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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY. JUNE 2. 1889.
THE MAYBIUCK CASE.
Storj of Lawless Love and Poison.
Damaging Testimony Against a
Mobile Woman In England.
An Illicit liovo Lottor of Mrs. May
brick Pound on tho Street,
Having Beon Dropped by Ilcr Own
Child and Found by
Its Nurso Tha Lettor Is Qlvon to May.
brick' Brother, anil This Lead
to tho Charge of Murdor
Against tho Wife.
Xkw York, May 01. A ciMrgram to
llio 11 VM from Liverpool, mm A baby
dropped a letter in a muddy street; tlio
liitHcinuid opened the soiled missive to
put it into another envelope. Thin trilling
incident rrveulod n most soiiKnlionul Btory
cf husband poi .oniu. and 1 i .v lnm'ht
tlio buby's mother, who is un American
woman, within tlio idiadow of the g.tllows.
Tliu nursemaid rend tho letter und con
cluded not to mail it. The letter was
written with a pencil und was addressed
to A. liiierly, Y.., Ilnskietuii street, Liv
crjKol. It read as follows:
IVuredU Your letter under cover to G.
raiuu to hand just after 1 g ive them tor
you on Monday. I did uol cxoel to hear
iiuiu you so noon, and delay occurred in
i;iviii him tlio noetiMury instruction.
Kiuco my return I have Urn nursing oil
day nud iiiht. Hois tick unto death.
The doctors held a consultation yesterday.
Now all deH'iidM upon how long hit
strength nil! lioKl out. lioth of my
irothcrs-iii-liitt' are hero and we arc ter
libly anxious. I cannot answer your let
ter fully today, darling, hut relievo your
mind of all (ear of discovery now or in tho
future M. has beon delirious tinea Sun
day, and 1 know he is Ignorant of every
thins, even of the name of the Street, iiIho
that ho hat not liccu milking sny iuu,uiiics
wlitttover. The tale ho toM mo was
mero fabrication, and only intended to
frik'htcn the truth out of mo. In fact, ho
believes riy statement, although lie will
sot admit it
You need not, therefore, go nhrotd on
this ground, dearest; but in any enso don't
Icitvo ljii:ljnd until I have won you oneo
attain. You mint feel that thoso two let
ters of luine Here w ritten uii'ler r i i r u iii
slanees hu h murt ever excuse their in
JiiKtite in rciir eves, l'o you iunij I
could net a I nm doing if I merely felt
what 1 interred'.' Ifymiwiiih to write to
tne alxmt nuvthitiit do so, ss all letters pas
thlnllk'ti my liands lit present.
Lxeuue thin scrawl, my thirling, but I
dam not h'avu the room for a nimuc nt.and
) do not know when 1 shall bo nblo to
write to ou u,.iiii. Ju IiuhIo, your ow n
Hip letter wis wiiltenby Florence III r.l
belli Mniluick. wdn ol .1 ami m M.ivbru k, it
rit li clt. n uicrchiir.l of Liverpool Willi
III a few Lours sfler the nursciiiiild ojh iiimI
the note, Muylnick w.h n id ad man. 'I hit
Ctrl paw the letter In I id in Mathrirk, a
brother ul J.llllcs, who allowed tint III
nei.it lii lionil without nrotiniiiK Ml-piciOti.
bill bo Matched tbn Widow iIin Iv and
consulted with tbn point). 'Ibis was three
, Werkt ago.
Tell it ayn n.ii, wbih' Mm. M.ivluick win
ill in l-ed, prol. jug to bo iToMiiito.l by
ln-r liilslhind's ili'.illi, Ibe nliee in.lile liel
a priNoner and reuioved her to tbn leHl.il
Wind of althnin jail. Mie w m ihI told
of tho inti lili.'ii to chaiu ber Willi miir
der, but that iihe nimply was fi 'pund mi
wiluchM to clrsr HI) tlm a ii -tuna iisluro
of her liiitlisnd's death. When II became
known tbut Mrs. Mavbiiek was actually
chared with miimiiiii her Inn-hand, thn
cviiWueu on which tl.o rhsiyu was Imncd
art-med so lliinsy and piuely cireuuiMan
list that tier iicikIh.ois lilt tudiittituil
sgHiimt the Milice slid the relatives ol the
cb-ad man lor Inking so haixh a courwv.
but I ho detectives knew their Kround. and
the evidence against the accused woman
at the Coroner's linpicsl today will ahoek
tlio enure rountry.
