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SHOCKING BRUTALITY.
1 LITTLE CHILD ALS08T KILLED
BY ITS MOTHER.
Oueer Pranks or Helena Police
man Suicides Caused bj Jeal
ousy Jlnrderer llanged.
lariruL to tii arriAL.l
Nashvillb, Tim, Angart 12 A
hocking caw of brutality was devel
oped bere today. A gentleman' re
ported to Judge Ferris today that a
negro In the Thirteenth district named
Cantrell bad ill treated ber 6 years
old child. The judge sent an agent to
lnvestUats and bad the boy brought
into his ollics, and afterwards eent
to ths county poor bouBe. Ihe lit le
fellow when he apprarnd in the court
presented a mott pitUb e appearance,
ilis arm wa broken at tbe wrist and
shoulder. One eve was bruised and
one of bis ribs was broken and pro
truded through the skin, lie was
other wised bruised about the head and
fm. 3 aud the people in the neighbor
hood say that the woman beat the
child one (lay last week and his
wounds have been allowed to go un
dressed ever since. His arm wa tr
ribly swollen. The mother will bB
arrested and t led.
A PoltromaB's Praake i Halron,
Ark.
IsriouL To tib irrtiLA
Helena, Abk., Angurt 12 About 4
o'clock this morning (Special Police
man Oeorge Washington (oundaneKro
named John Jackson in the dry goods
Btore of 11. ti Horner A Co , and suc
ceeded in running him down and cap
turing bim. The evidence examst the
man wi milficient to cause the Mayor
to commit him to jail to await the ac
tion of the grand j iiry. Sneak thieves
hive been infesting the town for some
time, and Washington was so elated
over the victory achieved In the cap
ture of his man that he got drank,
and while in this condition carried a
man into the store of Llcber troj.' to
do some trading. Washington hn had a
babit for some time past of picking up
things in stores and places and carry
ing them off. and then returning them
to show the merchants how easy it was
for them to have things stolen from
them. While he was In Llcber Bros.'
he pirked up a small bundle of lace
and put It in tii pc:ket. Mi. Isidore
Lieber had been wMchlng him, and
had him arrested aud charged with
petty larcenv. A gruat aentiation was
created by the fact of the arrest, and
search warrant whs issued for the pur
pcB3 of ssarcblug Washington's
tonne. Washington was still drunk
and did not know what they
were doing. The ollicers found
two suits of clothes, and forthwith
thought that they had found the head
of the burglaries that had been com
mitted In the town in the past, and
some talk win maJe of lynching Lim.
Tbe old follow came around this eve
ning, however, and has proven where
be got the clothes, and a'sn thxt he
had been In the habit- of playing the
above doscrlbtd pranks on merchants.
He is to be tried tomorrow, hut, of
course, he will be honorably dis
charged. CmwI by Jcalonay.
Jackson, Mich , August 11. 0. Lee
Cole, bar tender, ehot liimaelf in the
bead today, dying almost inHtantly.
Tbe act wan caused by jealousy of
Maguie Callignn, with w hom he was
living. Cole was the man who turned
tbe switch at the Michigan Central
junction in 1880, letting the yard en
trine on the track over which the l'a-
citlc expas dnihed a few moments
later, cnuing a torrible accident, in
which sixteen persons were killed.
Rnlrlite by Miooliutf.
CmcAin, 111, August 12. E. N.
Kabok, a baker, committed suicide by
shooting hmiBelf in ttie betd this
morning. i had bad some trouble
with bis employes and a card wits
printed in tbe Arbeitrr '.riluno warning
all bakers not to work for him. Bo
coming moriild owing to this at'ack he
hot himself' He leaves a wife and
three children.
Horrible Harder Ml tii. I.onla.
Kt. Loi'ta, Mo., August 12. The po
lice have linen investigating for a day
or two tat what noweeemsto have
heen a lioniblo murder. Jacob Mae
rang, a saloon keeper at 3027 Ktaton
avenue, recently employed two men to
clean out a vault, and while they were
engaged in doing s they brought to
the surfacf, among other thingd, sev
eral bones. They were at first thought
to have beeu refuse from the ktictii n.
butath'T ugh examination revealed
tbe fact thai they were those of a bu-
man hei' g When this became ku wn
the police, suspecting a murder, took
charga of the vault and superintended
tbe work In it and possessed them
selves of various articles of clothing,
iacludlrg two pocketbooks, a pair of
trousers, a shirt, a coat ana a strap.
