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- V KmiBorTk tb Prince Intend! U -Ftrela;. MUcellanj. ' fOFU. beptember 4. wnsn rrincs jLexander teacnea bona be was met iy a vast concouree of citizens, headed by the Mayor. The latter preiented oo the Prince in addnss of welcome. it expreteed loyalty and submission ln. the part cf the Bulgarians and ' tnlvereil grief 07er the recent events. .Print -Aieasnde. in reply, said his 1 eonf'oce in the furore was unshsksn. a Um summoned all Rnlonrl ana t n aaainf him in preserving order. The Prince entered the town in triumph. Ilia cortege was preceded by a troop of Roumelian hussars, fol lowed by infantry. Gaily attired peasants who had ridden out to meet the i Prince, followed the dense masses which lined the street-, cheered the procession as It made its way toward the Cathedral, where the te deum wss "V0,". 4 Pde followed, during which Prince Alexander left his suite and galloped toward the troops amid the deafening cheers of the multitude. i ihe C0MI,lt buildings, except that belonging to BuFsia, were deco rated with bunting and flags in honor of the teitoiation. ' Releaeed rrons Nupervlaloa. Vicuna. Sentsmber 4. Tha Nu Freit Prune publishes a dispatch from Sofia, stating that M. Karaveloff, the head of the revolutionary party which deposed Prince Alexander, has bnen releaeed from police supeivislon. The Kusian party in Sofia say that Maj. Gruoff. who took a leading? nart In tha ' coup d etat, had resolved at the time of the deposition upon killing Prince Alexander, and was prevented from carrying out his resolution by the in tervention of the Kusiian Consul. It is now believed that Prinoe Alex ander will ah licate, but that he will summon the Bolgiirian Assembly and submit the question of abdication or continuine on the throne tit Hint wiv lor decision. Powerful influences aie being exerted from several different quarters to bring about the union of Bulgaria, Servia and Rounaania. The accounts received here of the entry of Prince Alexander into Sofia state that the populace received him heartily, but not demonstratively. Daring the review of the troops Prince Alexander rode with CoL Moutkoroff, the commander in chitf. When Col. Moatkoroff went to meet Prince Alex snderthe latter saluted and kissed him. The Prince rode a splendid uurKor, who bom trappings. Metro polian Mirikofl me the Prince at the city gate, addressed him with a speeah of welcome, called him Bulgaria's prince snd thanked God for his safe re turn to the people, of whom he was the beloved. At the conclusion of the address Alexander and MirikofJ kissed each other. D galea That Al r Was Insulted ob MuHlan Territory. St. Petbbhhuro, September 4. The Journal dt St. FtterAurg denies that Prince Alexander was insulted while on Russian territory. The Journal de clares that he was received nt Reni, Bessarabia, with the respect befltting his station. He was hospitably enter tained at the Mayor's house, and both himself and his brother, who accom panied him, expressed themselves as satisfied with tbe treatment they re ceived and accepted an invitation to go to Voltich'Bt, Fur.her, Prince Alexander having intimated that he had with him but $10,000, the Rucsian authorities ordered the railways to convey him free, and a Russian otBoial was detailed toaccdmpany the xnuces mereiy to ooserre tne inci dents of their progress. Will RealgaH Alexaader Abdicate. Bsrti.iw, September 4. The Rouma nian Cabinet threaten to reaign if Prince Alexander abdicates. BuMlam Otfleera al Holla. Paris, 8eptPmber 4. It is reported here that within the past few days fifty Russian officers in mufti have ar rived separately at Sofia and placed themselves in communication with the Zinkoff faction of the revolu tionists. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. Inciting- an Insurrection in Bona. bmj, Bombay, September 4. An anony mous proclamation, written in the vernacular of the country, hat been f.rinrrtllcrrilT' nlrmilota.l In 4)iu DnniA.li calling on the natives to combine and throw off the hated yoke of theF. r inghee. The circular slated that Dhuleep Singh has joined the Rus sians, and that the Russians are ad vancing on India. KntarsacMl With Imnotlni Cere- monies, Calcutta, September 4. The new jMaharpjih Sciudia hs been en throned with imposing ceremonirs at 1 Gwallor, lbs capital of his dominions. A gieit durbar was given in honor of the event The- young Maharajah made a speech, io which he promised to su'paHS his father in firm friend 1 ship to Kniland. Heavy Itnah fires In Ontario. Tobonto, Ont, September 4. A vUspitch from Winnipeg saya: Heavy bujh firps are prevailing in the vicin ity of While Mouth .and Rat Portage, i- slng great datt ruction. A heavy Si rouiJ'eil ,Aat evening which, it is be ctr .wl11 t'9 an iojpoitant in- m00 IQ enPP'cssiog them. ner ranadlaa Flanlag aatereate. Ottawa. Ont.. Sentember 4. A a f.iultof the correspondence which .1 been going on for some time past ltweon tbe CAnadian and Imperial .ilhnrlltAM nr.lcra hivi K..n tunml K. he English Admiralty Office to the Commanders of all English ish war vewe's now alODg the Atlantto and Oulf psets to report at once t J Halifax for ,uty. Tory will be used to assist the I laadian cruiaerj in protecting the I ,'ierits aod also to look after the pro i Man of Newfoundland fishery, l , Oilers III Eetate for Sal. . jDritt.ru, 8'ptember 4. Sir John Lw nit bus offered to coll to his ten- a bis Tyrone estate on a twenty i.irs purchase plan, providing they y it all. " - - ,sl reaftinar tne Police at Beirut. f)i past, September4. The govern ill has decided to permanently in , ve tlie Bslfait police 600 men, and ,ett new barracks in the qnarers Vie disorders are most likely to -ir. pined t-t man Spy Beleased. 'e!S, e -Umber 4.-The German ' i ei whi bas bfen traveling . rhou France under tbo name of "7, and who wss recently snested on suspicion of being spy, has been releaeed, the authorities being unable to obtain sufficient evidence to war rant his further de'ention. , , Cholera Retarae. Rome, September 4. Cholera re turns from Italy: Ravenna, 8 new cases, 0 deaths; Ban Marco, in LniM, 30 new cases, 7 deaths; Poiigaor, 27 new case, 9 deaths; 3!) new cases and 17 deaths elae.wb.are. bam.!, Beptember t I'l'cuiViniia question sgaln threatens to become acute, under the concurrent declara tions of the conference of bishopiat Folds and the congress at Breilau. Baron Hermanns, in opening the cm trass, asserted Ihe right of tue church to absolve liberty in directing te'iiiou orders, including that of the Jesuits. Ilerrvon Windihorst, recalling the concessions already obtained by the church, declared that she would never cease to struggle until her full claims were conceded. The North German Gazette again warns the agitators that the government has given them the furthermost limit, and will never con sent to the return of the Jesuits. The Siechameiatr nnonneea that an an offer has been made by the Prus sian government lo purchase eight Prussian railways, thus completing the State systerr. It is proposed to exohangs shares snd debentures for j per cent. Prussian consols, the nrouDi oi me purcnase to be Z,778, 650. ' ' The Exhibition of South American Productr, which will be opened on the 15th Inst, in Berlio, promises to be ui greui lotere hs. me Argentine lie- public. Ch 11 and Brazil will nrl splendid collodions, and Venezuela, tragus and Bolivia will a'eo be woll represented. The German eteameis win Drm g exhibits free of cost. i tie German Compositors' Society, one of the strorgeet unions in Ger many, has gaind a viotory In the dis pute with toe Frankfort employeis. It was a test struggle. The mn have nh. rainea a u per cent, increase of wages and a reduction of working hours to ten uaiiy. ine Synod of old Catholics will meet in Vienna on the 8th insUnt, to nominate a Bli-hop for Australia. It is probable that the choice of the synoa will fall on Dr. Jean Fraidricbs, protestor of theoloiv at Mnr.inh. The Grand Duke of Hesse and family left Darmstadt yesterday for Franklort to visit the Prince and Princess of waies prior to the Utters departure iur xugmnii.