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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 8, 18SG.
FOR AD ABOIT ffOJEJ
"WHAT THEY ARE DOING
The Suffrage Question Still a Barn
log One Young Girls Pre
paring for a Career.
NisHviLLK I'liicm: Mr. Watterjon
went down to the csal and iron re
gions in En el a ml and saw wo me
naked from tne wa'st up trudging; bar
rows at m cents a day.
Mks. Becket. widow of the well
known cornelian Henry Becker,
said to be succrs ful in literaryfini
suits. Iwo of ntr i:ay8 hava b:e
accejited by New York msnegerp, an
she makes a good income by story
Miss Alice B. Fosteh, of Maiden
Mass , a graduate of Dr. fcargent
school in Cambric'ge,bas been engaged
by the W omen a luduttual and .dU'
cational Union of Uutlalo to assume
charge of their new gymnasium
Dr. Mary WniTE. a sister of Miss
Narcisfa Whi e, lately graduated with
honor st the Woman 8 Medtcai tot
If va in Ba'timcre, where she received
the prizs in surgery. She hes studied
medicine to fit herself for miss onary
work in India, whither she goes in tb
tail to take charge of a hospital.
Louise Phillips, in the Milwauke9
Tdearaph, comments severely upon
the late riots, and rays that she has
never wanted to vota, but snar. uo so
if those noters are not disfranchised
(She says she is willing to have crimp
nats stand upon toe eame plane wit
her, but not to have them stand abov
The Chicago Sunday Timet lately
devoted one ol its broad pages to a
enumeration of the various philan
thropic associations, li'er.ry clubi.
etc., carried on by tne women of (Jh
CJgo. and a btit-f description of the
work done by these societies. It is
wonderful summary, and a powerful
argument (or woman sunrage.
Men of probity deplore the inn
ence of the ealoon in politics, and de
-sire to have it supsrseded by temper
aoce, honesty, and purity. Yes they
will not favor the sureu; means
bringing the change about. Giving to
women the rent lo vole introduces
'moral element which politicians wil
yet acknowledge, even if as a dernier
After a hundred years of so called
"protection ot women by men in
Massachusetts, seduction has at la
been made a crime, punishable by fine
or imprisonment, or both. The bill
was reported by the Senate Judiciary
Comm.ttee in deference to an over
whelming expression of public opinion
largely due to the friends of woman
Tas Rsv. J. 8 Barrows, of the Oiri
tian Ibgwter, sent a capita-, reminder to
'the Dorchester metticg lor women'
suffrage, last Monday. After faying
"Since 1 spoke tw ee on the subject
last week, I need bardiy tell you that
1 U" V)ughiy bel.eve in woman But
frsf .' ' It is the logical necessity of
en' mg woman's sphere to the full
sc i of ber capacity.
' ao clever Buffalo girls of good so
cial position have lately set an exam
pie which should win them the com
mendation of sensible people. Instead
of adding themselves ts the surplus of
Bchool teachers, or trying to earn
money on the sly by doing art em
broidery, thiy have hid the courage
ani common sense to open a dress
There are at present five ladies en
rolled as members of the law depart
ment of Michigan University. Two
' of them will graduate th e summer,
hiving successfully completed the pre'
scr bed course. At the class election
their "brothers-in law" honored the
ladies and themselves by placing both
ladies upon the list of class officers-
one being chosen poet and the other
secretary oi the class ol 1880.
mme. uoucicact, widow ot the pro
prietor ot the dry goods emporium
km niarche, woo Has contributed
150,OX) francs for t r e proposed Pas
teur lntt.tnte, has long been known
for her charity. She has endowed
. schoila in her native town of Gergy
and founded a home for o'd people at
- Chatillon. In recognition of her
philanthropic activity, the Societe
..Nationals d Kncauragement au Bien
has conferred on her the "Civic
College degrees are just now being
given ause ti men aou women with'
out any public outcry agaiDst the fair
sex, or even a hint that they aie ' out
of their sphere," or "usurping the
rights," of the oiher sex. So much is
gained. But th si young women, who
in tne world ot le tern hold is. A-. and
M. A., and evuu LL D.. are under the
law hald as the tqmli of lunatics and
idiots, 8 ml of mule felons in prison
Such men and women ars alike denied
the tight to vole.
Miss Alkoua EaoLEsrof, daughter
of the novelis Eilwa d Kgnleston, has
reiurueu wnn ner Miner irom a tbir
ten months' st y in Europe. In ad
anion to so mo manognoy caiving
illustrating tun deUti of Ly'cidas, she
brings a largo number rl pen and ink
sketches illuttrntivj of Uie spirit of
inner s wo u engravings, Kke pro-
post..' ti appiy ij.imr s luetiiod to pn
and ink illustrations of scenes from
life and from ho ks, wh ch can then
be reproduced in Jacjimile by photo
The woman who can abide Dr. Dex
er b inaimin'ions and outspoken
words, week oftr tweek, ega nst her
cipaouny ti ui tmguistiicg between
right and wroru, and his constant op
posttnn ot nir nnht to vote, even in
church measeir s, must be as much of
a curirgry as the edit v of the Conor
gatitmaliiit hitn-clf. He well illustrates
what f readmit Barnard, of Columbia,
declare "ihe almost unconquerable
tendency of the hu nan Kind to cling
to tne conviction mat tne tiling which
long has bzen, ought to to."
