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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886.
CRISES 1KD CASUALTIES. J. 4 i "win .mount
I THE EX PRIESTSUERMI
A FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDEST I!C
k T..rhi Finloilon Mnrderg De-
faulting' In k and Biiokkf eper
Three Card Mont.
Pitboit, Mich., October 25 -
: nn tha Tlntroit.
nser " a
i una Miiwauarn rniuu,
listing of a baggage car, two coachei
and a ilefP", ran into an open Bitcn
at Royal 0,k, about e'Rht miles from
kere.latf Saturday niht and collided
with a Lfavily loaded freight train.
x',.i.r AuviiHtus OJull, of tlie pas-
anger train, and his fireman, Thomas
liarrett, j'iniped afier vainly trying to
lio the train. Simultaneous with tire
n.i which ttlFHConed the ban
mm car ar d one fieuht car, the cyl-
USarhBada blew off and tbeliiiwoi
..roninn atpam. G3UDled with tbe
.ioama and irroans of train men bur
ei in the wreck, added terror to the
filahlfal scene. Both engines were
cmD'etelT wrecked. liiBKaRmneri Tbe
John llennessy and Thomas Alexand
er were boriad under the fragments of
. n. Laannoa car MQ T Drilleeu ami
burned, the stove having been emp
tied on their les Alexander a cm
ditinn ia critical. John Bmedley, fir
man f the fa-lirht engine, was
.!... frmn under one of the
broken cylinders, the tteam from
i. i-v. Hi.r.IlT rooked the fl'Bh oil
bis lep". rixLt side and arms. He will
die. Nicholas Lamb, f ngineer of the
freight, was badly cut and soa'dod.
fireman of the pre-
lenger train, who jumped bafore the
orach, rolled down the embankment
and were bad y hurt. Knginrer O.lull
having bis sKouldirriHlocatod and be
ing injured internally. Heveial
thers received minor bruiaes. The
ftrflntr ia trim 111). raiU twisted in every
ji,Urinn mil the remnants f.f tbe two
erirines lia in a proiriiarmom heap-
The loss is nr t 1wb than $00,001),
A BUlB'a Crew mlnr Ureal Hard
. . UI.
Wmmru. Mak . Oi-tnber 25. Capt.
ilawa, of the llu'mu liiy Company a
hip Owen, arrived yoatordny over
land from lludion bay. He reports
that on the voyage fiom London to
York Factory, Lite doubling Cape
ni.nrM.lil a hurricane arope which
drove the ship on the rocks, buttering
her sides in. The crew of thir oon and
Tiaf angers, com Hing oi a mlwionary
i,wl hu fumilv and doctor, escaped to
tha .iinrm and niado their way to
YnrU Victor bv boiti. The ere
came overland after endrirlng great
hardships. The idip and cargo ar a
Fac'ory the party mot Col. Gilder in
company with a parly of voyagors en
route for Huilson Hay.
A IVarlul Kanloalon
Rbadim). Pa.. O tnher 25. Infor
motion lim KiHcliul here toJaynf a
fearful accident which took nlaoe in a
lnnnlv wivxllnnd d strict in l'.ast Nant
meal, Chnntor county, (Saturday even
ing. The builor of layer's sawmill
exploded, wrecking the building and
cBi Brlno dm-tiudion in over direc
tum. Ti e loes to the building is
tMiin in ISHiO. Ibe workmen In
tnr1 no- Calvin Bcheet.. ei aided
to foot and badly laiured
internally. He wos thrown a d Bianco
oi 175 feat. Btlufl Z orbe, Btruck and
cut in the titornach, picked up uncon
Boious. These two will die. Throe
than wera danaerouay wounded
besides hilt a den in Bligltfy scalded
B 1114 a !
Tfttn Randolph, Vt., October 25.
Cavius Morse, aged 0 years, son oi
Dana F. Morse, a weuwai)iirni
residing about a mile from this vil
lage, BtrOi k . M. tavlS on ine ireau
with an axe at tbe breakfast tb!e this
morning, inflicting a wound from
which he U:ea in a do in iwo uuuro.
