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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1880.
ASOTDEP.' BIG STRIKE.
HEW roRK STREET C1B DRIVERS
lilck If alnBt the Addltlou of an Ex
tr Trip to Their Daj'a
Work.
Kiw York, Anpiut 23.-On tbo
WRrkboftrJ iLtide tho L.'-J-t :r a room of
the Broidway nd Heventh Avenuo
hone rnilroad oilier i, Fifl -.nth etrcct
fjd Seventh avenue, wri ln,t ck
notice tlit on Mondny a new time
t-ble would (to lot elFec'., and request
ing the drivtna aud conduc J r be
ontlifl Inokout for it. The wt n were
wa'-hfii!. On t' ttm'iy mo.ninn, up
intliB employ ' room, wr hong a
news:!" title that called for rix tri3
'tJtbe Ta'.lery iceL: il d Cvb tripe
thev lBi been roiikinj,'. Toe time
t bie wi " inni-nior ly rnrjf?r i bo tfint
the six ttipe were t be dote in ti e
twelve hours a'low.'d bylaw. To ef
fect thi, in many cairs the hour for
t'arting on the first trin w Bet mwrli
earlier ttnn before, nu the time f ir
Bfart ng tbo la t trip wrs tt niui'b
later. The law tlra no a iot'ntof
tbo time betwcon tvlt -,. Trm men
orowled and kept it up a'l dty lonir.
Tho local asfemblymen met tratimUy
evening and the now 'able we- dii
cnrBed. It wn plp'n that the men
were disturbed by the chr-nge, and
that if they had ttioir own way they
would kick. It wr i deemed advl-nble
o delay action over Honday.
Tbev met . after mklnlht If it
nislit iu the h U, and at
1:30 th's morning wtro di?cn; 'Iur
whether It would be better to tio up
the Broadway line alone or to wn t
and persuude tho men on the Kixtti,
E ghth and Ninth avenurs and the
beit lines 1 1 act and tio up all tho linen
together. They said that if they tied
up BronUwiy only tho rr u't minhl be
in dout t, but that if all the West Side
roads were ted up the strike could net
last lorn r than a day at the oniside,
and tho companies would rnadily no
back to tho pr. Bent order of thini(N. It
was evidently decided to tie up the
BroaJwny lino at ouca and no or ou
that route ura running this mornlug.
One tf tho Broadway conductoia sid
tlmt though tho now schedule In
cretmetl tho tripe from five to tlx and
lengthenod r ut the diy greatly, it did
not raise tho men's pey. The law
which save that hoiso rail. Old em
ployes shall no', be worked more than
twelve hours a dav ingeniously omit
ted to say "twelvo consscutivo loorir,"
and it would bo easy to arrango a
rchedule under it bo that a diiver
thouM be lawfully deprived of any
chance to sleep three consecutive
hours a day.
TUa rOLICB IN CIIAHUff,
Sprtrt. Ooombs. f mm the Twenty
second Biecinct I'olite fetation, with.
fifty policemen, took pcsstiion of the
J!rondwy It.ilroad Company's sta
bles, by ordri-s from police headquar
ter, ai soon iih the n'riko m reported
this moreing. Acting t'oliso bupBiin
tndent rjteoia. on bis arrival, oidered
t!ie n serves in every precinct to b
he'il iu the etn'ions until fiinher or
ders, anil rut hiimeif In immediitto
communioalii n with the precinct uom
niunilmu uml I hkI nmt iil thorn t.n ni'ff.
lect no liriKv.nl.oa BituliiHt puHiiblb
trouble. Mo't cf the cnotains came
to hedqwiriei8 during the forenoon
and conferred Willi tno liiiipsrlur.
They wera told to hold their oil' pin
tcoiB unil no'leo win given fioin
headquarters that tlioy would no
longer be neewsary. Tne half hourly
reports from the ntahlss reproacntul
everything cs quiet. J'o'ica Inspector
Ihlke, alt r vUnisg the p;lioe on duty
there, emm in end reported that the
superintendent of the r.iilronl was
awaiting Ilia airival of tho presidmit
at the stnh'ics hef oro taking any tuition.
Tho sup'Tintondont wtB of tho opin
ion that ninny of the man wcro anx
ious to accspi his otlor to the men to
so to work u (he old time table and
at the old into na a compromise pend
ing the j.ri'nidei t's rrrival, but they
were afraid o! t ie nnlconlenls.
XKYt" ALB.tXY, MISS.
The Town IIiiIIiIUik i't Improved
JIcmII1i-IIi C'lrriiU i'ourl.
IcoKnM'oNDKtft or tiis Arrmi. I
New Ai.hany, Mi s, Angit-t 21.
The County (Jjurt of Union ie in ses
sion at thiu, the juueti n cf the Mom
phi, Uiunivrick and Atlantio' ami the
Ripley a:;il Ship Island railroads. The
tiitil 'of r'il Willaui'oa hai been
. juoved to Ripley.
The two rwdi lm'.h expect to cirry
off the preeuit cropfif citt in.
Threw i.ow iKiildingi nr.) g ii'g up,
one a fuiiu nio etJie, tho other two
s.'neral u uicbinidis?. It is exoecei!
ihatsevm! ucw baildings will no up
to rn, l'enoin in ne'ghhoriiig towns
contemplnta moving hers.
It is remnrkMh'o thn. while IxhI sum
mer was so veiy sickly hero that tho
health is very ood, wlnl ' ot her neigh
boring towi.s aio very nckiy. ol a
case of sluhiiHhs in town.
Jadge Chihuers ntid C, l. Morgin
bo'.h spoke here thii week. It memed
that Moritun had the crowd.
The test ela tion of whitky Is to bn
enthellUlh lottiiut. the opinion is
is that the county will go dry bv 20)
or :!tX). Tue -rhiiky meu are afraid to
come out. koiikut,
krrloit Uitllronil rolllalun.
