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MEM MILS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 18S6.
A BLOODY RACE RIOT
PITTSBURG IT WHICH
TWO K3 LOSE
Their Lire and Others Are Seriously
Ijartd Other Crimes and
Pirrsnt'Bo, Pa.,. September 20.
Four Mile Ron, in the Fourteenth
Ward, vis the (cene of a bloody race
riot yes'erdy, in which two ol the
participants received fatal injuries
The fight was the result of bad fueling
existing among the Irish and Italian
laborera who have their abide in that
neighborhood. On Saturday night,
while Joteph Vernard, an Italian, wai
on his way home, be wis attacked by
a gang of Irishmen. There were six
in the availing party, and it ii said
they were under the leadership of two
brother j named Daly. Vernard wai
terribly beaten.but managed to f scape
to bis home. So more trouble oc
curred until noon today, when a gang
of twenty Irishmen called at Ver-
nard's hones and demanded admit
tance. A number of Irishmen, boad
ere, were in the houee at the time,
and the doors were quickly barred.
The assailant?, however, battertd
the doors down and rcuhtd
into the home. A free Ugh'
followed, in the pio.rei of
which 'Paddy" Bocco' an Italian,
bad bis skull cruahed with a chair,
and Patrick Corntantine, an Irish
man, wai shot in the abdomen. The
sight of the prostrate men soemed to
frighten the others, acd a general
stamptda took place, so that by tbe
time the police arrived all had es
caped. The wounded men wire re
moved ti a hospital, where Oonatan
tina died a few hours later. Itoct o is
still living, but his recovery is con
sidered Coubtful. Five of tbe I a'iana
were arrested this afternoon, but the
irishmen are s ill at liberty. It is be
lieved that the latter intended to drive
the Italians from the neighborhood.
The Mine Diameter.
ScRAirrow, Pa , September 20. At
8 o'clock last evening tbe fi'Bt pick
broke through into the heading lead
ing to lioeddy's Chamber in tbe Mar
Tine slope, where the entombed min
or! are tuppoeed to be, and it was
found to be filled with gas from the
roof to tbe floor. It would be impos
sible for a human bairg to live in such
an atmosphere for tnree minuter.
Nothing further can be dote toward
securing the b-dba until the gis is re
moved, which will Ift8 frm twenty-
lour t) forty-signt nnnra.
.Tbe BodleaJ rannd la IMS take at
Chicago, III., September 20. The
body of tbe woman found floating in
the lake at the foot o! Diversey street
laat Wednesday morning was Identi
fied yesterday afternoon ai that of Mrs.
Anme Ferry, wlicm home was at No
70 Best avenue, in Lakeview. The
hunband of the deceased was notified,
and he at once went to Lakeview aod
identified the bodlis as those of his
wife and child. To a reporter he
stated that last Chrlttmas he had a
Snarrel with his wife while he was
rank, and as a result "swore oil," re
maining cober until last Sunday, when
be again became intoxicated. Tues
day he went home and quarreled with
bis wifi again. Whtn he awoke
Wednesday morning she had gone,
taking with ber tboir youngest child.
Th ra married four years. It is
auppoeed that tbe woman committed
sulo'.de. The bodies will be buried to
day. nMad laitewtral Park SEMarvalr
Naw York, Sjptember 19. The
body of an old woman was found
Anting In Central Park reservoir this
afternoon. She was identified as
. Mrs. Elisabeth T. Wall, 88 years nld.
She was the widow of MaJ.-lien. Wil
liam Wall of this city, who died in
1856. He was a graduate of West
Point, and after he left the army held
the chair of mathematics at tbe State
college of Atben, U. It Is supposed
the woman committed suicide while
A Cottle Tralu Junipa the Track.
Black Rivsr Falls. Wis., Septem
ber 20. A special train of twenty cars
of stcck from Montana, en route for
Chicago, jumped the tiavk west of
here last evening, owing to a broken
flange on the forward wheels of the
locomotive. The locomotlvo, tender
and nine cars wore piled on one
another, making a fearful wreck.
About twenty heal of cattle ware
killed, and as many more seriously in'
lured. The loss will be larga. The
crew was badly shaken up.Jjut no one
was seriously mm.
Train Wrecked at I.rhUh Sap.
Allkntown, Ta.. September 20.
