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THE NEW C0TT05 FACTORY AS
Complaints Igalart the Non-En
forcement of the Drvmmeri'
lariout. To tbi ArriiL.I
Jackson, Miss., September 8. The
meeting of cit zeni callei ior last mgbt
to consider the proposition of Eastern
capitalists to build coltm and wool
en factory, toward which they propose
to invest $150,000, provided oar citi
zens will take etock to the amount of
S50.C00, was attended by 200 repre
sentative business men.
The Iln. David Kbelton was called
to preside, and the Hon. Oliver Clifton
was cbosen secretary.
Several speeches were made setting
forth the importance of the proposed
enterprise, together with the beneficial
results that would innre to this c?m-
mnoity by iti successful execution.
Stock to the amount of $,r09 was
taken on the epot, aid an artivj com
mittee appointed for each ward in
the city m.il nne to correspond with
tho Born tndina; country to canvass
for add ti in l smhicriptions to tbe
stick ana ior oort at an adjourned
meetirp: t tm held Friday night next.
Already $-.'2,030 additional subscrip
tions l)av been rained, the whole eg
greeitine $17,( 00.
Trie budding ci tbe factory in the
ii' ar future ia cltiintd by all to bi as-
OWING TO NUM1ROD8 COMPLAINTS
almoet daily received from commer
cial travelers, tbe Auditor hts been
compelled to is ue tbe following cir
cular: Complaint are constantly
being made to me by those ' traveling
saWiuen" who have juid their privi
lege Ux as the Ikw directs, that many
salesmen are plying their avocation in
open defiance ul ibe law. With tax
collectors rests he responslbilKy of
enforcing tbe revrnue laws of the
State, and they canaot be to:) vigl'ant
in tbe d srharge of this duty. I desire
t J sappltmsnt and emphnslzo tbe 'cir
cular' liter with the srgjt stioa that
you make demand of all t aveling sales
men entering your county to exhibit
their trivll'gi license. If you cannct
attecd to thij in person, yon thoold
designate forxio one or nine perrons
to do bo. The following was rtcoived
at this tlli e today, which is but a sam
ple of complaints conettDt'? being
made: "ilaving done buBiners in
your valued H ate f.ir in ny year we
complied with the Hta'e tax, wbich I
procured some t ine since on my first
trip this fall. As tet I have not been
Tfquired br aay olliciul in the S ate to
.show my licence, and in consequence
hive met qulto a number of salesmen
in my line soliciting thetiale sndse'l
ing goods without the lxense. not one
ben g molested. I simply inform you
of this, feeling that I ought to, as
thoee that conform with the law, ought
to be protected."
Ycur diligent and wa'chful atten
tion to tbis mat'er is orpec'ally in
voked. Yours lesLectfali.
w. w. 810NE,
Auditor Public Account.
The Auditor's bonks h'iow that but
two whisky dtumtners fcave as yet
paid the tax imposed by taw (or the
firivilege of selling in their lino of
rado, when it is kcown that largo
numbers are engaged in the busineis
throughout tbe Stato.
More Dtstrraalnsr ac-ir From the
Dallas, Tk.us Septonilnr 0 Mr.
II. A. Kiiby, representing the Central
Kelief Committte for the Bulterers from
thedron h in Jones and Stonewall
conoties, arrived here yesterday, lis
said that lain had not fallen in those
counties, for fourleen months. Khut a
majority of the settluis have left aud
that about 400 fuinilioi who were un
able t) laave are in exttemedust'.tu
tion and only kept alivo by the
willinguessof thoro who have any
thing to divide witli him. The region,
he reports, has bsen transformed
into a dtseit, with the cattle limited
for p-otision to metquits
leaves, as a result cf which they
are unniarktt ble, too weak to ha
moved and cannot prsilb'.y eurvlve
the ooiuirg winter. There are no
wealthy cattlemen rtsidont in those
counties end no works cf public cr
other lrr.provt incuts by which em
ployment can be Becurcd to the snll'er
er. Tt.e eolVirers have no seed for
crops tbis fal', and unlees assistance
comes f i'cni tho more proiporous sec
tions c f the State they cannot possibly
tide over the winter." Throughout the
burnt district 3000 families are desti
tute, but liberal contributions in seel,
money and provisions are being niadu.
ARC11B1SU0T PUUCELL'S DEUTM.
Angry Creditor Denouncing lha
Cincinnati special: The creditors of
tbe late Archbishop Parcell held an
other meeting today, and the r indig
nation and d appointment at the
manner in wbich they claim to have
been swindled out of their money took
en txtiaordintrily sensitional turn.
