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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886.
A BLOODY TRAGEDY ENACTED
0 THE STREETS.
One Mm KHM Another Wound
ed Personal Mention and
l.'eaenil News Kote.
IIMOUL TO Till irriib.l '
Aherpesn. Mihs , September 2. A
blcody na.edy wan enacted i.n pur
tirec'a at 8 o'c'oc ttra itrn-on.
Bsrj. R Topham and his brother-in-law,
McDoiuld.met Henry 0. Roberts
on t!ie s'.teaf, ne.r the Il-iaen ware
house, and a latal alteration enau d.
Fonr or live pistol shoiB were heard
in rapid auoies iun, when K berta lull
diad, ehot throtifrb the body and
bead. Popham was ebot by Roberts
through ihe leg. McDonald, who
eeraped mirutt. was atrwnd and
placed in ja''. Popbam was arrested
and placad uuder guard at bis home.
' icoRKtaroiDXNoa or th rriAL.l
Abkrdbkn, Mibh., Angniit 31.-Capt.
Thimai V. Moire, ol th Arm of J.
P. Iienamtv. Ou., white fa mil" has
been spending some time at lireeu
wo d Spiinii, about eigiteen miles
east of this olrce. etartrdtotheeprinw
lo spend a few dys wit'i them, lie
weutina butiitv alrne. Jnst before
reacUun hia dtetia'ton the hor e bt
crae unmanngnlle and the bngfry
wan upto', fuliin on Cait. More iu
such way as to break Ua ie jiwt ulme
the nnk'e. NotwitlmtiinilliiH his
painful irjuriis he put liia vehicle to
rignte, rearranged hs luise, climbed
into hisbiifKyand drove to ttie springs
ad'stin.;eoi a uiilo and a half. At
the eprinss he found Dr. W. A. Krone,
who drtesed bis wound and tot hie
h p. Ilii bus since been Lrotight home,
wherd n:s Uong i wuil ai could be
Col. R. O. Revnoldp, who be onus
to the National liar Association, ban
returned f om the te'iMit mottirg ol
that body tit e'aratogi, N. Y.
Ihe Rev. Mr. MurrHh, of tbo.Metuo
dist Church, has bevn elected ti a
chairintheWhitwor.il College. The
poop1 of Aberdeen ragiot to peo him
go. He ia a gneal favorite with all
the popie, wuhou'. regard lo denomi
national choice. Ha is a young man
cf rare ta'eiitJ, locial qualities end a
Bp etdid theologian.
The Aberdeen creamery wi 1 com
mnce the manufiu f ura ol flheeae soon.
Our cotton receipts It the commer
cial year juetuow ah tit closed, will
fall only a little short of 30,000 bii'is.
A great many pnop'e a-e Uking ad
vantage of tho ncdrdion rates to visit
Work on tho United States Gourt
honse and Postollice, under Maj. Val
.Young, as superinteudeut, ia progrees
Mr. S. M. Johncoa has lotnrned
Mr. Rjbert L. Hatch, the grocer,
lias returned from New York aod the
Q lite a number of thrifty looking
Wmtern farmers came in today, over
the Illinois Contral railroad, prospect
ing for home".
TnaRiv. Peter Gowtn, of Selins,
Ala., hs aocepted a ca 1 from the
Proletarian church at ihie place, end
will take charge of the church on tho
let ci September.
It no misfortune befalls the cotton
crop within ths mxt few weeks the
yied will be a fair average one.'
The Abordeen Kair wid be hold in
Octiber, and arrangement aro being
made to make it unutually attractive.
There is ttlk of es'abliehiiig a steam
laundiy in Aberdeen.
The Hon. John M. Allon.mtmbor of
Gougreea of this Cong'eHsinnal Dis
trict, paid his constituents of Morr je
a vial'. His tiouiinat'oa at tie Htarks
ville District Oonvev.tinn, to bo bold
Bn'ternberl!, 18S0, is a foregone cor
clu.jcn. He has uo opposition.
LITE It All Y.
Tn Cehturv, lor Soptemb.r, Is
Bupero In its illustraiions. A portrait
if Abbs Hir.t ia a tree torn, ana pno
tographie v'ovfp, taken in a btlloou, t f
tUe eartn, ena sutrnunu.ng c ones ana
haios ere as delightful s .tli-y ae
novel. Among tbe urtlnles ere "A
Hummer with L'fsst," "Balloonipg,"
"llalloon Kxp-rif ntes, A rietol
Sr.o-," "L ni Jpy," "The Citing
Awsy," by the clever author of "Rud
dr lirarip," "Sermon of a S:atm,"
"ArH of Pcla'1 with exquisite Mir
tiationp, "A Septenib r Violot,"
Cha'Jcellnrtivlllo with illustrstlons,
Jacksou's Ataik," "Sfdgwick'i As
sault." 'OhiticelloiRville RoviBited
hv Oen. Hooker," "Nots Tom thH
Piai ie." "NspbsZo Ionic d Ptnti'T,"
"Meino'atd en iheOiv'l War," "Mar
rifgi and the Mormon I'nblein," and
intTi-siing an lnter sting mis-ollnny
and e Wiain'nir bric-a-hrae makoout
a v ry tlae numliBr of this deservedly
faviiite ma;ax'ne. The Century
Compsny, New Yoik, pntilisher.'.
Tub North Amkhian Rhvikw for
September oivutefS touics that few
readers will fail to fluil Ititerett nir.
