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The mxbtil of these modeex
The Greatest City tf tk West, the
W.ader of the Wrld-Wht a
Xprnphii Lady Think s)f It.
i ootaaarosrBtyci or tea trMAL.I
Chicago, III., J ana 24. One would
hick that halt Chicago n lor rent,
II swing ceixV'For Keui," t es many
of the vlndowe ia iipniflrant Vet,
sJespita tbii fcf. bouwe of ev?ry va
yioty end kind ere in process) of
erect'oD, many ol them very lorely.
Ttcfla'eere convenient end far more
yeaiontbie thin tout with us in
Jdn&phlf. I vender why eome enter
priiitig men In oar cit dor not kuild
two cr three houses stith flatt nicely
inr(f(d for two or aoie lamiKee,
.with ell modern improvements, m
they are tntactily aoieg cere, tucu
u renting lor l-'5 or more, c wt;n
trj lix noma, end it is rsr that they
treemp'.y. Ism told thit Ihe itiiae
t,d lomettiDg t do with three
'tense birg empty, m well as
the fact th.t many are going sway
forjtbe mmmer. Vet none could
detiic cro'er or lovelier hornet tban
thcee opposite L ncoin Park, fronting
iheiak. A my pais dies net
lord cirriage I evaiei myself of one
M ihoie hldeoQS cott'ivsncee called
'tausW to ride down Michigan
nd Paitis avenue, and to see
Ihe build mss that Uve ir wn up In
such rnsftnificeoce since 1S80, my last
visit here. These conveyance! ate
urtc'eety like bogey, witn ttie f out
rlo.ed in by a wooden door that comes
breast bigbjustin froi t of jour knees.
Ihe dtrKtiDOaid, tnree fett beyond, is a
trtscect, somewhat like a barrel tawed
i in half, and arjund tte fcorae' hip.
Om this Is soother and smaller cres-
Went, over which the reitertacb. Two
Wteeled wi ll bl(ih shaft', the driver
kx r tied oa ', email sett at tbe b'ck,
;lnl tbe reins over the tp. You
Srotclsr haw h gets theie. what be
would do and how.you wou d behave
if the Lone ran away with the
awkward tontiivanci. Xevertb
let, as it ccm a do lar
m honr. manv teonle hire them in-
eteed ol capiases a: 1 60, aodtwi
wolIs taa be vriv cosy in them, on
olmervcd tr troubled by the diiver in
' front, or, rather, be does not intercept
your view, tut as to hit cb ervation,
lie peeps through a giod-eiied square
opening on tp if tbie thlid cousin to
m hDLirr. Through this opening be
informed me as to who lived in this
man ion, and wbat pork man or mill
iota re bad the bleeaed privi eg of
anion it at pile of brick, atoue or
jranlte, aa tba case might be. I went
Tato tbe great diy gooas house on tbe
coiner of Wauing:on and Sta e
ttects. (cennied by Marshall Fie d
.& Oo. The ytung girl wb was rent
with me aav me a deal if iDiorma-
tioe, whicb I briefly cond-nse, aa it
ahows 'what toe ncn men
of tbe future will all do in
time ti render tbe condition
of ctrTttl ud labor a rafe one In
union. Tbe biue la cloted at 12
o'clock every SatU'Hay. aod 1400 era
ployea are fre for that evenirg Tbe
1 ure ';uns at 8 o'cli ck and cl.nes at
bo'.'.oci, and in anmmir the em'
ployes cava two we' vacation i in
winter, one; cboosirg tlie time grner-
' . a'ly direify after the inter holidays.
' Ab,"stersid, "i . isa lovely hoiias;
; the employer ate so kind. We can
! never leel we are imp- asn on in oar
' work, we are ao amicus to please
f , them."
A rcom in the art dpartmest ia
i Dt r eet inwel. Vls uuholstered in
; yocisd aataa instead of paperinv,
aod tbe etvleof fu-niture suBgreted,
1. rnly of a e, Ute and beauty; screens
XI cammered Das; japanens wora;
! tapestty ol toe rcheet ol
ing; sialted gisss windows wn'ca
are eo lommooly osid to
.in dwelling houses of the wealtny
are here. A cuitain cr ac-oenbe'ora
the doo'8 was comioeed of email bits
of ctLe. stiuns on Mtrirg'. a bead of
guy coiura at etch section dividing
ttiecaie. wtich were in bits abont
-twoincfriln lentth and Lot la'gr
tbin a very email prcu. so arranged
that the colore tj)iiid spsns and
angles as ouly the Japanese isn ar
rente such dcviies of brtutr. A
cortanof black tain woven in im
mrnre gniuen figur a o' biid', gavt)
eott ot eombre g ory to cne end cf
Ui s tare rx ni.
I do not timk I ctn serve your
lalv teidera bifer tban dweiiiuii
li ; tier on another room showing th
latent derices and ferclia tor tble
lfctrtion. .'or in this noin'tvary
itiing that rendeis a dintrg-n oru
veritable tling of branty was eet
forth. The.taosroaH dressers ates
idnof the room were ornamented
-with a fovering of motive cioth
(Hlged.witn lace, and email silk
teesels, dfgred for holning the
articles iqu rd npon the tsble
t a dming. Lovely tcaifs
t f tbe oiuntal goods were eunpended
over tbe nucer pcrtione oi tne s:ue
toard dreetei. In tbe renter of the
table, which wss covered with pu e
whiie dsnrask. was ano'ber cloth
about tao feet and a hill wide and
thiee arid a half feetlorg, ot a moet
ctainurg'y decora ed cream colored
tzate'V. It was edged with real 1 ca
fte nchee wide end every three
.fi' tv natt pale green eilk tassels
jyfndhfa H At each corner was a
ilia'TH oi varied colored glass, sna
J1 r an epergne of esquiMie
'" .-lim o it-is'jiouea laoo eeticis
tor. Chigwax tand'es were at eash end.
f r AiBd Ih a cloth platca and g'aasea
r .ere arrarged for six auess. The
room was drsped snd carpeted, in a
- cbatmirg mannrr, and you tcrg.t you
.' were in a mart ot trade.
. One unique itatur of these Mmi
our laoiea ctn easily copy, to
many ate now paiu'ing iu ril
Pieces ot fine while Cbineee msttirg
wire so beautiiuUy pain ed I had to
1 tom b them ti eee what the material
! wee. Of thir, pictures were maie fur
- screens and tor wall decoration?, and
lad only to be seen to b appreciated.