Yesterday Mrs. Mavbrick was Ihoujht
strung enough to be liroiight into conn lo
. Il-jr the rhmve sjrailist her, but when she
ws told by her lawyer Hist sho actually
bad to auswer to sclmrfO of murder she
Isvstnc prostrated again and was unable
to leave the prron. Her trial was ad-
Vmriir I until Moiid.iv, but the Coroner
rrfuw-il lo longer otpoiie the ino,ucsl,
which wan aci mr usiny.
Mrs. Ms brick is ibo daughter of
banker rismed t handler, who hod in
Mobile, A Is., si lb time of the late war.
Alter Mr. ( bsuda r be I bis widow nisr
lied Ijioii oii lUvue, who an olll
rrr in mo tier until aimy, aim or some
tune on the si.itiiil stiiif of tbu
lull r.uirrtr rrvilcnck wlieu lie was
Cinwn Jruiio. Mrs. Von Kogue
nvru some limn in I urn rielil yens
tzn. While corning (nun Aineiica with
ber dniiu'bti-r, then ti'htivn years ld,
lliey met James .Msylim k, at tho limu
iii.tii over lorty yes is old and doiuK a Inino
limine- in roiton at I.ieriKMl. Msv
bib k li ll in lov with Kloremu nud alter
their srrial In lii.l.iii.l followed her in
lumbal. The Were married nt oneo to
t. J ninn,' s i lunch, l'icc. dilly. Tho
titnle w lie n ilex iiInvI as bom Norlolk
. Jim l.il,ik bad a srimralat for
liitu. ol all ul v i si a year h it by her
lither. Ibr biil.,ii. ow'md a lino rcsl
il'inr, lni,i i rvax' llnoso, lrMnd.ile, a
Siitnirtiel I.ivcikniI. 'it lev Wi'til tlii.r. In
lite sun iwu i lolilrn wern lite limi ot the
. nlalrlnr. w"io, unee he,r mother's arr-it,
bsvr U n p .ii d in cIiuiku uf their phi
lil'ither. lr. Maybrick had Iwn brothi.rs. ono d
ll-.ein, Mil hael, m iun a Well ln wu tun
lono at 1itidon com eit, nud Ut'.er
known in Amcr.ca ns Mepheli Addins,
rouipiwr of 'Nancy I j" sml oilier pop.
lilar Minus, l ivewii ks ui James Mav
brick Weill In Isilldoll o M,a. l. lie
complained then id tei njt :rana ly n
Well, and Mid he lis I Im ii Ukiii4 u.nli
cino which iuteud ) inakiii bun tx-it r
made him woisv. Mo ni.w back hern
anJ Iwlore lb leti. r i winch his 11. y
ilroplN'd Into the until; wa written he
Was obliged to Inko to Ins bed will he flew
rapidly Surw, .Micliucl was calli'd Irum
l.lid ri. What fobowed Is told m
Lis own werils at tho Impiesl todav:
"I found my brother Jsnim In U- l, at
tended by tilirro. Mrs. Ma In iik met
Mie atid went to Ilia bedroom Wnh iny
brother laiwaid and in ) sell. 1 s.ud to ln'r
1 bad a ttrotiK sipieion that my bmilier
was not rettuiji pr.erly treated. What
no yon liii an? she said, hxik'iig simile. I.
I simwere-l that 1 thought James would
Improve at once If ho bad another liune.
Hie Said she had III lunst right to lliirmi
Li r bubund ami bad dono so up lo the
prtwrut. Next day 1 called lu two doctors
aud another bur so.
"In rouseuenr of t communication
- bum the curse, i removed bottle of
brandy which wst among th medicines
the hcdrwin. J also look possession of
botlluof meat extract lu the room, and
gave iheiu to the Uuclor. 1 thvu luok a
walk in tho garden. On returning to tha
bodroom, I saw Mrs. Maybrick changing
tome whiaky from one buttle to another,
placing it in one with a wide neck and
changing the labels. I remonstrated with
hor and asked her bow ho dared do it,
und the replied that it was because of a
sediment In the bottle. Tho nurses woro
again chnnged, but my brother aauk rap
idly and diod on tho 11th, having beon
"On the day ray brother diod the child
ren's nurae guvo mo a parcel and a box.
Tho parcel was in brown paper, labeled
'Arsenic roison.' In writing, the words
'for cute' were added. In this parcel were
four small bottles containing a w hite fluid
and w ith tho liittclit dcratched olT. There
was also a pocket handkerchief or a picco
of linen in it. l'arcel mid bos wcro
Tho Coroner Ionic a mnwj of tesliinonv
from 0 o'clock this morning till II o'clock
tonight, and nil of it goes to show had fuel
ing between tho husband and wife und
that she wanted to be rid of hiui.