These were, taken to tbe morgue and
placed beaide tbe bonea to await ldeni
icati'in. Mr. Dieblo, who keeps a grain
and feed store at 2206 franklin ave
sue, has . id'n'ifled the clothing as
that worn by Auuust Entr.. hit em-
vlova. who mvMtarlouslv disannsared
fast winter. A day or two Wore
Chrlstm bots drew Die savlons,
boulVOIn all. and started down
town to make a few purchases, a d
haa nevtr been seen aince. The
tronsere. which Mr. Dieble bas Identi
fied, bad had their pocketa cut, and it
is believed that t,nta was muruerea
for his monev by some one, who al'er
wards, in order to escape detection,
threw the body into the vault.
Blew Hla llraloe Oat.
St, Louia, Mo., Augut 12. Sergt.
Wm. Tii' mas, ol tbe United B'a'ea
by sho Ming himself. Thomas eu-
ticed u-rtie uoi-uin, a . year old child,
to bis ro m thia morning and brutally
assaulted her. Tbe child's faiher ad
ministered a severe thrae.hu g to
Thomas, and would nave killed bim
but for the intervention of frit nils.
After ti e f'tthni'i departure Thma
went to bi room and wrote a lett r
reraia'ii t bis Innocence, and then
blew his brains out Tne little girl is
lying la dangerous condition.
Pittsburo. Pa.. August 12. Michael
Meti was tinned at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon in the cuntv iait yrd a'
Uolomoan, Pa. Death re ultnd tr.-m
trarg'i'ai'on Tao bundled permma
irttnne . exe-u'lon.
Tbe ciime for wnich Mela wa x
cuted wa committed last 8-pteniir
and r the l.'iinw.nt circaiiea cea
Met ai'd tWiduute worked toy t er
on tho Bi't inoie and 0!no railr. at,
betwenn Fetrmont and Morgana w
W. V Csssirlente saved men y
enough to ma ce him rich iu hi" nanva
place, ana in (Hi;tember lasi lie ur-w
asvrral Doiii'.rMi (Ml are iroiu .n na in
and st art forHaly, kmgto u to t
itnwn l ma!:o th'i cars. M la w ni
with Mm Hi d re limed ayin h.) had
seen bit friend tiff on tha cvh li.
had been tixi imx'.- :o jtR'ry In- nir
he luVit J lf'i lut now h l eau to
;ive h ;r di e; c , ttc., and the w .doi g
day was fixed. Two days later Caai
dentea' body waa found in a camp near
the Uniontown road, riddled with
buPet holes. Suspicion pointed to
Mets and he waa arrested. Bills
known to have been Caesidenws were
found on him and tbe cbain of cir
cumstantial evidence was to
overwhelmingly ag'inst bim that
be was convicted on March 11th last.
Mets at all times protested his inno
cence. Last night he made a confe
ston to Father Kittell, his spiritual ad
viser.but the nature of it is not known.
He also made hla will, bequeathing a
house in Brindisl, Italy, in the Appe-
nlnu mnnntninn t -i hia rnilBin. Antonio
Capparelli, of New York, and flOOand
a watch to Francis Baccarato, a pris
oner in Celos, Italy. As the watch
and money are part of the murdered
man's estate, Baccarato will not get
the bequest. Mets recently wrote a
letter to District Attorney Cochrane,
in which he informed Cochrane that
he, tco, would come to a bad end fur
prosecuting an innocent man. "When
me dead," Mike wrote, "me want one
arm cut off for you to eat, one leg lor
Mr. Kennedy to eat, one f r Mr. John
Boyle," his attorney, whom he cursed
for not being able to save him.
Pare Heanneaa tbe Only Came.
Louisviixr, Ky , Augtisi 12. Short
ly afier midnight last night, Oeorge
Mann.s notorious hoodlum of this city,
s'abbed his mistress, Flora Keed, in
the abdomen, producing a horrible
wound, but one which will not prove
fatal. Afier the cutting tbe brute com
pelled tbe woman to get up from the
pavement where she tiad fallen, and
walk to her home, a block away. Here
she was put to bed and her wound at
tended. Today she was removed to
the city hospital. Pure meanness is
the only cause assigned for the cut
ting. m
STATE ELECTIONS IJf 18SC.
Ut orsftatea Which Hold Klerllona
Tola Irnrtml lor What 1'arpoaee.
Alabama elected State officers and
Legislature August 2d, and voted upon
two proposed amendments to the con
stitution of the HtaU, one of which
authorir.es a special tax for the erection
of public buildings and the improve
ment of roads and bridges, and .the
other authorizes the city of Birming
ham to levy a special tax to pay its
bonds at maturity. lOlei ti Congress
me i November 2d.
Arkancss e'ecti 6tnt9 oflicfrs and
LegHati're September 0;h j Congress
men, November 2d.
