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Irish llome Rule Picnic
To Raise Fundi for Aid of
Parliamentary Election Expense Fund
AT EST1VAL EARK.
WEDNESDAY, JULY H,1886.
Arimts'lon. 50 Crntm.
Q COWS-Owner can bavs lame by proving
rroperiv a.i jp..uk v-u. ....
"NE WHITE COW and Yearling CALF.
W Owner can nave same dv r
eriy and payina eh'"'f,-I,
K0O.US AND BOARD.
DESIRABLB ROpMS-Nieely Jurnih.d,
with hoard, at 49 Market street.
-r-nsMB-With or without board: term.
-..nahl. 140 bl
ROOMS AND BOARD-Desirable room.
and i.oard at 72 Madison .treet.
OOM AND BOARD One well furnished
front room with board. Transientand
2DELIQHTlHi lurnienea rooms, w.iu t
without board, south front. 114 Court st.
ROOMS-One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larg' dressing-rcom, and Uhers a gooi a
can be found in the city. vmQ
ST. JAMES HOUSK-Cor.6eoond and Ad
ams eta. Room and board 5per week.
Dty board t3 50 per woek. .
00M Furnished room, with or witnoui
iri.i. r.nmAnr naver v:rie.. A marve
purity, stren.th and wholesomeness. It
economical than the ordinari kinds, i
cannot be sold in competition wi'Ji
A marvel ol
cannot be .old in '.;! ;
lultuaao oi iow iv. u --
.bospnaje powaers. oo. V K-Vi.v
board, at lltf Court street.
i v maui? mi i.k rrnm u. r. Dmiiu
JJ Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
hm.t eiiht vears old. fifteen hand, high;
mane recently trimmed. Bring to Jr. A
5 NICE Rooms, fnrniahed or UTifarnishoJ.
with or h.mrd. at 137 Madison t.
TWO large nnfurnithod room., with or
without board, at 61) Madison itroet, oor
-No. 44 Bealo itreet.
CO EXCHANGE 8TKKKI Between oec-
J it end and i hira, new resilience! '""'
aion given August 1st. p "U2 Kx
ohange street, or T. J. BARCHl o.
at B. Lowenstejj&JSrWJejale
ROOMS-Three large front room.
nUhed, cool, ana convenient to
ness. Apply at iim union iimin
C10TTAGES No. 54 Fourth and 148 ax
J ohange street, 6 and 4 rooms.
A. CORDES. 17 Talbot street.
Violins, all styles and prices.
B PUCK'S. 389 Main street
OA Q LAUDERDALE ST. i ix roo:
OrfcO garden and cistern.
Catholic Orphan Asylum. Henry avenue.
Mrs- White house, head of Front meet,
11 Jessamine, near Lauderdale.
277 Poplar street.
Barney Armstrong' place. Fort Piokering, 4
2'U Main street. Hall, oyer Floyd .
275 Poplar street, near High.
Cottages at Bond Sta.,L. AN. R.R.,Or,ill'.
Cottages ai uoiuerviue, ibuu. .
ci 1 ...! Q .Anmi
Very nice oottage on Randolph rd., Chelsea,
c. ....... Aloliama
449 Hernando, ronta 115, or for nle, J15U0,
37 Desoto, near Union.
113 Hill street, near Alabama.
McCall street, third wartof ffi;'feLEY,
--rrrtl? CATTAHK Tkra. rnnms. on Col
.JN lege street, near south gate Klmwood,
Apply at 36 Union st. JQ. lina""
283 POPLAR ST,
"TJOOMS-With privilege of cooking Itove,
.X at No.
. 20 Lin don street.
TI1E CUT SCHOOLS.
REPORT OF SlPF.RINTE?UET
COLLIER FOR THE TEAR.
Teachers to Be Chosen at an Ad
journed Mectlug Principals
STKAYHD OR STOLEN.
ORREL nORSE Fifteen hsnae mg".
win in riitit snouiaer, iroiu '
grocery, on rigeonroosi ruu,
city, on July 5th. I will pay hboral reward
on his delivery to rnn. ..-,
a pnnifF.TKOOK Containing a sura m
A. money in two greonbsck bills and bal
ance in silver. Ten dollars "ward will no
naid to the Under, if returned to 1.16 Poplar
street, corner of Fourth.
The Eoard of Educa'ion met yester
day in regu'ar wsaon, frisiiient Jor
dan in the cbairand Meesra. Kambaut,
wintra TWrian and Uiefiins present.
A lone aeaaion, in which they diarnraed
. r . i.1: .. 1 1 . . ; 1
1118 lepOriB 01 111" JlllBUUO D1IU IMUiu-
ioe coinmitteea and other matters per
taining to tne tcDooia, was neiu.
The pay roll and bills for Juno were
approved and ordered paid.
HuperinteDueni coiner ws uuuui
monely re-elected for the ensuing two
The following principals were alto
re-elected : Misses Miry McKain.A. 0.
Rendelhuber, M. L. Scndder, E nm
B. Browne, Cora H. Ashe, P. H. Reu
de hnber, Mrs. E. J. Crockett, Lime
A. Foley and Mr. B. K. Ssmpwn.
The election of teacher was post
poned to a called meeting by the presi
dent. EXAMINING COMMITTEE,
The report of Examining Cctnmij.tee
That ; principals' certi6rtes be
pwarded tJthe peraons represented by
Nos. 6, 34 and 6-.
'I'h nr. mithniitv do craniea 10 I'i'r-
ons re nresented by Nos. 33, 34 and
ti tpanh iuch branches in the
senior dopar.'ment as they have sue
npKcfiiilv naPH('d 0D.1
That primary ana lnwrmeuiatB cur
tificte9 be granted to the persons rp
lPRpnt a bv the numbers 1. 5, ", H.
21, '-'2, 24, 27, 2 iu, m,
49, 55, GO, 61.
