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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1886.
Irish Home Rule Picnic
To Raise Fundi for Aid or
Parliamentary Election Expense Fund
AT BST1VAL RARK,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1886.
ONK WHITE COW anil Yearling CALF.
Owner can have earn bi proving nror.
riy and payinff charges. E. 11. POKTKR,
Well. Station. L. and N. R.H.
STBATfcU OK STOLES.-
"Of REWARD Friday night. Jul 2d,
from Chelsea, one iron-grav M AH K,
6 years old; works well. I"!t hip pulled down
a little. Ketnen icire to W, C. DaVH, C P.
The above reward will be paid for
IHe arrest and conviction of the murderers
01 Kosa and t'aul Justi.
AN DltBW ROTTOt
Brother, of tlie late Hosa.Tu.ti.
COLT Weln.s l y June3H, ono bay colt
(hor3e), aged 2 ye.tri, short inne. about
loVhnnoN. o-iro r,uiT. Return to 2"r Vance
BAV MARK MULK-Fmra C. F.Smith,
Horn 1. li e Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eiicht vears old. filteen hands hi(th;
mane recently triuiiueil. llrinit to F. A.
.Tones .V Co.'s stttblo ml be rewarded.
R. 6. -t. 11KLL. VETKRIN'ARY SUR
(ifcUN, ho. c7H Main streot. at
REMOVAL Prior to removing Into Ins
new store. 11. G. IIOLLiv BEIIU will
lell Pianos, Organs, Guitars. Vio in, linii
jos, and everytiiing in this line at less tlnm
cost. Just come and see. No trouble to show
Itoodt, and the prices ill ho f ure to j loase
thote who are hunting bargains.
C. A. address F. A., In strict confi
dence. No. 1 Broadway, New Yurk.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone W8. THUS. OUHBINS.
MAIN ST. STOREHOUSE Near Court
Square: possession given immediately.
Apply to F. W. Royster A Co., 2OT Second at.
2 ROOMS AND KITCUBN From August
1st, furnished or unfurnished, at 158
Hernando -treat! reterences.
NICK COTTAGE Three rooms, on Col
lege street, near aouth gate Klmwood.
Apply at 36 Union st. JOS. LKNOW.
THE new and nioe Wilton Cottage, on
Waldran avenue, and other residences.
L B. EATON. 12 Madiion.
28,1 POPLAR BT.
OOMS With privilege ol cooking stove,
at No. 20 Linden street.
Y RESIDKNCK 4!I9 Vance atreet, from
the 1st of contemner. Ai ply to
UK. OVEKAL.L. al Main 81.
ROOMS A suit of rooms In Masonic Tem
ple. Apply to HUN F. PRICE.
0USE3 318 Poidar street and 136 Ala
bama atreet. Inquire ol
JCHM KKEU. a2U f oplar St.
ROOMS Furnished, single or en suite, at
138 Madison at. References required.
STOREHOUSE No. 9 Union atreet, with
new eotton-room, rOx35 fret.
K. B. MEACHAM.
RESIDENCE For three or a'x months,
my residenoa in the city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
bouse with ten rooms, in th moat desirable
part of the city Good well of water and
hydrant in the yard ; house furnished with
gaa; near atreet-car line; every convenience
of a home. Address
R. D. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
HOUSE A new double-tenement house, 4
rooms on each aide; nicely finished;
large yard; in fot, all conveniences, on
Ross avenue. Good cistern. Apply to Mrs.
K. Quintan. ISO Manassas st.
WASHER AND IRONF.R
At2Hs Vance street.
COOK A whito min to cook for eight or
ten men. Call on or nddre?s
T. L. KENS,
Clover Hill, Miss.
HOUSEKEEPER An educated, refined
Christian lady to take cbarae of a wid
ower's houe; one who understands the
eare of small children, and willing to assist
in housework and rowing; must be very
kind and amiable disposition, about thirty
eignt to forty-five yoara old, no children;
must five very best reforence, state salary
expected, which uiut he light; a good home
to the right one. Address
S.. Appeal office.
YOUNG MAN With thorough knowledgo
of book-keeping. Address
BUSINESS, this office.
At .152 Vance streot.
SITUATION By a young man: hid expe
rience in office and saloroom of general
merchandise e-tubluhmout and telephone
business. Addrosa A., this office.
OUSE With six to eivht rooms.
Auiiress iw union street.
MAN COuK White or colored, who onn
take charge ol fir't-olasi ratau-ant; no
ither need anp'y. Also, lou No. 1 waiters.
J. M NEWMAN, 19 Jefferson st.
LTVERYBODY To ca'l and see the cele
JJJ brated Gypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN In tho
wholesale irroce y business. None other
need apply. Addruss
X. Y. Z , Appeal office. .
EVERYBODY To spend th- aurarcer at
Grayson Spring , Ky. For catalognea
and particulars call at ticket office of nhesi
pcak and t'hin rout, nn'le Venbody Hotel.
ITUAT10N By a white woman as cook.
Is. M., this o m oe.
URSE GIRL-White preferred.
At 106 Adams street.
C'lOOK-Only FIRSTCLAS and experi
J enoed handa need apply; work in the
kitchen only. Apply at 2titf Pop. nr street.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for fl 60.
243 Main sreet.
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'
New " Tiltor' a Tlltr, Bustle, Uoop
akirt and Underskirt oombined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anysiie. Ve-y fashionaole, and sells
(or $2 to every well-dressed l .dyas soon as
ahown. Agents double their money. Alao,
lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 4H4 West Randolph
atreet, Chicago, III.
AN EXPERIENCED COTTON M AN
Controlling good European c irrcpond
ncc, fur a PAM1NEK; nil Eastern and
Bou hern connecinnf made; business East
past season tenthousmd bales; location best
town in Mississippi. Kelcrcnces required
and given. Address S. B. S.,
care Hermitage Club, Nashville, lenn.
3 STONE CUTTKRH On building work;
will pay good wages to No 1 mn : none
others need apply. F. QH'GI.KV,
432 Mn'n streot.
OOM By gent, 1st of July, furnished
room, witn or witnont board. Address
- J . Apteal ofli c .
CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
work are now being formed under the
anpervision of Mrs. Samuel May. All the
Bewe't styles of dooorative fancy work and
material. Stamping and embroidery to ord er
MAN to take an office and represent a
manufacturer; N) per week; small
eafttal required. Address, with stamp, Box
70 West Acton Maj-s
ALESMEN In every State in the UHun
toepresent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
G ESTABLISHMENT having several
BraoULriae thatar popular and easy s Ail
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with otter goods. Addresa THE WM. B.
PEICB MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
LD GOLD A SILVKB-Foroash ores
change. MULFOKI', Jeweler, 2"4 Main
SALARY TO AQKNT8 Ad-
tnLJJJ dress at once. DR. SCOTT'S
L.ECTKIG GOODS. 842 Broadway. New
York Theonlygen nine.
AUB.'i Is la every section ef the oe untry
for two New Books, just ready, brumal.
?iiani to men of extwrienee capable ( fili
ng a large territory. Stat experience, oge
and territory wanted. CASSELL A CO.
t limited), 122 Broadway, N. I and 40 Iar
iora itrtet, Chicago.
Thil powder never vj.rint. A marvel ol
parity, itreith and nhitleomenet. Mo'fl
econoaiiml than the riiii)ir; kinuit tvnu
ennnot bo oM In tsn-ujietition vtutx tue
multitnde ot low toBt. 'hurt weia-ht aluir or
phnsphhUi pnwHcri. Ao..; culy infiu'. Jnj.
New F.xleuiou TabUs, Iswli'adu,
WaahstnnJs, Sprints, Blanko'.a, Comforts,
Mattress"1-, best Plp'es, Knives, Fors,
Spoons, Custors, Dining Ch irs. AT Al'n
Tl"N. Muat bo sold l'.,IS (THURSDAY)
MOKNIN, Ju'y Sth, at 10 o'clock, at No.
4I M AIN H'lRKRl. without rrsna.
UK W Alii).
DOG A lane black Nowfoundlnnd bitch.
Tre finder will be reward d by return
ing her to No. M KxHi'inpt, street.
ROOMS AMI HOARD
HOOM AND BOAUD One well furnished
front room with board. Transient and
day-boarders accommodated, at
2IS hECQNP STREET.
i DELIGHTFUL fur Malted rooms, with or
I without board, south Ton. 114 Court st.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
oony and one lanre back room with
larg dressing-rcom, and tthera as good aa
can b. found in the city. UNI0N
ST. JAMES HOUSK-Cor. Second and Ad
O idi sts, Room and board IS per week.
Day board 3 50 per week.
DOOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at Hi) Court street.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
NICE Rooma, fnrnlshed or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6St Madison atreet, cor
00D COW AND CALF-At E. Keck'a
stable, Second streot. ri. htM.'K.
ORSE A good, well-bred buggy hone.
M. L. MEACIIAM, 9 Union st,
TOT-60x1(50 feet Cheap North side Mad
JJ ison, half a square east of Lauderdale.
Graded. Apply to
S. W. GARRISON, 287 Main street.
BIRMINGHAM PROPERTY A two-story
brick store, centrally located, on Second
avenue, between Twenty first and Twenty
second streets, lot 24x100 feet. This T"P
erty is worth today hu 0, but can be bad for
a few days only at IViUS). No better invest
ment can be made than this. Rents well.
We also odor lot on Eighth avenue and Sev
enteenth street, South Birmingham, lIKIxllH)
feet, with imt rovements, renting for (40 1 er
month Only (25(0. This property has never
been offered b'loro.and will not remain on
the market. For the most profittble invest
ments that oan be made in the South, buv
Birmingham, Ala , real estate, ns thousands
will testify. W. E. BERRY A CO.. Agt's.
Postoflioe Box 422, Birmingham, Ala.
CIONFECTIONERY-We'l established, on
J a paying basis. Other business to look
after. Inquire of
JORDAN liCO, 13fiMainjt.
2 FINE Jersey Bulls, at a bargain. Ad
dress Joseph Good'nan, Hernando. Mirs.
TRASSFKR BOAT-AS she lies at Liitlo
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
B., 115 cet long long, 211 feet wide, 3 leet
hold; good engine nnd fire-box boiler; can
he altered into a ferryboat at small cost: la
in good condition, aod will be anld chonn.
Apply to Littlo Rock and Fort Smith R. W.
Co., Little Kock. Ark.
OIX SECOND-HAND rlANus-Auou.aio,
O (100, Pl-Ii. 8160 ensh or installments.
Also, one Chickoring Square Orand.
O. K. IIOUCK A CO..
:W) Main streot.
ELEGANT BRICK RaSlDECE On
Vance atrtet corner lot. Address
L., Appeal office.
PIANO A fine pi no, mutt be aold at
once. Call at 1(19 Desoto street.
GIRuCEKlrS, ETC. Having concluded
l to quit the grocery part ol our business
our entire stock oi Groceries, Fixture.
Drays at.d Mules are for sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale grocery business
can secure a bargain by calling on
EiJKERLY, STONE A CO.,
No. 268 Front street.
"10UNTHY NEWSPAPER Addresa
U 8 W. BARBER, Ashland City, Tenn.
w) te' W1L.L. BUY a new business tor
OZlV'VJ the Stale of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash profits at once; a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties wishin- a good business ad
1r,. MA M'VATIiHtfu.this nffir-e.
No. K407, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eMunty State of Tennessee, for use, etc.,
vs. F. W. S i ith etal.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above cause on the
2Jthdayof January, ISHti, Minute Beok 61,
page 2)1, 1 will sell, at public auct'.n, te the
highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, court-house of bhelbf cua
ty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Haturday, AiiKiiat 7, 1886,
within legal houri, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
Part of oountry lot 505, fronting 12 feet on
the aouth side of Carroll avenue, 41 feet
eas of U0. P. Cooper's lot and west of and
adjoining Mary Wellord's, by a depth of 170
feet, 8ih ward.
Lot I and 2 Rembert'a subdivision, front
ing 50 foet on the east side of Manassas
street, 50 feet north of Uawley street, by a
depth of H'l' feet.
