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WEALTH AM BEAUTY.
BECENT L5I0X OF GEORGE
liGCLD A3D MISS KIXHDON.
The Gossips of New York Boxy tag
Thfiuselres With the Inter
Commenting upon the marrlaae of
Jay Gould's bod, of which the Appeal
of yesterday contained an account, tha
Chicago Aewt nay : The marriage of
George uould, the son and heir of Jay
Gould, now, perbape, the wealthiest
man in Amenca.and Mm Kdith King'
matte company, is, financially, dramat
ically and socially, an interetting
event. Unions of wealth and bvauty
re always interacting in a degree, but
lor several reasons this is exceptional
ly S3. Since the divicion of the wealtti
of the late Mr. W. H. Vanderbilt, the
money bags of the gnnlleman who
play toe role ol ' tbe old man" in this
love drama have been rather bigeer
than anyone else's. At tbe son and
heir of this magnate of money, Mr,
ueorge uould, u lor no oiber reason
wouia be a rather cocspicuous
figure. But, as a matter of fact,
be is a bright, active young
man, possessed in a large degree of
bis fatber i almi'ies, and bas already
made himself well known In the
financial world. Misi Kingdon is
?uite a famou) stage beauty, and is
amiliai to tbe theater goers of tbe
past tbree years, blie brs bren teeo
in this city with the Boston Museum
Company, and later with Daly'r. To
marry into a family so particularly
'"wen nxea ' is no tmau distinction,
and the sudden tianafer of a young
woman that bas been compelled to
work for a living fioan tbe glare of
the footlights and the fetid gloom of
those myeterious depths known only
it the ganeial public as "behind tbe
sconen" tl the wealthiest home in
America is somewhat (tartling, end
invests the marriage with a p quant
flavor cf romance aud novelty. The
gotsips iu New Yotk had busied them
selves wttu tnese names ever since
Miss Kingdon first made her
appearance in that city. These that
Jiretended to know anything about
t asserted that it was a torious
caio of love at first sight, and hinted
at an early wedding. They weie not
credited. Young Uould was a gilded
youtn oi me metropjns with a strong
penchant for the preen room ana
pretty actrcsns. lie was as well
known in the New York theaters as
the Prince of Wales is known In the
theaters of London, lie had been
known (ogiveconsiderthle of his time
li pretly actresses before, and his new
attachment was not regarded as more
lasting than the others. When he
followed the handsome actress to
England, however, the rumors of a
contemplat'd marriage received some
credence. The details of the alliance
appear to have been perfected during
his visit with her in London, for the
wedding took place at the Uould man
sion on the Hudson the day following
her arrival in this country.
It is not often that attachments of
the couIum result in this happy way.
Young men of QoulJ's commanding
wealtti and position do not usually
seek marriages with women of tbe
stage. Rich men have sometimes
married pretty ictreaeoa, it is true, and
it murt bs said that in most cases snob
unions have not bsen fortunate. But
precedents need not be considered as
ominous, perhaps, in tins case. Mr.
Uould is a sensible young man, as his
modfut and nnndUntUious wedding
goes to prove, and his bride may well
forget the fascinations cf the stags, if
she has ever felt them, in accepting a
position of wealth and soc'al splendor
that must make her the object of
pretty general envy.
OFF FOlt ENGLAND.
Bra. Paracll, In Uotd Health and
Spirit, HalU In Ilia Celllo.
Ntw Yoiti-, September 17. Mn.
Delia Farnoll, who leturnod from Chi
cago on Friday Inst, t.ok paitngo for
Qaeenstown in the steamer Celtic yes
terday, Vry few knew of her return
to New Yoik, and only her nnet inti
mate friends wne on the dock to bid
her "Uod Bpeed." The ol J lady, who
will be 72 ytars ot ag on the 17th of
Tebrusrv next, showed sc.ivoly a
trace of her sovere Ulnois of hint win
ter. .She has almo-t tntirely recovered
from the rheumatism. (She expressed
great satisfnciion at the manner in
which the Chicago Convention was
conducted, and so far from showing
disappointment in the failure li ob
tain home rule, she was firm la the
belief '.hat the tune of it attainment
is not far distant. She has lecovered
much of the old enemy that bai al
ways marked her life, and as she
waved bur handkerchief in token at
farewell to those on the pier she
looked as tbougu there word ttill
many yeais of life before her.