Another thing I noticed, tnJ tug-
gest 'o yonne ladies woiking for fans
to imitate. Old ntmpaa plumes were
' dyed and ntiiued In many wy. Com
mon palm leif fare were covered with
; tliedeliuate feathery Btib.taoci, sewed
on in small sections, and in tbe center
; a bird of radiant plumage wa fastened.
t-creere rcade of these would be very
Ltntisome indeed, tnd the fans deco
rate rooms beautifully, I tbink tbe
totes weie tbe greatest In aicty and
co'or I ever saw ten sl.sdes
f undyed beaver, ia tbe nstoral fnr,
ere here shown, and a sealskin robe,
'raiutd at 150, bet as tbe dty
was, made me ft el a deeiie to pos?M
it, and be in some cold la'liu!e to
ccuda down and bold it ata'tsf my
face and cudd e ucdir it A enow
while and a eilver gray foi were
mounted on b'ue atd ttr ped plrmh cf
tbe fineet quality, for eo.'a or cha r
Of more importance is t notber fact
that wa frrsentod ta me. Unit
ttarvi d, I went with my litt'e son itto
a rwtamsrjt, near the noon hour, and
fZMlMmimmum i. .
tailed fcr filed trout In a moment
a lent slice of lake trout, a dish of
potttoea, and a diah of pudding or
tapioca was placed before us. To
my inquiry, the waiter stated
that any fi-h cr treat cilled
for rained at 15cents wsa a dinner,
accompanied by tbe two diahee
earned. No beer nor liquor was sold.
It wtsslunchhoossto came within
the means of worklngmen and wo
men, and there sre numbers of tbem.
Everything else was five cenia addi
t onal, vegetables, milk, tea or coffee.
Thirty rents in this way would give
two gcod me a'a a day. Leaving tbe
table my ynunt; escort of - twelve
wanted to ride on tbelake.sa we wect
down and took a encall boat that runs
out about about mile from the shore
t3 a sort of wharf or mole. These
trips are made every bait an hour and
tbe boats ere always full. "Iehmsel,"
in -Vofcy Dirk (a tovel cf rare merit),
aaya tbat at certain eeaons the old
fieb element in mai demands tbe wa
ter, and peiple feel mora d site for
the shore and the sea, and the lots of
waves, and the creak of rart. 1 guees
this is so, fir the boat was filled every
una it went oat. If any neiro in
Memphis wants to make an Independ
ent fortune, let anyone w bo baa tbe
musical talent diss one was ooirg on
tbe beat we went over in. lie bad a
French barmonicon fsteced to a wire
end strapped abont bis body, so tbat
it was s'ationsry ana in retcrt oi nis
month by bending bis head. lie held
a guitar on bis Up, which be pUyel
Drettliv. In front cf Mti. on tbe fl:or.
wsa a email uoaro, witn a npriam
piece bo ding a euspeodf d tnaog e
lie had a bit of noo, to arranged won
a spring to bia board tbat by tapping
his foot on it tbe triangle was struck.
Over tbia wai a string fastened by a
Lojk to the toe of his right fot; this
was attiched to two drum at'eke, con
venient adjusted on a drum ring tnd
the dram ttiapped tt a piat
of the boar. that held
tr.e awning tbia be beat with Lie
ight foot. To see th's mn play, b a
ting, talk was a t est and when
"Awsv Uown L'pni tne wewanee
Bivei" relied out, accompinied by ita
orrhettral airargemants, we were
qui e aa well pieostd a when a little
g rl we llttsned to the nt-gres pity
slits bao)o, tnejewenaipanatnenauie,
only it tjok t ro, where thla cunning
muelcitP, by b s mmy device, played
lour instruments at onur. D. tens of
men came out to fieh, and, true to the
old inttlnct, negro wooen were sit log
along tbe wooden per (trout In tbe
lake ti lilrg, catching little, ii any
thing. Men lied cotdst9 their canes
and fished among tbe rockt in tbe
wooden ma trees fr c afl-b, tnd
teemed ae glad ai school boys when
the rnloto was hauled up with a
crawfl-h clinging vin,ou-ly to it The
"ci liters'' were given away to tae
fis lers for bait
Returning, we aaw the tady-bo
coaches lessing the door ol the Le
nd Ho el, and the rod on top
were vers mrry as tliey went oown
Micblgtn averue, driving lour in
band. The laces, I tbink, ccrne off
soon. A veiling of email boys called
our attention, when sudden y tbe e
Sashed by a trlcyme, witu a pretty
woman in front snd behind her on a
hack seat was a man. Awiyth'y
fiiw, and I thonsht by and oy two
will lit between the wheels in tbe im
proved machine, and buggies and
boises will be at a discount I feel a
sort cf weird tense cf roinething un
canny as tbrse swift ill ding, no'se'rss
iron tteeus (iDe DicvnieHj nasn cy
with aauudlers graie, for they ire aa
i ommon on the s'.iei ti here ae ia the
tight of horres.
Uiod steed, tro, need no leeoing,
grooming no' (tabling Men cut of
the city, cleiks, a bool teaobere, busi
ness men ue tbem and sve much
eipense and Wirry. Kvery new
advanoa ia tbe 11 ot steed and
saiftnest tarries my tonght to the
time woen the whnle blue bound lens
space will be iu a for tbe air e bp to
speed It way irom cl y to city, fiee
from dust and noie.
r-ome briin and hand even now baa
p'auned, and on y waits the anepicions
oonr wben frnltioa will trowu the
itri am aod wi rk of yetrs.
. ELUABKTU L. 6AXQK
THE OLD HOME.
It llnndi upon the hlllaldt, with th tail
Hue n din i o'er it.
The b'ii td, with tne Itlnon lit the door,
Aud lb quaint, nid-iiiiiinia iuuid,
(rntlT eloi ins down lulure ll,
I let lljau in iht d ol yor.
I rtntoiber bow th tuDthin fail aerott tke
n.i.m.l th wooden doortUp, old ana
And how tb niramtr cloudlet! etat their
quli-klir flnptins huow
On diaiKbt litlda uf ruitllnt, rUenlnf
In the flen'unt. roumy kitchen I im my
VCIIh latlir.i-i.vrit Tllhl nun wide:
Vhlle ur weel-fuced mother liitefit, at tht
! w hir aniltiDK.
And rocke the old red ornUle by bar eld.
Three brown-rrd little children, with tan
lil itflnn triMiM.