Port of lot F, oountry lot 501, fronting 25
feet on the north side of Washington street,
m feet woit of B. Babb's lot, by a depth of
Part of country lot 410, fronting 75 feot on
tho north side of Adams street, northwest
corner ol Yates avenue, by a depth of 148
Lot 2 country lot 519, fronting 50 foot on
the wet side ot Johnson avonuo. and run
ni'-g back wot between parail-l lines and
parallel with Aucfon street, 110 foet to an
Lot 10. country lot 519, fronting 28 5-6 feot
on the east aide of Covington road, southeast
eornerof alley aouth of Auction atrtet, by a
dopih o Jiiii;4 feet 9th ward.
Lot 14. oountry lot 519, fronting 24 10-12
feet on the ea't side ol Covington nnd, 28 5-6
feet south ol alloy aouth of Auction street,
bra doplh of 140! 'eet.
West half of lot 62, country lot 49A, front
ing 30 leet on the north aide of Malison
atreet, by a depth of 148 feet-8th ward.
Terms of Sale On a credit i f I I months;
notea with good security, bearing interest
from date required; lien retained to secure
same, and equity ol redemption barred.
This July 7,im.
B. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
An They ' Poaalbly
make a porous plaster having anything like
the medicinal qnalities of Benson's, the
camp fo lowers ot the pharmaceutical pro
fession produce tons of worthless plasters,
and give them names which resemble in
vrint that of the genuine, and, wben care
lessly suoken, sound like it. For example,
Che ip John druggists will offer yon trash va
riously styled '"Capsicum," "Capsioin,"
" Capsioine" or " Capucin " plasters, pre
faced sometimes with the name "Benton's"
or llurton'." We earnestly oautioa the
poblie against the whole tribe of them.
They are absolutely neleaa ae remediea for
disease. To be aure they are cheap, but
plain muslin la cheaper, and just aa effica
cious. Ask lor Benson's, watch the spell
ing, and look lor the "Three Seals " trade
mark, and the word " Capnine," which ii
ant in the center of the genuine.
REXT TOllSDAlf THE DAY
ON WUICn THE COUNTI
To Select tue Big; Ticket for the
Great Angust Campaign
Tbo DemccaMc Executive CLmmit
tee met yefteiday, with thirteen nitm
hew present, and decided to advance
the date i f holding the convention to
the 15;h, and a the Appeal predicted
two d.iys ng i. The primaries will be
held on ihu day originally annoucccd,
the i:ith, "'hieii will put but oue day
between the pr'maiies and the con
vention. In this way there will ba a
convt-nt'on ire. h from Ihu people, end
ample time will bo atfordud to siinidh
out the wiiuklfB and ft it things in'o
shape for the election t l the Duno
calic titk(t by a n'fijority wh'cli, if
the right kind of a ticket is uotuina
e ), will be liip-r th.m ever b foie i t
Sli-lhy covn y. Ann hor iinpoit n'
toiie d fciiftfcd by tua committ'e
wai proin:s?iious niirj vo ing i.t
t'io prirr.aues. All owr tln
c ninty thee nr3 iiey.rJts ho
always vote with the Henrcrat-',
hut aa a mb color i? a proof of pcrty
in this ni'ck of the wootlp, nnd it wns
the unanimous opinion of thoss in: ni
hers of the rommit'ee pre3i nt at the
mektitig that only Pemocra's nnd
tins win r.Bsjr;ed a puri o?9 to t tip
port the nominflfg of Ihe ronveni.'oa
should b avowed tl vota whoa dele
)iafP8 are selecied. The quca ion of
revising their recomuieudatiou regard
ing the order ol btisinoss was dis
tusspd, but no pc'.ion was teken. That
is a inattir, however, solely w thin
the provinca of 'heconvet t'on, which,
it ia freely predicted, will disrcg-.ril
the sugges ion in eo far ns the 8:,etiff
in concerned nnd put him first ioe'ead
of last, as the custom has been for
FiailTIXO FDR DELEGATES.
There are a many candidates, and
the ollices to be tilled are so important,
that it would be utterly impout-ible for
any clique of Ciindidatei to fix the
delegates in their own interest. In
two of the wards, the Eighth and
Suventh, Ihe aspsct is peculiar. In
the Seventh all of the Domnciat c
candidates for Attorney tieneriil,
Greer, Peters and Weakley rside,
and piide will prompt ach one to try
to carry it. In the Eighth Ward,
(juigley, Wint srs and Odium, candi
dates for County Court Clerk reside,
and there will be at least two distinct
tickots . made up witk a view
entirely to the strength of the
candidates named. The same, or a
similar state of affa'rs, does net exist
anywhere else in the county, but in
nearly every ward ana out net more
w 11 be two or mors tickets. As po i
tics go, and as patrioiini bas gone, it
ia to be expected that every fellow will
hustle for himself and will endeavor
to secure the election of as many dele
gates known to be friendly to him f s
pcssible. The reeu't will be to much
excitement that a representative con
vention is almost certain to be the re
sult. THE CRIMINAL .irjDOESHIP
is only second in imparlance to the
office of At'orney General. No matter
how good the latter may be, unhsa he
is hertily supported by the Judue,
his efforts in behalf of law and order
will be futiie. It needs but a word to
cjnvince anyone, however unsophisti
cated, that this is true. Both ollicars
are to be elected for eight years, and
it is therefore ai important to put
mod man in one as the ether. Of all
the leng list of candidates who
have so lar announced them
selves, or who are known to he
aspiranti to the otlice, the favo'iles
appear to be UuB we and Scrupgs. Th
latter ha? a well balanced lcgtl mind
and s ands well at the bar. The
former has ai large a personal ec
quaintance as any man in the county,
enjoys a good practice, has plenty of
m rve, and a Bpotless record. Duval,
whose h ock is quoted high, is ai
straight ai a shingle and has enough
ainbnion to desire to succeed.
who wai unanimously efcosen tn hold
the election by the Democratic and
Republican membfrs of the Coun y
Court, is hard a, work getting rid of
the most annoying cases on his docket
in order that he may devote his time
to the arduous task befote him. UU
experience will bs of a great deal of
value in lessening the work, but it will
be heavy, neverthelms. His name
will give a zst to the canipa'gn that
could have been given it by the selec
tion of no other man.