PntLAl)ii"iiA, Ta., AuciHt 2H.
Ouite a eiftjms a'xideiit by which
seven peraoiiH weio Injnrod, mora or
lees fertrus ', o.'c.urrtut i t Aticann, a
small Bint ui o i tlie Cumdon nn 1 At
lantic mi r. nd, twenty eight miles
from Cauidnn, yenter.luy inoin ng by a
collision biHweeo the rrgulnr excur
Biont'sin havirg Onindou st 7 o'clock
and the fiM newspaper train which
left At'nntic City on ill return to Ca n
den at S:l5oVl uk a. in. The litter
train had cr iers to sidetrack at Ar.co
ria and wait for the excursion, 'hie
thero a. 7:")'J o'clock, to raw. The
exturs:.ou cousisted of im ongine of
the "cnuielbaok" pattern and six
cr.iwJed coai'lioa. They lud beenrnn
ning at regular epeed of twenty-two
miles Pr hi nr until noarng a curve
just thti fii le of Ai c )iia, when the en
giater si ked up in order to pa-B on
lim", he being then one iii'mi!) ami a
half ahead. As ho rounded the curve
he siw the newspaper tra n j UHt ab'mt
t i ei.tr the siding, but bcf iro he
could reversa his engine thev collided
with terrific foice. Tho tendsr of the
pa sjnger train engine was telescoped
into the smoking car and the car im
mediately heh nd wps badly dm?pnd,
but neither of them left the rails.
When a coil si on was sees to be inevi
table the enKioeer and firemen
umpd and escaped injury, with the
exception of Engineer l'ine, of the ex
cursion, who was uaJiy hurt and may
die.
The llrliluli .rln Trade.
London, August 2'i The Markl.ime
y;rr..i, iu its lcvlew of the Brlilhh
grain trado during the pastweek.sjys;
The Iuivbs thus far havo been
greatly dis: pio'ntir.g. A spell of dry
weather witi hot tuusl.ine may yet
redeem what appears to be a bad bar
vest. The returns of 423 wheat dii
tricU show that 39 are above the av
eraite, W$ are tqnal to it, and 2.8 are
below it. The yield of barley fn 227
out tif 427 districts is below the aver-
go; of oats, in 265 ont of 433 dis
tricts: of beans. In 12 ont of 275 dis
tricts; and of peas, in 115 out of 245
districts, irnde is sluggish, f.ngusu
wheat is genera'! one enilling dearer.
The sal: j of English wheat during the
week were 4S,W0 quarters at 3'Js 7d,
against 23,540 qnartirs at 33s 5d dur
ing the corr: -; jo ding period last year.
Floor !s 6d 1 1 Is dearer. l-'ort;irn
hea'-, rro only C 1 to Is. chieuy no,
dearer, ! 1 i ep z :d a gr ,r a!-
vfT 3. The Bunp'y of corj la sho.v
and pricei r e - . 'f Si buyei . Jlix I
Ame jcuii : Inflo 'SI ex :tilo. u
?v fn aUnii' Mi Biioply am, lower.
Four rnr : wi t aniv d; five
enrg: 1 were to'd, all UIiiiibji ; feven
were withurami. and four remain' 1.
Trade f j wart'ed i rrore ac.ive. To
day the j ili'l al situation eomrr.andid
Biiie a'tenlion. Kngliih fl tur wei 1
dcirer, nnd forti u (ilj Dd and Is
dearer. Amtri'-in corn wr i irregu
lhily dearer. Bound corn, owing to a
s.-aicity, wni 3 to OJ doaror. 'Peas
were lid dearer.
AUKANSAsT
NOMElllINa AltOUr THE
MOl MCtM OF X1IE Mt ATE.
KK-
The Knbslnnllnl AilvantiiKa to In
((toiling KelilT-l! ItitllroiKl
I."c vrliiieul.
To the EJlton of lbs Aproal:
Bins Bi.fKF, Auk., Angast 20. I
have received quite a numuer i f let
tors from various pertotiB living in
different po'tions of the country, hoth
North and BduiIi, containing inquiry
concerning this State, its swl, climate,
lands, minerals, manufactories, nnd in
regurd to the developed and umtovel
oped resources of . this .S'a'.e generally.
Tt eie lotters are filled np with ques
tions in rejjftrd to roadway, railway,
government, homestead, pre-emption
and t-tii'o donation lands, ai d f ir all
lands for agricultural purposes, raining
stock and growing Iruits, and all man
ner of pursuits requiting 'nrjre orsnuill
capital, nnd the chai.cos lor engaging
in indtntriiil j urwiitiof all kimls in a
rea'icable and law abiilinz way and
with a ooiiceablo and Uod-wurehiii-
lug peoi.lr. To answer all these let
ters to each individual requires too
munh time and trouble. For that rea
son this let'or and ethers ti nt we will
write for tho purpose of ruswei'iig the
various qii JttiotiB In full, to the mtie
faelion, wo hops, of all pers'ine, both
North uud Houili, who mav desiio in
f nniiition upon the sul jec.', to the end
that, enc juraiwinont mny bo given to
tie bringing forward of the undevel
ontd resaurcts, n? well ss the material
ailvaticeineut and progress of the
State cenernlly and infnso into her
now enomv that will run thronuh
her future enterprises like tho elixir of
life, giving a new impetus to all her
varied iiuluslrin. Wo will iu our
future letters g vo distinct Iril'oniiHtion
under sepsra'e heads npou the subjoot
of lands, climnto, soil, produds, health,
etc; of the .State, which will he of
crest a Ivi'.nUuo to nil thoas who may
desire to 11ml new homes among us,
with a view to improvii g tluir eouial
condition in .life, and will alto be the
menus of contributing groitly to the
wealth and popnlition ot tlis Mate,
slate that will in the near lutnro in-
crea e tnoro in population thun nny
S mthern ttte; n;io l ho most eni'onr-
nging to immigrants lnrnussi present
ing tli't givateiat advautwitei. AikaasiH
lino been thn leant known and the
to:t bIuis d r-tdlo in tho I'tiioti. Bir
the ignor.tnue of this 8!a'e in not won
rlul who'i wo tiuo into oi snlorn.