C-.lilornia elects Slate ollicere, Leg
IsUture and Congressmen November
2d.
Colorado elects Slato cflicoi-8, Legis
lature and Congressmen November 2d.
Connecticut electa SUte ollicere,
Legislature and Congrassmen Novem
ber 2d.
Delaware electi Governor, Legisla
ture and Congie smen November 2J.
Florida elec s Legislature and Con-grBfsmenNovembt-r2d,
and votesupon
the proposed new Constitution of the
Htate which wai framed by the con
vention which met in 18S5
Gooi L'ia electa Ktate oll'n ersand Lpg-
4fla'ure October Oih, Congremrnen
November 2d.
Illinois electJ minor State officer,
Legislatuie and Congressmen Novem
ber 2d, and votes upon a proposed
amendment to the Constitution i f the
State t3 abolish the contract system in
the prisons of the Slate.
Indiana electa minor State officers
and Congressmen November 2d.
Iowa electa minor State officers aud
OongtCBSinen November 2d.
Kueas elects Mate officers, Legisla
ture and Congressmen November 2d
Kentucky elects Congressmen No
vt mbor 2d .
Louisiana elects uonk-ressmen No
vember 2d.
Maine e ecta Governor, Legislature
and Congressmen September 13th.
Maryland elects uangresemen No
vember 2d.
Mii9BAchusot'8 elect Stats officers,
Legislature and Coogresamen Novem
ber 2d.
Miehliran elects State officers. Legis
lature and Congressmen Novembor
2d.
Miunesota elects Stito offners, Leg
islatore and Congres men Novomber
2d, and votes upon a p op isjd amend
ment to the couBtiiu 1 n of the State
to facili'ste the erection of couuty and
school bulldirgs
MiFsisaiopI elects Congressmen No
vember 2d.
Mimourl elects minor Stn'e officers
and CongrePBinen Novemb-r 2 1.
Nebraskao ccts State otUctrs, Legis
lature and C mar semen November 2d.
Nevada elects St tie olllo-rs, Legiela
ture and Congressmen November 2d.
New Hampshire tie ts Governor,
Iiegielature and Congres men Novem
ber 2d.
New Jorsey elects Governor, Legis
lature and CoDgrettnien November 2d
New York elects a Jur'ga of tbe
Court of Appeals, Aesemblymen and
Congresemeu N.ivnmber 2d, and votes
upou the question of holding a conven
tion to revise the constitution of the
State.
North Carolina elec's Judges of the
Supreme Court, Legislature and Con
gr semen November 2d. :
Ohio elects roiaor Stae officers and
Congrerstnen November 2d.
Oregon eleeted SUte offl rrt, Legia
latnreand Ci nreeiinen Jane 7th.
Penasylvaoia eUcs Sta'B ' Ulcers,
Legialature and Congressoien Novem
ber 2d.
Rhode Island elected State offic rs
and Lsglslature April 7tb, and rt fi d
tbe proposed ameu mnie to tbe con
stitnt'oo of the St4e, o e of which
prohibits the sale of tntoxl at! eg
liquor and the other adml S foreign
born Union tx anhiiersand Bailors to
oilisenship. Electa Cungres men No
vember 2u.
8 mth Carolina elucia State cfllcera,
L"gialalure and Coogreemen Nuvem
ber 2d.
Tennessee elected Jndges of the Su
preme Court Au.us 6tn;-lects Uov
nor, Legislature and Oougrersmen
November 2d.
Texas elects Slate tftVers, IVgials
turn aud Congee amen Novimbr 2d.
Vermont electa SUte oflhe s, Lenl-e-lature
and Congrtssmeu Sfptember
7th.
Virginia elects Coi!gre?sinen Novem
ber 2d.
Wet Virginia elects L g'alatue
and Congressmen N veiub ' id.
Wtaeonsia elects Ntate otfice s, Leg.
is'aiureanj Coogreoemen Novmter
2d. (
A Haadaoaae rmat.
loniiaaroRpaaoa or tmi arml.!
SaMATOlllA, M.eB , A u ir ist 11. Mr.
E J Cairmgion, t tht. firm of Good
r A Co., neeived a handanne pa
t in 'he siepe i f a nii e pound by.
He wears a hr.ied i' lie one m re.
l A. Bt. Banqaioi al Sua rraiaeUe.
HACKAMBI.TO, CaL., AtlgOBt 12. A
b.nq et waa e .dered luet eveni by
ctaeiia to memeri of tbe Gran.l
Aruiy of the Republic vis tii g 'his
c tv. Speech, s were made by L gau
a d Fairchild.
h tlertul Chill C-ii'S, the bM
i.Tilcani1. hi ti-iHiri II,' kmivv. A cmn
i ij 'o turn l.,f . In l.v l'r.'li xt
. n 1 "'ail I t r;r.,''. Any e'
i -t xlaan. idi'.r.n Jobn 0. lliicka-.