No. -89, fast freight, bound est,n the
1enign Valley, was wrecked at Lehigh
Uap, a lew miles norm ol ttiia city,
early this morning. Sixteen cara were
thrown fiom the track, causing I
blockade nearly all day. The brake
men ware injured and the conductor
waa thrown Into the river, but a warn
ashore. A tramp vrlio waa stealing i
ride was also shaken up, but not aeri
PaoaiA, III., September lit. The
body of Siebo Ktiner, a middle a?ed
German, was found hanging to a tree
near this etty lBt evening-, it bad
evidently been hanging there several
days. The body of Dr. Klwood H.
Kolf, of Peoria, was found floating in
the river at Havana tonight. Both
are supposed to be caws of suicide.
Pobtlamo, Mi, September 19
Wm. K. Gould, naahier of the First
National Bank of Portland, ba been
discovered to De a delimiter, ins di
rectors believe that the. lorn to the
bank will not exceed 185,000. Tne
business of the bank will in no wiss
' be affected. Gould is held under ar
rest In a civil suit by tbe bank await
ing the action of toe Comptroller of
Nlruck by Llaklnlaa;.
Atchison, Kai., September 20. The
unmans urn; uuumng ouiii ana lor
merly occupied by rowler Bros, as
picking houee, in Fast Atchison, was
struck by lightning yesterday and de
stroyed. It had been unoccupied for
several years, x lie lots la estimated
at 130,000, part ally Innnred.
Calllaioa on Hie Bleaoiirl I'arlflc
St. Loi'is, Mo, September 20
Freight tiains No. 157 and No. 100, on
the Missouri, Kansas and Texts divi
sion of the Missouri Pacific, collided
Saturday night on a curve one mile
aou'h tf Clayton, in Vernon county.
Both engines were completely de
molished, as well as many car. The
engineers and firemen jumped before
the r engines collided and no one was
injured. Ona of tbe trains was loaded
with cati, 150 i t which were killad.
The loss is placed at $50,000
Tbe Leader of I lie Knights or Labor
ejapissrrd ol leanana I lly.
St. Louie, Mo., September 20. Mar
tin Irons, the leader of the Kufghtsof
Labor strike on the Missouri Paciflo
railroad laet spring, waa arrested in
Kansas City laat night, and will be
brought to this city to answer to the
charge found against bim in tbe in
dictment for complicty In tapping the
nrivata telegraph wires running. into
Vice President Hoxie's residence
Owing t the recent ill behavior of
the Master Workman, bis bondsman
bas withdrawn from his bond, and he
will be kept under arrest until hit
case is tried.
Talks About HI Keeenl Fight WH"
II ear Id.
Naw York, September 19. John L.
Sullivan, accompanied by Billy Ben
nett, Pat Sheedy, Jim McKohen and
Billy Kelly, arrived here at 7 o'clock
p in , orv the fast express from Pitts
burg. Sullivan and tiia f iends drove
in a carriage to Bannett's tuition at
Cer.tral Park. Sullivan was drinkirg
a glass of seltzer with a party of friends
when a leport'r accosted him. "I
won," be said, "just as I expecbd to,'
and hope I have proved ti all that I
am good for a lot of fights yet. I wsnt
to contradict that report from Pittt
barg that I am drinking. I have not
touched a drop of spin's, and don't
QHulliftin showed no marks of bi
recent fight w.ta Hon Id. He sad
tbe blow tbat knocked out the latter,
was a left banded cross counter; one
of tbe most difficult blows to stir-cest-fully
make in boxing. "Hearld," said
Sullivan, "stopped in Pittsburg, I sup
pose, to go on with tbat match with
Bradburn, sat. down for the 25 h inst.,
bat I don't know ai it will come off,
for Bradburn's people told him if he
fought, they would not go on with the
Snl ivansa'd he weighed 210 pounds
i tripped when he faced Hearld. He
claimed that he and bis manager, Eoo
nett, received Icsi than $-500 out of
the match with tie Philadelphia
boxer. Whenaakfd as to his future
nlans the chamnion said: "Mitchell
is t) arrive here before tbe end ol tbi
month. I sha'l probably wait here till
be comes. Shtedy will arrange a
match with him and pcssibly with
Paddy Ryan, both to take place in
Frisc3. We will start for California
after that, and alter I have beaten
both of them, I shall moat all comers
on my way back Fast. We then in
tend to go to England and possibly to
CUIEF JUSTICE WAITE
Dta'l Think Ihe Anarehlala Can del
Before the federal Court,
Chicago. September 19. A special
d'spatch fiom Uoloalo Spring, Col.
