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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1886.
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MEM OF NATIONAL REPUTATION
SOW IN GOTHAM.
The Commf rclal, Soc'al and Political
World Well Represented Sum
mer Tonrbts Rcturniug.
New York Star: It used to be tbat
many Southerners got no ftutber
Hortu than Baltimore, while still more
of tbe thir.sand who now fnonu to
Gotham stopped at Philadelphia for
bosines", for pleasnre and f .r educa
tion. This waa especially true of
medical students. A very larg. pro
portion of tbe physicians of tbe South,
wbcs4 diplomas are dated "before the
war." are still wont to speak of tbe
glories of the old Jefferson School, of
Philadelphia. Bollevue baa taken its
p'a"n with tbe ycucger generation.
With people of leisure and taste in
the South the annual trip to New
Yoik has become a fashiooable neces
sity. Ho'els and boarding houses rely
upon these visits cf Utitiioiajlo loin
with comolitcent confidence- and de
cline to make arrangements which
wcu'd inteifrre with their lobular
Hmithetn visitors. And tow is tba
The tames on the hotel resists ra in
elude much of the wealth. iutellitteucB
amlenterprwiol tboHontu.ana wou u
almost ti 1. the hiRtory or the country
W. W. Htvinion. Le :n fc'arny. J. L
Lynns and M. tfaiiche Hre among the
p'-omirent prife.sioual and busint-fs
men from the fir.it city of the fc'oath
Ti e l ist named Ketitkman is one of
tl-e ownirs of tho most prttBiitious
hnililinir. iu an nrclntetturnl point 01
view, in New Orleans. It is of glaaa
and iron, in Moresque stylo, an imita
tion of the Alhambra Tiie delicate
. and iitri.alo tncjry in which the iron
iacieta'id the oxqtiinitu propnrtimiH
f iti ,ho o muke it a v ry bemiiiiiil
building. For a tioute iuttnd-iii for
lmuinfMi mirn:'se?. the cos'' whs very
larger, fn Isriif, indeed, that its fint
ownrr failed, and it is fa'd 1 1 have
brmght flna' cial dimuitor to everybody
wlia ever owned it. The irmwork
i fit ia Holly ispriuir'. Miss, he
lord tt e war, at a time when the Soutli
bad as yet matli no bjast ol trie j to
jrna of her iron industii'S.
The great major.ty of Alabama ar
rivals a e from the prosperous north
ern towns of the coal and iron re
jriona, while ti e onregrdat city of
Si .bile makes lit le figure.
Oa the reglhter of trie Fifth Avenue
a few days ago, appared the uameaof
W. 11. Jacmon, w fe and daugh'er,
Naihville, Tonn., a family iinme which
was borte by one of the Senators from
that Utaie in the lart ConKre3P, and
which boai's the ownersbip of ''I$ell
Mead," the famous blue gam stick
fa in neur Naehvillo. A few line? fut
tiier do n the pago are reiiiBtured Co'.
T. W. White and Ool. 0. L R ibiueon,
l Miraiasippi. At the Asor House is
It. J. Christian, of Richmond. Mij
H. B. Richardson, of tho Lonisiana
ti.a'eB ardof Engineers, has been at
the Hoffman II ue for eome days. He
basbaen arguing in favor of the levees
before t:ie Mirsi sippi River Commis
sion, and wai ably seconded by Geo.
-O. Wadd.ll, whose , quarters were
naosg a host of Sonthernera at the
JS aw York Hotel.
, At the same hotjl in Ihe name of
McClung, representative of the largest
business firm of Jiist r nnesno,Cow
u, MoGlung 4 Co., of Knoxville, hav
ing far years don an immense j ribbing
trade throuxhout Noith Ueorgia, West,
ern North Carolina. Bou hweat Vir
ginia and Eist Teiineste. George R.
.Hibley. L. H. Peck, U. McDanlnl, An
deis in, Lawton, K kutein, Viotnan
and a hott of o thorn from Atlanta, 8a
vannab, Augusta and the prrsperaug
towns of Ueorgia, the Jvupira a ate oi
the South, are Bcat'ereil from Ihe tain
iormbU nn-town liotels t the commer
cial hmt s down t )wn.
