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MEMPIIIS DAILY APrEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. ISStt.
MS. SiXOrS LETTER.
AN IXTERESTIXQ BUDGET Of
SEWS AND GOSSIP.
Incidents of a Trip to Missouri and
Nebraska Graphically Described.-
lootimronniKci or lei Arriix.l
St. Joseph, Mo., September 21. I
am once more able to hold my pen
and write occasionally. . I doubt if my
creed wilt be very valuable, but I
can'd net write when things were re
enrricg. I went ts tbe meeting of the
Grand Army of the Republic and
rpentaweek with Mre. Otilby, tent
ing on the grounds. I have not been
in a tent since the war, and it waa
like tbe achoal Rirl'e play house to me
ai we mace our coffee and fried our
egip over a camp fire. It almost put
meinfbi not'on of homesteading in
the new part of the State tbat the
Burlington and Miesjorl Biver rail
road ia opening up near Broken B)w.
Tbe improvement in this Uta'e
aince I waa here fuor year a no
ia almost incredible, and tbe
value of real estate has in
creased three-fold bv tbe railroad in
crease of mileage. To me, beariDg as
I did to little of the war in the South,
it seemed while at Grand Inland aa if
it had closed bat yebterdty, and never
whilst tbe reunions last and Ander
sonville is recounted, with ever iu
crtajins borrorp, battles fought ovur
and the old memories constantly
fanned, can they fc reive the S juth or
feel tbat we are a decently pcod part
of the Union. But, "Obi gbry hal
leluj.hl" aa the darky cries whan
wild witn deiigur, we cave one ming
that they might well envy, and tbat is
country at peace ud likely tb,
lor when the red flames of anarchy
awirl and hap above their fanes iu
time to come, placed there by foielgn
mobs, fired by driok ana insane
fury, we will be tt piaje in our
land, where the negrje. bora on
Kou'bern soil, and as an element of la
bor, bar out tbatc'aa tint can live
nowhera unites in a fevor of fronted
revolt. When men come to Amor c
they should drop nationality of every
character, and with their naturaliza
tion rigbti, Income Dot German or
Irish-Americans, but American ci'i
zens, ready to live for her best and
die to protect tbat best. A apt it cf
hi iter opposition is Ducting thit.
I attended also the Inter Ute Kxp
aiiion at Ouiihr, ai.d caw ame of tbe
flneet Buaiian p.ciureal have evtr
eeen in any exhibition of art. Tbe
picture of a Russian princeia, shown
by a private ciliaen l.om his own col
lection, ia enongh to c own the
painter with undying fame. I
know it is fashionable to admfre
the rich hued daik old painting
but despite tbe fashion, I would u t
Siveagoid Rosa L'onhenr, nor a fin
er.ey cat lo scene of modern art, fora
corocrib full of the big armed women
and fl;shy angeli o! the old onus '.erf.
This picture of tba Russian woman
bad something about it that was akin
to torcery. Kverybody was asking
everybody e'se: "Have you eeen tbat
picture? And well might they ask.
There was no exinmeouB scenery or
attraction. It waa a wide, open win
dow in a hugs itone mullioned frame:
leaning from it, her arm on the cold
gray atone,' standing out as if molded
in wix, was the form of a woman; the
cold braid asemed to be throwa a foot
; from the eanvasv, the aleeve of white
cloth hanging looee from fie
waxen shoulder, hung over the atone
alll, aa perfectly ra if woven
in a loom, and draped from
a living form. Only standing under
the picture and l:ok!rg up did c n
vince me it was not a compos tion of
wax drapery and paint intended to
deceive the eye, as a cunning piece of
art. The pearls, the drapery, the
bloom of iolor, all vanished into a
mere shadow beside the s;r:eresi'
powerful spell that lay In tbat pictured
mouth and queHtioaing eye. Three
distinct typea ot expression and face
bowed in th's picture; from the right
it was g'xtag full at you, a girl ia the
radiant life of careless, happy in
dolence, with nothing to rutlU her
mood. Full btfore it the tyts were
filled with a mournful despair, as if
love and hojor bDth wero iosp, hopj
dead, never to ba leaurraeterl, while
life was in tbe radiant form. Again from
the loft, she glanced With ancn superb
radiant scorn, ,tjw in (0, health,
wraith, all that could rule and rulu
men of lenmious, circlets, loliy gnre,
a "Nadrine Napraxtne" of "Ou daV
dre-tin. lha a tUt is a KvutUn, wlios.9
''wedding feast" won the list Acad
emic prize lu dil, and h'a previous
.cflorts all became Invaluable to their
owners. 1 conftsi if th's picture were
mine I would not sell it (or the big
gest farm ia N ebriisk i, as I haveu't
long to live anv way, and am not long
to enjoy tae flesh pots of Egypt I
I would let the jiy of eight revel
in possession of this matchless woman,
that cm console, but never wound. I
am told that lha blocom law ia not
half ao valuable as it might be here.
but certainly it is a'.rons enough iu
the Btatutea to keep au elephant SO'
brr if carried out, but in the very na
ture of things woman cn ra-oly pros
ecute under it, because men are
the only witnesses to be had. and will
be for one another, wi'h a a al that
beggars descrioujn. Still no drunk
en cess wss to be seen in L'nc.ln at
tbe State Fair among (10,000 people on
Lincoln's day. No liquor is allowed
on tbe ground, and any man Been in
the least intoxicated waa air.sted, and
to be neavily hoed.
