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UEUTinS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1880.
KILLED FOR THEIR 50SEI
A TEBRIBLE DOUBLE MTJBDEBAT
JiSEsTILLE, WIS.
Shot In a noise of 111 Fame-Died of
Big Woands Horrible Stab
bin s Affray.
tsriCUL TO TBI APPIAL.1
Hbbnakdo, Mies., July 19 About
' the hour of midnight last night at the
qu'cttownof Eudcra, in this fount,
Roberts, upon whom F. P. Todd made
a murd' rous assault a few days since
and kcifed three limes, died fiom (ha
effects of tbe wounds. Todd made
his escape soon af cer be did the bloody
work and bai not yet bwn apprehend
ed. It is sen! that Roberts was en
tirely defenseless when the as ault ws
made, not having even a pocket koife,
and that his cries for mercy were ans
wered only by Todd's wp'attd slabs
and curses. Into tbe (treat beyond the
- cowardly assassin has sent the spirit
of bis victim to whom he denied every
chance of self defense, and if heshoald
succeed in remaining beyond the reach
of tbe law tbe red handed renegade
will be a wanderer in tbe eartb, dodg
ing at shadows and accompanied only
by pangs of conscience, if a conscience
be has, that must fill bis future days
and nights with heartaches and sor
rows and nightmares that must last
forever.
Terrible Tragedy at Banger, Me.
Bangor, Mr, July 19. Henry, tbe
15 year old son of J. A. Bickwell, cf
this city, ehot and instantly killed bis
sifter, Mattie.aged 13 yearn, yesterday
afternoon. The boy picked up a gun
and net knowing that it was loaded,
playfully pointed it at his sister when
it was discharged, the contents striking
ber in the neck.leariogaway the wind
pipe and arteries. The boy was ren
dered insane by the terrible affair.
Am I'gly Little Scandal at Chicago.
Chicago, III , July 19 The rela
tions between Duncan C. Bora, tbe
athlete and swordsman, and Rabert
V. Ferguson, his advance agent, are
somewhat s rained. Ferguson is an
English comedian about 35 years old,
who wis connected, until six months
ago, with one of the Madison Square
com pan if s. He was employed by
Rose in Denver, and at that time the
athlete made tbe acquaintance of Fer
guson's wife. She is a pretty bru
nette, about 20 years old, and is known
as Ida Vallance. She is well edu
cated, rich and an orphan. About
lour weeks ago, K :g3, lergusoa and
bis wife came to Chicago and stopped
at the Continental Hotel. Ferguson
was sent to Peoria to arrange dates.
and he sent bis wife to her relatives
in Iowa. He claims she did not go to
Iowa, bat returned to Chicags and
met Ross. Ferguson went on Satur
day morning to Rota's room at the
Continental Hotel. He attempted to
draw a revolver and shoot Rose, but
the latter was too quick. He seized
tbe angry utile Eoglishinon and tore
the revolver from htm. "Now, if you
don't get out of here," cried Roes,
"I'll throw yon out of the third story
window." Fergiron hurried to the
office of Justice Meech to secure a
warrant for Ross's arrest. Ross fays
the s ories about himself and Mrs.
Ferguson are entirely tint ue, and
that he expects to be arrested today,
but says he has no fear ci the result
ol the bearing.
HerrlbleSlabbinic A (Tray.
St. Louis, Mo., July 19. A dispatch
from Carbondale, III., eays: "A most
Horrible stabbing attmy occurred at
Grand Tower late yejterday afternoon
at a picnic held a few miles south of
that place. During tbe dat. Henry
Brown, - Thomas Heckman, Mat
Rhodes and Robert Knox had quar
relled several times, but they were
separated each time before any ser
ious consequence resulted. Nothing
was thought of the matter until altar
the crowd had broken up, when Geo.
Allieon, a farmer paved by tbe place
and found Brown, Knox and Rhodes
lying a few foot from each other mor
tally wounded. Brown lived but a
few minutes afterward. His throat
was cut from ear to ear. and he bore
besides several ugly trainee in different
parts of bis body. Knox and Rhodes
are also terribly wounded and cannot
live. No one witnessed tbe affray but
it is supposed that the quarrel be
tween the men was renewed alter the
picnic and resulted as stated above.
Heckman is still at large and no trace
of him can be found.
