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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 18S6.
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CIRCULAR tit 031 THE STATE
BOARD OF HEALTH.
JLU the Stork In (he New Cotton Mill
Subscribed Railroad Rates
Reduced.
ISPIClAb TO TBI J.FMAL.I
Jackson, Mim., Spptember 10. The
6Ue 13 jar J of liealtu is aendiPR the
fallowino communication to the Boarda
of llaaltu vl the several Interested
Stat-a:
"We deale to inform ycu that onr
inspector at Biloxl telf graphed db on
the 8th inst., that all the foimor nick
are no well. The work of d siniuc
tion baa been moit thorough and
complete, and ail other measnres car
ried cur. He epreres the opinion
thattheie is no notowity to continue
our quarantine. We replied tfcat we
deem it beet for trior e who have been
ex posted to be kept under eurveillence
.ntil noon Sunday ntxt, which will
be the tenth day bIdcs the last cam
Occurred, when, if no new cue occurs,
a'l lest. lotions may be removed."
TUB NKW COTTON MILL.
The canvfifHors for nabsciiptlons to
tne capital stock of Dm p.opofou cot
ton and woolen factory have rai ed
$50,000, the amount tt'kol from the
TDK KAII.HOAD COMMIKSION
today reduced the rate 'cn cct'on of
tbo Memnhip. lliriuiniilam and At
lant'c railroad fioinllolly SprintH tj
Memphis to Jl per tale and from
intermediate stations in the tamo pro
portion, and reduced the coal ra'e
from thti eamo point to f 1 pur ton
and proportionately from intermediate
stations. 'Jliia noc into tlfect on the
loth ins an.
ghukn's dank.
An clllcial notice from J. L. Power,
receiver oi Ureen s flunk has been
pulilielioil, ninth k that raid hank wid
pay ia full thestcond inntaUment of
trecertiliuatesduo on the 16th instant,
amounting to something over JUU.OUO,
1X-I'1HHIDKNT DAVIS.
lour roirespjiuient learns that a
' cordial invitation has bern extended
to the (treat chikf. ex-President Davi.
'to he prtnont at trie State military drill
in tola city next month, it lie ehoulil
accept the heaita of all oar people will
be made glad. Our old and middle
aged men know, honor aod love the
(treat bUleiman, hut many of the
. young men grown up tincu the war
cave never seen iilm, although every
.mother's son of them love him.
-When in response to an invitation
Of the Legislature two years ago, Mr.
Davis entered the Legislative liall on
-the arm tf Gov. Lowry when the two
' houses were in joint station, followed
'by the Supreme Judges and State olll--ctrs,
the grrat body of the people
gave such a shout as was never before
boaid In our old Statehouse. Our
people of all ages and sexes will give
the ex-I'r. sident of the Confederate
, tStutoj tucli a reception as they would
do other human boing.
ntOM TUB TEOLVLE.
. i
The Women of the Month.
To th. EJItori of th Appeal i
A few men in the days of Wadiing
tou, Jetfcraon and Livingston created
and direoied public opluiou. K-p-cI-al
y was that the case in the South,
v Litre do middle c!aes existed, and
where the great body of laborers were
slaves. The highest etaudard of ex
c silence in politics, science or literature
ia necessarily the portion i f the few.
Hut the circle cf lotlligenre is coi.
timia'ly widening, and as the circle
widens the average txcelloin o end
ability is higher, bat the giant rarer,
the dillkulty of success beicg ec
lianiod by Itsraiity, and it is needles
to say what avail a'fkli ion rariiy
uintit'stno value, cr how exauily our
admiration of success Is proportioned
to our s-tnse of ft o dilllculty i f the
undertnkinir." Three nil ctions have
htcn suggested alUr reading the ex
tmcls fr. in Mits Hor'On's esay, ''The
Women of the South," in the
AiteAl ot Angiibt 2! li. In the main
1 figree wltli the deductions of the
Hccompliehed authored, but if she In
tend", to inculcate the beliut that ".he
teniciotis courage, the tender loyalty,
the tinshiiking devjtiou and patient
LoroUm" of the womeu of the South
have only be.n developed since the
lritewcr, we would re'pctfiillv rifer
her to UnlU'a History of the War of
Independenca of the I'ni'ed States,
vol 2, r8 i'iil-2, b' ok x it, where
.Vie will rend: "Amidst the genoral
deeuVnt'on, tlie women rf the rijuth ex
hibited an example ' f more hiu mas
tiulino fortitude. They d Rplayed (o
urgent ho rare a love of ciuntry that
pcarcoly cituld theie be f und in an
iirtut or modern MMcy an trainee
more wo'thv to excite surprise a d
rulinirnliott. In lidri g a lest farewed
to ihWr ftlijrf, their children, their
lint her?, their husbands, this hero
inei, far Irvm tctmyirg the least mark
of weakneis, whiith in men might
have been txcueed, exhorted thorn
to arm tlipuistlvis with intrepidity.
Ileduced to the mist frigtitful iii-
rtigenoe.ib y ere s vuto bejlr-uid for
th.'ins t,v. s and families. Many passed
ni hltMily from the lnrst delicate and
ni'Ht eit-ittiu etyleof liv'ng to rudest
inis and 'lie luiinblts, sirvucs.
But lmnii ittti in eould not tramp
nver tair renlution and cheer
fa mrs. To litis lerjism of the
(Southern women it is print ipally to
te imputed Hint the love, atid even
llm natno of lit ert, wis in t totally ex
'ii gui- hd iu the S inthern piov'nc?r."
