at his home by hanging him
self by ti e neck from a beam in his
baro. lie had n.t returned from the
funeral ol his alitor, Mid it Is supposed
that excessive griof over her death
unbalanced his mind.
The Bakiima Portion or a Town Do
MrojrU ! tire.
FrrrmuHO, Fa , December 29. A
eorflajratioa at Uieeueburg, Wert
morelanl connty, thia moruing de
stroyed one of the 11 nest blocks iu tbo
city, and for ssvornl hours threatened
dwtrnctio.i t3 the entire biiBins
portion of that thriving place. The
lire W3B discovered at 2 o'clock, and la
snppoS'Hl t) have crlglnatol ia
Temple's hardware store. The fl e
ppara'.ue wts wholly inadequate, ami
the Jflames quickly spread to the ad
j lining bu Ming?. The cilii.'ni work
ed heroically to stay the progress o(
the fiary element, but it was not un
til 6 o'clock thia morning that tin
names were under control. Ten
buildings were coneuniul, including
i the Laird House, Temp'e a hardware
' B'ore, old 1'rm nflic?, Ualub St irks
dwelling and four bItib. The I-aird
llonse Wis tho iar.eBt and Q eut hot d
in Uraeneburg. It was a brick build
ing, four stones in height ami fluely
furnished. Thegtie?ti wore alt sound
aaleep when the fire smarted, and many
of them barely es-aped from the
building in their ng!.t clothes. The
loe is estimated at $103,000, insurance
tloO.000. Ho one wai injured.
Bald Haobbrra raplnrmi.
Ri'Inokiii.i, Mo.. December 29.
John Wright, William Hlvoy and
. B.rry lliadcuck, three more of the
ten men who are charged with having
been in tho alleged band of Bld
Knobbtr who whipped lhii-h Raiiof
and Ualnb Titwood and diove them
irora their bomts'.eaiU in the north
rested and are andir b ind to appear
ror preliminary euiuinniaa tutore
United S'at Oorcmis?ioner McLala
Jonre next Friday. Ths other seven
men are already under bond tonrpnnr
for trial at ttie next term of the
United Spates District Court at Jtfler
Sailor Baravd aad rroaca.
Kmw York, December 19. A spe
cial from St. John, N. B., to the l'ort
aeya: The two nins'ed steamer Sir
John, which Bailed lan night at 10:30
o'clock, was two hours later bnrned,
just outeldo the harbor. The litt
news was brought in by a paoxiog
schooner, which saw Ler on fire.
S arching partite rtirted out, and this
morning lountl the crew ot twenty
men boddlcd together in the slow n
the roc 9 at Bltck I'oi.-it. Thnir
clothes wtra fru n to thnir bodies
and thoy were frox;n teribly. Ihey
were brou;fct to t::ij city on s'cd;e3.
It iai f;,ui'i that tlve were bo badly
bnrao.', including CiUt Furdy, the
c"moia:)dfl'-, that iLoy caunot live.
Jotin Siu.lslr, tho etewar.', aj
d'owned white i wi'uujliiga hoio. T;m
xet got on' land b a Hue cairiid
ashore by the captain. The loss of
the steamer, which was new, waitiO,
000; insurance, fiMO. The loss on
the cargo is $t0,(K)9; Insurance nn-known.
A FIEBCE PRIZE FIGnr
Of Thlrtj.lw BaaBda Waal ay (ka
Stbiatck, III., December 29. A
fierce prisa fight occurred between
Charles Daly, of 6t Louie, and Bill?
Myer, of Btreator. at Woodford, a small
station on the Illinois Central rallr.iad,
at late hour lt night The fiht
was for 500 a ride and the gate re
ceipt, to a finish. From the fir 4 to
the tenth roncd Daly tried to wind
Myer, hardly attnmnting to strike him
in the face. but finding this of no avail
be changed bis tactic and tried to get
a knockout blow. I a the fi tdento.
round Dily hit Myer a teirific blow
between the ejea, out Myer came to
the scratch on time. Beth men weie
covered with b'ood and their eyes fcl
mot swollen ehnt, but tbey came lo
time at the call and hard fighting was
the ru'e until tbethtrty-secoud round,
when Myer etrnak Daly a powerful
blow on the neck which spun him
around like a top, and ho fell with
outitrttjlied arms on the floor, from
which he was nnable (orise at the call
of time. The 4ght was givon to Myer.
Da'y had the advan age both in
weight and height, weighing H'i
pouuda and Mjer 140 A foifeit hat
been placed for a fixbt bttween Myer
and Tommy Warren.