Miss Ajiby E. Davis, a young but
wide awake toucher in rne of the
schools of Warner, N H., was stirtled
few days s;ncs br falling .ashes and
sparks from the wall above, where the
stove pipe entered ike chimney. With
great pr-n"iioe cf mind she uad the
hooks and other inovatih s cirri ed out,
nd then, n ouniirg Ike wood pile in
the hall, aoc?niied t the locality of
the fire, which was making rapid
headway. She wll-d on the children
to brin wa'er, a id tearing away the
plastering with l.er hinils, exiin
guibod the flames and saved the
Tub Rev. K. F. Jewell, of Ricins
CoHrg, prepared a fuliand able argu
ment in favor of 1-tiing women vots
in parish moo'in. which was pun
li bed just b'-fo-o the recent annual
nuvt'Dg of the Ep ecopal Diicfgq of
Chicago. It is cur ous to see how pre
cisely the same ftr.nrrjpnt3 are ued
gainst womai puflfn ge in pari ih
. etings a ng iinrt woman suffrage in
KcrAl j and they cer'ainly apply as ,
we'l in on case aa in the other. Mr.
Jewell's regie in replying to tbem is
unanswerable, and sooner or later the
diocese will have to come aiound to
It is significant to hear young girls
frequently asked what they are going
to do for a career, as boys are accus
tomed tobequestioned. The daughters
of those opposed to equal suffrage are
studying to appear in public as readers
orsirgers.or to practice f ome rofession
as fieely as the children of thess
who advocate the injustice of the pres
ent law j. Lady remonst ants do not
hf sitate to engage in public affairs
Old South pieservat'oa funds, re
formatory institution, charitable as
socia'ions, Sunday and secular school
organizations ali agencies working
for good and the ultima j tquality ot
Wellesley College has jiut re
ceived . an endoffmect from Prof.
Horjfir', so wiss and munificent as
todeaeivethe thanks of every friend
of the higher education of women. It
will create not only one of the world's
grest librariep, bnt e woman's litetary,
scientific and artistic center. The
Wellesley library will not only be a
means of research, but tbe professors
and meritorious students of the col
lege will shsra the bounty. It places
a peipstuil premium on good work
done iKtn by the faculty and the
undergraduates. Wellesley will here
aftar have no difficulty in securing the
best women teachers that the country
can afford, and will doubt'e;s be able
to perpetuate ia presidency from
among its own graduates.
Within the past two monthB Duke
Char'es Theodore of Bavaria, assisted
by h;s wife, has treated more than
lOOOeye patierts, and p?rformed i:)2
surgical operations. Tne Duk9 is a
grandson of Maximilian I., King cf
lUvnria, and a cousin of Maxinn ian
II , father of tbe unfortunate monarch
who has just committed su'eide; and
the duchess, who ably assists him in
his successful medical and surgical
ptait ce, is an infan'a of Portugal, the
Princess Marie Joeephe Beatrix Jeanne
Eulalie Isopotdine Adelaide E izabeth
Caioline Michaels Raphaele Gabrielle
Francois d'Ass'ss et de Paule Inez
Sophs Joachime Tberese Benedicite
Bernadine. It is not compul-ory npen
her patients to address her by ber full
The denial to women of equil pro
tection by law, growing out of their
disfranch'sement, has juBt h8d a new
and startling illustration in Oh'o. A
polios judge in Toledo, Ohio, named
Kennedy, has decided that no bomst
woman has any occasion to be out
aloDe in the streets of Irs city as late
as 10:30 o'clcck in tbe evening,
and that if a woman is ineulted in the
street at that time or aft' r, no one is
responsible for it but herself. It is an
invitation to brutes to insult every
wo'.Toan they come across alter dark.
This is not the age or the country for
judges of this eort. 'There are twenty
four hours in the legal rs well as in
the sidereal day in'the tin td Ststes,
irrespective of sex," says the New
Mrs. S. C. Elliott of Lincoln, Neb ,
who was the efficient commiBS:oner of
woman's work at the World's Exposi
tion of 1884-85 st New Orlears, has
been chosen pres'dent of the Women's
Christ'an Association of Lincoln, a
new organization in that flour.shing
State. In her opening addre-s, antici
pating the form of woik o' tne associa
tion, she says: "It is pi opesed to es
tablish evening schools where com
mercial arithmetic, stenography,
wiiiing, plain sewingaad dress meking
maybe taught. E-e long a self sus
taining school of domtsuc economy
conld be established as an oo'growih
of this association, and tbe Utopian
dream of competent, trained servant
girls be materialized from tbe unedu
cated, foreign element upon whom we
SECURED HIS FRANCHISE.