U M rtunity and it ttrni a one whs
w in ed lor the women t f the Sonth to
utft n xhihit t ;eir att'ihutt-B and vir
iu s. The i arrow 'ml ti r and the sup
po ed de, radiug nitlimtca of Bieet li
inakirw, tyjo retinig, tlTkli g and
wii i g er).i.i ri'd wr ting, is due to the
iaielu i li uni-e i,f s'avery.
" CITIZEN.
Kfllitl-" i-oiIi1pv.
To tbo lMiturn o' the Anwal :
Yt ur niiti'ri d i:i Sunday'a i-iua on
Riririt'Ui l'.d ti P," directed niottlv
t i tt:o Prrdiil;'i"l.iti-r, is nell limed
n M.i the loirt. The d'itik (ratlii:
a il its at tnihnt ci.ni'S ib an i-suo of
v tl iuipo ta n e tJ t!ie whi le bo.lv
po i i", und ;s In r-o sen e a r- iisious
ii'iit tieyt ml t'.e g 'ii nil suppi's.
li jn that a o t etstvnt ut rittian tatinvt
hi a drunk. r J. t:or, ut.i'ctr a strict ia
terpr.titi in of his priyir, "i.eal in
nor. into turcp'eti"li," even a rlrini-
driiikf r Liwa, hoacvor, whether in
rtdktiiu 'o ti e liquor tr. lll.? or anv
0 her ex's er.t vii, er.i Scdi de'ont-ive
tiieasnres formolatej a the result of
1 u-rian extern nee t pr.)Unt sxiety
v?ttinet the er croachuient tf evil
d iera. Laws ag ins: otlVnses which
('o no j-onbrJ i.e ti e life, liberty, hap
.ioes r Will In ini of a couunutiity
arefe'dom enfrcii. adultery
is a el.v pun ul eil at wY, never in
i,j f. ctexoeit where flagrnut indtcei t
c mrluct t-ndi to corrupt the yomh of
the kod or scandal zes a whole migh
b rtooJ. An fnju'ed wi eor husband,
Jij ever, t.eciuse they are iLvolun-
tiry eaflerers may receive civil dam.
agea f jr the consequences of an a'itn
at on of t'ae affection so curtained,
The present Sabbath laws are abrut
all that are left of the blue laws which
at one time burned witches and at
tempted t) make all mm conform to
one moral and religious standard, ana
the Sabbath laws are enforced with
extreme lax:ty and will probably be
ultimately repealed as not in accoru
with trie temus oi cur c:nuauon
which, harboring those of every rel'g.
lob aod denouiina ion, gua-amee
equal liberty to ail, but denies the
Jew. the Adveotist aod Seventh Day
Baptist equal religious rights wi'h the
Protestant Christian, iiia'inuch as
while he has the right toclmerve bis
own Sabbath it compel an observance
of the Christian Sabbath a'sn. As a
measure of eelf defense rrohibitiod
mayor may not obttin, but why it
should be claimed as d stlatt'y a re
ligious msafure anv more than laws
agiinet murder, theft or anon I cat
not conceive, I have been an
advocate of total abitimnce fur
years (though by' no meini
con v need of the practicability cf pro-
hibit'ou) aod have at all times held
that the introduction of prayers and
other rel giios ceremonfei into tin
exercises of all temperance eocieties
orm'rncted tber progitsi by patina ly
exclud'ngthe Jew, the Roniao Catho
lic and all not In accord witn i'rotest
ant tjhrisnutiiiy, but your averrge
I'ohibitiiniHt cannot be brought to
believe tliat the ctuse can possibly
succeed except by the aid of bis rwig
ion. Tkej Iiuue, one of tfce lcadii g
prohibition papers l the couotn
published at Na hville, recent'y pub-
lislied the folloninz grata tius ins ill:
"lr is not reasonable to expect that
an inllditl, or frto tl iuker, or diuuk
ard, or mora' st addler ties the inc i
nation or honest spirit in him toslmi e
public policy that it be niede to dive
the lie to the principles undetlyiig
hi moral conduct and dai'y wa k
To the fii atical editor the fiee
thinker, druokanland moial st'addler
are synonymous and interchangeab e
terms. I wrote the adi t r en ariic o,
in whi h I tried to convince him t'.a
such languege was derogatory to the
cause he whs trying to aid j tM him
that the Bo-.tr,n Invttti'jtttvr, Truth
Seeker, faltx and 0 her leading fr. e
thought journals had lml exhaustive
ariicles pro and con in their pagts dis
cussing this grave quetiou ; that there
is no more division aimrg leading
liberals than among leading church
ni nonthd tuHect; tiiet, icdeed, ti
tee in ths c ilumus of 1i;b pper the
cans ant refeiences, week af .er week,
tithe mm dribkingand rum soaked
deaconc, that the churclimaa ws the
great ooetructionist; and concluded
by telling him what wai pjseibly an
nnpalatabls fact, es follows:
Having made the ai iiuaictance
of many prominent teuiptrenite
workers in eoveral 8tite, I eiu
in a position to lUte without dicclusl
ingmuies t ta; four no io women, all
of them in the active a rvica of the
Women's Cunsiian Temi: ranee Un
ion, and who Lavs done inualtulab'e
good, are infidels and agnostics; and
others are, to say the least, of well
known heterodox tendencies, These
four are obliged, because of toe fat atte
l'lihsrility of the moveme nt, to act the
hypocrite' to the extent ot pteaerving
a olssrett ai'ence on rjligloUB topics,
and requeuing the everprtSJtit p s cr
to lead in prayer cr pronhunce the
bcinedfctlou, aiid tht y juitify lira on
the gtounai&aat 'o tneiu ins tunp r
sncecauie ie parmouu', ana wee
their real rol'c ons i pinions t be pub'
licly knuwn tueir iiKcfulntsi wou d be
deHi roved. Toe edi or, as l exp cieu,
tid not pulmsa this tetter, out in a
few weeau he mpublished the earue
paiagraph I oomplained of. Ia dis
cutsiug (his pers sunt a tempt to com
bioe.religion w.th prohibition with a
I rjmineut and 1 bral pattor ot fits
city (who agrees with me in tbo b
lief that it is hampering the
rails?) come montln ngo, he stated
that' he ehauld w.thdraw from any
to-operatlon w th the party (as a party
hilst he sli .nut continue t) nilvjcelt
temiieratice) nn il this pihcy was
abandoned, for my prt. iimign my
poor eupt ort would bo nf litt'e valun
io any pa ty, I sin of the fame mu u
s'nee it is ai pa'ort tLut ihey havo n )
Idea cf storping at prolaibi'ion of the
liqtnr trattlo, but, Join'ng namis witn
the Uo1-in-the-UoiiHtitntinn ra'iy.wiu
never bs lonteu witn losethitn a com
plete union of Church ard State and
eufnic'd Christian Si.l''atu obrcrv
aric, at least t) the abstinence from
a!l aimiwu eut rn that r!ny. One of
the lesdiuii ligl ts in this city pro
claimed from his pulpit some time ago
that "it Is tt:o duty of te. Church to
assist the Stite in the enforcement of
the law;."