Alice Tapp, tlio mine, who exposed tho
nflair by opening the letter, snid that May
brick had some words with his wife last
March, when alio iiihihted on itoing to the
races, t-lie threatened to leave the house,
lie told her that if aim did soahu would
never enter it ugain. Ho also Kaid: "Hor-
rie! l lorrie! 1 nevor thought it would
como to this." A few weeks afterward tho
numo had le-r alt nlioii cubed by tho
lioiihciiiaid to something iu a basin in tho
bedroom. Tho baain was covered with a
towel, on removing which tho witneas
found a number of !ly-paicrs on a plate
with a liipiid on top of them. Thoro wcro
no llio iu the hotit-o then.
About thiitimo Mr. Maybrick began lo
gel ill, though witness had never known
him to be ill tieforn. The housemaid lold
her ho had taken au ovcrdo.io of medicine
ordered him by a doctor in Uindon and
was very sick. This testimony was con
tinued bv three nurses from the IJvcrpool
Homo, i wo chemists were called to prove
that the prisoner purchuned fly-papers.
May brick's cook said that the arrti-tcd had
aiked her to uuika lemonade, and when
tlio cook w.n going lo give it to tho sick
man Mrs. Mavbrick took it from her, say
ing it limit ou'ly be u-e.l us a garg'.e.
Mary Cndwalader had noticed a very
dark sediment iu the soup given to the
hufthand by Mrs. Maybrick.
Tho nunm Cellary heard the sick man
implore his wife not to give him the
wrong mcilicine.a be feared she did some
liuien, lieeause he fell so queer utter tak
ing iu The wi.'e nnkej him sharply what
he was talking about.
Mrs. Ninuier, a styli-di young woman,
who went to the races with Mrs. Maybrick
in March, les'.ilied that the accused toM
her shu hated her husband, aud "would
make it hot for him.'' WitucNi bad secu
Mrs. Maybrick in public talking alone
Knotigh evidence having beeu produced
lo justily holding tho prisoner and mak
ing other srrei, the case was adjourned
for one wei-k until Mrs. Maybrick will be
able to attend. The M i-.f. corresnndent
was told ut llio jail tonight thai siio hail
revived wonderlully dining tho day, and
took the situation coolly, Miu says she
ran explain everything. Mio is not a
pictly woman, but has s very bright, at
tractive face aud dark hair und eyes. A
r.ailow roieplexioil makes her look older
than she is.
Ihierly it a dix-opalcd looking fellow of
nlioul lliirlv-ei-ht years, willi reibhali
hair and whikcrs. 'I he wjuuiu's .ulec-
lion (or him isonu of the strange features
of the can. Hnerly is practically under
nrrint. lie was going to leave the city
yehlerday, bill tin) Milieo stojpe. him.
lie was iircicut at tho in.inesi imlav, but
was not called. II.) looked bud I V reared;
all indications nuii to one of llio uiont
sennitional iiinider trials on record. Tbu
police bint ul Hlill uiur.) damaging Irttert
given up by lirierly. Medical men will Im
called to say Unit they were not consulted
I. II Ion late Id prevent the iKiison
(mm taking fatal t il. i t. It is rumored
thai Mrs. Ma)briek Will claim that her
husband poinoiieil hluiKell by taking ail
nverdoiMj ol mediciiie Willi nrnenie in it.
Tho lie. M corresiHindeiit is ililormed by
lie of tho iloclois present at llio autoiuy
that this plea could ill no way account lor
Ibo Immense ipiaiiiity ol er-enic lound In
Die stoma, h. even if tbn patient bad taken
at mice the whole bolllo iml up lor linn,
wliereiis it was only hall empty. Alto-
K Iher the rase has a bad look lor the ac-
t'lanr Ilia Wy
Without IimsiiI llius win-tl His lulc-t lunl rsnnl U
lilmail up lij nwn ol oeiitlntl..n. ilmmleur
ruiiorarjr. lul.oiil.t l U.rnf In tiiln.t tlmi Hit,
llmi-lil la .nin Ui tviuine lullni sml nllliile,
sml birvd ollirr Slid wniM nailsluts llnalcl
U-r's Hinmsrli lllllrra Is ttis nviM rrmnlr lo r-
Kiuts (lis tiUariirtloa trTn'liisllf, but wllhoul
ilrrnihliif or weakriiltif I lis bliaksdnl Umrls, s
niuniH-ue slssit lo Is) ..nli.inl, J In.oi Hi
tHvnl vlelriil UisIKm. which nrr amuns llirinmt
icrnl(lifiisol lbs climp ttmirioiii tisllowr. by
llm rnMuloiw iirtil luUli.iormnl. lit list il tt
IH'rIrne . tB'l el Iho tunlli-sl Itili rnllr kin. linn
IllSlUllnlnl ihlt MaBiUrl sprrlriil. Met only M
s tiHinv ol rvlirl swt M-rmui.il rriilaillt In ilia
bowel, tivrr sn.l louisi h. but s s irniii ul rem
rl) lll Slut 'trrilllli( kliluef sml til el let UuU
bli-s an J I. rr ami It I wliliiiiil s - r.