lion ttiat it hss been only a f:w yon s
silica rnilroadM bexan to triv.i'se the
KiRie; nnd the va'it wil!erness in the
interior portion oi the Mil e va
almost untrodden by the outside.
wotld, and in former yens sat moil to
furnish a na'o retreat to those who
were opposed to itiBtco being done in
their behalf. But allow us to fay (hat
rosdy'im l as set n its day here. 'ur
ooiniiiunitiiB are composed of people
f:o:n all the btates, and tuey ere bh
moral ami law ahuling as eleewhere
society Is good, ami as a rule every
e t .n looks afler his owa bnsiuees,
aim pence ana harmony reign su-
pti'ine.
Wo have in this folate a rrgiou of
Vint proportion of rich IiuiiIh and r
itiif'ivo soil, which hai in tunes im-t
h on of liitle hem lit to the balance cf
thi wi rid. Hut since the clo ie of the
late civil Whr, iu ist5, anew slalo of
thincs has ilawi.ed upou this mrsl
delightful (oon'ry. We now l ave
railr. nle, sn.l a most woudciful
change will sorn tnko plao": row
rapidiy will be si tiled the hills, v:i!-
lov s, hottima, with nn enterp.ising
and pro.'risive reop'e. and the
inexhaustible mineral and metal
r.'eotircei will be devoloped, in
ere sir g groitly the wealth and
priisperi'y of tha State. It dooB seem
that under the eld roulmn of s'nverv
Arkansas was left behind In the race
of progress and improvement. Toe
NoithweBtrrn S.ales, with' not one-half
the natuinl rexouiccs and advantaces,
have tilled up with immigrants Irom eh
tho older Mates and f iro'gn countrn s,
an I it ii only within the list few
years that this state ol thlius has
ch' no(i, by sw.ums of iuuiu;iilMt,
who, reeking Louio.t iu the most
p loHB Utt it well as delightful cilimtto
mut i r.idii' livs soil. 1 hu b:at.', dor
ing the late civil war. was j.ie.it!y
iiuiiiH'it ri tier matenui wealth, us
wuil ns nl thousands of her people
li'.it upon tin) iu urn ol peace, tho
im ressed and inorosHirii RiirKvcf im
intjiiat ou I H" btouglit t:;e Mate up to
over 1,100, uo of inhubitants. and of
thiHa thousands aio neurors, nnd iu
view of the condition thesa people
have been in for mauy geiioiaiions
goi e, fiey havo conducted themselves
with gre.it proprioly since they wore
ni'i' i) in io.. ijuitH a number re
rot ou'y making an iionest
support for themselves and buniliep
but by their indtn-tiy and fuigibty
are act umuia'iuz a decent camtn'tencj,
Arkannns wa? gieat'y retarded in live
indiis'.rial rrogrofis by tlrs war. But it
is pltnsiru to know that the neoul
have met tlm ciisis with couimondabltv
courage, sml we have gr. of rers on lor
relieving mai a ciunge.llio heginuing
in wiiicii is now in v ew
will to mads in the ba'.ils
of iho p.'i pht, and prove uroiily boaC'
li :ia' to this and ceiioiations to con;o.
Another ell, ct w.U bo the snhiiivlninn
of tho largo, dvergmwn and unwieldy
plantations of theSuith into small
h.rmc, to unit them to labor that wi
not work in gaDg, then the South will
oii'otiie a
BULK MiHTAtMNU ANU ISDKl'KNDKHT 1'HO-
nii.
Then the grand old f'tate of Arkan.
(as will hi ilo' t. d over bv thousands
cl happy home, and hor bosom 1 t-?:
allycover.nl overuud tiait'fjriiud into
hiulny eu.tivaled fiLihla. eiuch is tho
pictura th:a willenta nlv be piefenfed
when the trout roa ourcoa of the Stato
ro deroloned : when LI o State will bo
bleved with hsppinees, prcsnerity and
peace, wore auon. J. t . is jntii
CYCLOAES L TEXAS. ;
TUETT0KST8TOR31 ETERKJiOWH
AT SIN ANT0.1I0.
The Lohs Estimated at ? 250,04)0-
-
IfeaTj Damage at Seguln and
Meveial Other I'oiuts.
San Antonio. Tit . Aueust 23. The
worst storm on record visited this city
and vicinity Friday, beginning at 0
clock in the morning. At one lime
(ha vslocilv of the wind was eeventy-
two milci an hour. Heveral buildiDgs
were wrecked and bHsements were
flooded, the total lo i being ejtimhtsd
atSO.000. At oihor tow ns in the vi
cinity great damngoVai also done. At
ISotVilie Iiouses were nnrooiou ami
mm uamnirod. At Horesvnle ten
houe- s were wrecked. Scuntn had
ball i s housfs blown down and three
unknown campers lo t thoir livet.
Farm fences are down and what f tock
wai not killed has drifted off and the
country is stripped for milts.
ANOTUKR AIC1UNT.
