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THE EUSAWAY PAIR GET THE
Some New Dances for the Beltes-A
Wratby Enoch Arden-Mrg,
New York, September 15. A spe
c'al from Portland, Mb, fays: An
Kdoch Arden case passed nlmott un
noticed htre MonJay n'j?ht in the
mi'ist of the political excit-nient A
cnnnla trnm niArrifl.l hnra ill 1HS0 anil
in 1SS2 the hui-band dinappeiirod. I'e
retii'iKKl last nijjht and fouRlit out tie
home of bis wile. Locking in at the
win.low, he eaw a f imily groop thut
made him ft ol "lonely." Jle went
ana?, hunted for a club, found one,
returned to tlm bouse, walked in and
rnv hiifihand So. 2 a terrible b?atirs.
This feat arcomplifihed, Enoch qumtly
took a peat in the m dst of the broken
furnituie and other evidoncen of the
Conllint;h cjlmly looked at his wife
and finally Raid: ' VLvuia, you re home
ly enouKh, I swear.''
With thin parting shot Enoch walked
off. YfwtiTdav afitrnoon he Slid: "I
am satitlM and hope there will be no
coolnefs between us. Lydia's just i
handsome as she waa once, and I
guess she would be more happy with
George. I not drunk after I made the
row, then 1 sobered up, then I got
duitik auin, and now I uicfl." Enoch
admitted that he lad done pretty well
while iv. but anciued to feel that he
had tetter keep hia money, lie give
no explanation as to wuai tea mm 10
have home. The man pounded lait
night in under medical troatuicut.
JAMES uTlUAlXE, JK.
Iluw II U Pnihvr lie. l veil the Niw
of Hi MnrrtnKO
Xkw Youk, Suplemlier 15.- Jumes
G, Ulaine, jr., the yoting bridegroom
from Maine, returned ti this city early
yeHtorday morning anil regiatured at
the New Ycr!c Hotel, in h big, bold,
sehniilhuy hand, "Mr. nnd Mrs, James
G. Klnino, jr., Maine." He passed the
day with ins wife's family. All day
Monday his bride was with her family
pipparing her trosstau. The tempo
rary fie'iug of indignation experienced
by her parents had rmsaetl away, and
they fully acquiesced in her marriage.
he had evidently counted on their
rneo'u g to thut proceeding, fur since
she was a mere child BhVbaa been the
head of the family. Ltitt Tuesday
night, afit-r the marringe, Mr. Blaine,
sr., artived in the city on tho night
I'li'limi", at 11 o'clock, and Mr. iUtiine,
jr., rt ached h"io f'om New York at 8
o'clock the next morning, lie told
Jimmy that he had determined on a'
lowing him $1S00 a year with which to
support himself and his wife, nnd that
heinuit at once join her wherevt rshe
TO MAltltY A KIXCJ.
bond Fori nn Tims A walla mi Afri
can Ulrl Mow lu Vlrlul.
Washington correspondent Cleve
land Leader: Down in llnnover county,
V.rglnln, not many miles from this
city, is an Aricuu girl who is destined
to marry a king. At the present time
lihe is a member cf the family of the
Jiev. Curtis Gruhb, nn Episcopal
clergyman, who many years bko went
out from LoLdun cntfliiy, Virginia,
a a tnimiunnry to Western Africa.
Whilo there, he and his wife became
very much attacled to a little girl, a
piiucees o( the nation, among whom
they were pr.-s. cuting their mission
ary work, ami when it came for them
to return to their home in America
they atk-d f erini-siou that the child
should acLMiiiptiuy them. (She waa
then not mora than K or 9 years of ago
Her f -it her, when firbt requeu ed to
allow his datmhtor to come to Amer
ica, guve his consent, it mny be
not Ihinkirg that the mifsionaiy nnd
his wife were serious in their in
tention of Inking the child home with
them, but when it eaiue timo for the
departure he did not want her to go.
He was told tta1 be had promised that
she might he taken by the mi-sionary.
It isacmlind principle am-'iig the
tiihe that a promise once nude cunnot
be broken, if it is itui t d upm, so the
futher reluctantly gave hie copRxnt that
tie child might go. Tho missionary
named her Nettie after bin own wife.
And trputml it mnrn i.d u ,nxtl,!,,, d,i.I
' . .1 )'"t'J VIII.
curiesity tlnn as a s.itv;.nt. Thongh
kavii g children ol their own, tho lit
tle Alrican girl was treded'an though
Of the same kith and kin, and looked
up to tho missionary and bis wile as
if they were her own parent?.
fShe made progress in edu rUin,
and learned the ways of Ameri
can with aim, ng ra iidity. Grta'nr
po'itenera couiu not re expi cled ol a
IVhian tlmii st.o always displays.