Their adJrfB'os have always b t er
allujioiia to lbs preponderance of fcr-
eign salon keepers, pajticnlii'ly Ger
man aid Irish, and from the tenor ot
Btich riMiinrks, it ii sippoeable ai d
probable that had they the power they
wt uld return to Knowniitmngistn li
the extent of excluding tt ere ric-a
from immigratiop. The Appal in
doises h;s'ory when it says, "A relig
ious i-Btie is stibver.-iv of freedom
aud leads t) deepotjem." Y urn. etc.
nr.rvnun,
Altruiptrd to Hill HlranHf.
Cincinnati, O.. September 10.
(ijlden Smith, a 21, year i Id ion of
Judge Favettte Smith, attempted to
kill himeelf at Lie tatter's residonco,
in Avundalp, yesterday. He had been
in echo l mi l this S'linrner, when he
wentin'o huaiuts at Middlotown, O.
N'ght befjr lat b came home and
eetmed much deprtesed, Yoorday
mornicg, after bietkfas', the family
watt sUrded by the lepoitf ajilitol
coining from Lii r-om. Whon they
opened the door he was found lying
ou the tl tor with a revolver by his
sido and a bullet Lo'.e in li s left side.
Tne phys'c aus have tome hope of his
recovery. A qturrel with eoine young
ladv, to whom he wa pey ng atten
tiut, Is supposed to be the tauso ot his
deed.
Neon' I'.iiiDlolnn.
Of pme Cod Liver Oil, with Uype
phosphi ep, is a itios- valuable remedy
for consumption, n-rofula, waslirg dis
eets of cliildien, cjlda and chrcnic
coughs, and in all conditions where
tbfre is a tcs? of tl-eb, aieck of nerve
power and a geuetal debility of the
eyatem.
A Mud Man.
Xkw Yckk, S-p imber 30. llarr's
C. WitkiiiB n ai arraigned in Jetler
soa Market Police Uc u t today to an
swerachargo of dtfrauding Edwin
Adams Ved. of tt.ia city, out of
i'lCOO, prt'toDdit g to eell him an in
terewl iu a Piltbing patent medicine
concern, which li is alleged he had no
lghl t hlunelf o'eoi.tnd over. Wil
kirsouis flo tharted with having
fairly tenr.s.-ndd that there were no
htm or judgments against the con
cer.i, which does t ut-inesi under the
name of Kcnnidv & C., Pi tdmrg,
and with an llice in ibis eity. Tne
dofecdant c'a nii th.t, Weed is a had
mau.aud lavatVat lie was nrrested
some time ago for runnirg bucket
shoiis in a p-cnlieriy reprehensible
manner. Wilkimoo gave hai1.
HuiMMsrito lor the HAppeal
ntu m MITERSOJ.
THE COXURESSIONAL ASPIBASTS
AT C0V1XUT0X.
Two Acconuts of the Joint Debate-
How Hie (andldafes Were
Received.
laprcriLToTBS APriiL.I
Covigtok, Tknn., September 10.
A lurgi audierce, composed of some of
the beet citizens ot Tipton county,
e il hi red VH'rdav at the conrtnout
at ihii place to hear Col. Joeiah Pat
teisin and Mr. James Poelan, candi
dates for Consresa from this district.
dieeufs the political questions of the
dav.
Col. P.tter.on's statemert of his
ncsition opDn the tariff and the Blai
bill was forcible, clear and nnaosweri
bio. He boldly avowed himself in (a
vor tf a dis rihu ion among the States
of the proceeds of sale of ailthe public
ant's for educational pu'pwis, ana
should be held and appropriated as a
heritage belonging to the children of
the laud.