"l'avmn', othe National Debt," "8t
linliVm in H ig'aiul," ' Lab r in Tenn
sviviuiu" aid ' Kuna'e HnflVage" ae
a'l time y a tides, and ii.tlhgeutly
discussed at d txplained as they art,
ttitir i:(,nt nts wnl bH found Vjluablf
by h11 who uefi'e to Wp up with the
tut ics uf the il y. "Rt)ContrtHtion
1) v" coLtains tuthori'a ivo ttst -
m u s evoiy U.vtr of l i toiy will
vlu. "Wnv mii I a Mttbnditt," ly
the Rev. R On ok, wi'l mtoron
every member i f that Ofnomirat'on
"l-e-t.rtof. J. Rudal,"'A Rudy of
O vilis i ion," by Tourgee; ''Morm'n
111' o i A'oeuuut," by Kkt Field,
en.l nti'i s and in iniuents on Iciteioti
i"i inbi it ti ls oir ttie month's ex
I'illet.t number. No th Americpn
)'i b i'l.ing t'ouipau, New Yoik, put)-
Oi'T'.si; for Si n'enibi r will b pi'
c a ly ehone i ow tl.e touted twin
ic over him) mil ow fU'nmn inv.is to
tii.'t i Mint llooil. I'. In r a ppiingv
vittlity ahutt it t) nt would tuupt the
)i i et o i' U. tlxra, and iiiiiiro the
IiioHt liiriilloreut with a desire to Bhare
i' bialt::v on', door soortr. The
Jlivniy i( Aiitiiiau Vast ting" m
vc 1 iiius'raUd, an ate alo other r
t'cies I's ennt nti include 'Tie
hii.iet Ij-ih'," "iiiuiiiit i.f Mount
Wneh'iie'on." "A'onnd he World on
a B ctrw." ''After ti-oiiuio," "Vo
eu . f Mie SorDnic." "Cier.cal Wlel
iimi.'T 0'," Cba-. iu the iS:d.llee,'
md inont-ly leorH, club nes ik
v ,t oi's ci atty niat'ers make np line,
b'H r.v. s lininet tip, wholesome num-
ler Outing Oonipny, New Yoik,
The Nkw Tkincktoh Rkvisw is
. a mtgrzire JLat deterves spec'al a'
t. t on and meiita sporecia'ion In the
H u ii.Annirong & Hon, New Yoik,
int I u in hantliotne ttyle, ard its
tH'e ully writt'ir, s'rtibla. tbonghtful
and I kMtKg a titles will cul ivate
Mie mi d pnd delight the tas'e (f the
r f. 1 s September number con
tains ti alius," by K. C. Bteadman,
i iih is a trei fur the lover of litera
ti ie; "Ths Agnottc DJemma" U
wini by A. J. Oruiaud, aojl
once, uamiuon, ana o u v'
. ... a nhll
mophers, ts well aa Fpncer ana
the evolntionists, are called n n lor
their teetlraony; "Country Choicnee
in New England;" "Indian Treaties
and National linoorr," aalutarr lead
Irgjnutnow: "Freedmcn I'urmg he
War;" "A Dispatch Box." and "The
Blue Veil." J he criticiem-, notes Bnd
revies that cie the number are
thoughiful resding. Armstioog a
Hon, New York, pulilishers
DICK HILL. W1SS.
A Enccmnl I'rlriril MHua la
Isrsotil. TO THI IP1..I
Duck Hill, Vips., PeLtemb)r 2
Duck Hi l is enjoying a gr a rtvivnl
of religion. Forwverai dnya a pro
tracUd mee'inn hps Wn iu prog'eps
at the Metbodiat church con 'ueted by
tbe Rev. J. A. Bower, the revivalist
of this conference. DaMy hs the m
tesi been increwing, the congrrgs
tions growing larger and tl.e noble
preacher becomirg moi e el quent aDd
earnest and pcrsuaeive nntil ttie meet
ing has developed into a healthy soul
ttiiring revival of icbgion all over
this town and couiumni'y. Iat n'gr.t
there were a Bumbled pt rhaps tne
largfst contrecation ever preached to
here be f rp. Mr. Uewen ss a revival-Mheebo-n
celled the ara Jones of
MisiBippl. He las coriinly met
with wonderful tuciwa in bis ineot
lnas in vriius prte of the fUte, nt
Corinth, Bat-eville, Oxford, ti'oneda
and other p'aces.