Keverran she lie induced to ) nss in
front of any one, nnd whenever she
Lands nnyttiing ton r:xi it is her
invariahlt cusioiu to that fall upon her
knees in an exugjemti d vault ay.
Hheisimw 14 years ohl, and has ar
rivd Ht the ae when she would
be eligible to mairiage if
Blill auioFg lur own mon!. Ever
- Al t e aim romu ir Amupuid a .......
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apondence has boon kpl up beteen
Wr. Gitibh and his succearora in
Africa, aud thus for fiimds have
beard from her and rim from them.
j.n a ieti.tr recently receivoJ Mr. Urulib
' was rr tUt s'ed to give h's consent that
litt e JNettiH m'ght return to h r native
land, thu', the King of hor land
wight, mairy her. Tula rtqueat will
probably he complied with, il the child
Loiaelf can be he induced to irive up her
Attierican Mends, to whom she ia vciy
much attuched. She )b weil educ tsd
for one t f her years and fully ui.dttr
Btinds the mannera nnd emtoms of
civiliz-d life, ami should she berrme
the wife of the King there is no lell
ing but she would have a powerful in
fluenoe in npllfting her people from
their prts nt degradation.
THE LATEST DANCES.
Aotnttbimr New l,.r Ihe 1)1 rilts
New York W.r-: UuIIoh and bpr.us,
, Tetur.iiig from tho wateru g places,
wih b ess Hie thitt. en mmhcr. of the
'Gomnii'.'ee of Terpil hi reu Tro'es-
aois, who have given them eomethipg
new ;o itituk sl tut and to learn. It
is ratter warm weathe' to indu ire in
idaticitig, lot ptnc ien now will make
. lmK:t b 1 iv t' o bull at-aam brgiun.
l.'w....v.t I l t tin in lleltnt intl.rt wliri lire
JjAb' 'l -
eatielied In dam e sny thing, even upon
a ra'n. tod llo'T, the aniMUticeineut of
i,ovi It'.t'u wid Iih very welcome. Ijidiea
who l-.avo h-ieii "out" for moio than
cne winter ere alrerdy weary of tho
i 1 w nllvria nnd nf ti.u flliLit nL Ftir.nro
.'.m c's. that have become as mono'o
.,iiilii Sir I! uer do (!overlv and
nr.t ha1: M lvi lv. tiei tlenien lnive
long r.'VO I' d at 'lis bUernHtives ol ihe
i.niii.ii ton hi ti tho Ko t in t ip, anl
I,,,-., in oeii with loAth ng from the
ett-r..; 1 " he t toh-tll wi'h a
nun, fun, tiddle" of tie ciistitnary
rtimr.i '. -v'w eoci'tv is 10 i y a me
t jnii'ir (iiU. rcn and, we h .pe, some
tt.ing hi t - r ii. il e r; ot trippirg the
T0'ft!C n.tve.iKB lec jiimenuiu
: " ... , i
li t ie c mvcut on aio too tuani.es.
The first is called the Gavotte. It may
be ohiected that the old. original
gavofte is not a ronnd dance; but
what's in anamet We have cften
wondered whv the antiquated but
sraceful gavotte wai rot revived.
Thoee who sw Miss Eden Terry
dance it, at the Star Theater, agree
that It was the poetry or motion.
Even when Imr'pf nued in F.rmmie, at
the Casino, it is detiirhtfully qua nt
and pretty. Hut Tiof JJrooks, oi
I'it'tbnrg,"Lastken tha gavotte time
and style and adapted them to a wahz
w hich is said to be very eh gnt and
n fined. As a contrast to t ic sliw
wovcmenU of the Gavotte IV jf. Hpiok
lus iuvntcd the Cilnn.hia, wh'ch is
a britrit, quick, lively measare, with a
hop and skip calculated to grati
fy the mott eoergttic walUi-rs
and a general di;s:i and "jiet
there" charBeierittic worthy of
the !nnd of the free, afier which
Ihe new dance is chmtened. With
the introduction of the dignified Ga
votte and tt.e live y Columbia we may
trust that we have seen Ihe lest of the
pivoters atd thegalopers, who between
them have made the modern ballroom
anvthinti hut pit asint.
The third novelty is called the Osta-
gon, becauss it is formed by eight
couples, it is to be marcneo, rcner
than danced, to the Lancers tunes.