VrttbaFoudaeea for Other People
Jacksonviixi, Fl., September 17.
Carl von Wehir, profemor of music,
of this city, was arrested yeeterday,
charged wilh laiceny in stealing a
large diamond ring, a sum of money
and surgical instruments to the value
oif500. lie came here a year ago.
He claimed to have been a professor
in the Cincinnati Academy of Mnslo
and a member o( tbe Theodore Thom
as Orchestra in New York. He a'so
said he had a vineyard in California
and was an Austrian count living in
cog. Von Weller was received in tbe
best circles and took a leading rank as
mueical director in tbe Congegntion
al Cburch choir, alai in the l'hilhar
ruonio Sccie'y. The property men
tioned was found in his room at the
hotel packed up. lie owed a board
bill at the hotel, and it is found that
of late he had been eating at a restau
rant and elerp'ng in the church of
which be had been choir m't?r, en
tering by means of a key he had le-
tained when bis term as choir master
expired. It was found through the
Aus'rian Minister at Washington that
there is no family of the name c'aimed
in tbe Austrian nobility.
CELEB KATION AT UAItTFOKU
In Honor of Ibe Maldlera and Bailors
of the War Dedication.
Harikobd, Conn., September 17.
The Memor al Arch, erected by the
town of Hartford in honor of the lol-
diers and sailors pf tbe war, was dedi
cated today. A general holiday had
been declared and the banks and man
ufactories were clcsed and the atreMs
were crowded with clt'ztnsand visitors
from out ot town. Many buildings
were gai y docoraud with fligs, burn
ing, etc. Many of tbe Grand Arn y
Corps ate pteeent, and also the Provi
dn.o United Train of Aitideiy. the
Tibbett Veteran Corps and the Thir
teenth Sfperate Company, cf Troy, X.
Y'., to part'e'pate in tbe street parade.
The Memorial Arch was detigntd by
George Keller and stands on Ford
street, forming l the north entrance to
nusnneu rark, it Is ol ronga brown
stone, supported by two tweis that
rie over a hundred feet. It bears a
large terra cntta frieze, svmboiital of
the scenes of tbe war. Busbnell Park
is covered with tents, where prepare
tions have been msde to feed liom ten
to fifteen thouesnd persona.
Shortly alter 1 o'clock Co!. Gsorgs
l. lessen, on behalf of tbe Buiming
Commission, presented the monument
to the town. Uen. Joseph K. Ha ley
aocepted the monument for the town,
and delivered the addreps of tbe occa
sion. A dedication tong by the Kev,
K. P. Parker was aung. Tbe literary
exercises will be followed by a parade
under Co). Jacob L. Greene as chief
marshal, which will be participated in
by thousands of veterans, v siting
military corn?, the Governor's Foot
Uuard and other orgHmzitnns.
SWALLOWS WHOLE COW'S.
Tbe Bo, Naaka Henuderlaa; In
A special ftom Clinton. Maes., says:
The interest in the sea seipsnt in this
vicinity has suddenly been ex in
guiahed by tbo appearance in the im
mediate neighborhood of an enormous
land snake, which Is playing hav c
with live stock. The most extrava
gant storiei have been told within the
past few days of the srpeut s site
The length given varies from twenty
five ti forty-live faet and itscircumfer
ence from that of a two gallon jog up
to the size of s barrel. 1 1 is believed to
be the same reptile that escaped from
a traveling menagerie some four years
a io and was never beard of aiterward.
The lost serpent Wisamagnilicenthoi,
some twenty-nve feet long. The
serpent mat is now caus
ing excitement has been seen
by several peon e, and hightly
sheep aud calves disappear, it is b re
lieved tbncgb the iuHtrumen'alitr of
tbe monster. Bands' of hunters have
started out from Clinton, Charleston,
South Bridge and Dudley to kill Ibe
serpant, but tbey are bidly frightened
at (he prospect of meeting it. Tbe
serpent haunts the loca'ily knbwn as
the Dismal 8wampn,to the northtiutof
South Bridgo, wnich is impassable.
The loss to stock is considerable. The
towns are to bo'd meetings to device
tome means of ridding the country of
the dreadful visitor.
Young Ulrla Who Htole Good Be
came It Will Easy.
