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ABOVE THE CLOUDS;
JIEMrBIiSSOl THS SCXMIT OF
A Thunder Storm the XoaoUla
Life Among the reople De
IcoellgroKDIKOg or Til AFTgiI,.
6ALTVII.LC, VA., ADKUflt 14. We
mere now among tbe people who bave
been no charmiDg'v introduced to tbe
ou'a'de world by .Lit uubiua of Ouarlin
Kgl'i-rt C.-addnck, and as I had re
cently read "The Prophet o? tin Great
Smoky Mountain" 1 toik a live'ior in
ter-t in them. Mta Murfree ia vry
accuraia 10 nt-r portrayal oi their t
culiaritiea. The little houre where we
epnnt tbe night at the bae of White'
top ii exactly euob as ebe describes.
Fereona who expect to visit these
mountain regions otisht to read Crad
dock's books. Oraddoct sets beauties
in three mountain glees and hears
music in the sounds that murmur
through them that everyone will not
discover. She is the high priestesf of
tneee sylvan uaunts. Moon alter our
Arrival I began to cast about (or sleep
ing quarters for the night as tbe bouse
appeared too small lor all our party
tiuidrd by a bine eyed little boy I in
sprcted the barn but found the chick
ens were in ahead of me. The little
fellow told me of, another barn "lar
der up the mounting ' which I found
would suit admirably a good cover
nd filled with new timothy hsy. My
llttla i.nl.1. ..1,1 , n,.
you'uns sleep In the house?'' "We
will if tbe home ia big enough."
"wen dad and we tins can sioep In
the kitchen and you'uns is we'coiue."
Tbe little fellow's hospitality struck
me, but it is characteristic of these
re n:'e. I asked him, "Are there
riiHiiy people living in this valley?''
4,Thoi'a not many obine, but ther's
loti of 'em in a cabin" a statement
which our own observation abundant
ly conllrmed. If you ever taw raven
oua'y hungry people, gontle reader.
you can purbaos imagine us at supper
that night. I must not tall on the
rest, but you may Judge by mv own
performance. I ale four pones of corn
bread, two slices of ham, one slice of
lat Dacon, drank two cups of coffee
and six tin cups of co'd, sweet milk,
with other things thrown in for good
measure: and 1 did not htvaniuht
mare, but slept as sweetly "ai Adam
in nis Dower." lalk about our
Southern girls not knowing how to
work I it is a fonl slander on their fai
lame. Better bread never tempted
hungry mouths than the dainty hands
of our lady tourists prepared for
ns in that mountain kitchen. Tbe
r-onsliern girl is rqaHl to any emer
gencya trip like tills brings
out her slorlitig qnnlilies. Homebody
askid at supper b fir we had come
f om Abingdon. "About thirty miles,"
wrs the anBwer. "It seeniB like 4(10,"
eald Dr. Jones. Poor Oorriuel Hue
had held her own over the ranged
way, displaying wondtrful power of
endurance fur a child of oloveu turn
mrrs; but sleep overpowered her be
fore suppor was ren !y. Others full
don anywhere and wei.t soundly to
ale. p. Knoiigh rpir.t was left to have
a good time singing by the blitzing
fire, but we omitted the tale', and
aftor evening devotion all f und sleep,
ing r om under the roof t lie ladies
dowu stiiirs, the rest in the hilt. As 1
retired a s 'ono of inaUhlmi litanty
spread iteelf beforn mo. There was
an open wind jv in the lofl which
commanded a view across the valley.
The clouds were piled about in finery
niaews, drift ing above the dark forests;
the roar of a distant waloi fall smote.
my par, and over the crest of 1'otid
mountain the moon came Bailing
through an azure Bun. 1 remembered
dimly something which Craddock has
said about the moon on the
mountains, "laden with an aigoey of
uncanny iullnunces," but 1 was too
sleepy for poetry and romance, and
falling on the big brar's robe was soon
imlitlorent to moon and stars and nub
binary things, riaturdny morning we
looked out on a rainy sky, and ii was
12 o'clock before we could stsrt. The
last s'age of our journey wai the
hardest. Kvery foot of tbe way now
was climbing. The road was very
rugged, and most of the party pre
ferred to walk. Four splendid horses
drew tho wagon, and it taxed cvofy
musels in them. Four o'clock found
us still soma Uis'anca from the sum
mit and in a wild dirk forest. Ho
dense was the growth of tha trses and
the foliaga thai we could hardly one
tho sky or the gathering clouds; but
we kept near the wagon in ea-e of
n emergency. A few big rnin diops
pattered around ns, then a sudden
flush of lightning end lerrillc t ra-h of
thunder that made the horses resrand
plunge, followed by a downfall of r.iln
that might have reminded one of
Noah's days. Vol a few minutes there
was rapid work on that steep moun
tain side. The Indus put on tlmir
wre.psand weie packed into ilia wnion,
the cover was stretched, the tent cloth
put over the cover, and every
thing done to keep the Indies
and bagnago dry. Such mini Mow
it cured I Nothing was to be guitied
by utjinlingBtill, however, ami making
everything as secure as pi 8 -i tile. the.
order was given to drive on. i'rod
Kehon, Dr. Jones end invsMf were
compelled it foot it. How Kred en-
i'oyed it perhaps nobody will ever
iiuiw, for be trudged ou in d'sctoet
silence. Dr. Jones did n t cij.yit.