Tbess ci editors are-getting desperate
at tne delays to wntcD tney nave bean
subjected by Ars'gnee ManDix and
tbe courts, and they use tbe most vio
lent language in their denunciation of
the present Archbishop William Hen
ry JUder. to met, the treatment they
nave roceivea lias practically alian
' ated them from the Catbo io
Church, lodav tbcv b'iran proceed
ings by demanding tliat jlesera. Miller
ana lalel, the nnaly appointed trus
tees of tbe aeeigmd propsity, shall
collect rent fr; m the church f r all
property mentioned in Puieoh's
sigbment. luis Idi Rules the cathe
dral, ihe AiclieopiHcopal residet ce,md
various churches aid tchools, iu all
The creditors fu thor demand tint
the trustee shall hold the moneysthus
collected fur thuir benefit mi ll the
court disposes oi the case. This sc
tion is signiticmt from the fact tlit
the chur.:h hag heretofore enjnyed tlie.
use of all tbis property wi hunt any
cist whatever. The fceond bomb ex-
n'oded in the meeting was a remark
hla refo'ution calling upon Ir xh
Catholics everywhere to renounce and
overthrow the sotu ar power ol tue
priesto. This wa3 a direct thrust at
the Archbishop himaelf, and was
brought about by a reso'ntion asking
the trui-t es of 8 . Joseph's Cemetry to
forbid the Archbishop to attend the
meeting of tbe board, of wbich he is
ex-affl-Jo prts'ding cfUcer, and roiuee
tt allow Lira ti vote or take ar.y pa t
ia the nroce?dints. They tlaim that
t A-nhhishcn'a intiference In a holy
cjpeeity with the affairs cf a secular
institution is contrary to the OBstitr:
tionof the State, and cite in conss
ency with this demand that the Suto
"ias botn dei hred forever independ
a vrcf Ihe Church,
of Uw he s ir-smione.! sppetl to the Irish
JIa liasviics of tha United Sla'os ws
couched in language of tbe mo t earn
est and emphatic charsctsr. It rt
cited that the Catbolie cUny have as
sumed a domination over the wo Idly
affairs ol tbe churchmen of their fa;to
wbich is tyrannical and dangerous;
that this has become the great oppres
sion of the Catholic Church, and its
members should rise, especially in
free America, and shuke the bondege
f omthem. The Swiss, the French,
the Poles, were subject to no such
eraspinjt administration, and tbe
1'Uh were tbe solitary insUoce of
a free people who were completely
controlled by tbe authority cf iuper
slition and ignorance. These were
the exact words of tbe reaolutiop,
which was very long and bitter. The
general trend was a dosire 1 1 free tbe
Catholic institutions of ihe land from
the administration of tbe church.
The resoluti'n o osed with a demand
that thei Catbi lie priests thu'l be dis
placed from all secular authority, and
the people of the church shall refuie
to recognizs their dictation in nutters
of bnsineesand worldly all . irs.
Already these s artling demands of
tbe Pnrcell creditors are producing a
big eflsct among the Catholic clergy
ol this diocese. Yesterday letters
were read from several of ihe mott
prominent priests cf Cincinnati, de.
clarin? tfaftt they were ready snd will
ing to give up tbolr holy cllieei and
devote ttie remainder of their lives to
lecturing, tlm proceeds to In used in
paying the debts of tbe late Arch
THE COJIVEMSE CASE.
The Trial to llrglu Before I.onU villa
free by lerj Today.
fsriOUb TO Till ArriiL.I
LouinvimjI, Ky,, Keptaroher 8.
Louisville l'resbjt.-ry met today. The
Converse cans is on trial. 1 B ivgs
and Daniel, prosecutrri, are here.
Defendants' counsel is absent, hut has
l?en telegraphed to appear at Oo'ckck
tomorrow. The commission an
nounced that rf twenty six witneises
interrogated by the pioiecmlon the
depositions off eventsen are in hand.
The prosecution claims that this test
mony is very damaging. Tbe deposi
tions were ordeio i to be put into the
hands of the s atad clerk. They thus
become pnrt of the record?. The cohi
misHion alto announced that interrog
atories to five witnetss lad been re
ceived from the dofonse, but to r late to
bo forwarded until August 30th. In
response to these no depositions bad
come to hand. The trial will open in
earnest tomorrow. Tbe prosecution
have summoned eight or ton more
witnewos in the city, among them
Col. lialdeuian, of tbe Cotiritr Journal.