The qm kiiig'of the earth was d s
tincilv leltheie the night cf the 31st
The Tfgellu' BeKiirdetl
' Njw York Journal EverjtMrg
point? t the fact that Mr. Tom
Keene, tbe tragedian, will never go on
tt,e stage uain. lr would be a m racle
that would permit him to re ura
(liar Iir M.inlH tilllO W8t Mdllllt1 f
lfsvden has been dubious about ttie
e'iMiices of bis etar regaining lite
health, and tbongli tue eto les
wore all vy in at were told
flout his condnion in I'je
early pivt of the eeaenn, they
have cruunail V Dt c 'me inui uu mui
nncenaiu uotd Mr. lliyden freely ron
f.. Ihn' tho nctor. who WBS Unouefl1
linnnlilv tb vorv beet exponent of
h brain nnd mucle school of the
a mi r.nnri t nun. will be at en no more
Ir. bn ruinembvred tb.lt about
nirn nnnlhsflKO Mr. KeetlC WSH flld
dnly stricken wifj peta'yBieiu S Jo
seph, Mo., anu wan uriniu uij; imm
by ea-y steges and went to rphide at his
old boms To Brooklyn. To a great
xtnnt iiin nnwer of two ch was gone
llaUtntJ.rd vtiile piAking. and his
tongae reemed to eti k on certain
words aid be unable to pronounce
them. H ill be appeared in pnoiic
more or less, was seen a suns of tbe
theaters, and when the eomraer bo
eon came on he went down to his
place at Sea Dr ght. Tbere be seemed
to recover much of hia . old vitality,
and his speaking got cloarpr and
clearer. Manager Hayden was over
joved at tbe rew rroepecte, and told
everybody confidently Ihst bis com
ing Btaon would be all r'ght. All at
once there was a change. Mr. Keene
grew woiee, the return of tbe difll
culty of sp"ech was more apparent,
nnd the pualyeM of one side of tho
body aop'erel to incrtaw. For a few
(leys Mnag'r Haydin hoped that it
Would change for the better, but he
soon I ad to give it up. for ii was pp
parent that Mr. Keene n't alon
would not act, but in a'l probability
would sink rapid'y a-jd die before
loop. It is now believed, especia'ly
y ib. -we who know M Keene's con
dition best, tbat be will not live more
than ninety dayg.
nelprmluptl Vie omnicide.
Ciiifioo, fSeptfmber 2. A de
termined issi of suicide Is ripo't'-d
from Tomirock, a ptaMon on the. Cn'
cg, Milwaukee and St. Pmil ralUay,
thin mom'ng. A woman threw her
self iu front of Ihe 3:10 p.m. train yes
terday, but wss r.u'Ied from the track
urinj'irrd. She leina ned in tbe
neiuijb rbod and ai 0 o'clock made
anotbtr nniunreeatnl effort o be
kil'ed by ihetram-fer engine. At3:30
o'c'ock t'. is moiuieg. a freight train
mm d tbat pnint. It bnd run over
and frightfully manglod the woman
htf re her presence ai euspeeted.
(She hkd biddim herself behind a fla -
man's box nnd dasfced out as the train
In her pockets were fonnd a pruver
bonk and a medicine bottle. The
former had the name of Ann Culbv,
Ko. :u:iO Smith Halated street, writ
ten in it, wifta fr.Bhline beneath,
'Pray U,r me." The bottle nu come
rom i lie county hospital, ami was ae-
ilsred to contii'n medicine neually
g vtu to arnnKarde.
lrl.il Callinlle llenevolent I lon.
I.Ah( A8Tn. Pa . September 2. At
his niorMiiii's Bnesio" of the Irieb
Ca holic KbLevolent Union a collec
tion Wis t'ken for the telief cf the
Cbar'.eiton earthquake nifforers. $'i00
heiug rutrtui. '1 lie eu ctton lor c uii-erj
rented as follows: President, the
Hon. Mielmul tilenran.of New ork;
tint v m rreiiilcnt, John A. Coylc, of
l.auoKter: twoiid sice president,
Mann eCaull, of JeflHrBonville, Ind;
crtai y, Martin I. J. Unltln, ol 1'hit-
'to'n i.: trevmior. the Bev. Mr.
1 1 'in v. of St iiuis: I'.xocotive uom-
inittio. .Indii Dnnris Dwyer, Payon,
().; ti It v. O J. McDonald. St L us;
J. J. i) Inn, Kinteton, Canada. Alter
udectiiu Whslnnutn ler the next
i1rc if meeting tbe convention ac-
j jurnul Bine die.
litfclu oa Tbclr Demand.
t-'T. IifiN. Mo.. September 2,-The
Uuion m n employed in tbe brewer
ies in cr.e c tv held a meo tng last
n U-ht and another this morning, at
woich It wis (lHtermleed to insiet on
their demand that the boeeee withdraw
the order requiring employes to leave
the nnion if that oraniziUon did not
ratio ibocovcoit on the srnsll drew-
eriee by Sentember 4tb. The demand
was Hindu this forenoon, and Dct lie
ing aceJed to, abaut 100 men walked
out. i-,vrv hrewerv in tne city is ai
ft fed, thoiK'h all have eoottgh men to
con'inue uiierntioui. many nuion men
n fuvii'g tn vn i ut. B itli eides express
a determination to hold out oa tne
preeent p an.
The 130,000 Paebaaa Dliieovared
PiiiLAhkM'iiiA. Pa.. Septembers. A
rumor wtncii is quite eenerally cred
ited piatet that the Adams F.xpreas
Omipanv leceived news last tveniog
of the finding cf the packaue of
money, nmonn ing lo nearly $;IO,000,
which was ehmoid bv tue rennsyl
vania Railroad company to Shamokin,
l'a , no iiii t m days ago, ana wnicn
dleappeared in sonis manner lrom the
pxptos compa-iy's ttlice in this city.
It is slid tl at the psckage was acci
deuia'lv nlnced in the wrona safe and
s"nt to pome point in lows. Rath
Prat", a clerk, who was arrested at the
time, waa iriven a recond beating be
fore a mairittrato seeterday and com'
niitted batk to ja'il in default oi f 15,-
MEETING OF THE STATE COS YES-
HON AT INDIAJUPOLIS.
Senator Ifarrlaou's Address on Taking-
the Chair Nominations
General Political Itotcs.
luniAHAi-OLis. Ind . September. 2,-
The Republican Suite Convention met
at 11 o'clock to-day. Heoafr Hsrr eon
was cboeeu Chairman and Jonn u.
