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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAI---TUSDAYf AUGUST 31, 1886.
A E0T1L WELCOME EXTENDED
THE FlilJiCE OJi
His Betnrn to BulRarlaii Territory
Total Collapse of the-Reflation
Sofia, August 30. Pnnce A'eian
der has telenrjpbed to the Regency to
announce to ti e pop!o Lit in'ention
-of retarci-jg t Hott. Tito rtballious
troopi hsi bave suhm t'.ed and will
not be punched on condition tbt
they quit the cnntry. The revolution
was quiie Wocdbss and no farther op
pceition is feared. It isstatod that
Kuafia pa!d the roaspiraiorj Bendorff
and imetriffl thesum of 40O,(X'O rou
bles. When the former and Gruoff
were arrest-d tbev had in tbeir poasee
49''on two ciffeis beljcging to a Rnsaian
count. Pr!tc9 Altxauder did not Bign
a deed of abdication Ho nimply wrote
on a slip of paper: "God save Bulga
ria," and Eigned "Alexander." Hia
kidaappera wera t:pjy nud did net no
tice what be hadwiitten. Itia the
.general opinion that th pleasure ex
preaned by tba Kings of liiumania and
Servia a-. Alexander's triumph points
in the direction of incrcawd unity.
SUmbuloS has declared Bolgiria in
a state of sieg?. Iu a rccenl inter
view, 8 ambouloJf sJatod that the
reaeoes fcr the exittecce of two
governments was that Kardveloff
wanted a RuRsian Cmimiasioner to
Jjalguia while' Slambuloff was de
sirous o! exnlui'ing Kueiati infienca
alUigethar. Zatikotfis t:il at liberty
but tie is closely watchtd by the police.
Prince A'exaoder has bsen warned
to take priCHution? against votsible a'
teroptu oa his lifd by Pan-Slavist
fanatics and followers of the Metro
politan, Cement, whose nary has
ramifications in tae interior 01 Bul
garia. Prince Alexander arrived at Siftova
at 8 o'clock this ruomiru. His entry
in the town and bia progriss through
it were or.euitiaucu3 triumph. Tne
people lif ed the Prince from h's car
riage and tarried bim on their ehoul
deis to tha Urjek Church, where a
Te Deuni was eung. Tho Trim-e after
waid started for litnova and arrived
there this evening.
The Daily Telegraph correspondent
at DsrmstJilthad an interview yester
day -iritb. the father of Alexander.
The father (aid that Alexander, hav
ing accepted the Bulgarian miesion,
was bound to carry it o-.it to the end.
His honor at a soldier and his Ger
man name sufficed to gnnrantee this.
Mneover, it was imperative he rhould
reach Sofia before the anival of Prince
Dj'gorouki, who left Peterborg on
Sunday morning, He bflived Balis
bury would prove Alexander's friend.
Toe Morning 1'otl eaja : Henceforth
Alexander will pursue unequivocal
acti Kiwi an policy, and will a 'opt
severe laws, banishing Russians from
Bulgaria. Rjssian moaey will not be
accepted in Bulgaria, and even the
soldier's uniform, which is now similar
to Russian uniform, will be changed.
An Englishman baa been arrested at
Altooni, near Hamburg, for defraud
ing a ban! ol 25,000 franca.
Aot Interested in Iiulifnria.
Berlin, Aui?. " 30. Tha North Ger
man' GaztiU censures German newspa
pers for fevo'ing Atfxandf-r. The
Gaxile. says : Events in Bulpaiia do
not aU'et German intereati in any
way. No Gertruu statesoaan would be
"jattified iu la r fii'ing the fiiendihip
of Rns:a for the take ol the Bulgariau
princ, even if he were an angel iu hu
A Muscovite Plunlr.
Losdon, Aug. 29. The Eavnonvil
treats the F.niariaa incident as a Mus
covite blunder, and says an a'tempt to
crfate revolution without revolu
tionist ia si -bcpeleES as an et
tempt to drive an engine wi hout
s'eam would be, aid taunts the
German preBS with vindicating the
honor and prestige f the fatherland
by summoning England to redress the
wr.mg done by Russia to a d:(tin-
It is reported that tin Karavoloff
Ministry baa been dtemied, a regencv
consisting tf SlambulofT, Slavejkoff,
the national poet, and Ktraveky taking
the place of the Ministry.
The Kntsifln newepepers take a pes
simistic view of Prince Alexander's
return to Bulgaria and cay that it wiil
not oflect the fu iilmentof the meat
ures derided upon for the Rett lement
of the affairs of tout country, although
it may, perhaps, defer their t.ccomplidh
nient. The Knvnt Yrimya considers Prince
Alexander 'a reinstatement on the
throne as vey qneetionablB.