At the New York Hotel, New Or
Kana fashion and wealth have bom
largely rnpiesented durng tliw pnat
week. Col. A. 11. Afay.the paitner in
ttie c tt u budnem of tho lat KJ
HicliHulHon, wiio left, a fortune of $15.
tWO.OOl) ti J'.'O.OOO.OOO, is there with
his wife and two' jonrg dauchtora;
Mr. T. L Hayne, a promuieut lawyer
ot the Crotcont City, in returning
Hou'h witii his datiithter and Mi.o
Britton, of Natchf z, M b-., from Nar
r4CTtis!tt P'nr; M'. a'nl Mro. M. G.I
lie, Mrc. Joe. M. Parker, Mis i Sadie
l'arkraud JliiS Annie Payne have
been spouding the eurcmer iu S ir--toga;
Mrs. Thoimis L. Clarke a;:. 1 Mr.
Jis. St'ne have been to Deer Park.
Mr. P. 0. Favende. a lcadirg hrokerof
Carondtdtt ttront, ia with his wife at
toe Albeina le: 1". Howard MiCi.eb,
Kt. Nichi'ai;C. M. L irla.Gi'8y Hoiue;
U. A. o. Vanght. New Y tk ilotel
Mil. Stockton, in the October nura-
beruf The CViifiin. ompletes hH in.
imiable novol'itte, The Casting
Away of Mrs Locks and Mis. Ala
ehhx1." snd Mr.Howells provides Iem.
lift It t'k.-r with a new employment
mid a quarrel with 'Manila Oner, in the
r.iuth cartel "Too Mini.- tot a Charge.
Ttie ehnrt (itorlns of fin numbfr are
"A Suuimer Miod," by Heln Grav
Culm. Hint A homier ot tlia O-.innlie,
iu wbioh Thora-a Nehon Page's
P'.wo s is a itory writer find new
in ihe Ottob;r tiumrjeri f Ihe Century,
ii n mnres that :n tho November nnrii
b r wi-t b giv?n te Hrst chnptirs of
"Ttio Au ii r eed Lifo of Line ilii," by
Jo1 n G. Nio ny and John Hoy, who
wre the Pr'diuen 8 private a.cret
rioa Ai l.in -olu ia tl.e gioiitcsi Uuie
in Aiiii'i:r'i h storv.so aio liischo'en
bigraihua liy onpo'ttinity, no le-a
tha i ii era'T frculty, bo-t qutlilied to
iimk xhe h i ry i f l is life a gain to
Anmirui 'it.. r I'uri-. R-mdera who
liavo not tli j pnrional in'oreol of the
v ter,;nii of tho war in the battle 6ft'
rio. ill liud in t!;e hitoiv of Lincoln
in it a' p'Sis s rially, and can 1 illy
illuetr An,', tin hhiiilitig of 1 terary
elm i in, tin rs miiiief of k-iiiu, una ihe
in crtH1, tf mou o t .us events; wlm
l.'i r iPfiUr.. a tliw war seiies be.
i-nniis 1 hi fir.d less p ominet't as a
.fontr.ro of tliw niHin :'.in, will eee In
iliii bif pranhy i f the civic chitftain a
Id-ror ii'v of il e lciuli- gpraonaiitiea
in uvea of the a rniigle.
This OctoVer iitln Inst nuntliorof
thi prctent volutr.e of .S'(. Xwho m, anil
cnrtailiB the ronciudii g cliai'teri of
" Lit'le I.or.l Kant tln y," Mrs Uur
.lH'tt'a deiiglitfal and in t hucc aslul
'st'ry: t ''Gcurge Win-liington," llor
ace 13 S u-idfr'a euiunuiniug story of
tha life oi our cnuiil'y''' g'tn" her.);
of "The Kilp Ga'herfrj." J T. Tiow
briiite's pppuU.r ai d r-'a istiu acconut
of by li on the 5Iino co st; of
"N'.m'n Rnolt." Rir'o LiUtinura All-
inu'a clever story of how four bright
rli broke ow..v from the slavery of
limhioa- and of "Woniiira o! ti e Al-nntif-t
the inlerett ng rapers by
llanrv Kukfo-d. cn a sibiect m :et of
ut know too woll to know much
nhoiit. A danco at the procpectu',
however, will make it clear tbat it is
.act jrro3td to allow the mag ineto
fall off whit in interest the coming
year. And the continued stories and
articles iuat csmpleted will be c'osily
to uo wea by tne attractive ieaun
promised lor the succeeding volume.