At the race?, one was won by a
Texas botae, and peu excitement
prevailed when Da a D. mate his mile
in two minutes and eighteen seconds.
1 am not "au fact" in raring matters;
I only know he won $20O extra bv
making something over the time be
Five IS atea in tbelr Prohibition
platforms, have put in a strong anf
tratre plank fjr uaivtranl miirrao-n.
Nebraska has done so, making an
effort ti render her m. tts, "Equalitv
b, fore the law, fact, Inst sad of fiction "
By the way 1 did hava a r ch ex
perience with one woman who t erne J
me an "awfully masculine woman
that wanted to vote and be a man."
She was rt reused in silk and lece, aho
never read a book, nor sewed a s itch.
nor did a us ful thing. She was a
motner ot two grown oojs that bull
dcztd ber awluiy, while sue was jeal
ous ol her husband and tyrannis d
over the three men (a'l three of whom
onpo'ed the billoifor omsu), and 1
don t wonder at it. for it I were sur
rounded by snch women, and they
were in ine mMority, l would favor
Dotting them in a herein at once and
bavirg the old guard, the bastinado
ad the bowstring, the quarreled at
her husband for readmit uovelp, wait
ing time, she said, whiln she nursnd a
dog and ft"! a parrot, lue letterd ed
Oh, but time wis tommoti n ihe
wiled acd went ai d went to bed, and
hid to be comfort as we other worn
I'ndowlcn cur 11 sh end blood is
buried out of our eight. A fiw days
at vr the lit'le rat or a pood e toik tint
cAiv, aud tbe eight on Hut ia-m
night which the room pi sjnud was
a picture only Mark Twain could have
dona jostle to. My lady waa scream
ing: "Oh. Lord! oh, Lord! what
shall I doT Polly deaf, now Punch
to go. Oal It will kill me. I never
bad ao much trouble in all my life.
Oh! what will ma say T Yon "11 had
no business bringing me here." This
interrupted with shrieks of "Oh I is he
mad? Tnt him in the bieket. Oh!
get your pa'e big battered gloves, he
might bite you. Pat him down.
Run!" and soitirg the action to the
word she flew, to ihe bed end sprang
in, with her long tight giwn trailing
a yard behind her. One boy in a long
linen duster, ovir bis underclothing,
the other trying to bold the dog to
pour aomettiing down fcU throat, the
landlady wrapping the little beast in
cloths wrung out of hot water. It was
midnight, romember. Now tbatiatho
kind of woman eome men "call wo
manly," and a good old t'me they had
with ber wouianlin'-s'. 1 wculd
ratber bave had three dos and a ptt
bear, or rud to humor and indulge
them, than submit to the insane fully
and weakness of a nervju", faiblooa
h'e Idiot I ks tbat was.
Well, aewcra matched. She held
me in contempt because I waa slrong
rainded and talked in public,
and she would have ' had
to have gotten up earlier
thin ever in her lifato have got alined
of me in contempt for her icsane love
of dress sn1 bing ewret and weman
ly. We ahonld thank the Lord such
sprc'mens are rare. I go in a few dijys
to Kan.as if my band will allow it. I
will try and write aga n and more
briefly. blizabetii l. eaxoif.
SSV 6 BENT.
Came to mj hanrt's wldt door one fateful
daj , ,
A n&1 lirnwn al rfLnsar. wilh 1 1 Mflfl of WO. t
And ar. nijr linp.tuoui ha.rt could bid him
Th. !rnrr' hand on mln. in rroteit lay.
A roloeof mournful melody erl.il "Aayl
iienr m. not, thou rt uonentl. ao.
Look in my fact my nam. and lln.aga
L.at in Ihy'ha'U (hou drive a friend away.
M y mm. li Pain, and I am born of Lov."
My heart leaned u i tb. laorilene to prove.
But (topped before the witnefi of thoieeyea.
"Ah, for thtttevlng kinship." it repliea.