The BoJf aian Cabinet hes been re
modeled and is now slrooglv anti
Rusian, M. Kachiviea, the Foreign
Minister, wan the leading spirit in the
lnovemin to counteract toe Zankoff
plct hywhioh Prince Alexander was
forced to abdicate. ' ,
It is rumored that King Milan of
Serv!a, has rxprefsed a desire to re
, new diplomatic and amicable relations
Alexander at Biivtiareat.
JlucnARKST, August 30. Alexander
arrived here with his brothers, Fran
cis and Lowis, ye.4terdy morning. He
was welcomed at the lallway .tation
by Prim? Minister Brateanoand other
members of the Cabinet. Sir William
A.-Vhite, Brtieh Mmifter to Bou
mania, and the Bavarian deputation
presented an aiidrcBi, at earing the
Prince of the devotion of the people
and the 'army of Bulgaria. Prince
Alexander wis visibly moved and
replied graciously. Alter holding an
interview with Picmler Brateano and
Fir William White, Alexander started
for Gnlrgeva, whence ha will proceed
to Rn.tchuk and Lompalanka.
Advance la the Bank of Vnclnnd
Itiwonni Bate Tbe ContiaenuU
Lobdon, Angus'. 30. Discount closed
nt 1 for three months and 1 for short.
The advance in the Bank of Eni?land
rate, it is believed, will be sufficient to
prevent a renewal of the American
gold demand fcr some weeks. The
American grain and cotton shipments,
although nncsaily fatly, are unlikely
to affect trade balonoes eufficiently to
cause bullion remittances. The Bank
of England is ill prepared, however,
to stand a further gold drain if tha
stimulus of increased ictivity in trade
in America, which has paesed the
conjecture stage, reacts, as it is
believed .it wi'l, on Eoglisb
industries, reiulting in an im
portant revival of trade in
Europe. Oa the stock exchange durinfr
the past week prices were generally
firm, a more favnrab'e, view existing
concerning political complications.
Tbe fine weather is benefiting the
oops. The hep yield is unprece
dented and sael's railway traffic.
American rai'road eoc uritiee were firm
duiingthe weeir, influenced by the
early movemett of American crops.
Itia believed tbat American bread-
s'uffj will find a gocd market this year j
in Europe, where tbe harverta on the
whole are. disappoint! Dg. Qoowtiooa
have stood tbe pressure of
dearer money, and great con
fidence is felt as to the future.
Taris, Aug. 30. Business on the
Bourre during the week was flat, nc
iler the iiiflaence of fe'ling orders
from Germany. Panama canal shares
closed at 3i2.50 ; private diaoountt at
Four mills premium w.a was paid
for the gold exported to America. The
Bank of France new sks 4, and
would not sell a large amount at that
price. Orders hv ben given to
wholly withdraw the 5 franc cod
piece from citrula ion and to replace
Rerun, Anguit 30. Oo the Bonrs
dnring tbe fast week a bear tndency
was in the ascendant. Caradiaa Pit
cific clcad nt U5, Ilangariau gold
rente at 86.50.
Frankfort, Auuft 30. Prices on
the Bouiee wera weuk. Anatrian gold
rente cloeed at 05.80, private dcount
VrsMNA, Anguet 30. Pricel ware
weak on tne Bouree. Austrian silver
rente closed at 85.50, exchange on Lon
don nt 120.40.
Tbe Earthquake Area In Crewe.
Athbw, Anguet 30. The area of
earth disturbance in Greece Sa'nrday
wen phenomenally wide. At least six
towns were entirely destroyed, an i a
ecote of others partially destroyed.
On the mainland much damg was
dne, bnt there waa little loea of liK
On the islands it ts estimated that (300
persons woie killed, 1000. seriously in
jured. The undulations were cui
ouly reeular; actual shocks averaged
twelve nconds in duration. People
evervwhare are camping in the fiolda.
The"breaking of Meyrapb linea delays
the reception r,f detaile. The Grtwic
Cabinet is sitting at Athens a'.moit
continnouely, coneidering relief jnejfl
uref. A transport, with touts, food,
doctors, mcdiunes, and a company of
pompiers started for the Btricken dis
trict on Saturday evening.
Litest returns show that 100 persona
were killed at Fitiatra and twenty at
Gargolion. Both towns are in ruins.
Vernvln In a Stale of Eruption. .
Naples, August 30. Vesuvius ia
again in a statt. of err.ption. , People
of Naples and Btri ate flee ng to tbe
countiy or gathering in ota spaces
to pray. At Ban pries' proclaim
eartnqu.kes a visitation of God. '
Rioting at Udfmt.
' Bblfapt, Augos 30. Last evening
there was eoma firing of pistols and
throwing of stones, and afaw persons
were injured. - ' ' '
Terrible Rnllway Dlnantertu Anntrla
Vibnna, Augutt 30. A colliiioa
occurred on the borh Austrian rail
way a-Modl ng yoriday. It is ie
ported tbat the k lled and wounddd
A Royal Weleuiue at ltufctink.