The Bupenntenaent maie a lepurt
of which the following are extract:):
D please return to 251 Main street, at Oak
Hall, ano receive rHwri:M
i,-)A REWARD For return of one BAY
VI I iiftUkl.' mr.T. two venrs old:
.hv.a r,n,n m stable: had on halter with
rope attached. F. A. JON B. 61 Monroe st.
tk. nhova rnward will be naid for
the arrest and conviction of the murderer.
ot ttoaaana raui-u,.
All Un,H" IS" A AV
Brothers of the late Rosa Justi
FRIEDMAN, 406 Front street, pays
full vlne for beoond-hand Ulothing
A lame black Newfoundland bitoh
Th. finder will be rewardad by return
Ins; her to No. 8fi Kxchange street.
REMOVAL Prior to. removing into his
new store, H. 0. HpLLENfiERO will
sell Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Violins, Ban
jos, and everything in this line at less than
' . Ta ..J .a.,. No trnnhle to BhOW
oods. and the prices will be sure to please
those who are hunting bargains.
-r n s adlrA.. F. A., in strict confl-
jjj. donee. No. 1 Broadway, New York.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor ana orio.
layer. Telephoned. THUH. un oni io.
My RESIDENCE-409 Vance street, from
i.t nf rinninmher. Arnly to
DR. OVERALL. 381 Main st. .
ROOMS-A suit of rooms in Masonic Tem
ple. Apnlyto BUN F. PRICK
OUSES 318 Poplar street and Ito Ala
bama street, inquire oi ,
JCHN KEEP. 320 Poplar st.
C1EC0ND-HAND ROOKAWAV Bruce'
O make: al- ost good as new; very cneap,
at Woods & Swoope s.
TT0HSK AND LOT No. 394 Poplar .treet,
II 50XV6U lect APPiy on wemiiM-
OOMS Furnished, lingle or en .uite. at
13S Madison St. neierenoes n'l"""-
STOREHOUSE No. 9 Union street, with
new cotton-room. 'gA0HAM,
BESIDENCK For three or six months,
my residenoe in the city of lort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
.part of the city Oood well of water and
hydrant in the yard i house furnished with
.gas; near street-oar line; every oonvenienoe
,f.houe. Address R. p. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark. .
. . i i m n ....... n,n,
tlUKAf I UPrigav naiiui I uvjm.o, "
) nutcase. L: .
1 issuer equHre, t oonive, v..
1 Chickering Square Grand.
1 NunnsA Clark. 6 octave.
1 Mason & Hamlin organ, 5 octave.
1 Western Cottage Organ, 5 cotave.
1 Dobson Bell Banjo, ladj's site.
1 Bruno uuitar, laay s sue.
Cwh or installments.
T OT-60x160 feet Cheap-North side Mad
ison, half a square easioi uauueruait.
Graded. Apply to no,
"TTOUSE A double-tenement house,4
XI room, on eaoh side; nicely finished;
Apply to Mrs
Hose avenue. Good cistern.
K. Quintan. 130 Manassas t.
At 352 Vance street.
10 WORK-M.orning and evening lor
nrinata lattlllT flT fl. IITI II1H.U. AUUICia
C. B. K.. Appeal office.
n-in f4i Vic CONTRACT To haul about 150,
X. 000 to 200,000 staves a short distance on
lazoo river. Appiyio v. a. emu...
156 Main street. Memphis, Tenn
-r inf laNTS Pnaitlvelv clear 010 dally
I j with my wonderful new patent rubber
undergarment for females. Our Knoxville
agent made $63 in lour days.
MRS. Q. LITTLE, Box 443, Chicago, 111
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gvpsv Clairvoyant, at Ii7 Third
Street, near Poplar.
SITUATION By a young man or steaay
habit?; can give the best of references
i k;a btiiI in North Mississippi: gro
cery business preferred, but will work at
anything. Address . .
REV. S. C. CALDWELL. St. Paul st
first class furniture fin
Isher. Only a regular furnituie man
ILS0N. 43 Jefferson St.
P l.her. Only
need apply. Steady work.
TUOf?. H. WI
0 LOAN MONEY On household prop
erty witlioutrotnovai. r.o-
iTTTTATTON As salesman or porter In .ro-
Ooery; will manufacture flavoring extracts
- and wash blue
Address R. this offlcs.
0USE With six to eight rooms.
Artdress in union gircct.
EVERVBODY-To spend th. sumaper at
Grayson Spring-, Ky. For catalognes
and particulars call at ticket office of Chesa
peake and Chio route, under Peatiody lintel
ITUATION By a white woman an cook,
ti. in ., vnie uiiii.u.
next thirty days for HI 50.
KNOW That I
WITH GOLD for
243 Main sreot.
nv AOVNTS Vnr Mrs. Cnmpbell
I New " Tilter "a Tiltpr. Bustle, Hoop
ektrtand Underskirt combined. Hoops can
for 82 to every well-dressed ldy as soon as
. , A .Hint, rinnhln Ih.ir mnnflT. AlrO.
a full line of new furnishing goodr for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 484 West Randolph
Itc vAmoi-ed and skirt liiundried. Adjusla-
lile to any6ie. Ve y fashionable, and soils
. i wDi.'mi?!r!F.n COTTON MAN
A Controlling good European correipond
r. .... . piriTMtlt! kll Eastern ant
i- ..r.r,.A:ini,f made: business East
nast season ten thousnd bales ; location best
LOWn 1U lUlBMi-ll'l'.-
and given. Address S'-,,' Tr-'
care Harmitjige Club. Nashville, fenn
r ktone CUTTERS On building worn
1 .ill n.y nood waees to No. 1 men : none
others need apply.
432 Main street.
r 00D COW AND OALF Mrs. Nellie Ste-
VJT phenson. Ptate remaie uouege.
C CONFECTIONERY Well established, on
J a paying basis. Other business to look
TRANSFER BOAT-As she lies at wine
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
, 115 feet long long, m ree. wiuo, " ""
1,1. .auH ... n. ami ore-nox Doner; can
n Unr,l Intn frrvhmi.t at small COSt: i.
in good condition, and will be sold choan.
Apnlyto Little Rock and Fort Smith R. W.