Chicago Timet: "It was so eauy,"
said Mary Ktta E aright, a 15 year old
f;irl, yesterday, when asked why rbe
tad stolen goods from the Boston
store. She aud a younger girl named
Annie Korter, were observed in the
store acting very suspiciously, sad a
watch was set on them. The Knrlght
girl carried a market basket having a
cover to it, and at every favorable
opportunity she or her companion
would slip in a piece of Bilk, a
roll of ribbon or other article
dear to tbe feminine heart. The
brnket was almost full when Officers
Baer snd Dolly arrested tbe
youthful shop'ifters, and about $30
worth of dry goods was found in it.
The girls conlarsed that they had been
working the store for about a month,
and told the otlloers of a room on the
South Side whore they bad stolen
property concealed, Up in going there
about $100 worth of silks and other
articles were found. The Gnright girl
also informed the oflicers that she had
secured a watch from some jewelry
store during her pilfering trips, which
she bad preHonted to a young man of
DAMAGE SUITS .
To Be filed by Hnlahta or Labor at
St. Lodis. Mo . Hentnmlier 17 The
attorney for P. J. Nolan, Frank
xourg, u.ctr iiarrom and Frederick
llnndlionon. Knlulitunf l.ahnr ropnntlv
acquitted of the charge of conspiracy
I itl W i
agmuBi me Missouri l aciuo nauway
Company during tbe strike lest spring
nnnn Hint nvntam. i ahnnf in li'arlam.
age suits avgreiiating ia all $50,000,
ayaiuBi uiu cupipany ior ina'luiOUB
Moxlc! What I II?
A 1inmlarfl llmnta naroa f iriil Hin
will supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a drop of med
icine, stiinnUnt cr a'cohol, aud is the
nulv thinir linnvn tlmf tvlll rannvuv
braia and nt rvous exhaustion, kill tbe
thirst lor alcohol druikc, opium, o'c ;
oivea a Vlnornna nnnptiln. iirrpBliim
sleep, nnd is invulunulo to the brain
worker 'and thiiRO siidrlnj in inv
form irom nervouenets, as it recovers
everything caiieod by overtaking the
nervous syaipin. juoxie XNerve rooa
Is a delicious lim-n'tum. anil la fnr aula
by leading druggist.
A Twilight Scene.
"Dan'l." said the Preddont. toving
with the wing of a sparrow lis had
just shot, "wbat's that cloud in the
" Tie but s fog bank, sire."
"But, Dan'l, 1 hear thunder "
"That. sire, ia but the sound of labor
in the Vermont quarries."
"Dan'l. it's further off than tha.
Can it be in Maine ?"
"Sire. I can conceal the fact no
longer; Brother Ked has sat down on
"Dan'l, hand me that cun ol tea."
In Ibe Bear Old Days.
We differ tn pram! mnA nnUtina hnf
we are a unit all Ilia ouma nn thn An.
airablenesa of a fine head of hair. If
yon mourn the loss of this blessing
anu ornament, a Dottle or two ot
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did in the dear old days.
T t la vnrlk 4vvln T Vi . nnU at n imI
- r iuo will Bwuuniu
50 centa article for the hair.
Mlaa Jninux Wlya nt Bonenater.
London. September 17. This was
the fourth day of the Doncaster
September meeiin:?. The race for the
'ark Al ill stakrs. f r three vear old
fillies, was won by the Duke of Ham
ilton's Miss Jmnmy by a neck ; Prince
SoltikotV's Argo Navia second, and Sir
R. Jardine's Day Dream a bad third.
Time 3:21 1-5.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, witJi Hypo-
nhoatihitAfl. tn a mnat valimhla ramectv
for consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of ilesh, a lack of nerve
powor and a general debility of the
Vaually llnppeaa That Mlmj.
Mainejiasundoubtedly gone Bcpub
lican. Notliing eottrange and unex
pected has haxpenad lince Arkansas
went Democratic Chiitnjo .Xeitt.
'Oar Huh j "a rim Tear,"
bv Marion Harland, wi'h other valua
ble intorma'.ion; f rty-eilit page book.
Sent free on receipt" of 2 ceut stamp.
Address Reed A Curnrick, Mtrrantile
Exchange Building, Xew Y'ork Ci'y.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
CRIMES liVD CASUALTIES
IN VARIOUS PORTIONS OF TIIE
Destructive Fire at Philadelphia
Murder, Robbery, Arson
' and Suicide.
PniLADKLruiA, Pa .September 17.