There is plenty of room in
the present number for the usuil
ehcrter itoriea and ake'chis; among
which are a jolly girl a"d boy yaJ ht
Ing story by tbe Rv. Cbar'.es R Tal
bot, one of C F. Holdei's ratuial hi
tory (ketches, an account of some old
time arms and armor, with inteicst ng
anecdet of the days of knighto and
chivalry, by E. 8. Brooke, while
Char!ea BjrnarJ tells what boys and
eirla have done in ' Tue Children a
Kiposit'on," and shows what other
girls and bays can do. Palmer Cox
relates how the Browties p ayed base
ball, and there are other pictures and
verses by Alf ied Brenran, Kdith M.
Tbomas, R. B. Birch. Ma'colm Doug
la, W. A. Rogerr, Bessie Chandler
and rra ay others. Ordtr of Maneford,
oa Main street.
Aa interesting paper by John Diml
try, eotiiled " I King's Gift," is one of
the mominent fea'urs of thebeanti-falO-tober
Magazine of American J Hi
lary. It ia the pleasant story nf events
in Louisiana about the time of tha
gift of that province to Spain, by
Louis XV, of France, who it seems
was heirtily tired of his American do
main. The Iloa. Charles K. Tucker
man follows with fresh information on
thes'jhj'ctof "PreeiiHnt Lir.oln and
Coloniz-ition," together with an esti
mate r.f the lof see tustiined by thu
exparlmeat with llavti.eho tly 1) fore
Lilcoln's death. "Tne T-rrit rial
Growth of the United Stato-,'' by
Wiiliam A. Mowry.ed tor of Education,
is an able and instructive emay wfiinji
ought to b9 studied by every intelli
gent reader in tha c un'ry: it is ec
eompanied 1 y a superb map in c lon.
"An Kartl quake in Kentucky," by
John James Audubon, a uraphic do-'-crip
ioa of what the g-ea'. raturaii t
oxpfrienced in 1825, wnl attruct nota
blea'tenlion at th's itinc'ure; and hu
excellent pcrti'i.t of Audubon is the
fr. ntispieco to thb magizne. Then
c.niflfl ' A Ra'.ic of One ot the
It-cicde Ju!gH," by the a
cnu i)l shed i-cholar, the Kev. Charles
W. Baird, D D., followed by tiie
civil war Bin 'lies cf ex':ept;otial merit.
GdU. John Watts da Peyster, wh i al
ways has something tofav tr.athuo'U
and loa'Iahle, writi s of "Anilrew At
kiutoa Humphrey onoof theprona-
Inent generals oi ine civil war, iriiro
iliictig much important histoiical crit
ici im. Tue serond paprr A Gen. Al
frad E. Lee, ' From Cedar Mountain
to IJhautilly," develops one of the
inoht trustworthy diecustions tf tha1
campaign yet punted. Mr. Galloway's
"Confederacy within a Confederacy"
is a singular record but intoos.dy in
t'lreiliug. The lettir of the Hon,
Luthor It Msrah j the Key. Mr. Hall's
"Printer of thn First Direct irv," and
the "Sketch of Robe -tJ. L. P. yioa"
are all timoly and imnoita it ontribu
tions. This magazine is grandly sus
tained and elicits the warmest oib
mendations in every qtiatter. Mang
fard lias it for sale.
In the opening a tide in The Popu
lar Science Monthly, lot October, oa
"ihe Distribution ot Wealth," Mr.
Churl 8. Ashlflv di;cuises the con li-
tiors wbidh favor the acquirement cf
great fortunes, and the effect of encn
B'CutuulntionB on the public welfare.
Tha address tf Presidont New on,
nri'RiilonloI the American Association,
nn "Me'eoriti'B, Meteors, and Shooting
Stirs," which, moie than any other
American, he has made his special
mibtiRt nt s'nilv. a nublished in full.
Prof. Bsnedici'a secmd rticlo of
'S)me Outlines f 'om the Hittory of
Kdata'lon" is devoted to tbe educa
tional ay items of the middle agi a.
valuable art.cle. on a t )P'C that is
thedavand i pi a tea to tho economic
Interest of all reader', is given in Mr.
E. 1, T oueesart's ''Microbes of A ji
mal Dsoasus." Ic is well illi s ra'.ed
Vr. Charles Ridi't furatahf s a curiou
"Pavchologicai Study of Fer." Of
another kind of luteiest are Mr.