- IN THE SLEEPER. Bervon Tronblesj Travellng-A NelUnU be. in The happy family of six In one sec tion is sslir early, writes Kats Field. The baby wouldn't be a baby did it not cry lor us rreaamu.ana tbe other children would disgrace their years uiu vuoy uni grainy a praisewortuy de sire for information by peering thrnntpVi 6Ha nnrvnn. woman's ,.. ttins, left flapping at both ends by tbe ciosmg oi tne peus on eaon side ; lor, of course, as soon a) tbe pauengers get up the proud young porter puts tilings 10 ngais wnn a siam ana a bang and a frantic application of feather duster. Reveling in his power, tne tmsty genius oi toe "sleeper thruttj a sable hand between the cui tains, after giving them a preliminary shake, and exclaims: '-Lady, its time to wake up!" Wake up, in- uoed. What - piling of insult npon injury. As though the nervous woman had ever been asleep. There are still two hours belore break 'a it. and it isn't time to wake up, but of What use to protest? Fate "hath murdered sleep," and the nervous woman, more or lesi a temporary wreck, emerges from ber misery to wash herrolf in the "ladles' toilet room." The door is locked, and she wanders back, toothbrush in band, to sit down among the strangers, while the proud young porter stows away her downy couch. Tbe nervous woman waits and waits and waits. The door remains locked. Sbe takes ont her watch and times the one occupant of that washroom, num bers of men meanwhile going to and from their open lavatory. At the end of half an hour the nervous woman appea's to the proud young porter, who wrings his hands in despair. "1 dunno what's the matter with the women folks, but they jeat drivoi me wtldo' a mornln'. When they gets Into that room they act jeat as if they'd got inio nesven. iney never want to come out. They prink, ladv. tiiev prink. Lord knows what they do, tot tuey aon t iook no uetter when they come out nor when tbey gain, but iney jest mace mecrazy, lor tneotneis want to wash themselves, snd how cn I gi and lung tbe danr and tell them I I quit. This one's been in an hour, or my name ten' Jerry." "This one" appears porfeclly serene, as though she hd not been guilty of unwarrantable seifl hnim What has she been doing? Djinguoher back hair and undoing her curl papers a part of her toilet that should have been made in her 1 r h. For utttr disregard of othor women's comfart commend me to the avenge w.nnan to bo fonnd in "sloepere." Many a time have I gone to a waynide break fast with uuwanheii face, bo?nuse of the supreme sellUhneis of my stx. And so sure am 1 now of encounter ing it that, wben forced to travel at night, I secure a "eUturonra." r So Boom for Moriunna. Nsw York, September 4 Jiulira Churchill, of the Supreme Curt, to day granted a writ of habeas corpns, ordering tbe Emigration Commission to produce twenty-three Mormon emigrants, who are waiting on Ward's Island to be sent back to Europe. The writ was obtained to test the legality of the powers of tbe commis sioners to send back Mormons as unfit to enter the country. tiddea Death of Urn. Aaalnwall. Pbovipincs, R. I., September 4. Oen. Llloyd Aepinwall, of Mew York, wbo bad been stopping in Bristol hla nl'y. was stricken with ap p'eJ ww mis morning and died at noon. AeeldenlaU Killed. Lancaster, Pa., September 4. Mah Ion Brown, while gnnnlng near Texas, this count, yesterday, was Shot and instantly killed by the discharge of a gnn in tbe hands of his companion, named Mclntree. The men were climbing fence when the accident occurred. . Judge Cobb Nominated ror Congress la Alabama. MoMTaoMERY, Ala., September 4. James E.Cobb has botn nominated for Congress by the D-niorra's of the Fifth Di trict Mr. Cobb has been Circuit Judge for twelve ytar and has just been re-elected for anothor term of six years. Renominated by acclamation. VicKtiiinta, Miss., September 4. The First Uong etui jnal District Dem. Aortirt flnnvntiiin viaer.luv h .a. clama ion, nominetHd John M, AUtin for re-elccuon to Congress. MEM1XI18 ; DAILY 1 SET ISSUE BUSED BETrTEES HT1031L BASIS 1RD ' THiTBEiSl'BY. Tke Rlgat to Allow Called Three Per Cents t Remain as Se curity to. Circulation. A Washing'on Bpe;l: Tbe isma has been made betwm the Tremury Drpartmnt and toia of the nation al banks la the meter of the rig it of a national baa. to permit the called 3 iter cent, tnds to teWain in the Treasury as a recuriiy for circulation. One of t Washington banks bas announced ht it int nds lo leave its called 3 per ?entj withjthe Treasury as the securityrequirec by law for its circulation, anl there are sims banks whose bondswere caled ever, in tbe 127th call wheh bavenot yet replaced them by