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MEMPHIS, TENN.. SUNDAY, AUGUST 8. 188G.
VOL. XLVI NO. 187
The Pope bag ordered Cardinal J
cobini, the papal cecretarjr, to dee
patch to the power circu'ar notify
ing them of the Vatican's decision to
establish diplomatic re'atiouB with
China and explaining the expediency
of the step.
TuKTope condemns the "detestable
abuse of cremating human bodies,"
and by a d( cree of the Riman Inquisi
tion, dated May 19, 1836, Catholics
are Lrbitlden to join cremation so
cieties or ti order their own or the
Ijcd es of others to be cremated.
Ttis Mexican Minister at Paris baa
communication to the papers in which
he says that a conflict will not arise
between Mexico and the United States
in connection with the Cutting affair,
He concludes with the statement that
Mexico is perfectly tracquil.
Gen. Beaver, Republican canii
da'e for Governor of Pc-ncsjlvania, is
the chief stockholder in aa iron and
nail company which violates the law
of the Slate forbidding tbe use of any
form of store orders far the payment
of workmen. This will hardly com
mend him to the support of the work'
icemen of the State and should sub
ject him to punishment.
Inventor Ksely has givan another
exhibition of his "motor," and tbe
stockholders, as uiual, declare that
they are quite satitiled with the way
it performed. As Mr. Keely has lived
comfoitably off the proceeds of h'
machine for several years, and
promises to keep him profitably em'
ployed for a further indefinite period
it certainly cannot be regarded as
failure from his standpoint, at least.
It is announced ot the City of Mex
ico, on apparently goad authority, that
United Slates Minister Jackton has
resigned, but that Secretary Bayard
has not vet accepted his resignation. It
is sr.id that Minfetr Jackson's resigna
tion hes no connection with the recent
border troublep, as It was filed in June
last. Mr. Jacks m has had the conn
dence and rea e tot the Mexican Gov
ernment and the American residents
of Mexico, and has in every way given
general eatisfaition. It is not known
who will be his successor.
juubkrt u. Thompson tned poor,
The lijader of the Cuoty Democracy
in New York, who had ben a power
in the councils of his paity, owned no
real estata and Lis peisorial property
did not exceed $2000 in value. To
an Loneet man the lesson i plain. The
. man who goes iut politics expecting
to make a f ortune and at the eama
time keeping in 'he paths of honesty,
will be disopFoioted. Wherever you
see a man who is g ttirjg J3000 or
$4C00 a year in a pubiio office build-
ing $iu,wu and tl.'.WJU bouses, you
may be sure that man is either a thief
or a blnckmai'er.
The action of the Memphis bar on
Friday last in indorsing Mr. Frszer T.
Edmondeon for the office of Attorney
General echoes the Bantioiect of every
member ef the profession who knows
him, not ocly in West but in Middle
and Ejst Tennessee. Few, if any, of
the younger lawyeis of the Hate enjoy
a reputation so enviable. Splendidly
fitted by nature and training for the
practice of the law, lie has risen rai id
ly, building his reputation npon tbe
solid foundation of bard study and
close application. Well read, a
'logical and powerful pleader,
eloquent npon occasions, the Supreme
Court could cot do a tutdcomer thing
than to select him for the position to
which his enp rior qualifi a ion,
joined to his popularity at the bar,
give him every rigU to apire.
The Treasury Department will soan
issue tbe new $1 and $2 silver cer
tificates. The $1 certificate will have ss
its principal feature a vignette portiait
copied from the S.ewait picture of
Martha Washington. It is of large
s'ze and occupies a p'ace at the left
hand of the certificate. The f 2 cer
tificate will have as its principal feat
are a fine portrait of Gen. W. S. Han
cock, taken from a photograph se
lected by the family cf the Gen
eral as the one preferred by
them. Tbe designs for both these
notes have already been prepared by
the Bureau of Eugraving and Print
ing, aad proofs furnished to Treasurer
Jordan. The main object in the en
graving has been to obtain security
through fine work, and it is believed
the free nse of lathe work, tr gather
with fine pcriiait work, will make
these notes practically impossible of
A carkfoj. analysis of tbe votes can
at the last general election in Great
Britain is very in'eesting. In the 423
contests by wh'ch 444 of the total 609
members were returned, tbe Tories
and Liberal seceden bad a majority of
70,445 in a poll of very nearly 3,000,
000. In tbe English county constitu
encies, returning 234 members,
the anti-GIadetonians had a ma
jority of 11,864 in a total poll
of 1,085,306 vo es. In the English
boroughs returning 226 members, tbe
Unionists had a majority of 01,100 in
a total vcte of 1,215,362. Tbe Tory
majority in England was 103 762.
