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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-
JULY 22, ism,.
THE CAUSE OF VROF. (JUIM ITS
He Was CLanrf d AVKU Partiality for
Baptists Who Atteutlrd His
Chimb anil Sunday School.
To the Editors of tha Appoal:
Oxr mi), Mibs , July L'O. It been
almost impossiUlB during the past two
weeks to pick up a paper in wrjich
tbete was nothing roncernirg the re
cent asr'i'W of. ttie Bcntd of TnMet's
in vacati g tivi rf the chairs of ttie
University of M'Bwsippi. 0 much
has teen 8 id that it is no longer
dcublful huw t'je pt oi.le of the !St4ie
regtrd tho action, aud what Las been
raid wai jrercally well sitd; and I
feel coLli l'nt that the board see by
this time that its action wkb no ropu
ler muvenitnt. Utr, in all that hag
been vtri ten tbeie are soma points
that I think have not b-en mer.ti nd;
and there is, eareciaiiy, a ve.-y absurd
ramor tfiuu given 68 a rta-on why
vr. A. J. wuncne, p-o esior ot Latin,
wa? not r.-e'ec ed, t'dBt is
not ouy too Hbsurd to en
gage the attention of a jatt
paison whi will consider for
a moment how imprssijle it would
ba foram.m in his poiition, where
the eyes hi the people are upon him,
to re'aiu it uncha'ltrued through all
theee twenty-six jearj that have
passed s me his first entrance to the
universi y, had he bsfn guilty of the
charge, and how improbable it ia that
aeeuilemvn ol bis mttlett ana cm
ture would bo far fo gat bis duty to
toe innr. rcpo eu in cim ana iiie ra
Bponsib lity rebting upon him us to let
acyoth r thon the bist interests of
his pupils it fluence his conduct; but
it is aUo (onif tuing toat win De re
garded by those who have been under
the tutor snip ot tliW gentleman is one
of the mo-t unfounded ami prpcs:er.
oue chn(!- s thit wa ever henrd cf,
tven those whi have but the pligntest
acQU6irjtanc8ith him knowthf.t such
injmtke wi uld heettirely foreign to
his very natue. ThecharneisBouiterly
against till rtason that it is bum?
wh spe ed very s ftly from one to an
oiher, and it ia only v. ry recently that
it came to ha writer's ear. It in com
plaice) th t tfceDo:tor gives better
marks to those wbo attt nd bis cbnrcb
and Bund y school than he does to tie
others. Nev-r fearing that those ho
kuow a 'ythmg nbout this profers.ir
will the r dunce to this ramor, but
thidkiiu that perhaps there might ba
people in the tjtate who, not knowing
th charncte' of this gentltman, might
1 elieve the charge, I thought it a duty
to the ii sti ration as weii as to the
professor to give to the ptiblia my pe -eocal
ki.owede as a former pupil
of his in denial of this charge,
and in order to be tacked op
with prrof in "black and wlrte '
toBiibs a- tia'e anu make more certain
my own kuowieie, I have examined
into t'.e reords of the students in
this dt'pannum. I have taken fivv
clatHB.-, teginmi g with theclassof 1885,
and coming f rward to the fitsbmeu
of the as. jear, taking thorn in their
regu ar ordtr; and t:ave determined
the folio in rftul's in regard to the
five in eccti c tss wto stood highest in
this d- artment during the eDt re
time t'ry were there. In the clasi of
1885 but one ho was among the five
highest wts i f the same church as the
Doctor, ai d th a cne was the lowest
among ; hem. Three of the five in
clats ot 1880 attended the Baptist San
day school, yet their records in
other depar meets were higher than
they weie in La in, showing conclu
sively t.l at there was no partiality
there. N t a 8 ngle one of the five
of the c ass of 1887 wfsevenof a Bap
tist foin ly One in the class of 1888,
also oi, p in the clats tf 1881), belonged
to the Ikpt m Church, and theitneis
all of ilillereiit e'enomicatiocs It
would rdfO le well to ctate here, cf
those wh Bt od among the highest in
his deuinnient, and were al o mem
benc i h'schur. h acd Sandey scnool,
that the diflereiice between tnei' rec
ords ami the records of these below
them waH, in a mcst every instance,
greater in o her d psrtmeiits thin it
was in L.tiii. llnoe, we gee
that ilia nerds of the institu
tion will no' sus'ain anyone in
the slightest Biifpicion of pfrta'ity
atrainnt iIih wtr thy instnntr; r,d
this char0 wi -1 I avu to go, like all tin
others, a tOJ nn'' uudeit to have fur
ther Lot.ii o. 1 1 e recur dj are onen for
all to ju:!gt; for then'Selvcs. 1'ur hei
mrre n ha b on often ri marked by
BtudititBth.il t .ey ki.oiv "if thure was
ever a limn wt o lied to do bis duty
as botoiiirs a trim, nob e Christian
gent'.-iiiA', D . t2'i't'chewisoi,e,' acid
ihat'Mioiu rrl lulbieuca exertedb
his ca ly i onduct" wa "of no inieiior
Afiiiu it ha been asserted by aome
that t!e cour e, especially in L.tin,
was too ior g for the time that w as de
voted to it, "i d that the reeult wns
that tt e Btuden' w b tudied through
and did rol l a nasmucbash- ougu.