TerkeH'8 Mnnlpulntfon of the Chi
cago City Council.
Chicago, III., July 7. At a stormy
session ot tne Vit? Uouncil, which did
not adjourn nntil nearly 1 o clock this
morning, an ordinance was passed
granting the JNor.h Chicago Street
Railway Company the use tf LaSalle
street tunnel. Tne consideration de
manded for this va'uablo franchise is
the payment of 120,010 rent annually,
The company is aUo required to pave
'.he tunnel and invuish it for the ac
commodation of the city and ordinary
trattic. roe expense of paving and
lighting, however, will be deducted
from toe annual re ma I. The jiresi
dent of the company is C. T. Yorkes,
and the capital is furnished, it is
claimed, by a Phi'adelphia syndi
cate, oi which Mr. lcrkes is
the head. The proposed granting
o; tbe u-:e of the LaSaile street tunnel
had been the subject of constant
comment siuco the Council recently
gave the same company the right to
adont the cable system on certain
8 reels. The papers have not hesi-
tnted to assert that the inllueccs of
several Coimcilnien had been pur
cba?ed by the syndicate, a-id that tbe
franchise would' eventually be sold at
a ridiculou sly low figure. The terms
of the ordinance passed toa ght are
regarded es very favorable to the coni'
Scott's I iiiiilUon of I'nre
Cod Liver Oil, with hyp- phosphitfs,
almost a spKcilic for consuiui)t;oa.
The thocsaadsof tf etimonia's we have
re.eived Irom sufferers who have been
permanently cured b; Hco't's Emulsion
satis(ie3 us that it will enre consump
tion in its early stages, and aileviata if
cot cure in its latter ai-tgos.
A Vtnay IMilIrtBihroplnt.
New You. July 7. Louis Sonner.
man of 40 years, who loi.ked like a
miner, was arraigned ir .court vester-
day.as biinr-iDsane. Ee was found
by detectiie la'e the previous even-
ng distributing money to a crowd of
berple. The detective r.-covered a
1200 gold wat::b nnd $177 in cash and
locked the rrozir nhitanlh-ODist iid.
S-nner came from Falls City, Neb.
Hows sent to the caro cf ttie city
To githrr near J om Ocean's vases
Ih'v.trs go down ic divers places;
But at our mouths oi btrea unand bays
No pi iirls do Asian ewimm rs r se
Likethosein beautv's month thaift'iinf
Mdeby tbeKozoDoNT diviue.
Rlrh Coal nine In Mlniuarl.
ALhMiv, Mo Ju y 7. Considerable
excitement mava la over the i. i,coverr
of coal a' Geutrjville, a sm.di town in
tne southern part of this county a
ein of twentv-nix inches cf h inorinr
quality at a depth of 476 feet. A shaft
will bs sunk irnrnndinteiv and o ner
towns in the county are a ready pre
paring to uncover hidden frtasure.
rBBFAfz rta SUrSC
Foundations, cellar'nlis-ami 'bnlld.
ngsinbject to overflow ntionld b bob-
strncted with Lcalrrili j Ci.ii tsC Ii Im
SuberJbe!or the "Appeal."
A MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY.
MURDER AND SUICIDE IN' A NEW
Lot Shot by His Father, Who
Completes HU Work by Kill
New York, July 7. John Werner,
a tall, bald headed man, with a frinie
of gray hair showing under bis hat
and a black moustache tirg-d with
gray, hired a hall bedroom cn the
fourth floor of the flat 192 West Tenth
street about two months ego. He was
accompanied by a bov ot 14, a iikely
young fellow, whom he introduced as
his son Joseph. The landlord did not
inquire int his business or sntece
debt", and as the new lodger attendtd
to his own binimss and relrained
from meddling with the atlaira of
others, he went his way day by day
unobserved and undisturbsd by his
fellow tenants. Beyond the casual ob
ssrvations tbat he was a Canadian, no
one knew much about him. He came
and went at regular hours, and at
night he ami the boy always slept to
gether in tbe house. Early this morn
pistol shots were beard
coming from the room occupied bv
the Warners. These aroused the next
door lodger, and the landlord and they
tried the door. It was locked and no
answer came to their knocking. They
then broke the lock and looked in.
Tbe elderly lodger lay on the lloor
partly dressed, with a big pis'ol in h's
t 1 mi 1.1 l ii.. .
nauu. xuere was uinuu uu ine carpel.
xne ponce were not1 tied and an am
bnlance summoned. They rs ached
the spot together. Mr. Warner had
his trousers on, and bad evidently
gone about his
with deliberation. On tbe window
sill stood a small looking glass, beside
three or four pistol cartridges. He
had 'apparently used the glass in fix
ing bis aim so that the bullet should
not fail to kill him aftsr he had taken
his son's life. Tbe bov lay in bod in
bis night shirt with his head on bis
right arm, as he had slept, shot
through the left temple. He breathed,
but wss senseless. It was clear that
the father bad shot him sleeping. The
father, ef er shooting his Bon, turned
the weapon to bis own head, sent the
i econd bu'let through his own btain
and dropped dead. There was noth
ing in the room to furniBh any clew to
the my6t9ry of the double crime.