Co., Little Hock. Ark.
y Bun Burks;- KTl!. Having concluded
KJT to quit the grocery part of our business
our entiro sioca oi uroceries, fi.iu'i
n.nv. .nd Mn as are tor sale. Anyone nuu1
ing to go into the wholesale grocery business
can secure a naryain oy oamna u
No. 268 Front Btreet.
y-niiKTHV KTtWRPaPKR Address
KJ 8 W. BARBEB. Ashland City, Tenn
HOnf . WILL BUY a now business tor
3t)UU the btate of Tennessee. Ala
bama. Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
oash profits atonoe: a monopoly luuy pru
teoted. Parties wishin" a good business au
drpM M ANUFAnTURBH. this office.
On account of other engagements re
quiring my entire personal attentioh. I have
concluded to quit the mercantile part of my
business, and now offer my entiro stock of
for sale. Will rent or lease to purchaser, if
desired, my two-story iro;i-front building,
containing stock, on reasonable terms. Any
ono wishing to go into business can secure a
bargain by calling on filll, MHli,
July5, 18H8. GRENADA, MIB3.
"London" Trcuser stretcher
Patented in Europe and Uni
ted States. Sil Aa'iit
l uilril Mf1iM for celebrated
John Hamilton & Co. Stretch
er. Takes lrttktl"K l
knees restores pantaloonsti
original shai. Only patontei
Stretcher combiningsorow rot
in combination with clamps
All others infringements
Original nod oiny ulrctcUw
I'.ir genllrmen'" nnn. li
Express securely packed. Price 2 50. N rite
tor circulnr.. Asents wnnted in every city.
ti. W. W1M W1.IH fc 'Q., Bowoss,Mi.
Nynopsla of Haperlnteuilcnl'a Kr-
fiKVTLKMKN I have the honor of
pubmiitiog my sixth annual report.
I present inttoe Deginning an ausirai;.
r,f general etatintica. Tablets showing
full statistics cf the schools are in
cluded in this report.
F,mmirntion of vouths. (5 to 21 13.R08
Per cent, of enrollment onenu-
mp ration oil
No. of pupils from 6to li 4,74(1
No. of pupi's from 1(1 to 21 171
No. ot days in session no
No. of days taught 1"
Average enrollment 3,!03
No. of dayspraeent 451, S45
No. of days absent ars.vit
No. of ca3es of tardiness 1,55
Per cent, of attendance on num
ber belonging ''-
Ptr cant, of attendance on en
rollment Per cent, of tardiness 2
N o. of regular teachers (includ
ing principals) S3
No. of supernumerary teachers.. f
Average No. pupils to teacher... 45
Average tala'y of teachers f484 00
Costof tuition per pupil enrolled 8 18
Coat of tuition per pupil oeioDg-
ing HO 31
Amount collected from pay pu-
pils f 1.241 00
Total cost of tuition ..$40,262
Annual current expenses....ft)t)l84a a
Paid on last seeBion's indebted
ness .-ih iD
Number of schoolhousea ownea
Number ot echoolbouses rontsd
Total number of echoolhousee...
Number of schoolrooms '
Number of silting
Vahi3 of school houses ownea
by city y,oz8 uo
Woaia nf taxatinn. citv 1164,646 95
Rate of taxation, city Jimiua
rtnaia nf taxation. State and
Rate of taxation, p ate ana
county l mm
Thin lies hpn the most successful
tPHion dnrina- mv sesociation with
th ar.hrols in mv nresent capacity,
Th desirable school lots have been
added to the property ol toe cny, two
by purchase and ine tmra one, which
i.tvsrv desiAble lot. by donation
from tbe United (States uovernmeuv.
ThnlBHtone referred to is located on
lolTurira and Third Rtreste. in lUfn
portion of the city very much in nf ed
shool buildinit. I trust
the board will employ all possible
enersv to erect a suitable building
iimrAnn this summer. Two new tix
room buildings were opened this ses
.inn. t.h( Porter school on Georgia
street and the Grant school on Auc
tion Etrt. r.acn oi tnete win actum'
mcdate MO pupils, These two build
ini. ond also the Leath school were
d.-niohoil with nnw desks, a nrovieion
which cannot be too highly eatimated
i. mcanain educating dudiIs and ren-
.invino tim comfortable. The want
of suitable buikliogsand furniture has
been the main trouble with which the
hnur.t has had to contend, ine bbiiib
tmnhln rfinfronts vou now, notwith
uioim, the Bilvar.i ement mad
tbisseieion in tms respuci,, iu.
citv is rapidly growing and your
Piiorts will be taxed to meet the Je
ond inopasiul conu'ation. 1 pre-
mrit a description of the buildings
now in use:
SMITH SCHOOL, MARKET BTRKKT.
Throo :nrv brick building, four
.nnn,a nn oacli floor, about 33x27 feet
hn windows well pieced for ocular
i.;toi salla colored a cool gray
veutilation by flues in the walls, iut
insuflicient without opening the win
rinwn: heated by furnaces: water con
nections with eeweis. A very satis'
LSATII SCHOOL MNDKN BTRKET.
longitudmallv. having four rooms on
each side. Where eufficient r join cn
us nad lor it, i consiuer nun m.
tion of rooms one of the best that can
be had. The rooms are about 7x'.'5
feet each. The ventilation ia excel
lent, being maintained thronch au
opening iu the roof, with which every
room communicates. Water commu
nication ai before, with city sewtrf ga;
largs play grounds.
JKKKKHSON IjTHEKT SCHOOL.
This waj originally built for a
boarding bouso. It ia three stones
hiiih, and contnins two long narrow
rnniuft on fih tl:or. The ventilation
might be improved at a verv email ex
pense iy enaourg mo iim. iu uo
opened above Pliy grounds very
Bina'l, practically none. Water ion-
nection witn cny sew era.
POPS SCHOOL, CHK1SIA.
A two story frame building orig-
nally a private reaidence. ine up
stairs rooais are aooui ouxiu iwi,
ceiling about 8 feet nign j lower rooms
of the same dimensions, with ceiling
8 feet high. , , , , .