All the couples move at the same time
and upon diagonal lines, a on oi
theatrical eflcct, for the finale, is a fig
ure in wHirh the dancers Iaa under
an arch formed by the arm) oi the
other couples. The Octagon is intend
ed to tupeisedo not only the very old
fashioned quadrilles, but the mediocre
Lancers. Wo confess thnt, although
tho Lancers his long been popular,
we have never snen it ilacced fatitfai
tirily in tl.is cauntry. As its title in
dicates, it is a military measure, and
it should be walked through in
march t;me aud with martial
treai The Prince of Wa'ee, who is
very fond of it, tried to teach the
proper step to the Canadians, and sug
gested liiat the bnnd sing part of the
mumc ; but his efforts as a protestor
were in va n, and he toon forgot his
Canadian pupils when waltzing with
the beauties of New York, the moth
ers cf the pres'-nt geneintion. The
American belle who couveits tho
Piince to the new Octagon will receive
a royal reward.
Mlu I.lirlo Wiiimi WleliU the Lnab
Willi Uuol Mlect.
Now York TiWi: Miss Lizzie Wcod,
who is cmjiloyetl in the Louse of
Henry W. Lov joy, at No. VIS St.
Mark s Place, lirooklyn, ) ai been
greatly annoyul for some time by tho
imputiet.t atltntions of a middle aged
man, who paid thut he was William
Strong, and lived at No. 07 Court
street. Miss lizzie caused bis arrest
about a month ago, and he was placed
under heavy bonds to keep away from
her. 'lie failed to do to, and on one
occasion ran into the Gosi el Pavilion,
on Fla'.btuh avenue, where Mirs Liz
zie sings in the choir, and denounced
that young lady, strong was driven
away, but he continued IiU persecu
tions in various way?. On Fiidav Miss
L'zsie purchased a rawhide, and when
Slrongpasced by her on Carlton avenue
she struck him across tho fur?. Mie
followed this blow uo with a dftsn
more, which brought blood lo the face
acd nock of Strong. He (ltd twnrd
Flalhush avonuo, followed by the girl,
her employer, Mr. Loveioy, and a
crowd of delighted small boyB. Strong
made his way down Ela'.bush avenue
to St. Mark's place, wheie he ran into
Dr. Hunker's house and hid. After
his pursuer had left he emerged from
his hiding place ond, foicing his way
through tho tliMiig of boys who col
lected nhout the door, jumped on a
car and rii-nppeared. His face was
cat in several places and blood bad
run over bis shirt front. He was Lot
at No. 07 Court s'roet yesterday.
Norlnl AflHlm, C'ro nnd I'oll-
IcoRRKBI'ONIIltNCt or Tll APPI1L.I
Maktin, Tnn.. September 13. Mr.
Emmet Mavs, who lus been visiting
us uoiiBin, mr. j. r. mavs, rturuiu
at week to hiB home in Clifton.
There will ho a double weddiim at
Uartluer next Wednesday night.
iiio larmers are nuppy, having been
visited Friday night hy a good rain.
Mr. J. J. llicknmn, a temperance
lecturer of Missouri, delivered a lec
ture Saturday night Bt the lUptiet
Church, and organized a lodge of
Alias Emma Hvas. who for seveinl
months pest has been visiting rela
tives at Nashville and Franklin, hns
returned home, to the gratilicatiou ot
ler ntiuiy KieililH.
ones benie Ktdgwav left ves'erdav
to spend several weeks with relatives
at Ct'age Grove.
Min l.ubi McWhirter. who has been
visiting relatives here, returned hist
evenirg to her home in Palmr rsville. '
JMrs. M. U. Meaks is in D.-esdeii.
vieit ng relatives.
Mr, Charley Freeman, of Dresden,
is hero, circu atinir anions his nisnv
l'rof. J. K. So-itt. an excellent ubro-
nolog st, has bnon In Martin ahjut a
week enlightening the peoplo on the
edenco of phrenology. A go.id many
of our ptopleate better acquainted
with thmuselvtsthau they were before
receiving a chait of their cranlums.
A great meny farmers are buy sow
ing turnip seed. '
The tobacco crop in this county will
he much better this year than it was
11,0 chief totde of conversation is
Ihedeetruction of Cuba by the earlh
qnske, of which theie has been no au
The nomination ot the Hon. T.
Glss lor Congress gives general satis
faction. Mr. Gilbert, editor o! tho Mail, left
Saturday morning lor Chic Ago. He
will return l ueily.
Mr. Hud Weds :e spent last week ini
ApseUe I ml I it n n Tile I r Wnf !