Gai.vknton, Augur-t 23. A special
to tho .cw from ban Antonio, save:
The d.troaire to tliis city by the territic
cyclone of Friday is estirnted at
.'&0,l-J. roio. rot ii le ijos Deen re
ported and the work of reparation is
already in progress. The storm was
the severc:t ever known in this
local'.ty, the wind reaching i velocity
eiiil.ty-bvA miles na hour, from
the surrounding country come reports
that the cotton crop was eerlonsiy in
jured. The plant was blown down,
and tne staple oeaien out, oy ine rain
and blown away. Passengers on the
Aranens Bos railroad, from Bieville
and Floresville report great ravages
bv the storm at both points. At
Bevi!le many houses, in courss of
construction, were demoliBhed, and
old ones wore unrooied cr otherwise
ioiured. Two churches at Floresville
were compieeiv ruined, wnne several
stores and dwellings were damaged
fcrious'y. An sged couple in a'tempt-
imr to crosi a swollen Etream in a
waiiou. a quarter ot a mile irora
Floresville, were swept down the
stream and the womsn drowned,
while the man had a narrow es one.
Tho woman's body was recovered nnd
irivon interment by the paeaeegcra on
a train which wai delsved forty-eight
Lours hy wailiouls on the line.
Very Itrnvy ItitnuHKe nl Moniiin.
8i'iN, Tex , Augu't 23. Tbo dam-
aiie hv the norm nere is very neavy.
i be Jieeord olhoe win totally des'royed.
the new tower oi the J-.pir copal ennrjb i
was blown down, and a largs number
of public and privati builoinjs were
either destroyed or banl" dainsced.
Robert JorJo'ton. son of Uol John 1.
Jefl'erBOU, Wits killed in Sutherland
Snrimip. slid Ciarlend Smith and Kich-
nrd Burie:Bon of the Hon. W. 11.
Burgess, were bhdiy wounded. They
wero cam ping nt the springs and were
injured by falling trees. A pauper nv-
iuir with John England, aero i the
rive. Oiod of friuht during tho Btoim
The cotton plant has been whipped
in'u shred', but many persons believe
that it will take nn a new irrowtli and
develop atip crop. The dam.ige has
not yet Ijcou e.uima'.efl, but win uo
very heavy.
Terrific Itnln at I.iillntc.
Lii.ino. Tux.. August 23. Friday
morning ebut daylight a territio rain
storm tut in, which continued until 7
o'clock p.m , causing great damage.
lotitca wv.'iej b'o n from their founda-
Honc tro.i wero uproot Jd, lence
blowu tloivn, and cotton wa? Btriptied
from tho itilk and blown over tli9
Holds. No ci.s.ial'.itsnre reported.
Uri'Ht Duiuiino to 4'rojm nt Ilpiiip-
lIrcMPr.T.ii). Tx Attiust 23. The
storm did irreut ihimugs to the cotton
ro;'. In the nnlands tbe Ion to the
ron from the ravages ol th wind and
run ol 1'iiday will D3 luuy u per
ott.
IX JRli llll.AN.
Thuudrr nml ltjtlii Srornm Reportd
nl rlou I'oiuiw.
Kalama:o, Mini , August 23.
The wortt thunder and lightning
stc rm for yini-s swinit over this region
Saturday night. Many buildings in
this countv and Van Ihiren county
were dnmuired or completely wrecked.
AtKou'h Uend a rtzor wai struck
from tbe hand of a barber, whose
band Vai randy zed. and several men
wero stunued, Put ronn injured latai
Iv. Tr.o watir iu Long i.ako, near
hero, raised lour end a hsll iiichvs
L'urintr tlu Hto-tn.
Hudson. Micu . AuuiiHt 23. A furi
ous rain and eke'ric etorm prevailed
here tuitnnliiv r.inbt. Kip rts nie
muins Iu of destruction by lightuii'g.
John Vn-i Utper's team was killed in
he Held. Njverol bousis were loauiy
injured.
AnniAN, Mich., August 23. A h?rce
tbuuder storm, ni-comranied ny a
copious rain, vmibd here Saturday
niu it continuicur witn inreHteninic in
dications until loday. The barns of
Julius Smith, near the indui-trlal home,
were destroyed by liuritcli'ir. iciere
are lenorls cf other duungrs which
Iiave not yet neeii vkmiou.
Prot. Chs. Ludwkj Von Seejjcr
n V. ,1 .cl.li. ,n Hunl Vnimtilvt
nwhtof lilt kojnl t u.lri.iH (Oitfernf ("
1Vi,i. Order ,. liic .'.! A'.io; (Aet'alier
,fiAi Lrownof Honor, hit., Mr,, snys:
" l.ll'.IUH t..H in.r.r awn iv
aliould not be CiinCoimtM wiih th horde
of trmbt cure ll i '1 no ienre ol the
word a. patent remedy. X am ilmroutnly
eenvernaul ub ita louil ol Mei'iiratioo,
. .1 II 1.1 llflPtltnniT DE ItlllNLu I'll.l
maceuvicnl prmlnol. but nlo wonhrut Hie
bik oriumedii.iua it Uaa rcired in all
iiarn ol the wiirl.t lr. conUirn fjerice ol
i-i. i'iic. Ouinlne. Iron ami t'aliaTa,
wliich are dinolve l iu pure tieuuiu bran
iah Imrerlal Crown Sherry."
Invaluable lo all who are Hun Down, Ner
touj. llTnrontic Uiliona. Wulariona or af-
fll,., with weak kidueyi. alt-ware
Iniliallou.
v Mnlekl Favorite t'oinell
Ulyeerlue.
L'ttd Iv !rr Hovul Ilief l Prinrtu ot
Wnlrt and Hie noiuiuy. tor me ip, v
Hlou, Kruptiona, Chappins, Kountineia.
HI. 00. 01 drueaiatl.
I.IKBHil to.' (lesnlaa Byrnp ol
trninrlllit ia iiiaranteei th beat
H ir'..arillin lie niarliet. btrtft
1. V. IM'liol. !i MI'HMAT m HI.IT
W. IK IIUOUEY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Onire, 5'.) Main Street,
First Door Souih of Knrinehouso.
tfO-Strlot attention Biven to all business in-
rui"ien io i" "i".
HOOK I. Y N.N. . Hoard on th Dill
vl.. II , ll......l ,'i W.llillctO.