Two Affair of Honor Fending In
Naw Yonx, December 29. A spe
cial from Atlanta, (J i., says: Yester
day were developed two cflUirs ol
honor in which thn piinclpals are pee-
Ele in liigh life. Fur several days it
ns ben whispered around that cor
respondence wa pending between
Senator James M Smith, of Oghthorpa
county, and Dr. Wilds F. vVtslmore
laud, ttie celebrated Bnrge.on. West
moreland, as State Prison Ine;'C ctor,
incatrcd the ire of Smith, who is one
of tte heaviest renltontiary le'sco?.
Oa a previous occ:aioa Smith bad de
nounced Weatmoreland in terms of
opprobrium. The mat'tr brr, reached
such a point tha. ft is now ia the
hands oi friends. All parties are rct
iceut, but are closely watched. It was
rumored laut night that Westmoreland
had gone to Alabama.
The second caie ii one of. n:oro vir
ulnncn. F.II. Morii in edi orof the Mil
ledgeville Chranicie, and in bis paper
he has Buveruly attackod Dr. V. II.
Kf nuan, a member of toe Legislature.
A du?i is believed lo bave boon ar
ranged. Tbo Wabaata Kallroad Blatter.
St, Louis. Mo., December 29. Gen.
Hubbard, la behftlf it the I'urchss'ng
Committee of the Wubash railroad,
mado vnrbnl application to the Uoit 'd
Statrs Circuit Court to Jay that it make
an order directing the receiver to givo
pcwsjnsioo to the 1'urcbaning Commit
tee ol all propeity purchased by it and
define the terms urou which audi pos
session shall be given. Uan. Hubbard
explained the functions of the Pur
chasing Committee, and made some
quotations from Judge Urcsham's re
cent d cielrn. Hie Court aeemr.d
eomewhat inclined to question the
jiiiisdiclon of Judge Gresham, bat
without making any positive expres
sion on that point, asked Gen. Hub
bard to make Lis application in writ
ing, and adjourned court to enable
him to prepare it.
Kolralnlnc a Railroad from !
ItoalaK or Uouili,
Kxw York. December 29. The
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
bai proourod from the Supreme C.mrt
a temporary injunction restrainiig
Aliirgao b Louisiana ana Texas mil
road and Hte a ni-hip Company from
dispoHingof 880 bond of the Houston,
Texas aud Contrel Unilwey Company,
dated April 1, 1881, for $1000 encti,
With interest at U per cent., wito cou
pons. The bonds and conponi are se
cured Dy a Renerai morigge maae oy
the HouHtoo and Texas Cen'rai rail
real to iha Tin t Company my truBleeo.
Tbe Boiitoa MercbanU' Dinner.
Boston, Mass., December 29. The
guests of the B aton Merchants' Asso
ciation, Kenatois Hut of Maine,
D.twrs and Hoir of 11 usachueette,
L'oetia of Louisiana, Morgun of Alu
bame, and Conpr.'g men liopbura of
Iowa, Iletbert of Alabama, Morrow
ol C.-diforiiiii, Cnr.in of Pennsylvania
and Tay or of Ohio, arrived this morn
ing end were met by the Knception
Comuiit'ce and taken to the Vendome,
wlmre thry will ttnp during their stay.
During the forerinin the dlenDtion
vUl'od Gov. Kjb;u3on aud Mayor
A niKtT LIHKKAL. OlFKH t
Tub Voltaic Bult Co., Mrblmll,
.Vich., oflor to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Kltwtrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed tree. Write them
frNdnra'a Aid Norloljr Trouble.
Cincinnati, O., December 29. The
Kxaru.ive Committee cf the Freed
men'a Aid Society of the Mjthodlit
F.jiiecopal Church, of which Bishop
Walden fa ihuirmnn, has had under
cons.ddretion at a meeting hero
charges egtlntt Prjf. Calkine, of the
Chattanooga University, one of tho
ichools nndor thi chargi of the socie
ty. The committee found Prof. Cal
kins gu lty cf a discourtesy in a pub
lic Ftoie to a Rev. Mr. Johnson, a col
ored niiiiis'er, of Chattanooga, and
recommended the trustees of the uni
versity to rcquct Prol. Catkins to re
Pu.ts Coniin BY IjKRia Co 's Abni-
CATED EXTBACT OF WlTCH HaXKL..