"Be wel come, thouaandl'jld. I am mora
Than qrowned Kins to have theo for my
0. D. QALLOff A V k 00 .......PorieTois.
Ratea It to and 1.1 per day. aconrdina to
aia. and location of room Spaolel
K JScanlan, Ark D M Knowlei, Ky
J W Alliaon, Tenn M Frank, Misa
A J MoUord, Ky UP Landmen, Ala
TMJonei, Mlai QLMoibr, Ark
H V Loc ke, Tenn I Mo-rlr, Tenn
J L Fortyihe, Pa J A Crowder, Ky
D Uarwold. tJ Y I N 8oa, M Y
M J O'Neill, Ohio 0 II Latham, MaM
j W Prueeiiijr, III J U Killebrcw, Tens
JFDullea. NY F K Keed.N Y
J M Jornogin AI.MImS Q Hhelby ie, Miia
KKUolllnit.worlh.Ky 11 II Keeae, N Y
W J Cherry, Tenn 0 B Cullora, Tenn
WTTowuea, Va li P Auhrer, Ark
J DThompaon, Miaa 8 M Ledner, N Y
J W Bryant, NO AM UatIb, Ark
o li ln.eraon. Tenn u rriener, aio
W W Beeler, Ky
f B Moahy, Toon
L Powell, N Y
Toot E Graoe, La
X U blunt, Mo
G 11 Liil.Ca'
M Htraua, N Y
II K MnOorney, Ark
W Hmilh. N Y
u yitiorne, n i
J Montirouiery.MiaaO R Carrineton. Va
r V MoKlrath, Mlaa
Mrs Barker. Hid
W It Ishara.M Y
P M Utckey, Aa
P ilnmpir, Miaa
J A Certriaht. Mill
N i Benson, Mill
J (1 Bales, Mo
C II Trlioble, Tenn
K W Abrama, III
W Liwrence, Tenn.
C Mall, La
0 0 Albauah. Ky
8 Gilbert, Ark
II T Kidd, Ky
J H Long, III
8 II Flolden, Ohio
A OhlHlere, Kt
f W Turner. Mlaa
J R 8oatea, Ky .
1 Graham, Tenn
The Now Usyoso.
FARRINQTOtf, BTHWART k WHITB,
Kat.i 12 8D tol p.r ay, according ti lioa-
urn oi rxoma.
WL Trice, T.nn J II Athey, Mln
W J Ber'y, Mini II M Btone, Miss
W Kurimon. Miu Mrs Lanadal., Miss
TT Dutlln, Miai V 0 Muaaeunan, Ky
Mra it rt vtutnn, Misi n it niuiiora, n x .
W Rttfley, Tenn J A Logwood, Va
? Gilbert, Mo J II neon, Tex
I H Waahburne.N 0 J M Jaoobi, N Y
R E Hunter, Tenn J R Portor. Mo
RJ Parker, Mo 1) Powell, Ind
C K Young, Ind " Woodaon, Ind
OH Page, Ala V 8 Alliaon, Mini
Kerguaon. Miia K u urown, Mlia
Hnean. Tenn J II Jenklna. Tenn
W W Camp, Tenn C li Harrison. N Y
I. K Tlnnlon. NY N L Floral I. Va
T N Oollioa, Miu UK Page, Mies
11 8 flasks, Mlas U m rritrliell, aim
JO Dunn. Tenn LVConk, Misa
K w How, lenn . m m imTia, Jionn
II B Folk. 'Jenn II V Uonegan, Ky
Miia 8 Rogan.Tenn 1) M Russell Aw, Miia
MrsCatupooll &i,MI( II l ('rune, Ohio
M Mnolaren Aw. Kng W W Wood. Ky
S M Miiloue, Ky K J Hylvestor, Ala
T J Calvin, Misa J 8 Chandler, Miia
L (lanln'r. Mill 1'. n t'olenian, Aik
T M Hill. Ark K K llrr a. Ark
0 Iloilnes, Toun B K Finher, Tonn
R ti l'urktr, Tenn R rliuloo, T.nn
Jil l ood, Miss.
W. II. BINtlUAM M.h.oib.
Euro-en plan. Knlarg:d nu ' refurnished.
I'rlca joi-oruing i ,ico ana looa
tion of roiius.
t) II Peters, jr, Tonn KJ Hill, Tonn
V T Uouglaaa, Tenn F H Lothiun, Tenn
B Co, Ark Mini Lttarhn, Miss
Misa C llavis, Miss Mils b IJuvli, Misa
Ml-i N Uavii, Misa II Short, K 0 Kit
R Battier, Tenn C Pavne, Tenn
P At Winters, Tenn Kb llroug, Trim
N K Co'o, Tonn 8J llee-T, Tenn
J W Udem Aw. Misa W 11 Koklos, Miai
J Kinman, Ark J Nnylor. Tenn
A RBogaid, Misa W K McDonald, Tenn
V M Farmer, Tenn B Parker, Ark
A D Sudil.it h. Miia Tc Fe-guion, Mlfi
J 11 Leslie, Tenn tl White, La
A M l.autbreth. Tenn J MCrewa, T.nn
K II Manlore. Kaa Mrs Bliiodwortti, Misa
J Q Farmer, Miu J M Miloh.ll, Tenn
J M Irwin, Ark L P I)rske, Ark
J W tonard, Ia JHtevona, la
II P Vorwood, M Y C c Cannon. Tenn
II T Byera. Tenn J W Reno, Mo
U Madden, Mo 8 K Fre.lerick, Mil)
C A Wilaon As.Mlaa D Pllarria, Miaa
CT Matthews, Tenn H M McUmore, Mill
J V Lobdell, Miss tlU Collin, NY
W II K inbroUKh, Misi J N Johnson. Arii
T A Nolan, Ohio N 0 fooit, Mies
AWMoIntosh.tw.Ark J W Jor.lsn, Mill
Misa B Thomaa, Miaa Misi h Thoinaa, Misi
Miss I Thomai, Miia , A Kioe. Ua
CNKight, Ark J T llillsman, Tenn
8 T Bogert, Ind A Harris, W Va
R A Baird, Mils T K lavi, Miss
Misa Davia, Mill Misi Davis, Misa
Miaa Davis, Misa Miss Colley, Mill
IlMiry tnroirnB Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Komi.