One of Randall's Jtrpreaontnllves
falla to Vela Kanomlnatlea
Montgomery Adoertiter: Tbe Hon.
John lu. Martin has been defeated for
re-election to Congress from the Sixth
District. All who know him recog-
.1.. kl. .Ullln ll. l.nl.ln'l..nrno...
ence and his fitness for public life.
As a Senator in the Legislature, cur
ing the darkest period cf our history,
he made a rtcorJ which entitles him
to the lasting gratitude of all good clii
tmf. 11 s election to Cocgrvss two
years ago, was in exact accord with
tbe expectations of there who know
bis patriotism and his capacity tor
wise legislation. For coma months an
opposition to his return hss been
developed, which it seems was strong
enough on Friday lait to secure
his defeat at the convention
held at Fayette Courthouse. Mr.
Mar. in voted against the coneidurnt'on
rf the tarill bill ropoitod by Mr. Mor
rison from the Ways and AuansUora
miltse. and without making further
inquiries, it is more than probable that
btu lor that vote no would today lis
the nomiuee of the paity for liepra
sontnllve in the Fiftieth Longieea. He
has during the picscnt Corgrusa been
active ard vigilant, and no matter how
greatly others m'ght have desired to
o:cupy the seat there would have
been no chaoga, in the Auvertuer i
udgmnnt, II Mr. Martin had not givon
tho unfortunato vots against consider
ing the bill especially reported asa tai
ill' mca ure. ilissurctssfiil co m pit
it ir, Cupl. J. 11. Bankhead,
baa made a very active canvasr.
lie is a native o! tho norlhwett .rn
part of the Slat, and Las betnint'ie
Lrg'slatuio (uverul times, having
served in both benches. He bas
made his way upward against many
diced vantages, aud bis succeis is due
to bis ability and energy. The pooplo
who have known him lcngost rallied
to bin and stood by him with fer
vency iiid nal. He will make a capa
ble ana watchful representative.
The IMnneapolli flour Market.
MiNNKArui.is, Minn., September 8
The Jiorthuwtern MUhr ays: With
tne povwr impioved last wcox tbo
nun mnaB a mere Batieiactory tun
than ,ys anticipated. They turned
out 15j,2(0 barrsls, averaging 23,530
daliv, against 102,110 the preceding
week and 05,470 tbe corresponding
time in 1K85. The troob'e from low
water is piobah'y at an rhd. The
heaviest rain ever experienced in this
section full Monday, an almost inces
sant downpour ol twelve to fifteen
hours. It extended over tbe country
south of tbe Noitbern Faciflo road.
The river bad previously risen and
there ia now enough water. The
week's output will likely reach 150,000
oarrois. j ue muis have not yet Degun
to'uss much new wheat on account of
tbe large sui ply of old. Tbe exports
last week were 58,135 barrels. The
production ol all the city mills Ior the
year ending September la, was 5,93(1,-
530 barrels. Tbe receipts of wheat for
the week were 718,830 bushels. The
shipments: Flout, 137.170 barrels
wheat, til, 050 bushels; millstufl, 3887
tons. In store: Minneapolis, 2,321,504
bushels; st Dnlnth, 3,047,733 b labels;
at ht. I'aui, 410,1)00 buahels.
National ...r phone Aaioelatlon
St. I.oris, Mo September 8 At
the convention cf tha Nati.inal Tilo
phoco Aesncleti in tlie ollicers cf the
present jcar wt re rc-elo::UiJ tis-irve
(ir tUt tnsuiiiji v.ar excel)', thnt
Henry Meteor, of 1'ittHhorp, was Mili-
uuuud is v:ca president lor U. t.
Dnrant, of this ciiy. Mr. Mo'r-er
also wiiselecied on the Advisory lljBrd
mplscect U. . Pwtpav. of Ch ca
The hillowini Kxecu iva Cctnmilteo
wns eiocted: V . 1). Sirirent. of Braok
lvn; It. M. Bailv. of Williamenorr.
Pa.; UwordB M. Sn. of Ciocltinat-,
ana j. . Kei ar, ol liistiu.
rieuro luunionla In Long; Island
Kkw Yoiik, SKptember 8 Pit tiro
pieumotiia prevails to an als-min
ex'ent a'uo:iK tl.u cows in MidJU
Yiliaga and Ma path, L. I., whence i
lame portion of tlie supply of mill
used in I'.rooklvu iaoht-dntd. In oni
stable thiitv-six cows have died with
in two n.otiths.