printed here today, says: "Chit
Justice Walte his been stopping hero
for some days. Tbe reporter asked
Judgs Waite lait evening if there was
any way ny wnicn me couv.uveu
anarcbicts in Chlcigo could get their
caae before the United Sta'os Courts,
snd explained that they anticipated
refusal of their petition tor a new trial
in the courts of I linois." The Judge
sa d : "I see no way by which thoy
can enter the United States Courts
u olees on a question of Fedeinl law,
and by showing that in some way
their cons it ii tionai rights hava been
violated. The fact that they pre
foreigners and not citizens of the
United States should bavs no bearing
wha'ever, There are charges, as I
unders and it, of an off ense against
tbe laws of the State of Illinois, and
under those laws they bavs been con-
vl:ted by jury,. I can. In that
view ur me case no way tor mem 10
get before the United S a'ei Court."
THE TRADES ASSEMBLY
At Cbloaaro Horn Than aartoo Real
laau rrom ineir a-iuuio.
Chicago, III., September 20. At
yesterday's sersion of tbe Tradei As
sembly the entertainment committee
made a report on tbe recent labor
demons'rtt on and pionio. Ths net
balance from the sale ol ticket?, after
paying all expenses, is something
over $1500. Thsro were 31)7 kegs cf
beer sold, on which the proflt to the
assembly waa Ij oo per keg. JJeuuct-
ing fiom tli's tin am Mint claimed by
the proprietor of the grove for three
bars doatroyod and liquors wasted by
reaion rl (tie disturbancs wnlcn oc
curred, there remains enough to place
tho Dot pro Us of the p'.cnio at more
Afior this the report of a committee
appointed to rovine the constitution
was taken up. The delegates struck
a sosg In the socond si c inn, in the
tdupn of a prohibition plunk. It was
by Mr. Temple, a Knight of L-bor.
The section declared tint the assaiii-
bly hereafter do not accent, directly
or indirectly, any revenues from ttie
rale of buir or other intoxicating
liquors. After a lively dtbata the
section was finally laid on the Ublo
ana tne meeting sdjuurncd.
Held at Notnrrvllle, 1nn., I.aat Hat
looaaaaroiDaacs or trb arraiL.l
BoaUKViLLB, Tknn., Soptsmber 20.
aturuay tne tiepuimcans of tnis coun
ty bold a 'convention in the court
houso to nominate a candidate for ths
Legislature and delegates for the Con
greeslona', Flotorial and Hsnatorlal
Conventions. John T. Lattin called
the house to order. A member mo
tioned tbat Mr. "Lat'n" be chairman
"Put yer motion," said another.
Mr. Litt'n was duly elected. The
next thing in order, the chairmao said,
was the eloclion o( a secretary.
"I motion Mr. 8batingor be eecrs
Urr. All in lav ."
,fYou hold on there," said the chair
man, roughly, and putting the motion
himselt Mr. Sbaddinger was elected
secretary. When the time came to
put in nomination the candidates for
the 1ogislature there was a medley of
"Mr. Charman, I motion Neal
"Mr. Charman, I motion Mr. Fey
Wi:h the ctndidates champing on
the bit, trie race was iuo. Monroe
Goodin, colored, distancing all the
others without their having been a
second to nnv of the "motions."
The Hon. Ztch Taylor was on the
g'ound looking after his political Inter
ests. There is one thing certain; if he
runs for Congr si against Jim Phelan.
he will be caught in a political blir.urd
which will bury him to deep in the
snow, thBt he will bs heard of no
Moxlo! What in II?
A harmlers, simple nerve food that
will supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a drop of med
icine, stimulant er alcohol, aud is lbs
only thing known that will recover
brmo and mrvoua exhaustion, kill the
thirst for alcohol drinks, opium, etc.;
gives a vinorous appetite, refreshing
sleep, and is invaluatiln to the braui
worker ;and those suffering in any
form Imm nervonenpis, n it recovers
everything caused by overtaking the
nervous pystoni. Moxio Nerve Food
is a delicious bove-age, snd is for sale
by leading diuggists.