It was more than he had bargained
for. "1 thought I did my share of this
thing during thr, war," ho. taid, and
hugged the tiptvr aide f the road. I
enjoyed it. Fact if, I or joyed no
epiaoJo of the trip more than that
Btorin ou Whitetop. 1 startod in to
have a goad time, aed I had it. I
langhed in spite of thunder and light
ning, though I admit I d served a
thrashing lor it. Tho ladies behaved
admirably. They could not see a wink
under that waon cover, and were
pitched from side to eido of the
wretched road, amid thunder, light
aiog and beating rain, and thousands
nf feet of steep mountain slope below
them; yet nut one of them cried or
screamed or got up any kind cf eon
actional scene. They have the nerve
of heroine- even Coirine kept her
liead, and showed heirell plucky as
the bravest. It w as 5 o'clock when we
rcachod what ia called the "Spring,"
where vifitois stay. A few cabins af
fordod welcome rhelter and blazing
flies to our weary psrly. We were
now lit! ra ly ip cloudlan though the
top of the mountain was still half a
xjuiIo above us and so completely tn
Veloped in iniets as it 1 tnv s ble.
hfU't drying oft' I milled cu! thien
t'i)(is to iry aud gun the B iuimit, but
thejiig ma pes rf denne, cloud rilled
n'ous. ihe gronnd a.id drove me back.
We wre on Whitetop at last, and in
spiti ot wind end ra n snd mutl. ns
livoly aavvhr. We got to bed farlier
than util'iV becMisi we waa'nd to rife
early ni x! w lining. About 4 o'cl-ck
am. Iw s aroused by Dr. Jof.es call'-'
ing for ni oe. cover. I found hi.n
shaking ae with an agu ', but se aid
ed ia pi ng eiongi blanket ou to
svjinu hii:i u;. did? My ho 1
shivered It took six blanke's to keep
ma comfortable and all the shirts I bad
on. At 5 o'clock I woke Fred Nelson
and tbe rest end we pushed on foot to
the summit to see tbe snn rise. Tbe
sky was unclouded and scene of
transcendent magnificence lay be
low u To the sooth far as
the eye could sweep there was an
ocean of snowy mist, out of which the
great mountains l.lted themselves like
islands. It seemed as if we were sus
pended fir above tte earth and given
a blrdseye vision of tbe world on
which we dwell. We could trace
rivers, aud gulfs and bays, bead'ands,
caprs and peninsulas. Tbe illusion
wi-s almost perfect ! 'o la'guageraa
p int such a glorious vinw: it must be
seen In all of its ravishing extant and
splendor to be appreciated. We taw
the snn rie, ah'.rn of his brains nntil
b3 cleared the horizon, the gradually
lift the mists from I he valleys in
opalescent masses until they hung
like pearly mantles aronnd tho moun
tains and slowly melted into an ezare
atmosphere that bithed hilltop and
valley with its Sabbath warmth and
light. It was a place for worship -an
altar old as i reation and upreared near
to heaven, far, far above tbe shadowed
world below. With btarts full of
deep adoration for the almighty God
of nature, amid whose most impressive
symbols of msjesty and power we
stood, we mined in singing the glori
ous doxology. No wonder the
old Parseea worshipped tbe snn
on the mountain bights. It was
delightful Habbatb we spent on White
top, but I must no longer detain the
reader. I pass over our strolls under
the shady trees, the lolling on the
rich blue grass, the charming talks of
Dr. Jones about nature, into whose
laws hs basso deenlv penetrated wuh
the eye of a scientist and the heart of a
Christian, our homeward march and
all tbe details cf a iaunt not soon to
Ihe fa igoont the trin was ereat
perhaps too coit f ir some of our
party, who mav not care to take it
again. Jtut with such a captain as
f.ea poison, and such a scholarly in
terpreter Of the rocks and troea as Dr.
Jones, and such charming ladles as
made up our party. 1 am readv on
short notice to trv it sirsin. Wo
reached Abingdon safely, amply repaid
lor our trip acove the clouds.
P. jA, BTKKli
Crops NnlTerlnar. fur Knln-JJncli
lOORKISrOMDINOB OF TBI iPPSAL.I
Makvill. Abk.. August, 18. Yon
hear from me at last, and I cannot
say 1 have any good news to write
for we are having dry weather and
bave not had a good rain in a month.