MM, Too and It per day; AuieiloanJMao,
Si per day.
Firt olnisReiturant in th. Hotel.
J. M. DU1 FY (ill years with Peabody Hotel),
W B Roberts. Ky K W Smith Aw, Tens
Mrs ti lluxtelile, Art w 11 Kose, Ark
K 0 Arkley, Mo AY (1 Pnsohall. Tenn
K l.oraa. Tonn
T J Welch, Tern
K L Dibble, Tenn
tt w Namn. Altsa
W Naron, Miaa W A II Coop, Tenn
A A Martin, La Win Wtiioo, La
GTJenekns, La 0 C Heir oh, 'hio
V Uulntol, jr.Tenn W II Brown, Ind
J U W Uibson, Miia JS Cross, Tenn
J D Bherrel', Ala Mra 1, Mirrroll, Ala
Miss H Bnshnne. Tex Misa At ItUir.ri.Misl
J I) lllggera, Misa W F Weugunr-r, Teno
t; t nam, lenn r Kuscolne, Ark
J A Town., Mi-s Mrs Bloodworth, Mill
r J Caldwell. T.nn V M llumuiond. Tenn
P M Morrla, Tonn W L Brown. Mo
W L Davia, Misa 11 I Sutherland, Mo
K M Irvine, Ala J K Ronnie, M I
M Monaghan, Tenn C M Adams, M
11 B Adama, Mo PJ Sheppard, Md
WC Hallows, Tex RMNunun, Ky
M L Taylor, Mo.
I'nre.f Liver t'omulalail.
Iowa Fails, Habdik Uo., Ia.. Jnne
8, 1S85. 1 have teen using Allcocka
Forous 1', alters for four yiara and
think I could not Kit sloi g without
them. For a long tinii I wse itlllit'tod
wittt a pain under my riiiht etiouldcr
t .i , , . .. .. . ,
D Htlfl, 1 Hl-0 I1SI COUSIOUIUOle tlllllCDI-
f v in hreithing. I appl od nn Alicock's
I'cro'is r.antfr on my imrt ani one
m v nKttuI 1 ho, i ..lit. t, ..i r tl.cin .
pry four dn s, ami t thu e.id cf three
wi?kj w, b en'ireiy curui.
. 8. STEVENS
AFFAIRS OF THE ISDUSTBIAL
IXST1TITE AMD COLLEGE.
The Fourth Story of the Hnlldlng
to Be Completed Killed
by a Train.
'special TO TBI ArriAL.I
Columbus. Miss . September 23.
The Board of Trosttea of the Indus
trial Iristiluta and College have elected
Wise Mary JS. Hipkins. I rort uir
Eon, Mies., icstrnctiesa of vocal mnsic.
An BPDioDrianoa wan made lor trie
eatablishm -nt of an ir-firaafry for tbe
college, adopting the plica drawn by
the lata Col. J. J. Thorr ton.
A reeoliitinn wis pa? ei allowirg
tba presid nt an a aiatant.
llielonri.h s'ory of the building Is
to be ccmuL'ted aa soon n money can
be raited, and fifed np to cor espond
witb tbe rest of the ba ldirg. This
will enable seventy more g'rh to ob
tain board in the college than can be
A resolution wis adoptei requiring
Mrs. Crowell. mittie'Sof drMsmiklna,
to vibit New York every vacation, in
order to ke?p berielf thoroughly pes ed
as to all improvement in bsr depart-'
Toe president's bonse Is so ng; np
rapidly and will be completed by Jan
uary 1st. It Is ti be a handsome
building of eight rooms on Washing
ton aveou , just opposite the. college.
w. ii. Nichols, ageJ Tl, a young
white ma", wbo tax been employed
on lha Georgia Pacific railroad aa
trakemao, fell be'wteu tu cars tcdy
one mile north of Fayeta Court LIousj
and waa instantly killed, lie wai a
native of Lowndes county and unmar
Hnilroail ITitiea fixed bjr tbe Com-
laraaui.Ti thi ArriAL.I
Jackson. Mihs., Septrmber 21. The
commission, today, promulgated rates
for tbe Mobile and Oh o aid New Or
leans and Nur.hesstern railroads-. The
rati a of the former are soma r.duc'.lou
on the ratei formerly adopted by the
cammi-sion f jr that roa t, and on the
later road the rates are practically tbe
sirae aa their former taiifl. With the
exception of a alight reduction on cot
ton, rosin, turpentine and live stock,
the reductions on the NoitheaU
ern railroad were made mainly to pre
vent tbe f at discrimination againet
Meridan. The ratea ko int j elf.'c
Bis Conneellon Vlltb Eureib Ttni.'
pie to cea.e October lat.