Will l'nu th Kritulnr quarlrrlj
Nkw York, September 8. The di
rectors of tbe Western Union Tele
graph Company have decided to pass
the regular quarterly dividend.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
ABIUNUESE3TS MADE FOR A
Basala's Adrlce to Turkey Protest
las; Against Foreign Occupation
General Fore g a Notes.
Vibkha, September 8. Tbe Neue
Freie Pttiue says that Prince AUxander
yeaterday, when delivering his fare
well addieis to tbe officers and in
forming tbem of the urgent necessity
he was nnder to leave Bulgaria, sild :
"If my departure is not lorever, it is
until the National Assembly of Bul
garia decidea ths question."
Rnaala'a Advice to Tnrj.
6t. Pstikshuko, September 8. The
Xovoe Vrmya orgts Bussia to secure a
good understanding wlih Turkey, and
urges Tuiky to abandon its tradition
al policy of adapting itself ti exiting
circumstances. A Kurs'vTurkieh alli
ance, adds the Now$ Vrtmya, would
solve ihe Bulier.au ques ion. Russia
should concern herself leas about
Western Europe in order to oltain a
frier hand in the Ens'.
Prajlna; Aaalnat a I'orelaa Occupa
tion of Bulicarla.
Constantinople, September 8.-The
Pjiti has Bent a note to the powers,
praying them to prevent a foreign
mihtaiy occupation of Bulgaria.
Diplomats here believe that the Bul
garian National Assembly will re-alect
On the definite abdication of Prince
Ale xander Turkish and Russian Com-mis-iouers
will be appointed to form a
nrovitional governuient to couduct
Bulga'ian allnirs pending the election
by the National Assembly of a new
ruler. The Porte has fjrmally de
c ared that Turkey will never content
to any proposal contingent or ether
that Rust ia shall occupy Bulgaria, East
ern Roumelia or any other part of
new Turkish Loan.
Constantincpls, September 8.
Turkey bas authorited the O toman
Hank to is me a l.-an for 500,000 Tur
k'flli pound", half payable directly
and the lemaiuder in installments.
Tne Cape Town Sold DlKalna;".
Caps Town, Booth Akbica, Sep
tember 8. Four thousand five hun
dred ouuctB cf gold, dug in tbe Trans
vaal, wm shipped today from this
port to Eoglaud. .
Prlnee Illxinarck'a Condition.
BsitLtN, September 8 It is official
ly announced that Prince Bismarck is
not suffering from scia'ica, as has been
teported. He trained or lacerated
some muscles while returning from
Gasteio.the announcement states, and
no aox'ety, it is added, is entertained
concerning the outcome of bis ailment.
An Interesting- Anniversary.
Citv of Mixico, September 8 To
cay being the anniver ary of tbe
heroic de eoee of the Catt e of Chapul
tepeo during the American war solemn
memorial services commemorative of
tbe valor of the cadets who fell there
were held at Cbanultepec. the Presi
dent, Cabinet and the h'ghett officials
of the army and civil service being
present. Services were a ss held in
all tbe churches.
TComb. Siitnmhnr 8. ChnWn rn.
turns ior Italy are: Torre Dell An
r.uz.tta, 2(1 new cases, '8 deaths; Putig
navo, 23 cases, 12 deaths; Fetrara, 10
roses, 13 deaths; other dis r.c;s, 23
cises, 11 deaths.
Almost an Inaurrectlou in Sj rln,
CoNsrANTiNoi'i.s, September 8 The
population cf Syria are almost in a
stato of insurrection because of the
active efforts of Tnrky to force Syrian
recruits into the Turkish army. Tbe
Syrinu reseives lave haen called out
and a general corscription is being en
forced. Save ml thousand iccruilshave
been tent to Damascus. Tbe people
generally are much excited. Trade Is
stpguant. Most of the people are very
poor, and the recruits whorresont
away from their homes as a rnle leave
their wives and families d stitute.
Brlllth Trades luiu Congrcsi.
ir.,,, u.ninmim. o ti,
LVll,iiUUi;i U. All? AJiAflSII
Trades Union Congress today adopted
resolutions declaring it to be the duty
ol the Slate to provide for tho olliciul
election oxpenses ol regular candidates
for Parliament, and that it is tbe duty
of the S a'e to pay fabrics to mem
bers of tne 11 use of Commons. The
congress alai proposed that the work-
inginenoi Ureal iir.tatn end Ireland
form a fund for Ufe pending govern
meutai action on the aubjocta ol tne
lesolutions to enab ecandidatts repre
senting the industrial interests to en
ter contetts lor feats in the House of
Commons and to support themselvos
wane sitting in parliament. A Hbor
Electoral Committee was foimed, com
posed of four esn members.
