MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Til URSDAY,-AUGUST 2G. 1886.
rBEPABiTIOHSFOUTllE GI B EE
HATORIAL SPEAKIXG TODAY.
Indignation Meellitfs 0?er the Recent
Action of the Democratic Com
IIPSOUL TOTHI APrllL.I
. HaijsNA, Auk.. Aaguit 25. Iofor
nmtinn waa received Lcre tiiia even
inn that your orreBpoadiint'a inform
ant concerning the death of Mrs. 1.
E. Trotter, the lady who eo uufor
tutiately burned herself tu the kettle
o( preserve, waa in error as to her
death. The lady, though horribly
huraeJ, is now recovering.
hare been made fur the speaking of
tbe Gubernatorial candidates at this
place tomorrow. Gov. Llugbea, the
l)eraorratic nominee, Jnde Gregg, the
Republican nominee, and Col. O. K.
Cunningham, the Wheel nominee,
will each addrers the natives, and
while they are doing ao one faction of
th Republicans of Phillips county
will he holding a mass convention for
the purpose ot nominating a full Re
publican ticket An immense con
course of people is expected in tba
at the action of the Executive Com
mittee are being hold all over the
county, and formal protest will be filed
in tbe meantime. Three who were
likely to be effected favorably by the
compromise aie now in a stew and
don't know which way to turn.
MIU. FBANK PLATT,
the (stlmahle wifo of Mr. Frank Piatt,
died butt night and wsabnried today.
An interesting game of baseball waa
played between the Groenvilles and
Helenas (colored) at tbe fair grounds
today. The Helenas had a walk over,
the game being IB to 10 in favor of the
ANOTHER JAl'BJT TO
Folate of Int.rrat Dlitnimd bjr
Memphis TourlNt A Be
liable Fl.to. Ntorjr.
ICOMUBPONIllINCl Of TUS APPKiL.I
Sai.tvii.i.e, Va , Angost 22. Whon
Mr. Fred Nelson's party wore leaving
Abingdon for the trip to Whitotop
mthutain, of which I gavo an account
in former letters, a Irlenu said to Dr,
Jonee, "it is a trip ono wishes to make
onca. but never a second time." lie
alluded, of course, to the distance, the
rough roada, the primitive acoommo'
' dattons to ho had there, and the fa'
tigne indiapeiibahle from such a four-
neyj but tneae very objections made
the charm of the Whitotop trip to me.
Thackery has said somewhere, "we
travel no more we only arrive at
dices." I like to travel, am never in
letter heart than whon iu the soddln
or afoot on the bight, Bleeping in the
Open air and breathing the balam
Uaoti atmoHphcre ot the mountains. I
would irittku a good tramp. Jt did uot
need peril iiiwi on therefore, hut only
opportunity lur mu to go to wutto
top again; and the opportunity wai
si veil. I fcund among the riipb's ut
that charming little resort, the Wah
liiKton Nnriiig.?, a gentleman from
Katchea, Mies., llaj. JO, K. Thorn)
ton, who Will very anxious to
go to Whitotop, and J at once agreed.
On the former trip, my chum was
Dr. Jones, a major iu the Confederate
service, who went in at the ii ret roll
of the drum and laid down Mb arms
at Appomatox. Thompson, my com
panion on thin jaunt, was a eoldier
umler Bnmaide: n ac from the ranks
to he a major of cavalry, "akodiulloJ"
with the rent at lUill Hun, came luck
and stuck it out like a man, then
made it nil up by mairlng a
Southern girl, and eettling in Miaeia
eippi. He weighs nearly 100, la short
of stature, fat, might liava beon in
Ciear's bodyguard, "sletps well o'
nights," did not Miore, aw every
thing and was a jully good fellow to
Lave along on such a trip. We left
the hotol at 12 o'clock, amid the wav
ing of hats and hnndkcichiofs, well
mounted and ready for anything. An
hour's ride brought us to the Holatou
river, where it Hows through tbe tine
nhorthorn farm of Mr. James By am.