The rooms are mcapaoie oi guou
ventilaiion or lighting; the piay
gronnds are sollicient; 225 pupils are
here taught, rnis uuuuing is uoi rm
isiactory. COLORED SCH001S.
A two story brick building, exlerior
dimensions 75x62 feet; four rooms on
a tbor. Average attndancs O'O.
Water connection with eeweis. An
excellent building, but much overcrowded.
(IRANT SCHOOL AUCTION STBKKT..
A one Btory frame building with
pasiagelO feet wide, running longi
tii'Jinaily thiough it. It isDOxOD feet
and hai six rooms 30x25 feet.
MONKDK STIIB1.T SCHOOL.
A one story framo building with
ground plan of about 63x00 feet, and
a passage running uiruugu iui.k.-
ludinally. Two good rooms on eai.u
Bide of the passage, well pines il for
light and vontilation. Good sized
play giouuds. Water connection with
sewera. A gocd building in all re
spects, but much crowded for r-oin.
Three s'ory brick building; one
large rcom on eaoh door, 40x18 ftet;
wa'er connections with Bewere.
SBVBNTn STBKST SCHOOL,
A one story frame building with
four rooms ot fair size, temporarily
naorl ns n. nrimarv school for colored
children; two of the rooms wera bnilt
The schools opened September 28th
and closed May Slst-ascsnon of eight
months and a vacation of four months.
These long vacations, keeping pupils
out of school one-third of a year, are
exceedingly detrimental to tne bciioois.
In former years the schools continued
in operation ten months. They were
opened September 1st and were closed
JuneoOth. I do not recommend the
resumption of such long seseionp, for
iu our climate September and June
are the most trving nnnths in the
year on healt b. But the business Rea
son usua'ly commence! early in Sep
tember, and as a city looks unlike
iteelf nnlesi the children are s;en on
their wav to school, I should be pleased
to begin the schools not later j than
Ssptemrjor autn. mm erraunnouuv
will give nine days for organisiil ion,
to as to be ready for Byetematio! work
by October 1st. n tnis suggvsiiuu
nuia h Biinroval of the board, an
advantage will bo gained bv Axing the
date at tnis meeting, in giving timely
notice to patrons, teachers ana otners
interested who will be absent then.
This session gives promise toai mo
n,,i'in anhnnla will receive more ear
nest support fioin all classes of citi
zens in the future. This is ns it
should be, if our schools are expected
n tln and malnt iin tbe proficiency
and popularity of these ot oirer ciiies
that nave been favored by such condi
tion f w years. The history of other
cities all over the country proves that
UnninVi i nn lose nonung commer
cially or otherwise, by amply mstain
ing the public echoolB. Atlanta,
Charleston, Montgomery, Galveston
and mher 8outhern cities are con
vinced of this truth, and e rivaling
each ether in the erection of comfor
table school buildings for their chil
dren. In building schoolhoines, how
ever, nothiag should db spent ior or
nament; the main considerations are
heat, light sna ventuaiion. i
thiH ec asion to express my gratitude
to the pre 81 an! to others who have
proved friendly1 to the schools, and
paiticularly to Mr. B. H. Dunscomb
and Dr. D. T. Porter. These gentle
men have advanced money cmcmny
and personally whenever your needs
were presented to mom.
SCHOLASTIC CKK8U8 TAKKN o
ISDICATIOSS THAT AN IMMENSE
VOTE WILL BE POLLED.
Location of Itoxes and Honndarles
of Wards-Tim Pot Boiling
Thero is likely to be a revolution in
the old slip shod method of running
primnrif s at the eloctiou this evening.
Little attention has been paid to them
in the pat, except on extraordinary
occaious, but the vote today prom
ises to be larger than it has ever been
in tbe hietory of this county. Tbe
importance cf the coming election is
largal v due to the fact that the ollh ers
elected, in most casea, will not serve
tn hnt eiirht vears. There are eleven
officea to be filled and the number cf
ninili.lafpa is so large that the canvass
has been thorough and their various
itiri are. or ought to be, thor
oughly undera'ood. In order that
every'Demccrat who feels the least
intflitut in the con est may notbave an
excuse for failing to vote and this is
broad enough to cover them all the
b nindary of each ward ar d the loca
tion of the polls is given. The polls in
.. -lit i n u c ..1.,,.W
rc cny w u uo u, l.romrht nout a neceasity
. ,,M.H.,",uer..?i,"t:le?. Kecond-Tha character
13 riace oi nou ing C"..L. of the reform contempU-ed.
and jnCSSail suni, v-Jniiniivvoviu,
into th P-t.'ra ticket. aro"honorable,
nnpurohaoahlemen. Why, of coins
they are, and they will all support
G reer if be is the nominee. I was not
hitting at Mr. Peteru's supporters, but
at that vote which it is said tireer will
not get in theevenl of liter nomination,
to wit: The vote of tbosiuuv?. Neither
the epir.t of my paiagrapn, nor its
enntex, nor common tonne inclines
ouch a construction as tno iswjit piuo
on my word". walker kknnkdy.
OrannlalnK for November.
Th fillnwuiir circular has neon
freely dittribnted among t'ie voteis of
.1 .k... 'P.....1. I'linimila ntlil I IIH.
HUH, IUU XCIILU, vv.-(n'v-.w
When political roiorm Decomes
nectssary, it is an imperauvo outy
which each citiwn owes 10 nis lamuy,
to himself and to his country to work
for its accomplishment to tne iuu ex
tnt of hi ability. To do this success
fully will require organiration and a
.utinlin nlan for notion: h'iiice we who
bava commenced tne work in Shelby
county, and are now partially organ
ized, send out inia circular, inrougu
committee coiupraed of two from each
oiganiied dlstnct.and addrosnad to
the voters of Tipton, Fayette, Harde
man on, I KhMlhv counties.