Jotton Is opening very fatt and shod
ding very badly. If we do not have
rain in a few days cotton will bo cut
very short. There is a ereat deal of
sickness. The doctors are broken
down, and several deaths have oo
curreu. more was a very sad one
happened a fow days ago. Ernott
Kindle wss riding horseback, and a
hog running across the road, bis horse
foil over it and. falling? on him.
crushed his head. Ha died in less
than six hour kftnrwards.
A Tnlnnble Remedy.
Uriimlreth's Tills have been usid bv
millions of human beings. Their
suo.o.b is founded upon the theory of
raaon, ana nu auouive ohm rvatlon
of symptoms of diaonso. Wha ovfr
makes had diKesli .n breeds deasn.
and whntover makes so.id d'lroitlon
cur.s difeaso Urandroth's Pillj make
good digestion, purify tho blood and
rnnovo all bad humors out of tho
body by the oigaue of the stomach
nd bowels. Ihev act in harmonv
with vital action and work of nuta
tion; the stiength lncrear-es, the skin
and the eye become clear, and the
symptoms of the nia'ady are surely
rendernd milder by their use. They
are harmless for ail ajes and condi
tions. Itonhlo TrnircOy In New Mrslro.
Dknvkh, Col., August 18. A special
from Albuqtierqno, N. M., Bays: A
double irauedy occurred in the town
of Magilalena, resulting in the death
of John Lynch and Joe Van Winked,
lloth were cowboys and became in
volved in a peraonal ditflculty while
under tho influence of liquor. It is
stated that Van Winkel, who was
comparatively a stranger, was the fl'bt
to pull hie. gun. He was at once shot
down by Lynch, who then prorewled
to riddle the holy with bullpta.
Lynch was about to mount his horse
and escape when he was shot dead by
f. lends of Vau Winkel. A man
named ltrnwn, who ii snpp eed to
have killed Lynch, has tsenpod.
Nerve nu Injimriloai on IHarnae
By invigorating fnohlo eonttltution, reno
vatlns a ilclillltnil i.hyl(ue, and tnrlohlnr
a ttiin ana tnnuinil.uu circulation with
llontettor Stomiioh Hitter., tti flne.t, tl.o
punt bmhly Mio-tlnne.l. and the inunt loiu
!' tonic and eroveniive In xlntonoa. It
itroimll.oni the itnniach, rcmadiea tnrenr of
tha liver ana bowalr, and glvM a houlllifal
trapuliie to Ilia ecrtive and il,.harln
fuiiKiont nf tlia kidnrra mid b adder. Nut
only dtai it arrttt and i.rerentthe reenr
reaee ol malarial fcveri, but it lurniihn
l oily aaeiiuate afiu:ird ofainut thom to
pertosi riniae ntTer lioen alHIolod wllh
ihon maln.liei, bill would be liable to incur
Utmif ueiiicmally inyrolecled. It elim
ln the lived certain Impurities
which the mot rkllltal i.athohoiita atnian
aa the ecltin ctiua of thine agonitinacoiu-
liiniuiF, rncuuiaiiMii an.l out, ana it ll,
moreover, an nvcMilnnt r.m..i r.,r an en
feebled or overwrought elate of tha Bar
ami uir uiauai detondonoy.
SrlahUiil Holler Eaploalon.
DarraoiT, Mien., AiiKtiit 18. A Frtt
Prrtt special from Yenuontville.M.ch ,
says: The most frightful bjiler ex
plosion ever known in this vioinitv oc
curred today at noon near th's villpge.
E. Darrow snd I-e.ma.rd Oarangor
weie lnsUnily killed. The body of
the la'ter was blown to fragments and
hurled thirty rode. A piece of the
boiler, weighing 1500 pounds, was
thrown nearly forty rods Darrow
leaves a lare family very poor.
Garangor was unmarried. The came
of tbe explosion ie wholly nnknowo.
The engine was a steam propeller for
a threshing mschine.
Boston, Mass, August 18 It has
been detiuitely learned that Graf, the
defaulting treasurer of the Atlantic
end Indian Orchard Mills, has com
mitted suicide. His body was found
this morning at Blue Hill.
Am Additional lhartaa;e la Ilia Ae.
Ciiicauo, III, Auguft 18. A tec
ond witrrai t tor tbe n nr.eat of Col.W.
H Polt.in, of the mating department
o' lh Chii-aiio p Hlollii ws iH'ued
tt.ia nfternoiin, owing to the alleged
diwovery t.f mi r.dditton..l ehoi t.ig in
Urol fa Kmnlaloo
Of pure Cod Liver 01, with Hypo
pboephites, is a mos valuabla remedy
for consumption, scrofula, waiting (lis
eaei of ehildien, colds and chrcnio
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of fl ph, a luck of nerve
power and a gnnu'al debility of the
buhtcribe lor ihv "Ippertl.'
FORT S31ITD; IKK. '
RESULT OF THE 20GEES-
Third Tern In Congress Ass red
the Present Iacambent by Col.