It waa swollen by the heavy rains of
tbe few daya previous, and inatead of
the limpid stream rippling over its
rocky bed, wo found a swift and turbid
current of unknown depth, I confess
I hesitated to enter a (strange frd at
a time of high wator, for 1 make no
boast of courage; but Whitotop was
beyond, and 1 was bound to go to
IVtiitetnp, bo in I plunged. Thomp
son followed. It was deep, but we
made the oppoaits shore iu safety and
imahod on. When we readied the
houth Fork, a much swifter stream,
we fortunately met a mountaineer,
who, for an extra quarter,
cti'ded us safely acron. A few hours
brought us into the deep jungle that
eklits the base of the Iron Mountain,
And the road btgan to wind tediously
upward. The views obtained by this
route nre fur better than by tbe Abing
don route. Each sharp curve of our
winding road disclosed a uiagnitlcent
iirdseye view of the Holslon valley,
with its livers and woods and farms
and rillun.es, sweeping awav up to the
Clinch Mountains on the North. 1'he
cenerv i tiiuulv ravishing in its
beauty. We ianaed under beetling
c'itli of wrinkled and rugged rocks
that bad defied a Ihouaand Etorms;
and b dizzy piocipices from whoEe
baiis far below rose tbe wild music of
unseen waters thundering down the
gorge. We passed many a romantic
dell and shady glen and many a limpid
rivulet that rippled across our way,
sparkling lor a moment in tbe sun
light, then gliding ont of s'ght under
the dense laurel, 'lbe day was per
fett, and the impressions of the hour
naver to be forgotten. Thompson
vowed wemuetbeclimbingold Wtiite
top himself an allution coon dis
relied, for we went down. down.
; donn, into as wild and dark a wilder-
ner-s ts one cares to thread, 1 do not
remember tver , to have seen such
piceaai wesaw there an irapenetra
b'.e jungle of Imirol and pints, when
the roar of the mountain torrents was
deenlng. Tins was the hunting
ground of Wilbon Water?, a famous
character in tbia region, ot whom the
natives cevrr lire ol talking,
Ue re Le had many a des-
p?rto encounter with wolves
and beara and wLd animals, tbe nar
rrrive of which heroic traditions
iii:iJ'b one's lur riro and the blood
' curdle in the eins, The prospect of
having to Fpend ti, night in this fear
ful place made me nervous, for day
warfns'. clof ing; ne cculd not tail bow
long the w.'lde ikes would last, and it
reemed eruiiuwi. iniugino our reiiet
jn reaching "Hie settlement." How
welcome tr.at cabin in the valley, how
cheerful the b,g fire, how toothsome
the mountain front, cam bread and
hot coffee we bad for snpper. Thomp
son at enormously; so did I. By the
way, I may as well tay now that in the
nut tweotyfour hours we ate
100 tront between ns. beside!
bringing home 100 as a treat to tbe la
dies. That fish story is reliab.e. A
few gjodi coffee, sugar, especially
eoda, calico, etc. had been brought
to "the fcttleme nt" that day and th
mountaineers flocked In to bny. I
beard one stout fellow ask for a "par
of gallusse," bnt they were cot in tlie
ttock. f-'tnrdy fellows they arc, with
a native courtesy of manner and sim
plicity that are delightful. 'flat slop
ping pltc9 waa about twenty miles
from our s'arling point, and tbo topof
Whltetop wri seven miles away. . We
made thin seven mi.'ea next morning
by 10 o'clock without feiingmu.h, f:r
it was a s'eady climb, and the
roid lay through a deep forest un
til we reached tbe top of tbe
mountain. We found quite a n mo
tif r of people already thero. Among
them were several melancholy looking
individuals, who bad lied from the
ne'ghborirg village to escape hay fever.
One of them sat on a reck and with
our glasses watched bis hands plowing
in bis field twelve miles away. I mast
correct one statement I made about
Wbiteton. It has long been consid
ered tbe nigbest mountain in Virginia,
and it is vety k'gb. Pile three Mont-
eagie mountains one on top oi ine
other and yon begin to get up to the
lofty level of Whltetop. But it is not
tbe highest. A recent official survey
has deprived it of this distinction and
placed the crown on tbe brow of a
neighbor. Balsam, now named Rogers
monntain, is 14') feet higher than
White top. But as yet the summit of
Rogers is Inaccessible except by a
bridlepath. Some future day I shall
climb that azure cone. The summit of
Whitetop is donuded of timber over
an area of perhaps 100 acrep, which Is
covered with a thick sward of wild
grass, very much resembling blue'
grans. The "old fluid," as it is
called, affords admirable opportunity
lor observation, it is supposed
to bn a natural clearing, for the memo
ry of man runneUi not back to the
time when a for4t was there. The
rtst of tbo summit Is covered with a
denao jungle of lashorcs. A little
down the side of the mountain there
are opon woods that present very
mnch the appearance of a park. Nu
merous springs gush out near tbe sum
mit, affording abundant water facili
ties. 1 noticed that the stroam issuing
near our cabin, at whose crystal apout
we made our toilet, lhwed with twice
tbe volume of water in the morning
tbat it had in the evening, and all
these streams are as cold as ice water.