I l.akewood, NeV York.
1 In mot beau'ifiil resort in America;
situated on the mum lineoi I he New Yoik,
Lake I rin iV Western lu.ilr.uid, at laik
Wid, N. Y., midway between Cincinnati
and New York ( itv, the lulitft navigable
water III the Cinled Mates, over l.til(.'ct
above Ibe level ul Ibo tr. and 7ml del
higher th in Like line. Wc.it tier cool, no
inalatia; let linxquitor. lintels open
June I lo t h tolicr I. biiiui.l tnpfare Iroui
Cmcinniili (I I. '.'.; goo. I r turning until
letiilH-r III, I'h sure vour tickets read via
New York. I-nko Kite A et. rn Ihnlroad
fiom Cincintisti, as ibis i the only lino
running solid trninn. I'li'liu m I'a'.ure Cars
through to the IjiLc. 'loiirikls' lickels on
sale ul all largn stations, l or further ill
formation plcuw si ply to ticket n.-i ni
i- unci liiiif bile, or In II. C, llolnbird
I'immoii l'aM ii.'er Agent, No, V.) West
1 uurlh ureet, Cini iiinuti, .
l.riwttM I i sir,
A lirintM l Mox hl.lvjK,
For bilionaiirs sod luiKllpalion
la in.. II l.lnil.
l or iinliki -lion sml foul ntnniai h
la in. .ii Hi nr.
tor k and n-inin In sdiulirt
liiiuii t litlr.
l or li ley nii nil. I le llniiani .4
I em.. ii l.litir
I i.r i- ( t M'tiie and debility
la in. hi I 1 1 i r.
I or (i M i, t hills and lil.ila'la take l-cllloll
Union rlltlr will ni fail yon In any of
llie iiIhup iiaiiird ili-riiM-, nil ( which urlx)
Iniin a torpid nr ili ard liver, siomaih
khliipv, Iximrl or blood.
I'n paml only l y 1 r. II. XI n Icy, Atlanta,
I if ly n-nl sml on dollar x-r boll!. Bold
A rramlwewl Ml.l.lrr Wrltos,
A tier ti n raro( grrsl nrteriint fnim Indl
iii.mi, with f'ri tiprvoti iiKiairation, bll
I.Mi.lir... ill i, b ird kldiipy Slid rtiiillps
ii'ui. I hsvp im-n rnred by lr. Woslry
iiiioti r.iiiirsnd am now a II man.
kv. ('. t . I'DVIS.
fcld M V. Clnirth. K.uih, No. gs iainall
Strerl, AllnliU, (ia.
I'or Hoilsekrepliig. lxjw for rash or on
esy icrm. Como in, and bring your
fnendr, Kliisli rurnituiv Company, No.
m fecund tinak
LESSON OF THE PTJBUO SCHOOL
EXAMINATION LAST WEEK.
An Intelligent Northern Gentleman Con
fesses Himself Overwhelmed With
Delight at What Be Saw and Heard
at Market Street School.
"That was tho most thorough and prac
tical illustration of what children can do
in a year's training that I ever witnessed,"
unid a Northern gentleman to an Aitkai.
reporter na they were leaving the Market
utreot school after tho exorcises Inst Friday.
"If that it a specimen of your schools in
Memphis you niny congrntulnto yourselves
on having schools that will rank with the
very best iu tho wholo country."