St. Louw, Mo., September 15. A
special fiom Las Vegss, N. M., says:
jotiaya train oi ten roaches enrue
from tho Smith hearing the Chitlcahuj
Binl Warm Kpr:ng ApAi'lus ltom ISan
(Ibiloa rservaitiu, tu Ariz.ia, to
riornn. mere were lDOOl Uie ravages,
guarded hy three omranio ol United
StKtes iiilimtrv, coder cummaud ol
Col. Marts and M.j. Dickie. A though
i:onn of them hsve been on tiie war
path since tieroi imo broke loose, it
was well understood tliF.t they weie
furnihliiini his bnnd with Bini'riiitioii,
ni d tlieio whs no telling wtal moment
they might, break cut. For this rtasm
the government decitle.l to eh:p them
nil to Fioihiu, where they cuu'd do uo
A. P. U. Ciianm-on. tl kt walker tor
Si'tn Itrothe's, No West Twenty
third etrte1, New Yoik, togothtr with
l is wfe, .Vai In ubled with malaria
for npnauls of to yuire. Tin v wers
both entirely cured by taking one'ortwo
Dra'tdreth's P.lls every nignt for three
months, with-mt intufsiing with their
labor tr household dutie?.
M EMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL TIIUIITS DAY,
DELIGHTS OF XUE SURF.
BATUISO AT KEWPOKT
The Southern Callfornlan raradise
Dally Life at Houibnrg
That pottion of Ca'ifornia to which
one of the Api'eal etafl has just aoiie,
aid -which he will make uisfu'U'e
home, mutt be a lovely spot, according
to all accounts. A gent'eman who rt
ctTit'y made a trip to Los Angeles
Rayo: "A Lts Angeles o.arge fresh
from the tree is lnscious biyoud power
of expieasion. Putchased in the stalls
c f Los A cgelt-s marki t . they are tougb,
dry aud ta'telese. Much exoerience
tKUght the visitors this difference, and
cow there is t vague suspicion in ex
istence that Ihe finer varieties are
shipped to the Extern markets, whilo
a comparatively worthies sort is kept
for home consumption. In several
days' experience there wore but rare
exceptions to the rule that porcLased
oranges were ol a very interior eott,
While those presented direct frpm the
tree were of as fine a quality as could
beajked for. Entering Pasadena by
Orange Grove avenue one fac: s the
north wall of the famous Sin Gabriol
Valley, and the contiast between the
dark g'een that H ods the level bottom
at the too: end the facsofthe lefty
ragged peaks ot Bomber brown is
very great, and imprersively marks
tho valley as one ol the garden spots of
the South. As far es the eye can rech
from the elevated points in the vicin
ty, there is scarcely an acre of arable
land tint is not uuuer cultivation and
covered with bright green trfe?,whos9
frtsiineas lemaics, notwithstanding
the duet and heal of the long summer.
" Then the orange trees ere
in full blocm, the a r is fresh from the
rains and pmfumed from the Ibwe'B,
bets are hu.zDg, h'rds singing, the
dust ii laid, end ail the et ctteras of a
lovely se inotropic climnte are ready
f . r the visitors.
The fjllowicg days the vis'tois di
vided among the seaside resorts cf
Santa Mcnita and Long Be ch, the
latter lying on the Siu i'edro aud Wil
mington road, which are the shippirg
parls (t this section. 8ntaMouica
has a ftrotnh cf beach ar.d a purf that
would drivo the faehionahles of the
Eatt wiltl with delight were they to
postess them. For miles and miles
there is a strip cf soft, whit? sand,
on which the breakers tumble iu
frolicsome glee, and with a pro
found contempt for the cfioits
put forth by the puny mo'tals withiu
their ltsfo to maintain an unriirht no.
sit on. The boach has a width of
from 100 to 300 yards, and is backed
by a rerrendkulBr bioll' fifty or sixty
fdet in Light. The entire beach is
lined with tents during the summer,
and thty do not add to its beauty byt
. (Santa Monica is on the jilatean back
of the er'ga of the blull'.and is a pretty,
tree-embowered little place in a quiet
sort ol way, its morals are excellent
and will piobably cont nuo so until
iioxt seaton, when an immense new
hotel is to open its door a and the town
will bid for patronage at a fashionable
summer irsort. One thing people are
chary of all down the Southern coast,
and that is their breeze. Lifo would
be nit rt endniable and loss dan
ger from exploding thermometers
were the racitlcs zephyrs al
lowed to ponettnte inland to a
reasonable distance. They are not,
however, and half a mile from shore
tho air is as still as if there rere no
ocean to kick up a breeze within a
rifle shot. Saula Monica's bathing
suits aie principally donned on Sun
day, when three excursion trains are
run from Loi Angeles, and hundreds
and hundreds of both Hexes tumble in
the surf in an effort to store enough
coolness in their baked carcasses to
lust through the week.
Tnlk of the l.txl H eck nl Newport.