Many of Mr. Phe'an's friends were
diaappo'nted at his speech, as be was
not at all clear or satisfactory in his
utterances uprn the tariff or the B air
bill, lie seemed to d-nre to dodge
t!ioe issues ii n denial of all respoo
sibiliiy 'or the views of the Memphis
vlra'ancie, and at the same time hie
uttenipt at its defiuee, ws real y
amuH.nif. Mr. riieun liau some e
thuiiHM.c friends among eotne ot the
bovs around town, who created con
sideiable fuss in trie way of applause.
hut the older heads weie decidedly in
favor Lit oi. Pa terson. as their trt-
onent aim ause itdcated. Cil. l dt-
t-rson's speech and manner here to
day made him many warm trier ih
mid sunporters in this county.. Mr,
Plielan's covirt attaik npon e-eui t'-i
llinris was met and lepelled by Col.
Patterson in a bald nnd manly man
uer and such as to elicit applause from
his Hiioience end endear him to all the
friinds rf that old Democratic war
horre. Many wo we e for Phelan
before the diecusiii n ,bavo since an
Loutced themselves for I'nttersjo,
Auollier Arcount.
laraatiLTOTBS AeriAL'.l
Covington, Tsn., September 10.
We had a rousioa crowd out to hear
cur Gonu'es.-iontil ispirauts yese day
one-third or more of the districts of
tbo county being represented.
Col. Josian Patterson spoke firs
and made one of his characteristic el
foits. defining his position perticularly
on the tariff question in detail, as a'to
a If o lir questions In a general way,
In wn cli tie tccupied over an nour.
Mr. Phelan was personally a ttran-
ger to most of up, and it was suggested
n mv beaiing that tie couiii not p s-
aibly sustain himself againtt such an
effort, hot wbeu he came t) the ttand
he was greeted with alinoet deafening
cheers from at least four-fifths of the
vait audience, and be went off in a
very happy style ai.d made quite a
strong speich, defining hiB position
cleany and sat sfactjrily on all ths
issue?, wruing that theie ws no neces
sity for Col. Patterson's canvass ai the
two were agreed on alt the mat-rial
qiieetions of the day. i belao-airo c-
cnpieil about tne eame t'me e s Pttei
lo.i with a short rej linder f.r b ith.
At the close of Pte an's speech the
crotd cheered vociferously, which
continued for at least two m'nutes,
ehowing cl-arly to the minds of ail
that Poelau Is fr above par bere.
Nlarteil for the North Pole.
Winnii'so, September 30. Co'. Gil
der and comi anion, Gritlith, eta'tud
for the 'or h pole lest night. Thev
wt'l take the Bieemer Princees at Sol
kirk end ir. coed to Norway Hcus
l'.om that toint they will ascend the
Neleoa liver and piooeed t" York
Factory. The outfit which he C jlon rl
takes w th him weighs a toa nnd a
half. He also takes two sledges eix
teen feet long and ft ur feet wide.
After leaving Ytrk factory Co1. Glider
will tako as little ss poieio'e with him
because rf th dillkul y of carrying it
aloDg. He rtilh s for sustenance mainly
up n the gatte to be secured along bis
loute.
IMormooa Heal llnrttlo t nrope.
Nkw Yoiik, SeiAeiurer 10. At the
meeting of the Kmlgration Commies on
today ale tor was read from Lawyer
Leonard in regitd ti the Mormon
Kldcrj tenderirg hot da of indemnity
of well known and the roughly re
siwmeiibie men for the Mormoo immi
grant 'till detained at Wrtrd h Island,
i'he cfi,r wmdeci'ted. It wh finally
dt elded to H-nd the five Mormota
back f Europe.
HEMORRHOIDS
Blind, ll'ertlln mul Ilrlilna, lie.
lively (urril bjr I ill lr urn.
AW ABM bmh with Otiocra Soap, an
muUlta .Skin ltsautitlar, anil a iiubIo
application ai Citiciira, the itre.t Skin
Cure, will instantly allay tha intenae itching
nf the innat aaxravai.d oaae of ltchina I'ilea
Thit treatuiont, cniutiin.il with ainull ilcnel
I OUTH'CHA RaanLr(T,tbenew IllondPuri
Bar, ihrca ti in na per day, to reiulate and
atr.nvihen the bow la, overcome conatlpa
ttnn and remove th. (-.,,, will cure 11 iml,
Bleadina and Itchini Piiea whon all other
remediea and even iihyaiolana fail.
ITCHINU VI LIN.
I wa tken tor tha 6rat time In my life
with blind Pdoa, ao never, that 1 eould hard
ly keep on hit feet. 1 uad rarloua remediea
ur three weeka, when the diana'e tcuk the
furtu nf Itching rilra, and crowing worae.
lly advice of an old gentium an 1 tried the
L'UTtrcRA. Our niph'ri'iH n tirtud the itch
ing and I was aooti cured. I wiah to tell the
world thnt in ca.-a ot Itching Plloa tha price
of the Outu'I'r ia of no account. Krnio an
unaolicitoi quarttr, O. (J. KIBliY.
Conc'oiid, N. II. '
lit uiftu pii.ttra.
I be. an the uaeot yiurCt Ttci'RA Bkmiotrs
when u titat put them on the niaraet. nnd
know of tww casea of Itching l'dea that have
been cured tiy the uat, at my auirgontinn, of
tliee reiiiedita. V. X. MAK'f IN.
YianiK, 111.
ALL TIKT TUIJ CLAIM.
I havetared your CfrrrtRA RaKDis and
find thoin all that you claim, and thedoiniind
for them iu tliia ection In irreitt
ADb'tTl'S W. COLLINS.
IltflflSTIIK, ()a.