RusTcnuK, Angupt 30. A Bulgarian
guard of honor and a great concourse
of people met Alexander on his arri
val at Giuerevo. M. h-tambuloff, head
of the loyal government, greeted the
Prince, who warmly embraced him.
Tbe river was crowded with vessels.
Amid deafening hurrahs and salvoaof
artillery Alexander emVarkeJ on the
same yacht tbat rouveyed him to Rsni
and cros ed to Rustchuk, where the
me'rjpnlitaa and other dignitaries
awaited Inn All the Consuls, includ
ing the Russian repreeerjta'ives, wire
present ami tendered congratulations
to the Prince, f-tambufotl' formally
welcomed Alexander in the name of
Bahiaria and reetored to him the reins
of power. Tbe Prince replied tht he
had confidence in his people and waa
prepared to s- crifire his life for thair
happiness. A body of oificera ttwn
approached, crowned the Prince and
carried bim on their shoulJers to the
palace, followed by cheering crowds.
At the palace a council was held. The
Prince, accompauied by hiri brother),
started at 4 o'clock Monday morning
for Philippopolis, goirgby way of Si -tova
and Ternova. From Puilippop
olia he will procee.l to Sofia.
Bailiff Fatally Beaten In Kerry.
Dublin, August 30 A bailiff has
bBen nearly l5ten to doth near Lis
towel, connty Kerry. An information
has been sworn against a stated mus
ter, who is supposed to have commit
ted the assault.
Breahfant to Henry Ward Beeclier.
Glaboow, Augw 30. The Onngri
gational BaptiHt and Evangelical Union
Association gave n breskfatt today to
the Rev. Henry Ward Baecber. Dr.
Fergus Fergneon presided. M r.
Bcecher narrated at lrnyth hla early
relicious Bt'UKclee and dwelt upon tbe
difficulties in breaking loose from tho
old Galvaniftic theology. :
Rome, Augmt 30. The cho'era re
turns for tiday are as follows: Bar
letta, 10 new casee, 2 deaths; San
Giovanni Rotendo, 15 new cases, 8
deaths; Molfet a, 10. new cases;, 8
deaths; Ravenna, 12 new cBe, 12
deaths. In five other towns, an aver
age of 8 new cases and 2 deaths.
Tbe Fnlnre of France.
Pab'S, August 30. M. Julos Simon
pnblishcd a letter in which he pro
dicta that France will eventually be
come a conservative Republic, which
he declares to be the only stable gov
ernment for Frenchmen.
It is stated that it ia the purpose of
M. de Frevcinet to reraove from his
Cabinet three Radical member, in
cluding Gen. Bou'anger, Minister of
War, and W. Granit, Minister of Poets
Emperor Francis Joseph nt Peatb.
Pbsth, Augutt 30. Emperor Fran
cis Joseph yesterday opened tbe new
cavalry barracks in connection with
the bicentennial celebration of the
taking of Bnda. Member, of the royal
familr, notables and all the Hungar
ian Ministers except the Premier, Herr
Tisa, were present The Mayor, in
an address of welcome to the Emperor,
laid streets on the neceesity of a patri
otic entente between the civil and
military authorities. The Emperor
replying said he hoped that hie brave
soldiers wonld find in tbe new bar
racks a dear borne from which tbev
wonld gain fresh strength to fulfill
their dniies to the throne and to the
fatherland. He eulogiaed the admir
able spirit Pesth bad always displayed.
6 not by Meonllchten.
' DtJDLiN, August 30. A later die
patch from - Castle la'and eays that
Brosnan, who is a farmer, wai shot by
moonlighters. The wound is in the
leg. and ia not considered dangerous.
The moonlighters, after leaving Bros
nan, visited the house of Farmer
Rooney. Entering the dwelling they
pulled Rooney oat of bed, fired eeveral
shots over his head and forced Lfm to '
ewear that te wonld not pay bU reat
The police heard tbe ihotflradby the
rnooaltghWre, bat failed to make any
aireeU. Gen. Bnllar will inveatijate
these outrages on his anival in Kerry.
A gunboat baa been plaotd in the
River Shannon ia enable Ga. Bailer
to visit the coaat quickly.
(ten. Bnller'a MUaloa to Ireland.
Dchun, Augunt 30. Gen. Sir Rod
vers Buller left Dublin this morning
for Tralee. In an inUrviaw in i ela
tion to his duties in Connty Kerry lie
said: "I with to distinctly state that I
have not accepted a dragooning mis
sion, nor shall I assist in evictioua. My
tank will ba simply to reprors uioon
lighUr. and iuBiir'e tbe safoty of life
and property. 1 propose to eflwt this
py means of flying patrols, ho shall
be able to comuiuuicate epeedily with
a regnlarly organized sysltmi ot sup
porte. I do not know whether my
Slan will be a succeee, but I mean to
o my duty."