Tbe land from base to summit is as
rich as Mississippi bottom land. There
is a delightful freedom fiom insects
Bpiders, mosquito j, flies, et id omne
genus, of peetiferous vermin that
plague us mortals cannot live in these
serene tights. What a delicious nap
I bad, stretched prone on the soft
grass on the mountain's blow I lehall
not attempt to describe the scenery,
for only thoso who have gn.id upon
it and felt tbe exhilarating effect
of that lofty atmosphere ran real
ise it. But we beheld one spec
tacle so vast, resplendent and unex
pected that I mutt refer to it. As we
went out of onr cabin to breakfast ono
morning, 1 pausod to look at the val
ley below. It lay in tranquil beauty,
a world of wooded hills and highlands
and inferior mountains, dappled over
with clearints, from whose cabins the
blue smoke waa curling upward,, aud
walled in by loftier mountains that
upheld a sky of cloudless azure. We
wero at breakfast tbo usual time, but
when we came out ,lo I what a change.
The same crystal doruo of eky waa
above us, but the valley nad disap
peared : farms, liltK hixhinnds, moun
tain?, were all submerged in one
bouudloas ocean of vapor. Whitetop
was an island in this wondrous ocean,
and far away in North Carolina
ano.hor lofty mountain lifted its blue
form above the billows, but ai far as
tho eye could sweep, all besides waa
an unbounded deluxe of cloud. A
short distance down the tide of the
mountain, 1 saw thn shore linn of this
mystic sea so deUuite that 1 might
have p'unged my arm into its ethennl
waves while my body was in limpid
sunlight. As the wind moved over
the etuface of this wide ocean of mist,
the effect was indescribably grand.
ltlllows leagues in length aud dazzling
in whttene-s, rolled noiselessly across
that aerial sett nntil tliev wore lout in
radiant distances. No snip sailed that
mysterious main that nad so suddenly
engulfed us, and the senso of lonelt
nees became almost painful as I
thought of being afloat above a world
that bad gone down underthat mighty
deluge. As imagination yielded to
this llluaion, it was a positivo relief to
reflect that old Whitetop was anchor
ed to the core of the world, and would
stand firm n nid encircling seas. Then
1 thought of tho sea of glius John saw
in the vision of heaven and the eter
nal splendors of the world to com.
""An nndevont aatronomer Is road."
Htrange Indeed, also, moat he the mind
that could gar.e on eucb a scene of
glory as enchanted us that morning
and not bo moved to adoring reverence.
How Piitilmie are the works of (iod?
How onnoblingand blessed is the belief
that the Ala'ighty who reared these
stupendous mountains and stretched
above them this canopy of eky and
adorned them with these vernal for
ests, and ill led these vast cathedrals
of natuie with the everlasting muaie
of the waterfalls that the being of in
finite power, wiedom and beauty is
1 ur Father In Heaven."
I have scribbled these hasty notes
for the pleasure of those who have
not enjoyel tho privilege of aojourn
ing above the clouds. Old Whitetop
waa visible from my window when 1
was a student at Emory and Henry
College, and these vh Its to its lofty
hights wero the fulfilment of the
dream of the long ago. On the slight
est opportnnlty I am ready to go again,
and so is Thompson, who protested
that be was not stiff from the ride
homeward, though I noticed be fat
down very quietly the most of the
day following. a. a. stekl.
Thread rrora Milk Weed.
Dry Good Chroniclt, August 21st;
American inquiaitiveuess and ingenui
ty united have produced thread made
from the blossom of the common milk
weed, which has the consistency and
tenacity of imnorted flax or linen
thread, and is produced at a much
less cost. The liber Is long, easily
caroeu, ana may be readily adapttd to
spinning unon an ordiuarv flax enln-
ner. It has the smoothness and luster
ot silk, rendering it valuable for saw
Ins machine nse. The weed is com
mon throughout this country, hut
grows profusely at the South. The
material coats nothing for cultivation,
auu me gainonog is ni cneapiy uono
as mat ot cotton.
A Love for Troth."
"Just throw me half a dozen of tbe
biggest of thoto trout," said a, citizen
to the fiah dealer. , 4. ; '.
"Throw them?" queried the dealer.
"Yes. and then I il bo home and tell
my wife that I caught 'em. I may be
a po?r nsherman, but I'm no liar, '
WEST POINT, MISS.