Hiliir' observations on ''Some Pe
culiar Habits of the day Fisb." Ia
Ls Play's N-.iidiea tn hojial roenora-
ena," Mr. a. u. warner givs an bc-
ciunt of the lin and wortcs ot tin
French pl.ilooopher. In a paper
on "Universal Time," Astronomer
R"jal W. H M. Obrist e, alter
riviewing what lias been done
in tbe adoption ot tin lorm
standards o' time for the territories of
different nation?, preeeuts tbe argu
ments in favor t f liting upon a ningle
stiudard for the whole" world. I a the
next article Mr. Virgil G. Ea'on se's
bof ire oa the unhappy propped of "A
Bald and Tortillas FuUu " In "L fa
on a Coral Is'and," Prof.W. K. Brojks
ivesamost entettatning account ot
lis tojourii, cn an errand of a olouical
observation, on the Bahama wland
Abaco. a r. Harry Austin Do y ins
to anawcr the qne'tion, "Aro Blauk
and White Colois?" Another artiiln
treats of "The Pntlosopry of Diet "
M. A'heitUiudry describes some of
the'Gjrman Paleontologti al Maee-
urns." Prof. H. P. Armsby talis what
has besn learned of the produc!ion of
nitiates durini Ihe decay of nitrrgo-
noun oryauic matter a subjoot of
gro;t importance to cultivators of the
Boil. A biographical sketch and por
trait ate given of Gen. John Newton,
en. inter of the Hell Gate excavations.
Tbe Btibjct of "Fraud and Its Vio-
timn" auu "the ltocent JJiiuao weui
ing ot the American Aasrciation" are
treated in the "Editor's Table." Maos
foid has it for ml .
THE COTTON PL4NTEBS IN
The American Oil Trust Company
Their Tlan of Opera-tionf.
WE, MOMI, OCT. k
Between Baseball and Tibosgan Tarlis The Bluffs and All
Other (iron tids Too Small for the Monster Tents.
New Ohleans, La.. Septembsr 29
A movement wbich bas been on foot
in ttis State and Misaiaoippi for some
time to orgacizs th cotton planters ia
onposition to the American Cotton Oil
Mill Company has finally been per
bceJ. Tne Trus; Company isasyn
d cate which has obta ned control of
elgh y cotton teed oil mills in the
South, producing very near all the oil
of the country. Being witnoui com
p -titers or opposition it is ab'e to con
trol and t) monopolize the bu-iness.
In New Orleans, where it owns a'l the
oil mills but one, it has closed three,
and will thus be able to run with fewer
bands. Tbe company has deeded to
pay only $5 psr ton for ssed on the
river biLk, as agains; much larger
rat s 'n psst years. The complaint is
made by tbe p enters that with tbe
t ost of hauliDit these seed to the river
this rate will leave them no'hing. It
is proposed thet they ehullc-mbne
and force the mills tjg ve a better
i e,and that to this end they at an
reluse to tall cake teed to tho
mills for a yfar 'o come, f.:r.itg the
hter to remaii idlo and thui
breaking up thur moucpDly. Bytucii
aetior. it ia c almed the planttri will
It ho vi ry little, while if tha eeeu ia
iiaul ts a f ,'itdiz t it will rtBtoie the
f -itility of their l.inds and rejiay them
fur tnoie than the insignificant sum
novf eiven by the nWU. Estimating
the co t of bnuging the cotton seed to
e river b tnk ut per ton, tun pmni-
ers are now receiving only ahf ut sixty
cunts per t .n fnrtteir ned. Thopla-i
I ns ceeiveu the warm inaniHemeui
of ihe coantiy piess of the two'Sta e-i.
It ia nrop' Sia to agitate a pian to mrm
an orKaoizatioa throaghout the South
in oppofciu nto the American com
ianv. kuiI if o--8siolo to send repre
sn.atives to different distriti to pilot
out ta the farmers the advantage ot
A VKKY MAI) PltOllIlilllOSIST.
What Ue Thinks of Onr Legislative
Mannfacturera and Wbolestde Dealer In
No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
With All the Frefthneas of Spring and the 1
Oder and Fragrance of New Blown Hay,
PAH? TUP ,n ,t! "r"'t Entirely and Royal Magnificence
uUMlilU With All the Pomp and Splendor Snrround
Ing the Greatest of farthly Amusement Enterprises, Or
ganized by llie King of hhowmen and the It CLE It OF THE
PniTTTTr 70 Creaie a ew rn ,n Amnaements In the
uUIUlliU South, and Provide the People With What
They Aerer Saw Before.