Murdered by a Yoaag; Cblajanaan.
Boston, M afb., July 19. Ding Chong
haa for some years: kept a laundry at
No. 6t5 Sbawmut avenue. He had
accumulated considerable money and
had arranged to return to China next
week, where ho left a wife and child.
About 11 o'clock last night a young
Chinaman, probably 30 years olu, who
was evidently known to Chong, but
eeems to have b5en a stranger to every
body else in the ceighborbood, ap
plied to Chong lit a night's lodging.
Chong gave up bis own bed to the boy
and betook himself to the window sill.
About 5 o'ekek in the morning, as
near as can bo ascertained, the young
man arose and murdered bis bene
factor, sUbbiru him fi'teen times,
Chong's body was discovered an hour
or two later, lying on the lloor in a
pool of blood. His trunk bad been
ransacked and about $500 taken.
There is no clew to the mutderer.
Tonne Mr. Clay Captured.
Cleveland, 0., July 19. The police
lat night arrested a man whom they
believe to be Samuel K. Gay, the em
bezzling pension clerk who suddenly
left Pittsburg a day or two since. He
was captured in a house of ill repute
on information by a woman having
recently come from Pittsburg, who
says that Gay kert ber while there.
The prisoner eays that be is not Gay,
but that his name is Samuel Dennison,
a commercial traveler from Buffalo.
In h;s pocket, however, were found
several letters addrersed to Samuel K.
Gay and cards bearing that name.
Tbeee tee prisoner says were given
him by Gay, but he offers no further
explanation. He will be he'd as a
fugitive from justice until the Pittsburg
police are heard from.
Shot in a llonae r 111 Fame.
Chicago, III., July 19. Early yes
terday morning the police of the city
were notified tnat a shooting bad oc
curred at a diarepntabte bouse on
Meridian street. Officers found John
Flanahan lying on the floor breathing
his last. A bullet had entered his ab
domen juet below tbe stomach and
imbedded itself in tbe intestines. He
lived about fifteen minutes after the
officers arrived, but was unconscious
and unable to make a statement. The
two men tbe murdered man and his
assailant were intimate friends of the
proprietress of the house, and tbe
quarrel arore from her refusal to go
out in a hack with the man who did
the shooting. The man threatened to
shoot the wotnaa, at the same time
drawing his pistil. Flanahan stepped
between th?m and a tempted to turn
the weapon aside, when he received
the ball instead of the woman. .
Charged With Bribery.
St. Locis, Mo., July 19 Charlee A.
Davis, an attorney, was arrested this
morning on a bench warrant, taken
into court and placed under bonds.
He is charged with attempting to
bribe certain members of tbe House
of Delegates to support with their
votes the Forest Park railroad bill.
Dr. Wellington Adams, who had
charge of the bill in the 'obby while
it was before tbe House, was arrested
on the same charge lt ba'urday. it
is said tha Dr. Adams furnished the
liioi. ev and n atie advances through
Davie to cert tin delegves to present
tnem with a certain ermunt of it if
tbey would vote for ihe bill.
Doable Mnrder at Janeawllle, Wis.
Janesvills, Wis., July 19. Henry
Search, a wealthy farmer, 70 years old,
and his wife, living a ni'le and a ball
weet of this city, were murdered last
night for their money.
Mr. Henry Pearch and his aged wife
reside two and a half miles touthwest
of this city on a farm. Mr. Search is
76 years old and bis wife about 66.
Thtv livei alone and bad in their em'
plov a boy 10 years old. Saturday
night the boy, who resides in this city,
went hoinew This morning he went to
work as nsMl, and on going out to the
barn found the body of Mr. Search
lying under one of the cows, as if he
had Deen in the act of milking when
he fell. Tbe boy supposed he had
latien in a nt, as ce w-s snDjeci to
them. He wont immediately to the
house, some forty rods distant, to in
form Mrs. Search. He called, but re
ceived no reply. He then looked in
tbe dining room and saw her dead
body lying on tne floor. He informed
one of the neighbors and Dr. Henry
Palmer. Man-Lai Hogan was sion at
tbe scene of the tragedy. On ex
amination of tbe body of Mr. Search
it was found he had been shot in
the back of tbe neck; the ball, a 32
caliber, was found at the base of
the brain. Mrs. Search was shot evi
dently with the same revolvt-r, the
ball entering just under tbe right eye
and passing througe her head. Both
shots must have produced almoBt in
stant death. Mr. Search is quite well
to do and it was generally known that
he kept his money in tbe hcu-e. The
object of tbe murderer was evidently
money. The bureau drawers were
ransacked and money taken, but how
much cannot be determined. They
failed to find $475 in gold which was
discovered this morning. Suspicion
rests upon a farm hand, Edward W.