Young Morse was iotane.
Beat by Tare Card Honle.
Louisvnxa, Ky., October 25. Chas.
Hendfraon, tbe well known apr ing
man,wa arretted here tonight charged
irh inuirrv Mnnaon tieuen. i-ihi-
er, near Shelby ville, Ky.. out of 1400
at fhrA rat il mon o. It is chargad
that Henderson wore a diegnife at the
tim. He was ept'ea iouikui Dy i-u
coufitrymer, who ueiu-uim up m ru-
drink ia a sa eon and eccused him of
t.a .-in,ll Tha nnlics canturtd the
whole party, llenaeisoa oblkh uib
IX JAIL, CIURHEI) WITH SEttfJC
INU JULIA MCLTANET.
What the Prisoner Has t say ror
lllinBelf-He Will Continue ti
Lite W ith His Wife.
THE COCAINE 1I1BIT.
Worat Slavery KoB-J
Revelations of Power.
Ttaitlan to Death With a Club.
Bi. Loon, Mo , Oc;ol)er 25.-Last
night at 8 o'clock William Bmith,
iii livnrv wanon. imtantly
killed En il Kaltmeyer, at the latter
home at 2000 l'a m tt'eet. The two
men bad quairsle l iu a down town
Balooa, but thBy were prevenieu iroiu
eomlng to blows, and Kaltmeyer im
mediately went home. He was fol
lowed ttillbor by Smith, who called
him out of doors, and upon IiIh ap
pearance bi'gan to ho it h"'B without
warning with a heavy club. The first
nlnw knocked Kaltuiover Bousolrsa,
bnthmlthwai mt eatiafied with this
and continued his brutal work until
his victim wb a corpsa. The mur
derer was arrested.
Ara Old' Mail WurrtrreU for III
PAOiric, Mo., October 25 The dead
body of Al xatidor McVuare, SO yenrs
of airfl. ai d woll known in this vwini-
'ty, was found in a ravino nour racflri
vHterdav i h two bullet holes in his
Load a .il lira throat cut frmu ear to
ear. McVicars w.is la t biv n in com
pany with a young nrun rained Wob
Bter Jackan, wlio la anppo-red t h.ivu
committed lh-r murrlerlor the purpoBB
of securing the old man a money.
Jackson csiapd and iBftill at large.
Olivklanu, O , October 25. John
Cettymeyar eud Oliarlxa Fe'sor iiuar
rnlnd in uBa'ooi at Tilli ii. O . Satur
day night. Futa r wr'trt home and re
tired. About 1 o'clock y.s'erday
morning Kefymryer went to F tzar's
houao anil rnppd at his door. Futr. r
opened a window and looked out,
when Kett n-yor shot him iu tho
face, Infl ctinx fatal wounds. Kott
meytrhaB bou arrested.
Fatally Shat by a Twelve Tear Old
Lkbanon, M i., Oc obor 25. Otto
Hillig, a firmer living twelva miles
Imtn tliii citv. was atiot and fa'.aliy
wounded yiaierday aftornoou by
Charles Molott, t"o 12 year old
son of a neighbor. Young Mnlmt was
throwing etonoi at Mr. llillU's two
little daiinh'eis whin their father ap
prcached and Irilrtuned him away.
J ho boy run to his homo, procured a
shotgun, returned and fired tlie
charge ii.t ) Mr. liil'ig's bjdy, fatally
A Jewelry Firm' lloklteirr Nliotl
CmoAoo. III., Oc ober 25. William
Holmgrt en, b n kke-'per for Shonrda,
Btcri'y A Knepor, jowelers on ltiu
dolph and Htat r Btrnets, has been nia
Ing since Tuead ly, and he is believed
to be in Oarail.'. Ho it eltio believed
to be short $10 000 in his accounts,
lie has bettn wuh tha Grin eight years,
ae'ing as cashier uiitil Mr. per be
came a pr. nor in July. Since that
da'.e his b ofes show a de licit of $400.