1 ... . I,...tinn ,1 1 1 ft, I I III I
run, in. ........ -
Convenient to eim to MnnhalMn leeon,
on Islnnd. linn lieach undCentrnl 1 art i
auto (0 W lurn lonocl ul auiuseueuv..
V-4jjiriJJj jyjtif t i '
I
mm.
MPRICLS'
SPECIAL
! NATURAL FRW
MOSTfPERFCCT MADE
TrprarM with rtrlrt rrnl I o PiirltT. sr,,,Vr'ri ,"'
lli.;.iiiiiiuntMU. in. rri. t- fe n "ki'ik .
n.) Aniinoiiln.I.lmc,Aliini..rl'li..-l'liHi-. I'e-J ''
l'.nratu, VunUU, Uuitrfi, no., ttivur dilicluuii.
t RICE BAKING POWZR CO. Chttmo "
Forty Tears a SnfTerer froai
Catarrh!
WOliDEnFUL T3 RELATE!
nn TrnnTV v pa its I hnv boor, a vic
tim to CATAKKd-thriio-rourir.il of the . tlinj
a siifTerer from EXClUli'lAlINa PAINS
AfiKOHS MV FOIiKfiEAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. Th dinnhanoJ were to offcniilTS
tht 1 haiilaio to uiaulion it.f .-eiit i.ur tn
eooJ it may do ioir.e other BUtTcror. I uava
ixnt touiik luriune from :v.y earnmi:!
.Itirit. ... a I'rltf v.,rl f .llllarintf tO ODlllin
reliol Irum tne duocuri. I d.ivo ineu iwiui
DiBilioines try one I coiila learn oi iroai
f...i AnMr. i,t ,VtA :irth. WILK DO rtjllot.
And AT LAST f7 years of nee) have met
with a remedy that hit curnd uie entirely
uin.le uie a new man. i wetynea mreiiom,
and now weih Hrt. I used tmrleon hott'ea
of the medii-ine, nnd tho only regret I havo
is, IhKt beiu in tae nuruDie oi i mi
may not have influence to rrevnil on all ca
tarrh inffoniri to uit what ha cured me
Mnlnu's floneer lilood Renewer.
"HEMtY CUEVB8.
" No. Se:oni ttrtet, Macon, (4a. "
rh.-n. the writer ftf tbe
hove, formerly of Crawford eaonty, now of
Maoon, tia., merit! the eonidoncp of all in
terented in catarrh. W. A. Ill FF,
" Ex-.ilyor oi .uacon.
a NrFi:itn
FLESH PR00UCtFi& TONIC
(ialun's rioueer lilood Keuewer.
Cure all Blood and Skin Disemcs. Rheuma
tism. Koroiuia, Old Sores. A ierlect tring
Medicine. ..... , ,
II not in yonrniarKot, ir win oe lorwaraoa
nn receipt of price. i;uail bottloa, i, largo,
tiaay on niooa ana dkio iriseapes uaiieu
frpe, .
BXTRAOT
la nn nqueone aolntlon of llic sol
able matter In a mineral eurtb
found In ( hoi lun county, it In.,
nar the laiuoue liladon lulnornl
prliiK. Thlec-nctlt Iiuil grvut lo
cal celebrity u It oh ere' F.nrtb,"
trom the nuitio ol the dlncovcrer
of the bed or mine, how owntnl by
tho Acid Iron Earth C ompany, ot
Mobile-, Ala.
for IlyapcpHin.all dcranirementa
of the Dtgvattvo Organn and the
I.Ivor, ,Sh In nitentc. ule, Hnrnt,
Scald nnd Ilruleii. ACID IUOK
KAK'I'll le it uperlfle. ' Ithruma
lisiu nnd other rhronlc diKeae
yield to Hi curiuire power with
Ott fail.
Entirely free from Alcohol or any drug wht-
ver, ACID IKON EARTH fully deserves the
wordi embraced In Its '.ritlemark, "MATURE'
pWN REMEDY." See free pamphlet, to b
bid of III Druggists.
At Wlmlemile Iit Vnil Vleel & C'.
Business
If Oil HABiE.
srfrOn aoeount ot other engrifetiiti re
fjuir'ner my euttre personal attontioti, 1'bnve
aonolaJet to quit the mercantile rrt ot my
uniucii. ant now ffer my eotiro toclc of
IS EX K , A L Elit'-II AX msh
forRle. Will rent or lease to rurchaaor,
deaired, my iwe-Mory iron-Trant builillog
cimtainini stock, on ronsoniiblo terair. An)
one vri-liinj to go Into buslneas can recure a
bnrpnin br callins on tJKO. I.IHI.,
lulv'i. ISlit. IIRBNAPA. Mias.
S.B!:;:;::!'Liiiiis?il!ul
- tiM'ftH
lili UeT.llT Jfctllf.a onys'i-'.- is
...... ft. at
Ciirrn nU
i-rmA of PP..
CHKvM'iiiiT
KASJtJi.
r. re i: Iv tu tn fi'Utft MUM. in -t
.wrT Ttar urrttt.el fmuft, utl itiJuflL ;ruit;;
: win: -? rirtuuep St:nlr' rTir.ik.
H.in-I . irami', Dlmuova of ;..ij!ii lrfe"..w Htt.'
i iiii.if' A V .SriTify . mil.
Vi,f.:.t..o' of :.lrn, t o Hrt.l P--t.', " . ti.J-.-
ftaMiM" .n.PMvrerbhVTT r tho-ovgl.W v.A
it ,ur,i fcyp nit, IS t-"" ;n
in'r f'-'wi-rin tt" hsmiu Gonorrhovv.