AMOTEBESr TO SECURE DIRECT
Communication With Memphis by
nay or ine nansaa uiij anu
To the Editors of tht Appeal i .
West Point. Mws., August 24. The
deep iatereae which the Appeal has
always nianifestid in the upbuilding
cf Mistiisippl and her njalerial proj
peiity emboldens me to call attention
through the columns of tbe Atj-ial to
a railroad enterprise thatr the people
of the city of West Point and Cibv
county have been discussing, which
appears at once feasible and practica
ble. The Kansas City, Memphis and
Birmingham road will cross the Bat
tahachie river about forty miles north
east of West Point and near the Ala
bama line. This little river is one Of
the most beautiful streams in the
bou'hwest, and runs through a moat
fertile land, occupied by a most pros
perous people. Buttahachie river
empties Into the Tomb'gble seven
miles north of east of Wett Point.
Between West Point and the Tombig
bee liver it is one broad prairie, slightly
undulating, and productive leyond a 1
description. From West Point to the
line of the Kansas City, Memphis and
Birmingham ro. d, where it will cress
Buttahachie, Is one continuous valley,
and straight almost as an arrow. As
is known tomost.of your readers, West
Point is at the crossing of the Mobile
aod Ohio road and the Canton, Aber
deen and Nashville arm of the Illinois
Central rrilrotd, and at the center of
the Kiet Mississippi prairie. Weft
Point now handles 20,C00 bale3 of cot
ton, and has a general trade in propor
tion. The population is 3C00, and is
rapidly increasing. - If we can build
the pioposcd arm to the Kansas City,
Memphis and Birmingham road, it
will bo equiva'entto direct connection
with Memphis. Should It be thought
beat to use the charter of tbe Alabama
and Mississippi Rai'road Company for
the arm rather than that of the Kansas
City, Memphis and Birmingham char
ter, it can be done. This charter will
be found in the Acts of Missis
sippi for 1882, on pages 8G3 to
874, and is really far more lib
eral than tbe 'charters subsequently
granted. Of the incorporators named
in the charter for tbe Alabama and
Mississippi Railroad Company are
Napoleon Hill and Wm. M. Forrest, of
Memphis. West Point and Clay
county will subscribe liberally to the
building of this road. What will the
K. C, M. & B. people do? and what
encouragement will Memphis give to
This section has long desired direct
railroad connection with Memphis,
and West Point stands ready to do
her part to secure such a connection.
The propoeed arm would secure the
trade ot a large and prosperous coun
try that has never - been able to trade
with Memphis ior the want of such a
'Took It Ehkj,
New York, August 17. An Albany
dispatch was shown today to Commis
sioner of Public Works Squire an
nouncing Lis removal from office. He
stemed tcTbe calm and unconcerned
and affected not t) believe it. He
said he had not receivod an olQoinl
notico. According to the consolida
tion act the iiputy Commiiaionor, Mr.
Smith, will tiikD charge of the office as
soon aa official notice ia received. The
city officials are surprised at the
prompt notion of the Governor.
Comptroller Loewdenled today tbat he
hod, ever advised fc'quire as tu his ac
tion in the coutroveisy with Flynn.
A llenltbjr llinlj hiiI n Clear Heed.
Ifindigaitlon, eomtlpatlon and billon? nem
trrmeut th body, tbe bond cannot b dear.
Then dliordon retot upon tbe brain nioit
hurtlully, and produce a. clooiline in tbe
organ of thoniibt not experienced by a
healthy man, Uuppily there bruin oppreni
Inf tnrtlmlie may ) entirely illipelUd by
thirtneerlnM alterative, linitetter'i tStoma.cn
llittora, which ehoora. reireahei and lnlro
ratei the brain anil norren, while It regulates
the orianii of dlotlon. asutiollation and
bilious eecretlon. It expela the morbid hu
mors which polion the ajutein through the
bowele and urinary pan nuts, and exerte a
powerful Invigorating Influence as well. Its
cathartio action Is never irritating, violent
or painful, but even, natural and progrea
iiv. Aa an appetizer and aleep promoter,
the Blttera ia unrivaled; it uitigatee tbe in
flrmitiet of aiio, relievea the ailment peon
1 in r to tbe eontler aex. arreata premature de
cay, tod bullda up an enfeobled phyaiquo.
line Decided lo Hwlna the Wlilrl-
riTTuri'BO, Pa.. August 25. Ex-
Councilman George Chambers, of this
citv. has decided to swim tho whirl
pool at Niagara. He says he will
start next week and if nobody intnr-
ferea with lam lie will so throuiru tun
whirlpool without cork jacket, barrel
or anything pIko, depending on bis
powers as a swimmer to carry him
throuuU all r izht. iiih henel is mat
any man cau accomplish the task if be
keeps cool ana does not lose nis neaa.