We believe that t nose wno enucavor
to nauirurate relorin Btiouid Biaie
plainly : ....
mi ... 1 . . . I. hMKA
riral xne cnusea winun
A. Wnlsh. A.ss.stant Committeemen,
j v. M.Kein. Thomsa Vaughn.
Rnnndarv of Ward On the norlh and
o.t, hv llftvou Uavoso. west by the
river and Bouth "by the first alley
smith of Market etreet.
&whu Hard Number ot ileiegais,
! lMiioa of holding election, Uourti
hmiHrt. Committeeman, vm. umnn;
.oii.iant finmniitteomen. rat riana-
- ,.-. ,
gan. unanrs winter, iiiiihiustj ui
w am 1 in trie nnnu uy inn hidi. oubj
eouth of Market street, east by Bayou
c.vA.n annth hv tho first allev south
nf Washington street, west by the
Thinl IVVird. Number of dclegatee,
20. Placs of holding e'ec ion, 2uig-
l's tifliee. Adams street. Committee
man. S. J. Camp. Assistant Commit'
tnnmen. K. W. Green. Chas. T. Smith
u-.nmla.rv of Ward North by the
first alley south of Washington street,
east by the bayou, south by Ibe north
line of Madi6on street, west by the
Fourth Hdrci. NumDeroi ueiogawp,
19. Place of holding election, No. 357
Second street. Committeman, N. Mala
out!. Assistant (Inmmittenmeo. K. J.
Prndinelli, C. It. StewarU lioundary of
the Ward North hy tne soutn siuo oi
supervision of Mrs. Samuel May. All the
newest styles of decorative fancy work and
m aterial. 6tampin and embroidery to order
St Mary's School,
tin. 03 Foilnr iSr.
MEM PHI". I J : I t TKSSMsKE
AB0RDIN0 and Day School for Youna
LsdieB and Children, under the chsrae
of the Bisters of St. Mary, of the English
Church. Number of pupils limited to IU).
Kext school term begins Weptfiiierllni.
""ll tl lfflsonfllclnPhlldrlplla
THIS PAPtsV""8 NHW.pawrAclv.-r.
I "IJ f ELSi'tlslnn As-owy c,r Mi'nr.
N. W. AVEH etc SON, our autliurlicu agvnt
Third The methoils and means to
bo emnloved in its nCiOmplishment.
First We all rewgniao uio muiiuai,
tho prime cause of bad government is
a failure of the otherwise giod citizen
to perform all ol Ms political mutes,
hence the performance of these duties
falia verv naturally lino tue nanus oi
thoao wfio make foitnnos bv govern
ing iu thbir own interoa. Theio are
. " . . 1 iL.in..lk crt... ......
lew in nuiuuer iu iuo loum vuuki
Hional Distrliit, but their acts are em
phatically undemocratic and rovoiu
tionaiy. Their work is always per-
fnmimi in Hfccrot nun in auvancsoi uio
primary elections. The clique selectH
ilfleirntes in eacn (iisinei, wnu nio nun
comniittnl, and the primary e'octions
are kept as mum oi a secret as poHai-
ble; but alter tne legm eirnuuu vui-y
inle with unblushing impudence. As
tha patentee dispones ot the right to
sail in a Territory, so thi ling Ibmus
out the privilege of fince nonung
within its bouium, and tne oinco noiu
er krows that the people have no
voice in the mutter.
Voting at legal elections, when the
voters bava no voice in nominating, is
not only a farce, but it is an actual in
.Wimmnnt of tlioee who usurp the
right to nominate instead of the pen
conditions can be elevated to olbca
without imperiling the purity of the
commonwealth. It often happens that
by our guilty indifference we allow
nien to lis elevated to positions who
are known 1 1 be corrupt, and who are
not expected to execute the law. Jo
wonder s pass through periods in
our civil air.irs when vice and diehon-
esty and lawlesMaees eratt premium.
it is alarming to consider tnat tne fact
of a Candida').' private life be
ing nnimpt a' liable, and that he
is uhtinguuhed dr bravery, honesty
Aa one who riys for the welfare of the
city; as ens who has no particular
nun or creeds of party to boleter, I
call upon all good citizens who love
their horr.es, who desire to maintain
the dignity of the law, and who love
tho poaee and prosperity of Memphis,
I call upon you in the name of Uod
in the came of cur wives and chil
dren, and in the name of our common
brotherhood, to awake. Rise np in
your might and demand that yonr re
spective parties shall, in their nomina
tions, piaca beforo the community
men whose private life and public
character is associated with that which j
ia true and of good report and who
ara known to be men free from rart
nerahip with lawlesenesa and fear.css
in their vindication of law, Ddinand
as your righf, in the name of Uod and
of your country and of your wives and
daughters, that tbey nominate such
mini. Kiuneinber, your vofe is a great
tru t and responsibility; You cannot
lightly nan it without being faith
lee to your citiasnship and
faithless ti as noble women fa Uod
over gave to a city. If your pany will
not give jou such a man to vote lor,
then by nil that is lightepus c.Bt your
party away nnd choose ;for yourself.
Then' is uo law of party which can
lustify your voting for a corrupt man.
Io not. titko anything for granted, but
demand thttt every candiikts tor your
vote (ball ovor bis own imol declare
before this community, an'.l fhat be
fore the election, whether if elected
he will faithfully execute the law aa
it exists. God gVant that the coming
conteBt may placs iu power men
whom we shall delight to honor,
i lia above is the merest outline of
Mr. l.amnr's address, wbioti, it is to be
regretted, was too lengthy for publi
cation in full.
.... .1.A., ..rlih.lt 11 mail., nnh.
Madison street, east by the bayou, P'8' u0yuM rentlor them infamous in
eouth by the north side of Beale street munit7. The remedy for this
ano west oy iiiorivm. i. net. to atav nwav lrom the election:',
Fifth lfard.-Nnmoer o. oieg , - 6f thepp0(.irig party can-
1'iaee oi nonung o rai, ;""' .n.ut.. hut to attend the primary
elections in yonr own party, nnd elect
the best men ol your district as uoie-
We have no candidates in view, and
no friends to serve in this moment,
in fo.-t. few thinuB bring to light to
clearly the littleuets and want of rea
son on the part of a citizen, as his al
lowing personal friendships, likes or
dislikes to control him in the exerciee
nf hid fnwro'gn rights and dutlos.