PRICE OF PROHIBITION.
CAN T1IE PEOPLE AFFORD TO IN'
DI LUE IN IT.
Some Fignrp From a Correspond
ent Who HasConnted Ihe Coat
and Thinks We Cannot.
To tbe Editora of tke Appeal :
Can we as a Stale afford to go into pro
hibition under all the surroundings?
I think not, and I think with facts and
figures staring me in the far s. I will
be able to prove it to every observing
mii-d. In tbe tirat place the Comp
troller cays it will coBt to run our State
government for one year $1;057,5W5 58,
The population ef Tennessee in 1H80
was 1,'342,29 souls, and the votihg
population nets 250,424. This popula
tion pay annually the sura for
tippling, $141,533 02; wholesale
dealers, f 11,701 Ufi; making the
sot amount that liquor dealers pay
into the (state Treasury every year
$153,234 77. Now the taxes on real
esta'e pa'd in in one year in 1884,
$228,844 18; now the question natur
ally a-isea in my mind can tbe people
of this State afford to have this amount
of $153,234 77 taken off whisky and
levied on real estate or not;
there is no other property to
levy it on. Let us examine
this matter B' ill n little further. In
IBSiJ the lands t the State were as
sessed ai $2OO,0OJ,0O0, or about that;
then the amount required to run our
Stale government in round numbers is
$1.0(10,000; tbe intersst on ourSiate
debt is $251,069; our school fund is
$150,500 in round nnmbers. These
amounts show to any thinking man
that it takes money to meet our cur
rent expenses. ABk tbe prohibitionist
how be is to meet thes expenses and
he will invariably tell you that he will
do it by lessening our criminal prose
cutions; tbat three-fourths of our
criminal prosecutions are the result of
intemperance; that the criminal,
through heat of passion produced by
iuBueuceof whisky, rnsbec madly on
to rash acts, and thus tbe conse
quenecc. This is eo in some instances,
and always has bten and probably
will a!was be, whether under the in
fluence cf whisky or not. Now the
argument is by prohibiten they will
so lessen the criminal prosecutions as
to BHie lo the KUte the amount of
revenue that would be of neefs
eity requnl by doing away with
the liquor irallic. 'ow let
lis ses. 1 have put myself to tiie
trouble to inquire into this mat' er,
and f;i;d tl.at three fourths o1' our
criminal pro editions are for petit and
gra d iarcen-', nnd almost invariably
negroes, and 1 find that the Ktiia often
has to prosecute both S'des of the
case; in the tiret place, the State d
money piosei utes the negro, a:;d tl e
negro under his pauper lath is fur
nished A l.'.vycr, which makes it
doubly expensive to the Stats, and
the Sra'e rney go into prohibition fif y
turns if it ciiooses end it will n
leBton the criminal prosecutions one
cent, and it is a delusive idea to think
for one raiment of such a tkng.
There is another consideration to take
in this math r of prohibition, and that
is, hava wec ngnt to go into i ohibi
tion after grafting to BtiLois txd
brewers the right to erect coatly prep
arations for Lueir avocations and let
them tun for a. short time, and then
turn right around and say to tbe same
parties that are regularly licensed, we
will now st p you irom ninnii irnna
ycu shall not even sell what you have
in bond, whboui remuneration lor his
Jo'S'-b on botri pmp rty and bonded
wuskyY it wouwioq, to say mite y
least of it. bei ea.ii Win durmtv of auv
S ate to do sucn a itnr g w.tti its tuh
BCta,and nocourioi justics would Uo it
n the b ate of Kansas. After she had
passed Jier prohibitory law by her
S.a'.e Legislature the tried to (tt rid
of paying the shrinkage on ber dis
tillers and brewer', and the famous
case cf a suit brought by a brewer
agrficst the S.a'e for the sbiinkage in
the value of his property, and the de
cision given by Judge Bright, 1 thir k
his nme was, of the Suprrui" Bomb,
ought to say to Tennessee : You can
not prohibit without paying all
shrinkegrt in the value cf property
you de-tioy. In view of this fact, I
want t ask onre more: Are we able
to go into prohibit! n? Are wa able
to pay all incoming expenses? The
writ of i bvtion and execution of eame
will cost the State J25,000; the er st f
amending cur Statu constitution will
cost tbe people $75,100 more; the cost
of all the property of tbe State for the
purpose of making whisky and beer,
and the whisky in bond, which be
emus to its owner valueless, will cost
the State millions of money. Ars we
able to go into prohibition legiti
mately? I think not.
B. T. H0KI0N.
The Whole tonnlry Iloixlnl
Ic'ORHlSPOSnKNCl (IP THE APl'E A... J
Macon, Tenn., July ti. The whole
c-unirv, crops end all, had been
flooded by excessive rains for weeks.