When eveoins prayer in ilinule worda tt
Com olinglnt round ber Beck with lovinc,
Then merrily to trippint off to btd.
01 happy yeere of childhood, with thoathts
o tree ano ii'n,
Anil ..ui BnfliillelttMi dAiciofull ol reat.
Ouroldheftrlaloveto )ir, fUr all our
And cip Ksd meju'rr't pleturea to oar
Shall we ever. In tt eotatry, tb bright
and (Ivrluul rn.
Wis bark ih imele innocence and bll't
W aw when, in rur tbildhvod, in th
iImai- nld home !n heiT0D.
We rereived our angel mother's good night
- 1W( 0. Wuhtrkxr, m fiotloN Jo mat.
Pt. Louts. Mo.. June 20. Aftrr
soirlted discussion in the Honae of
Delegatea last night a bill grantirg to
the Inn Monnia'n ttailroad Company
tlie eicluive right to build an eie
vattd railroad from tbe bridge in tbe
pIit to the union decot was pasted
The KevuUican this momlng.ln regard
to this action, says: Wh'le put'ing the
bill through ia tual coLSiderntion,
the membeis oi the Hoots diaok tbe
railroad company's whisky snd
smoked its cigtra. Af er the bill was
paa'ed the entire body nioceeded ti
the neatest raloon and indulged in a
loyal carounal at the expense end un
der tbe auspices of one of Mr. Gould's
TahlBC Cp Plae Laad la Iwlelaaa.
New Om.iASt, Jone JO Mess's.
Eobicsrtt snd Lacey ol Gracd Kapids,
M.-h., have just completed the entry
of 22,000 aens of pine land in O.I
ctffltu and Vernon parishes. Tbe
above makes a total of over 100,000
aciee ettetcd by this firm in Louisihna
and Miteiesippi since the 1st ot Janu
ary last A number of Michigan and
'Wisconsin patties are now in the
woods lookirg sfter valuable pine
lauds in Louisiana and Mitsisaippi.
Ixtendlaic Tbelv Llaee.
AfsriK, Tsx., June 26. The Gu'f,
Coordo end Santa Fe Kai'road Com
pany has filed an amendment to i's
cbtrter by which its citrittl stock
may be Itcteved ti $10,OiHi.0OO, and
providing lorlinincbes and esfennions
cow under contraH and tbat base
X POEM BY II. K.D01K, OF THE
Which It SberUy to Find the Light
of Day, a Surprise to the Crit
Memphis correspondence of tbe
Louisville Courier-Journal : Wbile on
tbe subject. of Memphis newspaper
meo, tt more than with ordinary
pleasure (bat with a very considerable
measure of trepidstton, meanwhile),
that yonf correepnndent first makes
public a literary secret which tbe mod
esty of tbe aathor baa kept for eeversl
years scrupulously confined within
the nirrowfst Dostib'.e circle ot bia
immeditte frlendt. Stveral months
sgi I got hold of tbe neatly bound
vo'utne, printed in e'earrhsjactere on
the tvpe writer, and read with coo
tWntiy increasi og lntareet as page after
page ais.'cm'd tbe toncbes of a maa'er
Land. I m led tnertfiooa a few choice
Actions merely for my own gratitt
cation, without intsndiog any pabllc
m ntion, aad none will be more sur
prised than tbe author himself to real
ibis ezpreeslcn of the naer.ts of bis
work. Candor compe'a tbe admission
that I pernors viula e a confidence
which thould bs vigorously main
tained, bu; I trust ti Mr. Dotk'a good
rente and good temper not to be loi
bard 03 one wbo is torely tempted. I
baidly know whether that natural in
tt net of tbe correrpondent ia alto
getberreptebeneib e wbicb impels him
to venlue the more bold.y even
into "pcttti" fiilds and private pre
serves tbe more luciously temp ing
giesms the fruit fiom over the priva e
wall. He has kept bis s cret well for
tevsrsl years, until now I bold the
public has a right by ezplrat oa of the
statute of limi a ions. At all events I
can sugceat but one method by which
he could have matntaioea a perpsiuai
lien on so gocd a thing as Amuxu
mm, and tbat ia ts baveibrorn aside
his typt writer snd gone into hit own
cbir jgrsphy shades of p or liloi s and
Horace ureeley I cot wc ai printer a
cat', or what "rule in Shelley's case"
c.uld bava unlocked treaiures so
hidden aaay benea'.b hieroglyphics
f om out wnote pagta would f jrever
riee t fancy's eye tbe marble features
of tlie Eypt an Bphioz w.th ficg-:r
laid scurely on her lips :
Mr. D.at has long been known as
one ot the moet delightful resdable
and vigorous ed toiitl writers in the
entrecoun ry, North or South; few
bave thougnt of him as one who,
even fur bis own smu ement and pis
time, bu cnterod tbe province ot
drsuittie liteiatare and comcoscd two
works of tbe highest order i f merit
His first venture was Hydia, which, if
ut on tbe ttage ts a spectacular
rma, wcu'd shame the tofl'ng pro
ductions which sre patron zed now
in sheer went of tomething better and
more elevat ng. JSydta ts based on
Bolwei's iotl Doyt of Pnmptii, the
plot It well c-nceived and sustained
toroujbout :he moral a ennobling
and inep ring, and would thiill and
fill an eoirec a lve audience. I can'
didly commend it to the tbeitrical
managers oi tne country- i peraa-
venture, they migbt pievtil ou it)
author to trust i s fortunes to the
modern audience, aurfeitsd wlih tbe
Yum, Yum, 1 urn snd the htgh-dey
didd.e tbe -cat aad the- fiddle- the-co
jumped-over-toemoon tpeiimtns of
nlwbly refined rhaptody.
riutipy purpote ooiy is ti quote a
few sslectina fiom Anelodtmu, a
tragic poem, writtan nut with an eye
U aratnaiic euec, urn. ia waicu iuo
genius of a John McCdiloagn woald
have found icjpe and verge for stria-
It g aod lorciole sitae lone, iullow
inir it a synopsis ot tbe hlttor ral
eventa on wuiuh the poem is founded:
"la tbe fourth year ot the first Mee
teman war (between tne Spsrtant and
the Meeteniant) the Mesienltna, after
many leveiaer, are add to have gath
ered new 10 are ne, dui tneir &.mg,
Kuir r-s. etill did not venture to fate
tne Spartans on even groutd. Hein
tiencued htmB!f In a s'rotg lositlon,
but dis ster f J owed disaster. . ftles-
reiilas e aves joiued tbe ep&rtans-
fiiminesnd dioeMne invaded the coun
try. Tbe Metemiarta f it t'y Ithooie.