THE TRIESML CiflCLATE
ENCAMPMENT OF KNIGHTS TEM
PLAR AT ST. L0C1S.
The City Ablaze With Glory In Honor
of the Guests Buildings
St. Loins, Mo., September 20. It
was afr midnight when tbe last spe
clal train discharged its load of visit
ors to ths Trie&nlal Cocclave last
night, and the day bad not broken
this morning when the procession of
arriving commandeiios was retewed.
At an early hour bands wore playing
and coromanderles wera marching,
end tho hiitJiy of the fnrancon 1ms
btoa but a r'ie'itioa of thctof ths
nigbt, oo a much more eitsnHive scale.
At the Union depot tbe track ( era
crowded w.th extra trains, and no
eoooer ii one emptied than another
takes its place. Along the wharves
on ths river front a s.mihr rcene of
ac'Svi'y is witnessed, many com
manderies from along the rivtrs hav
ing cbsrteied rWrmrs, which will hi
ued as combined hotel and bead
quir.erj during tbe week. The
weather seems as if specially designed
for the cc:aiion, and in cins'qunce,
the streets are thronged with tigh -seers,
while everywhere may be
seen mirching commanderies, mak
ing fraternal calls oo. local
anj vislMng beadquait rx. Toe
o:k of decorating buidiiogs
for tbe occasion was only fairly begun
this morning, and thouianda of worK
men are engaged in tbe ta-k. The
preparations for tbe illuniiraton
which begins tonight are compltt.
and the apparatus bai luen tested and
found in perfect working order, assu -ing
a dieplay far in advance of any
thing ever previously attempted in
this city. Otber arrangements for the
work of the encimpinerit are pf rfectrd,
and nothing temains but to receive
the Knights and got thm established
in their temporary qusrtrs. Iu this
latter respect the Ttionnial Committee
is entitled to great praise for the excel
lent manner in which atrangemenls
have been mado for houtirg and faeQ
ing the mu'ti'.uda. But very few at
tempts at extortion by boarding house
keepors have bten repotted, and in
every such lnstince the perpetrators
have been b'acklisted, and as the com
mittee have the tendercf vastly greit
er accommndatiocs that are coe led,
vidtars aie ueing piacaa p-aoticatiy at
tbeir on terms,
One of the subiec's, If tot the main
one, tor discussion ana ueierminauon
at tbe meeting cf the Grand Kncamp
ment is the question of amending the
organic law of the order with regard
to the powers and privileges of the
Ur.tnd Encampment. A meeting or
the members of the Grand Encamp
ment bas been called for tomorrow
afternoon, at the Nebraska head
quarters, to decide what course the
opponents of tbe proposed change
shall puisne, Tbe oil is a Id raised to
all tho members of tbe G and Er cimp-
ment who onuose its emasculatioo,
and the object set forth is "to devise
ways and means to give tnecuve ex
pression t) the desire for reform (if
rtfoim bs ne.ded) within our order
as now constituted, and to defeat tbe
existing effort to weaken our general
governing body, thereby destroying its
TUB (JUELN WRATHY
On Aeeonnl of Attention to Ameri
The Queen. It is said, waxed very
wroth at the polite attentions of tbe
Prince of Wales to several American
lad it g during the past season, and has
not yet done with remonstrating. She
bas never taken kindly to the Ameri
can beau'les who have bloomed with
such rapid luxurianca in London fo
o etv and carried on an tut most eiigi
b'e prises. Khe has always discouraged
them, and as a consequence they have
fa'lan back on her successor-to-be for
those countenancing smiles which
have bsen bestowed with must t ill uent
benignity. Tbe jea'ouiy is Dot con
fined to the Uueen. bucn a vast crowd
ol eoclal Btrugiili n, eo many envious
foma'o aiistooiats who wifh to return
to the Sates with the cocit of rovnl
approval, swarm in Lrndou that it is
absolutely necessary, they say,
that our cou t should be etrm
gent a to i's ru'e3 of admission and
that some of the applicants for
cards to court tostivities ehou'd bo de
ried. The ambit'ous society women
of America, they ray, "unfailingly
cab'e home their successes, but the
m-iny robull'i they sntfi'r they keep as
silont as the g ave." They would not
be tbe bright girls thev are if they did
otherwise. But the Qieen dooa not
col flue her remonstrances tithe at
tention shown American beauty. She
in known to have sisnitled her deer)
displeaMire at the Prince and Princets
ol Wales at a private dinner pwy
given by Henry Irving aud Mies
Tairy t3 a half doz9n gueBts, among
whom the 1 rince aud lnnc;s wore
Of pnre Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
phosphites, is a most valuabla remedy
for consumption, scrofula, wasting dis.