Sr. Loois, Mo.. Septemter 23. A
dispitch was sent out from hire on
the mti inst. eta tire teat Jr. ;nue-
scbein bed been e-eloted Rtbbi cf
Congregation Hhaarn Eareth, of this
city, for one ear at a sa'aty of t50C0,
but at tbat time the reason why the
opponents of Dr. Bonne chein, whi
are Bald to be in the mrjority, agreed
to his reelection bad not benn made
public, and therrfore bnt half of the
story wai told. It now appears that
there was conpied w.tn tbe rr-eiectiot
of the doctor tbe distinct understand
ing thit he was to dee'ine there
e'ect'on, but that he thonld retain the
eaiary. xnia nnaeratanoiog, or agree
ment, baa been carrtva cut, ana at a
meeting of the Bjard of Trustees la'.t
night, the who'e matter wis settled to
the satisfaction of bo'.h sldep. Dr.
Sonnerchein's ennnecion with Shears
Ktireih Te:nple and Congregation will
abioluttly caese on the let of October.
A piominent member ol tbe lioard ot
Trustees states tbat tbe opponents of
Dr. Honi.esi'hetn f greed t) pay blm
tha5C00abve mentioned eimply to
appease bis friends end to prevent a
ditraptlon of the congregation.
TUUNDEU AND HAIL.
Hall ones Five Inch) In lrfiim-
Madison, Wis,, Bepiember 23. A
heavy hall storm ra a d over the city
and suiroundir g ccuatry early this
morulnir, riddl ng the tobicco leavas
in many fhkls whica r mimed unhar
vcpUhI. Knme of t ie etones picked up
t Waihlurn Observa'ory measured
five inches in circumference. Snade
treei wer badly damaged, hundreds
of b'rda wein ki.led, and a'Jcut 80(10
pines of glai wie srrashed.chif fly in
greeuhomes and photograph iky
l ghts. Th storm's approuch weBBic
ouded by lunvy rnintilinK sound end
intonse mmt, and Ijf ra of a timed.)
were ao great that huiidrtda ol latni les
11 jd to tcelr cllar.
Terrllle Thunder a lor m nt tll'.wau-
Milwaukkk, Wis , Bpptembsr 23.
A torriilo ihundtr atorj). wi'h hail
accompaniment, swept over the city
about 7:30 o'al ck thW morning. Tbe
iiiiLlaU wai v.ry heavy. Duiicg the
prevalence of tbe etorm tbe heavens
were almost as dark as night. The
bouse of Robert J. Arthur, on the
west ride, was bdly wrecked by a
thunderbolt, and Mrs. Arthur danger
INJURED BY A FALLIM1 WALL.
An Accident nt the Olil I.owenateln
T. H. Ealell, Aaron Liwery and
Wm. F.'ge, thrje colored men at work
demolishing the old Lowenetin build
ing, corner of Main and Jeffrr-'on,
weto bmt by a falling wall t'jia mim
ing, fcstell is thought to be injured
internally. Thentuersare only alight
y hurt. The three were among a
numbtr engated In tearing down a
Bcctlan of the couth wall of tbe build
ing, and piling tbe bricks oq the flrtt
floor. Toe floor finally g vve way un
dtr the weight impo ed upon it, and
at the same time a part ol tbe wall
gave away. Th men at woik there
wsre precipitated to tbe ground and
covr-md wi h bricks aod ihe debr h,
h it none of them were hurt save the
three mentioned above
WlthDrew Freui tbe Fool.
Louisville, Ky., Septerub r 23. It
ia stated that tbe Ohio and Mississippi
railiod has withdrasrn from tbe Cen
tral Tratlic Aaocia'ion, which was
formed recently for the purpose cf
maintaining a fixed rate on pat sengera
to any point touched by two roads.
Tee association iacltides nearly all
tbe ImtvoUut railroids in the Missis
sippi Valley. I' is not known whether
the Ohio and Miss's ippi will inaugur
ate a rate war or not.
They Are Not Horry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
gret that lo, the day they first adopt
ed Tarker's Tonic as their regular fam
lly medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that iioth
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a groat majority of canes
ltuy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any prates rom t'B.
PnTHirrxl wtth f rtrt nvnrt to Pnrttr. Srmirf eil
Htaltliriilnnis. lir. l'rlueV li ikliiir I'owUof cuntalaa
no Ainmonla,I.lm.,Alnin orlWpnates. I r. 1 rtvtt
KitraoU, Vanilla, Lemon, etc, Uaror dellcloualy.
PRICE IAKIN0 POWDBt CO. Chlcmp ant A Lxte
Moit haprlly meeti the demand of tbe ae
for woiDnn's preuliar stlliftions. Itii a rem
edy for WOMAN ONLV.and for on. 8HK
CIAL CLAB ot her disranes. It isaipeoiflo
for c.riain diseased camlitioni of tbe womb,
and io oontrnla iho Menstrual eriani es to
regnlat all deranvements and irrefrularitiel
ol her Momhlr Siokneis. The proprietor!
claim for tbjs remedy nn other inedieal prop
erty. It ! striotly a Vtota.le Compound,
the itudied preanriptlon of a learned phy
lioian wh leipeeialty wm Kimii.k UiHiiaxa,
and whote fain, became enviable because of
hia success in the treatment anl cure ef
lemale complaintf. t-ufferlnit women, it
will relieve you of nearly ail cam plaints
peculiar to yomr i ex.