The week at Newport has been a
dull one; necessarily so from the fact
as premised above that every' man
who could possibly got nway to wit
ness the yacht races did so. The week
witnessed also the departure of the
mnjority ol the trauaient summer pop
ulation who visit the favorite resort
only for the August gayeties, and who,
now that tho suij'c.riii'ion ball is over.
the Lut Casino dance he'd, aud the
seuson virtually at an end, have folded
up their tents ami stolen away, to
Lenox cr their autumn homes in the
suburbs of lto't.iii, Philadelphia and
New i (Kt. 1 be dunce nt the (Jasmo
on Monday night might more
properly 1 avo beon called a
Hindi family tarty, and was
only a fuint rtmiuibcence of the
lastetnson. Even tho-usual engage
ment w hich the Newport scajon ucn-
er.illy produces or brirgs to fruition
have not como t j time this year, and
the season there liss baen a failure
even matrimonially speaking. Of
course the prevailing topic ot conver
sation aud excitement has been the
eerving of divorce papers on Mr.Fied
eric Neilson by his wife's lawyers.
Tills aition on Mis. Ncilson's part
produced some surpr so, , although
society generally had accepted the fact
ol their separation, it, bad hardly ex
pected that application for divorce
would follow. 'I ho acceptance by tho
New York Yacht Club ol the New-porters'
invitation for a race theio later on
this month has set the town wild
with joy. It will bring back to the
place, for a day cr two at least, many
who have deserted it, and will give
the resort a sort of brief Indian sum
mer season, as it were. The cup of
fered is to be a vory handsome one,
slid the entry ot the Puritan, May
Uower and Galatea will ot itself mae
the contest a noteworthy event. The
autumn residents, nuanwhile, are
quietly enjoying thcmealves with ten
nis, sailiuir, picnics and clambakes,
aud the opportunities of the ple?.Miit
est time ot tho year there are being
made use of to their fullest extent.
THE UERMAX UAT1I,
Tii lniiy Lire r viniior nt llom
iMirit. Life nt a Gorman bnth begins enily;
at 0 o'clock a.m., or 7 o'clock a.m. at
Initial tti3 ,im i ie V .if tidal! Vi Dibt-AMi
waik'down to the Homburg wel s to
lane meir prescrioeu quantity ol
Tl, !. r., .1.:.. ..v
WHtor. uu nor-1 c iiieii 1 11 iuj rtlttl lli
i.ti vof1.iv w iti turn at i n i ort.l liuulv
The lojisr nllev leading from ttfo Knirjor
to the El znetli Spring io t'.ropRed
with people nf every nge nnd rlation
ality, all hlowly parad.ng up and down,
li'tenirg to tiie music ol an excellent
band, thus er.ortenirg the intervals
necessary between the single doses ot
wnter. At 9 cj'cloi k the environs of
ths i prints are nearly empty ; every
ma liaa Kurriiiil 1 mil.) (nr Iim.I Iji.1
After a paiuo of il(asant resr the re-
inainaer oi wie lorenoon is Keuer
ally einpUyed in the use ct the
baths, wi.irih ar'crowded, sud often
owr crowd.iJ, iu ai.() j,om n 0 j
n'..!nrib nt. i.iVi liton lllneti ai.ttin
enip ies the fl.. ets aud calls visitors to
tue tnmtent'.oieis nnu rosiau-ants.
The afternoon is employed indifferent
wS i-cglish viflitor nock in large
numbers to the lawn tennis around,
one of the finest in Germany, splen
didly situated in the middle of the
pak, and carefully kept in order by
the adminiatration. Others prefertx
enrrions to the mountains, where
there is mnch ta i merest and amuse,
and no one will omit a visit to the
ruins of the Saalburg, an smiei t
Kooian "canollum " S tween 4 and
5 o'clock the niighborhood of the
springs (gain grows lively; many pa-'
tien's now take their afternoon dose of
water, and now, just as t e Elizabeth
we'l was the moet fr ti'ientcd in the
early mcrnirg, thn greater number cf
vititjrs ar) - githeicd abound
the Ludwigtbrun'.en, or the
iron waters, , the Lnisen
and S hhlbrunnen. After din
ner, which lakes plca generally at 0
or 6:30 o'clock, the Ktirsaal forms the
cenler of attraction. It is a splendid
building, the sntvival of days when
the demon of play held biith revels in
i'Bgildod chambers, all of which are
spacious, the dining room especially,
which is remarkable not only by iu
tiz, but for the artistic and twtetul
decoration. Music enlivens tho scene;
there are constant performances by
military bands in the Knrcaal Gar
dens, or if the wea'ber ia unpropi
tions, in the concert roomr. Bal a and
dancts are of frtqnent occurrence, an
op?ra company gives a special per
formance in the tueater, aud all bnt
the complaining chronic invalid may
be 8B joyous as they plesse. Only the
hours are early j at 11 o'clock or soon
afterward, certainly before midnight,
all Homburg bos retired to rest. TJie
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I.IKRIW TO.'S ennln Kjrrnp ol
NnreHpnrllln is guaranteed as the best
Bnrsaparllla in the market.