Ci Tivi'RA KoiKmra are a nntitlve cure for
every lorm ot fckin and Ulnod Uiaeaaea,
from Pitnptoa to Scrofula. Sold everywhere.
l'rioi li riri R4,6il cla ( Kiiap, iS eta. lti
ant.vcKT, tl mi. e'reparrd by ihe Puttkr
Hiiro andChkuicai.1 n., liinton. Maaa. teud
for "llow to Curoskln tiaeaso..."
CI 1 fj ltleiutthea.Pimplea, Ttlnckheadaand
jjuh. Huniora, uae Ci tioi ra Shp,
ACHING MUSCLES
Kvllrvxl In i raluuto by
ihnt rew, original, elegant nnd
inhillibloflniidiit tn p.in Rml in-
H mil MtHtinn . Ih I'tlili'llPM An.
fi' a-niir. Ho acha ur
mJL pain, or hruin nr utritln. nr
coun or cold, or nmaculnr vieakneaa tut
jieidatoiu apeedy, all powerful and never
(ailing, pain alleviating pri.pertica. At
druggiata, 2ic! fie for Jit or it I'ullrr
iiir nun i nrmlrat l n Hoato-.
WANTFIl AQENTS.Menand Woroel
HHIIICU I, n lliK CHILD',
IB LB" introduonon by ft.-. J H. Via
cent, D.D. One agent hu anld 6 In a to:
of 674 people; one7J id aTillate, of TA oa.
sew agent 86 In 10 dayai eae US two aanoei.
air weekat on 40 In 3 daya at two diBorei:
timea.iSxperlenc. notn.caaaarT Aldr.il
vAoeaLiii a uu. (l i o,
40 Dear bor a treat. Cbioaao.
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IRON
BITTERS
WILL CURE
BILIOUSNESS
DYSPEPSIA
NERVOUS PROSTRATION
MALARIA
CHILLS and FEVERS
TIRED FEELING
GENERAL DEBILITY
PAIN in theOACK & SIDES
IMPURE BLOOD
CONSTIPATION
FEMALE INFIRMITIES
RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA
KIDNEY AND LIVER
TROUBLES
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine haa Trade Mark and croaacat Ren
Line! on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
BRADFIELD'S
A Si ooifio for nil diaeasea pe
ci'liar io women, aucb na Pain
ful, huppreaae', or Irregular
Mnnetruatioo, Leucorrhu'a, or
Whitea.
FEMALE
If taken during the CHANG E
OF LIFE, great authoring and
danger will be avoided.
REGULATOR!
Send for otr book, "Menage to Woman,"
mailed free.
UAUILI KKUL'LiATOft CfJ
Atlanta, Qa.
A ft"
r wiL'ROR.'a cm
WILBOE'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVE!
ATT A MTi T TUT 17
k Ulil AXliZ UXlUfa .
Q L" 0 jfr'
Wet tbeOennlne Article Thewrrial
pnpnlarity of "Wilbor'a Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" baa induced aoin un
principled peraona to attempt to palm oil a
aimpla article of their own manufacture:
but any peraon who ia Buffering from Cougha.
Colda or Conaumption' ahould ba careful
where they purchaae tbia article. 1 he re
ults of Itg uae are ite beat recommendationa .
and the protrietor haa ample evidence on
file of it great aucceaa in pulmonary com-
plainta. The Pboaphate of Lime pcaaeaaea a
moat marveloua healing power, aa ootnbined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbcr.
It la nreacrihed hf the medicnl fanulv. Knld
by A. II. Wilbur, Cheaaiit, Boaton, an j
prqggtata.
MiKttuf tliH (lisiuftta winch nittict maukinti aru uhimi-
aUy ciiu:iu(l )j n iliw)rdtrml uoniiition tif the L I V t R
vor till yoiiiinninw in i.u inti, hucu u itntriuuj ui
tiiu I.iihp ItiliiiUriiitiMi. Nurvnum UvrnwiiHirk. liiiiiiroi-
tinn, lrrcjfLiliirity oi tb LtuwelH, CoiMiipHtion, Flntu
iHiiuy, KructatluiiH and Imnuug ot the tit t unwell
Ilaeilii tnut uuueti iitMniHinu, ,tiium, mnian,
ilomly t'lui, ClnlU and Fevtr, Urvnktxtne IjVvvr,
rluen. Loh o( Appi'tito. Jlijulauhe, Foul Brtmtli,
Irmirul-iritiun incidcaUu to Kemnlen, HhuHiik
dmvn Pnim. flntikKohH, Ac, An. STADICER'8
AURANTII it lnvnluabl. Ft w not pauncea
( r uU Otwrntw. but- will CURE all dlftne ot
lin LIVER, STOMACH aud BOWtLS. U
haiiKUH Hib L-iiiiJuxitiii fnmi a wnxv, yulluw tinge.
a ruddy, tiHalttty cohr. It entirely rumfiTne l w,
ili'Kiniy npiriu. It in one of the Aitemiittn
m i fnriirra j f motm, ana i n waimttutv mr,
STADICER'S AURANTII
i'.-t mo l,y 1 limirgiata. Price SI .00 per bottle,
C. F
8TADICER. Proprietor.
(40 60.
FR9NT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
Pennyroyal Fills.
't IIKJIlaWl KK'N ENGE.ISU."
The rlKlnial int Only eeunln.
ate and alwaya Reliable. liewaroot nnrtli.