ICOERISPOSDINCI Of TBS imiL.I
Fobt Smith, Ark., Aognst 10
Judge John II. Rcrs came no from
Charleston on vsietdayend left this
morning for Washington. He hes
been veiy 111 for nearly three weeks
nuu I? vry unit) mu tnin, uui, luts uis-
ease is cured and it is bulievrd a short
s ay at one of the Virginia springs will
rert"re his health. He came from
Washington on tbe 18 h cf July and
at once entered into the contest for
Congressional choice in fioott county.
mat county on tbe 24th ultimo by a
most enthusiastic vote declared in fa
vor of JuJge Rogers, which, with
Montgomery county, brought bim
within one vote of tbe nomination.
From Scott county he went to Logan.
repaiea to give a faltnfnl account of
is stewardship, lint tie becameserious
ly ill and was nnable to do anything
whatever in hL? behalf, and by advioe
of bis family physician was removed
to Ohsrleston. His friends came to
the front and made a vigorous fight
for the man who bad made a strong,
faithful and Influential Representative
i jr tne district..' Division was caused
in that county Because none but Dem
ocrat were allowed to participate in
the primaries, Judge Rogers's friends
holding that notwithstanding the order
of the Chairman of the County Dem
ocratic Executive Oommit'ee, all con-
rests in tne partv rouid be deciried by
Democrats alone. Terry's friends
claimed that if a cilu n pledged his
support, to the nominee, he should
vote. This wo understood to be
the nia'ter cf difference. Bat
Col. Terry has withdrawn,
w hich loaves the field to Judge R gers,
and ineures him a third term in Con
gre s. lliarocnrd is open and full of
good work. Here and there he has
incurred hostility because he had sot
in his control sufficient Federal
latronago lo Rive all candidates an
ollle; when he was criticised for any
vote or action taken by him in Con
gress, he was always reedy in a manly
way to Rive the people tbe fads and
let them judge for themselves. Of
tuch a mae, tbe people of the ditt'ict
and Slate can be proud.
From a friend of Judge Rogers your
correepondent learned today that Mrs.
Rogers bad written that about a week
ago burglats entered his residence in
Washington and after placing tbe fam
ily, who were sleeping, under Ihe in
fiueno8 of chloroform, made search
through the house for valuables and
carried away all the tilverware and
o'her articles. No harm wss done to
the family. Of this Judge Rogers will
know nothing until he reaches Wash
Our town is wild over the baseball
excitement. The tome Dine succeeded
in capturing during last week the Hoi
bprinys nine in a three tame contest.
Our nine will go to Hot Spring! and
play their nine in a three game con
t't. In this contest Hot Springs must
W'n the three games to hold the cham
pionship, while our boys, having
altoady wou two pauies, need only to
win two nura to muke thorn the
Many of our people are spending
the AugiiBt days at the watering
Circuit Court is in HCHsion at'Wal.
K ft! FRlitta is ranldlv ndvanclnir. thn
di'iiuiud being br k.
Dr. A. J1, K i mm oris ll nuita ill at his
ro'i- eiics nn tne reserve.
Ihe Oxlurd iraevdv ia frealv dis
cussed on our streets and the matter
Jiio AHiMic Club of this city, at
Aihlftic l'aik. will crrsa hata with thn
Webb City (Mo.i nine, broinnino-
j uceunj' next. H. p.
Au lutclllKeut Dob;.
i.ai.i.af, ikx, Aoimst lo. A re
markable incident occurred today at
the Dallas Slate Fair grounds. A fair
will be hold in Ocobsr, and already a
iiumuer i i siocx raise ra nave their n-
lnia s on the spot. Among tbe blood
ed ho bos is a half year old colt. Tbis
oungsier ie i into a welt, which
y caielossmsa bad been loft nn-
Covered. The water In tha wnll
wes just shallow enough to allow the
colt to keep his no.e above the sur
face). One ot lh horsemen has a
Mooileil n otch teirier cro and w.th
bull, lids i nature in his rambles
ebJlit ilia l'ir (.iroimda discovered
the c ilt's dangon-.tis predicament. He
would run Ir.tu thu well to thest-
tih'S and whine a- the. f: ot of his mai.
tr, arm then run back to tbe well.
lo kept tins nutn liernintentlv I hat.
i tie iiorit imm iiinii'v lo lowed the doe.
J no latter lucked in'o Urn wnll ami
thon app'-nlineiy into tha face of his
muster. When the latter cinfa nn to
the well lie discovered the cause of the
intelligent aniniai'a solicitude, and
n Hem d the co!t. Tho don was beside
himself with joy, alternately licking
Ids 111 inter's hand end nrani-iiionrnnn 1
ma con, avoiding Ins legs, however,
wi.icti lie seemed to mistrust as the
dangerous possesion of a creature in
sensible to gratitude.
Killed for Nlrnllntr Hrloaa.