To eoiist tbe godt they sent a consult
tbe oracle at .Oilrhi, whica declared
an uoBulbed virgin ot tne blond of
Kpitut, selected by lot, cnu t cernsde
the vie i in i f a too urra eaenbee to
the poweta bslow. 8aou d tne lot fall
wrong, one willingly mua-. auner m-
t't ad. Tbe lot wae drawn, and fell on
the daughter of Lycisciu, but a tricky
axHbanyer foibadetne satriflue.-for be
knew (or pretended to know) mat tne
maid wis not of the lineage of A'.py
tus. Meanwhile Lyciscos ian off wuh
ber to Sparta.
"Hsreupoo Ari t demns, an -Lpytid
also, aMeeeenianGeurralol rxnowned
valor tnd patriot i in, freely offered bis
own daughter (Lycia) to the sods,
though tbe day had been fixed when
she thould marry Lysnnoer. To save
ber from death Lysander forgnd, a tale
against ber bonor, to wit, tint she
would soon become a motocr. There
opsn Aiistodemussiew her with his
own hand her boner was cleared;
but tbe toothstyers said tbe murder
was not a sienricf, aud that another
victim mast be sought But Kuphtes
Eersnaded the people that the oracle
sd been du'y obeyed.
"Tblt tatritlcal rite much discour
ate J the tfc-artana. and it was on'T in
tne sixth year tbat their King, Tueo
pompus, led his trmy against Ithome.
EuohaS slain, AriHtxItmos waa e ect-
ed in bis stead, lathe h'th year of
his telgn Arietodemus won a great
battle; the Sparta us were dixcour.gt d,
and aought aid fiom Delphi; but
Aoo lo declared that Moseeoi should
belong to that Bat on which anould
lirat dedica'e 103 tripode at the alter of
Jupiter in I. horns, tiiieoreparingthe
ofleiinga Sparun (who tiallieatu oi
the oiaoie) stole intt tbe temple by
night and placed 10) small etr.hen
tiipoda around the altar. Arisiode
mns was dismayed hy the portents cf
unpenning ruin. He gncst ot ns
murdered dauahter appeared to him
often, snd finally he slew himselt at
h'a iltugh'et's tomb. His succts or
was defeated, and in the twentieth
year of tne war the Merseniaos llsd,
leavisg their rich fields in possession
of the corquerort."
Tbe critical retder can lee that it
requ red a bold genius to enter a field
like tbis, yet tbe very ftct tbat these
events were chorea lor the ground
work cf a poem is a gurnty cf
manly aod vigoiona conception. He
makes the four characters, Ans'.ode
nius, Lydia Ly,ander (in love with
Lydia), and E ra, tho daugh'er of Ly
ciscus, vainly and madly in love with
Aiis'odemus Is drawn as a reiiicns
euthueiaet, a pe'riot ready ts sacrifices
everything to love of country. Ly
sanrier is nature's ptotcstsnt, keenly
cmceiving and tborcughly deepising
tlieohams of pa.aniem tnd tbe nypo
critical priesre wbo held the people in
surK'iefitioiis thrall. I.ydia, devoted
to home end native land, ready al
ways to dto for dn y; Kirs, a less
eth'eiisl cbatflctsr, blmaly aad selli3h-
ly infatuated with Lyaander, as
read to die for -love -as Lydia for
The pcem take Ttrry bold liberliee
with the historical facte, and after
Lydia is murdered to gratify a toper
atitioa be eo bitterly defeated, Lyeaa
dtr deaeris to tbe EparUns, deter
mined to wreak vengeance on the
murderers of bis betrothed. Thither
Lira, whom Lyeander despises, fol
lows bim. Her blind devotion nwkes
her a fit ine'rument in Lytander'i
bands, and it ia aha wbo is aent at
Ly sender's direction to lay the Spar
tan tripods at tbe foot of the temple
in I'home; It ia ber form, revealed
by lightning flashes, which the re
morseful soul nf Aristndemns mis
takes for the murdered Lydia'a spirit
then, and aa sbe, in battle, hovers
over and shields Lyeander from tbe
strokes of tbe Talorons Mesnian.
How deenlT the berow Lysander
loved la Illustrated in tbe lints:
In fa repine for nin'i greet eoul, when lor
tr.i. I....jt tli. i..n hai.ii f Anit eima
An let lh aoul abroad, to yearn for things
H.tond thla mean, contracted marual
And bete tbe devoted, dutiful Lydia:
"Oh, awocter far than tofteat lay of late.
The' wetlike clnmore, heralding my love
Oh, come the uamp of e teeda, th Uumpet'a
And all those diicordr, tweet with din of
I't learned to love, bit homeward march
How eweetlr hum the bea. How aoft dlatllt
The rote ibeeodora o'er my flagging apint.
'Tia ce within thia Iot eoobanted apot.
How bright th purple Heat! lb tun'l
dent bat ma
Stral. tlidiim o'ir tht tilitm, mmplitt vnvr.
tnrvuatl r green am, ifunKi
Thttakirt. Pamiana' pebble and abellitrewn
Pricking with Lvd'a. whose mother
died of her birth, Anstodemus styt:
Thine eerliert breath caught ell
Her fading ire, and thou art doubly dear.
To his b-trothed Lysander, dejp-.s-
ing the pr:estciaf t of the age :
And heart! firm-fixed in rigut create their
By right and might."
When tbe treacherous Lyciscus
falsely proffered tt sacrifice bia
daughter in the ttead of Lyd a, Aiis'o
demus tans upon bim:
To leek of thee roinpamonihip in grier.
Or lua my wu, drowned in another's iu."
Dexribing Arittdemns in grett
mental psiturbation, Lysander says:
"The murrleeof hit fai-e
Did seem to knot ibemaelvet In torn treat
Ai.nrfer m , .
'1 do forswear the goda that jan command
Euch wanton, moat unholy, damned ritea I
All loyally and each ailetiant ti
1 here renounc!"
Eire (tlone ae Lyaander entire) :
"Pee wher he cornea to melancholy now.
tie looka at on in whom th win of life
Run out, had lelt within tae Te.nl only
lbe aoggy ieet of life."