' imttatlnna. Inuiapenaable to 1 Ain km,
1 your VroitKlxt for "OialcbeMter'a
Fnicli "and taka no other, or inoloaa 4r
(atnmpa) to na for partionlara in LTTta by
ra-luru aiinll. N PAFEh, ijlal.
claealer 4'heinlfRl t'm.,
U.tlH MHdtnsaa Kqnnre, Phi lnlrt., '
TKAiaK aupplled by BKO. O.ttUODWIIt
WtanlA.eile A:eiv. ta,at., re
iyb catarrh
Cream BalniLifiXY'ST?
LrVrail uMm
Glvea Be lef at
one and Cnrea
COLD in HE. VI
t'ATAKHH,
Hay Fcer.
1
NotaLtqulJ.Snuf
Powder, troi
J v ' fey.
from In J artou.'
O' HAA.
Druga and Cfl'an-
HAY-FEVER
alv odora.
A nartlole il applied into each nostril and
la agreeahl. Trice nil cclitl at Druggiata 1
lly uinll. reglptred, nllcenta. Circulara fro.
r. L, 1 pnuj.t rrnggi. , uwego. .1. i.
ion-ltlileitt Notice
No. Rfll.K. D. In tho Chancery Court ol
hhelbr Uounty, lenn. atat ol lennea-
fe.va. 8a'ah Zanoneet "I
It appearing fmm che'iff'i return In thla
cauae that the netenilaiit, Alrr. u liall,
Hertie Hall and Hairy liall, are not to be
found in hia county!
It ia thereiore orucred. mai tncy iniiKe
their appearance herein, nt tne rourt-llouae
t holl)y county, in ,icnipiua. renn., on re
lie lor. the firm Monday in oc oher, H-i aid
lead, anawer or Uemur tn nuuiWninant a
ill. or liie aame wl I bo u:kon for cont'eiiaed
aa to them and rot for hearing expane; and
thnt a copy of thin onlorhu published once a
eea tor lour auoreioivo cm in the ,Vnm-
phi- Appeal itiieza aay 01 ceptsmber, l.v.
A copy Aiici't :
8 I. MrDDW ELI, Clerk nnd Master.
Ilv II. F. WnUh, 1). 0. and M.
K M. ,k0. V.ueike 1, oolioitora foi Com-
1 Hn ant. '!
JirjU KlilU'llt lltll'e.
n. R. D -In the Chancery Court' of
Shelby County, Tenn. Anna McUinniaet
ni, vs. John li. Leni w et al.
It appearing from cheritf'a return In thia
caurethat th oeiennant, John H. rilppin.
a not to be four d in hu ountv 1
It ta therelore nnlered, thati.,:3'T.v
ia appearance licroin.at theeotit-1 uj.is.d
Memphis Shelby county, T.nn.,ca ni.l ofore
the tint Monday in (lotober. IK'. nnd 1 '..iad.'
inntr or demur tn couipiainant'a bill, or
ha inula w be taken lor conloaaeil aa to
him and act for hearing exparte; aud that a
py of tin' order be puiiliaheil once a week
r four ancccafive weoka, in th Memphia
ppeul. Thia 2A day of beptembor, Kyi.
A onpy attest:
u 'f VI .i II 1 w vi T. ri..b ..J M..,..
A onp att
S. t Mr
By II. V W
alah. Deputy Clerk and Muter.
v iiuut viui n uu if aa w 1
Craft A Cooper, pole, lor oompl't. fri
or Sale Engine and Boiler.
f)K HORE POWER Nearly new. Alan,
ZiO a aiokeatack, belting, pulleya, ahalt-
.Apnly lo or aoMreaa
lOor, MnaowA. k co,
my
& .1.. V w
California
BURGUNDY,
CLARET, ,
IiUESBSK YARD I
BrMle? Car Worts TvlanntaGt'o: Co
Ilriukley, Ark
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND IKAI,CIIS IS
Doorg, Sigh,
BIInrlK.
Drcsupa
Cypress blungles, j.alliei, Etc
TX2.fZ.niu!! 5.,,nl'pa"',", hZ n
flooring, Ceilihg, .biding, (Step Lumber and
" aiauja3iWAiaai 3 LU &ava IU
lnaOaiiuDi. We make the
uiiunoa uu pruuipijj uiieu
GEO. I5AY5IHaIa23H, AOMT,
go. 124 JefTeraori Street - MeiaBhls. Tennessef
M j
lolioited and
KLEDfiE BROS., of Como, Miss.
COTTON FACTORS,
Kog. 356 and 358 Front Street Memphia Tenn.
Vliolcsale Grocers
364 FRONT STREET,
KELLY, ROPER & REILLT,
WHOLESALE
r ocers & Cotton Factors.
i
TSo. 803 Main 'fitreet. GaroM Block.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
AJSDBKW 8TBWART, New Orleant. I ANDREW 1). GWTNNB Mm. fhit
STFISSBT PJWpJfJF t f!R
U I LaaUDIIII I UUailBIHL. iA UUl)
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
RO.SM AND 858 HSOST STBEIJT, TEXH
ASD
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPAQ!
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WFW ORI.RANN. TOTItSIAtV.'
ARillSTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTOBS & COMMISSION MEltCHANIS,
Vo. Front Streol. Cnr. CTiilnn. f AiiiraliiM. Tonn.
fulnier,f horatoii & Go
Cotton Factors, 'Wholesale Grocer.
No. aOO jFront nireet, i 9feni)liiH. Tmt.
JSC; 3. 100F. E. L. MrGOWAN. J. S. McTIQHE. VT. 0. PATTESON.
Toot'lclowan Ho.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor-
Ah1 Doalerft in LoToe anl Kailroad Supplies
No. 574 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
THE PETERS & SAWEIE CO,
M. JONES, Praldnt. I. V. PETEUS, Viea-PmidMt.
iW. O. If. bAWRIB, Secretary and Treaaurer.