I per cents. The Comptroller of the Currencyhas sent notices to all of tbes banks sat ing tbat the bonds have ben calledaod demanding that they be replaced by 4 per cents. In somt instancesthe banks have Indicated a purpose to contest the right of the Jomptro.ler of tbe Currency to require them to Sur render these bonds, snl to pnrcl?e new ones to take their rlace. Thehw is plain as to the requirements jor taking out circulation, tut it is silent ss to tbe disposition of .be bonds after they are called. The law provides that circulation shall only be iuu&l upon interest bearing lecoriiies of tbe United States, snd, of course, circula tion has never been tretied except upon tbe depoeit of such, seenritios. Toe cashier of a leading bank, how ever, to which one of the notioes of the Comptroller of the Currency was sent, has replied tbat his bank did depot-it in the Treasury before taking out for circulation tbe amount of in tere3t bearing securiiies of the United States tbat was required for tbe amount of circulation, and tbat he (the cashier) would be glad to be ad vised by the Comptroller of any pro vision of law which imposes any fur ther obligation in tbat rospectupon tne Dana witn regard to those se:uri ties. The banks, in short, make th point tbat having complied with tie law by doponting interest bearingse curitics of the United States before tbey received circulation, it dors not concern them that by no act of theirs tnese securities nave ceased to De in terest bearing. Ihey maintain that, having deposited the se curities that are reauired by tne taw, mere is no limner obllguion upon mem. and tbst the government cannot deprive them of a circulation Which was obtained on the bails of lawful deposit, the character jf which has been changed by the aot of the government itself : that, moreover. the government holds these called 3 per cent, bonds, which represent 100 cents on the dona", against which it bai issued circulation, even in the ciuie where tbe full amount his been tuken out for only 00 per cent, of tbat ammnt: that, conseanentlv. the oov- ernmoot holds full and ample security lor tne circulation. The office of tbe Comptroller of the currency, on tne otner band, main tains that tbe called bond, which, in tbe technical phrase, are "dead bonds, are not legal security for the circulation, and the opinion of the Attorney General has been asked upon this Question. This same ouestion has been ra'sBd balore, wben tne process of refunding first began, and it was decided by a de partment ru ing tnat tbe nailed bonds were not good as security, cut no linal opinion was obtained from the Attor ney uentral upon the matter, ai the banks were not dispo3ed to contest tbe ruling. rJbou'd tbe dacibion of tbe Attorney General declare that the 3 per cents cannot be used as security after they have been called, it is the opinion of banking men here that the 4 per cent, bonds will be enhanced somewhat in value. It is supposed that had the politi cians of Louisiana known that Man ning was being considered, a verv strong efl'ort would have been made to have defeated the appointment. He is in harmony with the political pow era of Louisiana, but is looked npon a j being tinctured, more or less, with muirwumoian notions. Pnwlrlant Cleveland never heard of him until Mr. Bayard recommended his appoint ment. Mr. Bayard said he was a good wnui iuu mm paiuuuiar bitch! upon the fact that he was a very high toned gentloman. Jur!ge Manning will It ave for his post of duty in a few davs. and hopas to arrive at his destination and assume charge on tbe 15th proximo. 11 is about 65 yearj of age, and of rather fine presence. He is also re puted to be quite wea'thy, having a very large ei'ate in the interior be tween Mew Orleans and Baton Rouge. aater Workman Pnwderly llaa Mad Kuouali. PiTTHiiuRQ, Pa., Septembor 4. An evening paper says a Mew lork tela' gram lecelved in l'ittburg today oc caaioned no little talk amonir the jvnigiits oi ijaoor lie re. it elated that U.neral Mss'rr Workman Powdorlv had noiified the Kuiehts of Labor an. thorilies tbat he will not accept an other term of office, and tint l.ij name is not to be uied at Richmond, as lie propoeos to leave the Order. The ti-li gram farther stated that I'owder ly s