There mav bave b;eo, Indeed, more
than ruperstitious fear which appalled
the Spartans on htarirg how gladly
Lydia died for home and dnty.
jtrwioifVmiit-" W have riven eouniel
And yean of aervice till Melasma
Corpae-like with broken ipear and
The bpartant Bed
They fled appalled to know Merttnia'l
Would d o to iar th Bute."
I realist how noeat sfa.tory this Im
perfect sketch limited to narrow
space presents tho noeri'B of Arutode
mu. Tbe author adop'a cnly a few
lnailinv faita cf history a the ground
work of hispodm, sj few Indeed tbat
tbe prudue.ion is more nearly bia own
in all respects tban nine-tenths ot tne
hletoncal poems.' To the readeta of
tbe bare hittorical detsils. proty and
oninUresuog for the most ptxt, ne
fnrniehea a vivid nic'ure, enterng a
held of dry, be'd s ubble, be make-, it
to burgeon and blossom ail over witn
frnita aid flower entirely b's ewn.
Itiaoneol me present needs ot tne
Use. as of the etudv. tba; great His
torical cbarattera and events should
he drama iied or pa-apbris d by
basds capable of tte work giving ua
afresh sipply ol literature to make
the hearer or the retder bigeer, braver
and better for the eximples it U us
tretes. If Mr, Doat wiil bring cui
Kvdia and Aristodtrnut fiom their hid
Ing and turn them over to the pub-
lisoer, I warrant be will beaounuaDtiy
tmoaiatied. i c. b. m
FIVE CHAIRS VACANT
Among llio-e ef She Faculty of tbe
Uulverail of Mta.laaipal.
IcoatsFporipitiics or ths irrtiL
flTKnnn Miss . Jnne 25 The MO'
teee of the fMa'e University sdjourned
ysste day nfter an interetting nd
eventful te'sioa leet'ng nesrly a week.
As tbe remit of iheir effjns tr-ers is a
varancv in the folloairg departments,
toheflllid ai tbeir meeting in July :
Chair of Lin, faimerly ocenpied by
1. A. J. Qnnche; of Graek, byD '.
J. J. Wheat; of English, by Dr. J. L.
Johnston: of Alttnematlcs, oy uiaua
Ins W. Beara; of Natural (Science, by
A motion to abolish ths syetem of
cotducat on introduced here two years
ago, waa lo-t by a small miijiity
Col. Tom Wh ta. Col. Muldrow, Col,
H. J. Barr and tbe Hon. C. B. Howry
wtre amjng tbote wbo voted for the
M is i t'al ie McS.Taom wre re-elected
to the chair of elocut'on. We pre
dict tbat a'tr ar.ot her yeai 'i experi
ence the trustees will ase the import
ance of making this a separate depart
ment and will govern thenise.ves ac-co-dingly.
Mr. tiullivan was nnanlmtus'y re
elected sscre ary ot the bosrd. If the
TJniveisiiy has one energetic, (rue and
t'ied, dyed-in-the-wool friend, it ia the
Hon. Hugh M. Sullivan. blip.
Too Maria for Sherreperhe.
lea she ilea foe Ooaareee.
icvattsroaDBKCi or tbs arrtiL.l
Scmihvillb, Tans , Juoa 25. We
have bad rain almost inoa-antly for
tbe past tbiee weeks, and crops are be
ginning It get very grassy aud need
work very nounb.
CanditJatea ate beginning to grow
thick. Among the number we no'ice
one from your ci'y, Mr. James Phelan,
wbo, by the way, will get a very
strong vcte from thla county. He is
retarded here aa tbe strongest man in
the emire district. Tne Somereille
cornet braa band serenaded him here
tonight as a tokn of their apprecia
tion for him. He is making many
friends here and is reta'ded as a bard
man to beat. Tbe Rsds are to have a
powwow tomorrow, but it will not
amount to muoh, ts old Fayette ganer
ally downs them on e eclio all
around. moderate citizen.
The Broadway Railroad lrearhlae.
Rosnot T, S. Y., Jnne 26 The mat
ter of the Broadway eurltce railroai',
which wss to have been argued before
Judse Farkerat special term today,
waa adjourned byconsentto Stttirdty,
July lotii, at the same pla.e, be'ore
Judge Parker. Jude tH'hoobniakcr of
Kingston, tonorel lor parties in New
Vort, wan pnsen. Edwin A. Bsdell,
of the A't rt'iev tienetai'e tlice, p
peared for the Attorney General.
JUNE 27, 1S8C.
OS the M dy ef May, IMC, th irm i ef
GhtEK k ADAHJ5, Alterntyt, era dia
- . f . AS AHA-
s. p. idaui. Licuacs taas.
k.X3a3VXt3 efts XaA.MB,
Attoraeyi at Law,
He 10 Kaaltwa Bt., M etaahle, Teaa.
Practice ia the Bute and Federal Courts of
Tenneaaee. ArheniiM and Mi-iinrrd.
2 iB i-$ 3 3 a. 3 3 F 2
B 3 IR
M 3 X
S B 3 ?5 -
S-JP7 -n o ?
JOHN E. EiJiDLE k CO., Agents,
M CHICHEHTEB'B iaeUSB.M
Tbe OrlBiaal aad Only deanlne.
Hal andalwayt itenaoi. Beware oi worm.
la-Molmitationa. Indiipenaableto LaoiEa.
Ah jonr ieroggiel lor "Cblcheater'a
t'.aali-- "and take no other, or Inoloa 4
(atampe) to na for iartiou)re IK Ltrraa by
relnre mall. M.xaa- fAPHK. Hal
eheeler t taeanleal o.,
231S Madtaoae Hqaere. Pbllada., f".
ai ttAocguppiita iij ujEu.u.uuouwui
saaoleaale lieau, Hete. tteaa.
NOTICRit barebr given that the annual
meeting of the e:oekhoMeti of the
K&nlea til IT. MemtihlB and Uirmlns nm
Hailroad Company will be held at the office
ot tbe Miaiieaippi and Tennessee Kailruad
i?Amiiinf in the town of Hernando lie Ota
county, in tb FtaU Minief ii)i, at 12
o'clock, noon, July 1 ,.88A, lor ibe purpoae
of electing Director! and fnr the transaction
of anoh other bnaintia at may properly com
before the weetin a. .
uisd. it. ivi.iii.txv.-, ire it.
J. 6. Pokd, Sec'y.
No. 5016, F. D. Chancery Court of Kbelby
county. etate oi xenteaie tb. u. u-
Cobb et al. ...
