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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY. ATJG-TJST 17. 1883.
ONLY saiSaawBSaVt HMIM sWflk "Ei REM! TO OUR HANDSOME NEW BUILDING, 247 AMI 249 MAIN ST. To avoid removing our Summer Stock, we propose making some EXTRA CUTS IN PRICES to get them out of the house. Remember, you have only Five Days Left to Secure these Choice Bargains. 200 nieces Figured Lawna, 4o a yard Choice Patterns. 35 pieces Pacifio Lawns, 6c a yard Choice Patterns. 100 pieces Fancy Gingham, 7c cheap at l'o. 20 pieces Crystal Brilliants, 7c farmer price 15c. 50 pieces Check Nainsook, 7ic former prioe 15c, 50 pieoes Figured Linen Lawns, 9c farmer prioe 20o. 15 pos. Figured Organdie Lawns, 125c former price 45c 100 dozen Hack Towels only 1 a, dozen. Great Bargains in Embroideries! Great Bargains in Hosiery! Great Bargains in Ladies' Underwear! 25 Nnns Veiling Dresses, in Fink, Blue and Cream, at the low price of $10 former price $35. Gentlemen's Low-Q.narteod-Qantl nd-Machine -Sewed Shoes, at New York Coit. Remnants of Dress Goods, 50c on the Dollar, Remnants of Silks at Half Cost, Benmtints of Lawns, Very Cheap "It will pay you handsomely to lay these Goods away at present prices until next summer-! DENTISTRY. J. W. NELSON, DENTIST, ' 336 Maiu, Corner Union. GOLD FILLINGS Average ..f2 CO SILVKK AND TIN FILLINGS 1 00 EXTRACTING With Kiheror tlas.. .. 1 00 Kvery Filling Reglnered aod Warranted. REAL ESTATE AfiENT.S. Joss Ovsxtok, Js. C. N. Obosvxror. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AUEVl'S AM BKOKEBS, OFFICE, 264 SECOND ST., H. E . .'sr. Second and Court, MEMPHIS, : : : : : TENNESSEE. ."DEAL ESTATE BOUUHT AND 80LD, TAXES XV Paid, Rents Collsotprt, et"., on Commission. SUMMER BOARD. Board Reduced FOR THE HUMMER MONTHS AT TIIB CHAM BERS HOUSE, corner of Second and Wash ington streets. Also, a lew first-class rooms will be rented to itesira Ve nartle., at low rates. FOR SALE OR REST. "lOTTAO-T -CHEAP Six rooms, Ne. 14 Allen J avebue. Apply to R. ELLIOTT, No. 319 Kmnt street. PERSONAL. c ISTSRNB BOILT Repaired and warranted. rrioes low. TH(ffl. t;ti bphmm, ,.t m-qimiu h. STOLEN. MARE A strawberry-roan Texas mare, flaxen mane and tall, white on the inside of right hind hoof, about seven eare old, 15 bands hleh, a lone swan-like neck. Will par a reward of 110 on her recovery. W. B. H1LDERBBAND, Ho-n I as. Mtss. ROOMS AND HOARD. OOM9 Nicely furnished, with board. A RfJE. untarnished front room, with board J private lamUy: t-trma reaannable. 265 Union OOMH Two desirable rooms at No. Ill Wash InKton street; also use ol parior. uaairame bed front room sat 26 Marshall avenue. furnished front K OOM tleanant front room, wlUi oard, lot FOR REST. T E81 DKNCB 129 Adam- street from September 1st. APPIftsr.w. Htti6.iwri)witrt. R ESIOENCE 129 Adams street from September IBt. Apply HI m . . a, I. . 1 P. ail Jiiu a .. ROOMS Front, southern exposure, and others nicely fnrn'shed. 56 Monroesu. near Second. TORE The store No. 2H Main street, lormer J ly occupied by Jack Bros. Apply at 69 POPLAR ST. -ECOND AND THIRD FLOOBS No. 251 Main 5 street, opposite Court Square. '-Apply to 8. HALLE, 307 Main street. S" TEBNBKRU A LIE'S STORE 313 Main itreet. comer Moorne. Apply on the premises. SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS In bouse No. 227 Main street, suitable for dressmaking es tablishment. M. 8. CHAP8KY, Kerr St., Chelsea. TWO RESIDENCE Near corner of Fifth and Mill streets, Chelsea, convenient to street railroad. M. C. REDKR, 27 Fifth st. nTORKklUkU Under Peabodv Hotel from Sen- O tember let; Store room southeast comer of Monroe and Second streets; Shops on south side Jefferson and on Gayoao street; Vacant Lots on Second, Madison, Court and elsewhere, lor lease for a term of years. Apply to R. B. bnowden. or JAM KH L. (iUUlU)K, 88 Madison street. FOR SALE. MARSHALL'S VADE-MECDM. Address W. W., Appeal office. ORtE, Phaeton and Harness; nice House, t rooms, ior rent, rare u tables, souin iourt. NEW TWO-HORSE WAUONS-And one sec-ond-band OMNIBUS. 1AYLOR A POWELL. 204 Front at. 2-8TORY FRAME, and lot 329 Jeflereon exten'd, Residence 271 Poplar, near High. Brick House, with lot, Dunlap, east end Court. W. A. WHKATLEY.281 Main. 0. 41 ROBESON STREET Handsome Cottage at a Daraaia ana on easy terms. MINTKR PAKKKK. 2W Main street. WAATS. PRINTER A good, sober printer to take the loremanshlp of the Headlight omce. at Mor rllton, Ark.; one who can work a band-press; a young man preferred. Address HKAPLIOHT. Morrllton. Ark. R OOM AND BOARD By two single gentlemen in a stncuy private family. Aaareas J. B. L Appeal office. rpO BOY SECOND-HAND One Standing Desk, J. two Silting Debits, Safe and Letter Tresi. C. K. TUCKER, 7 Monroe itreet. B' OaRDERS At 179 Second street. G UITAR AND BANJO TAUGHT Apply at Uollenbra'a Music Boose. COTTAGE About 7 rooms, near street cars if possible, but no objection if short distance la country. F., Appeal ortice. BOARD and Furnished Room in private family for youug married couple; references given aud required. Addiesa DEUX, Appeal office. AGENT For a Mutual Fire Insurance Co. lu qnlre at the Priddy House to day. i nnn ?N8 a8. cast and wrought A.V'vVylron.biyBouea; also Second- hand Ma oainery bought "no mi. SAM0ELGABAV, Agu, 409 to 413 aheiby street. Memphis. TxaVELImO SALESMEN To sell a staple artl ale in oonnecllon with their regular Hue. Lib era! commission. Address WurenseraiBon. Clu.,0. o LD GOLD WATUH-C ABES Chain. lr. etc., for Vai m. J.N, Jaulford Co., 333 Malui LIFT STEII! BROS AMUSEMENTS. TUK 9IOZAKT S'MKN-KVATORY Of noil-, Memphis Teimnw, Under the auspices of THE MOZART KOCHTV. G. V. Rahrilt, Pres't. B. F. Halle. V. Prei't. K. W. Uiuon, Oar Sec. J. A. OiiBEiii, Trjaeurer, IIorss tt. jjowns. Principal ot Faculty, with a full co pa of Proltswirs lor Vocal and In strumental Musin. Nram. of 1HH3 'H4. The Conservatory will reopen Octoner 1, 1883, for Instruction in Vocal and Iu.trumental Music. Partly desiring pr.vate tuition wiil nud It to their advantaged to make early application!, in or der to hare aai ecined time secured. Thofe who desire to join tbe elementary class hould scud in Uielr application as early as possi ble, as no one will be admitted to this branch al ter the formation of classes. For furtner information sodIv to or address R. K. Carr, Acting Secretary. Oihce bours 3 to & p.m., at Mos.rl Maii.necono ana union streets. ME Hi at IS KIHTKItrr. Unlly loltouBlt Keporln from Kail rows Htailona, Memphis. Tkm ,. August 16, 1983. THHtaOMKTEK, stations. Rainfall. Maximum Minimum. Memphis.. 