At a BUpcrficiHi ghu.ee there seems to
BOinu ).raind lor this assirtion, but
when lot k d at proper y it will i e
seen lh.:t til e is not the fau't of the
teacher. In the fl-at place it is not in
the vower of the teacher to say
what, shall absDlu'ely constitute
the i.tirr ulunj ; that is left for
others to d. ci le and he is pieced
tbera to reach it. In tie
next, pi ko this iattitution proposes to
be wliAt, its n irne siguiflrs and what it
ad vi: rt i-ea to bn a univeiB ty in the
truest Hensa of the word an institu
tion tli; t ia io send out men well
equipped tor th- demands of the dy,
and tb'it ia to k ep on an equal foot
ing with her sib er inEtitutio s of the
aamo c) aracU-r. Hence it is abs dutely
necf sarv, in rder to keep up the
Blariding and crry out the des'gi of
the iunti:iU'Oii, tout this course ahould
not )n reiluc- d, hut should be kept to
the ttr-nsdhrJ of other univirsiries
Thn coii'8f rannot be shor ened
and s.nl be railed a depart
ment of the university. Where is
tte t.viH tie e, and where is the
remedy ti le f und? It is in the t tu
dent. When a student enters the
univers ty he ia si p1 osed to be thor
oughly acqu i t-d with the fujn.ia
ineiital priu. iiiB of the Latin lau
gnuj;!', and only noes there to rut on
the ' iinisUriig touch" aud t-cqui nt
hiuiwlf with the lie.atiire
of tn hii'gi ge. And unbsi a
b y is aula to d h!B he has t o i r.si
in tha Kirvrrtity. The fncultv
biu been tn uhlt d wi h a go id many
ain h unprpart'il rtndenta dur n' the
pant ft-w yearn, und i is from thei
that t'ie u.inipli-i,.t comeH. In hlmost
every iimtanco he e the boy lias
gono thnogh thr pr-par itrrv depart
ment here, aad been trained by the
thmni'crii and able rrinciual O1 t ie
8ft w, 1 rof. I. T. F tzhuuh, V e e j"b
no truubJs when he re'ches the uai
vnsitv proper, tiecaus-! he is abhj ti
go right alorif, a"d from encb a oue
we have no complmit if loo mu'ri
o do, ;
Tlifrr is vet another thing 'hat has
inmi o d;, 1 lwa d I m ri'.g the
ai;.nna; 1 ( i r-tb'jiarBl ip in t ,i un -Tensity
tlan imy other i-a w. I'
Ik, in my opintoi, t::a w;rst pre
vaiiu g evi , and ore thht oaght
to be ttopped. Yet t e profes;ors cf
t ie ui e ves a-e u ter y powil 83 to do
so. TLis tstlie lyatKi.; ot ' iajktrg,
as termed by the stu '.ai ts, which is
simplv the usinc of tre.:.sl t'oi s. k-vs.
tt:., Kst-'ail of working ont their les-
fs'ns for themselves as thev should d
I simp'y mention this in oroer to call
the at ention ot the pet pie to the fact
thftthe professors are ni t to blame
for thestfiiiicg decliuo tf the uciver-
1 have also heard it fated that the
Governor has received letters com'
plaining of the profiwo'g. Th s can
be easily explained. We all know that
when oi e is young ana I able to neg'
lei:t h's duty somi times, he is prone to
'ay the blame upon some one else
J:ist fo it has been with sime of the
stuten's. l'lif y have rn; performed
tbe'r duty as th'eyBhou il and imagin
that the pr. leisor is the can e of it a l.
hence have written their eomnltinta
to their parents, who, of course, will
Kive fullcrtdit to the judgment of
their enn, and therefore have wiitten
to the (Jovernor.
Such kas been the condition of
things at tha university. Soch the
evils and such the causes that have in
our opinirn brought aho ittbe present
ttate ot anatr'. We be ieve the frns
tees to be gentlemen who want to do
what is right, and that they will cor
rect any errors they t-je they have
made, but we thinfe t int there are
things thutare biingirg lu university
down that they know nt o.
THE UMDYISC ONE.
We were five brotherc wit'u nistera three,
Blithe and merry a brinht birds be
John and Peter and -Toe and fiiin
lionry and .Sue and Kate aid I an.
But I alone of that fair five
lo tell the tale am loft alive!
Humble our lot, for we were but flies,
Yet we loved with the love hat never dies.
Rummers come and Summer ko,
Eut the love of ally is not built so.
Tntether at worn, ere the sl-ecer rose.
We buzzed round his pill w and bit his
Together when Nluht had ni -eadber rail
We stuck in beauty upon the wall.
s the note of
So John and Peter and Ilea i ml Dan
Flew to rurtar and fiik and I read;
re night had lallen they all !ay dead,
For the bind of Adulteration there
11 ad set its gin, had laid its stare.