declarations were occasioned by nis oi-'giisi over recent uiuorences in the Order, aad the fact that his Imyslcal condition demanded a rent. ( was etatod also that Thomas, Ma gnlre and llonin, of District 49, Mew York, who have been considered in opposition to Powderly, had declared that uolther of them would be a can didate for the position. Prominsnt Knights here say they know nothing of Mr. Powderly s intentions, but are inclined to doubt the truth of the re- Theatrical Divorcee. New Yohk, September 4. The Su pre me Uourt today awarded Agnes Virginia Sullivan, the wife of Daniel Sullivan, well known as Dan Sully, the actor, wno is suing mm lor a divorce, alimony at the rate of $20 per week during the pendency of the action and a counsel fee of 1300. A decree has been entered in the Supreme Court dismissing the com- tlalot of Jennie Davis, who sued Chas. k. Davis, otherwise known as Alvin Joelyn, the actor, for an absolute di vorce on the ground of infidelity. She atserted that she was his wife accord ing to tbe laws of this Sto e, which fact be denied. The referee te whom the matter was referred reported that there was no marriage and that the complaint ehould be dismissed. Tne Zilwauaee Mill Fire. East Saoinaw, Mich., September 4. The latest reports from the mill fire at Z Iwankee make it the moet serlons in ihe valley for years. Twenty acres of buildings snd lumber and shingles wre entirely cin-umd, and huge piles of elas are etill burning. On the docks we o pi ed 10 000,000 ftet of lumber of different grades, and of this APPJAL - - SUNDAY, only 1,10,000 remains. Tw million sbinglewere burnd, and thousands of cordsf slabs. One-quarter of tbe mill traway, the docks, the saw and shingle tills, three drillhonses and dwellinfuru. wned by , the com pany we dettroyed. CLAT EATERS. Tke Plar Diet of North Care. laa Saadblllera. A Cari'u doctor in Atlanta Comti tulion: I.iave seen "tandhillers" in certain pts if Ncrih Carolina, and some Willi ten miles of C;lumbis, while e ngmd in eating their dinntr, and havabserved thtui consume, with evide, lelisb, large quantities of clay, and at's more, I have i' ined in tne fru r?pat and partaken of some of the 0ff mygelf. It is nearly Us elesr, bu0me of tbe clay eating epicures pro-.B eDj0, it bscsnse of a delicate flijr it pesesses. It is white, devoidtf Rrit and not nnhke the kaolin of hich plates snd sauceis are made. TiM t nothing diaagre1 able abont l clay and it may be taken into theomach with impunity. Ic is not injur'oj (a an ar iule of diet, indeed mauy cctend that it ineures longevity andWttrds off seversl diseates. There s well authenticated instances of Vnderlul longevity among "clay eat " and it is well understord by sue cf the faculty as have studied the Btject that none of the "sand hillers" ier suffer with in digestion or dyeptaia, and I bave never known one toje of consump tion j in fac, foollshg it may seem, I am constrained to dieve ttaa this strange haLit exemp the "clay rat ers" from any of tbe agents to which tne rest of the humsiimi y fs heir. ui courje mere is notrg very succn leot or nutritious abouv slice cf clay, but it certainly allays tt gnawicgi of hunger. This is done r distending tbe walls of the stomach. It is not to be expected tbat a clay ct will take entirely fe place of brea and mea, bnt it dvta this to a ceitah extent. In wy country practice, hich occt siona.1y carries me out intithe sand bill (occas'onally, I say, foralthoupli tbe sandhillers are the sicklknt look) jag, most cadaverous and woebe-gone beings in the world, they ve the bealtbieet), I have good epporbnities to study their peculiar habit?. Tbey can sub list on exceedingly lmited quant tits of meat; in ia t thjy get very little to eat, aod tuat tat tacon, about thrice a week. They are not lazy, but decidedly shlfttes. They are troubled with few wants, aowever, and tnrse are supplied easily, "Do they eat only onescrt of clay?" "As a general thing, ye?," was the reply, "bnt sometimes their table is garnished by a kind of ytllowishmarl, somewhat scarce, which ihey consume with a keen relish. It it said to taste swe t, snd they nee it is a desstrt. They, howover, draw tht line at red clay. This not even taeir ironclad stomachs can digest. '1'on't you eat red clay?' I aeked a gawty old fellow. 