I.ot'iHvii.i.ti, Ky Aiiiiuat 18. A
Time nrwial fayn Mmits KiggiDB shot
and kiiletl I'Hlrirk Sullivau, a boy
w.' om lie cauiiht in his melon patch,
1 A A 111! t . .
rrvrwirevt wttb eM rrnt toPnHtv,atM(rth and
llralll.fuftUNU. Nr. rrl.N" llklnir IVwdiT i-onlAtn.
En Aimiionlft.l ln,,Aliim urriuvpl.tnn, tr. I'rl,'
suacte, Vaiitlla. ltuun, rte., It.ror d.ltvluuely.
pact mono Kwocn co. am st Lto
To Ki tnte OwnerH anil AitPtiK
IJAHTIES ha-lng sMewalks t put down
1 will find it to their interest to api.ly to
1 . II. li IvLl, ... .VailiMii., or shop, 34
ro'or..i. fonirii'ior tor tewnrta Urano- J
nin'o raTeiucnu. xeiepnone i.
APPEAL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10. 1888.
Prot. Chs. Ludvrfg Von Seerjer
Prufetor ot Kedicltu ai tk Royal Duimnityi
Xnitkt of (Ae ,ytti Aulrtan Order lit Iron
Irtitm; KnipKt Lommandrr of iKt Royal Span-
uroer if ItaarUa; ash"" W Aoy
fruuia GrUr nf tAe R,d K,
of (a Legion of 1mor, Etc., Kit., layi:
" MKIIIQ ( O.'H COCA BEEF TOXIC
vhnuld not ha confr.nnded with tha hnrda
of trathy eare-alla. 1c ia in noaenteot tha
wora a patent remedy. 1 am thoroughly
o.nvenant with iu mode ol preparation,
and know it to be not only a legitimate phar
maceutical product, but alio worthy of the
high oommendalione it baa received in all
parti of tha world It c.ntaini enience ol
Beef, Cooa, Quinine, Iron and Calinaya,
which ara Hiitftlv,l in oure aannina finan-
Uh imperial Crown Hherry."
Invalaable to all who are Run Down. Ner-
voui, Dynpeptle, Bilious. Malarioua or af
flicted with weak kidueyi. JUewarei l
iter aajealv'a Favorite CosmeUe
TllA ku ft fJiJ,nmM Am Prim
Wain and tha nebility. For tbe Skin, Com
plexion, Eruptions, Chapping, Roughneaa.
I.IEBIfl Til Oennlaa Svrnn At
flaraaparllla la tuaranteed as tha beat
caraaparllla in the market.
M. Y. Ilenot. SH S1I URAT STREET.
Horses. Cattle. Sheep
DOGS, UOOS, rOULTRY,
In nao for over 20 yonrs by Fanners.
StockbrecdeiH, llurso It. It., o.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
STABLE CHART t
Mounted on Rollers & Book Mailed free. '
IIumi.hrcya'Med. Co.. 100 Fulton Bl N.T,
t.fer-jl HOMEOPATHIC fj ft
Si SWIC No.illJ
InuimJU veirs. Thr only nuccntiafiil remmlr for
Nervous Debiliiy, Vital Weakness.
anil PrrMtrnfiitn (rum nV(tr-ivork Or ottiar osubpI
f I Ier vial, or 6 rial um) liirpo vinl powder, for fSj
ntLiJi y imrnmiHTH, urmnH iiihiiihiii on rocpiijLtj
pricti. ummpmrymw ntairiieie., juw fuiws bu( n.
DR. S. McIiANE'S
BE SURE YOU GET THE OENUISG, Thi
Vountorleit8 are made in ht. Loan, Mo.
PURE COD LIVE!
K OIL AND LIME. .
X! -c an
Wet th (tannine Arll-1 Thccrrnt
Lopularityof "Wilbor'a Compound of Cod
iver Oil aod Lime" haa in'lucoa eoui. un
principled persona to attemi t tn i ilm off a
simple article of their own manuluctnre;
but nny person who is suffering from Conghs.
Colds or Consumption, should bo oaroiul
where they purchase this article. Ihe re
sults of its use are its best recommendations,
and the proprietor haa ample evidenoe no.
file of its great success In pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of l.ime possesses a
most marvelous hraling power, as oombined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbnr.
It la proscribed by the medical faculty. Held
by A. B. Wil.ob, Chemist, lloiton, und
We enrdllMy recommma
tourSJ s t).ctst ttreely
nown lo us Ut aauittura
We h,va sold cosiltttr.
ll'lc, snd In every cm It
rui given MlUftctlLQ.
HuJion. N. Y.
Sold by Druggists,
W. N. HALDEMAN.
Presidont of tho Great LOUISVILP. COU-
WiSJK-JtlllKJN Al. CO., tolls hat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Curo.
Ol rto OF Tut Coraras-JovRVAU
Leon vtLLg, Kt.