Piof. E. M. Hale, M.D., LL.D., cf
the Chicago MeOical College, saya:
"It has extraordinary power over t!il i
Ai i...r d:.i... i-n... i
the University Medical College, Lon
don, rav: ' I have found itsmgulauy
suoceesful." Bow.ire of worihlcss im
itations. A'bo caree rhiu:natism, ca
tairli, nt uralgia and fwmaie siifl.r.u ,a.
Wllllaiu Nlowarl, lh Critic, Dead.
New Yokic, Daceibjr 29 William
Stewart, a well known journaliet and
critic, who had oaioed reputatiou by
his critiilatn of Forres, and who is
a.ud to have brought K lwln Booth
into prominence, (lied Monday night
in n hospital iu Eait One Hundred
aud Twentieth Ktreet, where he has
been as a guest of ene of the officer.
His true nume was Edmund O'Fia
herty. He wts born six y-fl re years
ago in Uilway, Ireland, and was edu
cated at Eton Ct llvfce. lie vra? otce a
meiribar of Parliament, onmshiroio
1WS, aod was at one lime manrgcr of
the old Winter Garden, on K.oa lwiy.
91nl Aa AiiMlKOinfBt.
Naw Yohk, December 29. Cbailes
H. Unymcnd, d a er in eupptics, at
No. 121 Chsmbi n street and No. K.3
Head street, jUuda an rb ignment to
day for tho lu ni-tit of cruiiitois to
J.imo? M. Oakl-y, with ptcf-:rcn:es
amounting to ftKt,T0O.
PHIS DAILY APPEAL TIIUBSD AY,
HAS SO BESPECr FOB THE III
Who Flaaat the Aeeuried Bed Flag
and Adrocate the Aid of the
Dirk and tbe Ballet.
Ntw Yobs, December 29. The ill
feeling between tbe socialists and Mr.
Powderly dates back several years.
On several occasions be baa express' d
bis disapproval of their doctrines and
methods, and a secret communication
which be wrote to a Knight of Labor
in this city tome time ego was given
out yeattrday for the firot time. In
his loiter be denounces socialism and
enaicby in plain and v:goroui terms.
The following extracts eipreei the
views be held at the time: Ycu bate
men in New York who would movs
heaven and earth to restore tbe old
customs and make the order Bgiin an
oath bonnd crganr.l'ion. I know
them. You have mm In New York
who have oo-operated with men in
Philadelphia to break np the order by
going to a Oitbo'Ic prelate of eminence
and tol'iuR him that our old oath i
Btill in foice; tbat the word of henor
is but a blind to make catuiaaof
the Catbolio member?, aud that the
General Mabt 'r Workman is a party
to tba infamoos transaction. Tie
CUIS9 of the K nigh' a of Labor hes
come from the promptness wlh
which acknowledge! Iead.ua of the
social iptio element have put them
selves forward at met tings, and, while
speaking, plainly hinted at the musket
and Gatling gun es tbe remedy for
Ubor's grievance-. Many of the men
who advocate thesa prinoiples of so
cialism do not nnderetand them. They
Bit forth tbe idea and convey the im
pression that the only weapons by
which labor can hope to eecure the de
aired reforms are the kmfd and
bludgeon. Men may entertain euch
ideas as they please, but they should
net Beck under the cloak of the
Knightacl Labor to p'Omnlgr ta Mich
(Tocti-itea and mke the order refpoiio!
ble for them. I claim the right to
diiler as to the weans best calculated
to bring about refoim, and am wd'ir.g
to rwpect the opinions of other); but
uUiltho Knights of Labor ad;-pt the
shotgun a their chief weapon I will
vigoromlyobjecito allowing socialhtio
advocates to step to the front at meet
Ings got np in the interests cf labor.
They roust not be permittid to advo
cate blood aud fire, and yet proclaim
themselves to be the moulhp.eoea c f
the lab:ir cause. The conduct and
languaKe of tncne men have caused
the clergymen to regard us with an
eye of suspicion, and it will require
Btronuous elf ;rts on oar part to ro
mcve the erroneous impression con
certiictf rjs, It is my flan and honei t
belief that aa vast as is tide oonutry,
at broad and exo'.usive as ii its terri
tory, tberj is rot room enough with
in its bound I for Iha exercife cf a
tingle lifla. I ba7e no respect lit ths
man or men who will fiiunt that ac
cursed red 11 g and advocate the aid ol
the dirk and bullet for 304 days in the
year and on the 3tl(ith day delicately
walk np to the polls and vote for the
otmtlnusr.ee of thoey6tem whioh th?y
denounced, I am Borry tbat the or
dnrever found a foothold In New
York, for no good hs ever come l.om
large cit ea which are proliilo of
whiaky and crimi. Thae ere many
gocd Knights in your city (Now
York). II I reauire any deter
mined act!o.i give me the man
who reads and thinks li'H'.esd of tne
man who drinks. There ero more of
tho latter in a large city than the
former. However, the Knights ol
Lbnr will live, the'r principles will
spread and eventually triumph. B.ih!