Common sense and experience must
.ml u;iil Avium the truth of this in
H.w.nncl Wa contemplate a nnion
i ...a i iw.innnntk withiu the Demo
cratic party, for the extirpation of all
iKrat.ln nraetices and methods,
for securing a voice in primary as well
as general election, and ior Beuuring
rnnreanntnlion in alt legislative bodies.
We aro not organizing lor the present
merely, but for all ituure time.
Ti,ir,lTliB nnlv means bv wbicl
ik. fnrAanlmr nhifctscan be attained
i- v. narmunnnc nrfiinlziition. The
,.iost oi us ara f armuN, and from the
nrnsantnntlnnk onriiiHin hope la in the
farmers and such others as will unite
.in, ( mm- hnnna we anneni to vauu
,-iil ,litrint. in the counties above
l tn fnrm a ..mo anu get in cuui'
n.nnin.tinn with each other and with
. . i . i . i . .
p nhe. and lonelier Willi tueno
i : d: - & :
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ut. 03 T- CO 03 5 w li '-3 W
A one-story frame building, about
i5x50 feet, with ceiling twelve feet
high, and an additional uetacneu uuuu
ing 30x24 feet. Longitudinal passage
through main building, which con
oicTl.t rooms, each 25x27 ffet.
"AN to take an offices and represent a
rvi A" r?r ". saii
capital required. Addresi, with sUmp, Box
"70 West Acton. Ma-s
ALE8MBN-In every BtaU la i WJ vr on
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUK
d KoTAbLISHMKNT havinf .everal
SnoiALTiis thatara populw and asy aell-
Uan om nanaiea aiou v " " r.
ith other roods
Address TUB WM. B.
UFO. CO.. BALTIMORE. MU.
LD GOLD A 81 Lv Rot oash or ex
chanre. B ULf uau, Jwir.
GOODS. 842 Broadway, New
York. The only ten nine.
Even U Ya Bny ft Dosea
common porous plMters-whlch ?'
for a sont at any of the Cheap John drut-gisti-yon
have merely thrown away your
mnnav. for one Benson's Capcine Plaslor il
worth them all. The reason ''?:
on'. Is the only porous plaster in the market
that 1. honestly and skillfully made and sci
entifically medicated. Otheri are no yore
than nominal imitation, of Benson'.. They
are cheap because they posses, none of the
ingredient! whion render Ben.on valua
ble. The latter are prompt to act, pleas
ant to wear, and cure In a few hours ail
ment, which other, will not even relieve.
The public are especially warned against 10
ealled "Capsicin." , " Capsioum,'r Capu.
oln," or "Capsioine" plaster., a. worthies,
article. Intended to deceive. Ask lor Ben
.on', and look for the " Three Seal, trade
mark and the word " Capcine cut in the
Each 10.n1 has good ventuaiion
through the roJ. Play grounds am-pe-
would be much improved by
e hade trees all around them. Water
connection with sewers.
PEA BODY SCHOOL.
A two story brick, seventy-two feet
square ontaiJ. with wide passage
through and broad staircsse. Excel
lent internal arrangement; ventilators
in the wall. Play grounds of fair s
and surrounding commons sulhwent
)y open to be available for exercise.
Beyond city sewers. ,
This building is very much in need
nf nna furniture and lornaces. It is
now heated by stoves.
.niTii r:HOOL. GEOBGIA STREET.
A. one story frame building, ninety
feet by sixty feet; longitudinal pas
sage ten fesst wide through the build-
. r . . . . . : a .. .1 .. Vails
ing, Whicn coniaiua mo siuujr t.i.o,
forty-five feet by twenty-five feet, and
four class rooms, twenty-five feet by
twenty-one feet. Esch room has good
ventilation through the roof. Water
connections with sewers.
A long, one story frame building,
with a passage running through it
U l-il ?. 03 05 - -' ' ,a V1 2
Sen tSSijioBOW b
00 to j i 00 w 9
(c t- w to " rj ir
cr,wJ tv tii cc v- g-
1 : co o ti
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CO V) O -D W CO 4 S?
05 w o it su 'C v
1 i co a co cn 00 t-p
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street market. Committeeman, Mar
;n Woilv. Assief tnt Oommitteemon,
t xt unn....tQ.i 11 w aiii sr. innnu-
1. 11. ou'iwiiciii . ... .......... . , .
ary of Ward-North by the sju'h lido
n Mmliinn and the bavou. east by the
west side of Wellington s'.reet, souui
bv the north sido of Calhoun street
nmi wear, nv iiHrimiiuu tuu vu.
Sirih Hard Number of delegates,
in Piaen of holding election, s-reet
-nr Rtahle. Main Btieet. OommittBe-
man.S. Letiraan. Assistant Committee
man A . vero-nr. V. S. PiBhon. Bound
ary of Ward-North by the south side
of Bcale street, cast by the weHtside
of Causey, south by tue noun biuo 01
Calhoun and west by the river.
6'etynfi Ward Number of delegates,
7. Place of holding election, M.
Smith's grocery. Committeeman,
Kobt. Armour. Assis'ant committee
men, R D. Jordan, Ben. Bingham.
Boundary cf Ward-North by the
south side of Madison St., east bv
Walnnt street, touth by the north
line of Calhoun street and west by tho
sast eido of Welling-on street.
Eighth Ward Number of delegates,
VI. Place for holding election, near
Popular street market. Committee
man. M. A. UarVlD. JIBOIOIIH.V xv...-
mitteemen, Hugh Fenao, Joe Thiers.
Boundary of Ward North by the
Louisville & Nashville railroad, east by
Dunlap street, soulh bv tne norm eiuo
of Madison Btreet, and west by the
bayou. , ,.,.,
Ninth Harrf JNumoor 01 iioiBgaiBe,
4. Place of holding election, rum
and Greenlaw streets. Committee
man, Pat Carlln. ABSiBiant uommii
teemen, Joe. Fitzgerald, John Hudson.