Nr. Kssper was seen by a reporter to
day, but refu ed to t ilk aboni the at
lair. "Something is wioug and Holm
green U gone, and we do not know
where ho ia," wai all that he would
The Oltl Niory Keloid.
Indianapolis, Ind , October 25 It
wpb learned t-n)ay ti.t II. J. Landers,
the dishorn Bt clo k of Landers, Oivins
& Co., pork pai ke s, had left a number
of creditore up in t-ansactious con
ducUdaBabroker. In there matters
he used tho name oi J. Landers, that
beii g the im i of his uncle, Jackson
LeDdnre, and at lea t onn of iha lorerB.
Chicago hr.mf, belinved that It wn
trading with the uncle. What the
amouut of elortfljto on thin line wi l
Cincinnati Timtt filar: When cocaine
ii oi-iRoverpU uie meun-ni wm
1 "Tliank heaven 1"
Ttut imi-fril an It IB. It IS BIBO uan
gcrous, eapecially whn its use iH yo
verted from the deadening of pain for
surgical operations to the stimulation
arid de tmctioa of the human body.
I firt nfTHiti are Bootntrg ana cap
tivathig, but the thralluom is the
nt ix.rilhla alaverv known to hu-
J. 1.. Steohens. M.I) . of Lebanon,
O , was interviewed by our reporti r
ycB'eru.iy a; tne urana uuirt, uu
,1,-i.ino th convorration the doctor
.i r. "Tho encnino hr.liit la a thousand
tirnis woran lean the morpnino aim
opium habi's, ana you wou u ubb
toniBheit," he baid. "if you knew how
frightfully the bamt ia It-creasing.
lilllL A 1--. nil nV"
v ii ii i. urii liji ram v
"It la the worBt conbt totlon wrt cker
ever kuown. It ruina the liver ana
kidneys in half a year, and when this
work is done, tne B'rongosi c iubihu-
linn pnon anc"uinbs."
"Do vou know of Dr. Underbills
pna lipr ia Cincinnati ?''
"That lending physician who necamo
a viliin of the cojaina habit? Yes.
His cafe was a very sad one, out trie
habit can be cured. 1 havo rescua i
many a mau from a wors condition.'
wiint..vrorfethaa Dr. Underbill's?"
"Indeei), fir, far fo. Justin M. Hall,
A. M., M. D., presldont oi tne bihw
Uoard of Uonlth ol Iowa, and a famed
pratt tiouer, end Alexander in, m.,
1 nrofnmor oi suraerv in tue uoiurn-
lua M dical Oolh'g and president ol
the Academy of Meihcine.aman widoly
known, the Kov. W. V. uiancey, oi
TrxtmnnnollR. llld.. fiom DOrBOIial 6X
porienoti In op, um eating, etc , can toll
you of the kind cf success our form
of treatment wins, and bo cjh 11. O,
Wibori, formerly of Cincinnati, who
is now associated with me."
"Would you mind letting our read
ara into the Beciet of Your niothoilb?"
"Well, young man, yon surely bava
a irond bit nl bb ur.inca 10 aia a man
tn elve his buainets away to the pub
lie: but 1 won't wholly dinappoint
you. 1 have treated over 20,000 pa
ilnnti. In common with many emi-
mnt nhvaicinira. 1. f ir years, made a
close Btudy of the effects of the hablti
on the system nna tne organs wnicn
they most severely attick. Dr. Hall,
Dr. Neil and Mr. Wllnon, whom I have
mentioned, and hundreds of others,
rnuallv expert, randemanysimilar ex
periments tn their own behalf. We
i b found that thess drugs worked
most doBtroctivuly In the k.dneys and
liver; in fac, nnolly destroyed thnm
II wai then ai'p.neut that no cura
oonld.be iffecied. until thoso organs
could be rei bred to health. We re
cently exhausted the entire range ol
medical eclenco, ttporimuutlDg with
all known remedies for these organs,
and as the result oi those close
invo ligations we all substantial
ly agreed, ttiougn lonowii'g uiuoroni
,T t I .1.. II, a mr.ul valiaKIa
I1I1BB Ul IU4UII J, fc,,v n.w m.wu vi.nu.u
BcinntiQo pr-piration was Warner'B
cafe cure. Thia wai the saennd point
in the diecotery. llio third was our
own privute form of treatment, which,
nl coijuh. we do not divulgo to t'.io
public Every cae that we have
trehtedflrbt with Wtrner's aafeenre,
thri with our own private treatment,
and followed up agiu wjth Warnor'B
dale cure for a fow weeks, hes bton
aniveBsfiil. Thesii habit) can't bu
cured without us'ng it, because the
habit is iionrinhtd and Bietilnediu
I'm liver an 1 kidneis The habit can
be kept up in moderation, however, if
frco uai bu iileo mrdo, at lua simo
tirti. of Hint ureal r-mr iiv.