Moore, who haa been employed by a
farmer in the same neighborhood, who
snddenly disappeared at midnight,
going to Chicago this morning at 7
o'clock. Mcore ws paid off Friday,
and bought a revolver to weeks ago
of tbe same caliber aa that used in the
murder. The murdered people have
one daughter, Mrs A. B, Stbvens, wife
of a Datroit druggist.
THE BEARER OF THE BEREITA
Arrival of Her. O'Brien, the Papal
Ablegatis at Toreuto.
Qcansc, July 19. Tbe eteamer
Polynesian, from L verpool, which ar
lived at Point Lme ta'iy this morn
ing, brought Mgr. O'Brien, Papal
ablegate from Rome and bearer of the
beretta to the Cardinal, Tarcherau.
He was met by Grand Vicar Legare
and proceeded immediately to the
Parish Cburch of .Notre Dame De
Lavis, where he celebrated mass.
After dining he came acroesto Quebec
where he was welcomed by about
1000 persons. Tbe n.aj rity of those
assembled were Irish Roman Catholie
cit'zens, who came to meet their dis
tinguished countryman. A procession
was there formed, members of the
Irish National AsEociation, accom
panied by bands of music, preceding
the ablegate's carriage to the Cardinal's
residence. All along the route the
streets were lined with people, and it
was with great difficulty that the
thoroughfare could be kept clear. On
arriving at the palace the Mayor
proposed three cheers for the
Pope, for the Cardinal and
for the ablegate, wbich ware
Riven vociferously. When the
ablegate entered the palace he was
met by a large number of tbe clergy of
the diocese, who escorted bim and the
company to the reception room, where
the Cardinal was awaiting his arrivtl.
Mgr. O'Brien advanced to the steps oi
the throne and presented his creden
tials, and after an interchange of com
plimentary addresses the ablegate re
tired. Tne Cardinal then addressed
the gentlemen present, referring to the
great honor conferred upon him. The
ablegate wore purple robes. He is
about six feet two inches in bight, is
45 years of ' sge, and has a fine
physique. The city is crowded with
the Americans who will be present at
the festivities at ending tbe dilution
to be given the Cardinal next Wednes
day. About thirty-five priests from
the TJnitfd States have already an
nounced their intention to be present.
Went Anliore In a Foar.
New Bedford, Mass , July 19.-- The
steamer Gate City, Capt. Htdge, of the
Boston and Savannah fcitcannBhip Line,
while on a pasengi from Savannah to
Beaton went ar-h-re on the south side
of the Island of Naushou, in Vineyard
sound, at 7:15o'cli;ck last evening in
a thick fog, and now lies in about
fifteen feet of water. Wl ea she struck
she was goiag under one bell acd bad
a man heaving the lead. She etruck
just ae the man called out, "We have
no water." The steamer William O.
B own went to the Gate City and took
off tbiity-aix of ber fifty-two pawen
gers and brought them to this city,
where they iook the 5:25 o'clock train
for Boston. The rest of the passen
gers and crew remained on the Gate
City, but it ia thought that the Brown
will take them up on tbe next trip to
the steamer.
Typbold Fever.
Charles Hartford, of New Castle,
Westchester county, N. Y., sufiered
with typhoid fever, and was given up
to die. He was restored to health in
one week by taking five Brandredlh
Pil's every night and drinking plenti
fully of oatmeal gruel. A few do-ej of
Brandreth Pills will invariably cure
any kind of fever.
Fourteen Hen Drowned.
Chicago, July 19. A special dis
patch from Halifax savs: Nineteen
men of the British war ship Goabaw
went ashore at Port Royal, Jamaica,
on the 27th ult, and while there a
storm arose. They attempted to re
turn to the ship in the storm and on
nearing the vessel their boat capsized.