1'nnble lo Agree.
Loi'isville, Kr, August 25. The
Ttmrm thin nflnrnnnn will announce
Ihavaninnatlnnnl rTntli,l Klftttll Mlir.
shal Gr6"B. The reason for the resig
nation is ntiegeu ttuierenees Deiween
XTdtaVinl (ifmu and .Tii.l.va Hapr TTmtod
States District Judge. These differ
ences are not etnteu.
New York ajnllem on a Htrlfce.
Kkw Yoiik, August 25. The cutters
in the employ of onecf the large cloth
ing houses were called out today.
Cutters iu the employ of other large
firms are expected to be called out
during the day.
Prof. Chs. Ludwig Vtm Seeger
PrurMtor " M-AVtW (it fl Jfnvni Vnivertity (
AmpAtof l Miiial Anrui OrtUrtf ( roe
Oo Xmel ue.mdro(A Kvl Spn
iA OreVr at habtllat Knight le houal
JrirHt Order of (a lt d Aw; thnalitr
o A Ltfio ot ilonor, Ao. , itc., aaya i
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should not b confounded with tbe horde
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word a patent remedy. I am thoroughly
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and know It to be not only a legitimate phar
maceutical product.bat alao worthy of the
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parte ot the world It contalna eaaence ol
beef. Cooa, Quinine. Iron and Caliaaya,
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"F0K POltTT TEARS I have been a t!o-
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a sufferer f-r,m KXCRUCI ATINrt PAINS
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spent a young fortune from my earninra
during my firty yeara of auBereng to obuin
relief from tbe doctora. I have tried patent
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the four cornera of the earth, with no reliof.
And AT bAST (57 yeara of aire) have met
with a remedy that haa cured me entirely
made me a now man. I weighed 12K pounda,
and now weigh 146. I ueed thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and the only regret I have
la, that being in the humble walkaof lile I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh auSoreri tu uae what hag cured me
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, " HKNRT CHEVBfl, . ,
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" Mr, Henry Chaves, the writer of the
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Macon, Qs merits the eonldence of all in
terested in oatarrb . W. A. HUFF,
" Ex-Mayor of Mason."
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la an aqneona eolation ol tbe eol
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found in Choctaw ceunty, Ala.,
near tbe famone Illation mineral
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f tbe bed or mine, now owned by"
the Acid Iron Karth Company, of
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srordl embraced In Its trademark, "HATURTI
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At. WhnlPKnlo by Van VleeUfe Co.
IB "ULJ3 ixioss
r0a account of other engagement! re
quiring my entire personal attention, Ilhavo
aonotaded to quit the mercantile part ol my
ualne.ii, and now tier my entire atock of
j i:eiial bii:kciiadise
for (ale. Will rent or lease to purchaser,
dealred, my two-story iron-front building
containing atock, on reasonable terms. Any.
one wishing to go Into business caa'aeonre a
bargrtln by calling on HK. LAKE,
July8. 1MH. ORKNADA. MISS.
v.; yean atj-Cifit Pic, now it
Vttt Vhir X and Fourth,
Mfsw, m M pmcii will pror
SpermtrntorrhM nd ' lmpotnoyf
U ttraiut r atlf-tbuM la int, Mtu umw t vm
.jrejr y- of other tuti, and prodnnA Mam'
aPWli;lti Ntrrii:of 8mir il fcrniieisiee, Ja'it jla
lone ti lraiiwi. Ulrnumi of HLfH. Dtdrctlrt Htm",. Ttj
BlDt-ciT, Pimiiluoo ksKt. ArwrHtn 8o 9' 'iwi'H
?(mhtittB' of Mfii, Lot or Aiual ISmtw, rMetariaf
toarritt tnptopor or onhtTtryt r iborif ht (rtara
"HIT crW. SYPHILIS pow-ij nam
biT rtt-f AaltK QoBorrl.St
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rii .il.ttierprlw limni qukHj aarM.