83 67 0.08 Nashville. so 69 0.00 Grand Junction 81 65 0 39 Corinth I5 72 0.21 Tuscumbia. 85 CI 0 92 Decatur 3 67 1.29 ScottobOTO 84 67 0.28 Batesvllle 84 69 0.10 Hernando 87 ... 0.00 Grenada .. 93 71 0.80 Withe 83 .. 0 00 Brownsville 81 65 0.18 Milan. 79 60 0.07 Paris 80 61 0.01 ErU 81 64 O.i 0 Clarksvllle 82 62 0.00 Bum total... 13i6 923 4.34 Average... 83.4 65.9 C.W9 D. T. FLANNERY. Observer, United States Signal bervice. riRSr OF BEPFKHBCE I891TK. I'uk commercial columns of the Appeal re compiled daily with minute care from the beat eourcer. The results of each day's transactions are registered, and from those the Appeal hag, year by year, presented its readers on tbe first day of each season with an array of information cf great value to-'.be business interests of the city, and a source of attraction to business from without On the 1st cf September the Appeal will print a large extra paper, filled with details gathered for the purpose by i s reporters in all branches of the city's commerce, aided by the kind assistance of the secretaries of the Col ton Eichauge, Merchants' Excbaoge, and secretsries and otiiseia of the various banks, insurance oflices and chartered and other cstnmercial and industrial tnlerprises. The progress of railway extension in connection with MempUiti will be exhibited, and river improvement and navigatioc. Also the ma terial progress of the city in building, street paving and sewering, and eanitation. The whole will present a complete and accurate viiiw of the financial and basinets condition of the city, its local improvements and gen eral condition, and of tbe prospects that offer so great prosperity in tbe near futurr. An immense addition to the Appeal's larje circulation will be printed, and will le Widely circulated throughout the surround ing country and in every principal business city in the United States. Facto. v, mer chants, manufacturers and all professional sod business men will find this the most ad vantageous opportunity for their advertise ments and cards that offers during the whole year. Orders received for copies of the an nual report will be put np reidy for mailing when desired. It will be to the advantage of all to send advertisements and orders at an early day SaOerer rront Rtdaey and! Uvea 's rouble. The direct result of vitiated Mood and weak organic xnovemeat, will find Simmons Liver Kegulator a true remedy for these com plaints. It imparts new life to the blood and renews and s! renglhens tbe entire system by promoting the healthy action of the liver and kidneys. "I have been troubled with liver complaint, kidney disease and bad blood f.r a long time. I have used kilinmoDa Liver .Regulator, and it has done me more good than all tbe medicine I ever took. I would not be without it. eio. H. pbatt. "11. 8. Deputy-Collector 2d District. Ga.,'s Btittom Knocked Ont Goods Biuet be sold. Only ten days more of the gr and closing-out sale at Bisk's, Sb'O Main streets S:ovce, tinware, lamps, sic, at terrible slaughter. Y" c,n buT Tour beat ing stove at. a saving cf fifty to 100 per cent. Ga at once and secure a bargain before too late. Will kp open until 9 o'clock Batur day nisbt. John Walsh, Undertaker, . 341 (Second .street. DRUGGED TO DEATH A irerjlirt Administers an Am ithetif to a Patifbt Who Dies From Its Kffects. Detail of a Shotkin? AffVf in Arrat Hade on tbe Strength oHUe Jury's Verdict. A very unfortunate sfl.ir occurred yester day about 10:30 o'e'eck in the f .rfnooi at tbe office of A. Wesson & 830, dmiiN, up stairr-, en tbe southwest corner of Main and Jefferson street. At that hour Mra. Ellen Hcbeibler, wife of Mr. StmScheib'er, dealer in hides anil leather, wen: with her hunbanl to Weston's lo bav-t a tooth tx.ricter1. It waq a stomach or second bi-cu'pid toith and had been broken eff, tbe gum clo-ioz over tbe iOjL Mrs. Hcbeibler naturally expected that the operation would bi very paiuful and askrd to be given AN ANXCTHETIC. A roixt'ire known aa ean.oin, catupned of nearly qual pans of a cohol, ether and chloroform, wan adminietered, and wi'hin three minutes tbe tooth was pulled and Mr. Bcheiblrr w. h a corf se. An Appeal reportir interviewed Dr. Ab ner Wes-on, jr., Dr. J. D. While and Mr. Scheihler. In answer to qu-8lio, D-. Wesson said: "liie Udy ctcue luio i:.e ctfici about 10:30 o'clock, aod eaid she drfcired to have a tootri extracted, and wanted to 'take something.' I bave been admtoiMering at te'thettos ever aince I was a boy, and Lave never had an ac cident. Her reque-t w s so common that I thought nothing of it, and saturatiog a cloth with sansom applied it to ber ncx'.rils. "she struggled conaiderably for aboot a minute and a half, wildly throwing out her arms and fee'. A heavy ottomsn sitting in f root at her feel waa kicked over and I was obliged to ak her busbfcnd to assist me. Suddenly the lady became quiet aiid sink ka;k in her chair. Her teetb were so tightly closed that it was extremely difficult to force them apiri, ard when father volunteered to extract the 10 th I allowed him to do so, aa I was considerably flurried ou account ot her struggles and tbe difficulty of holding h r in the beginning. Immediately afterward I noticed thu she was gasping spasmodically for h.-eath, and an "awful livid hue was gradually spreading over her feature. Instantly I knew she was dying, and we did what we cou d to restore Der, calling in L.-. White, whose office is next door, and Dr. Kogeis. but without avail. It all seems unreal to me, aod even now 1 cannot realize it. I cannot under stand the case. It was all so eudden, and all th sy mptosna. nf Iha.sjE.daaj. ir.HuenfH. of "alcohol were absent. Her pulse heat' regularly and strongly during the first min- tnd a half, and 1 aid not notice tbe flatter usual with persons atlhciei with beatt disease. In givicg atajabetics it is customary to raisa tbe arm ot tlie patient daring tbe process, and when it fills by its own weight, enough has been adminietered. 