A destructive fire t roke out shortly
before 2 o'c'ock this morning in t e
Cva story brick buildirg at No. i:l
Market street, cccuoitd py tbe whole
sale grocery firm cf Thompson, Frye
& Co. CoAtfs & Bros.' wool woe
room?, in the r ar of Thompton, Frye
& C, were greatly damaged by fi e
and wate'. About 2 o'clock, while a
number of firemen were plxying wnt?-r
on tbo dime! at this point, the waVs
and rool of the grocery waiebouss f d'l
witb a cresb, nearly burying the Bre
men in tbe ruins. At 2:25 o'clork the
fire was practically onder control. The
loss on Thomf s)n, Frye & Co. 'a build
ing and stock will be Iota'. The fire
is suppored to have been caused by tl e
txpksion of coal oil. Schopach's
aaloon, ot Church s'reet, was damaged
by the fall cf the rear wall of tbe
building. Jt is estimated now that
the total IO:B will amount t J $uu,UUU.
' Murder, Kbbery and Araon.
Vincbujihs, Ind., September 17
John Schryock, a wealthy ia-uier, liv
ing near Ointy, 111., was murdered last
night bv unkuown men, wbotecurtd
fllUOO bidden in the farmer's bouse.
After committing tbe double crime cf
murder and robbery tbey added
third to tbo litt by burning down the
threw lleraelf Over a Prerlplcr
Khik, Pa., September 17. Mrs.
MaiiHn Godfrey, wile cf Kutus God
frey, a wealthy farmer of Girard town
ship, left her husband's side Wednec
day night, and yetteiday morning was
found at the bottim of tie Nickel
Plata bridge, near by. The unfcrui
nate woman had thrown hereelf over
tbo precipice, a dietmte ot 150 feet,
ana was uasueu t) ueatb.
EuCi.airb, Wis., September 17.'
A farmer named Unsold, living s'x
miles fiom Chetek, cut his wife's
throat from ear to nxr this morning
and then hung bimself with a bed
cord. Domestic inf.-liclty was the
Oflicer Chubb, of Eau Claire. was fa
tally shot by a drunken man whom
he was trying to err: at 1 o'clock this
A Child's Suffering
From Ecaema-Vara nnd Ncalp Cov
ered With Seaba and Norea
Cured by Culcurn.
Mv little aon. aaad eieht vaars. haa been
afflicted with Goiatna of tha aoaln. and at
t'luoi a Kraut portion of the bod, ever ainoa
he wai twa yeara "Id. It begun in till eara,
and edendod to hli scalp, whlh became
oovered with oabi and lorei, and from whioh
a itlckr fluid pouted out, oau tint Intenaa
itohing nnd alitreia. and loavinc bil hair
matted and lifeleai. Undereeath tbeaeioabi
tha akin waa raw. like a pleoa ot baefaak.
tlradnallr tha hair came out and waa de-
atroyed, until but a aiuall patch waa left at
tha oacK ot me Deal, ray inenua in reabody
know how my little boy has auffored. At
ntxht ha would aoratoh hia head until hia
pillow wai covered with blood. 1 uaed to tie
hia handa behind him, and In manywaya
tried to prevent his eoratcnlne;; but It waa
no ure, he would aoratoh. 1 took him to tbe
hoaiiital and to tha bast phyaicians In Pea
body without aucceaa. About this time aoma
trienua, who Had been cured by then Ticua
ttkuiiuics, prevailed upon ma to try them . I
began to use them on tha 15th n( January
laat. In loven months every partiolo of the
diaeane waa romoved. Not a apot or aoab re
maina on bia scalp to tell theatoryot his
suffering. His hair has returned, and is
thick and strong, and bia acaln aa sweet and
oleanaaany child'a in tha world. I cannot
say enough to eipre's my gMtitude for this
wonderlul cure by Ihe 'UTioum Kkukdish.
and wiah all similarly afflicted to know that
my atatement is true and without exaggera
tion. CUAKLKh MnKAY,
October 6, 18W. 1'eabo jy, Mass.
I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly
afleottd with the Bi-iema. IIews a pitiful
sight tn look at. I know that ha bus tried
our beat phyalclnna, and did all a lather
could do tor a suffering child, but availod
nothing. I know that the atateinenta he has
made you aa rogardi the curing of his boy by
your tUTn uat Hkiik.s are true in every
particular. WlhLlAM J. McCAKTUV,
III Foster Street, Peauody, Mass.