Dr. Winfel itatlA. Sir I rfniia a rnle I hit.
onserved loi many years, the value ot your
remedy prcrupting iuo to any, in ropfy to
your reiiuert, what 1 know of your Chill
Cure, The .irivale asurans of its efllcacy
I had, and the good resu'U Hts eflocts I
had obsorved on Kr.lt. W, Mi.rtdlth, who,
lor more than IttMS rearr.thad been fore
man of my oflne, loitnoed me. to't.st It In
mylttmils. The r.nlti havelbMii entinl.
satiafuctory. Tke firvt eai vtar of two
years' standing, in wh'fh I bellev. every
en remedy bad bsn triad with temrin.
rare relml th. chills returning poriodimilly
and with sinniinfflf lnoron,ed snverilv.
Your cure hroke them at onoe. anil Oinnt hne
been no recurrence of them for more than
six months. The other case was ot a mililer
form, and yielded nior. readily to olhor
remedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals until your medicine was used, sine,
which time, now several months, thev have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I nave had to judge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure 1st
valuable specific, and performs all you
promise (or it. K.spe itfully,
W. N. HALTlKMAH.
ARTHUR PBTKK Jk CO., Agents, Louis-
rvw,. MnoMivllkrrtrat'il tailaloalWi
It ' ; ' :' Siveprinfvl, arra rm.lv.
rnprviePTit. over ISO view, Oritrl
Kaal kite or tHnoe A Llbrnrs
VMka, TablM. Chairs,
Book Caaea. Lonnirea.
Ladies' Fancy Desks, Afl
Flneet (kNHtH and ljOirea.
rrir Ouft.mntrt. CVilalosj
rrvea. lotMr. so. iKMtaa
KV KB KNOWN,
rpo ALL roiNT9 IN ARKANSAS AND
X TEXAS, via Memphis and Little Kick
Railroad, with double daily oonnertions
August 27, 24 and Hh. TickeU good thirty
days, Stop-nver privileges will he albiwed,
going and coming. Arrangements have been
made with the Kurt Smith road runningspeo
ial train, to ennnent with both our traine
Tnrough ooschos to Fort Smith and through
aleeier to Eureka Springs, Hot Sirlnirs,
Ark., included in thsss exourslon ratos. For
books, inapt and papers of Arkansas and
Toxas, mailed freo, and all other In (urina
tion In roference to exrursinn bv wriline
J. H. FK AN KLIN, Passenger Agent, Mew
DOL1MI FINK, General Managor, Mem-l-his.
W. K. SliTTuV, Pasi'r Agt , Corinth, Miss.
D. MILL Ell, General l'asseni-er Agent, Lit
tle Hock. Ark.
Trains le-ave at S:M a.m., and I :y p.m.
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
C)K HORSE rOWKK-Nar!yr.i.w. A'o,
JKJ saiokontark, bolting. i ullvs. shall.
ing, tools, etc.
Applv to or a.l'lrcss
TOoF, MoiiuWA.N A CO,
J Veree la I
f TO ft DATS.Vl
M QeermBi nel
iw aiaiiof .veaaraare
-i n'iTv n ft iit r
. A OXHKBAL riU AMM MAMUM B CI IX KM.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
xnnBOTona ' '
OflleelO Mad lion Street. MeOTphU, Teiiii
M. JONES, Praildent.
3S and 40
( 1 1 aTw 1 n
H. M. JQW13. JWO. K. SPggD, I. t. PKT8R8, QKO. ARWOLP, W. p. F. BAWRTW.
till lath market.
209 MAIN STREET,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers
M. 0. PEARCE.
M aasaaaaw mwjuAUUAE
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENH.
ra.iu.ss WrwliwnwN-Mati. HH mwH9, TTbIob Blravn
SLEDGE BEOS., of Com,MIsg.
flog. 358 and 358 Front Street Memphfn Tenn.
f. . lima,
a, w. eiewnx,
AT.STnn nnnweu. a nn
And CenutlMloa McrehaBtj. Hay, Cora
AdBt. iaeai, riaaxer, umuaiig ana lire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union. I Howard's Row. Memphis.
MOT All I GO.
Cotton Factors and
S90-CS3 Sront 0t.,
Cotton Factors. Commission Oerchante,
Ho. HO Gonlh Haln St., Ki. Itunlsa
KELLY, KOPIE ILLY,
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
Nov. 393 Itala Street. Gmj Block.
8ecMMn to rOBTEK, TAIXOB CO.,
wo. soo rirowT stbeet. i thjsmpkis. tenh
J. A. BAILKT.
J, L BAILEY & CO,,
33G Necoiid street, lemphiN.
ALAROB AND COMPLKTK STOCK OP PLUMBKRS, fl AS ANll STKAM FITTERS
Materials, i'umpt. ilrivt W.lli. Iron, Lead and Btonc Pipe, Gn; rixtures, Globes, Kto
W. I. WIHttMO J, Vn-frnltn U
& SAWBIE CO,
I. F. PETERS Vlaa-Prulile.t
THE "HAQNOLU BB1ND"
Willi at rnll awrli
t i MEMPHIS. TElffW.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
f, M. NOBFUJET, Resident Partner.