"I thought you Northerners didn't
think very much of tho public school Bys
tom In tho South," reyticd the newspaper
"As a rulo wo don't, and tho moro lib
eral and enterprising portion of your po
illation aio of tho s.nuo opinion. At I
have said, If Hint is a specimen of tho work
doue in this city, then your schools arc not
only an exception in the South, but In the
North aliio. I have always taken a deep
interest in education. 1 have traveled In
thirty-four Suites, and hnvo vinitcd schools
in nearly every one of them. I have iiIho
attended educational exorcise In tho old
couutiy, hut tho examination of those
primary and grammar pupils discounted
anything I hnvo ever seen. Ordinarily
pupils of these grades, at their closing ex
orcises, sing song sonio wishy-washy reci
tation thnt proves a bore to everyone ex
cept the mother of the cherub. Truly,
what we havo just henid would hnvo en
tertained and instructed tho most intelli
gent of men. They came into tho room
by classes and w holo rooms, and recited
without the least hesitation. In other ex
amiiia ion I havo attended, thoro have
Ix en some who were unable to answer
llio questions asked, but this morning
every question asked was answered
promptly and correctly. They not only
knew, but they seemed to understand
what they were talking about. And tho
questions that were u.-ked such littlo fel
lows. A stranger would infer that tho
survotyped lexl books wcro almost en
liielv ignored. I came here to learn some
thing aijoul Memphis and the Mate of
Tonncisee. That little geography class
gave me all the information I desired. It
is remarkable what children can learn with
"ihen you hko
the method Used
I know nothing about lint method
am used, but 1 do know that when chit-
Iren ran pass such an examination they
have been taught by the very best meth
ods and the very best teachers. A great
many teachers uro ineclianic.il. ihev
leach and leach, and tho scholar learns
and Icarus, but neither teacher nor pupil
know very much about tho actual remits
obtained. '1 Ins morning is tlio first tiuio
I evol visited vour schools, but. liiiL-ina
from what 1 have JiihI een. 1 nm certain
that the teachers in tha building wo hnvo
list left are not of the chits I have sunken.
J hey must be very thorough and uracil.
cal or their work would show dillerent
results. Take, for iiiilauc", Ihiste classes
in mental nrilhmelic. TIiohk little fetlnw
rattled oil' their dinners n if they woro
)ld inatheiimticiuns. Any one with the
least intelligence could a. o that tho nn.
swent had not been prepared for the oc-
ruamn. 1 ueliovo any child there
ouhl have uiiHwcrcd any 'uumtinu
linked. You could foil that bv tho
motion of their lip wlnlo the nnswer wa
being given. Dun thing was rspccinllv
xtl, nud that was the articulation mid
midiasis. This show thorough truinitin
iu sonielbing that IS too olten neglected.
There are very few Rood renders in this
world, but with such teacher tlio number
will be largely increased by the present
rising generation of Memphis, Hut say
ill keep on you will think 1 am giving
you lots of tall v."
.Nol nl all. Ibo neoiile of Mc ninh s
are always glad lo hear stranger snv they
uro pleased with what they mo and bear
in our niiiist."
'I wn lold that this wa the first venr
yon have hud vocal music in your schools.
If this i correct tho wolk 'hm been re
markable. The Holt svstem is well
known in the North and is used by some
of tho liest teacher in that section. Tho
work n your teacher hero would indlcnto
(list she had been a close student, and tha
I'xvrt-iso tin) morning show Unit die ia
muiietciit to impart a thorough knowi
edg of musical sound. The recitation
in tho High MiiNilnsuii ilemniistrati'd the
fact that tne leacln r of rlot ulion is iiimt
rxoi llent one. It I said thnt education is
the foiind.ili'in and coruer-itoiiu of i.nr
beptiUie. If tins I mi true, the peop'o of
Memphis invd not fear for this iortioii of
Ibe country, lor with inch a master
builder as your siiH riiiteii.eiit, and the
assistance given bun by audi a rori of
teachers, llio loiiinlnliou can not ,n to
I strong, and llio t'orner-rlonu well laid."
1 noticed you were very much elleeic.l
when the children wcro paying Iribnto to
the Amcricsn Hag."
"I shall ulwav n'ltiemlirr that aerne. I
have always been a lii publican.ainl M-fore
1 came Siiilh lieheved thill the inaioritv
el llie Niiitliern H'ople were still relieU.
Ibe sight ol tlnsM' little i-hildren telling of
their love (or Ibo ti, fl ig, and chiiniing
allegiance In the Nation in which it be-
lungs caused the tears lo (low, and I w as
unable In control them. It was one of the
linwt ctbtlilig Sia lic I eer itncaed.