K,r sale by druexlsis. Writ, for book,
"Mesaaie to Woman," mailed tree.
lUMiflKl.n rtauwr.sTna On , Atlanta. 0.
Morses, Catt!e, Sheep
DOG3, nOGS, TOULTltY,
In me for over 20 yenrn by Formers,
Stockbi'codcrs, Horso 1?. lt.f o-
Uaod by U. 6. Ccvornment.
iar STABLE CHART -sa
Mounted on Rollora k Book Mailed Frea,
IIuiuplireya'Med. Co., 109 Fulton 6t K.T,
eranmaMJifm tirvsrjraesti n lanawiaiiiiB
f&i$!M HOHECrATHIC f f&
Iu.um U) wr. Tho oaV rccvpn remodjr fur
Nervous 1 Debility, Vltsi Weakness,
And ProHt ration, from Tr-wiirk or oilier onun.
f I porvinl nr& tfalminti Iftrti powder, for
Isold itY DnitotusTH. nrai'iit, poftpnul o.i recoiptot
pneo. HtuatijIire'W.-iiltineto., H'U .wlltm St., V
A book of 100 pages.
Ihe best book ft r
fg ' ftDatlvVI llBOr Ml Oun
Lan&ilvei titer tooon.
n.wspapers and estlmatei o tbe eoat ol ad
Tertiaint. The aiyertiaer who wants to apend
one dollar, finds In it tbe information u- re
quires, while tor him who will Inret one
hur.dred thouiani dollar! In advertising, a
ach.uje is ladiwtod whloh will meet hit
very rqilrm.nt, or can be made to do 10
j elinhtohanw easily arrived at by corre
spondence. On hundred and nfty-thre.
ditlona have boon leaned. Bent, postpaid,
to any addroialor ten oii'. At. ply tn GEO.
P. ROW ELL 00., KEWaPAIIR AD
VKRTISINi UURKAMHpruoeat. .Pilni
n Honaa Hnwar . N w fn
ally cauwil by s dluonlcrwd oonilition til thu LI V b K
For sit tiointilinW ill tliis kind, micli aa J'uryldity uC
the Llvur, llillouwierta. Norvoiw ll)Kp.isia, lii(!ies
tlita lrnKnirity ot the bo.vel, tuiihiipatlun. I'liittl
lBiicy kiruuuli.uia and burning nt the Btomai'h
(smn.'tiiiHui oallml Huartburiil, Miasma, Malaria,
IlltMHly FhiL Ohdla and ruvr. UrBaklNine lever,
Kiuuti,.n bnlure or altr Foioni, Ulinnlc lir
rhuea, Lom ol AlPliti Moadjflie, Vuul Breath,
Irraaiilsritlea inunlouUl to Kemalee. .Bi'srli-jr-d.iwn
1'ninH, Oiuikaolte, Ao., Ao. STADICER'U
AUR ANT1I InvalUIIPIfi It Is not a panacea
Ft all ilmiiai but win CU RE all diaeaaOB oj
the tlVER.STOMACH aul BOWELS, ft
oliaiiaua the liHupTeiin from a ar. yoll"" ttns,
lo a ruddy, healthy oolor. II entirely raraores low,
al.ioiiiy spirlla. It la one of the kf Alltntir
a.l 'rirt if l hlott, md It a paluaMt tome.
Fur sale by all Dnicciat. rrtoe tl.00 por bottle.
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST., PhlladelphlB, P.
C.B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. SO MADISON STREET.
"Londtci" Trouser itretcher
Patented In Enron and Uni
ted Matei. Nolfi Aarenta la
aillril siiaiim for oelebratett
John Hamilton 3l Co. Stretch
er. Takes bnvKlnaf out ol
hnMej rostoree pantaloona tc
orlinal lhape. Only patento!1
Stretcher oombininaicrew rog
in oouinination with clampi,
All others Infringement!
Original and on-jr atrrlclii'i
t.r aroatllrnifii' nae. Br
Expresi seourely packed. Price 12 Ml. Writ
lor circulars. Arente wnnted tn .v.ry city
l w. MMHiHir '.. Bi.alon.Wawa
Positive Cure for Piles.
For sale by all dmartlits.
ON SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, ltvW. at No.
I JO Market etreel, Merapliia. Jea.,I
will sail to the hiahest bidder lor cash, all
the Household ana Kitchen l urniture, ln
clndine one Parlor tet. thiee koi.m bta and
Kitchen Furniture, 10 resiuenc. 1 i.ii
....I-- ...... A A .'I. kv.li.lll, 'n Ia M
recorded in book .11, page Mt, in Register'!
outce, end by mrcCMon o rcoencmry mere'
unto. L. li, McFAKLAajf, liuiito.
C MS 4f?Sp
liUHBEH YARD I
auriuiiLivjf &fu.a iuautunviurcri oi
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASS DEAI.EUS IS
Doors, Sash, Bllr.t, Dressed Flooriuir, Oelllnir, Weather Boar dli,
Cypretts NblnKles, lAtliti, lite.
ayarOmr faollltiea are unsurpassed br any sawmill la the 8octh for HI lrgorderipromptlf.