Tbe crops were deeply in the grass,
and seemed to be hopelessly dam
aged by the wet weather. The face of
the country from Bells to Alamo is
gently undulating, rich and produc
tive. It has been cleared and much
improved since the writer t aveled
ever it nearly fifty years ago. The
people must be grrntttlmireisi I' Duvy
(Jiockstt, as they have embalmed his
immortal name ir. t tint of their coun
ty, and his sad and tragical end, which
occurred in defense of tin Alamo of
Texus. in the name of their town.
lavy Crockett wes a daring ba;k-
woods hatitwr in Wejtleaoetsees'xty
yiais ago. Many stories have been
told of his grinning coons out of their
hoilcws, and that the oMsh: and
bravest among them wculd stirrnder
at once when i hey wtre assured thst
Crockett was about to (irin. But this
writer dors not indorse the truth of
tbem. Ho was tbo first polit
cian the writer ever heard o
When he was n boy having
been reared in WeBt lennessee lie
well remembers the name of Crockett
as a household word. Some of the
preachers espoused his cause with
greit z nl. Among them was the Ksv,
ltoland Cook, an oldside Unpt:it, who
wou'd talk for Crockttt during the
week, and on Sundav, in hissermo i,
inst ead of s tying "Nathan said unto
David," a?, no doubt, he intended to
lay, it came cu', "Nathan said unto
Crockett." Treacher had be'.tsr let
polit'os alone, for, as the Frenchman
said: "We can't talk politics without
lying," and tbo preacher must not lie.
Many years after these tirais, the
writer was acquainted with a Eon of
Col. Davy Crockett, tbe Hon. J. W.
Crockett, who was gsntleman, a law
yer and a Christian which is the
highest style of man.
We spent several days at Alamo
in pleasant association with re's ives
and friends and, by lequsst, one night
we gave tbem the best sermon we had
on hand ; and by day, to a limited ex
tent, mixed with the people, and left
them at the appointed time under fu
vorab'e impress ocs. t. l. uoswell.
Prof.Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
Profnior of Medicine at the Rval Unicertity;
Kmaht of the Hyal A nntrian Order uf the iron
irotrn: Kniokt Commander of the Hounl Soan
uh Uraer of Uatietin; ilmuht of tne
Pruseian Order of the Rrd Engle; CI
of the Legxon of Honor, Arc,, rc, say:
" l.lt.lMU CO.'NCWCA liEEP TONIC
should not be confounded wnta the horde
of trashy oare-Bll. It it in no sense ot the
word a patent remedy. I am thoroughly
conversant witn lie mode ot preparation
and know It to be not only a legitimate nhar
niaeoutical product, but also worthy of the
high commendations tt has received in all
1 tarts ot the world It contains essence ot
Ji'of, Coo, Quinine. Iron and Calisaya.
which are dissolved m pure genuine Span
ish linnnrial Crown Hherrv."
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, Ner
vous. Dyspeptic. Bilious, Malarious or af
flicted with woak kidneys, atvware ol
Her M Rjeat t' Favorite Coauietle
Uied by Iter Royal Highnrne the Prineeme of
Walee and the nobility. For the Skin, Com
plexion, bruptions, mapping, noughness.
81 eo. Of druggists.
J.IKR1U rt'O.'SJ tannine Nyrnn ol
Narnavnrllla is guaranteed at the beet
barsaparilla in the market.
fi. V. Iepot, Wl'KBtT WTHEET
WLLBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
fiTT AXTTm T TUTTI
i U1U AMI A
! the (Jrnn1a A rile I Tliesrrat
Lnpvlflrity of Wilbor OmpounU ot Uod
iver Oil And L.ido" had induced noin tin-
priniiitled personn to attempt to palm off a
iimpie Brtioio nl thoir own mtinuiadture;
but F.ny pern on who is nutlorinit tmm touifrm.
Cotds or Comumption. nlh'Uld bo carelul
whfro thy purehiiH thin nrticln. Th re
mits of its use are itw best reroniuinndntionii :
nnd the propriotnr hti Rinple eviilnncon
file r.f its vreat aurconn in ruluionnrj ooin
plainU. The Phonphnte of Lime i ;nriHes a
most, marvdou hmlinK powor, nn oombined
with the pure Cod-UivorMI by Dr. Wilhor.
It in proscribed by the mndiriil faculty. 8t Id
by A. II. WiLium. Chouiit. Boston. nd
II tK HK.ST f KIKNItl
I JR. J. BRADFIE.LD'S Jl
This fninons remedy mont happily meets
thedemandof the age fur unman t peculiar
and multiform nftlictions. It it a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY i and for one hl'KcIAL
CLASS of her dii-enses. Ilia a speeilio fr r
certain dieoased oonditlons of tbo worn a
and proposes to so control the Atonstrual
Function ns to regulate nil the derange
ments and irregularities of Woman'i
Its prnpiettrs claim for it no other medical
property; kni to doubt tbe fact that this
lueoicine duos positively pnises tuch eon
contrcllin aad reguiating powers la simply
to discredit tho voluntary tctirnony ol thou
sands of liing witnesHes who are to-day
eiuttlng in tbe restoration to sound heaitb
is strictly a vegetable eompoonrl, and is the
wo'luot of medical science and hnu'ticK j .-
urioucedirenled toward the benefit of
It it the studied prescriotion of a learned
Physician, whoe specialty was WOMAN,
and whose fame heoaioo enviable and bound
led became ol his woiderlul success in tbe
tre,"mcnt and cure of female complaints.