Bread of alumn and cake of ila'ter
Upui them wrought this urea: disaster,
And for sugar tha chemist grim, though
Had mingled glucose and auli hnrio acid.
And he murdered thm, wh, were not his
May the bluest Blue Ruin bite hia nose I
But Joe. my brother, thou went'st not
With thy long lithe legs and thy pate of
And yot, my brother, thy gruesome fate
Was but deterred till the nigat was late.
And we, bereft upon the wall,
n ept togotner our aear ones tail i
'Twas then thy legs Brew stiff Kith fright
And sudden thy wings stood straight up-
"Oh, brother, I die, I fain'. I flip !
My tarsi no longer retain their grip!
'"Tie nitric aoid that cooks my goose ;
'Twas in the syrup I drank profuBol
lit. .v.. i ..... i . i ...
And luck up the death damp from my brow I
"Brother. I die t" 'twas the last he stmke.
Then, reeling, fell, and my heart was broke.
Then a longing wild o'eroame my soul
For the grave for the wounded heart's one
And at dawn, when thesnn rose in his nridn.
jDen ruaneu x xorin io my suiciae.
Ob, give me, give me fly paper there,
It shall end at once my life and despair I
Deep to the poison I bent my head.
And I sucked aa be sucks who would fain be
Though oft my friends had said:
For suicides isn't the proper caper,
The poisoned By lives long," and my sad
But proves the truth of this uuaint old
You ask me why tn cike and h-ead
And sugar I fly not, and so eo dead.
Ah, friend, can I sip of what made them
Of what slew them can I make my tiflin?
Romembrnnro clings, and each thing they
By me forovor muit be refused.
But perchanco they'll make, as the years
A fly paper that wi'l kill a U?
A Imnce for Jny (ionld to Itixtin-
New York, July 21,-Capt. Clurles
Al'en, who wes a' the wheel t.f N .r-
man L. Munros wondeifnl seam
'aimch Ilonintta m the race with Jay
l u'o a steum yai lir NurpriBe at Bhel
t"r I-!and, say be is authi rize'l bv
Mr. Mun o t tha 1- ngo Mr Gould to
a race between the II -uiie 'a and the
big s e m ya'cht Atln a hweelf over
the niuety mi'e course f thi Ameri
can Yacht Olnb. th defect d yacbt
owner to pay itio,iil)U tj the 10 r ol
the ci'y of New Y rk. Capt. Allen
sayBthit the Hennett will not race
again with the Surpr si for a cup ex
cept on the londitiouB that the course
ot the Surprise ehalt hb straight from
New Lord n to Shl'er I aod. and
that the Ilenrier a shall tail around
lhe bu'pr te 'en timH ou'ing the run,
or he will race for th" cup i ver the
ame course ag in at Shelter Island,
tne conditio biir gth-it. the tfenri
e taeha'! make two mi es to the Sur
prise's one. The Henrietta'- lenuth ia
40 loet aLd the A tla ta a 229 feet.
A MONT LIBERAL orrER
Thk Voltaic Blt Co., Marshall,
Wich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Ni-rvous Debi ity, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illus' rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
A Criminal Marrlnae.
Cincinnati, O., Juy 2' A rpecial
f'om G'eembnrg, Ky ay th t Ciem
Bishop, aged 70, wai ma'riid Monday
to R tta Bos on, hie w rd, aeed not
over 9. P.irl on ii a bn kvoids doctor
a-d i reacher, p as'h y wl hoit license
or diploma. II a w fe di d twj or
tt:r"e wei k an, ami th-t neiirhbirs
tt reatened to take from him this gi'l,
wnom he had d ri t d To tr.wart
'hem he procured a l'C-"se aid was
married by David Judd He presei ttd
a c-rt h, at-in m the t i I, t obtain the
bceiiS', thnt ehK as 27 y ara of age.
Tt e oflicml who g ve he I c -nse sub
l.ecte t sjurnt th:i g wr n g and met a
rnesaenger to recal; it, bu' h- reached
th ) p a' e j 's1. af' r h mani gectre
moLy t.a i b-en p' rtorined.
UhkKOZODOXT wi e n von 1 ave eaten :
UunBt.iZOl O.VT jo ir ortath to Bweet-
U KtiZODONJ' t j aid d'g etion;
Uso kOOD()N I' un4 ask i o qritiion.
F vi e-.v ji.uc mo a a. 1 v-u won't
Regret the use of oOZODONT.
OPENING OF THE AXNl'AL FfST
IVAL AT MILWAUKEE.
Fnlly Twenty Ihonsaml Strangers
in the City Tho First Concert
a Urcat Success.
Milwai'kke, Wis, Ju'v CI. Da
hghtful weather nnrks tha opening
day of tho twenty-fourth festival of
the North Americm t-'aergerbund.
The city is full of strangers, aud trains
are arriving hruily with large addi
tions. It is estimated that between
10,01)0 and 12.00D people will arrive
from Uh'cago and St. Luis today
Ine hotels are crowd d, end tonight
ecu witn sleeping via tors w 1 1 occupy
ail BVii ablest aue iu the various hes
ttlries. Some enterpris'i g landlords
have rented large mil 8 and emp'v
s'oies in tha'r neighborhoods and
filled them with cotj. Boarding
nouse Keepers rave iiitea cots by toe
hundred and everv availab'e corner
hes been utilized. In addition to extra
accommodations to be provided by
regular bosrdiog and lojgiDg houses
uuny private residence have ar
ranged t3 cate for a large number.