A TRULY MONSTER SHOW.
Entire, Complete, Whole and Undivided, Transported From WhoWrjln Rrnfrg flM I;ntf011 FaClOr
1 PI , no TTI'f llV I'l t' l'V.'I'lVIl I'VIII! 11 III S I , V 1UI.1UU n www
JL. mtv 11 & llllU m. -- aji r m.wm.r ar
LAKOK RAILROAD CABS, Each Car Sixty
to Seventy-Five Feet Long,
etV-Comlni Pr 'rifely m It Exhibited liofoia Enthuxiaatlo Tboasandi in the Great Cltiei
of Kow York, P'iila'lllihl. Boston, Baltimore, Washington, R'ohmond, Chicano, Cincin
nati, Natbville, Pittsburg, Louisville and Hansai City, ana wnoro it Wai Vlsltoa ana m
travagantly Tndon cd by Landing Statesmen, Jadgo, Lawyers, Doctors, Representatives of
National, State and Foroign Governments, and liven by tbe Clergy-
To the Editor! ot the Appeal i
Tho people desire to know whether
thu Democratic raitv will put out a
Liti dative tcket. The rings which
met at the Exposition Building ou tbe
23d in the uarne of JJetuocricy nom
uated a ticket which roprtsents tbe
buntterc, bondholdorr, lawyers, dtidoa
and County Court; i.ut fortet or in-
tuitiomillv neklectod to nominate any
one t ) represent the peoi lo and.tneir
great Interests In hith ci y and coar.
,rr. Tbe oilv aspirant before the
convention who declared that he a'.ood
stiuvely upon the ttate Damncratio
piatform, and therefore, if elected
would be in duty bound to sub
mit tho qusttion cf prohibition
ti a voti ufktbe pe3ple, waa iaian-
liatn v def .atid bv Ivs opponent,
who said ' he was not a protiibit on-
ia'. never ha I been, and took a drink
whenever he fait ike it." It is, there
fore, urjdnisbod tbat said convention
of rings did purpose y nominate men
who would lejNJt and rolute to obey
ine u.'mvcrauc piaiiuriu. xjuub ijumui
lv Deinocrati ara forced to look else
hnro for a ticket But we will not
vi.ti the liermblicaa titkt.t. Now, un
188 BU1 nominees putdieh to the
Democ'Kla of the county that they
do a and firmly nnoa the State Uemo
rmio pltiform and will ob?y its
mandates in good fa.th, the p.rty will
b compilicd to maintain its prin
ciples and comitate a ticket tvr.t will.
KELLY, BOFEB & BULLY,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
ITe. 803 Main Street. Gayww Block.
. J. 6. MeTIGHI. W. 0. PATTKSON.
JNO. 8. TOOF. B. L. McQOWAN.
And Dealers in LeTeo and Railroad Supplies,
374 Front Street Memphis Tennessee.
THE PITIES & EIWEIE CI
. J0SB3; Prentdent. ''LP. PETERS. Vice-President.
iW. D. K. tiAWRfB, Pecretary and TreaBurer.
(Nnrrenori IO Vtitem A Swrle,)
MANCFACTUKEIiS OF THE "IIAG.NOMA BRA5D"
Hiilivw""" "'""' ' yf yniiil umuii
f: 2"wlW$lm "ViJf'' I 33 33 an,i 40 Jefleraon Street.
rVuJ "'if. nr'i , "C, T,-- . M. J0N1W, JNO. K. HPWBff. t. P. PETKR3, GKO. ARNOLD. W. P. P. BAWTt'B.
ip fc2 1IF lf fiOfi ''0
pfeMj Cotton Factors and' Commission Merchants.
M'MLLi o- 3U Front Street, Torner of Wonrne. Uleiiipfiis. 1 enn.
iT i PM
NIKSW OTEWABT, New Orloans. I AliUREW D. GWYU2TX Mwrakli
p nice BAKM POWDER CO.
CWcmro and St LeulA
Al Aagimtit.Uii., Keru.eto Work and
Auk lo Baent Hume.