(einreraaor lo Pvtrr 4r. Sawrle,)
MAM'FACl LREUS OP THE "MAGAOlli BR1XD"
3(1 3S and 40
mnnoTona i
N. M. J0NH. JNO. K. SPFTRn, f. p. pffTKRS, HBO. rRV0t,T, W. T). F. SAtTR'E.
Cotton Factors, -Wholesale Grocers,
It. I). MULLINH, ot late J. K. Hodwin Co. JAb. YO.NUE. lata oi J. W. CaldntU ft
MULLIKS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Cow. Cor. Front and Union, Memphia.
i
CHEAP BYTHEr,
Manafactnrera ef
Floorloir, Ceiilne. Weather Boirdlnr.
' ' tj? Sooth for fllnniorderipromptl-.
Cypreaa Shimrlea a apeoialtv : alaoryramlaT
If UVlOoaitO JJ UB
Wholesalo 11 uaiuegi k iDBoi&l fentur. Ordtf
promptly filled
F. M. NOBFLIET, Resident Partner.
& Cotton Factors,
MEMPHIS. TEKTff
AVERY GIN CO.
MANCFACTCRKB OF
Foedorai.Conclons'ria
IV. A. Siul Ill's 1'at. Separator.
AGKKT
Eaglv Eclipse Jlnllvr (Jinn,
Plain 10 Inch Gin, and
sorTKERX ariMimn pkkss.
Trice at Factory. Slot) and 6110.
ALL1MJX EI COTIOX( LEAEKS.
XT All kinds of Gins Repaired. Special
Diacountto tb Xrade.-S
SOI Ritrt 9. Front Mrliiolila, T-nB
Jeflemon Street.
ERSON & GO
EDUCATIOXAr-
Cliristiau Brotllers,
College,
2S3 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
STUDIES RESUMED
MOWDAY,SZPT 6, 1SS6.
p R MAURELIAS.Prealdent.,
HaVOConway Institute.
WILL KEOPEN
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Lt Term, 822.
ABCHOOL for th development of rlgor
ooa, thoughlui, noble womanhood.
Thia result ia reached by breadth and
thoroa.hnsssof inatrnction and the awaken
ing of patient, earneat endeavor. A new
and commodioua boarding department h
Juat been completed.
The department of dreai making and mil
linery ia added for the lirat time.
' Jn the abaence of the Principal, who ia In
Europe fcrth gummer, catalogues will be
furnl'hed on application to ilra. K. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adama atreet. or they will b found
at any of the city book etore.
Mrs. Bowies' School
Opens Sept. 14, at 155 Adams St.
SPECIAL advantagoa for young ladiel in
Engliah oure, Latin, tierinan, FreDCh,
Mnaic and Elocution.
Thorough instruction br modern methoda
ia otferea to boya and girla Irom prircar
claaaee thr'ueh rrpminar cnurao.
Tilt MAIL' FOI ALU tOLLtt.rJ
WILL reopen Sept. 13, lfSfi. Looated in
a healthful and doligbtlul auburb, ac
cessible by car linea to and lroni all parta of
city. Inatruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educational methoda. -Superior
nnd trained n.eoialie's in the va
riola llepartmenta ot Muaio, Art. Elocution,
Modern Lnauagee, Soience, CI assies and
Primary Teaching.
For further pnrtlcu'nra apply te
MISS JIOLUti J. MARSHALL. PHn.,
Memphis, Teen.
Deshler Female Institute
ttonrtlliiic r.fl ! echuol for Tonus;
LHtllra, I na.'Ui.ibla, AlalmuiM.
4 f)TH ASNTj'AL HFSS'ON oona Wednea
LJJ day. Sent. 1, 1KHH. Full Faculty of ex
perienced and accomplished teachers. Char
tered institution. Firat-claca in all iti ap-
fiointments. Board, including fuel and
ighta, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, emTiic ing Ancient and Modern Lan
guages, with Music, will b furniabed th
entire yaar for 52 0inadvai.ee: the above,
with Art, 3225. Catalogues, containing lull
particulars, sent on application.
N -. KLtiURNOIf A.M.. Principal.
School of Languages
FRENCH. GKKMAN, ITALIAN. 6PAN
ISU. Jnstruotion in class or private
bylefaons. For term , addre'a
LK'iW LANDSBKKQ. Ijayoao Hotel.
SOMERYILLE INSTITUTE.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Boya and Uirla. Kngliah Course, Latin,
Orrek, Musio and Art thorongbly taught;
Book keeping also. Boya fifed lor college.
For oataloguea addre'a toe Principal,
R. F. CHEW, SomerTille, Tenn.
St Mary's School.
Ho. 833 Poiilar Mreet,
MEMPHIS, i I t I t
ABU a HDINIi and Day School for Young
. Ladiea and Children, ander the charge
of the bisters of St. Mary, of the English
Church. Number of pupils limited to 100,
Kelt school i.rm begins W-tiPmln-r aln.
Memphis Female feeniiuary
JIBS, KM.tI.4. C. 'I tt HER. Prlna-lpnl
THE FALL SESSION WILL EEGlJt
Kr,friHliar SO,
Best educational tvantogea anorded to ptr
pile. Location V7 Linden street.
Georgetown College, D. c.
Fnnx cleat 1TH.
THE ACAItrMIai M HIEM'IFIC
ht IIOOI.h open Monteuiber 9, lt.So. Apply
to President nf the Co lege.