M Ueif tlJen. that fJ ileUii ho pj iptwUI .IWilMM
to 0 rut In ie.n 0f dtmcM. ad 4 iratin lboueivU euin
uij, a.-Hjutnet frtt iklli. rbreaji-u knowifti OiU IV oUt
i"in.tu'nd pannoi to my Mr. VbB i hi )tMiMVjeiiat H
tU the nity t rttmnt. ntdutna su M tu plTtMlf
' irl bj lualt or oiprvM tvtr ,
nn$T9m GnrBt9e Cam
4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR
(KirMrftfM, ItoDnr 1f'M, -mmntf m sgei, fbjr tStre
'Sl,i cwtiu. Bhcl4 b rmH by eui, Addr u
JM0 atari trra I A. M. P. W. tee.r "
C II EXAiT8t EXtKSI0S
TO AI.LPOISTS IN ARKANSAS AND
TEXAS, via Memphis and Little Keek
Ka!lro.l. with double daily connection!
(lecuit 27, 21 and inn. Tlekcte good thirty
xla. btop-over privilegea will be allowed.
going and coming. Arrangement! nave been
nude with the Kert Smith road running apeo
H trains to connect with both our trains.
Tbrough eoachea to Fort Smith and through
laeper to Kureka bprinira, Hot Sprlnea,
tra., lneiuaeu in tnete excurciun r. iv,
oks, maie and papers of Arkansas and
tion in reference to evcureion by writing to
txas, matieu tree, ana an oiner ini,,im
1. U. FKANKlilN, Passenger Agent,
, Vasseager Agent, Mem
11 UoLPU FISK, General Manager, Mera-
K RI!T T...'r At.. Cnrintb. Mlsl.
II. M1LLKK, Ueneral Fassenrer Agent, Lit
tle Rock. Ark. , ,
Trains leave at 5:W a.m., and 1:20 p.m.
IL J. IOT,Ca3.
WQn A GESESAIa FIBE
ffQUAHTERCF A FILLION'OOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WIC I. COLI . JAMK3 EJSILLT,
OlUcex-lO 13 vlison Street, MeasphiA, Teiiii
THE PETERS k SAWRIE C0S
II. J0NS, President. I. ?. PETERS, Vloe-Preiideai.
1W. I), i. ISAWRIEi Secretary and Ireaaurer.
(KncFceaors 10 Pelers'A Nawrle,)
BASUFACTUKEUS OF TILE "MAGSOUA BBiSD"
sttg&& 33 33 ml Q Jeflcrtion Street,
Tt7N3. JNf). It. SPBBD, I. t. P8TKR3, QBO. ARITOtP, W. P. F. BATTWB.
209 MAIN STREET, 1
er.Tbomton & Oo
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer
Jfo. SO grout atreet, x Mem phi, Tuew
M. O. PKARCK.
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'ts,
HTn. S76 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
tom Warehoase-ITM. 8S aiidtM, Caloa Btreea
SLEDGE BEOS., of Como.BUii. f,
Has. 356 and 358 Front Street HniapMn Tenn.
r. a. auti,
B. W. OIOVUL,
ALSTON, C&OWELL & 0
Aad Cnunlal0B Mereluuitg. Hy, Cora Oats Brai, Chop . Feed, OU-Xeal,
. -v vLisMftBeat, riuter, BaUdlaa; aad Fire Brick, Ete.
Corl Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
mi Ml nn
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOO-SDS Front Ct.i HeaapMg, Tons
Cotton Factors. Commission Oerchants,
ITo. HO 0ntli Uttln St.e St. SrtnlM.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
SKiTER PIPE, PORTLAND CEMENT,
H. UE LININOS, BONK1IAT.K CEMENT,
CHIMNEY TOPS. I.OUINVIXLE CEMENT.
I. AUN VASI H, PfcASTEJ PARIS, '
HUB, FIUE CJLAT, UAIU and FIKE BRICK, EtA
3!a rnowT sttie-et. BiEMPms. tew-w.
EELLY, HOPEIl & BEILLT,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
No. SS3 Main Street, Gj Block.
376-37880-382-84-3( Becopd street, soath ot Oayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingling
t,wlHwsr.,I-''. rMt avteSe aMoerxts
J. A. BAJLKY.
l 1 111,1 1 mTTwTT "TT1 fT
IJ-'J n MASwLb
530 Second Street, Mempliise
tAROB AVD COMPLETE STOCK OF PMTMRKRS. OA9 AND STEAM FITTERS'
Jiateriala, Piimps, Prive Weill, Iron, Lead and tone Pij.Oaa Fixtures, Globea. KM
U0 aUlUII BCTTTfEM. ' '
11 iunii liUAvu
Willi a rail aesorfa
1 MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN L. MoOLKLLAN.
M. 50EFLEET, Resident Fartmer,
0. w. tomlik:
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
179 Mulu St., Memphis.
Offer srectal tndaceraents In Oien Bngaios
of onr own make, at lf TonInges of
our own make, at 8120. All wurk war
ranted. Call before lo buy.