AtiotisTA, Ga., September 2!). Yes
trliy mornitig twonty-flve l'aterson,
N. J., operatives, who came Kouth to
work in the Atinuet factory and who
rtfued t i work when thoy arrived
hi r and viowedthe litu tion, cal ed
on Mm Mvor to ask for parses home,
rrestdont r.iimry, of ihe Augusta fc
ton, rojiiettuied t) tbe Mayor tliat
the men cau.o litre fu'ly apprised of
tbe situation and not under uiiiajipie
tiMis'oriH. 11) Wca willing to stand hy
tho con racl mxl bv his egentwbile
in Tatcrson. Tiie New Jersey oper
a iVBH assert that tbey were betrayed
into c miiog to Augua'a. tbe Mayor
decllnpd to interfere and did not ece
how the city could furuiah money.
L'irl aid has buen employed by tbe
Kiiigh s. who will try to tvrite tne Au
gusta fictory tj retuua tne pa sage
Hay Fuvhk ia a type of catarrh haO
leg pi-cuVar svnip'onis. It ija'.ti'ndcd
by an inllam.'d condition of tha lining
membrane of the nostiils, tear-duds
and tbroat, atloctinii tiie lung'. Au
icrid mucus is a.ctetcd, the diudiargu
isi ccompaiiied with a burning actua
tion. Tin re aie sevore Si'aeos of
anetf.'iig, fiequent. attacks cf head
ache, WMtery Hiid intlnned ayes. K y'a
Urnain Balm is a remedy that can he
depended upon. 50 cf. at drugiiMs;
Ii? ma 1, r. gisteiod, HO cs. Kly Uros.,
Drtiggists. (Mwopo. N. Y.
Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and anti-perlodte knows. A eertaln
and sure our. for chilli. Prloe II per bot
tle. Bend stamps for olronlars. Any ref
erence .lien. Addresi Joha 0. Ruoker.
Child Birth Easyl
The lime hs come when tbe ter
rible atony ot this critical period in
woman s It e can be avo'rtxtl. A dis
tinguished pbyiiician, who spent 44
years in this branch of practice, left
to child hearing woman this leenoj,
Thk Mothkh'b KmitNi), and toy
theie aro thousands ot women who,
having uned this remeiy before con
tineuunt, rise up ami call his name
hle'sed. We cen prove all we claim
by living wilno'nn and aryone inter
ested cm call, ur hare their busbandl
do so, ami oe the o'itinal lotiers,
which we cannot publish.
All druggists sell ft. For particulars ad
dress liiiAnruu) Hkiiilatoh Co.,
The Only Circus Giving Exhibitions In New York City
T .v.nu nt. if T had time to visit your gigantic exhibition onoe a week during the
whole seaeom there is so much to see no one oould do the "'''jjp..
"More can b. learned in an hour in your tent, thanmonih fig-feYAKT.
"The otrous Droentel by Mr. Ba-nnm really merits its pretentious title, and is of more
aotual value a- so educational iaiUnUon for the youth ofgja AJ0!H"m'
First and Only Show to Ylslt the South Without Cutting Its PerformaactB.
Bead Ihe Voucher From Rnilroad Men and Penlils Will Be T lv
pellrU I.Ike Dew Uefore llie MornluK Sun.
"The Pennsylvania Railroad contracted to and did transport over its road, from New
York to Washinntnn. ns ars of the B. num and London r,hows, and has contracted to re
ceive on Oct " or 2. 1816. t Alexandria, Va.. or. the onnolusion f jour Niuthern tup. the
same SSmber of oars, vi. . M." JOUN S. WILiON, Gou. Weight Agent.
' The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad transported B3 of your ears over its
road, delivering same atChioago " J. . -IAMES. Ass't. Gen. Freight Aseot.
The Missouri Paoiflo Kailroad says: "Xes. sir, we a-e jo J"iepnrv . ' "25",". .
to Knnai Oity." "
The Union PaoiBc K.ilroad says: W. . to take g&lffiffi "Zu
wr ni. d...:k.a.u mnA t.mnl,;. Ttn.ilrnnd nvs! "We are to receive from the
Ml..n..,l Panilln at Fo fW.Sof B itAum'i cars. Octo W 1st. to be transported by us to
Memphis, and then o.liv.red to the 'W
The Lmtsvllto and Nashville: "We have contracted to transport a-Jor uarnum s cars
from Memphir, beiug same number trttiisporjedns rr..n 8"s,,Tt
GREATEST SHOW 0 EARTH.
COMBINED WITH THE
GREAT LONDON L RING CIRCUS !