eares of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditiona where
there is a loss of flash, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility of the
Hits merllctna, ceenhlnlnt Iron with pnre
rcKcUihle tonic, qtuckly and ennipletnly
S urra lrlrpla I Jl'arartan, t rnknraat
uipure Itlnod. ;laawia,l kills and Kevrra,
II Is an uninilinirmc(Iy for DIaeaaca qf tha
Kldnrya and I.IUT.
It Is liivaiimhle fur ptseaw peenllar to
Women, and all who load sedentary Uvea.
Hitoe uotliijnn tl;telh,caiieheadache,rir
produce tvtt!iipailnii oih lnm wwtlcinrt do.
U'iirlehtnt purifies the blood, stimulates
Ihe appetite, Ms the aslmllaUon of food, re
lieves llearthiii.'i and Ucli hlng, and strouglh.
ens the muwlew and nerves. ,
For l!ilerniltlent Fovcra, iJttsltude, lacSil
Encrt,-, Ac, It has no equal. '
t ; - The srennlno h alove trade mark aaS
C rMjrd radllnes on wraier. Take no otliet.
c..i. 4rtt aaowR rHrairtL ru, aiiTiaoaa. v
ON SATURDAY, 0CT0I1KR 2, 1SSS, at No.
I'JO Market sired, Woinphis, lern., I
will sell to ths hlithott bidder lor eah, all
the Household anil kitchen Furniture in
cluding one Parlor Set, thtee liocui bets and
Kitchen Furniture, In paid residence. 1 lell
under trut deed innde by John 'font o tne,
recorded in book SI, page MU. in Heglster'a
otlice, and by uirec'inn o boneSoiary lliere
unto. .1. B. McFAHLAM), Truitee.
iiwi in si w i-rr-THE s
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TrovurM with triot nvtri t Purity. Strenrll; n4
Health! ulima. Dr. Prt'H llaklnic 1-owder conlaliij
r,Aininoni,Umo,Alumorl h..Jiti. In-.' rli'rt
KuracU, VaalUa, Leinuu, W., flir deUdoiulj.
PKICC BAKING P0WDM CO. & and St IsHt
Molt happily meets thn ilemand of tbe
for womnn'i neculiarnlllictiona. Ilia arcm
edy for WOMAN ONLY, and for one SPE
CIAL CLAEH of her diaea'ee. It in aareelfia
for ceriain dieetied omliliom of the womb,
and to oontrnle the Monntrua) orfrana an to
rtvalut all daraDemeuU and irrnularitlea
ol her Monthly Biokne;i. The rroprietora
claim for thin remady no other medical prop
erly. It U atriotly a Vexetaile Comp. und.
the itudied pretnrlptioii of a learned phy
ilcian h aeaiiecialty win l''xi. Dmimis.
and whore fame became enviable became of
his socoess in the Ueittment ana cure ef
lemale eomplainta. riuOerina woman, it
will relieve yon of nearly all oemplainti
peculiar to yorx. . , , ,
F.r sale by drusgints. Writ for book,
"Meisaae to Woman." nulled tree.
URineiKi.p KieouLtTf) Co . Atlanta Oi.
Gives Be iaf at
ono and Carta
COLD In IIEAI
-M- "tlSWI -a
or Powder, fret
Drug! and Offen
piled Into each nostril and
A nartlola is annllad Into each nostril and
Is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druigiitti
By mall, rexliitered, 60cents. Oirculers (re.
KLY UROB., DrugtiiU. 0oo. M. Y.
WILBOE'3 COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVEE
OIL AND LIME. ,
dct the eonnlne a rllcla.-The arrflat
popularity of "Wilbor'j Compound of Cod
m, m.A Mmft" hut indnead soma un
principled parsons to attempt to palm off a
simple article of their own manatacture;
but any person wno is sunerins uuin vuuius.