Fleoring, Ceiling, hiding, .Step Lumber and Cypreii bhinglea a apeoialtyi also, Framlaf
Lumber of all dim.niioni. We make th. Wholesale Buainoaa a apeoial feature. Order!
oltcitod and promptly Hied.
geo. rayiim,e:r, agent,
l?o.'124 Jefforsoa Street Memphis. Tennessef
JaW 1 mmm-mm t
No. 344 Main Street
sAeri.r.s anar ajrwuj FPi,irATl(n.
&LED6E BBOSof Como, Clsa. F.
Mor S58 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
HERNANDO INK CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TEW.
OFFICE 22 Bfadlson St. (Desoto Bank Building).
S. n. PUN8H0MB, R.L.COCHRAN, J. IT. McDAVITT, P. M. NFLSON,
L. II AN AU Kit, A.VACCAKO. J. R. PSPPEK. W. 11. MALLUKY,
N. FONTAINE, JOE. BRUCE, J. T. WILLIN8.
S.II.iDCNSCOMB.Pm't. JOS.BBUCt',V..Pm't. J.H.DUSC03IB,Soc'y
KELLY, ROPER & EEILLY,
ir ocers k Cotton Factors;
No. 8tta Itain Street. Oaroaw RIoek.
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engines, flfachlnery of All Descriptions,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
AJCIDBBW 8TEWABT, Mew Orlaana.
HO. S08 AND S8S FBOKT STREET, HESSVIim, TESTS..
STEWART BROTHERS & COUPAIIY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION KEBCHANT8,
mm nri . ee.ena
JNO. 8. TOOP. . I,. McflOWAN.
r vi ' "
And Dealers In Levee
No. 374 Front Street'
rs wi j.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE G!
M. JONBS. Pr.ild.nt. I. F. PETERS, Vlca-Praildaai.
tw! ?D. I. HAWEIK, Bacretar7andTr.aaur.r.
ornruuri to Polera'A Bawrle,)
M1NUFACTUKEKS OF THE "MAG50LIA. BB1NO"
38 3S and 40
H. M. JONM. TSO. K. BP88r. t. F. PETKRB. (IRQ. ARVOLP, P. F. BATTRTK.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 31 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
LA If I'M h &1IBV
Cotton Factors, Wliolcsalo Grocery
L. C. TYLER.
(SUCCESSORS TO ECKERLT. STONK CO.!
Also, Agents lor the ITinship Cotton Oin aad Tress,
N ; RONT STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
W bolesjvle Dealers lu
M. NOBFLEET, Eealdeat Partaer.
I ANDREW D.GWTSUK Marr fftli
j m At
.1. 8. MoTIOHE. W.O.PATIKSON.
ana Cotton Fader.
and Builrosul Snpplies,
W. T. STOSE.
r?a 0 ffl -
283 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MO WD AY, SEPT. 6.18S8.
For Board, Tuition, eto., aee eatalogne, or
PP16B0OTIIEW MAURELTAN.Pre.'deTit. .
Hrs. Bowies' School
Opens Sept. H, at 155 Adams St
SPECIAL advanUKei for yooni ladioi In
English I'oa'so, Latin, German, French,
Mnsie end Elocution. -
Thorough initruotion o modern metsoda
ia offered to bori and irla (rom primary
classes tbr-urh r.mmaT cnuree.
The Higbee Schoel
FOR THE HIGHER
Education of Young Ladies
E.ale, Lauderdale and Jeeiamine ttl.,
laeorporatctl with Collegiate Prlv
AN INSriTlITIoN OF HTOH REPUTE
AND KNOWN 1XCELLLNCK.
Fall Term Opens Muudaj, Sjit 20,
iVTbomnch Enslish and Clasiieil Conn.,.
Modern Languages by Foreign Teaobera.
Bnok-keepinu-, bfiort-hand and lype
boboola ot Ait, Mnsia and E.ocution noted
Special atudenta received in every depart
BienU A new and elegant buildlnu will be arreted
during tbe iu miner atd tnil , wh'rein will ba
lurniabed a spacious itudy bal1, large pri
mary sobool-roomi. class-rooms, laboratory,
library, gymnaaiuui and art gallery, which,
with the elegant man-ion usd lor hoarding
pupils and the wooded puasure grounds,
will form one r.t 'he moit coiupiele ichool
fvundationa in the South.
Cataloauei ready August 4th.
Fnr information address
MISS JKNiNY M. HIGBEE, Principal,
ya phis, 1fjn.
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMPHIS, - - TEXX.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
taught by the methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati School of Design, first success
fully int'oiuoed here by Miss Carrie Dea
Innde Dobyna, Principal School of Art, the
Send Tor Bprrinl Circular tor Art
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the 6rst of September. Voice Training
and Vooaliiation a ai ecialtt .
Apply at K. Winmann di Co.'i, Second
itreet. or (). K. llouck. Main street.
For YonoK Ladle, and Children,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annual Preston will begin Moa.
day, loleniir CO. 13H0.
Miss S. F.Kay's Art Studio.
UEOPENS OCT. 4, 180.
PUPILS prepared for "Tbe Art Studenta'
League," of New York, or any other
first eloaa art ichool they may deiire to enter,
ddresa Wo. H7 efantimm Mrft.