"Yea. it Ib a world famed and justly
celebrated enecillr. Lik'i many other
phyaic'ana, I uied to derido tha cla uiB
made for it, but I know now for a
fact that U Is tho world's grealoit
bU'Biing, having tovernlgn power over
Inthorlo inciHohlu di eaeos of the
kidneys and liver, and when I havH
said that, young ir.aff, I havn BBtd
near'y evoiythmg, lor most d'seisea
orig nnle in, or are epgravated by, a
diprived condition o! 1 lie kidneys.
"People do not realir.9 this, becau'O,
BlnKii'ar as It mr.y seem, the k'dreys
may be In a very advanced stage of
dtcompoHltor:, and yet owing to the
ia :t that tliore are but few nerves of
uenaatlon in them tbe sabjoct will
not experience much paiu therein.
On this account thouBanda of peoplo
ilin ei,'Tv viarof kiducv disease un
knowingly. They have bo ea led dis
or.'eta ol tho hoil, of tho heart and
lun!B nnd a'oma h, a-id Iroat thorn In
vaio, f or the red cau,e i f their misery
is deranged k'dneys, Bnd if they wore
restored to health, the other diaordora
would soon dimppc ar "
Dr. Stephens's experience, thit can
bo to: 11 mod by many thousands
whom he hai treated, adds on'y more
onphadst-i the experieuca of many
hnndte Is and thousands a'.l over tho
world, that tbe remedy he refers to
ih wiltiou. nny uouoi mo moat oeneii
ci' nt ditjovery over givon to hu-inanity.
Nkw Yokk, October 25. The Mar
B'atfB that William J. Sherman, the
Caholic priest ol lirookivn wrro ieu
from grace by marrying m.bs iiuiemi;
Coy, was anosted on Saturday on com
plaint Ol BDOiAOr woman, wu-j uui8-p
him wiib having made love to her.
The warrai t wai isaaed tome t me ago
by JuBt ce W.leh, and detectives have
been watcning lor duohhhu
he left Biooklvn bo Bnuueniy. lueni,
who charges Father Hnerman with ill
conduct is Julia Mu'.vaney. She
c'alms to have been a regular attend
ant at tbe Church of the Visitation,
corner of Verona and R chatds s'reets,
while Father Ktierman emma bu mr.o.
She charg'S that the ex priest ma o
familiar aHvancis wneu mtu .r.
nv,,rh nnon relluicus errandc,
and finally accomplished herrnin.
Mibs Mulvaney is bdooi, -
old, and works as a ssrvani, g.r. ...
Fulton fctrott lamiiy. cr
b-autiful, but has a plump figure and
a plain f use. Miss Mulvaney did not
bring her action until af;er Father
Shorn an btd brought disgrace upon
himself by marrying 1 ilUe Jlotjoy.
ThsarrfBtwaa made by Court Officer
Burns, ol Jnetice Walsh's court, about
8 o'clock yeiteiday bfternoon, at JNo.
968 Atlaat 0 avenue, wiiero
had be n livinR with his wife. Sher
man made no objection toeccotpiiany
lng ihn olIl er.but was Burpilsed when
the wariaut was anuw u .
laki A to tire First Precinct Siation
u.. no tilirai atree'. where he
was nut soon alUr by h i undo, An
diew Joycs, who effeoed to give rail
lor him. juauc-B tiD,i,
had gone, and the prisoner waa losved
ui) in a tell while messengers were
Bout out to find hirn.