on the ciea u'es who Btaud up as
chnniplons cf labor in the pressnco cf
nnthiokii:g mm and advocate tbe
knlfaand bullet. Bahl on the men
who fl Hint the rid flag. They ere too
vile to reppect and trm cowardly 1 1 up
hold the American flg, met 11 d by
tbe blood of patriots. lhy d.egrac? it
every timo they go to the polls and
votj for monopoly and usury, liacy
aronot to bo trust ud.
The Ntrlkcra Mold a Neellna.
Oak Fbanoisao. Cal , Dicember 29.
A secret inoeting of tha B'.rikicg
Btrretcar men was Hold at a late hour
lnet night, and was continued up to 3
o'clock this moruing. Nothing of the
proceedirgs can be learned, but it is
generally belisvcd that thu object wan
t i bring about a general tic.-up on all
the roailB in tho city. Tho mim ex
prefd strong dtitiunui nation net to re
euiue work until their claims are
linlahlK or l.nbor 1.Ik Itlaaolv
iuK IU Adbrro to tbo Cuurcb.
Nw Yonx, December 29. A Mont
real special save: Owing to tbn oppo
sition of tho iioinan Ca holic Church
and the refu al of the clergy to admit
members of the Knlghta of Labor to
the rights of the etuweb, including
the CuiisiiiUB rotreits and the" com
munion, the membership cf inatiy oi
the French Lidxea in this diocese has
fallon oil. It is stated that the cure of
one of th city parishes retured th
Chrislnns coniutULion to ovor 1000 i f
his parishioners who were members of
the organisation. The majority ol
them consi qu 'ntly severed tmir con
nection witu tho order, aud were ad
mitted to the sacred rite. A proml
nent member ol thn Knlghta if Labor
informed the World correspondent
yeterJay mi ruing that the rfUdala of
V. M.la In Mnnlrritl rAnnirnit.) thA
V l . uiudi - n
fact that this continued epposition of
. a .i ..t ....i
thecuuren aim oousequcui, uouuuu
of the members mnet shortly lead to
the disolutttn of the French lodges.
The Labor Trouble Conllaaea.
Ptni.ADfci.rHiA, Pa., December 29.
Lewis r. Mintn, Blaster wormian oi
Ical ABcembly No. 17, Knights of
Labor, received a telegram yesterday
froai John F. Hall, a member of Dis
trict Assembly No. 49, oi New York
City, requesting Assembly No. IT uo'
to take anv action upon its propo?ed
w ithdriwal, as Master Workman Pow
derly bal eeot a letter to Mr. Hall
benricg on the sjbjct. Mr. Smith
inferred from thin tint the General
Executive Board had become ali-rmad
at the attitude of the uiacbiamty con
BtinotcrSBod had dacided to grattthe
na'ioual trades charter. - Althoogh
Lccal Atsembly No, 17 has severed its
connection wi'h tha KuigLtJ it will
probably request I bo rostorjtion of ita
charter should iho tiational chatter be
granted by tho General Executive
Tbrtal'nt to Withdraw From Ike
Sr. Loui"1, Mo, Dtwroh'r 29
epecial from Penri?. III., nt&toa tl -ai it
br.fl bren lesrvefl that Kidd.tho ex
tensive dlhtilltr at D. Mrincs, la.,
baa no'.ifLd tte Wele-n Export Ah
to is'ion, cotr.monly known the
whitky pool, that l e will aithdmw
fr-m thai oigairsati n Januaiy lt
If in: aho i'd cany out the thr 't. the
o 1 wi I d u')!l e go to picc -a. Kidd,
it is u.il -rotioJ. is iJia.i.u.d w.th
l41j NMWttl rtrMctlt. r ta ffm
ialrml tidai pumr m tkmir mu hnlA try
lo) n k?k? I? Hi)
ThU mwlelna wmblnw Iron with pan mirsUbla
tnnir. ittid U irivi.ltikl.lfi ft IIiwojkm pooullar to
VVotneii. fti3 ftll l"il attlHtitary Htm. It Ku
rlrhl-K nil Purlllrn 111 lllond, Hllmolutnf
Um ApiM'lllr, MrenmhrnH tin MiifM-Ica aul
hrre-ln txot, tlioroul,li Inriiririilr.