'in VHI3 CASE, however, everything was done eo quickly that all our known rulea were at fault. I had no idea that the lady baJ heart disease, but am obliged lo think ai now." Dr. J. D. White, who ha an cities on the same floor, waa visited, and when SBked wbal Mrs. Scheiblet's conoitio) was when he was called in replied, "She was dead. I heard a commot on in We. eon's room?, and young Wtswn ran in and asked me to go to the assistance of a iady who had beirivtd some alarming symptoms. Tuey had evidently been making some etfT8to restore ber be fore sending word to me, as I found h, r LYIfG TJPON THE FL03B, ilb ber feet elevated, ia order to force the blood back to her brain. Her heart had ceased to beat, and there w s no movement of tbe pulre in the writ's. 1 applied a ga -vanic battery, but without beneficial re-ul . i. Kogers was called in, and together we used every effort to restore respiration by artificial means, prestiog upon the ch-st and swinging the artn, but without avail. We were noally obliged lo give up all hope and Mr. Scheibler was told that b a wife would never breathe again." T: v. hite went on to say that he did not know anything of Mrs. cbeiblei'd phisiual condition, aod was inclined lo think the demists were blani -lew, Tbey bad not as ninth knowlet'ga of aceilbetics as of dentis'.rr, perh:tps, and thus might bsve FALLFN INTO EBB0B. It va probable that Mrs. Scheibler might bave recovered from the efftcis ot the chlo roform except for the fact ihat the tooth was pulled while she was vet rigid, tun giving her a sudden shock. Dr. While added that it was well known that persons who rould inhale chloroform freely a' one tiuia mielit not be able lo do so on another day, a week afterward, and via versa, though thi-ir condi tion might apparently te the same on each occasion. Mr. Gam Scbeiblet'd place of business was closed about noon and ha was seen later in the evening by the reporter, who asked if Dr. Wesson mads any uquiry r garding the physical condition of bis wife before admtnis'.enog tbe drug. He replied that he did not. Then be did not ask if Mrs. Scheibler HAD HEABT DISEASE?" "He did not." "Are you aware that she ever hid an af fection of the kiod?'' "Do. My wife was a very lsrge, fi shy woman, and I have seen her pant alter any unusual exertion, like hundreds of others of her build." "How many times waa the drug adminis tered ?" "Twic-". Af'.er it had been once given she kicked ibesiool over and struggled consider ably. Tbe dentist put some more of tbe a uft it rmelled like cblorofoim on tbe lowel and told my wife he would not hurt her. She said, 'So, no, I know you will n t hurt ite, bull am tf aid, I am afraid!' then her v lice quivered, aud as the lowtl touched her face sue sank bck into the chair end raid not another word. I knew "something was wrong. and called for help. She was dead wife was dead and could not speak. My Sie never sooke again. The body of the unfortunate lady was re moved by Thorn, tbe undertaker, to her late rreidence, No. J 56 Second s'.ree', Chelsea, aod packed in ice. It was very natural ia appear ance wbeo seen about 3 o'clock in tbe af ei nooo. Mrs. Scheibler was tbir'y-'hree year of age, and was reared at Waverly, O., where she was married about fifteen years ago. She was large and portly, weighiajr perhaps ISO pounds, and has always - erpved perfect beallh. The sudJest feature of the whole affiir is that ehe leaves five children without a mother's loving care the eldsB: a bjr cf thirteen vears, aud tbe younzert an infant in arms. Her husband is almost paralyzed with grief, though he is generous enough to say that he has 00 desire 10 give trouble to tbe dentists. An inquest was demanded by all the circumstances in the case, and shortly afier dwd one was held ov Coroner S pel man at the family residence. Tue fillowiojia a full text: cobonee'b is 4 n est. An ioq iis:tior. holden at Memphis, in tbe county of Shelby and State of Tenne-se, on the 16th of August, lSSS, before John Spel man, coroner of Shelby county, npon the body of Ellen Scheibler, there lying dead, by the jurors, whose names are hereunto sub scribed, who npon their oaths do say that the said Ellen Scheibler came to her death in the following manner: By tbe administra tion of chloroform, given by Abner Wesson, jr., dentist, in the discharge of his professional duties, we nnu the administrator censur able, from the f JCt that he did not secure the services of a akilliul physician in order that tbe proper remedies might have been applied immediately npon the appearaoce of alarm ing symptoms. Ia testimony whereof the said jurors set :hiir bauds 00 the day and date above written. R B. UILLER, Foreman. R. P. WARINti, Ja., J. D. GODBY. M H. KNOX. GEORGE 1-aCROIX, LOUisSABRKuLA, J. U. HEISES. TBE DENTIST ARRESTED. On the strength of the lad clause in the indictment Cipl. O' Haver, who is acting chief of police during the temporary ab nce of Chief Davis, issued a warrant for Dr. Abner Wesson, jr., charging him with in voluntary manslaughter. It was executed about 8 o'clock ia tbe evening by Capt, Hackett, aod bond was given for h:s appear ance before .Budge Hidden this mor&iog. LOCAL PAltAtiKAPllS. The curbing for paving Winchester av enue wat laid yesterday. Tbe "Porters" are preparing for a fine trip. Dress drill this evening. Ninety-nx mile of wire for the tele phone to Jackson arrived yesterday. CapL George O Haver is acting chief of police during tbe absence of Chief Davis. The probate business is being rushed. Judge Eldridge made one appointment ysi terday. The poles on the telephone lite to Brownsville have been pot up as far as Stanion. The dance that was to be given at the State Female College tc-night will be post poned nntil W'edeaday evening nsxt. Tbe city carpenter will go to work to day bun up tbe old stationhouae for the aximmodalibii of a rock-pile and female prisoners. Tbe sudden taking off of Mrs. Scheibler was the talk of tbe town yesterday, aod the news was everywhere received with exprea siont of horror. Licen-es to marry were issued yesterday to W. 7. Mitchell and Mi.a M. L11 Biker, Allen Mrr um and Miss. Jennie Nevils, A. j K. EJwarJs and Mis Sallie Smith. For stealing a drees from Sallie Cum miog., K zzie Hirden will have a hearing before Jusce Quisley to-day. Will S egers was fiaed to yesterday for striking Matilda Green. Judge Kldride yi.j-rdiy appointed G. V. Kambayt administrator of Willie K. W irringlon, who his property valued at JS'J-j. T:ie child w.s the wjrri of J. If. Ken nedy, who died not long since. The champion female offenders are Mo! lie Blair aod Annie Dunn, who were on trial before Juttics Qjigley yesterday for lb twentieth time, 'i'hey have appeared bi f ire everyoagistrate of tbe ciiy at least three limerTn the lsst four years. About I o'clock yesterday morning Pa trolman Hna discovered a -burglar attempt ing to e fleet an entrance into the residence of Mr. Thomas G tle, on Cynthia sireet, but he was scented by the dogs on the place at the same time and escaped, but had a tight run for it. A. P. Curry, formerly sheriff of this county, but cow of Leadville, Col., insti tuted euit in Chancery yesterday against E. A. Cole, a f