Gladstone bad a m ijor ty of 11,578 in
Wales, and 27,421 in Scotland. The
new House of Commous is composed
ss follows: Tories 317, L'beral Breed
ers 75, Gladstone Liberals '191, Nation
alists 85, Speaker 1. Total ftti9. Ma
jority against home rule 116.
GETTING IJf MUPE FOB
CABTAIGX IN 1888.
Iucri-ascd icliv.tj la ill tie States
Neat Political Work InGeoi
gla Freeman's Rijectiua.
I8PI0UL TO TBI iPPEALj
Washington, August 7. "Some
thing is s'irrii g the Southern Repub
lican party up, Kmatked fie United
States Marshal for one f the far
South States net lore aro. "For
almost ten years it eeenWtj be dead,
but it hes started this euamer and is
growing vigorously in every State
South, where, except in Virginia, it
seemed to nave d.ed br want ot
official pap. What are thay doing? I
will tell yon, in my own State tbey
are active and will nomiinte a full
ticket. When they held 'heir S'ate
convention in Aikamai last week
every county in tbe State was repre
sented. The fignificunoe of this is
tbat some uncommonly potent in
fluence is at work. Met far away
from LUtle Rock woild sevtr
hava taken the time nd spent
the money necessary o attend
the convention unless there was
some excellent reason for ooiug so. In
Miesiisippi they propose to cnnt--st
every nomina ion the D-imtrats make
for Concrete or State cfliuei. Iu Lou
isienaihey mav combine v th one of
the Democratic f ictions ant tt.us con
trol certain portiorsof Ui State. In
Georgia, if Mi l Bicon s1 odd run as a
bolting csnd date against Gan. Gor
don, tbe negro vrte will l controlled
in hia (Bacou's) fivor." t
"Well," int ien'ed yovtrc irM'pond
en, "what is a 1 this tending t jI?
"The leaders uri drlltrj; th party
and Rotting it in Laud f r 1888. ITnat's
what it means, and it becomBs the
Democrats to ba exceedingly wry or
tbey will be beaten by over confi
dence," was the reply,
NEAT POLITICAL WO EI IN QK0K3IA.
"Some neat political work wal done
at the Georgia Convention last veek,"
observed a very level hede Con
greesman frcm one of the S ana ad
joining tbe g'eat-st of ttye Koufhern
commonwealth'. "I mean in the Joan
imoua adopti in of the eaion of Abso
lution indorsing President Clevejind's
policy, civil serviieand all, wittoat a
diesenting voicn." Ti;e s'lsuificaiceof
this action is g'ea'er than if, Vould
seem to be at fist glance. Thefirat
important SUte Convention thni hes
bam hi-Id eince Pr-adent Clevel nd's
policy has been ful y d-fined an un
derstood is that which nominated
Gen. Go'din for governor of C-driia.
As tbe preliminary cauvais bad Veen
one of unusual interei t eveiv count v
in the Rate was represented. If there
is any Sinte in which the old Demo
cratic idea (that tho woik of
carrying into eti. ct the pjIicv
of tuat pa-ly aa only
bo intrusted wita safety to thosa who
believe in tht parley's crnd) iH vory
mucn euve it w n tne one i am sneak-
icg of. The un n mom patp;we of
the rtEO'ution mdoisi.'c the IVbei-
dett's policy in tb most influt-nt al
Southern S ate wnsas neat a proof of
political management, as I have ever
seen. It looks as if Gordon s fnei ds
ate working to secure fnr him tha
secend plnce on ih PresidoLtial
ticket in 1883. Ho rep.tsm.ti in the
highest di gree the energy and the
liberal views of thn Huutb, tnd is
st,ong with (he soldier element at
nome, and tnrse tt la:s nave given
bim au exceptional popularity in the
west and nortn.
MARSHAL FBEEMAN'S BIJECTION.