CIhaid lhA omiiluiiun, uid makH ilia hkio Mmnain.
ItdfiMnut ljlcka tbn ttwtli, oaum bafvdkcti,aff
prudac OODHtipatlon all other irum fMMficil,, d,
Ki.izahkth Htnn, 74 f-imell Ai , Milwu-
km, Win., in. nndrr dtU of lat. tli. lfctf:
I hart, Dtwvil Brown'f I".o bitlm. mad it bMlwoii
amra than Ain-turm dim, luring ouriMl n of th
tjrtMkriMW iiMliMi buva in lif. AIho curwl me of Llv
r Ooaiiilnlnt. And mm Dif onmplelum Is clear Aafi
good, fjaa alau btmn hanallcial to inf flbUdraa.'
MBS(IiOUIKa O. HluUDolf. Kant IrfHskport If.T.,
Ova: I hara auO.-n-d untold niitterr from Pemaia
tUomplainta, aud onuld ol.taiu rulMX fruta bolluuf
fiioapt Broini'a Iron UIU-ra."
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A Haul Oil aud Uudiuatur, f44.00
8cnl I'reo on Ilncclpt nrtrlc,
Humphrey' Med. Co., 109 Fulton SU, H. T.
ys lonrririft ?. rt
-..i.jiiArri.irii. mi h i i
I VI fcVll IV llUBBaH Tur
in usai 'Jti vonrn. Tlia onlv attrMita:fiil MmnilvfM
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness.
nj rruHtratioii, from orrr-work or otlior oauna
91 pnr vinl, or 5 Tin's and large vUl powder, lr 113.
Koi,n nv l)itU(triH. nrt.fiitp(.ntpaiilon ruoeintOL
pritifl. Hyini-hn'' Me il.t-ln i 1 f K Yultott St., H. I.
W. N. HALDJBAIA1V,
PrMldent of ths Oroat LOUISVILI.K 0OU-H1KK-JUUKNAL
CO., U1U wuat
ha knuwi of
Wintersmith's Chill Cura.
Oyricior tar Coi-biw-Jobshal,
Dr. WinlnmilSir: I watvo a ruli I ban
observed for many yoars, tho value of soar
remedy promptin mo to lay, in reply to
ynur roquant, what I know of yonr Chill
Cora. The private naaaranooa of ita efficaoy
I had, and tho Knod reaulta of Ita rflert !
badobiarred on Mr. H. W. Moro.litb, who,
for mora than Cfteon yeara, had been Inro
man of iny ofttoe, induced ma to teat it in
niy lamily. Tb rosultn have bean ontirely
aatiafaotnry. Tba fir at ease waa of two
yeiua' Hnndine, in which f believe every
known remody had bean tried with tempo
rary relief the ohilli returning- periodically
an! wilh Beamingly increased aovcritj.
Your oure broke I he in at onco, and there ha
boon no recurrenie of them for mora than
in iDcnt'.n. Xbe other ooae waa ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to othei
remedies ; bnt the ohilla would return at in
terval until yonr medicine waa uaed. ainct
which time, now several month, they ban
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had tojudse, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure is a
valuable apecifin, aod perlorma alt you
promise for tt. Hespontfully, .
W. N. BALDKMAN.
ARTntm PETKH k CO., Aicents, Louis-
Theouly perfect substitute lor Mother"
rnilK. jnviiiuame in cnolern ipr;inTurn
Peptics, consumptlvfla, convniescenta.
i-rfcct uutrlont In all Wasting Diner),
llaqulrna no ooolrlnfr. Our Cook, The CarO
nnJ f-eofllntt! of Infants. ualld rrue.
iJJUUKIt, QOOUAXH CO., Boston, Mae.
For a chock for CD
w will print a ten-
One AiuMnn If-
ties of lemlinr A-
i,rl anrl nnmn'ala the Work within ten da?.'.
'ihia la atthn rate ot only one ftti -f acenl
a line, for lOW Citcnlalion I Th advertise
ment will appear in but a sinute laue pi any
paper, and ooiifoumtly will be placed be
tt re tine Million ilifferont iiewFpupor pur
chasers! or Five Million RaauKRS. if it is
true, aa ta aomotiuiea lnlod, that every news
paper Is looked at by five tereone on anav.
ernae Ten lines will acoomtnodate about
sevmty-llie words. Address, with copy oi
adveriisement and ehe"k, ur send mi enntj
lor book ol 176 pa.es. UKO . P. KOW thL i
CO 10 Spruee atret. Na i nrk.