WW Ilavinr dlsroaed of onr entire atoei of
Vehiolea and tljo Manuraeturina: l'eparv
most to Messrs. TOM LIS & LISXJfcS, we
bespeak for them a continuance of tie
patronage an long extended to us.
CARRIAGE HARDWARK COMPANY.
II. H. BAHBT.
U. E. WITT.
"I i . w 't M T! w.
if lean 1 1 Ji h.asfl Jm W ie f
2S3 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT 6.18S6.
For Board, Tuition, ete., ace catalogue, or
aPplBRO0THER MATJRELIAX.Prealdent. i
Clara Conway Instltnte.
Monday, October 4, 1888.
Eurolliueut Ia1 Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for the development of rleofw
oua, thouKhiu', , nobis womanhood,
Tbia result is reached ly breadth and
thoroughness of instruction and rbe awaken
ing of patient, earnest od dearer. A neat
and commodious boarding department h
just been conn leted.
Tbe department of dress making andmil
llnery is added for the first time.
Jn the absence of the Principal, who il la
Europe fir the summer, catalogues will be
furni'hed on application to Mrs. K. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be lound
at any of the city book atorea.
St Agnes Female Academy,
THIS Institution la delightfully situated
in a retired and healthy part of the city
of Memphia, commanding the advantage of
town aud country. The entire aurroundinga
breathe an air of peaceful aecluaion, which
ever eierta ao powerful an influence over the
moral, phyaicsl aud intellectual lire. The
course of study embraces the various
branches of a solid and useful education.
In tbe regular English course, the pupils on
entering; are ranked according to tnetr pro
fioiency in Orthography. Grammar and Arith
metic Particular attention is given to Sa
cred and Profane History, Rhetorio and
Composition. Latin and French enter into
the regular course. A portion of time is al
lowed to each pupil for PlHin and Ornamen
tal Needlewofk, r-hell. Flowers, eto. Terras,
per Session, payable half-yearly, invariably
in advance, lor board and tuition in all
branches taught in tbe hlvheat rohoola.
Plain Sewing, Mnrking,ete , lied, Redding,
Stationery and Washing, $10li and $125, ac
cording to tho age or class of the pupil.
Special terms when several members ot the
eao e family attend the sobool. Ho allow
ance ia made for partial absence or with
drawal before the expiration of the tc-m, ex
cept in cases of serious or protracted illoess.
ExTaia German, Italian, oto., each 112;
Musie on Piano and use of instrument, $30;
Drawing and Water Colors, (10: Oil Paint
ing, t'O; Embroidery and Ornamental Work,
$10; TJseot Library, 2: Vocal Musio in class,
to; Private Lessons, 816. Board per month
during vacation, if spent at the Academy,
washing, etc., 115. Medicine and physician's
fees will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, 83, H, tb or fi per month. For fur
ther particulars apply to the
THE STATE FEMALE COLLI liE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1886. Located in
a healthful and delightful suburb, ac
cessible by car lines to and from all parts of
eity. Instruction thorough, and according
to the moat approved educational methods.
Superior and trained specialists in ihe va
rious Departments of Musio, Art. Elocution.
Modern Languagos, Science, Classics and .
For further particulars apply te
MISS MOLLIS a. MARSHALL, Prln.,
Ilonktiisville Ulgk fikliool.
rpHE fourteenth scholattio year of this well
X established, limited, select school for
boys and yiungmun will begin MONDAY,
August 30, lWi. Instruction is given in a
full course of English, Latin, Greek. Ger
man, Higher Mathematics and Bookkeeping.
Thorough teaching and strict discipline char
acterise the school.
Terms for cession of 40 Weeks Tuition,
fr'0j Tuition and Board, 1225. Boarding pu
pils are required to board in the family of the
Principal. For further information address
J. 0. FERRELL. Hopkinsville, Ky.
EELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
StlllUHD Ct , VIKUIMA.
Tbe 21t Annnnl Nton Opens Sep
I in bp r 13, J"0.
For cattlogue or special information, ap
ply to llellcvne P. u Va.
W. K. AHnoT, Prtnolpnl,
DU. lYAItlijAS SKMIXAHY,
Nashville, 'loiin. Heal Southort
Home for CJirle. 3S0 (Jirls this year. A nou
socturion school. Patronized by men of lib
eral minds in all churches. Unsurpassed in
Music, Art and LausuRK". For Catalogue
ddress lK. W. K. WAKO.