JH. If. Ie.. BH lll'KRtT HTRrFT
Mntttol til dtar(t wliu-li Kiiiici luatikina untitrigin
nlly cU!ietl It)' ti tliionltrtMlcoi)iiiUoiiiiI tile LI V ELK
Jf or all tHni"UliitHof thin kmii, fiticli n Turimiity vi
tha hivur, ltiliiui4iiofW, Nurvuun Ihkibiis ludiifu
tion, Irrt'fftilttrity uf tho liaweln, CitUHt ipatioii. Flatu
Ibmojt, KrucLatioiui aiiti bum tug nf the Kfomnuh
(Humftinu'U uulltul HuurLhum), Mitu-m. Mulnria,
ltl(H(iy Klux. ('lulu And b'vr, lirmtKljone Ftvr,
Kxhaufttion be turn or attw fuvem, Ctirimie linr
rli(a, Lohs of A pistil. Llel-bH, Foul Brcntb,
down t'.HiiK. ltAukach0. Jko.. Ac. STADICER'b
ik api 1 1 1 ib invaiuoi) . w nui ihu
all ilw-'ftMis. hut will CURE alUjlBAases of
LIVER, STOMACH anil BOWELS. It
chaiiKt'H tbu uoiiiiiTttxion from a waxj. ytHuw tin.
tu a ruddy, lioalihy color. It en tiwly removes l.w,
ttl'Miiuy itpiriut. It is one of lb l" Alteratim
umt fttri-irrt of tSf IUMtd, eufi a valuable fomV,
Fur sale liy all Uruirgiate. Prioe SI. 00 par bottle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 60. FRONT 8T., Phllndelphla, Pa.
DR. 0. McLANE'S
BE BUKK YOU GKT TI1K OENUISB, Tki
Couoterfeilsjire maie in bt. Loum, Mo.
Gires Ite'ief at
one and Cures
Not Liquid, SnuP
or Iowder, Free
from I n j r 1 o u
Drugs and UOen
A particle is applied Into each nostril and
it aureeable. Price f0 cenM nt UrucgUtsi
By mail, reiitstored, Meenl. Olrculnrs IVoe.
KLY BHQgwltrutiiiBis, Qwego. N. Y. .
fiJKALTIIIS WlJll.ril.-Dl. E. 0.
Vt Nrv ano Paim luiiTMa-iT.
asuaranteed sveciflo for Kretarta, Biiii-
n.... 1.' I?!.. V.. V.n.u'.
UWl-O, VlUIUISnU,R, Illfl, W " ' VMi
Eia, lleadacho, NerC" Prostration, cnusml
fntnem, Mental Depressing, Bottning of the
Drain, resulting in insm.ity and leaning ti
misnrT. iIaaav ftn.l .l,HLtht Premature tud
Age, Barreaness, Los of Power tn either
"; Involunlary Lrsos ad BpernmU.r
rhea. chuik. I by oTereaertlon oi the hmin,
sell-abuse &rov.nndiiiienoe. Uacd boioon
taitts linri in.itl-. jvoMtiuent. fll a boy. n
six boxra for S'. f cji or mail prepu.' . on
rsretpt of price. Wo ifuarn.ntce bix itoxes
to cure any ease. With each ordor re cived
by us for six boxos, acej'mi'anied Wi0 II,
we will send the purchasnr our written
vuaruntne tn rnfunrf tl, money If t'ie treat
ment doe oot mect a nre. Miierantees
Issued onlrb a. hXNKEKI StK'i).. Drug,
giits. Meiiiphis. Tonn.
MANTFh A(JKNT8.Me and Wnroell
WAn I C.U to seii ;,inu C1U1.0'
III LR " lntro.lui,n h Ke-. J 11. Vil
cent, D.D. One agent haa sold 6 in a tow:
of H74 iople; one 7;t in atllaee, of 71.4 o
new agent Ht) in 10 days l one W two saciwi
Ire weeks: one 4(1 In A iUys at two ditleret
tiruej.Bxperienee nctnecaary. Aidreti
tu Deuboin Itraev. Chicago
AURMf 1 1
SEPTEMBER 216, 188(5
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AH D DEALERS IS .
Doors, 8sli, Bllndg, Dressed Floorlriff, CeUlnsr, Wettbor-Boardlnr.