Rope of Richmond, riecre'ary. Tbe
Oommitue on Resolutions reported.
Tbei rrepart, srrn'goingttie na'ional
and State admioistratioiiB and embody
leg the plaiform, was unanimously
WnenSenut r llnmson, in isxing
the cbair, rose to addre-s the great
audience cf nearly 5000 people throng
ing the City Hall, he was greeted witn
round after roind ol applause, laoies
and gentlemen in the gal ories waved
their handkerchiefs and there were
ringing cheers loeg continued. His
speuch wai an a raiiinmont of the Dem
ocrs'io administration botb national
nndStU?. Hedwet with bitter em
phaist n the gerrymander by the lait
Democratic Legislature. He pnid the
flret thought tht.t engge'ted 'tielf to
him wss ibat those weo are a'somhled
tiduy are politira'ly d Bfrancbised.
The anncrtii nmcntforLesidlativo and
Oongreeaicnal pirpo'es made by tho
Di'iuicraric pity, d Blronchieemer.t
f r political encs which has made
the South solid, which has kept tbo
free p0jlof Dtko'a from parJciput
Ing in public ellairs; which has at
tempted by frail ' to rib the people of
Ohio of thtlr repreJi-ntatiou. It has
iavadtd Indiana, and we are today
ccn'rontirg tie quaion how weshall
ro-ovir our po itlcal eijntlity. lln
Biid this i- the dominant and contro'l
irgqueetion in the campaign in la
dium, and ho wou'd have a'l bsrr in
m'nd that this disfranchisement does
not elipply nperate upon Republiranp,
lint Hll'etts t e ent'r mnjonty vote o
thuStite. Njtiiralists arid Prohlb!
tiomsts have bwn Biiippedof their
power as citizens by this or.tr'gsous
nrt of legislation, whit h was intended
to enthrone tue D -mt emtio party iu
power wi hout rpgard to tho will ot the
pe.ipie. It is the first question bs-o-uae
we cannot acwimpliBn our wiehes
in Ktats h g s'ation or in the halls of
lpisbtion at Waihingtoi until we
recover our equal political power.
After reading and adopt ng the
p'tttfo-in the convention proceeded to
R. S. Ro'jeition. of Allen count',
was nominated f r Ueutenmit Gov
ernor; Cba'lei L. Gr llin, of Lke, f ir
Secretary of State; B'tiro Carr, of
Orsnge county, for Auditor. Attorney
General, Gen. U L. Michener. of Phrl
bv; Snpteme Judge, Bryan E. Kllio't,
cf'Ma'i'n; Clerk of tbe fupreme
Ouur, W. I. Noble, of Wayne ; ruper
inhmdent of Public InstructloD, S. U.
lif(illetie. of Floyd. '
A resolution offered 'by R. W.
Ihomp-on, tx'endmg Bympa'.by t-
tie Cha'leBton Bafferrrs and pledging
the convention 10 mstorial c intribn
t;oa in that hebalf, was approved with
T Rnreerd Hoa. Bi. J. II in mood
Atlanta, Ga .September 2. Jnc'ge
John D. Stewa t, of Spa' ding coua'y,
wai yesterday nominatori by the Detn
ecrstio Congreeeionsl Oinvertion ot
the Fifth D s r ct, to Bticcw)-! lue lion
N. J. Hammond.
HI naiirl Itepnblleana,
Skdaiia. Mo.. September lbe
ttAinblifan State Convention sdiourn-
ed pine die this morning at 4 :15 o clock.
Thequeetian of subaittttng a prohi
bition amendment ti Iho ematituion,
over which an all night wrangle was
bad, wascompr mtsed; ttio pianK in
q ie tioa as pdoptid atlrmipg tnst
wlun ny tari-e Du noer oi v.hib pt
tition the Lg's'stura for tbe eubmlB-
Bion of an amtnomem provuung a
charge in the organio law of fhe b at,
it Is the duty ot mat tooy lo grant iaa
p-t.tion. J. K. uravens, oi ivsns-B
titv. w. b nominated for Supreme
Judto; M. F. But'er, of Mexico, lor
Superintendent of Inetruct on, aud S.
W. Urawlrnt, el Jcuorson cjuuij-, ior
Will Hetnln Hit Preaenl VWce.
Wahuinutoh, Septembpr 2. S. M'
Stoikslpger,- AeeiB'ant CommiBsioner
cf tbe Gi-nmal Land Oflire, has ieeaed
an addreiB to the Democratic vo'eis ot
the Third Indiana L'ongressionsl Dis-
trut witlidrawing f om the cin'es lor
a seat in Congrers from that . 3'rict
this fall. Ho rocltoj at leugth a his
tory of tbe diseenHons within bis dis
trict, aud says the probable repult of
having two Democratic candidates in
the field would be the election of a Re
publican to Cnngreee from a district
which tor tony eara Das returned
only Dimocrats; disirganit'on and
great lots to the S:ats tkk"t, and snch
lonipllcations in the twelto liOgisle
tive Districts connectid with theCon
gregpional Dis.rict as to wake tho
election of a Uen.orrstic unt o i etu ee
Senator in Gen. Uarri-s)n'a p ace
doobtfu'. lie cal's at'eotlou to the
fut that diS'eoBiin exUts in a, least
three other Cwgreseionnl Diitfr'cts in
Indians, in two of hlch two uemv
emtio canditUteB are in ths field, aod
euggents tha'. in each of ttieee dis'ricta
one of the rival Democrats follow his
Ilie New York F lumber.