'Mo, surrre,' was his animated re sponge; 'I have occasionally had er brick in my hat, bnt I'll be blamed cf I banker after nuking my bowels a bri(kvnrd.'" OH! MY BACK fcrery strain or cold attarts that weak back ana neari prwiraus yon, nnro'5 THE BESI TONIC Strengthens tba Alascliia. Hteadlea the Nerves. Knrlchea the Bleed, Ulrea New Vlsror. Dm. J U MTsas. FkirSald. Iowa, bus: " Browo'i Iron Bitten t the boot Iron medietas I hT known In ) re.ru1 pr&otioe. lluve found It specially beoeeclel in nenrooe or phrsle&l eihenitlon. and In all debiliULinr ilmentn thmt bear ao hnavlla on Uw arsuou Uaa It rreeljt in mj own family.'1 Ma W. y. BBowh an Main Bt. Oarlnrton. b.. tys: Ml vraa oompletelr broken down In health ana Kiubled witn. pains In my baok. Brown's Iron Wars entirely Featured me to health." Oennlne has aboes Trade Hark and wound red llnet on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by BUVWN tlllEMlOALtlO, BAJLTUIOlUMn. RELIOVAL. OttoSclwill&Co.'i. SEED STORE Removed to 308 Front St., Between Monroe and Madison, Noarly Ol'I'nalta PonturBos. If "."T'r" '1. Nn fi.p. llTnMret'd Uiloa If Iv " !; , V:. i'l'n """ ,m print,!, now rwi.-IK-.; ' V 'r fV repreeente ofr0 hoa. Orlf i iO.AV1 "'"OnVie Libra- K 'r.t'? Bwks, Tables, Chair a fWl c" t -3T Boo Caeea, tonngef BU.cjftf .'l'M-J letter Preteea, Cabinet sctt- !': . '..-fJ Ladiea' Fancy Deaka, I , I kjfl I'rless Onaranteed. Outalo, fcaaatual ail n fl. .uiawto. SoputLug- A Lit pariont are herehy warned not purchase Certifloate No. 90 for tenihartl Masonlo Teranle Stoak. iisned lo R. W. Khel. ton, April 11, 1874. a It ha been Inst or mlt atd, and I hare ann led lor a duplicate. . 8. R. S11KLT0N. Administrator. c o lifflfl UUil UI Isl liJ a--L. HE T X E UC L H E NA V N II Ten E And n B i j S I ' OS9 JL-i "Londcsi" Trouser Stretcher Xjtl I fit? ,B Rn',0 ai Unl- wu ni.iea. mis agents in I nlteil Mtaiea for eolebratea Joha i Hamilton k Oo. rjtretoh sr. Takes bnaalna; oat ol nneea rettorei pantaloons to ordinal shae. Only patents, Stretcher euniblnlnasorew ros in combination with olampt. All others InlrinsemenU Original and on. f atreietoei f .. ..MII.hi.h,. I). Sii reas seourslr packed, l'rioe t2 Ml. Wrltt lor rireulara. Asents wanted In ...ra .It. . W, NlJIaf VH CO., Uvatoai.kaaa, I SEPTEMBER ,5," 1886. California . BURGUNDY, CLARET, ' RHINE WINE, CHEAP BY THci 33. T- QKMIilQ gjh OO. BiiiefCaiirtS'liofact'i IMni.1.. ar " - m S3 a aucj, msrmef ixxsa at iuik a ua v:jna oi YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER. AIDDUXUSII Doers, SaA, Bllels, Dressed Flooring-, Cellist;, x WeatherBoardle. CjpreM Shingles, Laths, Etc. T?F ,S,,.l.t.,f K?.Bn,2r"i bf any lawmlll ta tbe Hoatk for nllint ordertprompllr. laorins.OaU ila, Bidlsf, Btsp Limber and Crpren Bhintlss a apealaltr alw;FraiiBS aatbar of aUoloiaailons. W. make the Wholesale Baiisass a peoisi featus. Oraari aolioited and promptl nlled. OXO. BAYJII1.I.EK, AOEJJT, P.'U4 Jtfferton Street.- MemJhii, Tenneuef gsaggS,M e i a t w wp hi ;ai .nenjer ' aJLMsr-ea. SLEDGE BEOS-of mo, Miss. P. 1 .iw':W3fTl.l ,. .fcj.-$-.A t-i aai 0OT7ON FACTORS, Hosl. 358 and 358Front Street Memphis Ten. L M, A?PERS0N & CO. Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors, " 364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TEWlff. KELLY, I0PER & BEILLY, VHOLESALE Or ocers ! Cotton Factors, 1 So. 303 Man Street. Pay Block. JLNDBIW BTKWABT, New Orsans. ANDREW D. GWYlTNBi MairfAll SIEF1T, ERIE & CO., Wholesale6roceis,Cot.FactorB S9.SM AND S88 FMOST BTUEEtt WESSPVOS, XHB A- ETEV7MT BR0THEHS & COIIPAtlY cotton ncross AND cooission keehiants, WEW ORTJSAIV-. IQlTISIA7fsJ ARR1ISTEAD & LUNDEE, C3TT0N FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TSo.i 1 Front Ktreot. Cor. imer.TOorntoii & uo Cotton Factors, llTiolesalc Grocery P5Te. 8045 Front afreet, t Menil-I Tom:, JNO. B. T00F. . L. McQOWAN. Tool, iiciowan to. Yliolesalo Grocers and Cotton Factora And Dealers In Levee and Railroad Supplies, No. 74 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee. THE PETERS & SAWEIE Gd II. J0NBS. Prsitdsnt. I. V. PK1ERS, Yloa-Fraaldtai. W. D. t. SAWRIB, Beoretarr aad Traasarer. (Snreewora to Peters A Sswrle,) MASUFACIUBEKS OF THE M MAGS0UA BB1ND mm m mm m mm mm w m X3XIUOTOXia I 8P1BP. I. t. PKT1RB, aHO. AmT0t,P, n. it. jovm. no. k Cotton Factors, Uholesnlo Grocers, Ifm. 11 Uatftri Street, t x KTempliU. Tenru it. B. MULLIN8. of lata J. R. Godwin Oo. JAB. TONei, late of J. W. CaldwaU Os LITJLLINS & YONGE, Cotton Factors &Com mission nsrehanto No, 1 Uoward's Bow, Cor. Front and Union, KempUs, aaM , ON. BER TAED I PKATT QIW CO. 