The dtcorations are more general and
e'aborate than have been seen in the
city at any t me since the peace jubi
lee ctlnbrtt ng the clcte of the
Fratico-Pius:iau war, with per
haps the exception of the s 1
diets reunion in 1SS0. Many resi
dences are handscmejy decorated
with Chinese lanterns, arbor vita
wreaths and des'gns ai d th? flags of
various nations. The principal doner
a'icns are on the butinets streets
whB'6every merchant and shop owner
vies with hia neighbor in making his
store attiaonve. Many of thecaloon
ists have buiit rus ic arches from their
doors to the outer edve of the side
walk. At ttie breweries iheMecora-
tionB are nctably eUborate. The
Ct amber of Commere, the pcsloflice
and other publ c huildiugs are more
o lees adorned. From evtry Hag fctifJ
iu the city a Hag fliee, many foreign
standards beii g displayed as well as
the Star and (Stripes, thus giving tho
sidcuous feature of the fes:ive decora-
ci y a cosmopolitan tBpecr. a cm
tious are thu arches erected bv the
biengenest committee. The general
verdict is that the largest of thnse,
toe cumbrjiis and expensive (true
tnre on Market rjqunre, with i's insig.
niticant fini 1 s ntue is a failure.
but tne iivht and trraceful
arches oi greenery Bat eff
with colored etreamera and! placarded
mottoes, such as the arch on Yviecon
Bin street, near the Ciubhoinf, land
that on Hesd street, a short dittance
eonth of the anion depot, are very
pretty, tatetui anu appropriate. The
Iudianap lis Maennerchrr was the firjt
arrival this morning. They were
quickly followed by the Detroit Har
monic Society. TheGermaniaSaereer-
bund, ot ot. ouis, umiormed in white
hati and linen dueters, came next,
Cloaely f jllowinyr were the Kt. Loirs
Eichenkrauz, the Buffalo Liedertafel,
the fct. L,oui8 Urpheus bociety, the et.
J.ouis urunaen Aiaenncrehor, the bt.
Louis Liederkratiz, Buffalo Urpheus
bjciety, bt. Liours baengerbuu, West
St Liuis Ltedeitafel, St. Liuis, Ten
tinia Getang Vercin, Linisville Lied-
erkranz and the Louisville Social
Maennerchor. Tbe above eocieties
constitnted the arrivals up to 10 o'clrck.
The arrivals for the day at this writ-
ins (2 o'clock p.m.), number about
CI y societies. It is estimated that
there are fully 20,000 strangers in the
C ty. At 2 o'clock the Chicago Con
tingent, 1200 ationg, with four bands
nd drum corps, arrived via tbe
Cmcago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
toid. They were received with much
eathutitsm. Each society had some
aiatingaisDing feature one carrying
white umbrellas, another was uni
formed in blu suits and white beaver
hats. Tbe whole presented a credit
.wtyrK. ine crowd at the opening
coocort at the Exposition Building
toolitbt was the la'geit tnat ever
sembied in tivs city the anair was
a great success, and everything passed
Fourth Dy or the OlolirHlloa
Auolher II lie ProerfcNioii.
Albaxv.N Y., July L'l. Tim fourth
day i f the B centennial l)tg-.n mo-t
aiifpicioiis y. Mnj. Janus U. Wood-
vtardwa. itrand iuarahl of tho day
ai d Col John S. McEwaa was iiis
i hiof of ttuff. 'I he procession wan
wade un cf eiaht divisions. Among
thoeewho rodo at the head of the
line was the Indir-n chiufiain Josopli,
the Burst sees ljrps, autinK as escort
to the flavor, m-mbera of the Ci'v
Council ruu city oflicials, who rode in
cartiagev. Among ihn vieitrrs were
the delef ites who have come from
Halltndti take part in the cslebra
tion, and r iemb rs of the Hollaad So
ciety, of Iew York, accomi aoied by
a committi a of the local llo land So
ciHty. Fi ilowitK theee etame uni
formed Odd Fellows, Knighlaof Pyth-
lfs, LBieuom-iii Bucieues, iiie rjneon
ditionals, and numerous other local
and viai icg orgarizations. Among
tbe more noticeaoie Matures in lhe
linewrraa b.nii of Caughnawa In
dians and a decorated wagon bearing
the firBt lo motive used on the Dela
ware and Hudton railroad. The great
feature of whe procession, however,
w 8 tbe par ide of the firemen. The
firemen ere warm y greeted as they
marchdd th ough the lioei of specta
tors, and nc eo( thetn more cordially
than tbe Old Vterans from New York.