Nbw iohk. Seoteinber 2. At a
mue Ing of the maetor plumbers t day
it ws resoiVKl if the j nrneymen
nlumbprs' doi.andfir coiit ol of tbe
aim rent ices is not withdrawn by tc
morrow evening to declare a gonerat
lockout. At tin mett nsr repoits were
nresented thoaias that in half the
shops ths men were worklnu under
tbe awouiatlon's rule. In the other
shops t'ie men are working provision
ally until action la takeu uy tne union,
Nftlion! nearitorNleaia Hat Itiatlen
Nsw York, September 2. At the
sthion t f tbe National B ard of Steam
Navlirat'on t dav it was resolved to
ask the Secretary of Ihe Treasury for
a modification of rules in reference to
the ductility of B'esl need in tbe con
atructionof h'gh rrewuro boiler, such
as are need ou itet msra on western
A tear Pickup.
Nkw York, September 2. Comp
troller 1-oew having been infoimed
that nrrporty on Grand B ulevard
and Seveutv seventh ttreet was need
ed for a public thor inubfare, begun a
resrrti ol the records lor tne owner o
it. He diecovcrod that tt was a rosd
(he tity's property. He learned that
the nlaie was owned ami cconpird by
the late Ferranrfo Wcod wlon lie wse
Msyrrof tbe city, and that ba bad
disposed of it to the city fi r t2f),000.
A Dimmer ot iquattera were nciuieu
today they wouid bave to leave.
Tbayuno. Mien.. Sotitember 2. A
terrible urciilont ocennod on lt'odgt-tt
, L 11 j. i lnn ...II .,1 .1 nl.t n.lUi
IT lij'ri'n 1UK.1"S 1 "l.U'wu, na" o
itooi hers, ytetr Jay. Tbe eugiDe left
the train at the top of a grade, took
oao trakeman and went a snort dis
tance tn t ke on wood. While tbe
cars at the top of tbe grade were being
loaded, ote car got away from the
men aud rm down tbe grade int) tbe
emrine. The engineer, fireman and
brakeman bad jest finished loadirg
tbe teider and gt into the engine tj
s art bafk, when the cretruck tbem.
The engine end fender were a'mitt
Ina'ent y deeired and Krnee: Wil
cox, fireman, and Jms Moshler, the
brtkeman, were ki led inBtantly. The
engineer eecapmi ahvs with serious
injuries, tut nirt f tal. The bwkeman
was foaa(tad;Btn:e from the g ue
in a hole dug btids the truck, w h a
log lying on Mm end tbe bol libed
wi b watr. The fireman waa j ut
putting woid in'o the fire box a-id
wa crushed i gainst it and horrify
JACK ON, MIS".
Prepnrnllon lor an KacaiDpmenl
of (tlnie Traopp.
IBPIOUL TO TBS APPIAL.I
Jacksoi., Mi!., September 2 Ar
ranift menis bave bien prfec'-d 'or a
mili ary eueempnient lure, f'nin the
13th to the 10 Ii mc us've, of 0: tober
next, for Miesiwippi Mte trooos.
Ther- will boinueiit vndiil's each
dav. The. ireminin4 flernd ere as
follows: For tbe b s- d.iHed ,om
pany,$l00"; a-s-oud, prem'nin, ?30(l
F'rt preniMim for tnsiiieu t'rill, 400;
send, -100. For but looteir, dia-
irord bBdg ; fir bst comnrd'Fioned
rilli'er okr fan cap'ein. g Id bidge;
for beit non-comiii ssion"!! t lli :i r, gold
medal; f r b-tt dril ed privnt, gold
liisd.d; ftr bo.-t drilled sti f four, o()
Eight C' mp-nies have Hlredy onttred
and twelv o.htr coTpsoisB are ex
pced Tin pjujiim money ia
Thi leading ba eball c'nbB ere ex
f ei t d to atl"iid an I con'eat for the
chemp'on belt of the St te.
Tent nd a:! rjeicsarycmn pqnip-
pg- will I) i fnrrrs'ii d 'I e m:li a-y c m
par ies by th u socit oo. Woik will
: e beinu 1 1 once to put In o'der for
tie ei c 'nipmetit, the hramifully IrcR
ted and Bpai inus fair g o irids, suua'ed
a st'ort ilis'me in ti.euar cf tha cap
(he Hon. Ji Derson Pavis h?B been
IcivitcU to H'tenrt.
Tlie (Jruitan Ituy 11 ruin Trade.
CiitOAoo, lix., September 2. Tbe
Mr-Cfcrm tomorrow will ray: There
are a iue marii e men here bo be
lieve that tbe decision of the Ca"nd'an
Mit iter ex' lnding veeiels of the
United Sia'es f oui giing f'om ore
Cnnad'nn port to another ta set car
goes will or onslv affHct th Grogan
bay ttado. They claim that if the rul
ing is vi lured a lireat many vessel
II be caiunel ed to ahandon the
tredo eltog jther, as they cannot oHaii
sraoes a; aiuiia-d or coiurgwooo.
the two ports where grain is r teivpd
excluflvely. Her-tofore American ves
Bflla luve carried gruin to th'se two
ni"H nd Dr ceoaeo trom them to oie
or other f tr:e iilnds in the bat and
proiu-ed cargnu rf cidar or B!t o
ing ba k 1 1 Chicago. JNow mat inw
Bm ce i'f revouu i s closed they will
have o B'k some o'her trad. Ttie
C'nadijos have net enough veeeels to
ti'ke t in ir ilacs and it wou'd om
prottebtd that tt e Grog.-n Bsy grin
iu o will eron Di a thing ci tue paet.