CtLEKT, Uru't'Uf Orvtiilt. iiTQ'a 4 ,'io.'
i c ''alb .'i if 'llfkw u r- T.t it
'"He
nl jlr sirv.l tvkill fhvriMai
a TUi
v .ir.Mn,-,ii. !.( iii mi !r Vtii' M. ' lrj-nontJ-
'to fit, rU'mMil. eiMHrlf '. ,1ita,
T'n". Gnrautref is Cm
iTnUrtkfii. fc . . . ... .
.Vjuiitii.'iii pf. !-f by v t kal '
vt -fv.-non -ov .-vrrtfpin.! tivax.'w.
PRlVATt COUNSELOR
it mm !, t: tW'i. .rr t.i, tT
'tun Hhn--rt "'I " AJ1it :'.,
. u- rvn i . tt 9 P. KW,ii r
C II E.4 V 1. Si T K X CII ; S ION
i v ik iisowjr.
rpo ALL POINTS IN ARKANSAS AND
.1 TKXAS, Ti Memphis and Little Ri ok
Kailrooil, wilh dnublt nauy eonnernont
Auaust 27, US and 2sth. Tioketa ooil thirty
days. Stop-over irivilei.-e" will lie allowed,
loinc and eiminc Arrantementa have been
toad, with tbe F.rt Smith road runnincsneo
Ul trains to connect with bolh our trains.
Through coaches to Fort Smith and through
!.... A Rnrnka Snrinas. Hot Si rintrs.
Ark., included in thane excursion rales. For
honks, inaoa and airs of Arkaojas and
Tat.. ..iU.l fra. and alt other inlorina-
tion in raterenco to excursion by writing to.
J. II. FllANh.Ll., rassenger Ageui,.em-
r! 'uoLI'IIi'fISK, Ooneral Manager, Nenv
..kl. Unn
W K. Sl'TTON, ra,M'r Agt., Corinth, Mlsa.
I). M1LLEH, lieneral i'noni.-er Agent, 1,11.
tie Uock. Ark. ,
Iraiutleav at5;5 a.m., enJ 1:20 p.m.
VII
RELIEF!
ACID IRON EARTH
5ATOtE05 JULItFresIdeat. W..WlLKEKS05,TIce.PrttIiest.
'-fLVJ ''''f ' H. J. iraS.lCasWer.
I
RlllllS liliT FlFP. w Irfill 1 IDS Pfl
UXlXlfUlU Villi lUU WUUU1.UUI UUI
, MES A CIKaEBAI. FIBS A30 MAMIMM KVnMXM.
A'QUARTER OF A KiLLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
TJinBOTOHBi)
viiaaTfvnoTv
Wll. I. COLL.
0. XAZtiVltLD,
0(Bce--10 9fal I son Street, MeBstplii, Tcnn
THh PITIES
l. JON'ES, Pr.Jid.nt. I. F. PETERS, Vice-President.
W. P. If. fcSAWRIE, Becretary and Treasurer.
(Hurresaort to Peter' (iawrle,)
MANUFACXUltEKS OF XUE 3IiS0LIA BRUXD"
3u 3S ami 40 Jeflerson hlrcet.
v. m. joni1?. jyn. k
Ill 1st the market,
meat of
Elegantly.
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET. ;
Collon Factors, Wholesale Grocer
No. 3O0 Fro.it slreet. : MeiiitthiN, Tera
M. C. PEAECI.
It CFearcecfc Co
Cotton Factors & Commission erch'is,
Ko. 2T6 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Coitus IVarebonar-Maa. HH anlso. Union Htrawi
SLEDGE BROS., of Come, ffllas. F.
ify n Pa msx r ncai r nt s o e.to. stsna nn
m "i ki co iu Mr m a a u:jt vt :v "A ht-v: ia-" m ra uy
COTTON PAOTOE
flos. 358 and 358 Front Street-.
P. S. ALST0X. JtT. W. CBAWXI.Ii, II.
ALSTON, GEQWELL & C9,
Grain !$hloirm
lad Commlislon Korchanto Ear, Corn Oats, Uraa, Ctaop Feed, Oll-Se&I,
Llf , Ceimeat, Plaster, Banding' and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
1
i mum
Li i iiai i
Cotton Factors and Vholosalo Grocers
STront St., Hcmpliia. Tenm.
m, FONTAi
Cotton Factors. Commission iorchant,
lo. 11 gonth Main at.. B. Tittwia.
iCrab Orchard Water
j Oniilno Trah (Irchnl Salta In scaled oackaec .t l on; ' Pf;
I CwftH ORCHARD - TFR CO. iJ'PPi"'JUii!;jf?ii iSX2!2:ai
TlrTyiririrYilra'tVinTfnM
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
fto. 893 Main Street. Gyo Bloffc.
35.. ES. ILj3iSE3 dS? OO.p
37tj.373-380-3S2-384-38G Second street, south ot Uayoao.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingling
nt.llusr l.ah. I'nlar fnitm ami ltrf
J. A. BAILEY,
Ui nt umiiui ms, uuii
IF 2La HI 33 jES 3S 9
330 Second Slroet, MemplilK,
A I tsuir rnVPLKTB STOCK OK rU'MIJKRS, OAS AND STKAM FITTERS
A fflKZvwffl Stoat Piw. tf as fixtures, Qloo... vo
JAMK8 BKILLT.
n, V. DElMIUiii.
& SiWEIE CO,
DIHBOTOHB
RPKfttO, I. P. PRTRH9, OKI). ARNOTjP, W. T). F. BAWRtE.
with a rnll aaxort.
New and
Flulvhed
Saddlery,
Harness.
i MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAH.
M. KOUFLEET, ReBhlect Partner.
CSS3
S9
KeutpMsi Tenn.
G. W. TOMLIX: WM. EENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin k Benjes.
17'J Main St., Slemiilm.