At the grai.d stand, at the park, the
proc-ssion waa reviewed by Gov. Hill
and Mayor Thatcher. Shortly before
tbe procession started about twenty
members of the lloll.nd Society, cf
New York aod fifteen membera tf
tbe Hollanu Society, cf Albany, ac
companied by Gun. R ger Lenox
Bunas and noer members of tbe An
niversary Commit ee, escorted to tbe
Mayor a tUice toe torse viaitors from
Hoi and, whotrrived here la3t nieht.
Tney are Dr. F. Blom Cns'er, phyei-
c an to tne uueeo ol Oollanri, and
Herman M. J. (Jester, ir.. and Cheva
lier Antotiins de Jone. of the Uni
versity of Leyden, who were dele
satea to represent their country at ihe
bicentenary, lhay were intioJuced
to M yor Thatcher and pres n ed to
him aud to tie rit z na of Albany a
foimal g'ee ing from the Burgomaster
and Council ol the Hairoe. enitrosaed
on paicbment and hai-dsomely illu-
m nnt-d Th ' Mayor bade them wel
come and expressed great set sfac ion
at tha ct urtey and goodwill of the
ci'izena of the Hrgue, of the city of
Ama'eidam, aud ot the University of
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llnmpbrevi'Mrd. Co., 109 Fulton Bt., N. T.
HOMEOPATHIC f f
SPECIFIC No. 60
lit iHj-.ui vi tn . The only wirprsiif nl tenifii fur
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Pnisli ntmii, fnun uvrr-wtn k or otlu-r biihi-.
lt p.T vimI. or 6 vinlti und turn" '"ml jinmter, for iflk
in.i ii v lhtrudiri'iH. (iri- !it pti-ipMid ! roufiptol
priut. Uuiiiitirc)Bllrdiiineo., mu tuimn oc, n. i.
W. N. UALDEMAN.
President of the flrent I.dt'ISVlUr. COU
K1EK-J0UKNAL CO., tells nat
he knows of
Wintersrnith'8 Chill Cure.
Ot rrcc or thr Coi'R'rfR-Joms!,,
L Utl VII.1.K, Ky.
Dr. Win! tmilh. Sir I rf.iire a rulo I have
observed foi runny years, tho valuo of your
remedy prcimptinir mo t" Hny, in reply to
your rc'iuea what I know of your Chill
Curo. i'lio invato aa3urHn"s of its cflicnc
I had. and tha eoml results its f fleets
had obpervod on Mr. H. W. ..tereditli, who,
lor nioro than tllteon yearn, naa oeon toro
man of tnv ofBce. induced me to tout it in
myfnmilj. The ro.-ults have been entirely
satisfactory. The fimt cafe was of two
years' standing, in which I believe every
known remedy bad been tnea Willi tempo
rary relief- the chills returning periodically
nmf wirh srflminirlv increased severity.
Your cure broke them at once, and there has
been no reourrence of them lor more than
six months. The other case was ot a mildor
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedleii! hut the ehills would return at in
tervals until your medicine was uned, since
woicn time, now several monmsuiey nave
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had to judge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure iai
valuable specific, and perform! all you
promise for it. Hespectfully,
ARTHUR PETER i CO., Agents, Louis
1 .Me Hamedy tor Livftr CouiclttiutBnndilnraiin
u or lurrtKi onnuiiiunui mo Livfr. am n
I'fMitloo, HiIioumiicm, Jauttdinfl, Hi aiiiu'
Su (fit '! u- -m, rta. It ri'(tnili !ht btrwiltinr
t!it'. l-'t--!, lrftntiiui tha trin, aniafu illeMtiui
All" INVl.irABLlB TAKll.Y MEDICINE.
rhouBonct of testimonials prove. tmorH
ANX iiKUOtilBT WIJ-L TV1.L YOU Tit UKPUTATKlN
A Valuable Patent.
Danej'a (Horse) Horn d Pea Plan.
HAVING perfected my Invention, I wish
ro place it before the poblio, especially
munnfaoturers. As a Corn Planter, II is a
perfect socoess opens the drill, distributed
tbe seed accurately, uninjured, and eoverd
th same, thereby on. man performing the
work of three. The- have been used in
this section for over a dosen years with per
fect satisfaction. Van civ respotsibl Ustl
JOHN U. DANCr.Vanerrlll,
: If Tea Bay D)sa
cojpmon porous plaster which yon can get
for a song at any of th. Cheap John druggist!-yon
have merely thrown away your
money, for on. Benson's Capein. Plas'erls
worth them all. Th. reason Is this: Ben
son's Is Iheo' ly porous plaster in the market
that is honestlv and skillrully made and sol-
entifioally med'eated Others ar. no "ore
than nominal imitation of lienson s. Iney
are cheap because ther pos'ess nnn.ol the
ingreoirnu which render Benson's valua
ble. The Utter are prompt to act, pleas
ant to wear, and cur. in a few hours ail
ments which others will not even relieve.