irmer clerk and master of the Chancery Court, but at present residing' ia Tunica county, Miss, for fees amounting to about i-2000. The railroid and' levee contractors, J. B Neely. S. R. S.uford, R. C McAuley aod J. V. Johns in, constituting the firm of J. B. Nee ly & C '., are sued in the Circuit Court br Jno. T. L-alou and Atgja McDon ald for id(i00 damages to properly. Messis. Metcalf& Walker represent complainants. A prayer book printed in Bohemian waa found yesterday by Constable Garvin iu the ttunk of a woman of ill-repute, n.wd-ad, at a place in the northern part of the city. As the woman was illiterate, it is thought to have been the property of some Memphian, who can a cure it by application to Col Garvin. W have positive as mranoe from the City Railway authorities that work on the break on tbe lower end of Main street will be commenced next Monday with a force that will complete it in three or lour days. J his has been a source of ereat annoyance to the citizens cf the lower end of town, who have been without "through transportation until forbearauce has ceased la b a virtue. We know ihe comuanv has had insurmountable obstacles to contend with, and believe every thing possible will now be done to lacilitate work on tlie inl A week afier Monday will B id tbe line ia good werfchaaj Wllu, u representations to the Appeal are carried out. Civil suit was brought before Justice E liott by a country darky named Monroe Carrtogton, yesterday, for $11 against L Uo ia, aB ale street merchant. The darky claimed that he bought a pocket book of Rosin and put that amount of money in it. He laid tbe puis- down while he tried on a pair of shoes, and wben he had finished could not find it. When be informed Rosin of it tbe latter took hm and a friend, who enlired the store about that time, into the back yard and searched them, bat found nothing. There was no one present but Rosin and a clerk named Butler. Justice Elliott gave judgment in favor of the plaintiff, and Rosin appealed to tbe Circuit Court. Walking for a wager is the latest with the Adams street invincible. Justice Quig ley bantered Serg'. Charles Kunhola yes terday fcr a walk of a mile, Kuoholr to have 100 yards the start, and stakes were put up. It was greed that it should take p'ace at a o clock Testerdty evening at Olvmpic fark. At the sppoict'd bour Jvunhes did cot materialize and Justice tjaigley went out alone with Col. U'L ary J. Dunn, who fixed him iu position ia front cf the grind Btand, g&vj the signarand witnessed a beau nlol star, rirsl l ip, 1 bo ir, 2 minutes and 4$ second-; second lap, 1 hour, 44 minutes. i seconds; total, 2 hours, 46 minutes, 11 1 stconrs. L'EKSONALS. P. M. Staklly lift last night for In-' dianapolir, Ind. Capt. Sam Carres has goae to Warm Sprit gs, N. C, to join his family. B. Bowlikg leaves to-day ciatbe"Memphls aud Charleston railroad fcr New York. Ike Peters leaves to-day ma 'he Menit Vis aud Charleston railroad for Cincinnati. Db. S. H. Brown has removed to his new resideoce, corner of Fifth aod Greenlaw. R. D. Fbayaeb left last night ' tbe Mem phis and Chaileston railroad for Mew York. W. O. Anderson leav a this morning via the Memphis and Charleston railroad f or St. Louis. W. Z. Mitchell lift yesterday tin tbe Memphis and Cbarlestor railroad for Buffi Ic, N. Y. Miss Eedlah Woodlock, who bas b?en vi-titicg friends at Columbia, has returned home. J. E. Carpenter, formerly of Memphis, but now of Nashville, was in the city yesterday. Arthur Stainback has gens ti Louis ville, and will takj) a abort run to Philadel phia after viewing the Exposition. Mrs. J. T. Williams, diughter and son left last night til the Memphis and Charles Ion raiiroad tor Allegheny Spring'. V. C. Mosley left this morning to p?nd a few we''" witb friends at Rossville and Red Banks, Miss. lie will return via Lonisville. Masters Willie Wilson and Eugene Sullivan bave left for 8'. Louis, where they will etay for a few days and then start fcr the Eist. H. L. Guion and wife, Mrs. Cilvin T. Vane, and Miss B-saia- Vance, left last night for Niagara Falls, tui Louisville and Nishviile railroad. fcTJEWAKT, GWYSSE CO., Wholesale Oraeera. We have remodeled and refilled the large storehouse 870 Front street, and have now in store the largest stock of NEW GROCERIES exercarritd bv our firm. Every package is fresh and new, bought for cash snd from first hands. We invite your pa'ronage. STEWART, GfVTBfKK St CO , COTTON FACTORS. ' Owing to the large increase of our cotton business we have seoured for the coming cotton season Ihs largest and best cotton warehouse owned by any individual firm in the Siuth. We shall repeat our efforts of tbe pa-it year to merit a continuance of your cotton consignments, STEWART. GWYNNE Si CO., 370 Front street. LOCAL NOTICES. Teeth extracted without pain at Wesson's, 318 Main street, .telephone connection. tgWlTH Diamond Dyes any lady can e"i is good results as tbe best practical dyer. Every dye warranted true to name and sample. To the Pnbllc I wish it to be distinctly understood tbat it wss cot at Weseen's, tbe dentist, omx. Ho, 318 Main street, over Levy's tiunk store, where the sad accident occurred yesterday, R-spectfullr, i. v. WESSON." AUGCST 17. 18S3. To tae Pnbllc. - I have secured Ibe services of Mr. J. E. Monlgomety to tike charge of the clock dc p.iitni?otof my business. Mr. Montgomery has had seventeen years experience in lbs manufacturing and repairing of clocks, watches, jewelry, etc Watches, clocks and i-welrv repaired on short notice, aod all work guaranteed. G. W. FIsHEB., 263 Second Street UKEAT SACRIFICE or LOW-QUARTER SHOES, VUKiiELI Sk tO.'(,r71ad ! Mala at, To anake ream fer Fall Sleek. llurneti'w C'ocoalne Promotes a vigorous and healthy growth of tbe hair. It has been need in tboossnds ol cases where the hair was coming out, and has never filled to arrest its decay. Use Burnett's flavoring extracts the best. A at vice tkcra. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al wars be used when children are cutting teeth. Itre- iieves me iitue sunerer ai once; 11 produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child lrosa pain, and tbe little cherub awaaea at "bright a a button." It ia very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens tne gams, allays all pain, relieves wuiu, regulates ue uoweia. uq is uia inn anown remedv for tUarrbea, sMuer arising Iroaa leelli ta oc oiouuscat. aweutv ehiw.us ssua CARRIGAIS'S CAU .Narrowly lecapes Wrecking at the Hand of a (sane of Desperate Fort Pitkeriug Darkle. Sister Browa Braised on the Corner of a Chore Bench Jadge Haddea's Rfgnlar Satinee. Ano'her onlraeeoui sroceedine is reported as takine nlace mzht before lan on the line of Ihe Kansas Ci'v railroad, near the co'ner of Jrcksoo and Fifth streets. Fosrmao Cor- rigsn has been in the hibit of taking bis friends out for a ride alter working bours, and on the evening in question started out as usual with several young ladies and one or two male friend. Some of tbe darkies living in the vicinity b-d asked for tbe us- of tbe hand-car, anri when refused, threat ened to "get even." When the parties pissed Jackson street, they w.