THE MllllilL K MaDICIKE opens
iept. au, 1H5". Apply to rrot, j. w. h.
Lovejoy, M.D., 900 12th street, N. tV
Wftshingion. D. C.
TIIK S II'4L. e'F LAW opens on th
first AVedresday in October. Apply to
Sainl. M. Y 'atinan, t-ee'y, corner Ath and
i. streets, N. W., Wa.hington, V, C.
JHK-tA. DOOSAN, P. J , Pres't.
NOIBU DAMK of MARYLAND,
Colleg late InitHate for Toiio l.Rellea and
Pre) aratory School lor Utile Uirla, EM
ULa.P. 0., three miles from Bul'luiore,
Mil Conducted by the Sisters of Notre
l);nne. bend for catalogue.
lt THE'
WORLD
FOR A
'Business Eilncnticn.
.Commercial College of
K.ntnrkT t.l.nltr.
Lexington. Ky.
Illgheal Ho. or and CuRl Medel over all oilier College,
ai tile norld'a RtriMllloa, for SybtcjB nf KHk-keeptna; .ml
Ureeral BualnwMiKilaeatloii. OOOO Urad.ata I. H..I
eM. toT()iericinploye.l. 1'MlK.II BuellteM Courats
Including Tuirton, Stationery and Board, alwut VO. bhort
HaaS. l'ri,..nrltln. and TrWeraaiiy specialties. N. la-
Mtlon, fcater now. OmSnale. UmraiilMd aawrw. Vol
circului aUdiesa tV. K. SMI I'M. rnst, Lciltua,k.
Kdgeworth Boartlig and Pay
FCUijOL for Young Ladies and arittle Hirli.
Mrs. H. P. LbFEBVRK, Piincipal. ". ft9
STituklln rilreel, tinllliworr, Ml, Th
i8tl 'school year will begin on Thursday,
liremli.r an. lai.
Memphis Institute,
"TTriTII experienced as.Istantsin all de
V partmenta, will begin its sixth year
On September 13, 1MS.
at No. 174 Hernando street, formerly Grac
Church. Boya prepared fur either Businesa
or College, liiscipiin.) firm andst.ict: in
struction tborongh and modern in methoda.
Modern Languages a special leature.
x or terma, eto , adilreaa or cal I on
W UARTON 8. JONES,
136 Hernando meet, Veinpti", Tenn.
ILMVKHM I Y raCIlUOL,
PETERSBUKO, VA. Th Twenty-second
Annual Saaaion nf thla School tor Bova
begins the first Monday in October. Thor
ough preparations for Uolvereity of Vir
tinia, lending Engineering Schools and
nited States Military and Navnl Acade
mies; highly recommended by Faculty of
linWeraitv at Viminiii : Iu I stuff of instract-
om; situation healthful. Early application
advised. a number nf bortrde-s is strictl
limited. For catalogue address
w. tiUrtDUM nciJAtiti. tiean insrer.
Irr(iiiit'k"Vii iii:prtii;t,
!a IDIUHHILI IMVtHMrT,
laalivllie, Train. Thorouab instruction
in iliatinnt cenrses of t ivil. Mechanicnl nnd
Mining Engineering (Annui-1 Tuition tii5).
and in Manual Technology 'Free), Full
Faculty, hxtenslve equipments and facili
ties in Uraoghting-roouis.l aborator es, shops
and ftdlii practice. Hntrance Kx minationa
Sept.14, loand lri. For circulars address
W 1L.3 W ILIilAMo, Ul'g8A.
NErt(4'A(. l)rABTHKr
Tnlane University of Louisiana.
irjormerly, im.-ihm, tno limversry ot
LniiiaiHnfl, 1
ITS advantages for prnctical Inatruction la
discuses ot the Southwest are unrivaled.
as the law secures it sui,erl undant materi
als trorn th- great Charity Hospital with ita
"00 beda, and il.tXlO patints annually. Stu
dent' h.ivenohosp tal-fees to pe and spe
cial instruction is daily given nt the bedsid
olthes ck.a in no other institution. For
catalogue or infTmfltion. a-.tdrons
l'rof. 8. K. UHAlLLh, m. v., Liean,
n O. tirnwerVil ew Or owns. I.n
Lonflcn" Trouser stretcher
Viltl I.1 7 Patented in Europe nnd Uni
(L 1 i( y ted States, lule Agents In
iy, vviruraiDe
John Hamilton A- Co. Strotch
er. Takes liiauatliiat a.ul f
hnea-ai re'torea pantaloona to
original ahat,e. Only patentee;
Stretcher combining screw r,
in oouihination witn clatnpi.
All others infrinceinents
ll la LI uriginai ana en-j ttiri'lt'Dfl
.u yr Ica-nilrnirn'ia tiae. B
fcxproas securely packed. Price $2 tK Write
tor circulars. Acenta wnnted in everv citi.
W H'. sIM)WtM a .. Hnoei.Tfn.e
A Valuable Patent.
Vnater' (Hone) t or as! Pea Flaw,
a.
HAVING perfected mj Invention, I wi-h
to piao it bafor th public, especially
manutactnrers. Aa Corn Planter, it is a
peneos auro.ii-opens in. arm, aisnibnua
th seed aoctrateiy, nninlured, and coverd
th earn, thrny oa man perforaulng th
work of tar. Tbev have been na.d In
this sectioa for over doaen years witb per-
lot satiaraetton. Uan give rupocsibl Mail
mouiais. naarese
JOHN H. DANCy.DaiioyTllI.
Haywood county. Tent.
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