The rejection by the Senate of J,
H. Freeman as Marohal of the West
ern District of 1'ennei see, is attiiou
able to bis de'eroii ed warfa-e upon
the moocsuincra of tht, siction
While he wai djins his duty tithe
great satisiicuon oi tne l:partm-nt
of Justice, he was moit ille oflei ding
certain class of cit zet s. and thev
would come tn him and ay: "You
are a Democrat, areu t you? W-li
what do you m an bv suon p oceed
ipga? We were to d ttat w ii-n the
Democrats came iuio pow.r therj
would be no more meddiinir w th
men because be made a lit e wbii-ky
witnout paving tae tux on it. Hr,
Frjeman would say that wboevir
made such a statement 1 ed. end that
the law to prevent the rranuUcure
of illicit whisky was ail on the
sta'uie bonks and w u d b enf Tied
iu bis d s'rict as f.ir ai h as abld to
enforce it. The ii fi le c wh'cO he
thus antagonized was si fliciei t ta ee-
cute bis rej 'ctiou by the Senate.
CONORS SMAN m'mILLIN
leaves for Car huge tomorrow aftor-
coon, ECComiMi it-d bv Mr. Welch.
one of the cumm:ttee reporters of tho
OKN. ATKINS TO SPEND THE StJMMBR AT
PA HIS, TENN,
Gen. J. D. O. A kun. CnnimiRsionpr
of Indian Affairs, left Wa. bington to-
u'gni in a m ntn s vint to ins borne
t Par s, Teiin.
The Oleomarcarlne Bill.
Washington. Aniriifit 7. Commia.
eioner Miller Has heirun Drenara'iona
for carrying into effect the pruvuior s
oi me oleomargarine bill, and bas
called upon all the collectors of inter
nal revenue for euch informational
they may possess in reirard to the nro-
vluciion of o'eomarg rine, with the ob
ject oi utilizirg it in tbe preparation
of tbe neces'ary regulations to govern
me collection oi tne tax.
Will Go lo Deer Park lor ihe Ham
Washington, August 7. Sneaker
and Mrs. Carlisle will go today to
Deer Park, where they will remain
some time before returning to Ken
tucky. Flu Joha Partrr llaed on tbe Be
Washington, a ugost 7. The follow
ing order was fcsuel from the War
Dpa-tment tod y: By direction of
the Piesident Fitz John Pi r er, hav
ing been appointed a cdonel in the
army under tbe provisions of an acti f
Congress, approved Ju y 1, 1880, is
hereb) pluced on fhe retired list of the
army, in that grade as of th a dute, in
pursuance of the authority conferred
by the said a t and at bis own request.
The Prmldnt at Wanhlacta.
Washington, August 7. Ihe Presi
dent arrived in Wash! gton from Now
York about 1 o'cloct tonight and nro-
ceeded direct to the Wbie House.
Secretaries Whitney and Eudicott snd
PrivVe Secretary I amonr are expeeted
to return from New York in a few
davs. Acting fcecre arv Fairchild will
Klolif ai BrlfMHt.
Belfast, Anguet 7. T. n'gbt the
c m flicla were resumed. Tfce lighting
wu the most desperate that has taken
place during the recent troubles. The
mob was Infuriated and fought with
savage en- rgy. Fifty persons were
injured, some of trem, it is thought,
fatally. Terrible stiugges occurred
on the Shank Hill road. The police
. i . . . . . ,
quanereu in racKenna a Tavern, on
tlie Old Lod:e read, were attacked by
me moo wun stones and revolvers,
and weie. compelled to fire from the
winaows of the be'eacuarnd hnnv
During this attack e'ghteen persons
were injured and were subsequently
uKcu io Luipi'u s. a voutn named
Jackson ie said to be dying of his in-
junen. rour policemen were badlv
The Larareat Vole Ever Polled
lai'ICUL TO THB i?P!AL.J
Dversbe'rg. Tbnn.. Aocust 7. Dver
county polled the largest vote (he ever
polled by 500 vot s. The election
passed off quietly and the following is
41 1 .
Democratic caiiriiriatefl fnr Rn
Jndgee, 2027; Kepuhicin candidates
lor (supreme judges, 72ti.
Lianaidaws for Circuit Judge of the
Ibirteenth Jud cial Circuit, T. J. Flip-
pin, oi Domervnie, a ayette county
(Democra'ic candidate). 1037: O. B.