'Mannfaetnrer'i!Agenta for Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins, FEEDERS AMD CONDENSERS, mo SMILEY, SMITH at CO., Hannfaetarera of Pratt Eellpse Holler Gins, Feed era and Htn atepatrera, 08 to 104 Poplar St., Memphis. atvPratt Devolvinc-Head Qlna nne qnaled. titook now complete. Priosi reduced. Correipondenee ana ordert c olioited. Old Qins Repaired In First lass Orde-. All work guaranteed. Mm H0BFLEET, Besldemt Farther. rnlon. Hlmnpiiiw. lenn. , McTIOHE. W. Q. PATIES0N. , a W. 1). F. BATTWH. bE&MFLEEI 1 fT. i J.S r?9 fl 5t1 LaSalelte Academy WUlopaa 111 TaU Session On tbe Oth of September. Tbe Bistera enndnoties tha rarioni olaates will, as hsretolore. do all in their power te merit a eontinnanes of the kind patronage hitherto leitowed npon them. Karly sn tranoe and rsaular attendanoe arereapeot lullr reqneited. as they so crsatly eonduoe to the pr Beienry of the pnptls. Christian Brothers'. College, 283 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS. 6TUDIE8 EESDMED MONDAY, SEPT 6.1886. For Board, Tuition, eto., we eatalogue, or """'SrQTHBR MAPRELTAN. President. Uiara uonway institute. WILL KEOFEX Monday, Ootober 4, 1886. Enrollment Latt Term, 822. A SCHOOL for the development of Tltor oas, though Ini, aoble womanhood, Thia result is reached br breadth ana thoronshnesi of instruction and the awsk.n ina of patient, earnest endearor. A new and oommodious boaidlns department h just been eompletad. The department of dress matins and mil linery ia added for the first time. In the absenoa of the Principal, who It ia Europe fcr the summer, catalogues will bo furnithed on application to Mrs. B. P. Mor ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be founo at any of the eity book stores. rs. Bowies' School Opens Sept. 1J, at 155 Adams St. SPECIAL advantages for young ladiea la English bourse, Latin, German, French, Musio and Elocution. Thorough instruction by modern methods is offered to boys snd girls from primary clasBoa through grammar oonrse. St. Agnes Female Academy, MEMPHIS, TESI, THIS Institution is delightfully situated in a retired and healthy part of the eity of Memphis, eommsnding the advantage of town and oountry. The entire surroundings breathe an air of peaceful fecluiion, which ever aaerts to powerlul an influence over the moral, physioil and intellectual lite. The coarse of study embraces the various branches of a solid and useful education. In the regular English coorne, the pupils oa enterins are ranked seoording to their pro ficienoy in Onhogiaphy.Orammar and Arith metic Particular attention is given to Sa cred and Profane History, Rhetorio and Composition. Latin and French enter into the regular oourse. A portion of time is al lowed to each pujiil for Plain and Ornamen tal Needlework, bhell, Flowers, sto. Terms. f or Session, payable half-yearly, invariably n advance. For board and tuition in all branches taught in the highest schools. Plain bewing, Mar king, etc , Bed, Bedding. Stationery and Washing. 1100 and $125, ac cording to the age or olssa of tba pupil. Special terms when several members ol tho tains family attend the lobool. Mo allow ance is made for partial absence or with drawal before the eipiration of the te' m, ei oeptin oases oi sorioiiior protraoted illness. KiTgis German, Italian, etc., each 112; Musio on Piano and use of instrument, H0; Drawing and Water Colors, flOi Oil Paint ing, 20; Embroidery and Ornamental Work. Id; Use of Library, $2; Vocal Musio in class. Si; Private Lessons, S15. Board per month uring vacation, if (pent at the Academy, wash ng, ele., 115. Medicine and physiciau'a tees will form extra charges Terms for day pupils, $3, It, 15 or $6 per month. For fur ther particulars apply to the LADY SUPERIOR. THE STATE FEMALE COLLIGK WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1886. Located ia a healthful and delightful suburb, ac cessible by car lines to