THE KKUL'LATOH is the UKANUlthl
RlnV. EDV known, and richly deserves its
Woman's Best Friend
Beraasi It controls a class of functions th
various derangement ol winch cause more
111 kt.S lV...n .11 ... . Ll- I
and thus rescues her Irom a long train of
slllietinns which sorely embitter her life and
prematuiely end her existence. On, what
mnltitude f living witnesses can testify to
its charming effects J Wuuix. take taioor
rKM ItN BOOST OP II KILT II
It will relieve you ot nearly all Uie com
plain! peculiar to your in. Kclv uoan it
as your safeguard for health, happiotsi and
bold by all druggists. Fend for onr treat
ise on the Ue.iltb snd I'ai ciness of Womb,
mailed free, which given particulars.
i.Ha UltADHfc .1.' KKi Jl.ATOKCO ,
Mo i .1. Atlar.ia. H.
litr A'" ni'V of
Ni rVt AVIR 80N. our auiuurlud agio
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
S. M. J0KKS, President. I. F. PETERS, Vice-President.
kW. D. F. tSAWKlE, Secretary and Treasurer.
(Nnrrraaor to Felrre A Nawrle,
MAMFACTIREKS OF THE "XAKSOLU 1MUM)'
:tO, .'IS nnd 10 JellcrMon Street.
N. M. JON'KS, JXO. K. SPEKD, I. F. PETERS. OE0. AUN0LD, W. D. F. SAWRIE
oe-Wehave told our entire buinoit to the Fi:TI'.HS A S1WK1F. CO., and ask
for them a coutinuan?o of trade so kindly extended to
PUTH11H t3 HAWIIIB.
SArOLEON HILL, rresidont. W. X. ILKEKS0N, Vlce-l'reuldea
II. J. LYNX, Cashier.
1DOEN A UENERAL FIRE AND flARINK BI'NINEMH.
AQUARTEROFAMILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUR8TENnEIM, WM. I. COLE, JAMES KE1LLY, JOHN LOAGl'I
tj. MANSFIELD. P. K. MYERS, W. D. BEI11KLL.
Of1ice--19 Bf wllson Wtreete JfeiMphlH, Tenn
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & 00.,
336 Second N.rect, Memphis.
A LARUE AND COMPLETE RT0CK OF PUJMHKRS, OA3 ANI) STEAM FITTERS
Materials, Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Load and Stone Pipe, Ous Kiiturea, Ulobet, Kte
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No, 11 Union Street. : : Memphis, Tenia ,
0 1 lsmm&im g
AW AHD PLA9IIia-HItX, HAVT-TAUD.
Doors. Sash, Blinds. Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Odsr Vontn,
IWEJIPHIS, - - TF.WWENNEB.
A. VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. JT8 AND ISO FRONT STREET MEMPHIS
Ho. 36& Front Street Memohln' Tenntunt
hiuTfItaie I cor
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer.:
Front St., Memphln, Teiins.
LL, FONTAINE k CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission crcharch
Wo, HO Ui uiU Wain HL. m. tenuis.
Fuimerl horntoa I Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
rVo, SOG Frtnl Mfreet. : M emirhlw. Tejvr.
(HVCVrJiHiiHH TO NCACIIAH A, II OH TO )
OM Sfand, IVQ Union St., Mompliis.
E. WIT AM
Sole Arents lollowlng
1'IAIVOM". iea JciiraAi.RR4o. n. rcArtx co.
OKOABi'Maewa"''01' "AM IS. ( I.0I1JII A WAKKta, (HI
rtarA NBW 7-OCTAVB PIANO FOR Huo.-m
Writu for OaraWrnw. Mom. 1't anil aaB Kl f (IV It HV.. I -
""""" . .3JT.:LEM
376-378SO-:wa-:.S4H Nccond stroot, south o! Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinglei
MoBldlnv, Lam, Cedar. roalsj ana flekeU.
ti. E. WITT.
F.M.N0HFLEET, Resident Partner.
Klrst-Clait Instruments 1
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1SS6.
Enrollment I.vt Term, 822.
ous. tt ?hlul. nnttiii w.niinnh.m.r .
Ihis rcult i reaehed liy hroiulth and
tlpiroiiiilinn ,( iustrui'tion and llio awaken
inir ot paiitMit, enrnest endeavor. A noir
and citmuintlioui hoarding departuient ha.
jut been chimi.ump.j.
The depnriiurni ..f droits making snd mil
linerv is ndilcl inr ttio tirt time.