Sla;or Brollli fa He lnvell,-Mel.
Philadkli'iiia. Pa.. September 2.
At a meetii c of tbe Common Council
tolav.a rosrluUon was adopted, with
out a dwon in yjice, for the arp;i'H-
mont of a coiimiitteo to mve-ingai'
lhaciLdu t of Mayor Smith, ! okuig
o Lis irapi aciiment, in case rcnam
money tM-sncttons tannoi uo mis-
facto.'i!y nplaineilhy i.iin.
Loaded trowu With Morliaite.
Gbano RArin, Mi(,ii.,SsptombRr2.
The N- wao Manufaa u-lrg end tbe
Grani Rapids Manufnttu-ing Com
puriee neve givm mortgeces aggrc-ga-ing
ovi r JOPO OfO to D. P. Clsy. of
this t i y, a-d J. W. Converse, of 15 s
ton, ctver ng all aswtsaid pissee
pi 'lis, to scirre tlieir indoreemeot on
the company's pap" . Cliy and Con
verse are teavily intetestod in tiie
A Liberal Oiler.
London, September 2. Mr. Andraw
Ca'iiee has writ en a letter to the
Lord P ovot of Edinburgh, on. ring
;'"),(K0 for the establishment of free
lirrarv, on the cindition that Edin-
in-lih tdopts the tree libraries act, vy
the terms of which a tax, not exceeTl-
ingone penny in the pound, Js cha'ged
ti defrey 'he current expenses ol pub
lic libr. r ce.
jnv lie Inr-renseil, tlio Plgcetlve orgna.
itroiiKtbcncd, siul the Howcte roulaUsd,
iy taking Ayer's Pills. Tlicso 1111s aia
purely vesotiiblo In their composition,
l'hcy eonUln nel cr ca'ioincl nor any ottaor
Jiunrcrous tlrug, nnu limy bo tnkon wim
perfect safety by persons of nil ages.
I wn a creat sufferer from Dyspepsia
Hid Constipation. I nnd no appetite,
bociimo prnatly dcbllltiiled, and Wni con
lUintly aillleted with llesiUehe and Dlzl
ana, 1 oonntltcd our family doctor, who
prescribed for me, st various times, with
aut affording more than temporary relief.
I finally commenced taking Ayor s Pills.
In short time my digestion and appetiH
nir bowels were repiilfttod, and, bv the
Hi'ne I fiulslied two boxes of these Illhiniy
temlenry to hcadseJics had disappeared,
anil I bcama strong and well. Darius
M. Logs ti, Wflmiagton, Del.
I trai tmnblej, for over a year, yvlth
Lost of Appetite, and General lctliny.
I commenced taking Aver's Pills, and, be
fore tiiiiNliliig half a box of thla medicine,
niT appetite anil strength were rwtored.
C. O. Clark, Daubury, Conn.
Ayer's nils ro the best medlelns
known to ma for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused by a disordered
rUoiuavh and l.Wer. I suffered for orar
tlinx! yfitrs with Headache, Indigestion,
and Constipation. 1 had no aiipetlte, aud
eras tviak aud nervous most 01 tiie UinA
tl,re boxes of Arer'a rills, and, m at I
..,,, tlmn dieting mrelf, I was cn-
nletelr cured. Mv dlirostlTe Organs are
now fn pood order, antl I am In perfect
Aver's mil lure tetv(ltl ire wonder
riillv, For month I suffered iMtn ludl
?etloa Slid lleudiw'lip. waa restlesa at
-i,.v.. .A ha.1 a bml taste In mv mouth
svery morning. After taking one bo of
Avar's Tilla. all these troubles tllsap.
ZL"t . fnml dlL'ested well, and my
Ileep was rnn,nuif.-uij
lien', Eociport. Its.
I was eifi ' V
Aver's rills, 'il'-y ejiiw raiPBTrd
it that r"ltUl ill otiVT.biit ltva ine ia
rreau'd vigor, and iwtored say beallo.
John Lazarus, Bt. Jotiu, K. It.
STEAM ICE CRKAM MANUFACTORY,
Si and Beale Ml.. Mempbla, Teaat
CHEAP BY Tfl. -.ON'.
3S. 3Tm SEMME9 t&s CO.
YELLOW PINE ANI) OAK LUMBEB.
ABfO WEAI.ERH IS
Doors, 88b, RIIn, Dressed FhHirlng, Ceilinir, Weather-Boardlag,
' C'yprcM HhtncclcH, I.athis, lJtc
avOar holllltoi sro anianainad br Any tawmill in the South for fili ing orderi promptly.
noorm, Ctiliar, Hi.liur, Ktop Lam
uubw oi an aimonaioni,
lit mikg lh
EO. I5AY51IL.5.EIt, AGEIST, ;
jjb xai in
j -- tnSaay- "Tj r
tiLEDUE BKOS.,of Como,MbiS. F.
NCos. 358 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
LELLY, ROPER & BEHJ.YP
Gi ocers & Cotton Factors,
So. B03 Main Street, Qmrfo Bloek.
SO. 8S ASH S58 FHONT STKEKT, ELEJKI'IUS, TESM
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1VF.W OWLHaVTyw. ImsiATtT..'