Tbe publ'o are especially wa'ned agnlnst so
called "Oapsicii," "Capnicum.'' 'Oapu
oin." or "Caisicin " plasters, as worthless
articles intended lo deceive. Ask for Den
son's, and look for the" Throe Seals" trade
mark aud the word "Capein cot In tbe
it vmr Mir ni nn nim i iin m a nnrmn nn
W 11(111 IS I IK 111 I 111 II 111 I I llll II I H I 111 H I It
IW'Xl Air H0ME0PAT1I'C
TOHIH HC4LTH THC UIVCR MOTBC IN OB05J
JFS'.'-.r:':'' ' ii
14 rift $ !t!Kj3
iiiiiiiiiiiiiv t v n i. ii iv n nn. i1. i.
and riant at ion Work,
ASD DEALERS IN
Corn and Saw HVEillss.
Mr We have the LARGEST WORKS of the
prices for eaino guality of work,
IN T I
STATEMKXT AT tl.OSK
Cash on hand and in bank 1
Bonds and investment!! (market
II. (kill tM
", the nndorsigncd Coinni'tteo. heroby certify that we hnvo ennilned the above
statement, and tash, Bills and Investments, and find theru all correct and satisfactory.
We recommend that tho sum ot (vHIC, from tbo turnings of pant nix in. mill-, be oreditod to
burplus Fund. NAPOLEON 11)1.1,.
H. P. 1IADDEN, President. I. il. II ANUWKHKER.
EWD. OOl.DSMh'U, Vic.-Pre.id.nt. M. UAVIN. 'r',m'K
JAM NATHAN, Cn.hior Kviiminlnrr Committee.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
ANLKKW rtTKW AKI, Kew orl,u.
STEWART, HE & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factor
NO.S5II AWD 858 FKOJKT
COTTON FACTORS AND COMSISNIOK MERCHANTS,
KF.W (pKT.KtlVN. I.ft,fA. ' .
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
1. JONES, President. I. F. PEi EKH, Vlce-Pre.-ident.
W. I). If. HAW RIE, Pecretnry and Treaeuror.
(Nlicrnanor lo I'l'li'tVA Nnwrli'.l
MASiUFACTUKEKS OF HIE "MAdlNOl.l A HIUND"
30 39 nnd 40 JeUcrMon Sin-t-l.
N. M. JONKH, JNO. K. RPRRD, I. F. PWTKHS, OKO. AHMOI.D, W. T. ?. BAWR1
Hicceewa to FOBTER, TAtLOK
WO. IDA rPOUTT RTP VT.
Z. N. EHTErJ.
Z.N. ESTEScfe CO
Vl Mes ale Grocers
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
JSm P. BAILiuIF,
FRENCH CHEMICAL vORKS
AND MANCFACTl KER
FlaTorlnf Extiactn, HjrnpM, liukim;
GO ai" afTeraon Btroo
ATT ix ci
Jlnnutacturcr's Agents for
lMiiol Trull otluu Uii
FKEDKKS AN DCO.N DESMOID..
SMII.KY, SMITH V Ci
T . Manufacturers of
I'ralt i: ll llmltr tJiim, let,,
era mill Win Krnlrr,
US to 101 Fiipbir St., Moinphla
B"l'ratt Hevolving-llcii.l Uinf lino
' lunlcd. Mnck now t't.p' -'coi
reduced. Corrcipomlcnce ana onien
' olicitcd. Old ) in n Kei'iiirml in First
ass t'rdor. All work gtniriititood.
MAXITACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Boilers ami Tank Work, Cotton Uins, Cottc
Kmm1 rnllejs, Sliat'tiiirj:, Aa;iicultural
kind In the I'nited Ntntos, and wUl mot
bend for Catalogue, l'rice-Liata .
l.l A ill l.l n i:s.
Profits (net ri months?..
I'und for tuios
..$ jo.ono no
... l.rm on
.. ;;,8isi o
G. W. TOMLIN " WM. DKNJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Beujcs,
179 aialu St., Memphis.
Offer special Inducements In Open "Roagii
of our own make, at din; TopLuggieK
our own make, at 1120. All work wai
ranted, can uerora you our.
ty Having disv ised of our entlr. stock
Vohlcles and t'.e Manufacturing Depart
merit to Messrs TOMLIN k llKNJhH, w
bespeak for them a continuance of tb
patronage an long extended to us.
PARRIAOKA IHKIiWAHK COMPANY
ajjUKISW u. m W K JNWJS mh.. phla
STWKET, DtJNPUIM, TUJM
m k COHFAHf
& SAWRIE CO,
t i V ' ' '. T'
VT. B. DOAN.
KNTF.N, DOAN ".I
and Ciiitin Factors
Street, Mr: riphis, Tenn.
OF ALL hi ;
.I'lttK, tic, H' i
rrmiMsuK urtmv us na'F. m vim
KJ8 a li IS l0 ft !
tiara Coinvy Institute.
Wii.l. tti:oii: :
Monday, October 4, IS86.
I'.iiritllinent. Lift Term, 822.
Sl'llOOL for the development of vigor
ous, tliMiighiu1, noble wonuinh'iod.
This result in reached by broadth and
tlpiroughiii'Ms f instruction and the awaken
ing ot pain m, earnest endeavor. A new
and coinmcdi. ui hoarding department h
juid been ciouidotcd.
lhe department nf dress making and mil
linery is added lur ihe f rst tinio.