Father Htaerman iibb muv an
priestly look and would be taken for a
HiiuWm rather than a clergyman.
He was drweeea in a neauy muin
d irk Bnit and wora a Derby hat. A
dark brown mustache adorns b s up
per lip. To a leporier 01 iuo oir ui
said: . . . . t. ,
I am entirety mnoconi, ui
charge ard will oome 0111 bu nu m.
ia mulioious and without foundation,
and 1b preeeed now becauco 1 am m
bad odor. My uncle will g J my
and I will bring a good defease to the
chaw" , A , . . Tt.
"Are you going to oucumo a jj.ih-
tiBl?" . . .... , . ,
' No, I am not. 1 Btiu reguru i iv x
am a Catholic I have simply violated
my vows as to canoacy. 1, ; ww"-.
cannot become a priest again, but 1
will not be a minister 01 airy nu
denomination. When 1 gM opiui
this troub e I will go lot some private
business iiAd earn aa honed living.
I did not think tuerewr a r.n
out for me I have been in Brooklyn
fur Blx wenks and have been upon the
street) every day. I have not tried to
avoid anyone. I don't tea why I wbb
not arrested before. It is all a part of
the fight that is being made against
me to keep me down. I believe 1
have been fought more than any man
in this country." .
"The Kev. Dr. Fullon says be prayed
foryou, and you weut to mm anu
asked him to take you in hand lhat
you wanted to be a Baptist; is tbBt
"I won't say anything about thr.t.
Tbe newspapers print too many things
tbat are not so."
"Didn't you go to B.e Dr. Fulton?'
"I havea't any;h'og to say about
"When asked about Mits Muivaney
Sherman said: "I fcarcely knew uw
girl. I never saw her dm iwo or
three tim s, and that wm at the house
of a friend in Sack.tt sneer.
"Didu t she belong 10 your cuuruu 1
"No, she did not."
"You are living with your wile now,
are vou not?
of naturo bave shaken up the entire
Bouth Atlantic, iaat).iand, buildings and
people.- h. ' '
The c'xcitem(it caused by these dis
turbaricc, and )ljo knxiety'and terror
occanioned. by lim, Vna orolific source
Of aeeii dtmumf afc(7anw, rfcspotv,
dency and si(.V,El)OsUr by day and
nigllt, lacl of wfTjqfcrit food, with little
rest, undermbiieil.thQ gcniy al health of
thousands "who bowiraejtkc prey to
..' '(i .
.', . i
While eympatWrJng country were
pouring in tliflPahda of dollars for the
relief of immediate suflcrinj,', tho de
mands upon the general ywernment for
shelter for the expow.nl populace was in
adequately met. and thenii k and ufllicted
turned with one accord to their never
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Involunriury Iobs of kemen stopped in fhort a
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Wroabi--i. lulloy. W e carry in stock over
lundred Assortea unci.
Bend for Catalogne and Price-list.
uLLUuL(x BviUpil L
SLEDGE BBOS of Com". MIsb. F. M. N0BFLEET, Kealdeat Partier,
K01. 888 and 358 Front Street KeippMa Ttni.
Ms:H Mill miM
(8CCCESSOBS TO HEAOHAH HOBTOBD
Old StawflB No. 0 Union St.. Memphis.
aAPOlEON HILL! President. W.N.WlLXEKSOfl.TlcWMiMEfc .
It. r. Jiiniif vtumwis , '
m m ii! 1
f Ft iiv ara
BOSS A fiKSEBAL FIBS AHB HABIHX rnri. y
AQUASTEROFAMILLlOfi'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. COLI , JAMES KKIUiT, gown uvmwm
. . - m .
OIHeelv Blail I sa-i street, uerapuw, enn
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seiworthy Vessels c
Ginhouse. baCKS Turnisnea xo rejuiiitiio vai
124 nnd 120 POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS-
. T. W. TLY.
Late ol Commerce, Miss.
F. B. HEREON.
Late of Broks, Heely C.