A NATURAL TONIC
(- -2et Bran Karth.
PLEASANT TO Mi -U?
THE GREAT M.00D riUHKB
rar Oyepepvla.Hll oeiauanienU
t the nigratlr Orgnina and (be
Liver, Skin IMecnaee, t ale. Burns,
Mala a aad irrulstia, ACID 1HO
BXARTH I a perlllc.
Kkesnaattsm, FlalarlRl Dlsjav
tier, Chroulc INarrhesa "4
artlaaia eaeee at Bloael raleaaUaaj,
f 114 wlihoat tall M lie eJs.
tal avtat-aalwa aaarar.
. Aaiai fc tr nj.la, aa a te
a all stealer a !, ftalf'aV,
Itaaa tha A. I. E. r., MstkUa, AJaa
PRICE, FIFTY CENTt.
FOrt SALE IY ALL DRtfSSSSTS.
At Wholr-falr, by T4N TI.KKTat CO.
Sow-The Time To KpefiilHie
opportunities to speoulaturi to make
money i i (iwio, t-'lo'tis llonds and Petro
leu u. I'rorn t pfrsontl allcnrion given to
ordeis roceired by lrn i-r mail. Cnaree
pimd.ince f licit- d. Full Inloruiallon about
I he i::arkr!!s :n o:.r l!-iok, wlich will be lor-waid-d
Iroe en not Iji-ition.
II. !. KVI.f., l!nkeranil Troker,
3 CrvaJ Jt S12,e bt:aeU,.N XurkCUy.
m .'iaiB pi im mm
r'-. r-i W9 u m
1 II 4 I I mm
arte 1 II Vftaai aTaMafl
flit-' .1 f i
TILL STANDARD CHEWIHG GUM of THE WORLD. IT HAS 17 O IQUAL
4--'Vr imsii am BVva
For fval. F.Tiry-wlir In (lie
aa-Mert- hanls aad Planter, But all
Farmers anil Oar leners, should, in the In
terval betweon Harvest and Planting time,
look out for the future, and
that they have mads al! arrangements for
Bseds and Imi lements needlul for the next
season. Hundreds of circulars are flooding
the country and filling tbe columns of the
newspapers, soliciting the reader
goods that they know nothing of. With the
eiperienee of twenty-live years in the South,
both in selling and planting, we think we
can safely claim tbat
house has always dealt fairly. We aim to
keep the molt improved Labrr-taviug Im
plements, and to send out only Fresh and
Our present stock t fall and complete, and
we aro prepnred to furnlnh our papered Seed
in neat and attractive stylo, to the tiude, at
tha lowest rata. VVe have also lame stocks
ot GRASS and FIELD BKEOS for Spring
Planting. Our Annual Catalogue will be
ready fur dlftribut'.on by First of January,
Send for one!
It. G. CRAIG & CO.
S Union St.. ff ii,r.lii. Teun.
m, UOEVELOFED FARTS
ctv t:ik iii m.N r."i'Y LAin-t-.n. ik Ki.oi'i,
p i :;i iiili;.Nr.l), I t. .. I an in; p -tn i
1 1 at r i ll lo i 'i r iiBiht. In
. T I .1 BIT lb
ro -n.v i n:ni''Hif i.Viil fill. On t:,e rnrfraj
ilii? a-ltcrt! it ar" vor-v M-'h
t'iV ii r- Iiti-Wi tl tn-rMM
li . s;.-t ori-.1 .-1.,-nl-vri glrltigall imril-n'ars, oy aii.1fla,
tuir, W Luff '.. N. Y T-iti-sTt K.r-rim IW.
No. 6052, R. Chancery Court of fchelbj
enunty-Btate of Tennessee vs. b. S.
Ware nt al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sate entered In ths abevo eafe on the
8d day ot Deoember. lSi:i, M. B. ol, page
:m, I will so I atpubliiaDction.to the high
eM bidder, in front ol tbe !lerk and Master's
ofllce, courthouse oi thelby county, Mem
phis. Tenn.. on
KKlnniay, Mih clay of Jamuary, lSa7,
within legal honra, the followins; descrlbeil
groperty. eituated in the city CI Memphis,
hetby county, Tonn., to-wit:
An undivided Hfi interest in a cortnin
lot, dercribed as folioaa: Hcginning kt the
soulhwert oornor of the Read lot, on the
north side of Union s reet, running thence
westward with tbe north Hoe of Union
street 42 feet, more or !ea, to a stake stand
ing 4. 1 fent, more or les, east of tho exst
abut - ont of the bridn ornr the bayou;
thence northwardly I4SS loot, more or leaa,
to tho point where the hypothonuse of the
trianirle li t of the Krinklev heirs, on the oat
of tbe hyou, cuts the soutli line of old
Union rtroett thence eastwa'dly with ths
south Hue of old Union sticct S3 feet, more
or lca, to the west line of the fce'd loti
thence southwardly with i lid Koad line to
Tor us of rjle On a credit of six lnonrns,
intere-1 bearing noles with nood socuritv re
quirel; lien retiined. rrdcinption buired.