Lm-'twcrt, Va.
I.'
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MEMPHIS .DAILY
WUf TIME TO COASipER
SqUIEE ASD FLTSX WILL TUISK
AI10UT IT
Awhile Before They Make Up Tbelr
Minds ai to Tbelr Guilt or
Innocence.
New YoRk, August 12. Meisrs.
Squire and Flynn appeared this morn
ing to enter pleas to tbe indictments
found against them on Monday last
by the grand jurr. This formality
was a very mild affair when consid
ered in connection with the wild ex
citement which a tended their appear
ance before tbe same bar two days
ago. Judge Cowing presided and was
on hand early prepared to hear from
the lips of the accueed or through
their legal representative the simple
woid to indicate whether or not they
would acknowledge the many allega
tions contained in the lengthy docu
ment presented against them by the
grand jury. Poli icans and other
Mends of the distinguished prieouers
were conspicuous by their absence.
When the Clerk of the Court called
out "Rollin M. Squire snd Maurice B.
Flynn, on bail, to the bar," there was
no response, and tbe proceedings wera
deferred for a few minutes, at the end
of which the defendants walked in
with tbelr counsel. Tbey at once
steppsd to the bar and the Clerk said :
"Uuilin M. Squire and Maurice B.
Flynn you are indicted for a misde
meanor; are you guilty or not
guilty?"
"We desire," eaid Mr. Newcombe,
their counte), "that tbe pleas be en
tered separately. In behalf of Mr.
Flynn, wo plead not guilty, but re
icrve the right to withdraw the plea
and interpose any other which may be
decided upon later."
A similar statement was made on be
half of Mr. Squire.
"I think," taid Judge Cowing, that
the form of your plea is perfectly
proper, providing that within reason
able time you avail yourself of the
right to enter another p ea. I think
you could ontor a special pica within
ft Wf6tt"
'The' Indictment is a long story,"
said Mr. Nevcombe, of the d-fense,
"and I must examine it carefully, but
a week will probably suffice."
Assistant Dietrct Attorney Nicoll
said be wanted to notify the defend
ants and rheir counsel that he would
move for the trial on the first Monday
of September in one of the part of the
General Sessions Court.
Mr. Newcombe suggetted that the
caee be called then foi the purpose of
fixing a day for the trial, but Mr. Nic
coll aa!d that the trial would go on
upon that day.
Mr. Newcombe said that one of the
defendants' counsel (meaning Col.
"B:b" Ingrsoll) would leave this
country on Saturday to. have an opera
tion performed upon bis throat in
Paris He would be gone until the
middle of September, and perhaps
later.
Mr. Nicoll contended that this was
not sufficient grounds for a postpone
ment, and Judge Cowing get the case
for trial on Sep' ember 5th.
LABOR NOTES.
The New York Home lnb Invratl
Knllou. Naw York, August 12. The Gen
eral Assembly of tbe Knights of La
bor in Cleveland, appo'nted a commit
mittee to inves'igHto. the cha'ges
made against the 11 me Ciub in tne
circulars of John Morris n, George K.
Lloyd and P. C. MagU're. Tbe mem
bers of the committee have come to
this citv and are at a down town hotel.
There are a lurge number of witnesses
to bo examined and much documen
tary evidence will ba presented If is
supposed that, it will take two weeks
to complete the inv. etigat on. The
charges are, in subs ance, that a body
of men in New York, hea ted by 1. li,
Maiuire, District Mas er Workman of
District No. W.Jamee E Quion, one
of the nux'lin'v memberd of the Utn
eral Kxomtive B ard. and Victor
Drury, fi rmed tlt II me Club, who e
real purpose was firat to gain control of
the 1st or movem nt in this city ami
then to get control of the entire order
and to iua the KnighU of Labor for
their own personal ends. iny have
ca ried out th Bret part ot ihe pro
gramme, it is ailiged, by the moet
qiioanoniit) o mentis, and have nearly
succeeded in the la it. The accused
members of the Hume C ub deny all
the charges, and say iliac they court
rather than fear 'lie fullest invesMga
tion. The committee will beg n tin
in vestlga' ion day
The ImprlMDrel Kalghta mi Paraoaa
auiioaatni.
Parsons. Kas.. An trust 12. The Ex
eouttve Committee of tne Kn'shta of
Labor, who fo' tbe pa t foityfive days
nave been connnnd in the couoiy ja i
for the non pivment of fines imunaed
for eonsplrai y agios' the Mirsomi
Pacific Railway Company, were todi y
rleasi-d by the 0 mnty Comm ssiooeis.