J. F. 1I0LST & into.
(bucchbbors tu u. h. bolbt a bbo.
PLY. HEBRON 'ft HOi
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchanti?
324 Front Street mnMs Taw.
your request, wunl
Cure. 'Hie iiriyate
I h), and tho gooi
"Do yon int 'nd 1 1 remain wtUi lier ?'
"Yts, I'll Blick to her if 1 do .'t do
anytU ne else. Why Blioaldu'i 1?"
When Miis Muivany lir t made
nnimilaint furdiist Fatliar Sncraian
aha c'Bimed tnat bIih u ed to go to see
biin often tit his rtqmwt nt t" house
where ihw prioslB livi-d. Ouo day
while Bha w.s tliore, eliB sayp, the
priHflt put "P h'8 hands over her head
and innmh ed ever a lot cf Latin
iihrneeB which she did notundorB'and,
andUiori said: "rimre; now we nro
marrinl." Huo thi-nafter balicVdd
that alio was Hie prii'at's wi'o. Sii
now ha a idii'd. Whi-n his marriage
with Tillio Md'oy wns a-irouuned alio
r..l,.,l her n.iHition. and at I'liC)
bt'in tin ai'.tio.r tr 0 iinpul hr priest- nrly I have had V:,i.4ph1i,i
qiliipii i" nii'i'i i "--.
lor more than Blteon years, had teen fore- I f., ,f s V;,:.- "S .... A '(' .rffv
man of my office, lnd-ed m. to teat it n - !zJ :.,,rvlTi
mytBuiils. The result" have been entirely W.iiif(ril-'-fl.i'-r 'f -
SHirsiaouiry. "'.- "
irs' stiinarna. in wmru ' o'
own reuioily no oeau inJ wrio "V"!"'
rury roiiei tae cnin. i"'mm
1 ...ffllntg iiiflrnafla snverity.
Your cure broke them a' onoe, anil there has
been no roonrrenoe of them fur more than
six months. The other ftwe wni ot a milder
form, and yleUed more rendily to other
rnniAlios: but the chilli- wnuld return at In
torvals until your medic ne wns used, since
which time now aevoral months, thoy have
erriroly disnieareu. miu iuauiinu-
Cure is a
mi all you
promise. or it. B'-'i ALDEMAN.
ARTIIUH PKTPR 00., Agents, houis
CX. Metallic i
Orilert by t.lorapli jiromntly
Tha Locomotive Kuitlndrra.
Nbw Yohk, Outiber 25. At the
National Couvfiition o( the Brjther-
hojtl of Locomotive Kojtiaeera today
diBcnaiion of means for reducing
the aasFFain- nt ol tha a-iociation waB
natriod on, they diaoovorlnn a neneral
be lef that th hem tl 8 were too larRi.
Now a hr thfr 1 iBinut a limb, or arm.
or hfiirinir, or eye retoived fcSOOO, and
in rasn of death li s representative
(jets that amount The anosBmenta
have agurepTited in the pa t year 60
per rent., and tho mon say thia iB
mnre than they can Btand. The foo
vbi ti in grits on an excursion to New
Nmnllpox al llelrolt,
Detroit, Micu., Oiiobor 24. Three
days ano Mm. Ouo rs Oiti, olJaaa
etieet, pave hi'th to a child. She wai
taken witlr some diHeiee which hallle 1
hr uhys'iian's iki I and the Hoard ol
Heal h wis called in tn iiii;ovi-r it lo
tbe Iih inns' malignant cms of Bmallpox
yet dmlupe I. Bue died t jday,
An , i"iili..l.ln''.AIii'i'l I Kili'. Pr. frlM-lS
Kilracl Valulla. Umou. ,., nvr aellcluiuly.
PmC BUKING PDW0n CO. Orfeaag end St. tateV.
1 1 mv VTTI10S
JL aji a v
ked for patent
en tor's fluiilo.
Anunul Meeting of Siocklioldera.
Orrrra or MmrHis nd CHAar.aHTos")
lUiLaoAi) 10 Wall Btbrkt,
New lrk, Oetuber A, lhBrl.)