HAVNES WILL HOLD ON.
It is generally believed that the
effort which a number of the Repub
lican bnsea are making to get Haynes
off their ticket, wi'h the mention of
subsituting Mr Harry Hill for him,
will be unsmcesfiful. Thsy realize
his weakners, but it is doubtful if he
will ever be ab'e to see it in that light.
And whatever e'se mav be said of
him, he isahusler and enjoys the
reputation of being the best ward pol
itician in the ranks ot the Republican
party in this county.
THE KMUHTS OF LAIIOlt.
Tbe Part The Will Piny In (be
1'omlnsr Political C'itsiiinlKn.
The Nashville Union says: Mr. J.
C. llnok, president of the S ata Cen
tral 1-abor Union, was in Nashville
Monday and Tuesday consulting wiih
members of the local committee who
have in charge the arrangement', frr
the meeting of the Centtal Labor
Union herxin September next.
Mr. Hook is a prominent membtr
of tbe Knights of La'ior, and enjoys
the .iistii ction of bavitiK organize!
the first assembly of the order in this
Slate. He ia a gentleman ol exed
lent address, a llnent and pleasing
speak ir, and withal a man ot attain
ments. He was met yesterday attr;r
noon by a Union representative and
qiieftinned as to the position tbe
Kniuhts of Labor would take in the
aonma 'hire election.
"As a bodv." said Mr. Hook, "(ha
Kn'ghta cf Labor will indorss no po
litical party, out they Know ine ieei
intri of every man on the tickets, and
as individuals the Knights will vote
for such men only as they believe to
be their bent friends, and tbia regard
It si ol tbe politir al affixations or party
nam ol tne candidate.
"Then the Kniehtg will indorse nei
ther one of the tickets now btfore tbe
neonle? eaul tbe Union man.
"that Is the situation exact'y," was
Mr hook's rep.
"In Shelby county." continued Mr,
Hook, "the woikingmen have de
clared against the Knpnbucan ticket,
and that ticket will be burled beyond
Ju ne of resurrection at the election
The Republican over there played
last and loose with the labor vot, and
when it became apparent that tbe
workingmen could not be wheedled
into that ticket the politicians got
mad and in effect gave it oat that 'no
work ingmsn need apply.' So we are
going to take them at their word, and
if they win, then vol can write me
down aa a false prophet and man
THE HiriTATION AT HOTSPRIXUN
Completion ol stSirw Line In North
i'arollna-Tlio 4 tiraapmke
The railroad aituatio i at Hot
Springe, Ark., is becDinirg interesting.
Two companies a e ulri'idy organized
and inro'pciited to b ii!tl line bt
twf en Hot Springs ar.d Litt'e Kock,
and under the !a3of the Mi tjtr.ey
forfeit Ihtir charter in c oi failure
to tuilil, equip and out rate nt leapt
live nihs cf ioid wihin (i.htfcn
moiitha after ia-nini'M of the chu" e-.
A Citizens' C-mmit'ee Ins about
rai-ed the bcnui of j2r0ei) an in
centive lo 8:iuiudt-pjiHtt-ntfyiu i aie
to build a Sitiuda'd c nifo hue f'om
L'.ttlt It ct to Hot S,.r ng(. Now
r.m.cs the stjlemcnt that ' he Arkansas
Va iev svndirat i will build the liiu if
the piopl ) of iIib two tie.i will nib
siribe i:UX,0()il wo.t'u of ttic--.
Tho ArVarsis Valley is reporttd is
Ktixi im tor a feothr to ex'oud to ihe
mining dist.ii t weet. of th re, and in
williag to tip Hot Spri g-. Many
people contid. ntlv ixji.-i't a move in
t.iid direction on th i p. r' of ihu on
trjlling bondholder! o ihn Mi inji is
and Li tin K ick Railr i.ul in l .o ut i,
aft: r t ie l'tipation aUejiiiiir that ro.nl
s disj OH'd of. Tne iiat.ua! ou'ljimo
of a now ir d pendent line will b the
extension f th a present Hot Kprings
K.ilrcal ftoai Malvera to 1'ino It till',
therd to connett wiih the S'. l.oui.-,
Arltanfas aud Texas Line. A'liiVinij
Ileniteriou lo AoIk vIIIo.
Tee ne.v r.ti'roiid fioin H-ndtrson
to Aaheville, N. C , will bu completed
nnd in runuirjg outer by the 10,h in
s ant. i Thia new rood is but twecty
miles .long, bnt ex'ends tbrongh a
moun'ainous country, and was a most
difficult and expensive p:ece of r a J
to buill. A numborof tunnels had to
betxiavated and t uts made through
hard mcis and bouldeis. The new
r:ad will connect with the Piedmont
Aie line at Spaitanburg.
A icccnnoileting party left for Jnsl
Bon Tuesday to go over the lute of the
proposed extension of the Natchez,
Jackson and Co'umhns railmad to Co
lumbus. They represent the Ciane
Barnes syndic. te f New York capital
ists, who want to purchrse the road.
Trans nnd Nt. I.onla.
St. Louis. Mo.. July 7. S. W. For-
dyce, president of the St. Louip, Ar
kansas and Texas railroad, has re
turned ti this city from New York,
where, ho says, all financial business
and the new organization hava bet n
satisfact orily arranged. The contract -t
for griding tho remainder of the Vw,
for construction of new bridges and fur
changing that portion of the roid al
ready coraplt t a tollies anuiuu guage,
have teen made.
t'heaitpenhe nnd Ohio.
Nsw Yoft. July 7. Comparative
Ptu'ement ot the Chesapeake aud Ohio
Railway Company for the month of
liross eaniir-gs, 18.S6, $307,21)2 00;
188 2t7,llJ 38; Increase, Hot), ISO rg
Operating t exuenees, 1880, $210,
0S!l Sll; 1883, 2i)0,0l)3 00 ; increaae,
Sarplti', 18l!, $7,233 57; 1835, $47,
109 38; increase, $20,124 19.
Fallin-ra nl Chlrnao.