0. W. TOMLIN: WM. BENJE8.
WEW CARRIAGE Flfiftl.
TomliK & Benjes,
179ain St., Meiiiiihlg,
Offer srecial Inducements in Open Bugsit
of our own make, at fH6; TopLuKgiees
our own make, at lliti. All work wai
ranted. Call bafore you buy.
w- Having disrosod of our entire stock
Vohieles nnd t je MHinif.icturirig Uopari
niont to Messrs T'lMLIN i BKiIJi'S, w.
biti-ii:iit Vor thom a contir.nniion of th.
ps ri.oHKe so long e.it,inlf .1 lo us.
t'AVmjA'vV, & H .viiWflhK CiiMVaKV
a. n. mavbt.
0ata,8raa, Chop Feed, OU-Ieal,
a. w. haobae.
0. K. WITT.
11 & 00,
The Higbee School
FOR THE HIGHER .
Education of Young Ladies.
BeaJe, Landerdat. and .Temamlnt Sti..
Incorporated wiih C'olicclate Prlw.
AN HJSTIT1JTI0N OP TflQH REPTJTK
AKD KSOWN KXCKUENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept SO
"Tiorooah Ensliah and Clerical Conne.
Modern Languagea by Foreign Teachers.
Book-keeping, tioort-band and Type
Bohoola of Art. Mutle and Elocution noted
for ezoeptionl adractafres.
Special itadenU received in .Tory deptrt
menU A new and elegant building will beer-cted
during tbe anmmer and tall, wherein will be
lurnished a apacioua ttudr hall, large pri
mary aohool-rooma, olana-roomi, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with tbe elegant mansion need tor boarding
p"fi 5 n1 tD" woded pleMure gronndi,
win form on. ot the moat complete cchool
foundation in th. South.
S Catalogue ready August 4th.
lbb JENMY M. HWBBE, Principal,
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Last Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for th. development of rigor
n i.. 'u' , tboughiui, noble womanhood.
Ihia result is readied by breadth and
thoroughness of Instruction nnd the awaken
ing of patient. srnA,t .n.l.a.n, a -
and oommodions hninv li...,.m..i l
. . . uv..,uHVUI U
just been oompleted.
ineaepartmentot dressmaking and mIN
linery ia added for the f rst time.
In the absence of the Principal, who Is in
Europe fcr the summer, catalogues will b.
furnirhed on application tn Mrs. K. P. M,.
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
at any of the city book storee.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
THIS Institution is delightfully situated
in a retired and healthy part of the city
of Memphis, coininiinuing th, advantage of
town and country. The entire surroundings
breathe an air ol peaceful feolmion, which
ever .sorts so powerful an influence over th.
moral, physical and intellectual Ilia. The
course of study embraces the various
branchea of a aolid and useful eduction.
In th. regulsr English course, the nunila on
entering are ranked aoenrding to their pro
ficiency in Or.hog. aphy, Gram mar and Arith
metic. Particular a'tention is given to Sa
cred and Profane History, Khetorio and
(omposition. Latin and French enter into
tbe regular crurse. A portion of time ia al
lowed to each pur.il for Vluin and Ornamen
tal Needlework, t-hell. Flowers, .to. Terms.
per bession, p-yable half-yoaily, invariably
u nuTiuw, ir uoarn ana luuion in an
branohe. taught tn the highest schools.
Plain bowing, Marking.rtc . Bid, Bedding,'
Stationery and Washing, 8100 and 125, ac
cording to th. ag. or olass of the pnpil.
special terms when several members ot th.
same family attend the school. Nu allow
ance ia mad. for partial absence or with
drawal before the .miration of the te m, ex
cept in oases of serious or protracted illness.
Extias German, Italian, etc, each $12;
Musio on Piano and use of instrument, $30;
Drawing and Water Color", $10i Oil Paint
ing, $20; Embroidery and Ornamental Work,
$10; Lseof Library, $2; Vocal Music in class,
; Private Leai-ons, $15. Board per month
during vacation, if spent at the Academy,
wash ng, eio., $15. Medioino and physioian's
fees will form eitra chargos Terms for day
pupils, $3, $4,$5 or $6 per month. For fur
ther particulars apply to tho
Tulane Uniyersity of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1847-1881, Iho Univorslty of
-e-rrc. j Louisiana.
T TS advantages for practical instruction In
X diseases ot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superabundant materi
als frOUl the ffTVlt CluirilV ilHitnl with it.
700 bods, nnd 20.000 pati.-nta annually. Stu
dents have no hosp tat-focs to pay and siie
oial instruction is daily given at the bedside
oi the sick, as in no other institution. For
catalogue or inf rmntion, address
i-ror. b. is. uiiAlLljts, M. D., Dean,
P. 0. Drawer Ml.
New Orleans, La.