-re warned that threats bat been made to piace obstructions on tbe track about midway of the grade, so as to throw the band-car off the track. Tbe trip to tbe ravine was safely made, aod on the re turn, the warnirg wis rem:-mb;red, and brakes were put on coming down the grade, the car traveling very slo'ly. It a well that 'this wis doe, s the hoodlums ba 1 carried out their threat literally. Bricks had been placed on the rails for a distance of ten or fifteen feet, and a heavy piecs if railroad iron laid serosa the track. The c r was brougnt to a standstill, and a small boy sent ahead fo remove the obstruction Sev eral burly negroes interfer-rl, and otdered him not to do so. Corrigan and ethers with him on the car were obliged to display their weapons and order tbe roughs to eland back in threatening laognage, before they could clear the track aod go on. The men on the car were only restraind from other measures on account of the presence of the ladies. Tbe car at last reached its ds iojuon ia safety. SISTER BROWN GETS too much religion AND A PalH IN HER SIDE. A ease wis tried b-fors Justice Qu:gley yesterday which ventilated a high old time at Parson Garrett's chorcb, corner of Brink ley avenue and Rileigh road, last Sunday. Brother Garre't was engaged il rolling up the hesvens like an tlltimioatcd scroll aod putting a period lo time, wben several ol bis congregation betrayed undoubted symptom of exuberanceot fear add laith coanningled with effervescent happiness, and the preacher redoubled the lore of hi brims one elo quence. Finally Sijter Mollie Bionn be came to much enthused that ehe could contain hereof no longer, anl began to tear her hair and veil. Inea enldenly leaping np into tbe air Sister Brown fell over with her whole tores uuon Slater L'ura Turner. But Sister Liura knew what welcoming, and wmai 4W abou'tng aiater spraug toward ber she was prepared and bratxd beis;U. Sis er Mollis was thrown sgnnst Ihe com t o( bench and had ihe religion knocked higher than Gilderoy s kite, bat was pretty badly shattered and wa obliged to go tolled when he reached home, and has remained there ever since. H-r husband went over tbst nieht to see Laura about her ccnducl and ended by threatening her life. Liura ewore out a peace warrant, and Brown was bound over to keep the peace. DOING THE DOCKET. THE EVEN-HANDED DISPENSER OF JUSTICE AND HIS MORNING'S WORK, Ooly $5 aod 132 daja work. The docket contained soma interesting cas. s. John Brown was fined 5 in assault and battery. Jim Clarke, white, was taxed $2 for plain drunk. Nearly a dtzen citis'n; were given five days longer in which lo co L-plete their sewtr connections. Wm. Edwards, an industrious cilizm who makes an article fcr the cleaning of grease from clothing, was bau'ed np yesterday and required lo quit huin?ts or takeout a ilo license, lbeprobtsol tbe business do no iuslif' the investment, ani Mr. Edwards must devise lime other way f disposirgtf bis manulacturea thin by retail, except at his puce ol bu-ioess. Gus Woif, colored, wrs found in pos cession of a caddy of tobacco, for which he eiuldgivs no other account tban that be 'ound it 00 the corner of Pontotoc ard M in sireet'. It could nt be (a ablirhrd that Gus got the tobacco in any other way, and h was allowed lo go, but warned that htreafter when he found anything, fion a cambric needle to a section of the cvo in Lookout Mountain, be unit report it to the station houss, eo that tbe owner can get it. J. T. Fostr, the white msn who was die charzed Wednesday morning bv Judge Hid den 01 account of tbe failure of those ctiarg- me bim wi u stealing cattle to come up and prosecute, was immediately rearrested at the instigation ol tbe pirlies, who had been lc- lormed that Foster wis at Oscerli, Ark., aid came here to get a requisition f'om tbe Gov ercor ot Tennessee to bave him arrested there. Thers seems lo bave been a wtll-lald scheme to deceive bis pn s cu'.ors eo as to se cure his release from prison. wta man xsham Dean, colored, was ar raigned on complaint of another colored man named reter Armsirooe, woo cnarged "con nnbial trsspaea. ' Pete and his wifa had a eDute wbich resulted m separation, rooe went too'.d man Ishsm, a friend of the fotn- ilv. and secured a room, upon which Peter's jealousies were aroused to the extent that be set a trap to find out something. Tbe p'ans were poorly laid, lnagmuca as what tbev saw was not sufficient to convict, especially in face of the established fact tbat old Xsham aside fnm bis advanced sge, ia physically incapable of trespass of the character charged. The case was discharger1. "Dr." C. A. Peyton, a colored vender of so- called medicine, was up charged with being disorderly and using abusive laoeusee to ward his wile, between whom a meudliLg motbei-in-law bad sprung up a diu.-rence and caused a separation ot several nioath. 1 be evidence did not tuatain the charges, and tb Cheslei fieldiio dispenser cf all-healing ealv-s waa dismiissd Irom tbe presence of this august Court (the ioke is on the ac j-ctire). Tbe "Dr." figured in the court hr several vears ss-o. ana osretv es caped a term of years in the Stale prlsjn for cohabitation witb a wnite woman, ine wue. who was present yesterday morning, as well as the mother-in-law, would readily p-.ss for white wm-n. Charles R cha-d', a young white man who claims to be in the employ of tbe South ern News Comoanv. is in au unenviable posi tion in connection with a diamond-studded breastpin claimed by T. J. Bonnr, a colon d man, who rooms at No. 444 Main sireet (ibe Herbert block). It was in evidence that Richards went into Bonner's spin meets while lb latter waa asleep, to comb his head, and iram that moment the id was mis ed from Bonner's scarf. He afterward visited his inamorata, Mies Elfie Madden, and ureed .fair to so pawn it ior him. and she might retain half that could be realized on it. She dtclined. not wiahine to have anything to do with transaction that misht involve her in trouble. Richards' defense