and from all parts of city. Instruction thorough, and according to the most approved educational methods. Superior and trained specialists in the va rious Departments oi Music, Art. Elocution. Modern Languages, Scienoe, Clasaica ana Primary Teaohing. For further unrtion'ars apply ta HISS MOLLIS a. MARSHALL, Prln., Memphis, Teen. DesMer Female Institute Boarding- and Itay Nrnool tor Young; Ladles, Tascuinbla, Alabama. A OTH ANNUAL SRSSiON opens Wednea LA day. Scut. 1, 188A. Full FaculW of ex perienced and aooomnliihed teachers! Char tered institution. First-class in all its ap- f ointments. Board, including fuel and ights, tuition in entire Literary Depart ment, embracing Ancient and Modera Lan guages, with Music, will be furnished the entire year for 2'0 in advance; the above, with Art, 1225. Catalogues, eontainini fall particulars, sent on application. N. A. FLClURNOY. A.M.. Principal. School ofLanguages FRENCH. GERMAN, ITALIAN, 8PAH ISH. Instruction In class or private by lessons. For term', address LEON LANDSjlKRa. Qayoso Hotel. SOMERVILLE INSTITUTE. A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for Boys and Girls. JCnglish Course, Latin, Greek. Musis and Art thoroughly taught; Book keeping also. Boys fitted lor tollege. For catalogues address toe Prinoipal, ft. 9. UUKW, Pomervilfe. lenn. St. Mary's School, Ha. 8S3 Poplar Street, MEM PHI. I I I I t TEHNENSEB ABO 4 KDINS and Day School for Voung Ladies and Children, under the cksrge of the Sisters dt Bt. Mary, of tha English Church. Number of pupils limited to 100. Next school lerm begins weptem per 9h. PANTOP3 ACADEMY, NEAR CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. For Boys and Young Men. Send for catalogue JOHN R. SAMPSON, A.M., Prinoipal. Bky. FDHAR WOODS. Ph. P.. Associate. EBICA.I. BEFABTMENr Tulane University of Louisiana. Formerly, 1847-18&4, the University of Louisiana TTQ . . . I 1 I-., .1 l dianiLflna nl the 8nuthirnHl. are nnriv.leit. as the law secures it superabundant materi als from the great Charily Uospital with its 7(10 beds, and 211.000 patirnts annually. Stu dents have no bosp tal-fees to pay and spe cial instruction is daily given at the bedside of the sick, as in no other institution. For catalogue or information, addrexa 5 Prof. 8. E. CUAILLK, M. D., Dean, P. 0. Drawer 2iil. New Orleans, La. Bartlett Normal School AND TRAININA INSTITUTE yoaBOTU SEXKS A school noted for its progres sive methods and its thorough, honest and practical instiuction. Coune of study ar ranged te meet tha demands of the times. Degrees conferred, tuition cheap, board f.om $i to 112.50 per month, location pleasant, sehool wall equipped. Students received any time. First Term opens August 113d. Second Term, October 801 h. Address NEUHARDT k N KU H ARDT, Bartlett, Tens Memphis Female 8eniinaryl MRS. EMMA C. TUCKER, Principal, THE FALL SESSION WILL BEQlS ttepteaaber SO, 1K6. Best educational advantages afforded to Sf pile. Location 7 Linden street, emphis Institute, WITH ezperieneed asiliUnts In all de partments, will begin its sixth year On September 13, 1886, at No. 174 Hernando street, formerly Grace Chnreh. Boys prepared for either Business or College. Discipline firm and strict; in struction thorough and modern in methods. Modern Languages a special leaturs. , , For terms, etc., address or call on WHARTON 8. JONES. 136 Hernando street, Memphis, Tenn. FXIVKIIMTY SCHOOL, PETERSBURG, VA. The Twenty-second Annual Session of this School for Boys begins tbs first Monday in October. Thor ough preparations for University of Vir ginia, leading Engineering Schools and United States Military and Naval Acade mies; highly recommended by Faculty of University ol Virginia; full Itsffef instruct ors; situation healthful. Early application advised, as nisi ber of boardera is atriotl limited. For catalogae address W. WQRDON MoCABE. Head Master. Ytlttiat-f ( DEPARTMENT, VAR Ita RltlLT I'MI V KKNITT, Raahvllle, Tea. Thorough instruction in distinct oonrsesof t ml, Mechanical and Mining Enaineerin. (Annual Tuition $), end in Manual Technology (Free). Full Facalty. Ks'ensive equipments and facili ties in draghting-rooms, laboratories, shops and Beld practice, rn trance Ex .minationa 6ept.ll, 15 and 16. For circulars address Vila WILUAilS, Bcawi.