The nitnallon la Hvrry.
London, Seotember 5. General
Sir Red vers Duller r. p rrta that Connty
l.--. T 1 1 l-L-
iveny. iremuu, anu me western por
tion of County Cork are In a less seri
ous state of lawlessness than ha ex
pected to find them ia. altheueh. he
Bays, there ia widespread demoraliza
tion amorg the peasintry, wbich will
require energstic and sustained efforts
to correct. Ueneral Bullor adds that
satisfactory progress is being made in
the work of arresting the epread of
this) demoralii tion ii'id that local
s urces of crime and disorder are be
ing appreciably checked.
Treating H jtlrnphohta at Buenos
r.lTENna AvilffR KAntamlinp Tlti-i.a
boys with bydrophibia have arrived
hfre from MontovlJeo for treatment.
Tlny will be Inoculated tomorrow with
virus t.tken from rabbits. Toe cases
will ie witciieJ with great interest.
A Singular Inundation In Cuba.
Havana, Septembers . The eprirgs
which iec-ntly appeared near the vil-
lat-A of fftih ii1ililirtl t onn Mnna tn ft in.
In undiminibheit v iliime, and in spits
ol euoris to ueviai.) the watr lrom its
our-e the iiiumlstion is increasing.
A pjrtion of the villugo is now more
than three feet uod-r aater. The in
habitant i are panic stricken, and are
leaving the totality in Increasing num
bers. Parnrll aat Itir 4Jt erontriit.
London, September 8.-Since the
interview between Ixrd Hartinaton
and Ixrrd Hillnlmry nil hope of a com
promise between the (.Government
and Mr. t'arn !! bus been abandoned
l.rd Rodjtdi Churchili is dispesoi
to barxain aithMr. pKrnell on the
bit is cf (iovernniKLt support ot the
tingie ciaunu ui Jir. I'Hrueirs Dill re
lating U) the suspension of evictions
The majority c f i lie Cabinet are on-
posed to any Irish legislation until next
yar. Lord Harticgton ins'sted that
there ehonld be no tampering with
tbe l'arneil bill, and promised Loid
Salisbnry tbe vote of the Uohnlits if
the Government absolu'ely opposed
the bill. To Chsmherlain secti n
will not vote on the bill. Mr. Cham
berlain, who hs gone to tbe country,
says be will take no part in the de
bate. He adheres to h i determina
tion fo do nothing t embarra the
Government in dealing w.tb Ireland
Loid Randolph Churchill will ofl'or
Mr. Parnoll facilities for tha second
reading of his bill on the lu h ineUnt,
on condi ion that tbe Paroe'lites
t ffer no obs'ruction prior ti the pass
ing ot the whole of the estimates. Tbe
Parnollltes, a'm ng to Main control of
the government, ins st upon the con
sideration cf Mr Pamell's bill before
the estimates. The prolubls iesne will
be that Mr. Parnell will accept Lord
Randolph's offer, knowing that tl o de
feat ol his hill is certain. Mr. I'arneH
bas sent a draft of bis measure to Mr.
Gladstone. The firs', clauie provides
that lease holders may apply to the
court to fix judic al rent; the second,
that tenauti whose rents were fixed a
yiar ego mey apply tithe court for a
revaluation, and third, that the court,
pending decision of applications, may
suspend an ejectment on the payment
ot such pronoit;on of tie rent ai the
court may decide to bo prjprr. Tr e
government whips predict tl attbe de
ba'e will be abort, and that the II use
will adjourn on the 25th in-tent.
Prot. Chs. Luthvk Von Seeger
Proftuor of M'dicint at tht linynl t7nfner'(y ;
Knyiklof the Ihivnl viii'lriVin Order of the Iran
tmvmt KnwiitLmmanilrrofth.eHouat Span
ink Order at Uabella; Knight 0 the Jtoiial
Prntnian Order of the It'll Etgle; Chevalier
Of the Leaum of Honor, Etc. , Etc , ayi :
"LIEllIO CO.'N'(K'A HKEF TOSrC!
hoold not be confounded with the horde
of traihy eure-alla. It ia in do ene ot the
word a patent remedy. I am thoroughly
oonyeraant with its mode ot preparation,
and know it to be not only a legitimate phar
maceutical produot, but alto worthy of the
high ooiomendatiooi tt hai received in all
parts of tha world It contain! essence 01
lieef. Cost, Quinine, Iron and t'aliaaya,
which are dinolred in pure nenuine Span
lih Imperial Crown Cherry."