Colds or Consumption, should be carelul
where they purchase this article. The re
sults of its use are Us beat recommendations ,
and the proprietor has ample evidence on
file of its great success in pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime posiestes a
most marvelous healing power, aa oombined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It Is prescribed by the medical faculty. Bold
by A. B. Wilbob, Chemist, Boston, and
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M. rUMiAiMJS, jug. isnuuit, 4. x. niiiiiiciD.
8.H.DUNSCOMB,Pres't. JOS. BRUCE, V.-Pres't. J.8.)USCOMB,Scc'y
HIT, HOPES & BSLMT,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 303 Main Street, Gatom Block.
oods & Swoope5
Buggies, Wagons aud Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Entcines, Macbinery of All Descriptions,
Wo. 333 SECOND ST
AJKDRKW 8TEWABT, Naw Orlaauu.
HO. IM AUD 858 FBOHT STREET, MESfFIIIS, TEJXXm
STEWART BROTHEHS & COMPMII
COTTON FACTORS AND
er.Thorntoa I Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Tffo. SO Front street, : MeiM?lii, Tew,
JN0.8.T00F. E. L. MoQOWAN.
foot lEiowaa & m.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor
And Dealers In Levee and Itullroad Snpplie",
No. 374 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
M JONES fraitdent
36 3S and 40
H, M. JONM. JTIO. K. BPHO. t. PTBR3. 80- ARNOLD, W. P. 1. 8AWKTB;
Cotton dors and
No. 3U Front Street, Corner
Cotton Facte, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. 11 Union Street. ; 8 1 5IemphI, Tenn
. L- C TYLER.
STONE & TYLER
Also, Agents lor tho "Winship Cotton Gin acd Tress,
SO. 268 FRONT STREET, - r MEMPHIS, TEKN,
E. NOEFLEET, Resident Partner,
J. II. MrPAVITT, P. M. NKL80N,
J. R. PKPPEhV, W. B. MALLURT.
I ANDEEW D. GWTN5B, MannkJl
J. 8. McTIQHE. W. Q. PATTES0N
& SAWME 60,
I. T. PETERS, VIoe-PresldeBU
Bsoretary and Treasurer.
TflE MMA8S0UA BRAND
ot Monroe. Memphis, Tenn.
W. T. STONE.
ECKERLY, ST0SE A CO.)
EDUCATION A I-
2S3 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT. 6.1886.
For Board. Tuition, etc., ace catalogue, or
BOTHER MAPRELTAK. Prenldeat.
Mrs. Bowles1 School
Opens Sept. 11, at 155 Adams St
SPECIAL advantages for ynunr ladies In
Korlifh I'ouw, Latio, Qerman, Jfreuoh,
Unsio snd Elocatinn.
Xborounh instruction by modern methods
is ofTsrcd to boys snd girls from primary
clases Ihr ugh grsmmar course.
The Higbee School
FOR THE HIGUER
Education of Young Ladies
Bealo, Lauderdale and Jeitatnine bts.,
Iacorporated wliu Collegiate Prlv
AS INSTITUTION OF HIGH REPUTK
Fall Term Opens Monday. M?t. 20.
vTboronsh Ermliih and Claesicil Course.
modem t,angaares by Foreign Teachers.
Book-keepinr. beort-hanil and Tvne-
Sehools of Art, Music and Elocution noted
for exceptional advantmej.
Speoial students received in every depart
ment. A new and elegant building will beer-eted
during the summer and tail, wherein will be
furnished a spacious (tudy hal large pri
mary scbool-rooms. claae-ronmi, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant mansion used for hoarding;
pupils and the wonded pleasure grounds,
will form one ol ihe most ooinnlete tchool
foundations in the (South.
Uataloiucs ready August 4tb.
For information address
MISS JEN .NY M. HIUBEE, Principal.
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HIUBEE SCHOOL.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
taught by the methods of the oelebratea
Cincinnati School of Design. First success
fully Introduced here by Buss LHtrie lies
londe Dobyns, Principal School of Art, tha
Send for Sperlal Circular for Art
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on tbe first of September. Voice Training
and Vocalisation a sreoialtr .
Apply at K. wtttmaon at t.o.'s, tecona
street, or 0. K. Honck, Main street.
EIr$. Wade's School
For Young Ladle and Children,
NO. 488 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annnal Session will begin aian
day, se)imyr 8(). lwt.
Miss S. F. Nay's Art Studio.
REOPENS OCT. 4, 1SSO.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
League," of New York, or any other
first class art school they may desire to enter.