Georgetown College, D. C.
THF. ACADMIIIU A fit NCIE1VT1FIC
M HUdbi open September 11, Apply
to Presidont of the College. '
THE Nt'llOOi, OF Jl . IK'IS E opens
Sept. 20, J 88a. Apply to Prof. J. W. U.
Lovejoy, M.D., M0 12th street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
TIIK Si IIUUI, OF LAW opens on the
First Wednesday in October. Apply to
Saml. M. Yeatinan, See'y, corner oth and
F. streets, N. W., Wa-hfngton. D. C.
JAMKS A. DOONANi S. J., Prea t.
Deshler Female Institute
Hoarding; and ly Krniool for Tonng
Lndlra, Toacniubln, Alabama,
i OTH ANNUAL SESSION oreni Wednes
LZl day, Sept. 1, 1886. Full Faculty of ex
perienced and accomplished teachers. Char
tered institution. First-class in all its ap-
fiointmenta. Board, including fuel and
ighta, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, embracing Ancient and Modern Lan
gunges, with Music, will be furnished the
entire year for 82'0 in advancer the above,
with Art, S223. Catalogues, containing full
particulars, sent on application.
N. A. FLOURNOIf. A.M.. Principal.
BIKDIt'AL BF.FABiT.tlES f
Tulane Uniycrsity of Louisiana.
IFormerly, 1817-1884, the Uniwersity of
ITS advantages for practical Instruction in
diseases of the Southwest are unrivaled,
ns the law secures it suporRlmndant materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with its
7uu beds, and 20,ti0 patients annually. Stu
dents have no hosp tol-focs to pay and spe
cial instruotion is daily given nt the bedside
ot tho sick, as in no othor institution. For
catalogue or information, address
Prof. S. E. CUAILLK, M. 1)., Dean,
P. 0. Drawer 2W1. Nw Orleans. La.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Boya and Uirla. English Course, Latin,
flreok, Musio and Art thoroughly taught;
Book-keeping also. Bora fitted for college.
For catalogues address the Principal,
R. F. CHEW. Somerville. Tenn.
St. Mary's School,
Ne. 351 Poplar Street,
MEIWPIII, tilts TEKRF.NSEE
AB0RDINU and Day School for Yount
Ladiea and Children, under the charge
of the Slaters of St. Mary, of the English
Church. Number of pupils limited to 100.
Next school term begins Nflinbr anih.
For Boys and Young Men. Send for catalogue
JOHN R. SAMPSON, A.M., Principal.
Rgv. KPAR WOODS. Ph. P.. Associate.
KOTBK DAME of MARYLAND,
Collegiate Inititate for Yoner Ijadlee and
Preparatory Sohool for little Wlrle, EM
BLA, P. 0., three milea from Balllaaiore,
MU Conducted by the Sisters of Notre
Dame. Send for catalogue.
Memphis Female Seminary.
MRS. EMM 1 C. TUCKER, Principal.
THE FALL SESSION WILL BEOU
fjepteeaaber 0, .
Beat educational advantages afforded to pu
pils. Location H7 Linden atreet.
W I a n:.t:.T Taaantaptniaintji ; AnadfimlA.
V Engineering, Biblical, Law. Pharmacy,
Medical. DenUl. Free tuition to atu-
oenss in xowjuisj - ."iuA
application to WILS
', Nashville, Tenn.
Catalogue aeni ire. un
RfiQISTERED Jk8t Bill " MYERS." '
No. 601l a Bne breeder and an exceed
ingly handsome and well-bred Bull.
Sibx Champion ot America. No. 1567.
Dm Oetibbeha Duchaas 2d, No. 7wl, by
Aldine, 113H. Second Dam Oetibbeha
Ducheas, 44 (17 lbs. buttor iu 7 days), by
Hub, ltud. Third Dam-Lucky Belle, 2214.
fourth Dam-fansy 6th, No. 38, by Tatter
son. No. 11. .,.., ,
MYERS has H per cent, blood Champion of
America, aire 10 oowa in 14 lb. list.
MYERS has 25 per cent, blood Aldine, lire i
cows in 14 lb. list. . .
MYERS haa l'JS per cent, blood Hub, sire r
eowa In 14 lb. list.
MYERS haa 12, per eent. blood Luck?
Belle, dam 3 cows in 14 lb. list- ,
Soldi, avoid i-jvj:BIiJu
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