In Iho alvmiiH'o i.f the Principal, who is in
Kurc) e f rihe "U'limr, oatnlnauos will bo
furni-lied on i pli. Mtin t.i .Mrs. K. 1 Mor
tun, Ad ims siren. r limy will be 1 jund
at any ,.t the city Ihh.k ttro.
ll'llVlllr. Tell II 1tl tintitharn
Home inr inns. .1 iiul Ihis yeur A non
scturiuii srhonl. litTntii:,.il liy uinn of lib
eral miml in all i'liur'ln4. I nsurpaseii in
Muii, Art anil Lapiruiiiri"'. For C:italiKue
address lK. VV. 1:. Hskii,
-Q EttA LE SEMIXABY
STAl .TOX, V I.
MISS MAKV J. HAI.DWI.S, 1'IUX,
Opent 1st Scpteralier, ISM. Closes Junr, 1SK7.
Unsurpassed luration, buildings, (rounds,
appointments. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advan tares in Music. Lanuuaitcs, Elo
cution, Art, llook-Keepins:, Physical Cul
ture. uotr.1, etc., with full Knitlixh Course,
VtSftO per entire session. For full purtinn
ars aoply lo principal for cataloKue.
ST. LOU IS SEMI NARY
Private Select School of Hlr.h Crndefor
n limited number of VOUNO LA0IC8.
IjflOAtM nt WnotHiinii, In vIaw of Kt. Iiiifn. Thn
ntli-H HiUHiinUni'ttUitf Ihf t'liit'frtn1r'r tt ttn Rl.M
UANT liuMK. Oruittiifml Ih'l. tor yiiimiill nutiitsS
liHV nm tiikfii I'tirly. (Vxirtw of I nl rution ti
Ijtiiitiiiui'itsi: A ui
wry tliornUrili. iH'nl mul InHtriiuinnutl.
Ainl irHWtnu. ittmrii of tiitttnu'tlmr Ktrvim,
tiimuiiari: Aui'liMit it ml BliMiortt. Art: rutukitiu
iltjihtr tm.lioed for tiinlr rt.ietttivHdi,ar(niHntM.
To wH'urw mom atilloniUn inn-t lie uiude aurlf .
For (luliilounim it't'tniMi the J'rtui'hiel,
B. T. BLtWKTT, tL.O., Jannlngs.tO.
KolTe (iraiiniiiir School,
10ft IvfnrNluilI At oimo.
"Ij'AI.LTHKM OPKVSSUPr. 27th. Kan
J1 her ot pupils limited. There are tew
vaeanotes, snd those desiring to enter pupil,
should make early application, eithsr to the
"Advisory Committee," nr to 11. M. ROLFS,
Prlnclptl. l.uke W. Vinlay. Dr. D. I.
rlaiimlers, Uon. K M. Uatumoud, Advisory
Com m lttse,
N" EWENGLAND CONSERVATORY
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass. J
THE LARGEST mil BEST EQUIPPED fnlttf
WORLD lot IiiPtnu-tori. 'MV Hliidi-nl t Trr. Thntw
oiik'i sD-iriiotitin lit VMlaiiil In-truiiM'ttuI Muiir, I'lAtwrinta
OrtiRtiTiinhitf, Flntt Arti,(lrtory, l.lh'rulnrf, Krfftirh. iiof
nttftu nd lUlUrt ltutiatc. Kntllili Hrwtirhi.itjtinnrMtlo,
Co. Tuition, $5 In Mellaril .nil iNMiin Hli Nfciin Hi ttimj
IfWrlnl.lirltt.JtflTirtfrm. fnll Term h-nttn fWpa
irnlT0, ISM for IthtMmU. ('tcmlur, Willi full liifiruinlkoa,
eJJrw, K. TOI'IUKK, lUr., KnmkUii UusloN, Mm
Elmira College, For Women
Designed (or such a limited numhor that stu
dents may enjoy the pleasant associations of
a model Chrt tian home. It has superior
4 llrue Hurera or el ally t also, Kt'lew-
and I'reiiaralury dotmrtments, with
exceptional advantages in MiinIc and A r.
The buiidinr has all mndorn improve
ments, ineludiiiK steam heatma- and a p
serirsr Klvtaloi. Address KKV. A. W.
COWliKS, l).l.. President, h'liuira. N. Y.
HUNTSVILr.K, ALAnAMA. Thirty
seventh sestion lioains Wednesday, Hei
temher 1, lam). A detirahle school fur youT
dauiihtert in all Dopartmi nts ot Female KiU
unatioD. riupplied with new Instrumental
fine Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Charcot
reasonable. For catalog)! and terms, appif
to ABJONK.S,Jl.li LL.P.. President.
BELLEYUE HIGH SCHOOL
BKlrl'OKD I I) , V1RUIKU.
Ihe 81a( Annnal Nrenlnn ena Hea.
lembrr II), IhsiI.
For cataloeue or tpecisl Information, ap
ply to m-lleme p. Va.
W. K. A II HOT, I'rtlirlpHl.
C1ITII., MM'M ANII'Al.atMl IHINIMW
' KIVIwlM-.r ItlMJ al llit Krnwilar
Holy Iri'liulo liialllnlvi, Troy, N. Y.