was lhat be fonnd the pin in Court caiiare. He was fined 2o and bound over to tbe Criminal Court on a bond of $500. Cariosities Ik Art, As nature baa her dwarfs, not only in ani mals bnt in vegetables, so art has also her miniatures: not so much fur uselss to sho the dexteritv of hand possessed bv the maker and although these are only made for pas time, yet tbe wortm-nadip and e.egancy 01 them may justly claim some admiration. Tbe history of tbe ancients' arts afford several instances ol tbese mtnute master nieces of human ingenuity. Cilicrates. a a'ooe cutter of Suart. made ants of ivery, witb all their 'imtra, so small lost tbe eye could scarcely discern inem. Mvrmtcide. of Miletas. made a chariot of ivory, with horse and charioteer, in so small a compav lhat a fly could cov r them with his winzs. He also mids a ship, with all her tackle, se small that a bee could hide i' A unm and oxen, mad of elare. so smal as to be hidden by a fly, ia mentioned by Cardan. The carious annalist. John Slows, in h annals of Qaeen Elinbeth, relates tbat Mr. Mark Scilliot. a blacksmith of London, as proof of his skill and delicate workmanship, made a hanging or padlock of eleven several pieoes 01 iron, steel or brass, ana a pipe y, all cleso wrought, which wrigbei altogether only single grain. He also made at the same time, a chain of gold, of forty-three links, lo wbich cha n the lock and key just mentioned biag fastened, and pat about a fleas neck, it drew tbe same with ease, The total weieht of the flsa, with its gold chain, padlock and key, was only one grain and a balL 4 Adrian Junius siw.it M chlio, in Bra bant, a cherrv-stone cat in the form of a bar ket, wherein were foJrteen pair of dice, tbe spots ot eich were so distinct aa to ne seen by tbe nacea eye. Schottus. in his travels into Ita'y, observe that Mr. George Whitehead made a ship, with all her tackle, to movs ot lteelt on lb table, the rowers plying tbeir oars, a woma: playing oa the lu e, and a email dog cryin tlied: ck the wbo'e 03 b'er thkn a aln it. Cardan airo susaks of an artisan at Lvocs ho avde a rhain of etas so !i?iit and sic der tbat if it fell upon a stone invcuieat it ould not break. Tbe celebrated John Mull r, or Molitor, be iss.metimes called, Kfgiomontanus, reported to bave constructed an iron fly, men was put in motion bv wheel-work, and nice fl;w about anl leaped npon tbe table, t an eotertimm'nt eiven bv tuis noiloso- pher to eom of bis particular friends, the fiy fl -w from li band, aud after trf irming coi -.'derable round it retarned a -in to '.he aod of it master. it. Mailiardet constructed sver. 1 auto mats, repreeen'ing insects and animals. KEAL EST A 1 15 TKANSFEltS. JjLu Dsnelly and James Egio to A J. ick and others, 5 acres eff of south end of lota 59 a;-.d t0, Kerr snbdivision, 270x800 feel, f 200 Jo'in h. Lynn and wife to J. M. Arbuckle. o acrrs end 23 scre on Macon road, iboO. slinter Parker to Pri-eilia M. Wi liams. lot 79, Tri g subdivision, 144xlio let, a mtn de McLieiuore avnu1, be:we.n Lalbam anl LaK-se avenues, (390. C. L. Loop to P. Walker, lot 29, Steven- sou snodivision, h4ill9 feel, north side of Moihy street, $350. Charles ti. Jones lo R. A. Speed and F. A. oo-s, all if his interest in tbe estate of his f itber, II 8. Jose. S4UO0. QUIT CLAIM. Minter Parker to Priscilla Williams, same as third in lis. Desoto Buitdieg ani Loan Aesociation to M.mer Parker, lot 3, Harbjrt eubdivis on. 81x150 feet. TRUST DEEB. Georgs Wb!e and wifa to W. L Clam 1 it S, b.ccic -W. bsio.i'J feet, east side ot St' Martin street, to secure $i0 to Minter Paiker DECREES. Chsncry Court to E. T. Keel heir. parti- lion 01 estate, as follows: bxnl L. Duly, parts 10 and 11. couotrr lot 533. 170 feet east -ide Main s-reet, also lots 103, 117, IS, I.I, I';4. lJi, Chelsea, and part cl ouo'rv lo'. o'.b, Dorlhess corner Chelse nd Fnmtn s-reth; S.tm Kel. lot 157. 115. llb.lia and 1ZU, Uueiata; :oa Ji.blaUKbter, part lots 61, 62, 63, 64. and all of lots 64. 65. 66 67 and 68, Chelsea; Louisa Overall, lots 105, 107, 10i, 109. 110, 111, 112 and 114, Cnelsea; John W. Keel, lo s 71, 72. 69, 70, iuo, rni part lots id, oi. .08 os and 6U. A FEAST OF A ft rUISUS.1' Lnncb 111 lor ike esdi I Ibe Crystal fume . The imperial and senatnrLaLroTcurts of ncienrn-rnre regi-rueu tlie turbot, bronjbt root Ihs sea auve and killed last before cooking, as tbe culmination of an tint was cligiutol at lbs festive board. We have 1st at our doors a greater piscatorial deli- cicy in tbe chennel rr blue cat. That eu- ;icrb caterer for gourmands. Charles Meisler. win 10-aay serve at tne crystal i'alace a cat fish chowder and a splendid red snapper. All are invited. B s! of Bohemian beer al ways ondraoeht. HOTEL ABItlVALS. Pen bod r Iletel. C. B. GALLOWAY Jb CO Paorsirroas, Kales ti 6t' . ti and fi per day. according to siae and location ol room. Table Board. ...S30 per month. R 8omerville. Va T J Ardor, N Y w K McCrorv. Ack Mts McCrorj', Ark Misa Jackson, Ga i T Wills, Miss W A Plunketl. Ark J A Durham iw. lex i Evans. N Y J B freuton. 8 C A Bennett, Ky miss ai lactson. (ia J McDonald. N Y A U Euelaud. Ark U it Roidnsan, 8t, Louis j o jocae, tsostnn A L Connor, 6 C F Joaes w&c, Misa J L Smitb.M Y W A Chriitian, M Y H A f'eec v Cincinnati W G Oiboni, Ey O B Lusk. N O J K Yorduian, aflsa OCl't, ark M SUndelnr. Miss w Scnmiis. Mill Mrs Vau AUtin jlc. Ark Mrs J B Riusell. Ark r 1- nnswen, ArE G W Wlntertnn. Misa 8 N L e. K s J L Friedman. Ohio V R Bailv. Et J B Weiitworthdiw, N Y Miss Weutworth, N r n u mocum, k iiuainKton, Va a I hicks. Ky H Kusworm, (Jiotinnati J 8 Bobbins, Cincinnati J W Ferry, Mo B Cooper, kiss ti S.iuner. Kv Misa Souper, Ky G Durali, Ark r oimmons, &y. Siesv Ularratdon ifolel. Bates li. 12 .V) and S3 per dav. bamDle rooms for commercial travelers nn eronnil il.jor. No elevation: no delay. Tabiea always set. L. l. iiusr , . UAKASIS. F Bslrd. Pa W P Caldwell, Ky W F McFarisud, Ty M F Baldrldge. A rat K R Den i Tex 1, A Goodnin. Ky T P Baalale. Ind J K Smubec ttf, ark W I. Arohloald, Hiss G Wsinderis. Mies Susie O Yate Mba A C i'erkina, Ky w llardln. mo I) W Duke. Ohio T L Itrt-rs, Ky S M B.sck.lnd A IVu; hwocd, Ark J A Hanltu, Ark N L Marmou. Alias J D Burns. Hiss Nell!