WITH experienced as'ut&Ftfln all de
partment!, will begin it. liith year
On September IS, 1HSU.
at No. 174 Hernando itreet, tormerly Grace
Church. Bora oreDared tor either Buiinei
or Col'ege. liisciplina firm andat'ict: in-
atruotion tnorougn ana niouern in meiooua.
Modern Languages a apodal teature.
For terme.elo , address or oall i n
WHARTON S. JONES,
136 Tfern.ndo street, Memphis. Tenn.
MEIKIAL ttEfAHVaiEM I'
Tulane Uniyersity of Louisiana.
(Formerly, 1847-1884, the Univenlly of
r'.S advantages fur practical Instruction in
J!,..,.. nl h Kntltl, OTA4t AM linriVRled.
os the law secures it super'iindant ninteri-
nls from tb grrnt i.'liarny uospimi wun ua
7U0 beds, and 20.000 patirnta annually. Stn-
der.tn have no hosp lal-lees to pav auo sie
oial instruction ia daily givcu at the bednde
ol the sick, aa io no other institution, lor
catalogue or information, address
Prof. S. K. C11AILLE, M. D., D.an,
P. 0. Drawer 5iil. New Or:oni-s, La.
TEl'ERSBUKG, VA. Tho Twenty-second
L Annual Session ot this School lor Boy I
begins the first Mor day in October. Thor- ,
ough' piepnrfttioTS ftr Unlveisily of vir
ninia, lnadiug l'npiuetrins; Schoo'l end
l.nitcd titatoi Military :.r.d Navvl Acado
rr.iesi highly ranoinmended oy F.iou'ty of
UnWeriity ol lrginifl : iu 1 n'nff of iris! r-. at
om j aituatloa hcalihlal. Enrly apidicntior
ndviecU, a ouranor of bonrde a is ttrictl
limited. Por catalogue addrexs
w. HQHDON MoCABK. Head Master.
Georaetown ColJegs, D. C.
TK AI'AII.NIO aM ( IF.STIF1C
M 3IIIOI.N open .September 9, ltisti. Apply
to President of the College.
THE NriiODL nF lIHCIiE opem
Sept. 20, 1W. Aip!y to I'rol. J . W .11.
Lovejoy, M. D., 900 12th atreet, N. W.,
Washington, D. C. . . , A.
THK 8 lluOli 'F I AW open! on ths
Kirat Vedneaday in Ootober. Apply to
Rami. M. Yalman, Seo'y. oorncr bin and
If. streets, N. W., Washington. D.C.
J A M A . flOONAN. S. I Pre.'t.
No. S361, R. D. In the Chanoery Court of
Shelby County, Tenn. State o( Tennea-
see vi. Sarah Zanone et al
It appearing from She'iff'i return In thla
cause that the defendant, Mrs. L Hall,
Bertie Hall and Harry Hull, are not to ba
found in hii county i .,... ,
It ia therefore ordered, That they rnaka
their appearance herein, at tn Court-llousa
ol (Shelby oounty, in Memphis. Tenn. ,on or
before the first Monday in Ootober, 18-0, and
Elead, anawer or demur to complainant a
ill, or the lame will be taken for confessed
aa to them and set for hearing exparte; and
that a copy of this order be published one. a
week for four suooessivo weelta in the Mem
phis Appeal Thia 2d day ot beptamber, 18).
A copy Attest: . .
S I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Matter.
By H. F. Walsh, D. C. and M.
K.;H. kC. W.lieliie.l, Solictors foi Com
No. "239, R. D. In the Chanoery Court' of
Shelby County, Tenn. Anna Aioliioiiii et
al. vi. John 11. Lenow et al.
It appearing from Sheriff's return in thia
eauiethat the defendant, John H. Fiippin,
ll not to be found in his oun'v ;
It is therefore ordered, That" he make
hit appearance herein, at theleonrt'hnueein
Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn.,on or.befor.
the first Monday in Ootober, 1H8S, and plead,
aniwer or demur to complainant'! bill, or
the lame will be taken for oonfeaaed "to
him and set fcr hearing exparte; and that a
eopy of thia order be publiined once a week
for four aucceasive weeks, in the Memphii
Appeal. Thia 2d day of (September, 1886.
A copy attest: .
8. I. MnDOWELL, Clerk and Maetar. ,
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Maater.
Craft k C io per, Sols, for eompl t. frt m
A Valuable Patent.
Dnwey'a (Horae) Crai aad P Flam.
HAVING perfected my Invention, I wish
:o plue it before th. public .specially
mannfaotorara. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect auceese oreni th. drill, distributed
tho seed aeevrat.Iy, anininred, and eoverd
the same, thereby ono nian performing tha
work of thr... Th.'' hava been need in
thiaieotion for over adoiep yeara with per
iod satisfaction, fan give respotiibl. toatl
To Real I'slate Owners at.d Apentg.
L1ARTIE3 having lidewalka to put down
XT will find it to their interest to applyfo
W. B. LOCKEY, 32 Mnd'". or ihop,.IWl
Recond. Contractor for l-wart'l Oraon