The oldest engineering school in America.
Next tsmi begins .September l.Mh. The Keg
ister for lHHit onntains a list ol the graduate
for the pant III years, with their petitions;
alto, eourte of study, requirements, ex
penses, eto. Candidates from a distance, or
those living In distant Htatet, by special el
aininationa at their homes, or lit such schoo' "
as thoy may he attending, may determi '
the question ol admission without visit
Troy. For register and lull information JB.r
dress DAVID M. HKKRNK, Dlree1
DIt. I). S. J01INS0
No. 17 JefTorHon H'
(Between Main and Front.)
IKstabliihed in 1
ties interested as by
leitircd hv all n&r.
cetsful physician In thet
or secret diseases. Quio'
fr the toiiHt sue
, permanent cure.
f"." 7.. ie. male or le .mliT
cured in a l -w days 4ti((Ut tht
oury, change of d ,el , ,,jn
neceni cases 01 wor ,).-.. ... ,,,
e use of uier-
hu.Inoss. rlooond.' h ff -U. t veS
tige eradicated wi- .hT.tVl.2 use' f n "eurT
Involunsary loss tf , ,,,,,, in ur'
timo. bull.rers frmn ,u,,oiency o" I,?,,"
sexual i..wors r ,or eto ree vigor in a few
weeks. V.ctin1,f , e-lMis. and excessive
renorr, sutler ng (, spcrniatorrhea and
lossof physl'jal nnd iiicntnl power, spoedily
and ieriiiiiiently ctued. Particular alien.
...... ... in, Aiirasos 01 Vfo
Pii 1 ..1.1 .r.:'-"t
wlthoutthe use of tniilmi, tl.. L.,n. ai!
consultations strictly confidential. 'Medi
cines sout by eipross to all paria of th
1 rtirnd nt hntr M ...... 1
Ollico hours Iroiutt o'clock a.m. to y
D.J JOIINMiN, ,M.).
II 'Fa A I EN TAT 13.
No. 2S.W, it. D --Cha i-ery Court of Klioll.j
'otiiity -C. W. Iliirhorl, administrate!.
vs. i,. ,s. iiond cl nl.
I N pursu iocs of Urn terms of n ilecroo it
1. the shove stilted c .u-c, 1 wiM, ss fipoclal
Commissioner, pr.ee. I to tell, nt pulili,
niiclioii, to tho luthi'-t hinder, lit the suth
west c.rncr o Main und .Madison slrcats, ir.
Memphis, lunn., on
'liK.iliiy, linn ilnr of July, l"n,
the lollowing drsc ihed real estate, in -holhy
county, namclyi Uls Not. 4 ami a 01 tho
Harbor; subdivision, as mmln in tho c iso o(
John Herbert, vs. R A. Hicks et rt. latoly
in;lipg 10 the Sec ond Chancery nurt ol
bliolli ' County, to tthi.'h reference is made.
Lot No. 4 ol said soli livisiou, lrontin s
loot on siuth side of Jackson struct uy VM
loot to an alley
Lot Mo ti of salj subdivision, frcn'.inr Kt
feet on norlh sole of Alsioti uveniie by l o
leet denp to nn alley.
Haid prot e ty will bo sold on the lo'l mrnr
terms, nnine'y: Une half of liie luiobeie
n oncy to be paid n cash and the luluniu 1 a
a credit ol six motit'is Irom tho date ot snlr.
the pnrchaoer tooxecu'o notrs with apnrnvdi
l-U'-ouril ru.-uruy or llie IllllPriCU pS 'llloU t S,
and a lion to bo tot 'lined on the irop.;rt 11 tj
as it tuither se'unty, Ihe notes to draw jh
torust from date.
I reserve tbo ri.lit of makir.g ne bid ol
on each lot o 1
(Sale lo iiomi.itcc.i at Vi o'clncV nco-,
V. W. HvIihKT.
iSi'ec.H I Co-ntu isionor
TJna7rntt rrT A bool! ' 1(" tgs
' ' It oont 11ns lists ef
newspapers and estimates 0 the cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who want tosptrV
one dollar, finds in it the information be res
quires, while lor him who will invest out;
hui drod thousand didlart in advertising, a
schettie iii ndicated which wiil meet hi!
every req iiouient, or oan lie saade to do tl
by slight chanue. easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and fiity-tbree
editions have boon issue!. t?otit, pottpsiii,
to any address ior ten cents. At oy to li Kt!.
P. KH'i;,L 4 Co.. NKWi'AIl A D
VEHTISIM UUKKAI',li pruosst. (PriuU
ne IIoosk Sonnrn . New York
NETHEKLND HI'NKE1U!7, H.F.II.B
Tbisc lebritct llolsteio-Frietian Hull
will be at ltsi JeDerson street lor the nrxl
filteen davs. His sire is at the lienl t Hmitb
A Powell', her.l. anil is rpifttriieil SS ono ol
the belt milk and batter bu iseveri m ored.