Sold everywhere. Price: Citiccra, BOcj
CUTIOUHA blA P. i'lOl CtlTim'KA ltKSOLVKNT,
81. Prepitred hy the Potthk Dkuu and Chkii-
ioal Co., boaton, Mass.
Send tor ''How loorhkln Dltenaen "
piSfl'I.RS, llln-kheds, Skin Blomiahes
a llvt aDj ltuby Humors, use Cuticuka Hoap.
orlgiiml, lnfMliile. At liruirai'ta
IX Y'H f aa aa. MM n ffl
Olvea Re lef at
once and Cures
or Powder, rrei
T i ar
anu uuidiijlw . m rm a,
.iv. odor.. nii "rlVbtf
A h.,lAl. t. .K.A I... t -n.l-tl J
Is asreeable. Price 60 oents at DruggiaUt
aj uiBii. rvKivivrau, nroenia. virouiars iree.
VI. V liung n : r. xi v
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5JJ3 mS ? ST
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JOHN E. KAMlI.E & CO., Aecata
I MO rArCK;V N-Pai;rA.v.-r.
J i i i nl"it Am-n.-v ,if Vi-iura.
N. W.AVR bON.ovu-auuivrlnaimvi::..
UH'.NCIATIC. Sudden, Sharp
JiV Rt"' Nervous Paina abaolutsly an
fR I'hilated by the Ccticbka Anti-
V Pain Plastsh, a perfnni antidote
Jk to linin and in llammation. Now.
1 i'--o yi 7a
1 1 sr?4
Prof. Chs. Ludwfj Von Seeger
Profnuorof tf'iicie al Hit Royal Univernly;
Knigkttftk Jmuyni Aualrinn Order of the iron
Cnum f Kmtfht tMmmandrr of the Royv.1 AY-an-i-k
Order' 4 Jmbelta; Knight a tl" Koyal
Prwian Order of the ll d E'tale i Chrvalier
oUts tp ol Honor, tie., i.tc , says:
"Ltt:ilJQ CO.'H COCA 1IKKF TOSSC
should not be confounded with the horde
of trashy cure-alls. It ia in no aenae ot the
word patent remedy. I am thoroughly
convorBani wun Its mode Ol proparauon
and know it to benntnnlr a legitimate Khar
maceutical product, but alio worthy ot the
high eomnienUaiions it bas received in ail
pans ui me wnna it conuiini eBPoce ui
beef. Coot. Guinini. Tron and Caliaava.
which are diraolved in pure genuine Spun-
lan imperial urown nherry.
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, Ner
oua. Drai.flDtin. Ttilinn. Malarioua or at
Dieted with weak kidu7S. acwiira 1
Her Hejeaty'a I'avnrlla Coaraetle
Ud by Tier Royal Uiglineu the Princen Of
nnirv ,uu uif Iivnillty. T Ur IUV ETKiU, Win
Eleiioa, Eruptions, Chapping, Koughseaa
l.OO. Of drur.l.t.
sai aa mm si w V, r3J tutsnillartw rrj area F ua
NrMrltiH fg fuaranteed u tho bat
sV IX a sI- au m a
DrBis-pariM in me marKec.
N. V. Iepl, HH Ml KR4Y WTWFF.T
TOBOB'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVEE
. htt. a wn T.TMr.
s' "f a ffl Jr
diet the Gennlne Article. Thearewl
poiiularitv of "Wilbor'a Compound ot Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" bas induoed aoioe un
principled rersona to attempt to palm off a
aimpie articio or their own manufacture
L . . . . : . r u-
Dm nuf yerniin who IB nuuoriuR iiuiu vuuana.
Colds or ConauiiiptioD. ahould be careful
wnrre tney purchase tme article, ine re
aulta of Its use are (t hAHt recommendationa
and tha proprietor has ample evidence on
file of its s-reat aucenM in liulmonarr oom-
plaints. Tho PFojphnte of Lime posseaaea a
most marvelous healing power, aa oombinea
witb the pure Cod-Liver Oil bv Dr. Wilbor.