The next morning three of the sailors
were found on tbe bottom of the boat
dri'ting toward Port Henderson, and
two on one of the royal naval buoys in
Port Royal harbor, to which they bad
iwni. The other fou.tccn were
drowned.
TJssSOZODONT when yon have eaten j
Use SOZODONT your breath to sweet
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Use SOZODONT and ask no question.
x reserve your mo a'S and yon won t
Regret the use of S0Z0D0NT.
THE CROPS IS THE WEST.
TBI DISASTROUS DROUTH I3TOED
BY GENERAL BAI3S.
Great Suffering la Kansas and the
Indian Territory The Wheat
Tield.
Chicago, III., July 19. The follow.
ing crop report will appear in this
week's lsme of tbe Farmers' lUrieir:
While lrcal rains have been experi
enced in nijny localitiss in the West
and Northwest, in some rases accom
panied by destructive hail and wind.
there have been general rains covering
urge areas and bringing tbe drouth to
an end. The winter wheat has been
harvested in all but some extreme
northern portions of the wheat belt.
Its condition has kept wall up to the
promise it made in early spring. Hay
and oats are being cut and both are
below the average on account of
drouth. Pastures are getting very
short, and potatoes and other rain
crops need rain very badly. Corn is
generally in fine condition, clean and
well advaaced, but it needs rain and
is reported as alrea ly suffering in some
localities. The spring wheat continues
to run down in condition. It is now
too far advanced to be much bene
fited by rains. To the injury from
drouth there is added that from chinch
bugs and, in some localities, rust. Har
vest alone will show its real condition,
but it does not now promise to exceed
50 percent, of anavemge crop through
out the Northwest.
Drouth In tbe Indian Territory.
St. Louis, Mo., July 19. Dispatches
from tbe Indian Territory say: The
droutb still continues over nearly the
whole of the Terriloiy. The range is
rapidly being ruined, and prairie fires
are already burning in every direction.
Murrain has broken out among the
cattle in several localities and many
are dying. Unless we have rain soon
a regular epidemic among the stock is
feared. A dispatch from Topcka Bays
the present dr uth in Kansas is tbe
severest the Stats has known since
1874 Unless rain falls during the
coming week the corn prospect will bo
ruined. The corn is just beginning to
tassel and in a condition where rain is
roost needed. The last general rain
was in the la ter part of June: since
then the weather haa been intensely
not. There nave been local showers
but not enough to be of any service.
The oats and wheat harvest have ex
ceeded the estimates of the State
Board of Agriculture, but from the
present outlook the corn crop will be
greatly reduced.
Kalne In Kaneaa.
Kinsley, Kas , July 19. An abund
ant rainfall here this morning. Crops
have not suffered during the late
drouth, yet this rain puts them beyond
all danger Tbe rain apparently
covered a broad area of the surround
ing country.
DISASTROUS FIRE.
INHERE AMOUNT OF LUMBER
AtrRXED AT ST. LOU.
Total Loei of Fonr Ilnndred Thou
sand Dollars Tenement Honae
Tire at Blew York.
Cm Tirta T.i 1 1Q A A a
which proved to be tbe la'geet and
most des'ractive of its kind that lias
ever occurred in this city, was discov
ered at about 2 o'clock Sunday after
noon in the lumber yards of Knapp,
Stout & Co., at tbe corner of Angelica
street and Bremen avenue. An alarm
was immediately turned in, and two
engines were soon at tbe scene. Tbey
were, however, owing to the poor wa
ter supply, unable to cope with the
names, which were driven by a strong
wind, and soon communicated to tbe
nearest lumber piles, and were mak
ing rapid headway toward the Union
stock yards, the destruction of which
seemed for a time inevitable. The
wind soon shifted to the opposite di
rection, and they were saved, but the
lumber yards were doomed, in the
meantime mora alarms bad been sent
in, and twenty engines were called
out. The water supply, however, was
entirely insufficient for the emergency,
and the Barnes leaped from pit to pile
of the dry lumber with incredible
swiftness. The fire was not
confined to any one portion of the
yards lor sparks and burning splinters
ere carried in every direction by the
wind, and the whole territory of the
vnrds. covering thirty-live acres of
ground, seemed to be one mass of
blazing lumber. The efforts of the
firemen, which would evidently have
been fruitless if directed toward sub
duing the flames, were from this time
cq ployed in keeping them from
spreading, and in this they weie sue
ceH'u). The fire was allowed to burn
itself out, and at the end of four hours
l'."),0O0,000 feet of lumber were a total
loss. The contents of the yards was
meetly lumber of superior grades, and
the loss on this account is very heavy,
J 100,000. The company's s'ahlea were
also consumed, but the horses wero
rescued. The total insurance cannnt
at this hour he ascertained, but is esti
mate J ot $275,000.