Invaluable to all who are Ron Down, Ner
tou, Dynpeptlc, Uilioua. Malarious or af
flicted with weak kietoe.-J. beware ol
Her Hajeaty'a Favorite Cosmetic
Uiei hv Ber Rnvnl Bighnea the Prince ot
Wnlet end the nobility. For the Skin, (Jotn-
ideiinn, Eruptiona, Chapping, Kouguneaa.
MF.RIO (O.'S Oenalaia Slyrup ol
Raraauarilln ia guaranteed aa tha beat
6arparilla in the market.
H.:V. D-pot, aw MlillRAY STREET
Cure DiMMoa of
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, rOULTBY,
In nse for over 20 yoars by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horse R. 11., to.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
W STABLE CHART
Mounted on Boilers & Book Hailed Free.
llumvhreye'Mcd. Co.. 109 Fulton Bt.. K.T.'
Ill JffHrB. I HO UUIJ r-m nsi... loiiici.j
Nervous Debility, Vital Veakness,
nd I'roHlrjtlon, fromirer-m.rl; or olln-r cnimi'J.
l per vial, ur ft viiUand lnrr isil pindcr. for Bk
,.-vw'l!."fcJu:, IM. 1 !
price Ml"lllrej,',,;,,1'rin0l- 1WJ l"!1" W., ft. I.
DR. C. HcLANE'S
BE BUUK YOU GET TIIE GENUINE. Tks
Counterfeit! are made In bt. lioma, Mo.
WILBOB'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVEE
ATT A Km f Twrri
1 H U j-
tat the Oeanlae A rtlrle. The cre-at
ponnlarityof "Wlibor'a Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" baa indueed aome nn
nrlnnlriled neraona to attempt to palm olf a
aimple article of their own inanu'aoturat
but anyperaon wno is aunering iromvougna.
Colda or Conaumption. ahould be careful
Itiri IhAT nurflhaae thia article. The re-
aulta of iti uae are ita best recommendations ,
and the proprietor nas ample evidence on
file of ita .great aucoess In pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime possesses a
most marvelous healing power, aa combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It ia prescribed by the medical faculty. Hold
by A. II. WiLBOa, Chemist, Boston, and
A Specific for all dieee pe
cnlinr lo women, such as 1'uiu
fnl, Kuipreaaa, or Irregular
Mont truatioo, Leucarrbua, or
If taken during the CUANOK
OK 1.IFK, great suffering and
danger will be avoided.
Band for o'.T book, "Meteage to Woaan,"
B1UDFIELD REGULATOR CO..
Imi Hb'LT or Kt
gonerrtor is made ex
pressly lor tbe euri
ol degeneration ol
the generative or
ganr. There ia no
mistake abon thisln-
a v' t .strumeni in con
B XvV .tj .iltlnuous strenm ol
Rlha nnLll! I Klh XRICITY per-
them to healtbv action. Do hst contound
this with Kleetrte Belts advertised to enrt
all ills from bead to tue. It is for the ON P
specifio purpose. For circulars giving full
ttformatlion, addreas Cheever Klectrin Bell
Co., 1UJ Washington street, Chicago, ill.
strument the eon'
pr iSl HOMEOPATHIC
SEPTEMBER 9, 1886.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. T. SEIgl!JbLJ!gg $o OO.
IiTOSBBE YAED I
YELLOW PINE AJVD OAK LUMBEB.
AND UEAXEK8 IN-
Doorg, Sash, BHudg, DreswJ Floorintr, Ceilln?, Weather-Boardlne,
Cyprem Sbluglen, JLatks, 1'Ac.
jarOnr facilities are nnaurpassad by any sawmill In the South for II iing orders promptly.
Flooring, Ceiling, biding, Htop Lumber and Cypress Shingles a speoialtc-j also, Framias
Lumbar of all dimension!. We make the Wholesale Business a spocial feature. Orders
aolioited and promptly filled.
GEO. BAYMIMiEK, AGEHT,
X7. 124 Jefferson Street MemBhls, Tenneaier
SLEDGE BS0S., of Como, Hiss. F. M. K0BFLEET, Bealdent Partner.
flog. 356 and 358 Front Street MempMa Tenn.
E, f.l APPE
364 FRONT STREET.
KELLY, ROPER & EEILLY,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 303 Main Street, Gayexto Block.
A.KDREW STEWAET, New Orleaua.