NOTI'"B Is hereby given Ikntthe riiil
m-iiluic of the '-lookhiild-irs ol tho
jnnilil. ! 'H-In ttallr al
omimiiy will be hell nt the orhes of the
The transfer bonks of the company will re
main closed from Ootober Uu to November
11th. both inclusive.
The aacnts of the several stations will fur
nish stockholders wuu uoe tioaow 10 ana
from the nieotirn. wtTTA .
U, vv iiiiv.v, a I prwui '
HAVI KtlOVr.O Til
SSOJ fr-ElvND hT., MEMPHIS.
and oomple'-e stork of Wood and
Jures and uufaets, uunn-i-u.-
ktkA Caskoisnod Bnr.al Holies, always 00
St KA!''I IN WKAI.TM. Ua. K. C.
a auaranteed specific for Hysteria, DiJ
ness. Convnlsiou's, Fitr, Noiviu Neural.
f "ESS - ?n USSo" . Wake-
i-.y Mt.,l Il-,.rrtQi,Ml- Hr.'tn'.iinB Of thfl
lirriin. resulting in insanity and lea lag to
misery, decay and death : Premature 1 ir d
Age, barrenness. Loss of Power in either
f." Involuntary bosses and .SV,'?'1'
.,. 1 hi iiTfr-eiertion nt the brain.
self-Bbusorovrrlndulircnoe. Kach oeorj.
,PUU,,nt. II a box, 0
six boxes for 15, sent Lv ma 1 Pl'!'
receipt of I'rioe. We narpijU Six Boxes
to onre any ease. WUh each order rocelveH
. . i- u,... tii t. '.Mil VttP BLa
" 'r:j .K-'n:;rr.M.r our written
gnarante to refund the money
;,.ni h. not efloct a cure. Oqaranteet
sued onlvbv . REHKEKT UO.. lrug-
lst. Memphis. Tenn.
Cotton Factors, fholesale Grocery
foods & Swoope,
Wasons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PEESS,
Steain Enslncaj, Rlatliinery AH WscrIpU.ns,
SECOND ST m.mrxA
.hinaton, l. t). No
for iistent until ohtained. Write
No. 6072 In the Chancery court 01 oneiny
county, inn.-o'"' ... ,c,,nu., ....
ne. etc., vs. W . M. r-need t
It am earing from HU anion rs (worn to in
this caune that tire detemUr t, Hray Boon,
mr,, Biurin ui; uu.:.,ni. o. . i.u...u
are resident ol the btaio ,,f leans and non
residents of he Male ol lenneseeai
It is therefore orde'C'l. Hint they make
their Hinceriinoe ho'Oir. nt the rourtouse
of rJhelhy county. I" eririihu, Tenn., on
or belora the firU Mcnday in Pecenrbor,
1SMB, end plead, answer ,.r dmiiar to coin
pUiimnl's bill, and .mended bil s. or the
game will ha tnhon for rnnie.-Ked s to them
nnd sol lor noiiriiig .'""r Z
of this order be vublrslvd once a week lor
four suceeniive weeks, in the Memphia Ap-
peal. Inis imn uny v,-,um,
ATrMf.m KIT.. Clerk and Master.
IlyT. II. Caldwell, Peputy 0. and M.
F. II. and C. W. lleiskell, boliortors for
comnlBinant. , tuel
r WILBOB'3 COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVE!
OIL AND LIME. ,
Vri Ihesjeniilne Arltrla The arret. I
topulsrity of "Wilbor's Coinpoiind ol Cud
IverOii and Lime" hns iudticed some nn
prinnipled r-ersons lo attempt lo palm of! a
simple article of their own inanuiticturei
hut anv person who is suflerins lrom Coughs.
tNilds or Consumption, should be careful
where they parch, this article. 1 he re
iiilts of Ita use sre its best rorotumendations,
and the proprietor has ample eyl.lenceon
tile of it great success in pulmonary com
plaints. The PboM-hste of Lime possesses a
most marrelous haling iwiwer, as combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. W illmr
It is prosc-ibed by the n-.edicul fanulty. Sold
by A. H. Wu.siis, Chemist, Boston, and
MH M werrfa!sUyeeroninen4
eW"-aaBJwJ5! jomVimtitttMU nmrAf
Ija MM onij brtti. AleaetAtbk.