Cypress bhlnxles, .atlis, Etc, .
CT0w 'aeimies ara unsurpassed b any sawmill in the 8ontli for HlincorderiDromDll.
looring. Celling, Biding, Btep Lumler and Cypress Bhlnglea i JiEaial
xabar Of all dimeasions. We make the Wholesale Bnsin... i ..irnS!5S
GEO. I5AYMIIil.EK, AGENT,
Ego. 134 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennessee
SLED6E BKOS.,of Com9, Mill. F. M. NOHFLEET, Resident Tartser.
Kos. 358 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
E, i .AFPERSON 6T
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton FacSors,
384 FRONT STRETJT. MEMPHIS TEMTTJ.
KELLY, ROPER & EIILLY,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
Jfo. 3a Jttln Street, Gayow Hlook.
W. A. SMITH, Proprlelor. 1 IfmiTT YTIT
JJIjDREW STEWA.BT, New Orleana,
HO. 850 AND 85S FRONT STREET, KEMPniB, TSWXn
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND
COTTOX FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TVo. US I Front Street-
Ho. 30G Front street : Memphis, Tesrsv
JN0.S.T00F. E. L. McGOWAN. '
T oof, 1
Aud Dealers In Levee
No. 874 Front Street
M. JONES, President. I. F. PETERS, ViM-PreiidMt.
VT. D. f. BAWRIB, Beoretary and Treasurer.
(Hnrereeore lo Pelcsja'A Sitwrlr,)
MANCFAC11KEUS OF TUE "XAGXOLIa BBANDw
3(1 3S aud 40
N- M. JONH"'. JNO. K. SPBRr. I. f. PKTRRS, OKO. AKPIlW. T). T. PATTF7R.
Cotton Factors, WMesale Grocery
JSo. 11 Union Street, t s IfXempIU, Tewn.
L. U. MVLLIN8, ot lata J. R. Godwin A Co. JAB. VONGI, lata of J. W. Caldwell A Oe
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Fac torsfii Com mission LI erchants
No. 1 II o ward's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis. .
W. A. Suilth'M J'at. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Jlnllor liins,
Plain 10 Inch Gin, and
SOFTHER7T STANDARD PRESS.
Price at Factory, SlOOand SMO,
iLLlSOX E1D COT J ON I'LEASEKS
avAH kinds of Gins Bepaired. Bpeoial
Discount to the Trade. "
Ifl nnrt 893 Front S , M milila, TiB
AHDKEW D. GWHTNit. Man rail
r. ITnlou. If emoTiK Tenn.
J..S. McTIQHE. W. G. PATTESON.
and Cotton Factor:
and Itallroad Snpplies,
- Mem phis. Tennessee.
& SAWME CO,
Tboraton I So
n i .fan
2 U (1 2 H H I
283 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT. 6.1886.
For Board, Tuition, etc., fee catalogue, or
'''"'ShOTHKR MAURELTAy. President. m
Clara Conway Institute.
. , WILL KfiurEK
Monday. October 4, 1886.
Eurolliuem Lt Term, 822.
A SCHOOL for toe development of Tiior
ous. thouiiiui, noble womanhood.
This result is reached by breadth and
thoroughness of instruction nnd the awaken
in B of patient, earnest endeaTor. A new
and commodious hoarding department h
just beon completed. ...
The department of dres making and mil
linery is added for the ret tliue.
in the absence of the Prinoipal. who is in
Europe frr the summer, catulogaes will be)
furni'hed on application to Sirs. K. P. Mor
ton, 2) Admits street, or they will be iound
at any of the city hooK store.
rs. Bowies' School
Oppns Sept. 14, at 155 Adams St.
SPECIAL advantages for young ladles In
English 'ourse, Latin', German, i'tench,
Musio and Elocution.
Thorouifh instruction br modern methodi
is offered to boys and girls from primary
classes through grsmmar course.
TJIE STATE FEMALE COLLEGE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, U. Located io
a heulthful and delightful suburb, ac
cessible by oar lines to aud from all parts of
city. Instruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educational metliuue.
Superior nnd trained specialists in the va
ries Departments ot Music, Art. Elocution,
Modern Lannuages, Science, Classics and
For further pnrticu'ars apply ts
M1SSMOLL1E K. JIA1USH ALL, Prln.,
The Higbee School
FOR IHE HIOIIEB, '
Education of Ycung Ladies
Bcale, Lauderdale nd Jessamine tti.,
Iocorporntf cl with Collcglnle Prlv
AN INSriTHTToN OF HIGH REPl'TB
AND KNOWN EXCELLEKCE.
Fall Term Opeug Mouday, Kept. 20.