! ma vnn?JT STREET.
rvr Jsr 'jw 'j
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocera,
N. aO Frl ulrret. t Wtempllla. Tgaa.
' ' ,J . ,
I. W. JTTNirs. JKO
a 3s noil 4 Jr"f"u
X. cna-pn t . PltTHRB. QBO. ARN0LT.
Cottoa Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Cotton Factors &Commission tterchants
No. 1 Uoward'B How, Cor.
cyprau bninrlet a ipsoinlw: lo, Jframlaa
H liolosnlB Unainoai a ipaoial fsature. Order
PJIATT GIN" CO.
Duni.-I I'ralt (otton til iih,
FEEDERS ANDCOSIJESSKRS, :
fSMII.EY, SMITH A CO..
Frail lt l'nlrr Ulnm, ftetl.
fr. ami Oin licpairera,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
MrPralt Bok.I vinn-Uead Qin nnt
quilet. btock rnw nomploto. Pnoei
reduced. Corrofondi.o ana or.ierr
nlicitej. Old (linn Kp,aired In Kim
lBtsi'nle . Alt work aunrau'eed.
St. K0BF1JEET, Eesldeat Partner.
I AKDBKW D. QWY1TCIB. MawfhJi
& Cotioa Factors,
Latest Novelties in Footwear
; FOR BPRIUfl AM) 6UMMKR.'
AflENXS FOR TAB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13,00 CaU Sho
' la Battoa, Lao and Congraaa.
mr Illnstrated CataJotne and Price-Lis
Mailed Free on applloetloa.-aw
FecreUry' - .niTa.
TUE "MAGKOLIA BBAKD"
T"S a sTM I" i
W. T. t. BAWWB.
Co. JA8. TONlaU of J. WCaliw.U 0.
Front and Union, Memphis.
ERSil & CO
SS2 ADAMS S.T., MEMPHI.
MONDAY, SEPT 6.18S6.
For Board, Tuition, etc., tea catalogue, or
PI lIROTngR MACREUAN. President.
CJara Conway Institute.
WILL KEOPEX '
Ilonday, October 4, 18S8.
Enrollment Last Term, 322.
ABCflOOIj for tbe development of vitor
oua, thoucniu , noble womanhood.
Tbif renult i. reached by hreadlb and
thoroUKbnesa of iusiruclion nnd ihe awaken
in of patient, enrLert rndearor. A new
and eommodiuui boardini department h
just been completed.
Ihe department of drew" makinr and mil
linery i added tor the rrt time.
jn the absence ol the l'. it.cipil who i in
Europe frr the Hummer, cntiloituel wilt be
furni bed on appiioanoo to Mr., b. P. Mor
ton, 22 i Adamt atre. t, i r tbej will be tound
at any of thp city book .tnre-.
Filrs. Bowles' School
OjM'tiH Sept. 14, at 155 Adams St.
SPKCIAI. advnnture" for ynnc ladiea in
KoaliHh eu-,-, Latin, Goroinn, t'reucb,
Wnaio nnd Eloeutinn,
Iborouirh lu-ttucticn hw modern rnetliods
ia ollerrd lo bora aud girla lrom priwary
cU!-ea thr uan aramnmr courhe.
ht. Agnes Female Academy,
Mr.MI'If l. TMX.
THIS Insiinit un in delikbtlnliy fitnnted
in a retirod and henllU. part of lite city
ot Memphis, comiui-n'li'it.' ttie adviui'ano of '
tiiwn and country. Tlieeniire surroundings
breathe nn air ot pe.'icelul .olu"ion, which
ever ezorlH ao pnworiu nn influence over tho
moral, physio 1 and inii l'eaual li e. Tha
cour.e of Etudy embracea the various
brunches of a nolid and useful education.
In the resuUr Enrli-'h i-nnrre, the pupils on
entirmR are ranked i-ccordins; to their pro
ficiency In Or h"g,uihy,(;raMiinaraLd Arith
metic. Jarticular a'tootion i. given to Sa
cred and Profane lltetflrv. Rhetoric and
t'ompoaiiiou. l.aiin and French e-nter into
the regular course. A portion ot time ia al
lowed to eaoh pupil f ir I'lnin and Ornau eo
tal NueiHewirii, hell. Flowers, itc. lcrnif,
per eaion, p ynble halt-ycai ly, invariably
in advance. For boas I and tuition in ail "
branches taucht in tbe hifhe't schools,
I'lain hewins, Markinu.etc . B.d, Redding,
Stationery and Wathii-it, fltrl and 5l. ao
coidniK t- the age or class ot the pupil. ,
Special terms ebon fever il members o the
aire IumiiI attend tho scbo 1. 20 allow
ance ia made tor partiwl absence or with
drawal belore the espituiion of tbe te m, ex
cept in oasos ot ferioua or protracted i'lueps.
i xtbas (ionuHn, Italian, etc., each 81-;
Muaic on l'iano .nd uae of ins'iument. S.ii);
Drawin and Water Color?. HU; Oil Paint
ing, tiO; Kiubroioery and Ornaa ental Work,
810; lisecf Library, fix Vocal Music in class,
f Private Leaona, JtS. Board per month
dor ng vacation, if rpo it at ihe Academy,
wash nu, eio., 115, Medicine and physician's
lees will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, ti, tt, (5 or f'i per month. Fur fur
ther particulars apply to the
THE STATE FEMALE
"TIl.Ii reopen Bert. 13, 1SKB.