Why, some ul iIiimii children bad fathers
who fought sgilllst tbut IU lliey Were
praising, and nearly every main 'parent
voted ug.iuist I'nsnleiit ' 1 1 unison, tho
man they cheered. 1 wish unli men
as Chiindler, loiakcr and Miennsn
imuIiI luivo witiii-nsed Unit s.rne.
It their b is bad not been
touched, that portion of their InmIv limit
bo made ot alone. Sm l things its thnt
will bung Tne North nud houtli into a
bond of ailiriity Ihst cannot H. biokeii by
otedieadi'd Hilltieiaii of the North.
hen 1 t ame Sonin lust I ebriiiiry 1 wa n
tlrui It-hever ill equal rights as taught by
the Uepiiblii-au party fl llio Norih, but
suns I csme among the Nmlliern hhIo
have learned lo honor and rem l ihein.
That little scene we bsvo jui w itnessed
hs drswn mo i low-r In Ihu nople of ibis
section than ever I could havo Imagine. I.
I boH such sn'ne as that will l enscteil
In tbu Norlheiii schools, llml tlm clulilieli
there in. iv learn lo know, uiideisinnd and
Invo their biolher aud tisters ul Ihu anlid
l r 1lrl llraln
v li"i.-r.iin a tun i n... nut.
lr. . I'. Hloiil. Hvnieiise, X. Y., 'at 1 I
(Tata llloi.lio .iit eiil h Ii.i ana ln.al.lp to
i I the in.-l nliloinry IniMnr-., Umii,-i
Ilia I. miu 'lliril an. I cviifni-, iini llio
cnl imiiliil raerllon. Iinnn .Imto baiicltl,
and ullilnalc rti-oveiy folioaril."
rietwrra, Walrha. lisrhs, Urfaaa.
Anvthinif nifdcl lo lit iii nnd adorn
your home, low for rush or on eaay term.
Itlusle I' liruilure Coiiiiaiiy, No, a,,;, (y,,..
l..f T. M. tiiilbivsih, No. lg Hiailiaon
street, rnt yum Iiuum ami lulled yuur
Tne Wonflerfal Carfclal Springs. .
At th Ninth IntcrnstiaiisI Medial rooptm.
Dr. A. I A. Toboldt, ot the Cnlrenlryel ruturl
vuols, read t ppr slating that out ol thirty oaM
trtatad wllh th (sauln iBportr 4 fsrltbad 8prt
BsJd Powder form, far ehronlo conittpstlon,
hypochondria, dUsjs ot the liver and kldnars,
Jauadloa, aillpotli, dlsbetas, drorsT from valvular
hasrt dlssan, drpnaU, oakurhal lnUoramallon ol
the stoioach, uloer ot th Momaoh or pleea, ebll
drD with msrmsinu, gout, rheumatism ol th
JotnU, travel, sto., twrutf-l wnresnilrely cured,
threa raueh Improred, and one not treated loug
sunuph. Ararar tires ol tceottneut. four waoka.
The Osrlibarl sprudel Call (powilcr form) la sn
eicauaut Apuiant, lAzaMvs aud DlnreUc. It
eloanj th cum pinion, purl.' a tin blood. It I
ouily so.uhle; plaaui (o nil i"l nuanent In
aoilon. Tha onulu prisSunt ol Ui Carltbsd
Hprlncilatxporiod In rotiod bottle. Bu libottlo
cuuin I a light blue paper cannon, aud ha III
Inuftiut Ilsi.'r 4 UeaJeou Co ," le K"nta, f
luorlajr strstt, New York, on every bottle. On
bold tualkd (or Ona Dollar, hi. TobolUl'f leo
tun msllad Ires upu appliusliuu.
Drs. 13ETTS & BETTS
813 Main St., Memphis.
U . , ' t 1 1 Vi.' W
.' I" '.'"((ail
- i"...v.r v i v ; x
MT?T?TiTfin! Debility. 8pertniThna. Rani
11iXb V UUO nal Ixm. Mnt Kiululnn
laswol VltAl Powrfs, Ineplamess, fkispoadtnry,
IM of slsaiory, Ccrnrtulwi J Mas. Lusltuda,
LMnr.'nIno of Kulriu, Avarslaa to
kl.... I kA.lla 1 1 1. .. .
iea oc cvnuarnce,
i)un, i mi, uani lor pauar or vnatne, aim
flrnU lite bnnlrn. haPKLY, PKHllAMsNTLy
a ii. I I'lllVATttLY t'L RK1.