Xhi December 15, IfifO.
rt. I MnUOlv tl.L. Olerk ard Matter.
Rt R. V. Coleman. 1. 0. and l.
K. II A O W. llci-kell. lolicitors.
i CUP. i. nlSs
WVfifi 1 say enra 1 do nm irn tmrvlf tr ttrm wmw
VtfMaca Ufa s.vt lirfra rviarn ajrnln . I riissa. vaa4
ur. I have niaalu U uuteaan ol f LIN. Mil KI"h I m -
IHHSItilvKwXet nfoHietKHls)sv. waiTant m rnsWIeva
ajara) tha wont . tVvraaaa HMrl oawa fat I art w as
ptaatiis for urrow ramfiut a tmn, ma at ostoa lor
baatiM&uda P ntuaai mr tuiaiHii iriiitaiy: (
KtblMM and t'f'M Otr:vfl. ItCVfJia T"W O'-HAfDI lor a tTlai.
Ml will rum v. U. lilt. B. 11 V 1 t . I .T.
No. f.2fv, R Chmcery Court of Shelby
county John T. Willini vs. Wm. I. Ira
bii" ot al .
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
salo er-tercd in the above ;auseon the
7th day ol Dpceinlmr, I'M. M. B.55, pane 418,
1 will sell, nt public auction, to the b iibest
bidder, In froot of the Clerk and Master's
office, at the Main rtreet entrance of tbe
courthouse of Shelby oonuty, Memphis, Ten
Oaiiirilnr, (h rtiiy of Jacinnrv, ISN7.
within legal hours, the foll.ining described
property, situated in the ci'y of Memphis,
Shelby county, lenn.. to-wit:
A lot beginning on the west side of w alnut
street, at tho no-theaat corner ol a parcel ot
land ocnye'ed January 8, 1867, by Snmuel P.
Walker in trust to U. L. D-nnison and A.S.
McNealr, for Wm. and Kd Orgi ): thence
running northward with tbe west line ol
Walnut street 76 feet: thence Wost l.'iO leet to
a nt-ko; then -e south 7t foot to tbe line oi
said trust property aforesaid; thence east
ward INI feet to the hevinning.
Terms ol bale Une hull cafh; balance In
six months, rote bearir.g Interest at 6 per
ei-nt. from dntn. with security required!
lien rotained. This December IS, lnHri.
6. I. ftrPOWKLI., Clerk and Master.
Ry B. K. Coleman, 1. C. and M.
0. W. lleiskell, so'iclt-ir.
ICALTII F UKAX.TI1.-Db. E, c.
W .,'. Nihvs aan RxaiM TeaiTUltT.
a gnaranlced si-ecido for, liyiteria, Uisil
nai's. Cinvutji'iu'S, Cits. Nervous Neural
gia, Headaone. rervc: rrostrntion, CAusca
by the nse of alcohol or tobacco Hake
f Iness, Mental Depression, (tk.'teu lag ef ths
Rratn, resulting in insanity and lea- Ing to
misery, decay and death: Premature uid
Age, KaTor ran, Loss of Power in either
cm lovolutitary Losses and r-peruiator-the,
cc i by oyer-eiertion o( the brain,
self-ahure or or- rindnlirence. Vaoh noxovn
lains on mnnili s treatment, ti bog, o
six boxes frr t situ be mail prepaid, on
receipt oi eric. Vi e guarantee rill Boxes
to cure any oa!. With each order roeierf
by us (or six boxos, eooiopaid wito 11,
we will send the purobaacr our written
guarantee to refund the money li the! reat
uient does not sSTect a core, tiuaranteai
lamed only bv A. h t K E .VBT' Al'O.. iDmr
in, Mii-crMl. Tenn. -
Tho asrlitiutil nil fluty Sounlue,
r-ite and always Kellahls. Rewi.rrol ivr-lh.