Simonton, of Cuvirg on, Tipton county
Candidal s for Chaucfllor of Tenth
ChLcery Divihion. John Somns,
(Democratic candida'e), cf Dretdsn,
Weakly county, 19!t.'!; John R. Walker.
vrvHpumican canoiuate;, oi Trenton,
Gibson c unty. 6))1.
Candidates lor At'ornev General in
rv.-. i.ir , i. . n.
iniiteenin judicial Circuit. S. L
Co'.krofc (D-mocrjtic candidute). of
uyeisiiare, tryer county. 21U: Ittin
(R( pubiicm candidate), of Somerville,
Faytt e county, 647.
N. ii. Tarrant was elected Trustee.
Willie Wilkerson was elected Coun
ty (Joint Ulerk.
M. T. Brackm Wis elcc'.ed Circnit
W. G Dyer was electf d Sheriff.
Tom Boon was elected Register.
Louis Hamilton. DoDUtv Countv
Court Clerk, and John Webb had some
hot words abmt tho election, and
Wtbbbtiuuk Hamilton on the heed
witti some heavy snbs ance and in
flicted a serious, and it U feared a fa
Delegates Inmrnrled for J. A. A Ilea
ISPICIAL TO TBI APPIAI..I
Aberdeen, Miss., Anguet 7. A dele-
gito convention of the Democratic
per y for this countv was held at the
courthouse today at 12 o clock. Del-
ega ea were selected to represent the
county in ttie U irerefsional Conven
tion tj b held at Starkvihe. and were
instructed unanimously to vote for the
nomination ot ttie Hon. J. A. Allen
furCongre.s from this district. It is
genera'iy conceded that Mr. Allen will
hpve no oppos t'on in the Dtstm t Con
vention, and as a no jjin-i i rn is eauiv-
a'ent to an election be will be bis own
icie cr p out cok is very encurpg-
ii g. intre n.is oeen a nec uod im
provement wi Inn the ltst t9n days.
Tbe Official Tote of Mh1Ino County
Mew KM Ion til itnuk.
larlOlAl TO TBI APPEAL. I
Jackson, Tknn,, August 7. The
oflicial vote of Madison is in. The re
su t rlnwsthat tbe entire Democratic
ticket is elected over the Indptndent
by from 550 to 1000 majority. It is
w thout doubt a glorious victory for J
A new national bank will he estab
lished in this city at once. Its mini
mum capi al stock is fixed at ffJO 000,
with provis'ons lor its increase to
$101,000. Fifty thousand dollars has
already Deen subscuhed.
The Iiiloralate ColoriMl Drill-Hem.
phla Wins Heeond Irlae.
ISPKOIAL TO THI APPEAL.!
Vickbuurg, Miss., August 7, The
inteieta e drill here today for cok rd
troops wes a nucce s The Now Or
leaiiB ompsny won the fi'St pnae, the
iviempnis company tne eecontl prize.
i.rst bergt. Guy, of thd Memphis
company, won uie sergeant s medal.
Judue Simra l wa nnminated for
Congiers by tbe Republican Conven
tion atureenvuie today.
Btorma on Ihe Atlantic Coant.
Philadklphia, Pa. Antra -t 7. A
telephone menage jat received at the
8oi:ihtea rress oitiue (10 o clock p m.)
siystbat the schooner Henry Di. ton
is ashore atAbiecom Inlet. There is
a.'sJ a dimmest' d schooner on Biigan-
tine SbOils flyiug signals of disTiss.
The B-sa is so rough hat the life saving
crew is unaoie io go totnem.
Washou'8 aie r-ported on all reil-
roads leading to A lantic City. On
tbe Camden and Atlan ,cand Reading
reads a washout hai oecu-'ed at Egg
Harbor Uity, ana on ihe Weit Jer-ey
line at Mays Landing. No trains
have arrived at Athntic City since
ths morning. I here are 107 car loads
of eicnrrioniets there who are unable
to get away. Great excitement pre
Cikcinnati. O . Aocruit 7. The mill
and grain house of FUischman's dis
tillery, in tbe Mill creek bottom, were
burced shortly after midnight this
mornirg. Ihe warehouse and din'il-
leiy are located on the opposite aide cf
the street and there Is great danger
mat tney may eaten nre. Toe lota so
far 11 over 9100,000; purtly insured.
t bolera In ILkI v
romk. AirifOft 7.-The cholera fa
i i . . il..... , .
viruiuui iu ojairiia, wuere i6i new
eases and 42 deaths were reported t
day. At Venice there wee 11 new
cases and 5 deaths; Raveua. 10 new
cases and 4 deaths; Bdogoa, 13 new
eases and 7 deaths; Rova di Pnalii
25 new caes and 8 deaths, and 66 new
cases and 1 aoatrs elsewhere.
tVecklr Bank Statement.