V a I
healthful and delightful suburb, ae-
eraaible by car lima to and lrom all parts of
city, instruction inoruugn, ana sccoruing
to the most approved educational methods.
Superior and trained specialists in the va
rious Departments nt Music, Art. Elocution,
Modern LanLimges. Science. Classics and
For turtner prtico ars apply ia
MISS AlULL.lt; h. AlAKbil Lh, Prn.,
BELLEVUE HIGH CH0iL
ftKDf ORIS til , VIRUIN14.
Ihe) Slat Ann "l Nlti eiia See)
I em iter 10, jaao
For catalogue or specinl information, ap
ply to Belleme t. ., Va,
W. K. AKHOT, Principal,
Deshler Female Institute
Hoarding- anil ly Kcliool lor Tonng
Laillta, 'I aurnuiuis, sissans,
OTH ANNUAL SPSS ON onens Wednes
Zi rlnv. Sent. I. IHK-i. l'n'l Faculty of x-
perienced and aeouini.lifbed teuche's. Char-
terea msiilui on. riMi-cia? m hii us ap
pointments Board, includini; luel and
IKOtS. tuition 1Q enure l.lierary iibuhi-
ent, emrao tna: Ancieni nnu .-iioaern uan-
gumee, witn Mus e, win oo lurniseea ma
entire year for f-'Uin advaico: the above,
with Art, (2:5. Cataloxues, containing full
particulars, fent on application.
r. . r l.uu nil' I . n rr'ui'i
School of Languages
FRENCH, OKRMAN, ITALIAN. SPAN
ISH. Instruction ia oi.ss or private
by lessons, i'or term , addre'S
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high giade for
Bojs and Uirla. iCnalish Course, Latin,
Greek, Musio and Art thorontbly tausui;
Book keeping also. Boys fii;ed lor colloje.
For oatalosues address toe rrinciimi.
It. r. vrlLff, rnmB'yiii.. inin.
St. Mary's School,
Ke. Stja Foplar ircl,
nElrlPlIK, till' TUKKKSSKie
i BO KU1 A and uay ncnooi ior i
t T.,li. and Children, under tt charge
of tbe Sisters ol St. Mary, or tho Englisti
Church. Number of pupils limited to i IW.
N e t school ierm Begins wif-"
N EAR CHARLOTTE.VILLB. VA.
For Boys and Young Men. Send, tor catalogoa
JOHN K. MAM!".-".'!, n. rna.'1'.i; .
K E y. KDHAR WOtlDS. Ph. ! associate.
Tulane University of Louisiana.
IFormerly, lMT-lSSl, the Universi'y of
ITS advantages ti.r praotical instruct!' o In
diteaaesot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superatundant materi
als from the grent Charily Hospital with its
7(10 beds, and 20,000 patents annually, stu
dent, have no hosp tal-fcea to pa and spa- .
cial instruction is daily given at the bedrida
ol the siclt, as in no other institution. Dor
catalogue or inf'rrnatlnn. aiidress
1'rOt. B. IS. UllAlLlli"-., 1,1. L.. I-""!
p- n!l'!.l"ril'1' N" Orleans, LaL,
Bartlett Normal Scion!
AMI TRA1NINH INSTITUTE fob BOTH
SEXEs A chnol noted lor it irogres
sive methods and its ttoroufh, boneH and
pr.o'ical inatTUCiion. trm .m
ranged te meet the d-mands of the liines.
Degrees conferred , tuition cheep, board doin
ts to ;2.S0 per mootB. loiauon piesaani.
retiooi weii enui .-.j...,.o
any tiin.. Fir.-t term opens August M.
(econd Term, I'ctoh'i '". "j, Adarsj""
N EU II A It Dl .t J nani'i. iianiBHticii.
Menihis Female Scmifiary
MRU. IMM V. 'll't'HFK. rrlnc.lpal
THB FALL SESSION wibb Jituu
erteiaiiir 80, !.
Best educational anvantsgee afforded to pit
pils. Location iiraen sireet.
Memphis Insti ute,
WITH eyperienced asttar,i in an aa
rariminu, will begin lis suth year
On SeileiiT n,
at No. 174 Hernando rtreet. formerly Oraoa
Church. Bo,s prepared tor either bnsines
or Cl ege. I'Ucip.ine firm and st ic'.: in
struction thorough and UMidrin in methods.
Modern Language, a special l.atur..
t.riiii etc . addrras or call r s
1!Wnern.ndol'e-t. Vemi b'. Tenn.
PETEBSBTTRO, VA. The Twenty-second
Annual Sesaion ot this School for Boja
begins the firat Monday in October. Their-,
ouah pieparaliors for Uo-versity of Vir
ginia, lending Engineering Schools sna
United Slates Military and Navil Acade
mies; highly recommended by Faculty of
Univeriiiyot Virginia; lu'l stuff cf inatruoi
ors; situation healthful. Early applicant B
advised, a number of boarders is strict!
limited. For catalogue sddre't
W. tsOWPON MoCABB. Head Master.
hville, Teassa. Thorough instruction
indistinct ccurses of Ciril, Jtechsnical and
Mining Engineering (Annual Tuition WI,
and In Manual Technology (tree). Full
Faculty. Kt. naive aqnipments and facili
ties in draoghting-rooms, laboratories, shopi
and field Practice. Kntrance Elimination!
SepUH, UandlA. For eircularl address