- J notations. lnd-insalilf ti I. A I'lli,
. your HrsiKHtat lor ";itrliel'r's
l iili ""and Like nn other, or Indose 4e
(stamp'.) to us for p.trtlautKM Tisi cnraby
rliini ill. I't VAVKH. tUl
rSrr s rirmlrnl 'o.,
a;ti:i Mttivo iKjjimse, I'tiHadn.,
o! I br rruriit evi r-h-re. "k for
' ni, li-'oicr'x t.iiaUiaJt" " amy roy J
fllla, Xaks noo'.lior.
eSmVH II LJ V
1 AVij WM. R9Sj
ksaf7a IS ST Ba 111 BBB Ba al BB mm a a ' m
Fnlf?l Sll He Sure nnd Itny lite tteiiiitito Ardclo.
2&4uJ- T. LaPrada i Co.
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
awHaylng retired from tbe Saddlery and Tlaraess business and openod an office as above,
we are pleased to announce to our trienda and the publio generally that we are now prepared
to serve them In our new oanaoity. tleiurning thanks tor the very liberal p itronace ex
tended as in the old line, ws trust to merit and receive a share of yonr lavors ia the new.
LsPRATiK. MKA'I li 00.
Quarter of a Century in
LAM GSTAFF & C
LINO STAFF KUIXlirAG,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENIf.
E, M. APPER
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FROWT STRFTTT. MEMPHIS. TETwlff: m
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCIIANT8
IVo. 3.1 1 Front, Strof I, Vnr. Fnlon, Mwnirsht. Tnm.
OF MEMP1IIS-A rAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
Xo. 43 MADISON STBFET, IHF.M1IIIS,
K. DCDLET HT!'K,Pre.lil-nt.
H. J. K1.ACS1, SJnataler.
RttiHD OF IiIUECT'sKN.
W. D. BKTIIEL. J. R. GODWIN. S. P. READ. W. N WILKKRSON. D. ZE1LNER,
II. A. I1AM lb TON, JNO OVKRT0N, Jr., W. P. TAYLOH. R. B. tiNOWDKN.
S. 1. MoDOWKLL, R. DUDLEY FRAYSKll. Ws. A.W'ILUAMSON. R. J. CLACK.
ssa-Dcposts recoived fro-n BO cents npward, nml Inlerot alloweil on same semi-annually.
Will Buv and dell Local (Securities, act as Trustee, Recoiver, etc, for Corporations or
Individuals. Can beooine Outrdian, Administrator, i-to. Buy and Sell Kxchaage. Special
atiention paid to Oollcntiona. Mn-y can he draw" ont nl y time, when desired
for investment in Heal Estate or otherwise. Have a commodious Vault fur the Deposit ol
Valuables for the benefit of Rs'trnlisr t'usieaitrs, (re ol charge. t-?!o Deposit Boxes for
rent. Savings especially solioitcd. A Depository of the Slato of Tennessee.
L. D. MULL1N6. ct late J . K. Uodwin & Co. J AU. 1 UMK, late ot J. W. t-'alawall at Cie
MULLIKS &5 YONQE,
Coiton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 alfmurri'a Row, Cor. Front ami Union, Memphis.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE WEPT, 160 to 174 Adams 8U Memphip
Haw.Kllia, fl . '
Henerul flgfg'.fi.I'r.Ti- fl
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEFT, 226 and 228 Second St.
(Snooessors in this lepartnient to JOHN MAN0QUB.)
awrWrite ns for information on ANY THtNH in either Una.
A. VACOAJSO c&
Uma. S78 AND SIO FRONT STREET. HOEjn
Boats and. Shoes
sex is&jkjosr jt.
UR 6T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOK3 F0H FALL ANP7,I?J,KR. 1K,1R,IS M,0KB
cotnple-e than ever, comprising not only the best and " ont also (uU lines of me-
diarn. durahie an-i styiun gooni, wnicu we
Ts i ssts iha sr tm we oner speoiai
rss thk iKallK we oir sneoial
F0I.1D t-l.KS.weare prepared to fill orders lor siieri-WOl, tha
enabling MerohanU to til In without being compelled f"1.'00" needed.
AkTonle for Ihe ltbrl w. I,, nois Jll"' fair Shoe and.W
boss' Miee r
LaU with J. X. LaFrade Oe
tho Hardware Business.
W. fi. WII.HtRSO. Vlc-rreaiUeal.
WM. B JKIF-J, Teller.
Hnop, r naMl
i JkJa" ssuuiway
oner ai iow n, . . ,
isjuositoiii,:... :, TCiiTr;, . "
inducements. V"'nmwt or onr goods IB
AP lttlcJt LIbr MAILSD FBKBub
SON & GO
0. 1 to