T) S eirtua of Interlocutory oeereea for tale.
j3 entered In the above cento on tbe 2nth
day of June and Mb da; of Novtrnhf r, 1H.H6,
M. B. 48, p. 6X), and M. B. 60. paae 111, I will
tell at public auction, to th nigbeet bidder,
in front of tbe Clerk and Muter'a office,
sonrthouee oi bhelby county, Alamprai, len
eatardae. Jelr 84. 1&86.
within legal hou'a, the following deeribed
property, aituated in Shelby county, len
nearee. to-wit! ...
Lot 8, block 58, fronting SOxlTU feat, south
side ol ueorgie ureei, ...
Pert lot 1. block 41. beginning on loath
aide of Vance street 80 eet eaat of tbe earner
of St. Martin atreati thence eaat with Vance
atreet 70 leet; thence sou' h oO feet; thence
weat 70 feet; thence norm ou leet to in oe
Lot 19, block 64, beginning oe the weat
side of Hernendoitreet at norlheau corner
of aaid lot; thence etwr(lly with the Im
f .1. M (Unn'a lot Urt (eet to the e at line
ni rl. Mnibv'a lot! thence aouth ith said
line -21 fectj thence eaetwordly with lltnry
ilo an I lne to Hernando itreet; tbeoc
norih with raid street 21 feat to the begin
Terms nf Bale On a credit of six months.
note bearing interest, with aeouii'y, re
uuired; lien retained; redemption barrel,
a. I. McDOWElL, Clerk and Master.
ry II. F. Wairh.DrputyClrlcendMaaUr
p. JJ. A C. W. Heinkell, solicliort.
In a lit lithls Kemmljr tor Livr Com ,i taints ltd ilion-
Of aormittTiHl ar lurina is'iiuhhhiwi iiis iiici, u tvri
ptTsft, CtniTntlon. BlltouintjM, JnurMhrss, HvadevrJit
UalKna.Hlienn UFIe. Ito, li rrcmnira i isvwsria, rut;
leRiliM(Ml. ptrpnrthait the wV'ttiiti, iop dl-(1ioi
' AN INVALUABLB FAMILY JflEDIUIKJB.
rnouianas ot Tesiimoniaisi prove iib mun
VliIX DHUUUUST WlUeTElX YOU 1T ItKPPTATlOW
Mississippi ATennessee B.R. Co,
Bjioek holder' Heestntr,
Meurma. Tang.. Ma 12. IMA
THK President and Directors of tbe Mis
sissippi and Tennessee Railroad Com
pany, in accordance with sect'on 15 of th
MhrLar nf ..Id Cnmnanv. herabv call a gen
eral meeting of the stockholder in this Com
pany, to be held in the olnoe t toe uomp
ny. In Memphis, Tenn., -n aoednewalay,
the SOIIa day of Jaaae,lN, for th pur
pose of considering and acting on the eon
tracts authoriaed by thia Board on the 11th
dayot May, llWfl! As to a Union Paasenger
Depot, as to Track on River Front in Mem
pms, as to Gravel and us of Terminal Fa
oiKtlea of thia Company. . . ,
By order of the President ana Board of
S. H.LAMB. Se-retaVy.
on -KcKldent Sotlce.
No. JM, R. D. In the Probate Conrt ol
. Shelby County, Tennessee. Bernard Dau-
riao etal vs. the Unknown Heirs of Ara-
I ella M. Bacqu.t, deceased.
It appearing Iron original bill Bled In this
cause tbat the names and residence of th
heirs at law of Arabella M, Becouet, de
eeaaed, ar unknown, hut they are believed
to be non-residents ol tbe Ste'e of Tennessee t
It ia, therefore, ordered that they make
tbeir appearance herein, at the Court-Houee
of Shelby county, in Memphis. Tenn., on
or before the first Monday in July, 18M5, and
plea d, answer or demur to complainant bill,
or the same will be taken fcr confessed as to
them and eet for hearing ex parte; and that
a copy ot thia order be published one a
week lor four successive weeks in the Mem
phis Appeal. This itilh day ef May, 1886.
v'L. 0. Mcbonald. Derate Cle'k.
ohn Loague, solicitor for compl't.
This BELT or Re
gen.r, tor ia made ex
pressly tor tne cure
I of degeneration of
ith generative or
'gans. There ia ne
mistake abon thisin
strument (be eon
tinuooa stream 01
moat'ne throush th
tiarta mus- restore
jv' ' FOFS'V V:
them to health, action. Do not confound
thia with Kleotrlo Belu advertised to cur
all Ills from head to to. It is for the ON a
speoido purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatlion. addreaa Cheevor Electric Belt
C)., 101 Waahlngton street. C'hicag , 111.
DEM0CRAT8 TO THE FRONT Te 5
parseaa seeking Government Eml
r'oyrtent in any of the departments as
Washinirton, or any other positions nnde-i
thaUovernment, I will send lull instruction!
as to bow to rwweeiS to obtain thesarue,
and Minn at Form of Apyllceiioo rn
recall ol tn Dollar. AOilrew JSSIIN
A. SJlBbli, lAK!lk-tes Ctueaare
m -.'(Ff Is
n r f.
B 15 111 r TO UT. I
n a. M i ' w" "
I W I V'"" wtettMWWOtlal
? s sa
T" Mvt MgaiTriTHe tivre MT ft IHOPOII
IntJIsputed In the BROAD CLAIM ofbeb'Ql
fEEI BEST OPERiTHlff,
Kost Perfect Cooking Stove
EVER PLACED OH BALE.
FOR 6ALE BT
H. WETTER Sl CO., Aflents,
fcu ttVm rti 1p Ib
ftlMlet tt tht clM
MmrUtifr, knd Ut filim
tluuttt MiTtMSAl lltllhfr
wntfwasB a uat mm
im public a4 sow iiikt
if ( letWiBf Htstpi
of thee. 'loot
A. I fl,,!!Trl.
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce it and obtain agent w will
for tbe next aixty days give away, tree
of charge, in each county in tbe U. e. a lim
ited number of onr SieriiiHa Kleetre, aval-
vaaalc aanapenaory neiia. rrice go: a
poaitiv and unfaillue cur for Kerf oua De
bility, Varicocele, Einitsione, Impotency,
etc. asuu.uu rtewara paid u erery mil we
mansiactur doea not generate a genuine
electric current. Addrxas at once ELEC
TRIC BELT AGEKCY, P. :0. tox ;179.