Chicaoo, Ii.'.. , July 7. The advance
in wheat cirsed the nuspension of
John W. Bnnwey, an old member of
the liiard of Trade. The fiizo of the
failure cannot ftt bo learned.
(lecrga Eli3Dn, a member rf the
Bonn! tf Trada, failed at 1 1 o'clcea
this morning, lie was shoit on oat).
C'otlou Fnllnro nt Now York.
New York, July ".Tho failure of
W. II. Beetle, acstt n factor, was an
nounced this morning in tho Coiton
Exchange, llawaasuid to be ehort
at low price b.
I.lulit miliira nt HI. I.ohU.
. Sr. Louis, Mo, July 7. J. It. Lswis
A Co., couimistion morchants, wrr.t
forced tl Buapeid buiinoss t:dy on
account of the advance in wheat. Ttie
liabilities are not known, but aro sup.
posed to be light
Nrnanllonnl I'allaro t l.onilosi.
London, Okt., July 7. A profound
Roiifatiou was caused here, particularly
in linaneinl aud legal quarters, thiti
morning, when a manor got abroad
thkt Edward Harris, of Harris, Miigee
it Co., so icitorn, had become finan
cially emb t asscd and had fled in m
the city, ttking a larga sum of cash
and leaving various funds in which
he was interut"d in serious
ttate of enianglement. He ia
suppised to have gone to Toronto
on Friday and from theie toward
Niagara. It is known that before go
ing he drew $2iKJ0 in cash, but the
amount in his handa is thought to he
arger than that. The firm was dis
solved by the other members. HarriB
bas been well known ai a colicitor for
many years, and was reputed to be
wonli from 150.000 to $100,000, The
funds involved are those held in trut
chiellyfor wealthy persons in Groat
Bnta n. Tho iorh will be under iu..
(100. It Is believed Harris has become
Nl. I.onla Aiinrrhtut ajnara lilamlaartl.
St. Louis, Mo , July 7. A motion lo
uismiss tho cast ol the ananliirti
charging with unlawful BRSombly and
indorsngthe ac ion of their Chicag i
brethren during the hay market riot,
was argued thU a'tertioon IntheCouit
of Criminal Corrrction. Judge Noon
ao lust ined tin) motion todienrs',
holding that there was nothing to show
that the allegad unlawful nsolut'ons
as offered were tdoptod. It would bo
ianpo sble to jirove the Chicago
troub'o without tryinK 'ho Chicano
cases over in this city. Toe pleadings
weie unsound and tbe method of pre'
aentinr tbe pleadings inpracticab'e.
If . the resolutions were only
offered and not adnpt?d the
sentiments txprtased therein were
merely opinions, and everyone was
entitled to uis opinion in una country.
The government Wis strong enough
at any rate, and there was no nse in
insDir na timidiiy by paying atten
tion to the vapormgs of a few men who
held necn har views on social and co
iitical questions. It was time enough
to proeecute when they were guilty of
aome overt act.
IS BIMOVHD BT THI UBI Of COOOAIIItl,
And it stimulates and promote tbe
frrowtb of the hair.
Baroett'a Flavoring Ertraera era the
So t KntlfMta; at Latamit Ino for
Wmt flnanblntr auaa UatavaVltUna;
SIGAS OF WEAKElfUO.
COXFLICTIXtt ST03IES TOLD BT
the m:;bo j ox is
Id Suspected of the Double
Murder of l'anl and
The belief growa stronger every
day that the ncg-o Spenrer Jone, at
present continnd in the Station
Ilcttae, knows something about the
murder of Paul ar.d Kosa Juiti. Capt.
O'ilavor, who made th arrest, has al
ways mora than half believed him
guilty, and Chief l)vi, who did not
tike mueh itork in it et once, is
weakening, though neither are fully
Olivine! d an yet. The praoncr mule
several t-tatt men's wl eu tiit arreated
which htveeince lit en i inpluit'c illy
di'pioven. His ttaiemrnt that he
ltd Mr. Ehim'e firm en lb'' Sit .tdiy
hefoie the inn der at.d ge-ting drunk
that n'ght hurt hiinstlf by 1'nl.ieg
aeio s l lie railmrd track, was a
Mr. Elatn ws iu town a dav or two
bko, and said Jon s wit at his 1 ouse
oi Mondy, and le.amo so much
u.tcxiaU'd that ho grew inco e:.t
nt'd ho i-trutk him over tho ye w th n
cuu. Jone.t, when c nfrontfd with
Mr. Klaui, adin t'ed th'i iroih o( hia
a'litemi'iit, a .id if ho did no' loivo
r.latu a until Monduv lie emu. I not
I live slept under ihe sell iidln.iiH.i
Sat day night. D j' hefo.e yealerday
Capt O'ilavor p.nVe.l him how i' h p
peiied that tho tnli ki near Jus i'n
win low were uimio with n a siioe't, u
he did not do tho murder, lid an
sa;) red that ho left his alio 'a onlmdo
that nitiht ai.d tomebody might lave
wo:u tliem. AtterwarilB lie raid he
loom d them to a man named Charley,
who lived at old man Bob's bona",
wheie he livd. The negro Charley
aaarrisied Sunday and taken into
Joiiob's presence. Tho latter bung
his besd and would net look linn in
the face, but pera'sUd in his Btory.
Chief Davis win thorc uglily satislied
of tho man's innocence, howev,r, and
released him. Joe.es will bs held un
til the evidence agaiuat biin ia thor
A UltEAT SUCCESS.
I'OKniL OPKRIMJ IF NAMRL-
BQX'H CIUAK PALACE.
The EatnbllNhinvut t'rowdetl Dnrlna;
the Knilre Iy Mnoj Laullcai
Among Ihe Vlaitora.
The handsome cigar palace of I.
Samelson A Co, was crowded yeater
day from early morning until a late
hour last night, the occition being the
formal opening of the establishment
for business. The a II air was not only
a business, but a socinl Miccars, many
ladies taking advanlago of the invita
tion extended them to visit and in
spect what is conceded by all who
hnve seen it to ho tne handsomest es
tablishment of the sort south of
the Ohio river, if not in the
whole country. The store was beau-
tilully decoraied with rare tropical
plants and flowers artistically arranged,
while in tbe rear, and concealed lroin
view from the Iront, l'rof. Arnold's
fob cr,ihotr discoursed selections
fiom tho Mikado end other popular
,ip.irus, The scene wai a ettiking one,
acd w;! nt't scon bo f.rgoiten by
tho.e fm iuii'itc enough to be present,
nrd rcll 'da the highest credit upon
the yotieg but enierprining firm who
have tliuu iuaugurattida new depanure
in the bii-ino.-ia methods of Memphis.