MONSTER ROMAN HIPPODROME,
RISK VWITUD MOJfSTF.B SHOWS.
CAPITAL $4 COO 000. DAILY EXPENSES, $71UU.
T.e..t n,l ftinht Amnsement Enterprise on tho Face of the Globe.
Trlnlo Circus Cumiiany in Three Big Bingi. Uage E'evated btage for Olympian uamee
Two Immense Double Monarlei oi una ana iraineu ueu.wi.
Mammoth Musenm of Living Human Wonders.
Grand Roman Hippodrome With Glorious Races.
Door. Open at 12:30 and p.m. Perfoi tnauce. at 1:30 and 7 p.m.
TTTjUjQ-As Largo at Llfojind Quite as Natural.
Tha PolishedTIvory Boned Articulated SKEIiETOri
Only Elephant Skeleton on Exhibition Anywhere.
Q.T A "PJ-InUmational Congrest of tho Liggett Men Alivi
The Most Marvelous Troupo o Simi-Barbarlo B,A.ljS
In Wonderful Performances.
j"jyj""j-The Affeotionate and Digressed Companion of Jombo.
SO. 8S6 AWD 858 FEONT STKEJET, BtEMFIIIS, TENXm
STEWART BBOTHEES k C0QFAH7
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
H6TEW ORI-EAWR. I.OFISTATUA.'
K & CO.
Cotton HAtBle Urn
29f Front Strppt. Opposltprwatom llouwe.
Cotton Factors, Molesale Grocar;
SToe IVont street, : Memi1ii, T?av
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
SOS. 8 and 10 IJSIOIV STKEET, - - MKMPIIIS, TEAM.
Ho. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... TEW Hi.
OPKX THE ENTIRE Halt.
TIIK course of studris extonded, thorough
and practical, affording superior fnoili
I tie.sforott:iitiingasound business eduoation.
ror Uatahguo call at tne scnooiroom or
address T. A- LKDUIN. Pnnoipal..
IBtfAPTYX' ,WIoTKriAl. rot.
t' I.K ..31H6 h St.. Washington, I). 0.,
opens Octol'or K'th. Prov d s a rrct:cnlly
nelultuitio. education, itrms: i.nescnui
arship, $10 Tuition, boarding, stationery.
etc., twlve weeks curfe, e o. ror circular
ltrec):ndilre(8 Murtyn's Comnnrcial College.
V. K. II ALD MAN.
President of the Ureal UIUISVILLK COU
UltSU-JUDKiNAli uu., tells wnat
ha kuuw. nf
Wintersmitli's Chill Cure.
Ornci or tm Poraiga-JotTgHAi.,
IW. Wntniil Mr; 1 waive a rule 1 have
nli.firvftd for nianv vears. the vatue of tout
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your roouesi, what I know of your Chill
Cure. . The private assurances or us rmcac;
I had. and the good results of its eflecte
had observed on Mr. U. W. Morodith, who
for more than tlltccn years, hil l loon lore
ninn nf inv olnce. induced me to trst it il
mytamily. Xhe result' have bron eniiroly
satisfactory. The flrt case was of two
years' standing, in which I be'ieve every
known remmiy hud been trlea with tempo
rsrv relict the chills returning periodically
end with seemingly inoreaied severity.
Your core broko them at once, and there has
been no recurrence of them f"r moro than
six months. The other case was ot a milder
form, ana yielded mot readily to other
remedies; buttheohllls would return at in
tervals uutil your medicine was used, since
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had tojudge, I do not hesitateto
express my belief that your Chill Cure is a
valuable peoifio, and performl ail yon
proims. tor It. K'fiAIiDKMAN.
ARTHUR PETKR. A 00. AieuU, LouU
GREAT MIRAMBA BAND.
Myriads of Intensely Interesting and Stortling Features Collected at an Enormous Expense
Trained Horses, Dogs, Tigs. Ponies, Liions, iigors, raiunors, ourii iou,
Cainols, Elophantt, Monkeys, Birds, and Even Koptiloa.
100 Startling Acts and Furious Races.
300 Phenomonal and Daring Artists.
11 Acts Going On at the Samo Time.
1000 liew Fealuros and WonOorful Attractions.