It is prescribed by the medical faaulty. Sold
ova. u. niLBoa, vheuiiat, uoaton, ana
Most ot tile diauAMM wUicll Anuet iiiuukiiiU aro oiiKm
all caused by atliitordorMdootulitioiuil' the LIVER,
lor U couil "lulnts of till" kliul. mich u Torpidity ol
the Livor, lilllouHnetHi, Norvoun DyaiHtpaia. lndigfta
tioB, lrmgulaiily of the BowbIk, Uonm ipation. t'latu
lenoy, UruoUtliuuA anil Imnuug of the hUitnach
(noini'tiluns oaIIciI llsrtlmrn), MlAAma, Alnlnrui,
lllomlj 1'lul, OUilla and Kntii, bionkljoue Fvor.
KtlmuHttoa Imfore or after ruvora, Ulironio Dinr
rhuia. Low uf Appetlls. UenUAtilie, Foul Breath,
Irregularities iimidtmUl to Kouia1. Boaring
down Pain. Backaobe, Ac, o. STADICCR'S
AURANTII is Invaluable, It la not a panacea
for all dinoav-a, but mil CURE allOlaenaei of
tho liver, stomach aud Bowels, it
ohaiigoa the cotupleaion trom a waiy, yelluw tinge,
to a ruddy, healtlur oolur. It entirely roinovea l-vr,
gloomy aplrlte. It la one oi the f' Aluratirti
unit rurifur of th UtottH, and U a 9iiluaitU touir.
For sale by all Druggist Price SI .00 per bottle.
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
A book of 100 pages.
'Ibe best book for
lult, be he eperi
F wa. I 'It aontuina liata ol
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every requir.-ment, or can be made to do so
he allffhtflhanffe eaailv arrived at bv corre
spondence. One hundred and Ifty-three
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to any address ior ten oeavs. Amity to UKO.
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For Dyapopals.all derangements
of the Dlgostiro Organ and the
J,lTer, Skin Dlaenaca, Cut, Burn,
Bcalda nnd Brulaoa. ACID IIION
EAKTI1 I a epeclfic.
Rheumatism, malarial DIor
der. Chronlo Dlarrhcns and ob
stinate easje of Dlood Poleonina;,
yield without fall to It wonder
lul ouratlre power.
Aek for free pamphlet, to b had
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from tho A. 1- - Co., mobile, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
At Wholeanlft bf Tan Vlert & Co.
Positive Cure for Piles.
For tale by all drunJeta,
Electric Belt Free
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for tbe next sixty dajrs ilse away, free
of eharare. In eaoh counir in tho V. 8. a lim
ited number of onr Mrmin Kleetro Wai
vnnla Hurneory 11I.. Price (5 a
noaitire and unfailin rare fnr Nervoui De
bility, Varicocele, Kinisicns, Imnotenoy,
etc. rvKI.K) lUwari raid if erery Belt
maauiactar dees act eranerat a vsnnlna
slectria carrent. A.ld-eei at met KLKO
IR1J UfcLT AGbNCY, P. 0. Box ITU.
Brcoklvn. N . TT
FCliE v.v NOT AS
pi ti. :' iii hN V''i'V imiii i I' pniinrii
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SEPTEMBER IS. 1886.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. T, lIVriVI'Egg c&j C4T-
Brinkley, Ark SlanniHctarera f
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AUD DCALERS IX
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dresaed Floorlmr, Celllnir, WeatherBotrdlBri
tZSHItnllu!l, Ki"B,K,"",d b7 ,nr i'T,"1 ,n 'h?.8nth for ftlicg orders promptlw,
Fliwring.Ceiling.Siding, Step Lumber and Cvpreea tihinglea a special tj; also.i"rafi IsTs
Lumber of all dimensions. We make the Wholesale Buaineisaapeciai featrlre. 0'
GEO. BAYMIIsJLEK, AGENT,
g. 124 Jefferton Street Mecuhtg, Tennesi
SLEDGE BBOS., of Como, Miss.
Hot. 386 and 358 Front
E. 1, APP
384 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TEVW
KELLY, EOPEE & BEILLY,
r ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 303 Main Street. OaysMe Block.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
ANDREW 8TEWAET, New Orleant.