EOMKTIUN'li AHOl'T TUB STOHK.
In coDiieution with the present cc
caeion, a description of tho houso, iu
success in business, togo'her wiih
anmething about the propii itors and
the position tliey occupy, will be of
interest. To begin with, a few words
about the new store. It is 70 feet
deep by 20 feet wide, Hitna'ed on Main
strdet, near the corner of Mop roe, and
eppoi-ile the Peabody Hotel, one of the
best stnnds in the ci'y. It is tlirshed
'hroiighout iri cherry, with walnut
t'immings. The front is laid in color -d
tdes, with the firm name, "I.
Saiiieleon & Co ," in the ' cen
ter. A novel feature is a num
ber of silvor dollars set in the
tiling, making a very unitio e licet,
and one which has perhaps caused
more comment lhaii anything else,
eveiyone biting Bnxious to see the
"tilver dollar" llnor. The lixluresare
in harmony wl'h the Btoro, coniiting
of haniht ine cherry cases, with nickel
t-iuimingi. Buck of the show ea-MHS is
a megnillcent cheriy e.iStt, fourteen
fdi't high, and lined with perforated
zinc, for imported (igus. It will hold
60,100 cigars, and, by ingenious ar
rangement by which water is forced
through the ease, they can always be
kept fresii and mnint, a. fact which
will be appreciated fa all loveis
ol a good cigar. un the
front tountvr is a magnificent bronza
statue surmr unted by the handsomest
jeweled light in the city a real woik
of art which is well worth a critical
inepoction. On the south tide of tho
at ore is tho railroad ticket office, a
handsome affair of cherry and brans,
where cheap tickets can be pu rchased
to any point in tho Union, The north
side is fl'ted upas a public office, with
telegtaph blnnke, blank checks, tele
graph call, telephone and siationery of
all kinds for the ueeof their customers
and friend. This is an innovation
which will be apprec'ated by traveling
BaltHraan and others who have long
made Haunt Icon a their headitnrtia.
The Btore is lighted by the eleeiric
l ght. anil after dark is the mo.it a
trrc'ive piece on the entire street.
The designs for the (tore were fur
nished by Jobeph Specht, jr., for
which the proprietors acknowledge
A SUCCKSSKDIy CARRKR.
The Biiccefs of Mcs rs. Samelson A Co.
has been almost phenomenal. The
fi'm cciiHislsof Mr. I Samelson and Mr.
L iiiis K isonthul, both bright, active
and energetic young meu. Com
mencing in 1881 on a comparatively
sma'l capital, they have worked hard,
andbycloeu application, fair dealing,
liberality and iudus'ry have built up
a trade that is a credit to Ihomselvris
as well in to the city. They handle
everything tn tho way ol cmars, to
bacco and smokers supplies, having a
monopoly on many lines. In addition
to the ma n house they also own the
cigar stands in the I'eabody
and Gayoao totals, and thou having
an outlet for goods, they purchase in
large qnantitiee, thus securing advan
takes which small buyers cannot oh
tain. They also import their goods
direct from Havana and handle more
imported stock than all others com
bined. Thus with every facility for
doing buaintss they begin in their
new house under tbe most auspicious
circumstanres and with every indica
tion that tho succpfiH ot tbe past will
be continued in the future. The
houe is a credit to the city and de
serves the liberal patronage which it
has always received.
A Rnlolde Explained.
I Pittbbubo, I'a., July 7. A special
from Litrobe, I'a., stye: It has juet
been developed that Dr. J. O. Oxerin,
who committed suicide yesterday, at
tempted to kill a young woman named
Fanny Olaggar before taking his own
life. Okenn quarreled with Mien
(Hanger yeeterday and in a moment of
passion draws revolver and shot her
in the arm. The young woman fainted,
and thinking he had killed her, he
turned the weapon to his own head
and Bent a bu let through his brain.
The true version of tho alT.iir was not
known until today when Miss lilagger
wa3 com pe lit d to call in medic it ail.
She wjb not siriott ly irjnred. V
the soiiFhehn LEAGUE.
mroKTAvr it:i:riu to ue
llt t.lt Tlintf AT AI I.1VTA.
SAhlch Clly Nhnll Nnrrpttl Ananalai
Will hv (he I'mbltiii lor Ihe
IllriH'lota to Nolve.
The Columbia B-ds having cleaned
out the Athletics, tin y will try their
handa on the Bluff Citys, lio Will
likewiee shar the f.ito of Al Beer's
nine, (iame ill ba c.t ld at ."!::' 0
o'clock p ni. Tao following ia the bat
t iu orji i :
Khtff ( 'i7;.'i, Co'vmliia AVifn.
Tnyli t, c. Wa'c, e.
nnr an, p. l ttv, p.
S uit. , 2 1). II wii'd, s s.
tii I i)tn,r. f. Ciipel u t, 1 b.
V iiii Irs, I h. T lor, 'J I).
M.d itighiii v, lib. Maniiin, 3 b.
O'IIhiuu, s. s. l'l U 't", 1. f.
Welsh, I. f, t u hvii'i.c. f.
Yncctro, c. f. Hilliaid, r. f.
Unlrr VhIIi j 1 lenla Urfuniln.
Inramit. to thi api-iai..I
Watku Vali.iiv, Miss, July 7.
Tbe Or. i.ada Athletics and the Illues
ol t' la place p'nyod the most intarestr
leg game ol bull ever Been ontni se
gioutids this evming before an Im
mense and enthusiastic crowd, tne
Bluts were victer ous by a score of (I
to fi, nine innings. The scores were
made as follows : Blues One each In
tit h and seventh, four In eighth ; A th
iol i a Two in lint, one each in flf h,
aiith and seventh. The game was
played strictly on its merila, the um
piring ol the gamegiviuguiiiveraalaat
lsfaction. Tho features of the game
were the good behavior of ihe crowd
and the batteiy work of both teams.