STEWART. GoTBiE & CO.,
RO. S5fl AND 858 FBOST STBEET, MEJSfPBIIS, TES8
STEWMf BROfHEES & COMPAHI
COTTON FACTORS AND
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
xVo. I Front WtrMt. Hor. Fnlon. MempUM. TMin.
fnlmer,Tbornton & Co
Cotton Factors, VhoIesale Grocers.
Ko. 30G Front alreet. t Memphla, Tean.
JN0.S.T00F. B. t. MoOOWAN. J.S.McTIQnK. W. O. PATTKS0N.
f ootlciowanl Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In Lercc aud Ballroad Supplies,
No. 374 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
M. JONES, President.
lW." . r. BAWRrB.
(Sncoeeeora IO a-mer
MAMFAC1UKEKS OF THE "MAGS0LIA BRAJiD"
30 3S and 40
J0N1W. JNO. K. HPBRD, I. PgTSR3, O BAR WOT-T), . T. T. BAffWMB.
. Cotton Factors, u
Hb. 11 TTnlftii street,
lToTmULLINS. ol laU J. R. Oodwln A
Cotton Factors & Com miss ion Merchants
No. 1 lloward'a Eow, Cor.
& Cotton Filers,
lUtA'ET GIN CO.
IManufactnrer'a 'Agents for
Daniel PriUt Cottou Gins,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH A CO.,
Prntt Eclipne HnUer lna, Feed
era and Gtn Kepnlrera,
03 to 101 Toplar St., Memphis,
avPratt Eevolvlng-Head Gins nne
qualed. btook now complete. Prioes
reduced. Correspondence ana orden
lolicited. Old Gins Repaired in First
lass Orde. All work guaranteed.
I AND2EW D. GWTNKB MarrpUl
& SAME CO
I. F. PETERS. Vloe-PresldeBt.
Fecretary and Treasurer.
i 8 Hcmphla, Tenn.
Co. J AS. YON OK, tjMU
Tront and Union, Memphis.
282 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT 6.18S6.
For Board, Tuition, etc., see catalogue, or
PP'BbOTHER MAURELIAN. President.
Clara Conwaj Institute.
Wil l. KEOPEST
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment, Lvt Term, 822.
SCHOOL forth, development of vigor-
This result is reached by breadth and
thoroughness of instruotion and the awaken
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A new
and commodious boarding department h
just been completed.
xne aepauineni oi arens maaiag aoa mix
linery is added for the f.rst time.
In the absence ot tne ivinripai. wno it in
Eurnne frr the summer, catnloguoa will ba
furnished on application to Mm. t. P. Mor
ton. 223 Adams street, or they will b. found
at any of the city book- store.
firs. Bowles' School
Opens Sept. II, at 155 AfJams St.
SPECIAL advantages for youna Indies In
Enulish Course. Latin. German. French.
Music and Elocution.
XhorouKU instruction by modern methods
Is offered to boys and irirls from uriuiarv
classoa thr'UKh grammar course.
U1K SI ATE FFMALK VQLLWQ
TILL reopen Bept. 13, 1SS6. Located in
VV a healthful and delightful suburb, ao-
eessiblo by car lines to ami lrom an parts of
eitv. Instruotion thorough, and according
to tbe most approved educational methods.
superior aou trained si,eoiaiists in me va
rious Departments ot Miuio, Art. Elocution.
Modorn Languages Science, Classics and
t or further pjrticn'ars apply t
MISSMOLLIE K. MARSHALL, Prln.,
Deshler Female Institute
Boardlnar anil ly Mrhool lor Tonnar
jnuirH, iDsenuioia, aianama.
i QTH ANNUAL SPSS'ON oneni Wednet
LZl dav. Sent. 1. 18BH. Full Faculty of ex
perienced and accomplished teachers. Char
tered institution. First-class in all its ap-
riointmenta. Hoard, including fuel and
ights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, einhrao ing Ancient and Modern Lan
abates, with Mus;c. will be furnished tha
entire year for U2i 0 in advance; the above.
with Art, Vita. Catalogues, containing full
particulars, sent on appliotinn.
w . fi.uijtij.uit. a.m., rrinciiiai.
School of Languages
FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, SPAN
ISH. Instruction in elasa or orivata
by lessons. For term . addrera
lits 'a uainusheku, uayoso Hotel.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Bots and dirls. Knelish Cours.. Latin.
Greek. Music and Art thoroughly taught;
Book keeping also. Boys fitted tur oolleg.
For catalogues addrecs the Principal,
K. V. UHiiW, bomerville. ienn.
St Mary's School.