V..tTu Cicalsal Qa. Hu4a. N. Y.
X Clnclnnatl.kF1 "ll
3V Ohio. JlA SoiabyDniteii.
imZjtFFr frit. l.f.
, k-vJoTlV- r.- '
rl v 're. A victim
of yonthful Impru
dence, causing Premnture Decy. Nervous
liability. Lo.t Manhood, eta. hay.nf , tried
in vain every known remedy. hs i'vered
a simple soll.cure, which he willsend r ttr.n
ol hi. ..How sufferers. Ad-AS0N,
Pst Offioa Box 3173. New York tMty. .
i mil ta.iiiiiliiiirtiiii'H"-"-.""''
Koch's Pat. Store
NIIKl.VISU IsadjirstaWe to meet any need
i ... i, i. Ah.Hier tl-nn old stvle. Can
be put up 'by any one. I'lu-qnitinl lor
lViiilry ol Hiio il'i-lv. Address
Iil II A. I. '.. lMf riM
aai maiT. nt., i'mhu, ii i-.o'.
si..i,ii,m grlwr-,i.,-tt. Lonis.Mo.
Electric Bolt Free
TO introduce It and obtain agents w. wll
lor the noxt sixty duys n. away, rr
of oharg., in each eonntj in the L. b. a lim
ited number ol onr Wnnati Klelr al
ulc ampeaiMirji H.-Ha. Price IS: a
positive and untailing cure for Nervous Vr
bilitr, Var.cocl., Bmuicns, ImncUncy,
.to. r D.OO lUwari raid if every Bait ws
..i.l,im rioas a .it gs:,.rar a ctnnins
l.ntrlc earrant. AiJ'ess at OBCt
tRIO Bk'Lr A(JkCY. P. 0. B'
iirooklyn, N . I.
Plantation of A. La & Co. on Island 34
for division o' an estate. It contains abon
2f,tHl acres of rich bottom landi about , m
aires in cultivation I several hundred aores
above any overflow. Can be made ont
of the finest stock larms, completely sur
rounded by water, which prevents the es
cape of stock. Also, about 150 Head ol Cattle,
which are in fine oondition, includmg seve
ral r-hort-horn Durham Bulls. Cows and
or W.A.OAUK A CO., .
No. SiiO Kn-nt streeU MemphisTenn
Tha OrlB-ll and Only GBnls.
(Safe and alway. Reliable. Beware $t
1. "Imitations. Indisiwnsableto l.sH'is'-.
. your Hrumflr.1 lor " llnlM 'e
Knulr "and take no other, or inolose 4e
(stamps) to us for particulars is WW"
rrlura msll. N ' rAPi-st. alsl
rhesierl liinlral C.,
IMIH KSnillxin aqnnre, Phllarta., rn,
a IMA UK supplied by UEO. CUOOUWIB
Whulcaaletceat. Btrtta'aMaat ,
A.W ABB PUBIIO-lOU, ATT.IaVKI.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Luinbcy
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceilins md Cedar Posti m
AND TRUST COMPANY.
NAPOLEON Hat. MICHAEL 0AVTN",
Urn HKNKKHT, SOL COLKM AN,
iil.r .... . .Tandunwardraad Interest allowed on .a-. Bernl-
J. Q. HANDWKRKBIU
DAVID P. HADUKN,
JAMES A. OMBKIttt.
HWD. 00LDSMITU.J .
mw W issue dram, in rami to sun pnrcna-T, v -; -i,,.hii whinh Is
S-We hav.aeominodious Vault for th. deposit ol valuables, whiob la
issu. drafU, I., inmsto suit purchasers, on.. JV'K'T,. ,t th, ltTyot el
... .n.lnmaM . 1'riMI tmW I llurM.
D. P. UADDEN, PreslnonU EWD. fiOLOSMITH,
JAMES JIATUAN, Caf-Mer.