Tenement Honae Fire In New York.
Ni Yobk, July 19. Fire broke out
between 1 and 2 o'clock this morning
in tl.e stationery store of G. & A.
Wolf at No. 651 East 16th stree',
whin is a four story tenement house,
tens ted by eight families, numbering
about seventy people. The flames
were eesn by a passer by who sent out
an a arm. The occupants of tbe third
and fourth floors, who had been
awal ed by the smoke ascending
thro igh the building, escaped by run
ning to the roof and going on to an
ad jo nlng building. Mrs. Mober, her
busl and and three grown sons, who
live on tbe second floor, made for
the ' re eccape and in descending the
won in fell and received injuries from
whii i aha will probably die. Mr. and
Mrs. Merkes lived on the same floor
with two children. The couple got
safol to the street, but In their hurry
over! oked their two young children,
Mar i aged 9 years, and Frederick 8
yaan Old Policeman Cox, who in
recognition of his bravery has already
beed praeented with a medal by Con
gress, bearing of the children left be
hind, ascended to tbe room and res
cued them in a half suffocated condi
tion. After the fire had been extin
guished, August Nimbach, a German
sawyer, who occupied a room on the
third floor, was found lying on his
stomach, half senseless, near his room.
He revived on being taken into the
air.
Deatb of a Well Known Philan
thropist. Neiv York, July 19. Mrs. Mary
Fenn, better known as Mary Davis,
died at Orange, N. J., yts'erday. Mrs.
Fenn has been prominently identified
with philanthropic and reform move
ments for thirty years. She was one
of the early workers in the anti-slavery
movement, and waa for many years
wall known lecturer. She pre cured a
divorce in Indiana from her first hui
band, Samuel G. Love, and married
Andrew Jackson Davis, the spiritual
ist and the expounder of harmonial
phiaosophy. The couple lived in Or
ange from 1859 until about two years
ago. Mr. Davis then left her, alleging,
it is said, that he found a Haw in the
Indiana divorce. She made no effort
to contest the suit. She then astumed
her mother's maiden name, Fenn.
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mannfacturera. Aa a Corn Planter, it la a
perfect auoeeaa opena tbe drill, distributed
ihe aeed accurately, nninlured, and eoverd
the aame, thereby one man performlnc the
work of three. The? have been need ia
thia aectlon for over a doien yeara with per
fect aatlefaotlon. Can (ive reapon.ible Uati'
moniala. ddrea
JOIN 11. DANCY.Daneyville.
Haywood county, Tenv-
S250
MONTH. AC-fila vftntH. VOaflte.L
iltuJA V IIUO.SO,lctr.ll.IUa.
DTMtTI
TRUC
uite
IMS
' 1 STl w
iti2
mtt hi mm ptm imTTiMnnimn no
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Hollers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottci
, Presses, Mood Pulleys, Shafting, Agilcultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn .Etixcl Saw 3Vills.
mm- We hare the LARGEST WORKS of the kind in the United State, and will meet
price for mine quality of work. Hend for Catalogue, Prioe-Liita
and TeitlmoniaJa,-
SXemplilti, - - Tvnnentee.
MANHATTAN
AND TEUST
0
OrcaulBod
-o
STATEMENT AT CLONK OF
RFNOVRCES.
Caah on hand and in bank I 27.9H4
Office fliturea MKI "U
Villa diaoounted 41,ttti 62
Bonria and inveatuienta (market
value) . 69,910 20
$140,104 7H I U0.104 7S
rWi, the nndnnigned Committee, hereby certify that we have eiamlned the above
atatement, and Caah, Bill and Inveitmenta, and And the in all correct and aatUfaotory.
We recommend that the auia ot $3500, from the tarnlnga of pait aix montha, be credited to
Surplua Fund. NAPOLEON II ILL.