GREAT FREE STREET PARADE.
c.i.i.im Over a Mile of Ei.h Ohioots and Rare Fmtures, will l.oave the Ground
srw-Brcr'.Vi.i'r PUl ll 3o It, as It Will Prove a Rovalation, and Give Those Who Can
not Afford l Pry a Mm ie Blhlbition of Animals and Costly Wueou man is wnwi
in tho Ten i f jtr Oil or t how.
na-MXTK OPEX4nESi?l nf Wild Animnls, with a Keeper In Eneh. A Herd ot
Elephants. Animnls in Leash. Camels and hleptiants llarnensca to vnariou. a u.
Kindt of Music, including Full Military Bands, and Myriad o( Rare Foaturos. Ilouto as
Follows: Leave Grounds at S.a.m.; down Boalo Street to Sooond Stroet, to Concord Street,
to Main Stroot, to Vance Stroet, to ihow grounds.
ttrAdmia.lon to KvcJtHlim, 7 'et. i?tWilrn nndcr Sloe, 00 ot.
For th. aewmmodatioa tf those wishing to avoid the crowds at the wagon, an office has
keen established at N. WlillautV. Hook Moro, 79 M .In Street, where reierrod
numboredtiokeUcan be bought at the regular prine, and admission tickets at tho
light t4TW.ce, on tho morning of tho nhow.
EXCl'KSIOJf BATES ON ALL R1ILROADS.
The Higbee Schotl
FOR TUB HIGHER
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, LauJerdalo and Jessamine fcti.,
Iacorporntrel 'ollltlnte Prlv-
AN INSTITUTION OF HIGH REPUTE
AND KftUWJN .A.t;r.L,LiJC.iVA.
Fall Terra Opens Monday, Sept. 20.
erTborourh English and Classleil Course.
Mmlnrn I..nfrunirRii bv Foreign Teaohors.
Book-keopin, Shorthand and Type
Schools of Art, Mu3io and Elocution noted
for exception"! sdviintnrcs.
Special students reoeived ia overy depart-
A now and elegent building wilt bo .recto.
Jurino tha iiimmip anil Intl. whprein will be
lurnishnd a spaeious study hall, large pri
mary school-rooms, oiass-rooras, laoorni.r
lihr.rv. irvinnuiiuin and art galterv. fshic
with the elegant mani-ion ustd lor boarding
in,.ll. unA I Km witniled nl.uiiri OVUUnds,
will form one ol ihe most completo school
tounaations in me eouin.
Catalosues ready August 4th.
Fr Information address . .
TUE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMPHIS, .... TENN.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carvin.
taught by the methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati oonool ol uesign. r irsi success
fully introduced here by Miss Carrie Des
londe Dobyns, Principal School of Art, th.
Send far Special rirrnlor lor Art
PETERSB1IKO, VA. The Twenty-second
tniinl Scinn of this School for Boys
kf.ln. th fir.t. MnTirlav in October. Thor
ough prepsrutions for University of Vir
ginia, lending Engineering Schools and
iiHi.j u,t.a Miiitar. ami NavhI Acade
mies! highly recommended by Faoulty of
University ot Virginia; iu'l stnff of instruct- 4
orsi situation healthful. Early application ;
advised, a number of boarderi is striotl
limited. For catulogne address
w. HUtlUWCI 'VICirt lira. Iiran ITIftPtor.
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on tbe first of September. Voice Training
anu Vocalisation a speciait! . , ,. ,
Apply at K. Witiroann A Co.'s. beoond
street, or O. K. Houck. Main street. .
Tor Yimng Ladlp. atifl rblklreii,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annual SrsBion will beem Bion.
Tulane university oi jLouiHiaun..
i Formerly, lHi-imil, the u.ivorst'.y oi
IT3 advantages for practical inatrnction la
diseases ot the Soathwesl ore nnrivalea,
as the law secures it euperahuinlant niutoi
alsirom thn great Charity Hospital with it.
Timi h.iis. and2fl.Wl0rati.-nts annually. W-
denti have no houp tul-leee to pay and spe- j
cial inntruction is daily given at the beisii. s
oltheBick.as in no other institution. Dorf
catalogue or inf rmalion, addresi j
Prof. S. E. CIlAlLLE, M. U., Dean,
P. 0. Irnw.r"l Nct Or'oars. IL. f
BKOOBI.TN.I. T.-Board.on tho Hill,
Mrs. H. C. Howard, ai Washington
Park. Rooms large! loon-Jon delightful..
Convenient to oars to Manhattan lleach,
Coney Island, Long Beacb. and Central Park;
alio to 10. I M piaooe oi .museuieux