Brrioklyn. H. . .
newTDtnert and eitimatea o the cost of ad-
yertiiing. Theadrertiaerwhowanu to spend
one dollar, finds In It tbelniormetion he re
quirea.whll for him who. will inveat on
hur.dred thousand dollars in adeertiaing, a
..v .n 1 .iii.B,.l whtnn will meet hia
erery requirement, or can b mde W do ao
by alignt cnangei eaauy amTeo ii uy orr
spondenoe. One hundred and fifty-three
ditiont bar been leaned. Sent, poatpaid,
to any addresaior ten cenia. Anpiy to vw,
p sfiwr.1,1. CO.. NKWSPAPKrt AD.
VERTISINU BUBEMJ.lOBprueeet. (PrinV
I THK 1.1 V UK.
X It K 1
BO WE US.
A 1'OSITIVE CUBIC Wit
Sick Headache, w
liosr : Dne to two teeaooonfula.
IM-nUIUU ' 1 V BV " "
.mini erkugcaar. inc. nac. liu
M mini oi iwu in vmi. i
C.-cS Orchsrrl Water Co.. Prop'rt.
S N. lONKS. Vaim-fT. l.u!S'lle. Kv.
No. 2&.W, R. D Ch eery Court of Shelby
i-'ounty C. W. Herbert, administrator,
vs. L. 8. Bond etal.
IU pursuance of the terms of a decree in
the above stated eiue, I wi'l, aa Special
Commissioner, pruoeed to 'ell, at public
auction, to the highest binder, at tbe south
west corner ot Main and Madison streets, in
Memphis, Tenn., on
lnMlay, I8lb dny nf Jesly. laaa.
the loilowing deso-lbed real estate, in bhelby
county, namely i Lots Nob. 4 and 22 ol the
Herbert subdivision, as made in the case ol
John Herbert vs. R- A. Hicks et el, lately
pending in the Second Chancery ( ourt ot
Shelby Connty,to which reference ia made.
Lot No. 4 ot said subdivision, fronting 81
feet on g nth side of Jaokson street by 150
leet to an alley ..... . ..
Lot No. 21 of said subdivision, frrnting 81
feet on north side of Alston avenue by 150
leet deep to an alley.
Said property will be sold on th loilowing
terms, namely: One hilf of the purohase
money to be paid in caph and the bakence on
a credit ol six months from the date oi sale,
the purchaser to exeou'e noiea witn approved
personal security tor tbe deferred payments,
and a lien to be leuined on the property sold
is a further security, the notes to draw in
terest from date. ,,
I reserve the right of making one bid on
each lot so d.
tale-to begin at 12 o'clock noon.
C. W. HAKBERT,
817 and 819 JTSX. LOUIS.
Jf. Second St.
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
Aa WRITK FOR CATALOCt E. -Sj
WAVMTrn AOENTS.Men and WjmM
WAN I LU to sell "THE CHILD'I
BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. H. Via
cent, D.D- One agent haa told 65 in a towi
of 674 people; onoT3 in avillare ol TV4; i ni
new agent 86 In 10 days; one ilnS In 4 snccea
sive weeks; one 40 ixt'6 days at two dideronl
times. Experience not necessary- duress
. CASSELL k CO. (L't d),
40 TWarhnrn .lr.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
n Tns ii"'iN siii'T ivniuii:!', ivi,i'vi:i)
(it,.- ih rtl-.Qn-n
On 11,0 cfitrr
V V -T 1. li F',
No. 6197. In th Chancery Court of Shelby
County, Tenn. Daniel Willeita et al vs.
John Hunter et al.
It appearing from affidavit to tbe bill In
this cause that the defendants Willie K.
Martin, Thomas L. Martin and John K.
Hunter are non-renidenta of Tennessee and
resident" of Louisville, Kentucky;
It is therefore ordered, That they mak
their tppearance herein, at tbe Conrt-House
of fcholby county, in Momphia, Xnn.,on
or before the lirst M.mday in July, lSi, an,
plead, anewer or demur to complainant!
bill, or th same wi l be tikun fi r conlesss.
as to them and set lor hearing ex pane; it :
tnat a copy of this order bo published onca 1
week, for four suroessive weekf. in ll
leui,hi Daily Appeal. Thia 5th day
June, Is-. A copy itr?t :
S. 1. Sic 1)0 ELL.Ci.rkand Mii?Ur,
Rv B. F. Coleainn, Deputy 0. and M.
Piistoo k Potion, sol. lor compl't. ,
ST-T I sflawaitsaKfas.
OlaJB H SIT El, ALCM KPaSI&tVhSi.
Hoekbridae Co.. Va. Biah in Ua
lnga,itenaiTeand aeaatitully aaaded lawn,
elae, eler trie bells, aad all modern improve
gaenta. Two daily aaaiit, poet, WlegTph an i
expeeaa office oa th premiae. Table the
very beet. Laxartooely- turn u bed rooaaei
bui orb bead of Music. Send for illustrated
mmpclet. cnarsea moderate, upon lor ti
tore. Jon 15th. Watrra.- Jlxet, CtaJtiale
mit fwom. R. T. VS imtrK)X.Mn'gr.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
MealareiBBerT ('ty. Va.,
TT. vln kun diAmarnl rsnairad aad nanoV
aoanely furntabed, will be opened for the re -
eeption ot viaitnra on jobs i, low. gqrpar.
uvular mvvir v - " f
ger, Montgomery bpringa Poatotnoe, atoat-
THE WHITE i
WEST TIRSSISIA. '
Immediately on the I
na of the great Chw
apeake and Ohio railroad. Tbe most cele
brated ol all the mountain reaorta, and one
of tbe oldeat atd moat popular ol
AMERICAN WATER1SG PL1CES,
Will open for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water, 2U)0 feet; surrounding;
moantains. 3600 feet, raiupmeie eeseriDine
advaotagea can a naaoi uwaceiaa
A 3. W K. R . or of
B. F. EAKLE. Mnperlntendent. '
Finest 8ammer Resort la Ameriett,
Hf innetonka Beach Minn. .
Offera accom modatlons nneqnaled by any ho
tel in tbe weat. Kates, t3 per day; f .5 per
month. Circulars ana suit i paTOcuiars ieue
promp'.lyon applieation to El!uaA& HKlUei
Manager. St. Papl, Mi.
Old Point Comfort, Yirginiiv
TERMS for th tenfon of 1886, beginning
June 1st, reduced 23 to tO per cent., but
the higheet standard of excellence main-
Send' for illuatrated descriptive pamphlet
and terms. ;
r. n . rtrtm. manager. -.