In the nbseiice . f ihe Principal, who i in
hump, f r the summer, eatnlogues will bo
furni-hedon ' i ' i .inn to Sirs. E. P. Mor
tem, U Ad hii eirort, r tliey will be lound
at any of Ihe cily I k mnros.
'lll.,m(lltM( ,!, M.I.U
JIM III - ti in th,. k, nsnrlio-r
I'oly li t lime iisllim,., I roy, f. .
The oldest enginrenrg -.hool in'Amerira.
Neat term benns .S'pteinOt-r ISth. The Reg
ister for is-, r, Titmn .1 1,. i nt the gr.iduntes
for the mst 01 years. v ith ihoir positions:
also, course f study, r.-m ronirnU". ex
iwnses.etc. L'andt.i to. ir m h .listance, or
those living in dislunl St u,.., i y t.e(-ial ex
aminations nt their hoiiire, nr ;it micii sclioula
as tliey may be utliiooiot, mny detennine
the qiientiun of iiduiisiiion wiili.,m vi.irins;
Troy. Eur retintcr and lull i'lf.irmniion.atl
dress DAVID M. UKKKNK, Dire .tor.
TCI EM AlK S tjlNUY
KTll IOV, VA.
MISS MARY J. IIAI.IVL, l'KIX.
fjpens 1st Septemher, ISS'l. rinses Juno, 1SS7.
tnsurpassed lucatinn, liuildinns, grounds,
appointments. Full corps touchers; unri
valed advantages in Music. Lnncungr". Elo
cution, Art, lliink-Kooiii ng. Physical Cul
ture. Board, etc., wilh full Krmlinh Course,
UnO per entire i-esslnn. Por lull portiou
ars aoply lo princtiial fur ciilalnguo.
THE STATE Fi'M.Vl.TToi.Ll (4E
WILL reopen Sept. 1:1, liwit. Locnted in
a henlthl'ul and delightful suburb. In
struction thorough, and according to tha
most approved odtica'ionnl methods.
Superior nnd trained soocialisls in the va
rious Dopartmtnts ol Music, Art. Elocution,
Modern Lsntuagos, Sclonco, Classics anil
For further prticu'ars apply ta
MISS Mill, I IK h MAKMIMI, Prin., 1
Nn 101 Rih..pun sircet. Mcinohi.
Kollc (Jraimnar School,
UHt NiirHhiHI Atenno.
"Ij'ALL TKUM oi'HNS SEPT. 27th. Num-i-1
bor ol pupils limited. Ther. are low
vacancies, ' nd llmpo deiiiritig toenter pupil,
should make early application, either to tha
Advisory Oonitnitlco," or to ft. M. KOLER.
Principal. Luko W. Kinlny, Dr. I). I.
Saunders, Hon. E. ti. Hammond, Advisory
IC. .V X UtilAN:MI.V It Y,
Nakhylllr. Tnn Real Southera
Home tor (lirls. :V0tlirl this year. Anon
sectarian school. Patmnixod by men of lib
eral minds in aM churcbin. I'nsurpassed in
Music, Art and LsPKinigcs. pur Catal ogua
jfdress lK. w, r; wm,
NEW ENGLAND CDNSERVATORYi
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass.i
THE LARGEST sn.l BEST EQUIPPED IntU
WORLD lUllii.tnirloM,,.1NlANOMl,.it,Urt .eer. Thmfc
diik'i liimruetlim In Vn.kUiiiI Itirtrunlt-tiUI Mu.le, I'lamiaat
OrKmi 'I'unnig. Fine AM., Omtorr , I.IO'rKlnre, I'renrh, ler
mail 111(1 lUIUll lnrneK., KnglUh llrirlie.,(l) tnnaKlne
etc. 'I'utlloii, ..1 to .JO i liiianl kiiiI riMim w llh Nle.in II c.t wit
Klectrio l.igtii, tuto;)irrO'riii. Fnll Term Ooiiin. dtp.
latnlierll, IHMI- For llln.lmtit c.letiil.r, wltli riilUKroniiMtlon.
adjrni, JirOIIIUKK, Dir., t iankllii N., IIDM IHIN, Mta
HUNTSVILLE. ALAIIAM A. Thirty
seventh session begins Wednesday, tSep
tember 1, lHmi A desirable school nr your
daughters in all Departtn nts ol Kemale Kd.
ucation, (Supplied w th new Instrument.,
flue Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Charge,
reasnnahle For caalog!is and terms, apply
Virginia Military Institute,
I 8 In fall and successful operat on nnd sun--L
plies its enlarged course of sysien atio
instruction at a ooot much below I tint of in
stitutions of like grade In this c uutry. For
oats lognes, address
yRANCIrj II. bMITH, Bupeiinteedent.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BKIiruHII 4' , t lRHINiA.
111. aiat Annnnl rtntlea Open. Heipi
rniiiir in, sniva.
For cstslogue or special Information, ap
ply to Hcllovnt. f. O,, Va.