A report baa been received that a
man named Brosnan wai shot at Cas
tle Inland, County Kerry, at midnight,
but tbe circumstances of the shooting
are not stated.
The mtnallon In Ireland.
Rous, Angnat 30. Cardinal Sim
eoni has eobinitted to tbe Pope an
elaborate statement relative to the tit
nation ia Ireland for the Pope's guid
ance la insttucting Irish BUhops.
Declared Free of Cholera.
Baautr, Anguat 30. The Italian
frontier district has been officially de
clared free of cholera.
New South Walea narveeta.
Sydrbv, N. 8. W., Angnst 30. The
harvests of New Sonth Wales areverr
promising. The best yield since 1870
International Corn market at Vi
enna. Viinxa, August 30. The fourteenth
international corn and seed market
haa been opened bare. The harvest
report for AuMria-IIuugary show that
the yiAld of wheat is from 5,500.000 to
6,000,000 hecoiitre below the average,
the yield of grinding barley IS,000,UOO
becolitreu l..low the average and of
rice 3,500,000 hecoiitre below the aver
age. There is a medium yield of malt
ing in briey and outs. The ether
grain available for export is malting
brly, to the amount of . 2,500,000 or
3,000,000 hecoiitre, and oats to tie
umount of scarcely 500,000 metiial
Arrests nt Porlnnana.
Galwat, Angutt ' 30. Forty-nine
arresta have been made of persona
who have resitted police at Portumna
in their endeavor to evict tenants from
the relate of Lord Clanicarde.
Oliver Wendell Holmes nt Uome.
'NbwYohk, August 3). Dr. O iver
Wendell JloimesreHiintd from Eug
land on tae. Aurani, which arrived
hire ab;.ut C o'c.ock last night. He
was accompanied by, his daughter,
Hia trip was not a plea ant one, as he
suffered a greiit deal from aatbuia and
reraainad iu his ttateroom moet of the
time. On Friday night, when the
regular cononrt was givun, at which
Miai Clara Louise Keilogg sang, Mr.
Holmes presided. Mr. Tom Hughes,
who waa also a passenger, wta one of
the principal sneakers at the feU, nud
after praising tbe poet James Ruesoll
Lovell and his works, he said of Mr.
llo'.uic-e that he was, if not the great
tef, certainly next to tho greatest
humorist in America. Home of tbe
American paaseugers were indignant
because any doubt was thrown on Dr.
Holmes's supremacy in American wit.
When the Aurania arrived Dr.
llolmoj and his datuhtcr quietly
paased almost unnoticed through the
crowd on the dock, and getting into a
rab they were driven to the Fifth
Avenue Hotel. Dr. Holmes rofuaed
to see Cillers. He is emaciated and
f-oMti, but 04 his cab drove off the
dock to worn his liBhi.ti.il smile.
We Caution All Ag-alust Them.
The unprecedented auccs and merit
(A Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for
catarrh, bay fever and cold in- the
head has induced many adventurers
to place catarrh medicines bearing
some resemblanco in appeaiauco, style
or name upon the market, in order to
trade upon tho reputation of Ely's
Cream Balm. Don'.t be deceived. Buy
only Ely's Cream Bihn. Manv in
your immediate locality will ttstify in
highest commendation of it. A par
t ele ia applied into each nostril; no
pain ; agreeable to us. Price 50c.
PmsiicRQ, Pa., August 30. A Wil
more, Cambria county, Pa., special,
says: Three trackmen employod on
the Pennsylvania railroad were struck
by an engine near Sumner 11:11 this
morning and instantly killed. Their
names were: Watecn Aslje, aged 10
yeira; II. George, ogod 35 years, and
J eph Horner, aged about 30 yearr.
Tbe men were working at the time
of the accident and stopped off one
track to avoid a west bound train,
when they were struck by an engine
going in the opposite direction. Thoir
bodiae were terribly mangled and
strewn along, tha tiocks for eeveral
hundred yards. Yjung Ashe waa a
son of the foreman of the gang and
George was his aon-in-law. Horner
was the son of tbe proprietor of the
Mountain Iloase. They were all reei
denti of Wilinore and their uutimely
taking off has or,t a shadow over the
little town . .
Murdered by His Wife.
New York, August 30.. Bernard
finger, a milk dealer residing in
Ridgewood, L. I., waa this morning
found dead in bis hooce, having ben
beaten o death with a crowbar. His
wife reported that he was killed by
burglars, but various circumstances
warranted her arrest for the crime.