Naw Yosx, Aogust 7. The weekly
statement of the aseociatad banks
shows tbe folbwing changes: Reserve,
decrease, 14,zji,9o; loans, increase,
a,841,G00; specie, increase, $812,800;
legal tenders, decreane, t5,'J0i,5O0;
dopofits, decrease, 98,900; circula-
tioi!, inciease, itj,uu. The banas
now bold j.M,(ji,z.u in excess of tbe
2o per cent. rule.
Wawihonta In Kanaaaj,
Kansas City, Mo.. August 7. Wash-
outs are reported from Aic.nipon, K:is.,
ot the Ati his n, i ipeia and Kant
Fe railroad, which are delaying trtius.
WDIPFED TO DEATH.
BRUTAL TREATMENT OF A
TICr IN ALABAMA.
The Western Union Telegraph Office
at Montgomery Attached for
Taxes New Railroads.
ISPICIAL TO TBI APPEAL.
Montgomerv. Ala , Aiwnat 7. Jer-
ry Ford, a colored convict, employed
oy tne iooinsons, at iiiusnoio, Ala.,
was unmercifully whipped eeveral
times by C. H. Ribinion, although
compUining of being sick, and that
according to tbe verdict of the jury
holdiog the inquest his death was
caused by the whipping and being
driven to labor by the said Robinson.
The State authorities and our people
are sreatly exercised and orocose to
stop this repeated cruel treatment to
convicts. The next legislature will
doubtless make some cbanga in Ala
bama's convict system.
STATE AUDITOR BPRKE
issued a circular today instructing tax
collectois to forthwith collect the
amount of tbe gro's receipts of the
Western Union. Telegraph Componv.
Collector Leigh levied on the office
here today. The taxes nere paid un
der protett, eolely to regain poesrssion
of the property levied on, notifying
the collector that the company would
sue for damages lor trespass on its
ENOCU ENSI.EY AND AKSOCIATKS
closed a contract with the Executive
Committee of the Sheffield Lind Com-
panv for the immediate building of the
Sheffield and Birmingham railroad.
andiron furnace at Shelti'ld. Hub
mad gives Sheffield a short diiect line
through the richest and most exten
sive iron and coal deposits in the
South. Ensley agreed to build the
railroad and a furnace of 100 tins
daily capacity at Sheffield. Another
larger furnace is now being built for
the Shollield Furnace Company by
Janus P. Whiteiow. of Pittsbure.
Sheffield stock told today at J2J. It
sold a yar ago at 30.
Declaration was filed today in the
Secretary of Siate'a office incorporat
ing the Baltimore, Birmingham end
Gulf railroad, to run from Mobile
throuah Washington, Clarke and Ma
rengo counties; thence tiroueh Union
and Mai ion, in Perry county, through
Centrcvill, in Bibb county, and the
Capoba Valley to Birmingham, ttrmi
nating at IHlion, Ga. The Incorpora
tors are mos'ly from Birmingham.
Flees on the city buitdinira are at
ba'f niOBt today in respeci to Samnel
l'rlmiiry Election for Drlegatea to
Ike Uubcrnnlorlal Convention.
IHM3HI. TO TUB 4PP1T1U.1
Nashville, Tknn., Anifiist 7. Pri
mary elections for duli'Hitses to thn Gu
bernatorial Convention rero held this
evening in all the wards of the city
a"d districts of tho county. Meet of
the delegations ere uniro meted, bnt
are divided bitweon D.brel ami
L' oney. with a r-pricliliiiB for Tavlor.
Col. Locney's fiienda fxpres them
eelvos as well fattrti.'d with the out
come of tho primnrifs. Dihrcll and
Williaiiis. hho :andid..t'!6 for Guber-
natoiial honor?, are here,
uaveiusnd loneaitne, both ir i.r.-
vateand hospital piac'ice, and found
it all I could desire, rhyficians hero
who have tried Tongaline regard it as
O. M. FIELD, M. D I'luinfield, N. J.
Valley Falls, R. I., August 7. An
accident occurred here this afternoon
whereby one man lost his life and
three others were seriously, if not
fatally injured. A tta; g of men were
at woik tearing down the earthwork
of an old trench. Patrick Gallagher
went down in tbe pa, when tbe em
bankmeot caved in on him and
tfree Italians, Gallagher was dead
bef.ire he could be Liken out. At
leuEt one af the Italians will probably
They Are Not Nnrrjr.