KaMMly to Awrnl,
To tka Editors of the Aipaalt
Mxmi'his, TitNN., July 7, PW.
Lowenstein's Ketuil Baseball Club
hove organized and ate now ready to
accept a challenge from any mercan
tile club in the city for a friendly
game any Saturday aftomoon. Below
we give the names of the players and
their poeilions: Henry Neff, captain;
Louis H. Colin, manager; Tatum, p.;
Boggiano, e.; Corroll, .. ; Miller, 1st
b.; Nell, 2d b.; Curtis, ltd b.j Kenne
day, c. (. ; Uieenwald, 1. f. ; Shane, r. f.
Chstrlamlon ForailuK to the Front,
laranuu to thi irriai.1
Chabi.xston, S. C, July 7. Charles
ton won her llMi coneecutlvo game
this nftemoon, defdajng Chattanooga
by a score of ! tn K, after an eleven in
ning gtme. Sullivan and McVev were
the battery for Charleston, anil Hart
aud McUlung for Chat'auooga. Bare
hits Cliarleston, 0; Chattanooga, 4.
Errors Charleston, 10; Chatlanoo
Tiik's Flrat Uiame Under Ueorgln
annul, to thi icraii..!
Savannah, Oa., July 7. Tho game
between Atlanla and Savannah at
tracted a great crowd this afternoon,
the contetit being exciting. Savannah
was scoring a bg victory, wi ll pros
pecta of rhutting out Atlanta, when
the ninth Inning opened, A decision
cf the umpire was objected to and
Shatter made an at em pled to sltike
him. Considerable contusion arose.
Men rmhed from tho grand
stand, and for a few minutes
i hero was danger of a serious row.
I'll reel I 's action was ou'rageous a'ld
the All'.n'as did no cieiiit to them
belvts. Tneir conduct is universal y
condemned and manifsptlionB con
vinced them thai Savannah audiencrs
will Bland no hioliahno-B. Slireve and
Arundel for Savannah, Sliafer and
(iiinson for Atlanta. Itse hhs -Silvan'
ah, 7; Atlanta, t. Errore-Savannah,
0; Atlanta, 3.
Savannah' 00100020 2 G
Atlanta 00000000 1! -11
fyrloun Miliar Itennluliiu Ilia
laranui, to thi arriAk.l
Macon, Oa., July 7. Macon won
the name from Nashville this alter
noon by hard batting aud hunching
hits in the ninth inning. Taylor and
Hellmati were the visitors' battery,
while Miller and Daniels did the
grand act for the locals Taylor was
hit hard, hut scattering, while the vis
itors only found M Tier's curves but
twice safely. Macon's three runs In the
ninth inning wore earned, Nashvi'le
scoring both runs on parsed balls and
wild pitches. A small crowd witnessed
the game, which was exciting through
out. Cititaa's hit in the lint inning
wen the name for the locals, in the
seventh inning Walsh was on first,
given Btcnid on a balk by Taylor,
scoring on the following hit. Taylor
kicked and suit! McQiiaile robbed him
of the game, for which bu got 25.
The following ia the scoie:
Macon 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-4
Nashville 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-2
Interview Wills PrtwKlrnt Prondllt
IsfitciUL to thi arriAL.I
Macon, (ia., July 7. The news of
Angus a s tlishandmeut was read by
lovers of liasebalt in Micon with a
fneluwi f Hiieere regret. With a view
of finding out how the diaLandment
w.iu (I allei t the league, your corre
siioii'h nt la'led on J'r. siilent I'roudlli
and asked: "How about Augusia?"
"Well, much to my surprae,
sho has given up the glum.
In r spciist to my imiuiry Prte dont
K hley wirt il me today that the club
had re'eused her plavers and fotfeit,d
her franchise" ''WillHny other citv
take the franchise?" "Ibis I cannot
answer cllhully. I utido's'and that
application will be made by
Columbia, S. O. ; Columbus, On,
and Jvnoxviile, lenn. 1 cr
taiiilv hone that another club
will come in." "Suppose to other
club will take np the irancbisa, what
will be done, then r I cannot say. 1
have called a meeting of the dircc'ois
in Atlanta tomorrow at tbe Kimball
1 1 ince at 8 o'clock. It is ivobahle that
this meeting will determine the future
of the Leaituo." "Is thereanylhlug else,
Mr. ProudlU?" "Yon can lay that
some papers and people have treated
me very unfairly. If any club or men
are seeking information let them send
me a telegram or letter, luey win
find that I will answer all questions
fully and fairly. I rtceived a tele
g am from Manager Cuahman of
the Charlestons yesterday, ssying that
the ptopla rf that and other clues
were difatislied with my chang;ng
the umpires to often. I replied that
tbe management of the umpire was
my business, and he, nor an j one else,
had tbe least r.gnt toques ion my
motives. I fu till my duties coneciem
tiously and lo the beat of ray ability.
I intend to fill my part of the pro
Chicaoo, 21 ; New York 9.
Detroit, 2; Philadelphia, 0.
liorisvai.s, 18; Athletics, 2.
Cincinnati, 7; Metropolitans, 4.
Sr. Louis Browns, 0; Baltimore, 0.
Tun Nuhville Union rays Earle has
b'en released. We tl list the I iiiun is
.Ions K kh it, Sscretary of the Mem
phis chili, left lart nijjnt for Atlanta
to consult with the managers of the
club ther i about selecting a sncresror
tci. the vcoam y created by the demi:-e
of 'he AiiKiist i aggregation New Or
leans wunis lo have the place, and
Mnniph s and N.'shvillo a'e for her.
Oppojiti in is expejted f oot Oeo-gij
Tim 0 u-lh us3 H-s.bnllCiuV, ae
comp.ti.ieil tiy a p.nty rf frienifp," :n
c'udu'g a nuinber o. the D'Mii 'trttic
cunlida cs, will 1 avo on th s in r i
irgs tr.iiu'. over Die Muuphis and
Ch:.rln..to i ju'li; ,f.d f ,r C.diiervill',
Tiiui.wleie they will mi.teet with
the club of t ha town f r ba-solnll
honors, l'e s-ns " o -i i r-1; to puy a
vis t lo Coil ercilln lon this occasion
cull sec.uie exclusion ra'ea torn the
ticket ag 'l.t at tho de; ot.