Prof. Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
Prof for of JfrrKcsK ol A. Royal Uutvnitt;
Knth( of the Myii Atutria Ifrdrraf A htm
(mwi KmahttmnmandrroflktBoval Spam
ilk Oder hahrllat A'ntpil V (Aa Hopoi
trmuia OroW of (A Itnl KasU Cimxiivr
oflht Legion qf Honor, Etc., tM , r:
"1.IF.BIG CO. COCA BBEFTOVIO
ahoald cot b. confonnded with tbe borde
of truhy eare-sllt. it ii la no aenae ol the
word a patent remedy. I am tboroughlr
oonverisnt with iu mode of preparation,
and know it to beaotonlj s legitimate phnr
m.reoticU produot, bot alio worthy of th.
hiith cominendaiioni it ha. rereiTed in all
part, of the world It contain ersano. ol
lleof. Coot, Quinine, Iron and Culiura,
whioa are dinolr.d ia pure senaine Span
iih Imperial Crown flurry."
Invaluable to all who are Rao Down, Ner
vous, Drtieptie, Biliou., Mslarioa. or af
flicted with weak kidn.ya. ate ware !
Iiullatlous. ; ..,
II er Hajesty'a Favorite CoaineUe
Vted bv Ber Royal Biehnen the Prineat of
Wu'-r and the nobility. For tbe Skin, Com
plexion, Kruptions, Chapping, Uougbneia.
tt.oO. Of druaaisu.
I.IEBIH I'O.'SJ Oennlna flyrnp ol
laraapnrllla i. tuaranteed a. tbe belt
8.iriiarill in tbe market.
N. Y. leo, 3a UIKRAT STREET
Th'j moJl.dne, a)jt)htiiinf Iron with pure
rgplMe ton1Vk otiK tly srd rompti'tel;
ur. OyapeiHita. b. watiea, Vt rilmvu.
impure lllned, atniiifia.t Itlll.anu Fevera,
II I. en unmillrieromoilr fcr Diacascs of the
Klilnera nt Umir.
It la uiviUiiAblo t IMofasoa pernitar to
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prodiKie onnatlpatloii oOur Jrrm wmkeiHrt tU.
Itenrlrheaanil rnrlfles tbe Wood, etlmulaU
the appetite, atila the aivlmilation of vxl, re
H.tm TlMutVnm anil HrlrhJug and atrauith.
aiia tha mnaelea and nenxe.
ror kttermlttant Fevcm , LflSBltiaSe, Laekol
XnanBjAe., It haa no eqiuil. r .
jjiy- ernn1ne haa stave traits tnark anl
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able matter Iu a nilueral earth
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near the famous lilndon mineral
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from the name of tha discoverer
Of the bed or mine, no it owned by
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yluld to Its curative power with,
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avar, ACID IRON EARTH fully deserve, the
word, ambrae.d In Its trademark, "NATURE'S
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I W- 1 - 1-1 Wf'
WfMSj Vefeiinarj Specific:
7 Li fLlin. ..........J
FOU THI A
Tx INUA la a product of tho Toiura or I'Vlojidly
Manila, where it haa lnn becu UMtlaa a TI -
nableremwly by tbe pMlves.
MrArVo 'inirnil of T.nura with
ativeurop..rUf Lave Iku IhoMiujiily K-aUnl.
."j. oilier uirrtsiinia wIiiho ci
iiconrainsnoupiumormorpnlnt)1 J n.pauk m. iv. vniiro,nL
. . . ixin sai.r hv au. nnimuisi-s. pfioe oxk hoixau per rtoTTi.p
A. A. IVIEH-lgR, Ktilj t'lwriM.M-. llht .ml HI WASH I N . COM AVKVII 'f T i itTltt.
We A, GAGE & CO.
No. 304a Front Street, : Mesa phi a. Tcawtv
Z. 17. ESTVs.
(nUCCaMatS TO UTM, BOAN 4k Vm.)
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Fedora
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LIVEUY, I50AKDING ANI) SALE STABLE,
So, llil NtM'ontl Mrecl MoiiiIiIn, IViih.
ear Fino Btoolt.ta se-ajatyliaslx Turi-iotttn.-ia
LUMBER YARD t
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEB.
AID IKAI.BRJI II
Doors, Sash, Slliiala, Dreaiad Fluorine, OUInif, Wpathor lloardlag-,
C'yprcM A Illusion, litttha, i;ic
earOar fketlltl.a are nniarpaii.d by any lawailll In the South for (Hint order, promptly.
Flooring, C.lllhr, hldina, Step Lnmbarand Urpre.i blilnglei a ipaoialir i alio. Fraiaisa
Laatber of all dlui.nilona. We make tbe Wholo.als Duniu.n a ipooial faatar.. Order!
lollclted and promptly Blled.