Address M. B7 sjurtlann flrfot.
WITH experienced assistants In all de
partments, will begin its siith year
-- On September 13, 1886,
at No. 174 Hernando street, formerly Grace
Churoh. Boys prepared for either Business'
or College. Discipline firm and strict; in
struction thorough and modern in methods.
Modern Languages a speoial leature.
Jfor terms, etc., address or oau on
WHARTON B. JONES,
138 Hernando street, Memphis. Tenn.
EftUIHtrhMIKW lsEPAKTWKN T,
nahvllle, Tenn. Thorough instruction
indistinct courses of ivil, Mechanical and
Mining Engineering (Annual Tuition ttV)).
and in Manual Technology iFrte). Full
Faculty. Extensile equipments and faoili
tiesin draoghting-rooms.l aboratories, shops
andlfield practice. Kntranoe Eliminations
Sept.14, 15 and W. For circulars address
rpl MEniCAL BF.rAatTrtlEWr
S- ul TTmI nnw.llr aI' I Aiiiolano
U II It CI . 11 1 J VI juuuioiuuu.
IFormerly, 1847-18S1, the Universi'y of
ITS advantages for practical instruction in
diseases ol the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law seoures it. superabundant ninterl
als from the great Charily Hospital with its
7(H) beds, and 20,000 patients annually. Stu
dents have no hosp tnl-i'ees to pav and spe
cial instruction is daily given at tho bedside,
ol the sick, as in, no other institution. For
catalogue or information, address
frot. B. Hi. L tlAlLL It. ii u., uean,
P. O. Drawer 2t)l. Inew Orleans. La.
PETERSBUHG, VA. The Twenty-second
Annual Session of this School for Boya
begins the first Monday in October. Thor
ough preparations for University of Vir-
inia, jesaing engineering ocnvui. "
. J . 1 ,f:il. 1 V 1 knaAm-
mies; highly reoommended by Faculty ox
Universityot Virginia; full staff of instruot-
i U l.l.fl V..1. a....llrtatinn
advised, as number of boarders Is striou
limited, ror caiaiogTie aaareia
W. HUKUUfi itlouAtia. M"an masier.
Collegiate Institute for Tonnsj l.aollea and
Preparatory Bonool lor a.mi win., i.
BL., P. 0., three miles Irom Baltimore,
Sid. Conducted by the Sisters of Notre
Dame. Send for catalogue.
Georgetown College! D. C.
THE ATAWsMIU ami) NCIF.NTIFIO
a'IIOOL,, open September , im. Apply
in President of the College.
THE M'UOOL OF nalsICIRE opens
Sept. 20, 1H8H. Apply to frot. J. VY. u.
Lovejoy, M. D., m 12th street, N. W.,
Wa.liinirtnn. T. fl.
THIS Hi lloOli UF LAW opens on tha
First Wednesday In October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yeatman, Seo'y, corner 6th and
F. streets, N. W.. Washington. D, 0.
JA!RS A. llOONAN. J .Pres't.
newspaiien and estimates o' the eoit of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, dnds in'it, the information he re
quires, while forflhim who will Invest on
hundred thousandldollars advertising, a
scheme ii Indieaied whioh will meet his
every requirement, or can he made to do so
by slight changes easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and fifty-threa
editions have been issued. Kent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten cs. Apply to GEO.
P. ROW ELL A OO,, K KWSPAPKB A D
VERTIHINii BUREA1J.10 Snrneeit. (Print
A Valuable Patent.
Dan7'i (Derse) Torn and Pea Plan.
HAVINS perfected my invention, I wisi
:o place it before the pnb 10, especially
miinulaoturers. As a Corn P '.
nerleotsncoass-opans the drill, distributed
tbe seed accurately, nniniured, and eovera
the same, thereby one nian performing tha
work of three. Thef have been used In
this section for over a doaen years with i per
fect satisfaction. (Jan give responsible testi
HavwoAd .onntv. T.nw
To Real Estate Owners and Agents.
IJARTIE3 having sidewnlks to put down
X will find it to their intarost to applrto
W. B. LOOKEY. 82 Madison, or tho,.IU4
8econd. Contractor for btewart's Oraon
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
f) r HORSE POWER Nearly new. Also,.
jjkJ smokestacK, hclting, pulleys, sbalt-
Anllv tn or address
T00F, MoGOWAN CO,