RO. S56 AND 85 FBONT STEEET, MEXFIOa. TENJXm
STEWART BROTHERS k COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WFW OKlMBATgN. T,OTTTHI7ff4l
flllBlllW I Basal lias
COTTOX FACTORS & COMMISSION MERC HANI S,
V.S?:H Front Mri'Ot . C!or.
mer.f bornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. SOG Front street, t MeiuphlN, TasitT-,
JNO. S. TOOF. E. L. McGOWAN. J. S. McTIQHE. W. Q. PATTKSON.
foot Iciowan & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Antl Dealers In I-CTee and Ballroatl Supplies,
No. S74 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CI
M. JOKES, Praaldent. I. F. PETE11S, Vioa-Praaldaat.
W. D. I. eJAWRrS, Beoretary and Treasurer.
(Mnreesaor lo Peter' Sawrle,)
MASJUFACTUKEKS OF THE MAGNOLIA BRAND
30 3S and 40
K. V. JOV1S. JNO. K. RPBKD, I. F. PETERS. flKO. ARNOLD, W. P. T. BAffRTB.
UUUUkl A aUlUAai,
Ho. 11 Union Ktreet.
Ii. V. MULL1N8, ot late J. R. Godwin A Co. J AS. YONOE, late of J. W. Caldwell A W
MULLIWS Ss YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchant j
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
ISR YARD !
Street Memphlaj Tenn.
& Cotton Factors,
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. Smith's Pat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Huller Gins.
Flala 10 Inch Gin, and
ajOtJTHERN 8TAHDARD PKE8S.
Price at factory, (tlOO and olio.
ALLISON rEKD COTTON CLEANERS
ST All kinds of uins Repaired. Special
Discount to tbe lrade.n
891 stud 893 Front t., Sfemphl, Tens
ANUESW D. QWYKKB; UeiryU
I, UTIIE i CO.,
R, 1 1 1 EV1 LTI
Fnlon. Mnilils, Toiih.
aa n PTO, n n 17 C73 9 H T srX
2S3 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS..
MONDAY, SEPT. 6,1886.
For Board, Tuition, etc., sea catalogue, cr
VP'hOTHER MATJRELTAN. Prealdent.
Clira Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 18S6.
Enrollment Lt lerm, 822.
ASCUOOL for ibe uevelopment of vitor
oua, thouithlui, nubia womanhood.
This reault is cached by breadth and
thoroughness of instruction and ihe awaken
inr of nstient, earnest endeavor. A new
and commodious boarding department h
juat been vouipiotou.
The department of dreas making and mil
linery ia added tor tbe brst time.
In the abaence of the Principal, who ia in
Europe fir the summer, eatnloxues will be
fumi-hed on application to Mrs. E. P. Mor
ton, 223 Aduma atreet, or they will be iound
at any of the city book atore.
rs. Bowies' School
Opens Sept. H, at 155 Adams St.
RP,?CI,A advanUges for younu ladies in
P i-nghth l ourse, Latin, German, f ranch,
Mnsio and Elocution.
w..Wun moaern meiroas .
Is offered to boys and girls trom primary
vnpnup iu,. u, u .ramiuar courae.
THE STATE FE.HA1.K Mi.i.vav.
eesaible by car jinea to and Irom all parta of
uiij. luDu uunuu luuruugu, ana according
to the moat approved educational methods.
Superior and trained specialists in tbo t se
rious Departments ot Music. Art. Elorutirn.
Modern Lansuagea, Science, Claaaics aLd
or turtcer particu'Rra apply te
MISS MOLLIS Jt. MAHSI14I.L, Prn.,
The Higbee Schocl
FOR THE niOUER
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, Lauderdale and Jeeramine ttj.,
Incorporated trltli ulleglate Prlv-
AN INSriTIfTIoN OP HIGH REPUTE
Fall Term Opeus Montlar, Sept 20,
jtsTThoroneh English and Claasical Conree.
rnoaern Lianguages ny roreign teachers.
Book-keeoin. Kbnrt.hami anrl Ttj re
Schoola of Art, Muaio and Elocution noted
lor exceptional advantages.
Special atudents received in every depart
A new anrl eleffant tinllrtinv will h tct--1
during the aummer and tall, wherein will be
lurmened a spacious itudy hall, large pri
mary aohool-rooma. claaa-roonia. lRhnrwtiirv.
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant mamion used lor boarding
pnpila and the wooded pleaaare grounder,
will form one nt the moat comnl.te Ar-tinnf
foundations in the South.
Uataloauea ready August 4th.
Fnr information addreas A.
MISS JENNY M. HIUBRE, Principal,
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMPHIS, - . . TEXX.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
taught bv tbe methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati School of Design, t'irat aucceas-
iuny lntroaucea nore ny ansa Lame Uet
Innde Dobvna. Princinal School of Art. tha
Bend fur Sperlttl C'lrciilar for Art
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the first of September. Voice Training
and Vooalitation a specialty .