. GEO. BAYflllilaKll, ACJENT,
Xe.'ISi Jefferson Stroet-. Momu his. TonneMe
W 1 1 I 'J--' J..L ...J j '
! VHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET MEMPHIS,
J. H. HIT, W. It. IIORTOS, 1. W. HAII.rT.
Late of J. 8. Day A Son.' Late of Meaouam A llortoa. Lata of llailay A CoTlDdoal
DAT, HOETON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-302 Front Stroet Memnhin Term.
COLUMBIA ATfiENE I) M::
ituihtirikfl. liKtituil. In'titjii ntl vauiiltiti ; iin lilunrv, nM'itriitui flnI tiilinonf : IT
irni'berti. TiiorousU Bmi cutiipluU onure mctruotioti. Hoxl nttv iiuinc' in Munic, Klueu
tttm, lkiitn Li UK eto. No HfMR-inninii :iMh Ann out Ha.Miun teuilii MUMA V, r'eit.
jSStV. Prices renfumuble. lllutmtii Onlnlf.f u ri.
r. S. AITM.
ALSTON, GROWELL k 60.
iid CenuatlHloa KerobanU. Bay, Corn Oats, Bras, Cbop Fel, OU-MeaJ,
;LIaM,Cwmeat, rUiter, Billdlif and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor, Front and Union. 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
ST. CECILIA ACADEMY,
E Alt NHH VILLI', TKXN.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
Unrivaled not only In fuoitli tea nrhthirt Inntrn-tlon In Lanauagei, Muiio, Art, butalao
in location, heelihfnlneia, hows eneiforta and training. .
XKHMrl PKK ANMiM-Vayahle Hall In Adtnr.-li.nrl, Daddlni, Wahlng, Tuition In
EnirluU atudioa, i'ronoh. (loruiiin, Vnrnl Muiio in Clam. 40W, , ,,
Kor panli-ulam, apply to MlKKUtR. ,
AKIXRKW BT3WAJET, Hw OrUauu.
j Li nn
WholesaleGrocers, Got Factoio
HO. 999 AND SS8 FRONT STOEET, UEtt rillB, TENE
STE17M1 BROTHERS & COUPAIIY
00TTON F1CT0KS AND COMMISSION MEECHAJTTS,
39.Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
add NERVOUS HEADACHE
Am ennfiooKl arur KM Ins h. tlmt Thsatjwsi
P""" Vy :''!l and marked cnrnur. imtmv
,n R'ul" awiralela. aoilal.n MiwuWVbsa.
- , " , ' "' " ol-
Mn titi! 7VM1IJS In wvrnil m of Ji
n' U1' "S'lVSS S'n'Mi, a n-
w. B. DCAS.
Khiiu fact lire ra ot
MriitMUa ron toi 4.
III-.H, 4 filnmlli, Trillin
nllhv LoiiRtion : lUndxinna
Oroutnle (14 Hcrrn) i C'lii'iiiJiou"
H. H. MACIf.
JOHN E. KINDLE ft (JO., FKOVK'Sj,
88 Second St. Memphis. Ter.n
IWNUEIIS & "MACHINISTS.
i MAyUKACil.'BKHS AM DKAlKKH IS .
I ViiKluex, ltoiler, hamullln, .
lirmllorkl Corn aittl Wlinat SUU
Otiou rremt, C'oUoit ialtaKv
S.!jjfilK 1'nlleyai, i.ic.
1'I('II. MIIK'Mj ara pr..pare.l to fill cr.Un
oi ,hor potlr., f'r tha oel.i rated W'iU liien
tWi.imin ' I'uiley. We oi.rrr la I'.ook over
1'wo ilundr.d Aborted tt.ir,.
..a- rml f'T CT'iit' p'in and T'f'in ll't.
AMDBBW D. GWTIWB: UiwfkJl
II1IVE. ix uu.,
3S AIAKI (ST., MEMPHIS,
MONDAY, SEPT 6.16S6.
For Hoard, Tuition, (to., tae catalogue or
" '' U iXlT H E RM A tTBELTAS.rrcnlJent.
Clara Conway Institute.
wii i. nuiriii
Monday, October 4, 1S88.
Eiirollnipiit l,t Term, iH.
ASCIIO'Tj for the development of vltor.
cut, thouithiu', noble aomanhood.
This rcnult ia rearhad by breadth ana
thiiroiilinoiof iniru(tinn and th.awak.n
in. of patient, earoeiit endeavor. A n.tf
and commodious boarding departui.nt A - .
juat ben coiiipleteil.
Tbe depart uient of drei. making and l&i!
Unary u aildt d lor th, ret time.
In the abronc, of th, Principal who la la
Europe frr the lumumr, patnloiiud. will ba
furni'bed on appliaiuon to Mr.. tC. P. Mor
ton, 22A Adauia itreat. or thoy will be loun4
at any of tha city hook .tore..