-. Lvnn. Mid w j wills, N Y S VV Van A usUn, jr.NYsJ Hutheon, Ohio jsuiua.unio a. i .isrv, a.j i waiter, Ay. easin'a Hotel. European plan. Enlarged, aud refnrnisbed. Prices arcoroing to size and location or rooms. W. II. BINGHAM. ..JliHiau. Mrs J H Farmer, Ark W T Hester. N U K P Reid. Charlrstoa J M Hawkins. Mies F M Cud well. N C R W Cbrisp. Ark B J Campbell, Louiaville J c TAppan. Ara Mrs Blackburn, Miss W Hough, Tex F M R ibcrls, Misa J T Baker, Ark W Derrick, Ark G W Oweus, Misa It Myrick, A-k W W Alleu, Tex W H Benthill, Miss W L Vaughn. Mils Mrs Clitiou, Ark C T Driver, Miss W B Bbepherd, Miss Buck, Ark. J J Hunalmau, Iud F t cur so. Hiss J C Williams 4it, Ark J li Powell, Ky J M LindMev. Hiss J S Carlton &vr. Mies A Bl Kuaa, Tex Mrs T B Watkins. Mils T L Thompson, Ark B A Fischer I' J W Leiih. Ky . rsieny. miss J O Gr.y, Ark as iiioteu jr, la W D Preston. Ark Ml a at Preston. Ark G W Elder, lit loms K Cheatham, Arlc ADDITIONAL KITE 11 SEWS. Vicksboro, August 10. Departed: City of neioua, oi. Ljouia, 11 a.m. Kew Okleans. A'isustlS. Arrived Gjld- en Crown, Cincinnati. Due: Port Eadaaud baracs. aud City ol New Orieaus. Cincinnati. August 16. Nieht River 6 feet 0 inches, and tailing. Weather lair and pleas ant. No arrivala or departures. Cincinnati, Ansmt 16. Noon River 6 feet S inches, and fallipg. Weather clear tbe:- mometer 77. No arrivals or departures. 8t. Lotjis, August 16 Nizht River fallen 5 laches, and siands is Icet 4 luchr-s by the gauge. weatner clear sua warm, uepirico: a. h. uayes ana oargefi, rew ur leans; e;ity oi e;airo, vicasourg Cairo, August 16. Nigbt River 16 feel 8 Inches, and filling Weather clear; thermom eter 76J. Arrived: City ol Baton Rouge. New Oi- leaus, 2 p.m. ueparted: city oi Baton Jtouge, St. ixiuis, i p.m. ABOiner Lire eaivexl. J. C. Gray, of Dadesville, Ala., writes a': I have been using your Dr. Wm. Hall's Bilsam for tne lungs, ana l can say, oi a truin, it is lar supe rior to any other lung preparation iu tbe world. My mother was contiutd to her bed fo-ir weeks with a cough, and had every atteulion by as good physicians as tbern are in tbe couutry, and they all tailed to effect a cure; but wben I got one bot tle ol your Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam lor the lungs, she begin to mend right away. 1 can say in truth, tnst it was the mans oi havins her lite. I knew oi hve esses that Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam has cured, snd my mother is better now tban she baa been before for twenty years. UJiDKKTAKKKM. Funeral Directors, Mn ion Main TirRIAL ROBES AND COFFIN HARDWARE. O Orders by teletrrapb promptly fiUed, and CaaesanlDvea c O ". FLAHERTY fc &I1LTOIV 4 it 317 and 313 Second St,K8mphiSi A FHI.L ASSORTMENT OF M ITALIC CASK- . ETS and CA-SB always on had; a o Robes ecu "trimmings. Orders by teleerspb will rocetve onr prompt st toation. augoone wipiaauu u. H. A. THOMS, Am UNDERTAKER. S01 MAI bTBEET. S-ETALL'C CAsE4. CASKET- '(XlFFrNi iM. rial Kcbea, etc. C.O.D. orders by telegraph promptly siiea. 6. Milsiwa. OFFICIAL DRAWING or rats LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY, Single Jiamber, Class H." Drawsi at te Orleataia. Loolslawa. TweadHv, ascam 14, ISM. No. Ill 1ST. 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No. Prize 38 110 U9U 50 400 60 81961 SO 9Mf UW SIMS SO 96s5 SO VI SMI :0 XSxi ino S-SM-i L"0 93661 HQ JSfc7 Ml K-T 50 TI lis) 9719 ST9 M 9t79t ..0 (p-.Tai -.HI S-lvi ;i0 91t 1U0 9n?t9 100 "... W 96TiO SHO SO 94i?."S..... 100 9IV7S,-, KM aO 9ll7a. 100 .SS4 Ill) S1"-. -lot) 94177... .THH 96.i .. SO. S9J0V ;S 91-jal liril Ml ..760 61S72... ...750 61S7S. ..750 671 7.t0 61K75... i:Q 67S... 750 S1S77 750 61S78 . 50 ensTs 1000 numbers ending witb 77, belnr tbe two iani ngurea oi tne number aiawlnc the Capital Prize of 175,000 25 The surMTribeni hivhi iiitmivImiS h sl,,l Number Drawiua. Cla&s II. Louialana Htai l,tu,rv. hereby certliy that the above are the numbers which were this aav drawn bom the 100 ooo Dlaeed ln tbe wheel, with the prizes corresponding- to them. Witness our bands at New Orleans, La., this Tuesdajr, Angust 14, 1883. U. 1. BEAUKBUAKD, J. A. A BLY. Commissioner!. lrlaes t xkfaeal tm full vsllsient De. dseilsa. Parable on present ilion. Jtzpress C.O.D.,or any Bank tor Collection. No 94.177 draws caDital vriza. S7a.0O0. sold in Cblcseo and Kockjr lionnt, N. C : bo. 61 8S0 drawa second capital prize. S25.000. sold in Chlceo aod Bel ma. Ala.; No. 97.563 drawa third capital prize. tiO.OOO, whole sold In Kasbvllle, Tean.: slos, 75,779, 6.119. draw each 16000. sold In New Orleans and Philadelphia, and la Vicksbur-. Mow.: Nos. 15.261. 19,167, 29.672, 43,475, 98,252, diaw each 12000, Irao tious sold in iayton, O.. Guatemala, Central Ameiin. Iadianapolis, Ind., Parsons, Ks. New York. Chicago, Opeilka, Ala. .and fort Wayne, Ind. ClaI'TarailBT. swsmbar 11. IMS. under the supervision and manaaement af tun- eralsG.T. Beauregard aud J. A.Early. CAPITAL rnu.Mio,iui. nno e ucxets, as; nitna in pro portion. Address, M. A. DAFPHIBT. New Orleans, La. MENKEM BR0TIIEH8, Agts " Has been' more destructive to bnman health and life than war, pestilence and lain lne combined." So said a distinguished writer many years ago. and It la aa true to day as then. Tbe poor victim of Blood Disease ia drugged wl Mercury to cuia the malady, and tben dosed witb Iodides to cure him of tbe Mercurial poisoning: but Instead of any relief, tbe flrst breaks down bti gcnoral health and makes him aerlpple, and ihe other rulnabla dtgeatlve organa. To those afflicted In tbia way Swift'a Spe cific la tbe greatest boon on earth, ana is worth more than its weight in gold. It an tidotes tbia Menurlal I'ulaon, touea op tbe aystea, and bringa the sufferer back to health and happiness. Every leraoa who bss ever been salivated ahonld by all means take a thorough coarse ol this remedy. Jkttiksoxvitj.s, Twiggs Co., Oa. Five years ago 1 found on mv plantation a cole rod man who waa badly diseased. Be slated tbat five years before he had con tracted a violent case of Blood Poltoo, and had been treated by many physicians, all failing to enre blm. I treated him with Swift's 8 peel 6c, aud In a abort time be was sound aud well, and baa not had aaymp torn ol the diaeaae since. D, at. HCQHES. One gentleman wbo had been eonflned to -h-s bed six weeks witb siercurlal Rheuma tism biabe-n cured entirely, aud steakala tbe highest praise of B. s. 6. WHILES - BERRY, Chattanooga, Tenn. - tIMS KCWtBD Will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on Analysis of 100 bottles 8, 8. B-. on par ttclaof Mercury, Iodide Fotaaalum, or any mineral substance. THI SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, Drawer S, ATLANTA, Oa. wwrlte for the LlttU Book, which will . be mailed tree. Price Small siae, 01 per bottle. Large Else (holding double quantity), 0t 70) per bottle. All drnnista aM It- Dr. J. W. Dunniyant, THE CANCER DOCT R. OF COLLIER VILLI. Tenn., fs slopplug in theclty for a few days, at 124 Haroanno street, and wo-. Id be pleased to see any one afflicted with Cancer, Tunnor or Can cerous warts, qnntig nis stay. omultatlna fr HEADQUARTERS FOR BARBED FENCE- ?JRICES ORGILL BROTHERS & OCX HARD WAKE, TIJTWAKE, MACHINERY. Noi. 31Q and 312 Front Street. t Memphis Tennessee. EDITORS APPEAL-DEAB KIKt Ileae Inlorm jnr reader tbragb the oluan el jenr Tmlaable paper lhat THE FAMOUS MALARIAL REMEDY AND Will cre Hatlarlftl Fever, Janndire, Chlllsj and Kick Ilestdtv be. It still not Hallval saaa cantalna um Araenle. fstryrliBlae er Her cary. Only a half teatpaanfnl at ia !. rsald by all Ararriis(a and Dealer la Medicine I'KlfjK, 75 t'KS'l S. W. WILKEK!U5I CO., Wbaleaale Agenta, Meaapbla, Tenaeiwee. WM. II. KIKKHOOD, Kaanfacinrla; benUi. : ai. lsnlay silnrt. P.Mo0-fDDEN fc CO. Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 414 SXidn street, - - Memphla. Teuuesnee. "f. McCADDUl will rlva his personal attention In all 'lotion Omairned U toe Irax. aa4 to rranand t.n itbatal adraavcas a aaaa"wa EXCrKSIOX. ABKANSAS, TEXAS & PACIFIC khomt Liwr, VIS, MEMPHIS & LITTLE ROCK R.R. THI rios t:srHis,iLss, TuestUv anil TTeuaesdsT, Aug. 28 an 4 29 LIST OPrOBTtNITT THIS bEASOX. Tickets good for Isaya from date of sate at following rates for the round trip : From Memuhls to 'From Memphis to Forrest City. Ark.f3 15 irkaniaa City, Ark. 12 Br.rilley, Ark 4 40 MonUoellO, Ark 13 SU Carli5le. Ark 6 as Warren, Ark...14 00 Uttle Rock, Ark..... 90 Clsrksville, Tea ....15 IS Morrilioii, Aik 8 36 Paris, Tea .l S Rnihellville, Ark... 9 x, (iiinesville,T....20 25 oisik. Ark 11 Hi Kort Worth, Tea 2S 86 Kortamitu. Ark 12 S5Baird, Tea 28 IS Kaobel, Are ...1'2 8t';t)olorado. Tez .82 0.' Newport, Ark 10 25Big Springs, Tea ...31 60 Keusett, Ark ... 8 96'Waco. TeX 26 40 Malvern. Ark S 6.V falealii-e. Tex IS 85 Arkadeliihia, Ark S StMllearne, Trx......2S 45 Hope. Ark U 40 1 aylor, Tex... 25 66 Texsrkana, Ark 12 70j Ansun. Tex .. 27 10 J-n.e HlufT, Ark 9 60 baa Antonio, Tea. .81) SO Noble Lake, Ark 9 so Stop-over privileges will be allowed by tb M. snd L. R R. K. aua St. 1. M. and 0 R. Thai Texaa Ltnea will allow Exr-urslouiets stop-over privileges at Marshall, Dailaa. tort Wortb. leor. oou, Westberfonl and Kaatland. Paasengers for I'ort Worth and imtnta West of Fort north will be showed the privilege of going via Dallas and re turning via Hhermau. No stop-over privileges will be granted by the U R. aud t . 8. at y and U M. at. and T. K y. MK-EfiaEK THIS) IS IBE LAST EXCURSION THIS YEAR For further Information rail on or write to tb followlug named ageota: R. A. WILLIAMS. pamieneer Agent. Memphis, Tenn. BARNEY HUGHES, Ticket Agent 7s Main street, Memphis. Tenn. S. L. FIN LEV, . Ticket Agent. 287 Mam street, Memphis, Tenn. R H TaLLaV, Ticket Agent, 288 Maiu street, Memphis, Tens. T. K.ftlnl.KT. I D. KOnKBTN. I Gen. Pais.- Ticket Agt. Receiver and Cicn. Msn. Xlttls Rooli., -, r R.und trip tickets will b on aale at th atationiiof thediSerem roads runmug Into Mem phis. Roun-trip tic-keU lu conuectlou with thia excursion, via Miaiaslppl and Tenuessee railroad, fornalvat ln-naa. Miss. EDUCATIONAL. St. Agnes Academy. TUB attention of the citiiens of Meaaphls Is re spectfully ealieit lo St. Agnes Academy, wnlt-b will open Its fall aeaaion on UnSSsf sveaf teat tee, Avery exertion will be made to pro mote tbe health and Improvement of the pnpll. Besides tte utual Kngliaa brincbea, particular at tention is paid to Latin, French and German; also, Muuc ou tbe various Ins rumen ta. Drawing, Painting. Embroidery aud Elocution. Ualiatne nlca enter Into the dally routine, while tbe beau tiful locality lu wbich the academy la situated and Its araciooi open (rounds ado:d every dealtable meant for outdoor recreation. SillClJU HILL UOI,LUE, Noair aiwblle, Aluataaatw. Fouadei In 1830. Empowered by tbe Lsgtala tnieef Alabama to cooler all Collegiate Degrees. Location beautiful, and one ot tbe healthiest in the eouth. The health, comfort and happiness of tbe students the constant aim. A full corps of su perior and experienced teachers. Tbe three courses. Preparatory, Commercial and Classical, taught In the most thorough manner. Beasloa opens Oct. 1st. For further information, address -iu. win.- Hill Cniw Mobile. Ala. UUKUETWH! COLLEGeT" HEOKOSTTOWbT, hemtvckt, ON Clucinnatl Southern R. ft Located la tb healthy and beautiful "Bine Grass" region of Kentucky. 66tb session opens September S, las a. Inatractlon in all branches of a college education. Experienced Profeasora. The degrees of B.S., A. B. ana A.M. conferred. Useful course for those who can spend only one or two years lo college. Terms low for th advantage offered. For catalogue ot particulars, address early to R. M. PODLET, P.P., President. llafcsBis a Aarlcoltwral and Jfeehawleal Voiles;. NEXT session begins Sept. 2flth. Faculty ot eleven Profeaews. Gives Induitrlal Educa tion, Practical Agriculture and Civil Eogtnearlng Speclaltiea Location on railroad, bigb ana healthy. Tuition free. Expenses low. For cata logue, with pirtirrulara. adtlraaa D. F. BOYD. President. Aoburn Ala. STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED iS MONDAY, SEIT. 3, lHH'.i. Clasali J, njclestiae. 4'omnaerefail, Prepnrwtary, . And Primary Oatrassa. For Board, Tuition, Muslo, etc.. address HKIIIMSK M S I' KCI.I 1 n. rrsinenT LOTTERY. UTILE HAVANA COMPANY, OR SUPPLEMENT TO KUYAL HAVANA LOlTEBTt Grand Special Drawing;! o --. xxae. 4,C0 T1CKEIS PRIZES. OstpltsU Frli .17,000 Wbalca, IlalriM, 01. Takes Place Tlinrsdsy, Img. ti, 1S8S. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Oapltal 117.000 ,500 . l.OU) . 2,000 . 2.000 1 Oapllal Prl. 1 CauitaJ Pr aa . . 5 Grand Prlaaa of S40U eanh 10 Grand Prlaes ol 2US each.. loo Grand Prises of 25 each.. 2 600 11.020 2,100 1102 Grand Prlaea of 10 420 Grand Prises of 6 each APPROXIMATION PRIZE St Prises of 126 each approximate to th. 17,000 Prlsa . 2,475 99 Prises of 110 each approxluiaa to tb. Uu00 Prise tfw 1KM P rises (0. ft. Cnrrancv) ....44AS.S Prists payable In full, without de4cctlou.ou lb. arrival of tne omotal lists from Havana, Cobs. For tickets, circulars oi further Informations draa CM ASK A CO., Gaoeral Aaenta, ataw Uavwn Cnnn.. or No. . Wet Itourt str-e . Mf mr-lil.. Tenn MISCELLANEOUS. HENRY JAEGER. FRESCX) ARTIST, So. 39 tayosio Klreet, Mempsala. Pilvate Residences a Specialty. Bargains toTravolers tbvsks, Valines, etc., PAB BFXOW .COST. SAMPLE-ROOM. S7. MAIN BTREKT, OHO alia the Mew Menken Block. Benalrlng of Trunks promi-tiy attended to. I! EEDUCED. Grand Excursion I Mill! waieaastt?!f:V3