D. P. 11 ADORN, Preaid.nt. J. t. II ANDWKKKER,
KWD. HOLI1SM1TII, Vice-Prealdent. M. UAV1N.
JAS. NATHAN, Oniblcr. Kintnlning Cnmmlltee.
SEASONABLE SEEDS
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AT CRAI&'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tena.
ANDREW 8TKWART, New Orlearu.
AfRDT Pi'ivsinr o on
0 LHlfnll
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
NO. 856 AND 808 FRONT STIIEET, MEMPHIS, TENS
AHO
STEWART BROTHERS & COKPANT1
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEIICUANT8,
HJEW OIlf.EAWN. rotflNIAreTA.t
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
VOH. 1S A"WT JCO n?nWT Kevntvr MrnfTTTTt
THE PETERS
M. JONES, Provident.' I. F. PRTERH, Vico-Proaldent.
tW. I). F. HAW HIE, Bocrctury and Treaauror.
(NnreraHora lo Ptitetn' Nawrle.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE "MAGNOLIA lilt AND "
30 38 and 40 Jellernon Ntroet.
DinrioTonui
N. M. J0N1CH, JNO. K. SPKRI), I. y. PKTRRSf OK". ARNOT.T), W. f). t. BAWRlF
De Te POltTEli.
Ptamm
8ieo4fMri to FOBTEB, TATLOB ft CO.,
Cotton Factors
A3D
WHOLESALE GBOCEK3,
WO. 10O rWOTST STREBT.
Z. N. EBTEtJ.
8. S.
Z. M. BSTES & CO.
(SVCCENSOBS TO
VLolesale Grocers
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
J? BAIIiLIP,
.PROPRIETOR
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FlaTorliiff Extracts, 8rup,' nuking- Fowlers, Toilet Articles, Etc.. Etc.
OO HmFt'ox'moxx Btroot.
PBATT IN C,
Msantsotarer'a Aisati for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Glni
FfiOER8 AMD C0NDSNSKR8,
AID
SMILEY, SMITH ,:
Hsnntstursri ot
Pratt Eclipse umlsr Ulna, Feu
era and tlln Braalrers,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
ae-ITatt KaTomni-lieail Uioi an-
- J ?qula. Moot now ri,'
CorrinoBilnos inn nriin
olifitoi). Old (iin RilreJ in Kirtt
sat t rJer. All work luarsnletd.
S
COMPANY.
July, 1BOO.
lirSIXKSN, JIWE 30, IHSrt.
MABIMTIC.
Capital ..t 20,0(10 M
Hurplua - 1M (HI
Vroflti (net ti monthi) 3, Hit) tio
Fund fur taxea Mn
Depo.lU IH.ilA 43
a. w. tomlin:
WM. BENJK3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Mala St., Memphis.
Offer apeclal Inducement! In Open Bnaglt
of our own make, at "o Ton buiriioa
our own make, at 11). All work wa
ranted. Call before you buy.
mw Having diapoaed of our entire .took
Vehicle and the Manufacturing benari
ment to Meaara. TOMLIN k UKNJKH, w,
boepeak for them a eontlnnanae of thi
patronage ao long extended to n.
WOODRUFF-OLIVBR
CARRTAdK A HARDWAKK (10MPANT.
ANDREW D. GWTNNB Men i.hli
1
I, DVVII1I1L 11 UUi,
& SAWRIE GO.
U. W. MACBAE.
IkEMM
i i WRIMfCTTW. TCT1
Bl'lCUR.
VT. B. OOAN.
ENTKN, OOAN CO.)
and Cotton Factors
Street Memphis ;Tenn.
Or THE-
EPCCATIOtAly
Clara Conway Institute
Monday, October 4, 1866.
Enrollment Lac' Term, 822
A SCHOOL for the derailment of vtror
ooa, tboufhiai, noble wemanaood.
Thia reeult la reached by breadth and
thorouibnea. of inatrnetion and the avakee
int of patient, earneat endeavor. A ne
and oommodioo. boarding department b.
Jut been oompleted.
The department of dre. makiDf end mil
liner? it added for the flrat time.
In the nhaenee of the Principal, who ia la
Fun;'' r the autruicr, oaulofuee will be
furui bod on api'liceiton (o Mre. K. P. Mor
ton, i2 Aiiuma eirort. or I her will be found
at any of lh oily boon atorea.