Apply at B. Witsmann Co.'s, Second
street, or 0. K. Houck. Main itreet.
Mrs. Wade's School
For Yonng Ladle and Children,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annual Session will begin Men.
lny. Wopleiiirnr ao. ISStt. .
fdiss S. F. May's Art Studio.
HEOPEXS OCT. 4, 18S6.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art 6tudents'
League," of New York, or any other
first clasa art school they may desire to enter.
Addreaa Ko. 07 Mnlion ft reef.
WITH experienced saiistnntiin all de
partments, will begin its aixth year
On September 13. 1880.
t No. 174 KernAndo atreet. forinertv Grace
Church. Boy prepared for either Buaineaa
or College. JUiacipline linn and strict; in
atrnction thorough and modern in methods.
Modern Languages aspeoial leature.
x ' Or terms, etc , addreaa or call on
WUAHTON 8. JONES,
136 Hernando atreet. Mempbia, Tenn.
l-HaWISBVariMei K PART KENT,
-Atia VAniaMtHILT UNIVCHrjirT.
MHhTllle, Tenn. Thorough instruction
In distinct ecuraea of Civil. Mechanical and
Mining Engineering (Annual Tuition
and in Manual Teohnology'lFree). Full
Faculty. Kxtenaive equipments and facili
ties in dranghting-rooms.l aboratories, ehop
and field practice. Kntranoe Examinationa
Sept.lt, 16 and 16. For circulars addreaa
Tulane University of Louisiana.
(Formerly, 1847-1884, the Univeraity of
ITS advantages for practical inatrnction In
diaoases ot the Southweat are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superabundant materi
al. finm th. irrMAt Ch.rltv lloaoital with itS
7U0 beda, and 20.0U0 patients annually. Stu
dents have no hosp tai-iees 10 pay ana spe
cial inetruction is daily given at the bedside
ol tbe sick, as in no other institution. For
catalogue or information, address
1 1 r a v nil a TT 1 L M ft Tl--
Jr roi. o. A. uaiijucii .u. v., vmui
P. 0. Drswen2tl. New Orleans. La.
PETEH8BUKG, VA. Th Twenty-second.
Annual Seaaion of thia 8chool for Tleve
begins the firat Monday in October. Thor-
ugh preparation lor univeraity oi vir
inia. leading Engineering Schoola and
11 nil. (I Stataa Military and Naval Acade
mies; highly recommended by Faculty of
Univeraity ot Virginia; lull stun" of inatrnot-
rs; situation healtntsi. barly application
dvised. aa number of boardora ia atriotl'
limited. For catalogue sddrefts
W. U0H11ON Wot'ABK. Head Maater.
MJTBB SAME ot MARYLAND.
Collegiate Institute for Tonne; Lndle and
Preparatory School for a.tll Ulrla, EM
ItLA, P. 0., three milea from Bulilmore,
Mil. Conducted by the Siatera of Notre
Dame. Pend for catalogue.
Georgetown College, D. C.
ronii'iru a Tir.
THE ArADiMH) AWI wrirXTIFlC
n ssvaasjopenoepieiiiueru, toou. appij
HE Mt'llOISL or Ma-IHt'lKE opens
Sept. 20, 18811. Apply to Prof, J. W. 11.
1 VI T) . mal 12th atrut. N. W .
w aaningion v . v.
II K jjillvtil. aF LAW opona on th
Fir(t"Vedneeday in October. Apply to
siaml. M. V'catman, Sen'y, corner btn and
sireeta,pi. r.. "Mniin)n,u, ,
.TAMK A. IIOOVAN. S..T . Prea't.
A Valuable Patent.
Dasey't (Boras) Corn nud P Flan.
HAVING perfected my invention, I wlah
ro l l.ice it before tile public. e-iM.iall
manufacturers. At a Corn Planter, it ia a
perleot anooeaa opens tbe drill, distributed
tbe seed acn.rate!y, oriiniare.l, and coverd
the same, therel y one nnin performing the
work of throe. Ihe., hare hecu uaed in
thia section for over a doten years with per
leot sntiafaction. tan give raapoLtible teati
JOUN li. UANCY.njtncyvlIle,
Haywood county, Teas.