Offer tiei'ial inducements In Open Butties
of our owo lnnke, at l!i:-; Top huu of
our own make, at Pi'Ji). All work war
runtutl. Cull belore you buy.
anrTlavl'.f di'mred o' onr entire stook of
Vehicle mil fit Mniiutiniturirm leii.nl
meut to Mot-rs. TUM1.IN Ji ItK.V.) I S, we
bai.(.k for tliem a Roniinuanre of tt.
pa rco.uo so lone extcnWcI to us.
WioODRIIFK-'JUVICH
0AT1?.I0E HAn,W'AWW noMPA VV,
II. KAVBT.
mwta w
DYsrmiA,
SICK
HEADACim,
Cfiasiiialiaa.
A Rcmo.lv for all rnonoof tlicI.lTer.KIl
wa. llMnwh un.l lt,wrls. A mnonvi
.. r. r- a..M,i gtfiuliittei. ?5
Cxiallp nioli. Ihfo, I to 2 t.iifpi.uliiln.4
riaiW'toiiiv"J."--,"- .
U. K. WITT.
m Ml nn
l k 110.
ILLS
EDUCATI05AI-
The Higbee SchooE
TOR THE HIGHER
Education of Young Ladies, . y
Eeaie, Laii ler-iln'e and .ten mine Sts.,
ilKiU-lUS. TESK.
Incorporated w"li roilrglnte PrlT.
lleaes,
AS IS-'TITtlTTON OF TIIOH FFPUIC
AND KNOWN KXCiiLLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Moiidiif, Sept 20.
BtsrTborooirh Enitlitb anH Cla!!csl Course.
.Vodern Lsnguagcs bj Foreign Teachers.
Hook-keeping, bi.ort-bnd and 'iyp
writicg taunlit.
Mihools ol Art. MiHin nnd Elocu-.ion notes
for exception"! mlvanlny.es.
Prociul students received in ctcry depart
mcTJt. A new and el.cant litiililing will beerctei
during tbe summer and lull, wherein will be
lurnisbed a siikcious itud bul1, Urge pri
mary sciiool-roouis. cln-rouui', laboratory,
library, gyninasiuiu and nr(;.4.ilery. Kbich,
with the elegant mansion until tor boarding
punils and the wooded p enstro grounds,
will form one ot ibe inosl couplete tcbool
foundntions in the r-oulh.
t:alalosues ready August
For inl'.irniation addrf , .
MiajJENiSY M. UlUBEE, Pr'nciiial.
Mc i phis, oei n.
Clara Conway Institute.
WILL KEOPCX
Monday, October 4, 18S6.
Enrollment lant Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for the development of vigor
ous, tboughiui, noble womanhood.
This result ia reached by breadth andti
thoroughness of instruction and the awaken
ing ot patient, earnest endeavor. A Dew
and commodious boardiuif dlpuituieut b
justbevn completed.
lb department of dress making and mil
linery is added lor tbe first time.
In the absence ol tho Principal who Is in
Europe fi r the summer, catalogues will b
lurni hed on application to Mrb. K. P. Mor
ton, 221 Adams street, or they will be found
at. any of Ihe city book store.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
MEM I'll If, TENJV.
THIS Institution is doliklilfully situate!
in a relired and heiilttiy purl of Ihe city
of Memphis, coDiuinnding Disadvantage of
town and country. '1 ho entire surroundings
trealhe an air ot po;i?etol .rftclflion, which
ever eierts so powerful ku influence over lha
moral, physioil and inlelleciunl lire. 'the.
course of study embraces ilie various
brunches of a solid and uselul edu?itiun.
In the regular English conrso, tiie pupils on
entrring are ranked according to Inoir pro
ficiency in 'Or.hog'iiphy.Gnimumr and Arith
nietio. Paniruliir attention is given lo Sa
cred and l'rotane Iltstorv. llbetorio and
'oiuposilion. Latin and French rnier into
the recular course. A portion ot time is al
lowed to ech pupil fr Pl'iio aud Omit toon
tal Needlework, fhi-ll, Flowers, eto. Terms.
ier Se.sion, p-yable half-yciu ly, invariably
in advance. For board and tuition in all
branches taught in tho bivhe-t schools
I'lnin fc'ewinv, forking. tc , l).:d, Bedding,
Staiionery and WasliiuK, KIOJ and 31U5, ao
cordinjc to the ate or olitss ol athe pupil,
tpecial terms when sever il iiu tubers ot tho
same Iiiinily attend the scbi. I. No allow
ance is made lor purlin! ahKcnco or with
drawn! belore the enniraiion ol Ihe le m, ex
cetdiu ca?es ol sonoii.or i.rotrno'.ed illness.
KxrRAS Herman, lulinn. etc., oich i(12;
Music on Piano and uso of inn run. art. S SO:
Drawing and Wttr Colors, till, nil l'mnt-in.U-ti;
Eiubroi.lervnii'l Orrao rntnl Work.
$lu; liseol Library, (J: Vocul Mi!.-ie in class.
t') Private Leasuns, Jlfi. Hoard per month
during vacation, ifspe'it at ihe Academy,
wash off, o'c, (1. Jlodioioe nnd physician's -lees
will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, SI, SI, to orS'ii ev mouth. For fur
ther particulars applj to tbo
LA l)Y rTPEKrOR. .
nECC4L a.Ffl1S!f n!i:M'
Tulane University of'luislana.
IFurmerly, lfJT-lssi, ibe Utii' crsi'y of
l.otlisiitl:l. )
ITS ad vantages lor priictx'a! instruction in
diiensi'S ot tbe Houtbwct tiro unrivnled, .
as the law genres ii f uncrMi.niidarii inatori
ols Irotu the iri-eiit ('liarr.y !lo.rinil with it)
7l)0 beds, and iK Wi) p:iii-riif amiuiilly. Stu
dents hiivonoliop liit-leos lo ptv nnd spe
oiiil instnioMon id ti lily L-ivon nt the bedsido-
ntlbesrU,as in no oih :r instituliou. For
oaltilogtie or inl rntiitioy. uadrc.i
Prof. t?. B. CHAlLLl-:, M. b.. Dean,
P. 0. Iir;iwpr'. tU. .Now t'r'oaiif. I.a.
THK STATE " 1-E.MALK COLLI
WILL reni4n Sept. V-U lWfi. Looted in
& healthful nod dolihllul iiuhurh, no
oppible by car linos to nnd trom nil parts cl
city. Jnslruotion thr.rtiujtb, rnJ nccdnliagr
to ihe most approve! educi'joprtl methods.