S-Tnorongh Eniilish and Classical Course
Modern Languages by Foreign Teachers.
Book-keeping, buort-hand and Type
Schools of Art. Music and Elocution noted
for exception il advantages.
Special students received in every depart
ment. A new and elegant building will be erf cted
during the summer and tall, wherein will bs
furnished a auacious study hall, large pri
mary school-rooms, class-rooms, laboratory
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant mansion used for boarding
pupils and the wooded pleasure grounds,
will form ono ot the most complete tchool
foundations in the South.
Cataloeuos ready August 4th.
For information address
MISS JENNY M.11IUBEE, Principal,
Men. phis, Tenn.
SCHOOL OF ART
TUE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMPHIS, .... TEX3T.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving;
taught by the methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati School of Design. First success
fully introduced here by Miss Carrie Des
londe Dobyns, Principal School of Art, ths
Srud for Hpirlal a'lrenlar for Art
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the first of September. Voice Training
and Vocalization a specialti .
Apply at K. Witzmunn k Co.'s, Second
street, or 0. K. Honck, Main street.
Kirs. Wade's School
For Tonntr I.iil mid Children,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eloventh Annunl Session will begin Mon
day, wpitm -r an. issn.
Miss S. F. May's Art Studio.
JtEOPEXS OCT. 4, 1G.
"PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
first class art school they may dosire to enter.
Address No. ti7 Wmllaois rtrfft.
School of Languages
FRENCH. GERMAN, ITALIAN, SPAN
ISH. Instruction in class or privats
bylossons. For term', address
LH'iN LAN DijliKKO, Onyoso Hotel.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Hoys and Uirls. English Course, Latin,
llreck. Musio and Art thoroughly taught;
1I. . : an Ttna tittnA Afttla:.
For catalogues address the Principal,
n. r . r. " , romervnie. icon.
WITH experienced assistants in all de
partments, will begin its sixth' year
On September 13, 1SS0,
at No. 171 Hernando street, formerly Graca
Church. Boys prerred for either Business
or College. Discipline firm and strict; in
struction thorough and modern in methods.
Modorn Languages a special feature.
For terms, etc, address or eall on
W'UARTON B. JONES,
13fi Hernando street, Memphis, Tenn.
J AHr.HBILT UMIVKKNirY,
nahTlll, Tenn. Thorough instruction
in distinct courses of Civil, Mechanical nnd
Minini Engineering '(Annual Tuition 5),
and in Manual Technology (Iree). Full
Faculty. Extensive equipments and facili
ties in draughtin-rooms,l aboratories, shops
and, field practice. Kn trance Extminationi.
6ei)t.H. 15andlfi. F'oneirculars address
1 ' WIL3 WILLIAMS, Bukbae.
Tulane lnirersity of Louisiana.
IFormerly, 1847-1SM, the University of
ITS advantages for praotical instruction in
diseaseiol the Southwost are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superabundant materi
als from the great Chanty Hospital with it
700 beds, and 20.W0 patients annually. Stu
dents have no hosn tal-fces to pay and spe
cial instruction is daily given at the bedsjda
olthesiok.as in no other institution, lot
oatalngi or infermntinn, address
Prof. S. E. CI1A1LLK, M. D., Dean,
P. 0. Drawer ail. New Orleans, La.
PETERSBURG, VA. The Twcnty-socond
Annual Session of this Miool lor Boya
begitw the fust Monday in October. Thor
ough prepsrations for University of ir
linia. lending Engineering Schools and
tnited Slate. Military andaval Acade
mies; highly recommended by I
lIniveriityotMrginii lull slii ff of instr ict
ots; situation healthful. Early apidioation
advised, as number of boarders u Etnotl
limited. Fcr catal"gve address
w! , MQRDON MuCABK. Head Master.
KOTIiE DAMKot MAIIYLAMT,
ColUiglale Institute for TonK J-"'"' -
Preparatory School f;r i-iltl" f J
11LA. P. 0.. three miles from Baliliiiorei,
Mil. Conducted by the Sisters of Notr,
Dame. Send for catalogue. '
Georoetown College,. D. u.
" lonrdnl 17i.
THE ArAIMI" AM M n:Tirio
St'ilOI.H open Sopteraber 9, W86. Apply
n President of the Col!ee.
TIIE M-IIOOi. OF M.IIIKr. opens
Sent 2i). I'- Apply to Prof. J. W. 11.
Lpveior. M--'c 1210 N- W-
THkV'hoUL iF LAW opens on tha
First Wednesday in October. Apply to,
1.1ml M. Veatman. See y, corner tth and
I streets, N. W., Washington. D, C.
JAMES A. i)00NAN, S. J., Prel't.