There is one tuing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day tbey first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular furu
lly medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notii
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great maiority of caser.
Ruy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise roui us.
Nnot Dead by a Woman.
Chicago, III., August 7. Word was
received at police headquarters about
1 :.i(J o clock this morning that Uapt.
Hall, f rmerly chief of the United
8ta'es eocret service in this city, had
been shot dead by a woman. The
tragedy occurred at No. 470 Wabash
avenue. No other detni's were given.
Capt. Hull has lately been s ationed
at ot. Loui", but returned t few days
ago and came back to Chicago.
Read what B. Lowcnstein t Bros.
have to say about their new quarters
and the advan'ages they oner the
trade. See large card in this paper.
John Hbmby pleided with Annella,
And all his passion tried to tell Per.
She said, "John H., jour words you
Yonr teeth betray a want of taste,
Your brea'h oflenda me, so I eay,
tt. cn'MrtnvT - .... n
Prof. Ch&. LudwVfi Von Seetiep
Voenor of ILxUoine at Hit Royal Vniverritv ;
KmaAt I ottimandrrof tht Raval iktan-
tfk (Arrfer 0 hnbtlia; A nip 1 1 al tlx
frumin Order of th H'i Hath; (
Me Ltfum af Honor, tic. A.., aya
"LlKBUi CO.'MtOt'A REEF TON IO
ahould not be eonfonnded with th horde
of traahy eore-alla. It la in noaenae ol the
word a patent remedr. I am thoroughly
oonreraant with iu mode ol preparation,
and know It to benotonly a leiitimatapbar
maoeotioal product, but alio worthy of the
high oommeDdaiions it baa weired in all
Sane of tbe world It oootaina aeanoe ol
eef. Coot, Quinine, Iron and Caliaaya.
which are dUaolv ed in pure genuine Span
ish Imperial Crown Pherry."
Invaliiahla to all who are Ran Down. Ner-
oaa, Dyapeptio, Uilioua, Malarione or af-
niotwi with woak Kidneya. nenare
Her JJmij, Favorile IWxiinetlo
Vttd hti tier Rovai Biohntu Out PrinceM ot
Wain and tbe nebility. Fur (be Bklii, Ooin-
1'ltiiton, Kiuitim, (Jhapplnf, ilouvbneaa.
81 oo. Of (lrunrniata.
I.IEMIU tO.'aJ (Iraaiaa Ryron ol
HsrMHpnrll.tk (a tuaranUied aa th beat
Sara." pariila in the market.
M. T. Depot, S M I KB AT BTKEET.
ents' Furnishing" Goods
229-231-233 MAIN STEEET.
rrepuratory to lmildinsr a Nw
wo liavo moved our W1I0LKSALK stock to tho siiaoloun wait'houNOH heretolbnv known as tho
flay BuildinR, 2'J!, 2.U and 2:M Slain stroet, v hero we Mill continne our WHOLKN.VLE business
until ihe new houe Ik conipleled. We have now more space and better facilities lor doinij busi
ness than wo had in the oid store, and can assure our patrons and tho trade generally that w
ni c iu m mniei iuniiiuii iu nt-rici iiunii iiiiiu I'tt'l.
Our stocks are much larger thau any wo have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made In prices an advantage that we have determined to at least sharo with,
our customers, ltemember, we guarantee tho price ot every article we sell to be as low as It
can be bought in the United Mates.
LOKIt-At Covlngtnn, Tnn., Krldaj, Au
gust t), 1884, Mariin Lour, Rued rlfty yearn,
hrnther-in-lHT? ot 8. Voiiitiu, of thia city.
H'hilads'iihiH, N" York oily and Montreal
(Canada) papari pleat cupy.
Funeral will take place from Ilulat'i, No.
330 Seoond itreet.thti (SUNDAY) niornlni
at 9 o'clock. Frlondi are invited to attend.