4111 1 ., Mt. H AM'AI.nnt MINIKU
i .MilM tHIMi mi the tUavaawlateir
Holvlrrliulr lataionlo. Trey, . T.
The nldeat engineering rchool ia Amerios
Noit term be.ina September 1Mb. The Re
later for 1HM6 oontalna liat ot tbe aradu .tea
for the paat ol yeara, with their poetti ia(
aluo, oourae of atndr, reqeirementa, e
penaea.eto. Candidate ttorn diatanr ,or
thnae livini in diatant State., if .per . el
minationa at their hntnee, er at ae.b r- icle
aa they may be attendinr, nay det. i tiae)
the queation of admiialon withoatv tiac
Troy. For re.iiter and full Informal!." . ad-.
dra.a DAVll) M. UHKhN M. Dirt ..r.
AUGUSTA
SEM1NA1.Y
STAUNTON, VA.
MISS MABY J. BALDWIN, PBIH.
0en. l.t Beptember, 1HIM. Cloaea Jane, 1W7.
Unaarnaaaed location, bnitdinae, .roand.
aiiiHiintmentf. Full corp. teacher.; anr'
valed advantarea In Muaie, Laninaae, Klo
eutlon. Art. Book-Keepini, Phy.ieaJ Cu
ture. Board, etc., with full Inaliab Ooario,
nO per entire aeaaion. For full partle.
an apply to principal for cataloaae.
TflK STATE FKMAI.K COLLIUS
WILT, reopen Sent. I:i, im. Located ia
a healthful and deliihtful anbarb. In
atructlon thorouth, and according to the
moat approved educttional method.
Superior and trained apeoialial. In the va
rloja Departinenta ol Mnaia, Art. Elocution.
Modora Lan.uaiea, Hi'ieure, Claaaica ami
Primer Teachins.
For further partlcu'ara apply te
M1SSMOL1.1K K . MAKMULL Pria.,"l
No. 101 Hohraon .ireet. Memphia.
Uolfo (Iraminur Schools
100 Mnrahall Avrnne,
IiALLTKRM0PBN8 8KPr. 27t. Nav'
1 ber ol pupila limited. There are Mw
vaoanoiea, and thoae deairlni to enter papihl
ahould make early application, elth-r to the
"Advl.ory Committee," or to R. II. RUi.FH.
Principal. Luke W. Pinlay, Ir. D D.
Saunder. Boa. B. 8. llammond, Adtiaonr
Committee.
DK. WAItD'S MKMINABTe
NiaaliTllle. Teaar Real Boatkera
Home for Ulrla. 3.V) (iirla thia rear. A aoa
aectarian aehool. Patmnlaed by men of lib
oral mind. In all eburehea. llnaurpaaaea ia
Muaie, Art and Lancuaaea, For Cataloiae
ddr'HW w' WM-
NEW ENGLAND CONSEIWOIiW
0F MUSIC Boston, Massif
THC LAROGSTtnrl BFtT EQUIPltD hiA
WORLDIOUlnelnirtaiVHaflHHanlalaarl ThOflk.
onab Inatrurtlnnln Voedlkiiii iDatrnmenitMl liualr. rlfttko aVM.
l)ffn Tumtif , V)n Arts, Ontorr, Irunr, k'rtnrk, 0rl
Hiu) fttd llavlUn lnirui, Kaaltali UrchfClTniiatWai
Hiu) fttd llavlUn ln(n,(iii KaRltali ltracSt, (lynma(aca
Ho. "lHiltlon. ftA lo t.V) i bttard uA roon with Httitin lUMknel
ltlMtrlo l.tatit, t4Jt.7!lrM-rm. fall Tdm NIm t-p.
4i.br 0, fm. for ll!iiatrMd fknnau, Hh hill Uft -rtiiiUrorL,
ftn
amine, m. ivniwr.ii rimniie ikl RVflivnt mmm
iiWtnili,e
FEMALE COLLEGIA
HI1NTSVILLK, ALABAMA. TMi-v
eventh aeaaion begin Wedseaday. li
tem ber 1. lHHn. A dealrable aehool for 1 ir
dauvhtera in all Uepartm nta ol Fema:i I
ueation. Supplied with new Inatruo ' a.
fine Apparatua, and a full Faculty. Ci
reaannable. For cataloiuea and term., i r
to A. B. JONKS, 1.D,. LL.D.i Pieaiil
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFORD CO., VIROiNIA.