BLOOD AND SKIN lill,
rlbl In It mull, eomplately rallrated wllh. ml
the use ol increarr, nurulula. trjtlpalu. Ktver
Nirna, llli,l.-h, i'lraplra, Clerra, Cain In th
iled rod Doous, SrrSUIUo bora Tbnxt Month
and lor ii. U'urro, air, PKh.M ANKMLY
t't'KKD WllKmilKHj IlAVl rAll.hD.
T1RTMAPV Kldnry and hiin Trouble,
UfUnniVI Wash llrk. Uurulnf trtno.
Kreueni-y of l'rlnlin. t rio high colored or
Willi milk wjimut oa HjiuIIiii. Gonorrhoea
rilert Cr.Utli, elc, proniptly sad (sfsly cured.
TO YODHG KEM AMD MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
A SURE CURE VXVlSU&
orxsnle weakaa. dMtroyln both nnaJ od body.
wnn an IV" armui in. ImDQlIr ctirv.1.
TiDCJ DCrnrO Addriboewho b.
Una lbie who barstra-
j. uuiiu hm thetaMlvra by lm-
Ulal 1 U r,,rwt tfaetamlvra br m-
It., ah lob
pmnrr Indnlarnm and nliiary habit., ah lob rtila
boUi body aud siind, uaauius Ueu for buaiuaes.
Slinlr or marrlttr.
MAKKIKJ) MKN.orthnaaentorlntoa thai happy
lite, awar ol stinlcal dobUliy. quickly sauted.
I haead upon farui rirab-l-nottoal Kiperlenea.
ss-ouil bvfrr cm la w'laliy ttudifd. tbu
urtlni arlcbl Ibtrd McdnJari are .ri-urd la
our laboniuiryeiai'ilytosall each osas, lbuaacV
tut rursa without Injury.
aar frd rnla paujr tar erlebratrd work no
Cbrislri, Kervmit and Iflbata Ijlm-ea Ihnie
andaeured. "A Irtuadiy ltirr or call may
you Intnr l)S-r-t sa4 ahasan. and add lolUen
yrUI life. OWN laitar auaweivj unlra o
oovanled byrnia I (tampa, Adamator call oa
Di ts. HETT3 &z ni'rTS.
mm- if MCE HOC Us: (AM. Ttiir.M.
T the alt I mU to k sufadeet It tW a) , It
h nnratar; I a let ss s.tenoas stasanaa l
the many ilrlsr el PE U-M. as rt Ionic, and
In enaeriul reatedy M M S Hmh. all that
M s) AtMMar) I M
taMlaant MKdsr h I pal a cey at Or. lUrtman
" IU et Ut," mi read a Hat h) to lesad thartl
tascarnlng la wandeftul work Pt-BU-N I secant
pUthlni In the car el iscb dltasta at TjpstSd Fetar,
DrMstery, dljKt'l Olwata, Dlsbat, BiilMinaa,
AtlbM, Psismtnll ina ConsasipOes. Iu
Ma H s who preflh) by In sipertcwe at otWt a
tsartanaa cae earning sSa food work sas ky PC
RU-M. ta a) b Paras kMlcIn Ca, CMikua,
OM, ter It II all tail yaa MtMsf a ad al aaa)
f aicS Uata, ick trsulila and atuch is.
JONES, IIUIIN & CO.
UO llHOlCIXftDU tl
40 Union Street. Memphis. Tena
THE CAIL DORDEN
H8 Brand GGnaensssl m
Ku Manfa' III Uf raavfulics ABSOlUTt
rur.nr tt ovum of a cmnint.
AS A FOOD FOR INFANTS IT HAS NO EQUAL
fOH PALJi BT
troccri and Drucplatt Evcrywiiora
J. F. HOLST & BRO.
IfwrrsasM to H- MOUT R(J
ATat ktUUrXk TO
No. 330 1-2 8cond St, Mmphl
-A full d eamir'eto,"- d nd M
ttlllr ' d tartl : tr. isu.y, a4
utul ru,u la Wraai kt latasns
taola Braua CDuaenssil jililli
j ''vf.i; :J S:-:::-:K .vws'7f; tfy.r V-V-'-cS Ji-V? r' '
a - "lW tI.4SCaaaia
AGENT 'for EARLY BRE AKFAST
THE PEER OF ALL.
OUR LATEST AND GREATEST PRODUCTION.
"THE MEMPHIS APPEAL,"
The Finest Nickel Cipar Ever Produced in This or Any
A HANDSOME BRONZE STATUE CIGAR
LIGHTER, F0H0AS AND OIL COMBINED, GIVEN GRATIS WITII EVERY 1,000.