Tbe KnUh iifLb.r have bi-eng ven
. i . . ., . i . -.
to nnueraiauu urn n w y won u i ay
the costs of the suit the committee
would bi released, n e fines to be held
against then to tnsu e their future
goo t bohav or. The tralu from the
aonih, arriving here a' 4 o'clock,
brought tbem to this t n. T ey
were met at the dep h nv 400 people,
princ ipally K igh sof Latioi and their
famili, and escorte t the Kn'ghts
of Labor Hall, npon wh ch had been
hoisted a new Un te S a s flag, ab va
which fl eted lh- bnnner of the
KaUhts of Labor. Cm ulira are now
boln distiibu ed, calling for a grand
leieptionanrt ilcoic. t beheld in
this citv, io ho .orof heirrulease from
impiisoomeiit.
lllrlha al Chleas.
Chicago. III., August 12. Two
hundred employee ! K b-rt Warren
A Co's. packing bon- struck this
m ran g because LaaeStiure cars were)
loadi d.
Tkrealmaetf Lobar riRht at Bt.
a.oaie.
St. Locis, M0i, August 12 The
Cent al LaiHir Union t elive that it
haagoi et lean a g nu n fighting la
sue with tha biee e. who have b en
quietly t stl' g ti elr airennth w t J
in i un on employes ever since t ie
latter p rt o' Mey, w n n Nchnalder'a
ai d h ilel's tce wat b-yc tted by the
nnlon 1st elm t, et the r-gular
mce ing nf t'i union, R car ! Sctilag-
w i, deaaU from the Brewea'
UninD, of wnich he ia pre-Me'i', r. ad
io the a-.embiy a exri-s of rolutlous
wb ci betaid tied b-eu adopted and
B" neil hy all ifthm ex e(t Miller
Br a. Tne rcsolu inn declnri d that
un .a ih b'lje 't a at removed by
Soptemb r 4 b every un on man in
the'r employ wont I be disctiarg d.
The rciolu I n we.e refened io a
con niit ea i ( ihiee, lobe .renied t
fie o al nnn n for intuitu Preeid' nt
r-chlagiiiweit u d e(tr the meeting
that t'ie B'0'ton of t'li.1 le.olutio -s
inoi a ed it at u.- brewca l,d e-i
I U'i by 't e 'ioy. o' i. whuh vtil now
ir t 'Oily ho no; r: o( .id luit uiade the
llrrntr.
APPEALFRIDAY,
. I
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrepnrcd wlib 0ipc1m1 rcpird to bealUb
Ho Aiumuiilo, Lime or Alum.
PRICE BAXINO POWDER CO..
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MAN!
II KB BENT FBIESDt
DR. j. BRADFIE ID'S
EMALE REOULATO
Thli Umoai nmedy moit hapnilr roeeta
tbadamind it tha ate for woman i peculiar
and ma tifora aftliotloni. It ia a remedy
for WCM All ONLY, and for one SPECIAL
CLASS of bir diteaaei. Itia a ipeoifio for
certain diie.ued eondltiona of the worn a
tnd pripoioi to ao control tha Menstrual
unction aa to reaulate all the derange-
menti and irreaularitiea or woman a
MOUTH LY NICHSMS.
Ita propletora claim for It no other medical
property i and to doubt the fact that thia
medicine doea poiitivelj poiaeaa luch eon
controllin and reynlatina powera ia ilmplr
to diioredit the voluntary tenti mony of thou
aamli ot living witneasea who are to-day
exulting in the reiteration to aound health
and happineia.
BBADFIEt.D'8
Female Regulator
ia atrlctly a vearetable compound, and ta the
prouuet ot medical acience ana praoucai ex
perience directed toward tbe benefit of
MJFrEKIKU WOMAN!
It la theatudied preacriution of a learned
pnyaloian, whole apecialty waa WOMAN,
and wtaoae fame beaaiDe enviable and bound-
leaa becanie ot hia wondertul auooeaa In the
treatment and cure of female compiainta.
TUB KKUULATOK ia the ORANDKSI
HKMKDY known, and richly deaervea ita
name
Woman's Best Friend
Becauae itoontrola a claaaof functiona the
varioua derangementa ol which cause more
ill heal to tnan all other causea oouimned,
and thut reacuea her from a long train ol
aftliotloni which aorely embitter ber lite and
nrsmatnrelr end her existence. Oh. what a
multitude of living witnesaea can testify to
ita charminj effectal WoatN, take to your
continence mil '
PKatriOUM BOON OP HEALTH
Tt will relieve von ot nearly all the com.
plain's peculiar to your aex. Rely upon it
aa your aaleguard for health, happiness and
long lite.