Ufa. S53 Poplar Rtret,
HEJIPHK. list! TENNESSEE
A BOARDING and Day School for Young
Ladiea and Children, under the charge
of the Bisters oi St. Mary, of tha English
Church. Number of Dnmls limited to 100.
Next school term begins W,sHsnlr l9ttj.
Memphis Female Seminary.
MBS. EMMA C. TU HF.R, Principal
TUE FALL SESSION WILT. BEQIJt
Best educational advantasea anordadto pu
ll, location Linden street.
WITH eiperienced assistants in all de
partments, will begin ita sixth year
On September 11,
at No. 174 Hernando street, formerly Graoa
Church. Boss prepared for either Businesa
or Collooe. Discipline firm and strict; in
struction thorough and uiodern in methods.
Modern Languages a special teature.
Jjor terms,eto-, address or can i,n
WIIAHTON S. JONES,
13d TJcrn.ndo street, Memphis. Tenn.
PETERSBIIHG, VA. The Twenty-second
Annnnl SpN.ion of this School for Bova
begina the first Monday in October. Thor
ough preparations for University of Vir-
Kllim, IONU1IIS L.I1HC1 III. LTHUUIB OU,
United States Military and Naval Acade
mies; highly recommended by Faculty of
University ot Virginia; lu I staff of instruct
ors; situation henlthfcl. Early application
advised, as number of boarders ia strict!
limited. For catalogue address
w. HOHDON McCABB. Head Master.
-Au VAllllKUILI IMltKMfT,
ajnativillei Trnu. Thorough instruction
in distinct ceurses of Civil, Meohanical and
Mining Engineering (Annul Tuition tV),
and. in Manual Technology iFree). Full
Faculty. Kxiensiv. eqoipuiefrU and f ncili"
ties in draughticg-rooms, laborator es, shops
and field practice. Kntraucc Kxuuinationa
Sept.14. 15 and lei. For ciiculara address
WIL3 WILLIAMS. BuaaK.
Georgetown College, D. C.
THK ACAIIrfllll aNis f IENTIFIC
nt iiiMiiopen eeptomoer v, itxto. appiy
Wl'HE NiHWia o- Mr.Itll'INE opens
Lovejoy, M.D., U0 12th street. N. W.,
, - i . t i n
THK S' JloUL F 1 AW opens on tha
irirst veuoesuay in vciouer. aimmj w
Kami. M. Y'a'man. Sen'y, corner 6tn and
S. atreets, N. W., Wa.hington, D, C.
JAMKM A. DOONAN, 8. J , Pres't.
Virginia Military Institute,
i8 In full and successful operation and snp-
plies its enlarged course of sysi.oatia
struction at a cost much below that of In
stitutions of like grade in thia ocuntry. art,
catalogues, address .
FRANCIS H. SMITH. Superintendent.,
NOTRE SAME ot MARYLAND,
Collegia!. InititnU for Toon Lad lea and
Preparatory Sohool lor Hill' lra, EM
BLA, P. 0., three miles from BalHniwre,
Md. Conducted by the Sisters of Notra
Dame. Send for catalogue.
Edgcworth Roartli"g Mid
SCHOOL for Young Ladies and..tt
Mrs. H. P. LtFEllVRK, Principal. o. O
I'nniiiio ni .,!. Halllmere. Aid. Tha
vails school year will bogin on Thursday,
Mrptrmbfr :. lHsitl.
Tulane Unirersity of Louisiana.
IFormorly, 1M7-1PSI, the Univer8iy of
ITS advantsges for practical lostructicn In
diroasos ol the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it suparnrundant materi
als from the great Charily Hospital with ita
7(0 beds, and 120,000 patients annually. Stu
dents have no ho.ip tal-fecs lo pa and spe
cial instruction is daily given at the bedside
ol the sick, aa in no other institution, tor
oataloguo or informn'.ion, undress
Prof. S. E. CtiAlLLi;, M. 1).. Dean.
P. O. Drawer Wl. New Or'nnns-
rositlvc Cure fur Tiles.
For saleby all drnggist.
"LoaEtcci" Troussr .tretcher
Patented in Kuoi,e and Uni
ted States. N Agents In
I nlleil KlHieaforcelehrateiJ
John Hamilton Co. Stretch
er. Takes liauslng a.nl of
knees restores pantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw rod
in oombinRtion with clamps.
All others infringement,
Original and on-y strelchri
fir .rnllrmru's imf. V.v
Express securely packed. Price 12 60. Writs
tor circulars. Arents wanted io every city
O. W.ailMHOAaid: CO., Boaton.Uaa