Boundary of Ward-North by Kerr
street, east by Manaeses and Dunlap,
south by toe l.ouibviuu a. imuim
railroad aud west by tho bayou and
river. . ....
Tmlh Ward Number OI oeiegaieB,
7. Place of holding election, opposite
Tennessee depot. cjommiueeni'i
Kainnnl -I. Bolton. AHiittsnt Commit
teemen, Henry Kocco, Uus A. Flein-
itnniuinrv ni vvurns nor 11 uy
ann'th si Jh of Calhoun street, east and
Bouth by the city limits, west by the
.lattice J.J. llahoof.
To the Editors of the Appeal :
l-t me say in behalf of a groat
many of our best citizens who know
and admire Col. J. J. Dnbose for his
straightorwsrd, manly andconsiHtently
honorable life, that the Democratic
party will do well to nominate him for
Criminal Court Judge. He knows
the law and would follow it in spirit.
He t-jiild not be tyrannical, he would
not oppress any class of cit'zsns, yet
he would see to it that the laws were
.,1.0,10,1 Hn would Drove a firm, up
right judge aa he proved himself n
bravo soldier, and hen always been a
good citizen. JNomioate irtiooae aim
the ticket will go through. emocuaTi
6 years of ane 'Mi
7 years of age 4112
No. of pupils
No. of tiunils
No. of pupils 8 years of egs
No. of pupi's v years 01 hk'1
No. of pupils 10 years of age
No. of pupils 11 years of age
No. of pupils 12 years of age
No. of pupils 13 years cf aw
No. of pupils 14 years of ag.'
No. of pupils 15 y?nrs of age
No. of pupils 1(1 yeard cf age
No. of pupils 17 years of age
No. of pupils 18 yearn of ago
' This tableshows that 4749 pupils are
less than 16 years of age, and 171 are
over 16 years of age.
A table ehows that of the total num
ber of pupils registered 6 per cent, at
tended less than forty days. 15 per
,t,t iii than aixlv davs and 24 per
cent, lees than eighty days, or about
half tbe session.
A table shows that about fonr-fifths
of the pupils registered were born in
Tennessee. By comparing it with aim
:i...i.ios (n tha fntnre the growth of
population from other States will be
isuvufli rci noM.
ngs subject to overflow f konldlba eoa
strncted with LoniivllU Camel, , Ik ll
Jmlge Jninea Uooitloo.
The llcimhlican dreads the name of
the good, honei-tcitiasn whoso niiino
heads tnls paragraph. It said in its
isHiieof yes'erJay: "flio most formid
able candidr-te for Circuit Jadge on
the Derriorritic side is Mr. James
Ooodloe." Vcs, he is formidable to
the Republicans because lie would, if
nominated, be bard to bsat. He is
judttheman for tbe place. The
pvHunn knows this, hence, as it says,
"From a Republican view tioodloe is
the coming lawyer for Circuit Judge.
A Too Willis.: Critic frt Klalif.
To the Editors of the Appeal :
The Udjt.r of this afternoon mis
represents a paragraph of mine con
cemingthe Attoroey GenerHlBiup.and,
as I have no medium cf pointing out
the misrepr. sentation betorothe hold
ing of the Democratic primaries, I
would liko the privilege of your
columns for a reply. In my paragraph
I stated that tho line and cry was put
ont that Greer would not be elected,
il nominated, and It was mat argu
ment 1 was contending against. In
conclusion I said that tho element
that wonld not support jnoae ureer
was a purchasable vote. Of course.
any one who was not oiasea, womu
trnnw that this sentence referred to
that section of the Democratic party
hn nmnlri not annnort Greer in the
event of his nomination. The ledger
Ann's tha at.atament remarkable, and
raya that Messrs, J. T. Pettit, Emmet
L, Woodson, W. J. Crawford, T. A.
Jones, George uiunam, a. j.
Lendon and Nat. Smith, wbo const!
nlnlu we rentiest each citizsn
may see this circular to addrers
DR. N. V RAINRS,
N. F. RAINBS. Chairman.
R. 1). (lOOIiWYN,
W. 11. MiLSON, Committee.
A BlualssK Esliorlatlou.
The Rsv. A W. Lamar made an elo
quent ellort at tbe Central Baptist
Church Sunday night, his subject be
ing "The Moral issues in the l'rasent
Political Contest." His text was:
Kioklol vlll.,7-8: "And lie brought me lo
the door of the court, and when 1 l'"
behold a hole In the wall. Then laid lie
unto me, son of man, dig now in the wan.
and when I had di.d in the wall behold
1' ' i.,i tin hiliiI unto me. 10 in nnd
heliold'the wi'-kod abominations that thoy
"Lord Lytton makes Count Dev
..... " Mr. Imar began, "thero
iHanlce diHtinction between politics
and policy. Politics is the art of be-
twin wanian fT nther. Policy is the art of
being wise for ono's eolf. Tho art of
being wise for others! Is that tbo true
nature of nolitics ? Then there should
t. nn imi mlor associated with the
Eiirae, becaire it covers one of the
most useful and honorable of all occn
pa ions-that oi beiog wise for other s
X.i in i.h liuhtof this definition
rlronfllMra f)f tllB gOHPttl 80d pllll
anthropit-U of all kinds are politicians
..1 ii.o hunt fvnu. and. when applied to
t.Vin art of ' government, what great
ni.M.tiv .h ilellnltion aesunieH. Ire
euiinently here, next to tho ministry
i,o nnsiii.l. is tho n'ace where a
public Bcrvaiit can ehow that he Is a
I ...... 1... -IDA til
it. Mil UY UUINU wnu iya
L'a.mi. th.M riflllnltion b(ifor u.
4V,nvn im MM HO imDronrictv in, but
whv. n minlBter, wlio
Btands upon ti watch tower of truth
Thk candidates wore all on the alert
Tiikbk will be but one t cket in tho
On lv Democratic darkies should be
allowed to vote.