Superior and trained mioiriali'e in the va
rioi Oepartuirnts ot jMuic,nr'. Kio'-ution.
Viodera .nkiit gcicacoi Chit-bicn ana
Primary Teaching.
For furtfcer prrticu'ar.' nm ly to
MISSMOLLIlfii. MAKMlriLL, Prn.f
Mem p f if i Tern.
Hopkins. ilie IVih fclinI.
rTIHK furtMnth peholn tic year of this wall .
L established limited, foici't fhoo fix
boys and y un im-n will begin MONDAY.
Aupuct ;'.(), lS-t. Instruction in itivcn in a
lull course cf Knglmu Laliti. (ircck. t.er
nirin, UiKher Matheiuutirs and Pnokkcepinir
1 hor u;ti teachitifEHad ttrictducipliLechar
ftcterize iho to boo,
Termn lor fc-ejtion of -10 Wekf Tiutinn
$t)); Tuitit.n nnd Uoard, SJir. lioardinn pu
pils are reiuirad to board in the family of tho
Principal. For further inlorn.ation addresa
J. 0. KK K KBLL, 1 1 j pk i n s v i 1 1 1 e.Ky
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
i)Liroi t , vntfciM.
Tlie 21ht Annnul Si".lif Opeim Sej
trinliir 10, 1-vMS.
For catniopue or specin! information, ap
ply to lllvue . ., Va.
W. It. AHBor, I'rlnrlpnl,
TK. li'S XEMXAliY,
Kashvllln. T"ii Keal Southern
Home lor Hirls. 3"o tiirMhis yeor. Apon-
seola-ian school, ratroniicu oy men oi 110-
eral tuinils iu oil churches.
Unsurpassed ia
. For 'ntnloRU8
Music, Art aud Lancuap.'
ddrcss ".
W. WiKII.
fANDF.lt Ul LT UNIVERSITY
Soven DistinetDopartinouts : Acndomic,
Kneineerinit, Cibli'-il, taw. Pharmacy.
Medical, Dental. I'roe tuition to stu
denssin lhaoloiry and Monunl Teehnolo.y.
CatiloKUO sent liee on unplication to VV1LS
WILLIAMS. Secretary, iSiislivilli-. Tcnn.
Georgetown College, D. C.
'nulol irm.
THE ArAU.MH' AM MIFXTIFIC
M'liooi.opentiontpiiiber", 1SH6. Apply
to President nl the Coil"KC.
THE NI HIMIL E Mr.UK IM. opons
Sept. 20, IHSo. Anply to Prof. J. W . II.
I.nveioy, M-D-.fK) 12th street, H. W.,
Wahinftnn, 1). C. . . , ..
THK H lloi. til' LAW opens on the
Jirst Wetlncsday in October. Apply to
Parol. M. V'HitiKin. Son'y, corner och ana
f, streets, N. W., Wa-hington, U. t.
J A M Kri A. UIIUrt . ' re t.
De sliler Female Institute
llonnllnic anil lay s.oliil for 1 ontiK
I. ml Un, TimrnuihiH. AIkUhiiiu.
OIH ANNUAL SKSSION opens AVednes
LZl day. Sent. 1, 1SSB. Full Faculty of ei
lierienced and aocoinolirbcd teachers. Char
tered Institut on. First-clans in all its ap
pointments. Loard, inoludinn luel and
lights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, morno in(t Ancient nnd Modern Lan
guages, with Music, will bo furnished tho
entire ye:ir for t- 0 in Rdvanco: the above.
th Art, o--:. vaiatoaucsi coniaiuing iuik
particulars, sent on application.
W. A. KLOllK.NOV. A.M..
Principal.
SOMERVILLE INSTITUTE. A
AfLASSICAL SCHOOL of hiirh (riad for
Boys and tlirls. Kna-lish Course, Latin,
Hreek, Musio and An tborouably taught;
llook keeping also. Boys fitted (or collOi8
For catalogues address tbe Principal,
R. F. OHKW. SumorviHi. Tenn.
St. Mary's School,
MENrill, tilts TESiPjESEB
AHOAMDINil and Pay School for Youna
nd Children, under the charca
of the Sister, ot St. Wary, of the KnKlish
rhr-h. Number of pupils limited to 100.
of the Sister, ot St. ftlary, ot the tiiKlisr.
Ohurch. Number of pupils limited to 100.
N est school 'erm he. in-Sittyler lltt.
KFaiiaOILVPEVA''
For Bovsand Yoiin. Men. r-ond lorcalaloua
JOUN R. SAMPSON, A.M., I'rinc.pal.
K kv. KIHIAK WtlDIOK. Ph. f Am ociat.
KOTUK BASE ot KAIJVLAND,
rolleiit Instilsto for Toiirm l.mllr nnd
Preparatory 6cuool for Mlllf Minn. KM
ISI.A, P. 0., three miles Ironi lliihlinore.
Mil. Conducted by tbe bitters of Notre
D;im. fiend lor catalogue.
Mcmpliis Female fceniiuary,
JIK. IJtMi 1 I t HI R. Principal.,
THE FALL SKSS10N V'lI.T, liEtllS
r.itoiuha-r .to. Imi.
Best educntional .'ivantafea all-Tiled to TOr
Ptls. Locutiun-TU LiLict erect.
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