East Tennessee. .
(1ELEBRATED at a cur for Drapers!,
J Chronio Diarrhea, Indigestien and all
Kidney Affections. Beautifully situated oa
tbe banks of a crystal mountain stream.
Fine 6'hing, beautiful drives and romantra
scenery. Climate unsurpassed Hotel and
- i.nuij.1.11 avllnt riirden.
Plenty of fresh milk and puie butter. Pitty
miles norm oi vnaiianooga. vmj m
bourarun from Atlanta. No togs, malartav
or moaquitoea. Board reaeonablo. .
X. n. UUItinAfl. rroprieior, .
Formerly of Warm Hpringa Hotel, N. O.
gasrSend for Descriptive Circular. '
THESE Bprlnr s ar situated on Ilurxicane
Creek, Franklin County, Tennessee, and
upon th western bench ol the Cumberland
Mountains. ' -
THE VALUE OF THE WATEB v
In lawepeewle, Dlerrbeet, ISyaeiaterr,
A.leer saaal Kidney TrasnSslee is founded
npon actual cores. It ia against these dia
eaaes that the conquering influence of the
water ie directed with perhapa the beet tuo
cesa. It relieves with SJertmasl and C e
lerity inflammation and ulceration of the
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
las asyapepalst. It carries off the accu
mulated maaa ol acidity.
Ie I.lvereurt Hloney Complaints th
water has a specific action. It eradicates all
malarial poison from th system, and is a
certain specibo for all diseases having their
origin in malaria.
tend for pamphlet containing analysis,
Fonr dally mails. Telegraph or telephone
and express facilitie per:ct.
MILLER A BRO., Proprietors,
or DR. AMBKOSB MOKRISOM.
Resident Physician, .
Hurricane Springs. Tenn.. via Tullahorov
Among tho Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places wher on can pug
tbe summer montha in quiet reat and enjoy
mn, . nt return borne at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eaebj
recurring season brings to Oconomowoo.
Waukesha, Beaver Dam, Frontenao, Oko
bo)i, Minnetonka, 'Whit Bear, and .innu
merable otner cnarming looaime. wivu rv
man tic names, thousands of our best people
whoa winter homes are on either aide of Ma
son and Dixon's line. Kleganc and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all'
neoeesary inform ion pertaining thereto, la
being distributed by the Chicaoo, Wilwao
xin ihd Bt. Papl Railway, and will besent
free upon applicatkn by letter to A. V. II.
Carpenter, General P asset ger Agent, Mil
IS forn ally opened, under th tew manage
ment of A. W King, ot Columbus, Miss.,
assisted bv CoL II. C. Hatchorand laiy, late
of Alexander's Hotel, Louisville. Th, swell
known watering place la diroctlv on tb line
of the Louisville and Nashville K.K., thirty
three miles north of . Birmingham. Hot
Baths and Sulphur Baths a special feature.
These waters are too woll known to need
further notice. For circulars and further In
formation apply to General Manager, A. W
KIN IS. Beard reasonable.
UP BOOO FBBT.
BERK PARK IHD OAKLAND Oa
the crest of the Alleghsnies, within the
famous Glade Section, direotly on the line of
th B. and 0. Mo Stage Rines or 'Bus Trans
fers. All Limited Express Trains Stop.
With th new and unparnl e'ed fast ched
nl on th Baltimore aod Ohio Railroad,
these lovels twin resorts aie beyond all com
parison tbe most advantageously located,
both as to train service and surroundings, of.
any east of the Rookies. . .
feeneosa Oisena Jane 23d. No Flies.
No Mosquitoes. No Hay Fever No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being bug
six miles distant troin tne oi her with th
moat charming drives connecting themwill
be under the management of Mr. W. J.
W ALKKR, who, in h a three seasons' man
agement.has mxde many enthusiastic friends
ot the glorious resorts. Ail conimuniction
should be addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City llotel, Cumberland, Md., up to June
15th. Alter that date, eitler Leer Park or
RA.TES tfiO, (75 and 190 per month, ac
cording ti location.
The B. and O. Company haa spared nn x
pense in rendering lieer Park and Oakland'
tb Uading Moun'ain Resorta of tbe Cost,
and for lb. season of 18S6the attractions wilt
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
the culsin ol both hnuaes unexcelled.
First-class Laundry, line Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
'the finest place for Childr-n In the land.
WILL be i pened .Tun 1st. Th;s noted'
watering-p'ace ia a'tunted six mile
Irom Kia Furnece, on th. N whviil. and
Tuscaloosa rai rnad, in biokmou conty
Tenn. Hack will uieet all tr-ius at Aoa,
and will convey guests to spriu.s at a very
BonrS, fi Per Jleuihi ft I lr ly.
StM-SHl ShS Sis rsml'le,
Welr.viteall wbo wish to .D'I the most
pleasant so on of rbe r liveii to cu'L to
Beeverdam. espe(-ll srekors oi pine-uro-and
health. Gt.id water nod pure air in
ncnni.ESTi i;kois ,
I.lverynen, Ceotrevi'te. Teuu.
K. A. D1 a N . I'm .'-IVlifrerilli, Ifo'el.
"Lontlon" Trouser ttre'eher
l'fttentol in Fn-o? and Uni
ted Hutea. SSwie Atvt Is.
a Biiifil via foroelrb.ated
John llujiilton !t Co. Slrnich
er. Takes liMicelBiar nt or
k i,e-,t restores pantulonra tr,
original shape. ( Only pitented
Mretcner coinoining screw rea
in combination with clnmps.
All others inlrmietneota.
Original and on jslrruher
tor art-sis leme-t,- nan, Bv
Express securely packed. Price f2 50. Write
or oirculr. Atents wanted in every city.
U. H . m.neloAS) A ., Kieiisi,.tl!.e.
Dstncy'a (Horse) Torn end Pea Pier.
a A VISA perfected my Invention, I wish
o pine it before tba pul'lic, erper.ially
m..nnfacturera. Aa a Corn Planter, it is a
perieotsccoess oiiona the drill, diftribuUd
the seed acct rntely, ncininrad, and coverd
th same thoreti one t ai performing th
work of tljree. Tbot hive been used ie
this section for over doTcn years with per
loot satisfaction. Can give repoi.sible testi
01i: 17.. DANCT.Danoyville,
Haywood county, Teaa.