The Slat Annnnl Noaalnn Opese Sef
leuiber in, INNt),
For catalogue or (racial Information, ep
ply to Rllat ae P. 0 V.
W. R. ABBOT, Pr? n elami;
St. Mary's School,
N. 8011 Poplar Ntree,
NEMPHie, i i i TKNRINfIBB
A BOARDING and Day School for Tonne
Ladle, and Children, under the okara
of the Ulater. ol St. Mary, of the BmliaH
Church. Number of pupila llmlud to 100.
NjtarJwHarnJcjjlnjB
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
Fill V ATE j
MEDICAL DISPENSARY,
No. 17 Jefferaoa Mrc',
(Between Main and Front.) M! ' ' .
IKatabliabedla 1860.1
1 R.J0IIN80N la acknowledge..
XJ tlea Intereated a by far thi
oeaaful pbyaician in the treatment
or aecret diaeaaea. Quick, permant.i a
a-uarantaed in every oaxe, mule or leiuaie.
Recent oaaea of Uonorrhea and Syphilia
oured In a f w dnya without the uve of mer
oury, change of diet or hindrance front
bualneaa. Secondary Syrhllie, tlialaatvee-
iiae eradicated without the uae of mercary.
nvolunaary loaa nf lemen (topped in abort
time. Hnfferera from iuipoUincy or loa. oi
aeiual puwera reator eto ireevl.ir in a fear
weeka. Vlnliinaofa e-nlniKe and eiceaalve
venery, .ufTerlnf from apormntorrhea and
lota of phyaical and mental iiowcr. dieedll
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Dixc-cea n ouien. and
ouroa guaranteed. Pilei nud old norea eared
withoutthe uae of CHii,tioor the knife. All
oonaultatlona atrioily conllilential. MedU
oinoa aout ky eiproaa to all i.Mta t' ie
oountry.
e-VVorklnKirien cored nt h.iH 'he al
rule. Office hour, from it oYi... it.- 9
o'clock p.m. 1). S. J 1 1 1 1 N i ' .J
CURTI
MANUFACTURING CO.
817 nml
XST. LOUIS.
N. Sncoud
MAKTTriCTIjniM Off
SAVS
ENGINES
BOILERS
SAW MILLS
W00D-W0RK1NQ MAftillMPRy
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
Jtf WRIT Id POU CATAMMUIK. t'
JPAPER
A book of 100 narea.'
'Hie heat book for
anadvei tlaer to eon
alt, be be experi
enced ct otherwiae.
jHPVERTiSlNQ
It conliaina liata of
Bewapapera and eatlmataa o the eoat of ad-
verttalnt. The adveriner wbo want to arene
one dollar, finda In it tbe information he roe
quirea, while for him who will inreet on
hundred thonaand dollar a in advertiaini.a
cheiue lai ndicated which will meet hie
every requirement, or can be made to doae
bv aliiht changer eaily arrived at by eorrte!
aponaenoe. una uanurvu aou aii.r-t.Diw
. .. . I 1 I a , M I
nanared ana nriy-inree,
I la.ued. Sent. poatpaU1
sn oan u. A pply to G KQ.
0., NKWSPAPKr AD.
editlona have been lai
to any addrea.lor ten (
P. ROWKI.L A 00..
VEKTIS1NO BUKltAU.lO Spraoe.U (Print-
eg Monae Bqaare . ew ror
Pennyroyal Fills.
' I'll It'll ENTERU KHCILISH.
The Orlalnal aud Oaly laailai2
Bale and alwaya Reliable. Dewareof ' ;
l lmiutlon. Indipeaaableto I.lIKa.
your Drnaalal for " Wrheai.or'B
Knali "and take no other, or ioeloae 4a
(alum pi) to ua forpertioulare njieTTee b-
rbealnirirnilraK.,
liSIH nndlaoa Nqnar, Phlliwla., P"J
aTKAOHaapplied by UKO. CttWDWiS
CW koleenle Aceata, Boelea, Haaa.
819 W
St. V
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