Chronic dobgaloo will have to tike
a beck seat today.
Polls open in tho city this evening
from U to 8 o'clock.
DriltriMK is looming nn for the Crim
inal Court Judgeship an office second
n importance to nono.
flnMMiTTKEMKN ate requested to
send in Biicce BHful tickets for publica
tion as early as poaeible.
Tub friends of Mr. George L. Peters
are radiantly confident that ho will
receive tho nomination, proouuiy uu
the ilixt ballot.
Vrvrit when vou go home to supper,
nnd let the supper wait nntil you have
put in your oar for a few healthy
strokes at the polls.
Ig von can't make up your mind lo
, . .... I , .. .. . I ..fa
fo as a ueiegaio, iu iai
Ivery one counts. It will be fair and
your ssy will amount to so roncn.
Tn polls in the new procinct of the
Fourteenth Civil District will be
opanei at the corner of Third and
Jackson street at 5 o'clock this even
ing. No man, no matter how timid, need
atay awav from tho primaries. The
police force will be aniiile.and then the
polls will not be open long enough for
the bums lo get very drunk, anyway.
8am Weakley is gaining strength.
He will go into the convention a very
good third. His friends prefer he
should stand that way, as they believe
there will be a deadlock between Greer
The committeeman who violates
thnrula whiuh prescribes that those
only shall vote at the primaries "who
are resident isemoenmu vuio.d,
hould be roundly censureu oy mo
JuiKiB Gaaaa does not own a dol
or's, worth of stock in any newspaper,
he has not paid a dims for a notice
nee the campaign opened, ue wouiu
have paid money to keep things out
which have beau ea'd by some of his
ovor 7,?aloiiB admirers. All this may
be relied u on, and yet tne jungo nan
gome eneinitB who are violent enough
to charge bim with all these ollenses.
Tub light in tbe Seventh Ward will
10 almrst entirely over the Attorney
j.mrM.it). There will ba three
tickets in the field ofle forPoters.ono
for iror, nnd one ior reters, uruur
nnd Weakley in equal proportion.
1'here are no Baloons in tne waro, uui
if iu ,,rini mi v fi ad 110 Willi tne resi
dences of merchants ami lawyers all
law abiding cltiatms. it win ue
feather in tho cap of tho candidate
who succeeds in electing ins ticaet,
nnd th result will be anxiously
awaited by their friends.
rosed to ba a formulator o
un.l is HI1T1I1
...,i.nn u..ntiinHrit on great mora
queHi'ons, Bhould lift up his vblee on
behalf of polities-on behalf of wisdom
1,.. v,,. imnil of the neonlo. All
changes aro ser'mus maUers, whether
they atlect tl.o iinuviuiuu, win u"
.i.,. ..ii .. iim rniiitv or the Sta'e. Am:
thpHfl "Dolitical changes through
which our city and county aro
rulled to pass evory two yeara
..,.1 tha ohm u sin ra!s Ihcly to b
n.... n , . - 1-
wrought tliereoy, invoiva qin-t.i..oiio
nf l. cravest moment to tbe peace,
n, morula and well being of our
'" 1 v.: ....
man wuo luveo 1111 rauu
try, bis city, bis family or bimeo'f can
hnld his peace in the midst of such
issues. Above all, no man who re
verences God can be lUent when the
purity and peace anu wun irem u
his people is threatened. It is of the
utmost importance that tne men we
choose in whom to incartvitt our poli
tics shall be wmw, The man we
choose to mate our ibwibiihu
and wise, and the man we choose
to execute these laws, when made,
should not be a law breaker nor
a conaiver ol those who do.
ti:. .i.tn iifa should he unimoeach-
able. Sobriety and virtue should mark
1.:. sllr Hn ahonld ba a man
wiseinbia honesty, bravery, and in
. invinoihtn fldelitv lo law and order,
Nn man who does not fulfill these
Tho following transfers were filed
yesterday in the Kcgister sollire:
K, L. Crosby and wife to II. l.sns
dorf, trustee, to eocnro the German-
Ameiican lluiKiing arm ia o-'-'-tion
in tho sum of 100, lot No. 33 and
5 (HO feet oil the mirth aide of lot 1N0.
31 of J. M. Provina s muuivition.
llilliert Kline t) uvenon viroa
venor, tniHteex, tisicuro John Ovor-
t n, of DavldHon county, bibi. i""
sum of $:)i0ti IC', lots No. 1, 2, Hand 4
of John 8. Claybronk's subdivision,
containing 2 li:s UiO acies ciicii.
Jnoies F. llice and wife ami John
Hips to Muttio H.CaMwill, de?d to
part of lots 20 and 21 of tha Jane M.
Portr subdiviHion, lyins in the south
fast corner of Walker avenuo and
Hernnndo road, for f2C0i).
J. 11. Hillmim to JmeiS. i-rayasr,
detd tooae lot at tiortiieast corner ot
O inton aiul Liuden streets.
Thomas Buck ot al. to John Kcso,
deeds to lots 20 and 21 in tha Biibdivi
aion of lot 82, of Jane M. Porter subdi
T. A, Hamiltm and wi.'o to John
Gaston and W. II. Bingham, deed to
lot 7, A. J. Hayes's subdivision, south
. c ....... - lr. Mnn avenue, for loUO.
Busan rrannou iu -u..u
W 11. Bingham, deed to iota iu, "
and 12, ol A. J. Hayes's subdivision,
on Preston avenue, for 12100.
John and wiuiam A,eoiiru iu V
Garrison, to secure iuu, u
Eighteenth Uivtl wiaincw
Memphis and Chaileaton railroad.
They Are So orry. 1
There is one thing nobody eer re-erets-that
is, the day they first adopt.
Sd Parker's Tonic as their regular fan.
Uy medicine. Its range is so wuta
and its good effects so sure, that notbs
ing else, except good nursing, ar.
nwded in a great majority ol e
liny it, try it, and afterward It will not
require any praise rom ns.