BONNER At the renldtnce of ht krnth-er-in-lii
w. (Ion. A. J. Vnuifhn. un Oullcire
avenue, H'ltunlnv. Aunum 7, 1886, at 6: W
a.m., ft. Ii. Uonmh, agojfifly-i.x er.
Funeral will take place from residence this
(SUNDAY) nttomoon at4:30o'olock, Frlendi
aro invited to attend.
COWKN Noir Lebanon, Tenn., AuRiiat 7,
IHHii. Mart Cowkn, widow of tlie late O. W.
Frionda of the family art Invited to attond
the borial at Elmwood Oemotery tomorrow
(MONDAY) morning, at in o'clock
BIUNAIUO-Tho frionda of Joiiii D. Hia
naiuo and family are invited to attend III,
funeral, from hit fa raaidenoe. No. 213 Jel
foraon atreet, tbia (SUNDAY) afternoon at 3
o'clock. HerWcoa at .St. Potor'i Church at
SIGXAIQO The inembora of the Bometa
di 1 ii i" ne e tfruiel unca lulinna are cordial
Iv invii, d to attenil the lunerul of the r late
hrothor, John 11. Skinio, from ihe family
ronionce. IVo. Jetleraon atret. Una
iMJ N Da V) attorDonn. at II o'olook. tJervicca
ifl SI. I'oter 1 1 hurch at 3 :MI o'olnck.
A. II VAClflARd, PreaMent
A.O. U. W. FUNEKaL N01CK.
TOHNSIIN L0DQB No. 21, A.O.II W.-Ia
hrrohv railed to meet at thnlr lodire-rooin
thl (SDN DAY) afternoon at 2 o'olook, to at
tend tho lunerul or our laie brother, J . A.
hl'lNAK.O. biator lodvea invited to attend.
lly nl'T M. bllLKd, M. W
I. N. tt ivrr, Ri"rdr.
T3i:NN ROYAL AROU CHAPTKIl
JL JNo. Zi, V. A A.M. a, will meet
in Hati'il convocation MONDAY
NIGHT. Aug fib, at H o'clock. A
VERY lUPI-UTANT AyRNHMRNT O THR
Br laws will be up for diaoualon and final
action. Viaittnr corapantnna aro Invilecl.
lly order MARClll? JONKH, M.K.I1.P
Attol : DuniiR C. Traiirr, Hocretary.
S. V. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street.
Mew and LateHt St j leu Stock. Sew
Type, New Machinery.
Price" aa low aa anywhere, North
Incrnaricd facilities fur dolus all
St. Agnes Female Academy,
MEM 111 IN, TEN Jf.
T11IS Institution la deliahtfully lituated
in a retired and healthy nart of the oity
of Momphia, oomio.ndina the advaniage of
town auu oountry. tne entire aurroundinn
breathe un air of peaoelul eolaion, wbloh
ever eaerti ao powerlul an Influence ovr the
moral, phreioxl and Intellectual lire. The
roarae of itudy embraces th rarioua
branchea of a aolid and aaeful education.
Jn tbe regular English oonrae, the pupils on
enttrint are ranked acoordinit to tneir pro
loienoy in Onhnfaphy, Grammar and Arith
metic Partloular attention iatlventoHa
cred and Profane lliatory. Khetorlo and
('ompoaition. Latin aod French enir Into
the reiular ennra. A portion of time ia al
lowed to each pupil for Plain and Ornameu
tal Needlework, "hell. Flowera. etc Term,
per Beaaion, pybl half-yeai ly. invariably
in advance. For board and tuition in all
brunohee taught in the hlrheat achoola,
Phiin bewlnr, Markinx.eto , Bed, Beddinc.
Htuiionery aod Waebinf, I1U0 and 1125. ao
cordina to th at or elaaa of th pupil.
Bpaeialterma when levari! member! o' th
earn family attend the aobonl. Mo allnw
anee la made for partial abaenoa or with
drawal before the eipiration of tbete m,ex
eeptinoaaea of aeriouaor protraoted lilneaa.
biTKAH Merman, Italian, etc, eacn tit;
Mualo un Piano and uaa of inarrument. ait):
Drawing and Water Colore, 110. Oil Paint
Ina.lJu; Kinbroiderr and Ornamental Work,
IU; l "of Library, 12; Vocal Muaio in elaaa,
I Private) Leaaona, lis. Board per month
ur-na vaoation. if aneet at tbe Aoademv.
waeh nr, em., 115. Medicine and phyaioian'i
feea will form eitra charaes Termaforday
pupila, H, W, IS or IX per month. For fur
ther particular! apply to tbe .
lilt. It. L. LASKI,
Physician, Snrfeon and Accoucher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.