St. Agnes Female Academy,
at Fat PUIS, TENN,
Till 3 Institution u ilnlithtlnliysitnat.il
in a retir.d and haaliny part of lbs city
of Memphis, commanding tha advantaa, of
town and country. Th, entire urrnunilinee
breath, an air ol paactul seclusion, which
,ver eierts 10 poweriiil an influenre over the
moral, physical and Intellectual lie. The
course of study emlinisi ihe variuu.
branchea of s solid ami useful education.
In tbe regular English course, th, pupils oa
entering are ranked according to tbmr pro
flci,ncy in Orihogiaihy,Ursinuiar and Arith
metic. I'articular atlontion is given to Sa
cred and l'rolune History, Hhetnrio ani
t'ouipoattion. Lutin and trench enter into)
the regular ccurae. A portion of time ia al
lowed to each pupil fr I'lain and Ornamen
tal Needlework, Mudl, Klowors,,lo. .Terms.
perKession, p vsble half-yoaily, inrarinbly
In advance. Fur boar t nud tuition in all
linini'hra tsui;ht in tho hlvltct schools,
I'lain bowinir, Mnrking.eto , II, d, Pnldlng.
Hiittionvry and WiMhing, llmi and J!."'. oo
entiling to the ao or ln ol tho pupil,
rlpeciui tortus hen scvr il loctul'i'rs ot the
sanie ttitutls attend the scho' l. Mu a!lw
nnce is made tor paitml nhsenc, or with
iltinviil lietorc the cxpifiiiion ol the to tu,e
ceptin oner oi seriiitif or (.rutrttcte d i li:es,
Kxtrss (liriiiiiu, Itiilinn. oil'.. ,nrh il'.t
Music on ritino nid ure of ii struiLetit. $Ut
lirawlng ami W ator I'ntora, tin. nil I'uint
ina.f.'O; Kinhri ilery and Ot.a" rnt il ork,
9UI; V'soot Library. t'J; Vocst Music in class,
t; l'rivui, Ijen.oii. tl-t. llonrd pvr m.inlbl
dur ng vncntion, if .jient ut tho Aciidinir,
wash uu, ,io., Il.'i. .Medicine and phvsiriiiii's
lees wiil form estra c'uircrt Terms ft r dtiy
pupils, t, II, ,1 or H per mouth. For lur
thor particular, apply to tho
I A lY SVIT.Rt. ;
T1IK STATE FKMAliK ("OILHIK
WILL ramen Cept. I!t, l'l. I.oc ited in
a heallhrul mid d.'inlitlul stil urli, ac
cessible Ity cur lines io and irctn hII iurts of
c ty. Xnstruotinn thomuah, mid acenrdiag
to tha most npiirofeit pjui'irioi at tin tlods.
Superior and (ruined sne.'lalists in the va
rious llcpartiiii ins ol Altisic. Art. Klucuilon.
Mndorti LaniritngnR, Hcinnce. Classicit anj
For furtner pTii.u'a's spplv
MISSMOLLIM. MAKSH M '.. T-'n..
MnrtH hi", TcLP.
llotkiiixtill KIk-i ;tlioi,l.
rpiiK fniirteetith iclm'a (iu jenr ol thin Boll
I estat'llhhed, limited, sect schnoi'for
boyiand utig uit'n will btgin JlONilAV,
AiiKitst 110, IHti instruction is uivtn In a
lull course of Kngliill. Latin, tlreek. t'er
man, Higher Vnthinatics and P,nkke, ing.
Thoriiugb leaching and striol lisoi; line chr
actorit, tho school. , ,
'I'erins for eesioti of 4il U'.eits -Tnltlrn.
iillj Tuition and Board, iloitrdliig pu
pils are roiuirad tn b,.ind ut I ho Ititnily n!' thtf
rrincioai. ITnrlurthcr insinuation aildros.
J. 0. KKKKKI.L. Uopkiu-V'lle, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
iii.nrouit t'o , viittsiKiA.
Tlie Hist Annnnl Sraalnn aipeus Nef
temlier lit, listl.
For catnlnguo or specNI Information, ap
ply to llfilleviie a, o., la.
W. K. A II HOT, I'rlnoliml.
IkK. .VAKl.S Nl ,1I1.AIIY,
I" Naalirllle, Tenn. Real Southera
Home lur (lirls. TIMIirls this venr. A non-
sectarian school. I'alroniied by men of lib
eral minds in all churchos. I'nsurpais.d In
ualc, Art aud Limni'it'-v ror tlatalngua
Kit. W. K. tVAKU.
Georgetown College, D. C.
Till; ACtlttnli: AMI HtTI'.XTIITO
M IIOOI.H open September V, lhKli. Apply
to Prnsidnntnt the College,
'lilt'. M Mt VV l t IHI'IHK np.ni
Hopt. 20, IhHrt. Apply to l'rol. J. W. 11.
Loveloy, M.l).,tKH) 1-th street, N. W.,
AVaMhington, O. C.