Bold by all drurglata. Send for onr treat
ise on the Health and Haprinesa oi Woman,
mailed free, which given al. particulars.
IJiK BHADFIEO) KKl llLATOB CO..
ltol Atlanta, 0 a.
W. N. HALDEMAN.
Prealdent of the Ureal LOUISVlLr COU-
UlKH-JUUrlJNAL tu.. tells mat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
' Or rics or tbi Cora'r.a-JouRNAL,
Lron villi. Kt.
Dr. Winla mila, Sit 1 aive a rule I have
observed foi many years, tbe value ot your
remedy prompting me to say. In reply to
your request, what I know of your Chill
Care. Tbe private assurans of ita efncaoy
I bad, and the good resulU t ita effects 1
had observed on Mr. R. W. .ueredith, who,
for more than flrteea yeara, had been fore
man of my oHoa, indaced me:u:test It in
my family. The result have.been entirely
aatisfactory. Tka 6rat oaaa. waa of two
years' Hailing, in which I believe every
known remedy had been triad with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly increased aeverity.
Your cure broke them at once, and there hat
been no recurrence of them for more than
aix months. The other case waa ot a milder
form, and ytebled more readily to other
remedies; bat the chliN would return at In
tervals until your meilloinii wag used, since
which time, now aeveral months, they have
entirely ditmpneared. From the opportu
nity I have had tojudgo, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that vonr Chill Cure is
valuable specitlc, and per.orma all you
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iaaaed onl h . NK1RT W).. prug
glsta, Memphis. Tenn.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OF Till IIIMtS BHI'T M1HK, IUVKIIII'H
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4.1 k 4 Vain at., and 21 Mulberry it.,
..;KVil'HlMTKSN.
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5 AP0LE05 HILL, President.
H. J. LYX5,
:DOES A SEHEBAL riBB
1I-U1UU u
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DinEOTOHBil
H. 7UR8TENHEIM, WM. I. OOLI , JAMES REILLY, JOHN L0AQC1
6. VASFLD. S. . MTfiltij, W. D. BETHELL.
Oflicc--10 Slatllson Street, MeiMphls, Tenn
WOODRUFF
BailllaiOiosaarhrl,
meat of
Elogasasjj-
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET,
Fnlmer.Tbornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 300 Front nret. TCemirftis, Tcklt
M. 0. PEAKCB.
MeCFearce& Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'is,
No. 2T6 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
flsttoa Wasreboaar-Naer. 8N andS0, Calaa BtveMi
SLEDGE BB0S.,of Como, Miss. F.
COTTON
Nos. 356 and 358 Front Street-.
P. M. ALBTe)Ht
a. w. ckowxix.
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO,
Aid CoiaUstlislon Merchants. Hay, Corn Oats, Brai, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
Llm.Cemeat, Flatter, Building- and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
HILL, FOUTAI
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
396-39S Front St., Hemphlv, Temia
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission erchants,
Wo. 11 Solatia Main St.. Bt. Inlsu
THE PETERS
u .ifiKTf? pr.aMnt
J0NES,wfeD. . BAWRIK.
laaMMiori to
MANUFACTURERS OF THE M MAGNOLIA BRAND"
ttrcttsMoiclH
30 38 and 40
DIBHOTOHal I
W. M. J0NK3. JNO. K. BPEKP. I- F. PWTKRfl. QBO. ARNOLD, WTX F. BAWRl! I
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Gi ocers & Cotton Factors,
N. Sa Vmi Btroet. Qy Block.
D.T. POKTEH.
Sieeeaon te FORTlDtJCAIIrOB A CO
(OottoB Factors
wo. too rnmrr street. , itkwpittk.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
PTOTEfiI33IH3IHi
330 Ncoinl Ntreet, Memplils.
. i.m . a, arn HTOCIC OF PLDMBKRS. HAS AND STB AM FITTER
W. N. WILKEBSOX, YIce-PresKei
Caahlei,
IT rt
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AHD alABIHE BI7BIHESS.
wlfb at roll aawort-
New and
rialalieel
Saddlery,
Harness.
i t MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN L. MoCLKLLAN.
M. NOB FLEET, Resident Fartaer.
FACTORS,
Memphis Tenn.
o. w. tomlin:
WH. BENJEt;
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
170 Mailt St., Memphis.
Offer sreclal Indncementa In Open Rngglt
of our own make, at Top bugiea a
our own make, at 1120. All work wai
ranted. Callbefore you buy.
mr Having disposed of onr entire stock
Vehicles and t'je Mannfaoturing Depari
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN k BENJhS, w,
bespeak for tbem a oontinuanoe of th
patronage so long extended to na.