-In Addition to this, the Memphis Appeal Company will mail THE WEEKLT
API'KAL for on year, gratis, to the purchaser uf every tuouiuni of the celebrated
Memphis Appeal Cigars.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS.
I. SAMELSON & CO.,
3STO. 310 HVH-A-IIN" STREET.
ROI.TI AOEMTS POH TITW ttttt-i a A"--
R. I;. Cochran 6c Co.
SAW AUD PLJlNIN3
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and 8hmgl. Flooring:,
Sol Agent for Rcyal Hungarian Gov
ernment Wins Cellars, Buds
B. J. SEMMES & CO.
207 Main St., Mamphla, Tenn.
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE AND SPICE CO.
IIAVINU KKltNTLY ITKCHAFED THE FOl'lt KTOUY Ilfll.DINO,
known ua Hi "OuYKK HhyChl." we ha tllt. il up nur rsisblialiiurnt with New and Itu
(iroved Mai lunery. and fsvmir eulawd li i'iIi wo nro unw pn-pir 'I lo IHI our
urJtr wlilt proinp n so J ilmjltli. 'ilisnkli nil nur oil rutniers fur
th liberal palMitlff Iwtjwed nn as In Hi u"t, and solli iliiij a
luntlnuuiua of tin same, we raiuaui. irec fully,
nnATT'LiTLTY COFl'T.K AN1) filMrMlPOMTANY
WM. JACK & SONS
POTTERY and GLASSWARE
I.V ALL rItAIICH.
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Wa coutrol Msaera. Mad dork Si On 'a onlehratsd Enttlbh Iron Etono
Chlnav. Tbn best and only rollnblo warn raada.
Wn curry th largost atook
wa make tho lowf-it pniorn. onnT;rcs nOT.TCTTrD
Porter & Macrae
300 Front Street. Memphis, Tonn.
M. G. PEARGE & GO.
. WHOLESALE GROCERS
870 af-aONT tmiKKT.
myajafaav creiwfvy,! vj.vn"ri WtB'rs
Calllnsr and Cedar Posts.
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t I I I t SlAa4rUi,
e-1! X vy. S VK-JT?.
To i P
lfT 8T0CK OF
From the Iadln and f tandaM Bnusea, I
Complete. Hrtpe-tfull)r IdtIW Yoa
to Call sod Inspect
Prices and Qualify
bin lb Hand ol a Practical and Expert
Djcd thirl Culler.
EQUAL TO THE BE.JT.
Elaborately Famlibed fnr Tnrkltb, FUut
ad t'lunf balha,
41.43 MONROE STREET.
Tho tv-t Orlcrtrd and Urirt Herd In the ou'.h
All actllnialrd. luitUMl and Ered hf
MYERS & SNEED
Thl Herd haa Wn rarvdilljr aelrelM from th
bri ail k sml liulirr lim In Krlfland. At 11
hn.d iml lira H-oJil. . tolnmbu II, lin
tiriel n l Hue Wlllrin l-ull. nlxl bf us. sod
xnii ol Ihe aran W row In ilila eoiiniry all
iriuif In l '"l Ivlimre llrnilili a. lnliiBibuaj
Mtliulae. Mlilera. lrrij.a aud Oraal Adulpb.
W'ennw nrTr lot al" arrrral Itn fount bull
raltnaud hrlli r limn four lo larlte tnonild ulik
Al-o. anna line hrili r. ilii 19 nli auuu. Ai
loo4rold licll.r. gli lu mlik.
rrrrtliln sold iiarsnlnd pur Itnodanda
rrrvuiaeii'lad. Call ami lu-st lor foiirarWa.
MVEIIS 1 SNEKD,
3IO SECOND ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
CORRUGATED IRON 8IDIN3
AND iriON rvOOFINCr.
flra. Wla.l. Tralaraa4 Mai.tiil.if ravOOr,
lnii.l all k lixla al balilaa r srhas aaa)
auialr al ku'lorr ratal aail a ar adseaM
MBMPHII METAL WOOD MP-O CO
Has. j and M Main n aad V A B MtULcarraai
MratVfll. IKalN. ,
ndUrai (ar lena las, aad Oeails OaK
JaaliaJ Iroa lotmqa. Tia aaai aad aa.
Matt Stewart & Co.
CUTLERY, MB0I1A1:C3 TCOL3
Garden Implsmanta, Soraan Dor
and Wlnow. I
trr nrsT i.aw.1 muwer i THt cnrp
330 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
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