3-13 Slalo N(r3t, JVear Union.
Telephone No. W.
Mimphis Citt Fur ard Urrrral Ina
Office. ID Madiann Htrent.
Mruphih. T.. Jnlvt. IHHil
AT a netlD( of the Board ol Director!
held thia day, a Oah Dlvidtnd of t'tv
IV r eat. on the capital atock ol Ihe Co a
pany waa declared, payi ble on den-end.
By ordur ot the Board of Directora.
NAP0LKON UILL, Pr.aldent.
Atteat: Binrt J. Ltkn, Caauler.
S'orehouso upon our lot on tho
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OEFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Itulldliig-. Telephone MS.
Horlh Rrltlah and Her. Cqnllable af M aahvllla. ...t 1 07, a
rantlle (nearly) , tSH.000,000 Huoarllle of laanalll. 10S.i
WKaMkMloror York l.U'i.nnw 1-hueuis of Uruoklya (Ma-
Dnlaa of (olilornln. ... l.Ult.ttHa rine Department) 4,l,aa
nnaerieaa nnrei uomaany,
All elaue) of property Inaured.
New York Life
NttTK AND NTOt'K BHOHEB,
JAM US B. HOUINSON,
JOHN W. COCIIKAN,
Depoaita received in iami l II and upward, and Intereat allowed on lam Bern!
We buy and aoll local Inveatment Honda and Beonrltlei generally, pay taiea, acta
truateei, and, In (enoral, oieoute any financial buaineai requiring a aal and reaponalbl
laaue drafta. In anma to Butt tiurnhaaera.
r W. have a eoinnindloua Vault for the depoait ol valuable!, wbioh la at th lerrlce el
onr ouatomera, rri ur t:hairK,
1). P. IIADIIEN, Prenlileul.
MASQN k IU EE
Till IST4iMiUI OF TIIF, UOUI.D."
PAULOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
e-XEIUIS-Uaeh, or eaay Monthly Inatallment. Writ lor Illuatrated Catalome.-wi
O. KL. HOUOK. OO-
moi.e aaeirn rH tiik nuutiiwknt.
No. OOD Malu Ht,,
!! Ilalon Nlreiot, Nnahvlil).
ECrab Orchard Water
QrnfHtwtrrnb OrrrwrrJ SnUtJn led Mrknimi i
(JoTirHrw' (Trtli fFrrnnm HMfn In mhiIm BArknimi
J. K. GODWIN, Prert. J. M. OOODUAIt,
timL tihAr. Zmn-
arl mrmiirj mt tka Beat mt T.wanw.am. TraaaMta Hiatal BaweiiM
Hwaiainaa auaal axlvea BiMMlaJ Atuttea to Dolloetlwaa .-.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 336 and 32S Main
rrra inn riu TiArr.v BtfniTDi on
VV IH, wh'.oh w oiler to the Trade
will rouiou. lavorablr wilhtboa. ol any market
Tcnaeasee Mrtaufacturlasr Co.'s I'lultls, lrlll, Sfieftlnff, snirttaj,
cornor at Main and JufWsnn sta
Maklntl Honda or.Snrelyahlp.
Attention given to lnaurlnf Country HUre.
J. fl. HANDWRRKKB.
DAVID P. HADDKN.
JAMKS A, OMIIKItU,
nn all n.rta nf Kiirnn..
EW1. (lOLDSMITH, Tlce-rresldent
l ATI! AN. (Vbler.
Mo. IIUU Olive Ntrceit, Ml. Louaf
A Ktntv1r Utr nil PIm nf tb Urr, H lt m
mmrn kih! HowrU. A twwdtvi l
curn fur !
-rwH a-- a wr m wwinn
t loitiiJ .rtm. tin wtuiU mitM mM tufaail
Ofle 1HM0. I fit M V
N. NO tf)tiUtfMklUl
. JltNFH. MM Im
Vlee-PretX C. H.B11SE, CuhltR.
X3lx - otojrata
St., Memphis, Tenn.
nic4f ratit.k hfkinh
upon the moat favorabl termi. Our prio
in thelnited 6Ute. War Ak.dU for
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