WOODRUFF-OLIVER
CARRTAOE k HARDWARE COMPANY.
a. H. KACBT.
& SAWRIE CO.
I. V PETERS, Vioe-Freaidant.
BecratarrandTreaanrer.
PeMira Jt Bawrle.)
JeQerton Street.
O. W. KACBA-.
TENN
U. K. WITT.
LIVER.
EDUCATIONAL.
The Higbee School
TOR THE HIGHER
Education of Young Ladies
Beale. Landerdale and Jessaaina Stl..
MKilPHia. TENN.
Iacerporated with rollearlata PrlT.
lleca.
AN INSTITUTION OF HIOH REPUTE
An AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20V
v-Tborouah Enalish and Closaieal Conrae.
Modern Languages by Foreign Teachera.
Book-keeping, SUort-hand and Type
writing taught.
Beboola of Art. Music and Elocution noted
for exceptional advantages.
6pecial studenta received in every depart-
mAnnew and elegant building will beer eted
during tbe summer and tall, whrrem will be
luroiahed a spacious study hall, large pri
mary echool-rooms, olasa-rooina, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which.,
with the elegant mansion used lor boarding
pupila and the wooded pleasure grounds.,
will form one ot the moat complete school,
foundations in the South.
Catalocues ready August 4th.
For information addrrsa
MISb JENNY. M. illUBFE, Principal,
Mode phis, Tenn.
Clara Conway Institute
WILL HEOPEN
Monday, October 4, 1886..
Enrollment Lrut Term, 822.
A
SCHOOL for the development of vigor
.i ki.., wnn..k
Thia result la reacnea oy rreauio ano
thorouahness of instruction and the awaken
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A onr
and commodioue boarding department h
just been completed. ...
The department of dress making and mil
linery is added for the nrat time.
in the absence of the Principal, who Is in
Europe frr the summer, catalogues will btv
furni hed on application to Mrs. E. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
at any of the city book atore.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
THIS Institution la delightfully situated
in a retired and henltby part of the city
of Memphis, coiomntnliiig the advantage of
town aud country. The entire surrounding!
breathe an air oi peaceful .'olusion, which
ever eierta ao powerful an influence over the
moral, physic il and intellectual lite. Tbe
co u rue of study embraces the varioua
brancbea of a solid and useful education.
In the regular English conri-e, the pupila on
entering are ranked according to their pro
ficiency in Orthography, Grammar and Arith
metic Particular attention is given to Sa
cred and Profane History. Rhetoric and
foinpoaition. Latin and French enter into
the regular course. A portion ot time is al
lowed to eaoh pupil for Plain and Ornamen
tal Needlework, Khell, Flowers, etc Terms,
per Session, payable half-ytaily, invariably
la advanqe. For board and tuition in all
branches taught In tho hlhet schoola.
Plain r-ewing, Mnrking.etc , Bed, Bedding,
Stationery and Washing, JUKI and 8125, ac
cording to the age or class of the pupil.
Special terms when several members ol tha
same tamily attend the school. No allow
ance is made for .partial absence or with
drawal before the expiration of the te m, ex
cept in canes of serious or protraoted illness.
Kxtras Gorman, Italian, etc, each 812;
Musio on Piano and use of ins'rument, 830;
Drawing and Water Colors. 810i Oil Paint
ing, 820 i Embroidery and Ornamental Work,
810; II se of Library, 2; Vocnl Musio in class.
Si; Private Lessons, 815. Board per month
ur:ng vacation, if spent at the Academy,
wash ng, etc., 815. Medicine and physiciau'a .
feea will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils,' 83, 84 , 85 or 85 per month. For fur
thor particular, apply toi
AUGUSTA
ipEMALE SEMINARY
STAUATOX, VA.
MISS MARY J. BALDW1X, PKIN.
Opens let September, 1881. Cloaea June, 1887.
Unsurpassed location, buildings, grounds,
appointments. Full corps teachera; unri
valed advantages in Music, Languagea, Elo
cution. Art, Book-Keepirig, Physical Cul
ture. Board, etc, with full English Course,
two per entire session. For full particul
ars apply Io prinoipal for oatalogue.
THE STATE FEMALK COLLIGE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1886. Located in
a healthful and delightful auburb, ac
cessible by car linea to and from all parts of
city. Instruction thorough, and according
to tbe most approved educiMonal methodB.
Superior and trained specialist! in the va
rioua Departments of Music Art. Elocution,
Modern Languages, Science, Classics and
Primary Teaching.