T1H St Hoot. .IF I. AW openi on tha
First Wednesday In October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yeattnan, Hon'y, corner btn anil
Jf. .troets, N. W.. Wa.hinglon, D, 0.
JAM KS A. )t)t)N AN, B. J., Prei't.
Deshler Female Institute
Hoarilliiar nl llay School lor Tonus;
liMtlls s, 1 nsrniiilxa, Alabama,
A f)TH ANNUAL PFSSiOJf open. W.dnea
d day. Heot. 1, IBM. Full Factiltyof ,
perioiiced and acuomtdished teachers. Char
tered Institution. First-class in all Its an
pnintincnta. Hoard, Inoludlns luel and
lights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, embrao'ing Ancient and Modern Lan
mki.i, with Music, will be furnished tbe
entire yenr fur I-1 0 in advance : the above,
with Art, tilb. Catalogues, containing fall
lourti o ii liLrs. sont.nn application.
N . A . KLOU UNtiV .A.M., Principal.
TulaiiolJnivprsity of Louisiana.
IFormorly, 1VI7 -l"l, the University of
"ITS advnnttigpa for practtcnl Instruction In
I dlmtasos ot the .nulliweit are unrivaled,
as the low secures it s unoMl'und'int imilori
lll) Irnill the great Dhartly llnsnitiil with its
7"d lied", and i.li,iM) pulieuti annually. 6lu- -dont
have no hosp tiil-fccs. to pile nod ftie
cial instruction ie daily inren nl th. bedHde
ol tho sick, its in no ullmr inHtitutiun. For
oatnlogoo or inl'criiiatioti. addrcs. '
P. O. Ilrnwerfhl. New Orlnnns. L.t..
N'lw ENGLAND CONSERWDCiV
r MUSIC Boston, Ma30rJ
THE LARcrXSTand BEST QI.)!PPeO.t?
lain RLD ICO li,.lru,-l,.r,.l'mflliMliil. u l resr. X'.,"'
ntuTi ItiMTtirtlon III Vnrslatiif Ir.troiinMOs I Mii.l,,. IMaiSJ'
Orcau'l'uiiiiiit, f ins Ails, Orslorr. l.itPistmr, I'rsnrli.
man and lullsn Mnina.ss, Kenllsh Hrnrhft,(Jn,.listlr
tn. Tulll'in, .- In ', sosni ami r,Miin nil f isni iii nwn
l1rlc Light, .ti,.lrtrnn. Fall Term tiMlin Sps
teinlMT., Iwl y.ir IttiLtrsnjUI'iilrmlKr, witU tnll IntonnslKilS,
SddesKfc CTUUHIBK, Ills., rrenalls Sy., BtMrri'H. aiaa f ,
School of Languages J
tTUKNCU, OKHMAN, ITALIAN. SPAN
JJ 1SII. Instruction in class or private
by lotsnn. For term-, addres,
LK'IM LANDWIIKKW, Hayoso Hotel.
ACLARSICAL SCHOOL of hl.h grade for
Born and Uirla. Knalish Coursi. Latin,
tlreek, Music and Art thoroughly taught;
book, keening also. Burs fitted lor colle.s.
For eatalotues address tne Principal,
it. a. t'UKW, c-omorville, Tenn.
St. Mary's School,
Ne. Sa Poplar Htreel,
MF.MPIII. t I I t I TENNESSEE
AB04KlIN'l and Pay School for Young;
Lidi.s and Children, under the charge
of the bister, ol St. Mary, of tbe English
Church. Number of pupil, limited to IJ.
Heat school term begins Netilember M9ta.
NBAK CIIARL0T1KV1LLB, VA.
For Dnysand Young Men. fend (nr catalogue
JOHN R. 8AMPSON. A.M.. Prinoipal.
Kav. F.UHAK WOODa. l'h. p.. Associate,'
KOTttE DAME of MAltYLAXD,
rtniloalaba Institate for Tonne Tallies and!
Preparatory School lor t ittle Wlrla, KM
I1LA, P. 0.. three mile, from H:lilutore,
M1. Conducted By tne ciiiera oi cioire
Hume, r-end for catalogue. '
Virginia Military Institute,
iS In fall snd successful operation and fjo
idi.t ll enlarged course of syatematie
Inttruotios at a eott much below that of la
siitutuins of like gride in this country, ft.
catalogues, address ....
FKANU1S II. SMITH. Superintendent
VAX DEll 111 LT UM YEKSH 5
Seven Distinct Department.: Acadetalj,
Engineering. Uiblicnl, Law, Pharisee?,
Medical, Dental. Free tuition to .tSr
dense in Theology and Manual Technology.
Catslogue sont liee on application to WlLa
WILLIAMS. Secretary, Nashville. Tn 5 t
i ma: iiiisarrisiii-ia4
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