As reditt -d b tli" Aitkai., Smi h,
of Macon, now w th I' t oit, was
knocked out of the box the tiiiii lime
he. faced New York. In Tuovay's
fume Now York made fixteen hits off
lis delivery, winning I iiei aine by a
tcoro f 111 to 0 Decker, however,
lute of Macon, made a sp'endid im-presei-n
in Monday's g'tnics He
caught Oetoln witiiout an eiror or
l as il ball, and got in a two-lienor
t lint brought in the winning mn. The
Detroit bus -ball cranks were to de
I hr it iid by the naif, i-mance that they
rarried Heckur off' the Held on their
WHERE TO GO
A SUM 51 E It TI5IP
Is a question that oan ba aaslly answered af
ter an exaiiilnation of 'hv eloaant lllasirsted
tluiile to the rosnrts of Minnesota and Da
kota, which I now beina piiblishfd by tha
Bt. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Hail
war, bout hoe on receipt of two-rant stamp.
Address 0. II. WAKKKN,
(leiieral Passenger Agent, Sr. 1'aiu,, Min.
KANI 1IUTICI., Al.l'Sf NKINsS.
Kookhridae Co., V. llih up In tha
Vlmlnla mountains. 1'lolureioiue surround
Inas, exlonslve and beautifully shailed lawn.
tJas, elortrlo bells, and all modern improve
ment. Two dally innils, post, telegraph and
express offices on the promises. Table tha
very best. Luxuriously furnished roomer,
sui erb band of uiuilo. Bend for Illustrated
pauiplilet. diaries moderatn. Open for ls
Itors. June Uith. Wnlrrs: Alum, Clialybat
and trmlone. H.T. W UJUIsON.Man'ar.
Old Toint t'omlort, Virginia.
TKHMS fur the season of land, beilnnlnt
Juno 1st, reduced i' to M yet cent., but
the highest ataidard of eioollenoe mala
talnad. Bend for Illustrated dascrltlva pamphlet
N. PIKK, Manager.
IKIiKllKATKD as a cure for Dyspepsia,
V J Ulironio Diarrhea, lmllgnstlan and all
Kidnoy Aflootlons. Uonutlfully sltuatad on
the banks of a crystal mountiiln stream.
Kino flailing, beautiful drives and romantll
scenery. Ullmiite unaurpnascd Hotel and
cntlnges retnodelml. Ixrallent garden,
flonty ol fre.h milk and put butter. Ififty
milos north ol Chattanooga. Only seven
hours run from Atlanta. No logs, malaria
or niosiiultoes. Hoard reasonable.
T. H. (IOKMAN, Proprietor,
Pormorly of Warm Springs Hotel, N. 0.
eaerHond for Descriptive Circular.
rtlllKSH Kpriiirs are situated on Hurrloana
I. Creek, Kruikhn County, Tennessee, ana
upon the wosiorn bench of the Cumberland.
THE VAl.tK OF THE WATER
In Iyieil", Ulnrrlirn, lyentrr
l.lvnrHiHl Hi jury 'Iroiiblra is founded
uiion actual euros. It Is againH these dta
easea I'ist the conquering inlluence of tha
water Is directod with tiernnps the best auo
cess. It rellovoa with rlailnty and a'e
li'rlly lnllainmation nnd ulceration cf Ihn
bowels, aud remuvos all likelihood of, their
In )Nla, It oarrios oft the acca
niuhileif muss o acidity.
Iu l.lverniKl linniejr Cninphilnla Ihe
water has a sponillc action. It eradicates all
miilarial poison from the system, and Is a
certain spocillc for all disoasua having their
origin in malaria.
r-oud fur pamphlets oonlnining analysts,
Hour dally malls. Telegraph or telephone
aud express facilities penect.
,M ILL, Kit k I1HO., I'roprletoni,
or DH. A.M11KOHK M0KK1HON,
Hurricane Springs. Tenn.. via Tullahoina,
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of dolightlul places where one can nasi
the summer months In qulot rest aadetuoy.
ment, and return homo at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Kacti
recurring season brings to Ocunomowoo.
Waukesha, Heaver Ham, Kronlenac, Uko
bojl, Minnetonka, White Dear, and innu
merable other oharming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of uur best aeonl
whose winter names are on either aide ot Ma
Ion and Dixon's line. Klegance and com
fort, at a modorate eost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary Inlorma Ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Chioauo, Milwad
ib anu BT. I'aui. Railway, and will be sent
froe upon aiiplicatlm by letter to A. V. 11.
Carpenter, (loneial Passetger Agent, Mil
1 8 (orrrallyniicnad, under the new man ag
1 ment of A. W. King, of Columbus, Misa.,
asslbted bv Ueorgo W, Duy. Til's well
knowo watering place is diroctlyon the line
ol the houinvilleand Nashville ft.lt., thirty
three miles north of liirminghain. Hot
Ilntlis and Sulphur Hatha a speoial feature.
Tie-so waters are too well known to need
further notice For circulars and further In
formation apply to (lencral Munager, A. W.
K1NH. ll-.srd reasonable. .
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, K Y.-The excellonoa
of the cui- ino, and accoiinuodutious ohar
a Inriflic ol this hotel during tbe hast thie
yeara, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kii'iirsion tickets to the Bprings by tbe ii.
and N. K.illnay are good via Louisville, bota
going and returning, tn proceed on first traia
succeeding arrival In Louisville.
W.T. HRANT. I'rei't- J. C. MNU.Pwp't;
WILL be opened June 1st. This noted
watering- placo is situated six milaa
from iKtna Kurnace, on the Nasbvtlla and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county
Tonn. Hack will meet all trains at Attna
aod will convey guests to apringa at a vary
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We invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant sea on of their lives to come to
tleaverdam. especially seekers of pleaaura)
and health. Uood water and pure air IB
Liverymen, Centrerllle. Teno.
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