For further purticu'ara apply to
M1SSM0LLIE MARSHALL, Prln.,
Memphis, Tenn.
PANTtP ACADEMY,
NKAH CHARl0TTKVII.LK, VA.
For T!"yn and Youn- Men. Send lir catalogue
JOU-N x. r-AMK-ON. A ."i.. Principal.
Buy. KPHAR V.'OODS, Ph. Dissociate
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
F MUSIC Boston, Mass.
THE LARCGSTand BEST EQUIPPED hitha
WO R LD 1M Iimtrurtori, lim.'. Ktnilelit. last yrar. Thor
oiiKn Instruction in Vocal ami lnatruiiiPtiLl Mu.ic. PianoBDi
Organ Tuning, Fin. Arti, Oratory. Literature. French, Ocr
man and Italian Language., English braneliet, Oynina.tics
etc. Tuition, 03 to ail) i board and room withKteam Heatanl
Elertrio Light, t7lpertcrm. fall Term heglni Sep.
temherB, 1W. fforjllurtratod Calendar, with full Information.
eddiMf. E. TOUKJEE, Dir., Fran. I In 8q., BOSTON, Mm
llopkiniaville Hlffli tohool.
THE fourteenth scho'a-tio year of this well
established, liiniicd, so'ect school for
boya and yiungmen will begin MONDAY.
August 30, 18nt- Instruction ia given in a
full course of English, Latin, Greek. Ger
man, Higher Mathematica and Bookkeeping.
Thorough teachingand striol discipline ohar
acterite the school.
Terms for r-easion of 40 Weeka Tuition..
160; Tuition and Board, 8225. Boarding pu
pila are requiradto boaid in (he family of tha
Prinoinil. For further information addresa
J. 0. FERRELL. Hopkinavllle, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFOKD CO , VIROIKIA.
Tha Slat Anaanati awwalon Opena Boa)
lember 10, 1HM.
For catalogue or special Information, ap
ply to ttollevao P. U m.
W. R. ABBOT, Prinrlpal,
VANDEEBILT UNIVERSITY
Seven Distinot Departmental Academic, .
Engineering, Biblical, w, Pharmacy.
Medical, Dental. Free tuition to stu
denaa In Theology and Manual Technology.
Catalogue tent tree on application to WILS
WILLIAMS, Secretary, Kaahvllle, Tenn.
MARYLAND MILITARY AND NA
VAL At'ADKMT, OXFOKD, MD.
A few vacancies exist In this well-known in
stitution. Applicants for adminslon are re-
queatetl to mage immeaiare HppuoRi.ion ror
aotalogue address Col. B J. BURG KSS. Sunt.
Georgetown College, D. C.
Fonwded 17H9.
THE ACADfcHISJ A N IS H'TENTIFIO
Ht'lIOOLM open September U, 1886. Apply
to President of the College.
THE M UOOL UP M. niCIHE opena
Sept. 20, lXBrt. Apply to Prof. J. W. H.
Lovejoy, M.D., 9U0 12th street, H. W.
Washington, D. 0.
Til sv Si HoOL F LAW opena on tha
First Wednesday in October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yeatman, 8ec'y, corner eta and
V. atreets, N. W., Washington. D.O.
JAMES A. DOONAN, 8. J., Prea't.
UVMTMi'lI.L.
FEMALE OolIEGE.
HUNT8VILLE, ALABAMA. Thirty
seventh session begins Wednesday, Sep.
Umber 1, 1886. A deairable school for your
daughters in all Departm nta of Female Ed.
noatioa. Supplied with new Instrument,
fine Apparatus, and a fnll Faculty. Charge
reasonable. Foroatalogu a and terms, apply
to A. B JONES, P.P.. LL P., President.
Bartlett Normal School
AND TRAINING IN8TITUTE ro BOTH
SEXES A sohool noted tor ita progres
live methods and ita tl ornugh, honest and
practical inaUuctlon. Coor e of atudy ar
ranged te meet the demands of the tlmea.
Degrees conferred, tuition cheap, board f.om.
H to 812. Ml per month location pleasant,
fehool well equlmied. Kt 'dents received
any time. First Term opens August atiltl.
re con d Term, Uctober IWIh. Addresa
N EUILKPT k NKUHAH.DT. Bartlett.Tenn
St. Mary's School,
No. SS3 Poplar Mire!,
MEHPBI., tills TLNNEflSEK.
ABOaKDING and Day School for Voung
Ladies and Childre ,, order the charge
of tbe bisters ot St. Mary, ot the English
Church. Number of pupil limited to 111).
Next achool term begins S plriuber U9tti.

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