THU STATE FEMALR COLLEGE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1886. Located in
a healthful and delightful suburb, ac
cessible by car lines to and from all parts of
city. Instruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educational methods.
Superior and trained ( noclalists in ihe va- .
rlous Departments ol Music, Art. Elooution,
Modern Lant-tlilirna. SnlnnrA. CAninina onrf
tor lurther particulars apply to
M1SSM0LLIE &. MARSHALL, Prln.,
IfonkliiHtille Ifitth &H100I.
THh fourteenth "choia-tio year of this well
established, limited, select school for
hoyannd v. nne mon will heoin MOND4V.
A'lguPt !i0, 18tl fns'ruction is given in a
full course of Kngluli, Latin. Greek, Ger
man. Higher VathdtniLLirK nn.l rtrtokkenr.inir-
Thon ugh teachiiigftud ftiictdisoiplineohar
acterne the school.
Terms for Session of 40 M'eks-Tuition,
$W; Tuition and Board, $225. Boarding pu
pils are requirad to board in the family of th.
Principal. For further information address
J. 0. FERRKLL. Hopkinaville, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFORD to , VIRGINIA.
The Slat Annnnl Ncnnlon Open. 8e
ember 10, IHIstt.
For catalogue or snecisl Information, ap
ply to Hellovue V. O,, Va.
W. It. AUIIOT, Principal,
aahvlllp, Tenn Heal Sonthem
Home lor Girls. Giri this vear. A non.
sectarian school. 1'ittroniied by men of lib
eral minds iual churches. Unsurpassed in
Music, Art and Lupkiuim. For riitnlogu.
jidruaa 1K. W. I) WtKll.
AND J I. Ill LT IN IVEJISITY
Sovcn Distinct llcpartments : Academic,
Kngineering, ilibiifti. Us, Pharmacy,
Medical. Dental. Wan initinn stn-
acnssin ineoiogy auu JUanual iochnologv.
Catalogue sent flee on ai.j.lication to IL3
WILLMMf, Pecretarv, Nashville, Tenn.
Doshler Fomale Institute
Bonrtliir anil liav slool for Tonne
I.nttlHeTaMcmnlelH, Aliibama, .
-f OTH ANNUAL SKSSiON opens Wednes
IZl day. Sent. 1, IRS.'.. Full Faculty of ex
perienced and accomi.lihed teachers. Char
tered institution. Fir.t-clas in all its ap-
f ointments. Board, including fuel and
ights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, embracing Anciontand Modern Lan
guages, with Music, will be furnished tba
entire year for t 0 in advanoe; the above,
with Art, 1225. Catalnguoe, containing fall
iiartioulars. sent on am. flection.
riAJUtifltn. A-tti., frincliial.
THK AOADrMIll AND Nt'IENTiriC
MI IIW01.M open September 0, 1880. Apply
to President of the College.
THE (K HOOL OF nsDirilE open.
Sept. 20, WW. Apply to Prof. 1. W. H.
Lovejoy, M.D., 900 12th street, N. W.,
Washington, D. 0.
THK Mi Ilt'OL H F LAW opens on th.
First Wednesday in October. Aonlv to
Saml. M. Yeatman, Seo'y, corner 6tb and
i. streets, w. h ., waning
'., 'athingtoD. D. 0.
, BOON AN, 8. J.,PTe8't.
Bartlett Normal School
AND TRAINING INSTITUTE yog BOTH
SEXKS A sohool noted for its progres
sive methods and its thorough, honest and
practical instruction. Course ot study ar
ranged te meet the demands of th. times.
Degrees conferred, tuition cheap, board front
IX to 112.50 per months location pleasant,
aehool well equipped. Students received
any time. First Term opens Anrust SSd.
Second Term, Ootober 8Mb. Address
NEUHA RDT A N KUHARDT. Bartlett.Tena
A CLASSICAL PCimoL of Mch glide for
Bojs and Hirl. hnglmh Course, Latin,
Greek. Music and Art Itaoroitirhly tnught;
Hook-keeping also, lioy fitted tor college.
For cataloturs address tboPrincii.nl,
H. V. CUK IV, -onierville, Tenn.
St. Mary's School,
R. 5S Poplar Mreet,
MEMPHIS, tills TKSVrsUri
A HOARDING and Cay School for Young
Ladiea and ChildreDi under tb. charges
of th. Sisters ot St. Mary, of tbe Euglirh
Church, Number of pni.ila limited to liO.
Next school lerm begins Hpl.'eMtse'r HVIIs.
NEAR CTl t rll.OTTrlsVrl.l.R. VA
ForTlnva and Youns Vn. Send for ratalogu.
JOI1JI K. .SASil'.-UN. A.v... Hrinripal.
Ksv. EDGAR WOODS, Ph. b , Atiwiatv