W. It. ABBOT, I'rtnrlpnl.
St. Mary's School,
No. sn'i I'niilnr Nlr.nl,
MEMI'lll. I i i i i TKM.N KSSKK
All!) KDINtl nnd Day Hchnol for Young
Ladles mid thildren. under trie charira
of tho Mistars ol St. Mary, of tho Rnglish
Church. Nil iilior of pupils limited to loo.
Nctt schnol lerm beirin. SI. ilyinl. r tftllll.
DR. 1). S. JOHNSON'S
.No. 17 ilelTtTSfn. Sir t tt
(liotwecn Mm I n And Kr-nt. v i;U'
I Kvtiiltimlmti in 1.!
OR JOHNSON lMirkiinwle-lL;. by ; par
tiOJi iiiicroiitivl ii by tur inn.-L hbo-
cgDnfitl hyHi'iim iu the trnuMimiitof i rivtitn
urxperut diHousnn, Quirk iiernntiieiil I'unttt
fuflrnntnrtl in every mm, umW ur Ut .
lociint ounn ol (Junorrltri uul lviihili
curotl in a t w dity wiilinut tlm ue nt' mor
nury, ohaiiKO l lut nr himlrnne trum
himtneHH. iSoonrulary Syi hilt, tho Lift vol
tiKOflradicntoil witltoul tho tiho of tnoivurjr.
Invulunmiry lono of npuhhi .U(1 iu Khurt m
timo. HufUirfirn fpim iuiiKitrncf or loon of
exual h worst red tor u tn f ru v itor in a fow
wonKii. v let l in d ol e-anuso una exsHdivo
vonery, nufiori' u frorn iinniiiilorrhoa nnd
l..--..f ...i ...I ......... ..l.l
lM "I I'lljniini un iiiuuiir,! "'wnr. Dnunj
and poriiiHiKitilly ti'iiil, I'.irticuiar atten
tion (mill to tho liHo:iK(i n Uoidoii, fiad
curni gtiariintoml, V' ami M iireH ourod
without tho un of oiiu-lK'or thn knilo. All
O"nnultiitioni" Ntridtly miiitlilonlial. Medi-
china Kent by fHirenn tall purta of tha
JUT VVorkintf mo i (Mirml at hnlt tho ual
nttcM. Ofllno hours fnnu H o ihi'k a.m. to a
oVlonk p.m. I. S. JoMNS'tV, M..
lt K A U K H I I T W
No. MIC!., R 1) Chmcory ("mirt o" Hie'by
con ,iy Ma .ot ienr:o ?eo v.-. J. L. H ae
iiw et ai.
1JY virtue nfnn In'er ' C i'ci v lee rco for
J J sle erle ed in th" a''o c ..mum, ihe
4t'idnyol J. mi rv, 1 Mi vt 11.5 t. o 1, I
Will sitll, nt puhlic iitii'rtiM. t,i il;,. h . iBit
Ii dtler, in 'r.'ii of tl.o i'lTk a n l M.-it'
offico ooii'thi.iiH ut h(l ihu ly, M.UU-
pu s, ronno're. ou
Sin iirilny. angii.t Jl IH,
with n lonl h'u s. the rit.iwu i' ii ;)..Tiiicl
roperty. mimi lud in .-h iliy c u ty. 1 o-
no m e lo.wit :
Lot 14. hi ck 2H, fronting Ml ei t on 'lie
ith nl" of Hiot w;iy. northeiisi co ncr of
al'ey e ist ur Kurh "treet.
Lt ID. b ock '.tl Iron. ii g l ect on lhe e'C
MU o fxth street, "(I t .1 norlii ot ' Ubuma
st'e.'t, 10 h w .rd. by a depth ol l.'ff1; ten.
old property St h. r. L ion-y and 11. t.
i!S, block 11, Ironiing io lost on th
fouih ride if l)r"dw.,y .trcit, oiitht
cof"er ol si e? e.'tst. of Heeurjil .troit, 10th
ward, hi adoiiill I 17d e-t
Lot 2t. bid 11, in nting 2Ti Let on th.
si.u'U side f llro il j nree'. adjuiDing lot
2S). bv a den b "I I 0 . ...
L.i y. J M . la e s uoitivis on, rooting
leer on the ! sole f 'ilk r on srreot.
our ih was O'irn-r o ilo'ii. s'reel, ova
inhoi IfVi e'. .-old as property of Jane
Ora ord I avi
L.' 20. lol siionvt' 10", Kl leeirroniou
ho h o'bsidxoi tleiogm st re'. Ml fee west
t l'Knilei s'r'. t, br a depth ol I TO leet.
L l.i Hand ft! n'lokl, A. Wri.-hl's suhdi.
vi r i, iront i on t'i t "n tne s oi Mue oi
He r a " re t HI ret et o. rt'right's ave-
!j il . o fn ' 'e. I i , .
ruis ol i
tn ... "
i t . I.io r
in t 0
S I vl II
ii h credit n -tg montns;
v. boa'iig tiitfr..t. ra
il; re leiup i.io b.trred.
LI., 0 e-k and Master.
i.put ' . nd M.
' ' l. ..i, c al st in
es o exp -cling to
: - .i ii "Ced 'o procur.
Olio " 271 lio St.,
. :'i re. Sic hour, V to 4.