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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TIIUIISSDAY, JULY 15, 1886.
2 COWS Owner can bar mi by proriDf
properuand rating charsas.
V. HYATT. S mttase nf rr.
CISTEKNS-Bullt and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cemont Pauip. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone Ml. THOS. CUBBIN8.
AY MARK MULK From C. F. Smith.
i uotd AjAHe lianuinff. one pay mara :uuiv,
about eUrht jears ol.l. fifleim hands high;
mane rrcnoily trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jong k t'n.'n stnl'le unit ho wmrilH,
RE WAR II.
D 00-Black, white and tan setter bitch,
in thin -.nler; tius been nurnnir rum
pies. Ilu.-hy tuil, body hair on her clu.'oly
clipped. Answers to name of Dixie. Lib
eralrewat'l fur her delivery to
V. II. U AXES, 26 Front street.
The above reward will be paid for
the arrest end conviction ot the murderers
of Rosa and Paul Justt.
Brothery of the lnte Rosa Jmti.
KHIKDMAN, Mi Front s'.reot, pays
fu'l vliie f.ir ro-nd-hand Clothiny.
DOU A lane black Newfoundland bitch.
Ti e under will be reward d by return
ing her to No. Bo H'xfhnru' wtrcct-
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
DESIRABLE ROOM --Nicely lurnishtd.
with hi urJ, at 4U Market stroet.
O'lVS With or without hoard: terms
reaon"M 140 VAIUSi'V r.
OOMS AND BOA Kit . crirahie rooms
nil i.oarn t i fHTprn '
T300MS One larire trout room wittl bal
XV eony and one lame back room with
larir. dressing-rerun, aod ithera as good as
can be found in the city.
75 UNION 8T.
ST. JAMES BOUBK-Cor. Second and Ad'
amsst. Room and board toper week.
Day hoard 13 5" per week.
OOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Court street.
OARD With axoellent room, ,
124 ADAMS BTrin.f.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Maoism St.
rpWO large untarnished rooms, with or
J- without board, at oa Maaison street, oor
OUSE 01 seven rooms.
Apply hi ill Madison strert-S
)ART OF 6TORE-N0. 44 Beale itrett
ROOMS Three large front rooms, fur
Dished, cool, and convenient to bust
neas. Apply at 198 Union street
C10TTA0E8 No 5t Fourth and 148 Ex
ehange street, 6 and 4 rooms.
A. OORDBS. 17 Talbot street.
)IAN8, Organs, Ouitars, Banjos and
Violins, all styles ana nricoi.
HOI CK'S. 389 Main street.
OA Q LAUDERDALK ST.; six rooms,
gara n ana a stern.
Catholic Orphan Asylum, Hcn-y avenue.
Mrs. White house, head ot Front street.
11 Jessamine, near Lauderdale.
4118 Vaice. 8 rooms.
Barney Armstrong place, Fort Pickering, 4
281 Main street, Ilall, over Floyd's.
275 foplar street, near High.
.n Tl l 1. . 1 I 1 1 I
1U xjawivjr, nm ruiiinr, ,ri iuiuibiiou.
Cottages at Bond Sta.,L. AN. R.R., Oriill's.
Vottaget at Uollierville, ienn., Dr. Webb,
8"4 Lindon. 9 rooms.
Very nice eot'age 00 Randolph rd., Chelsea.
65 Mosby, near Alabama.
449 Hernando, rents 115, or lor sale, $1500,
37 De-otn, near Union.
113 Hill street, near Alabama.
aocCall street, third west of Shelby.
Store 318 Front street, near Union.
W. A. WHEATLEY.
"TICE COTTAGE Three rooms, on Col-
-L lege street, near south gate Klmwood.
Apply at 3 union st. jus, ijhauw
283 POPLAR 8T.
OOMS-With privilege ol Booking Itove,
at Pin. zu Linden street.
1" HESIDENCK-409 Vance street, from
the 1st ot bentamner. Arpiyto
DR. OVERALL. 381 Main St.
OOMS A suit of rooms In Masonic Tem
ple. Apnly to BUM J . PK1UK.
OUSEs 318 Poplar street and 136 Ala
bama street. Inquire of
JdlN hEED. 320 Poplar st.
OOMS Furnishod, finale or en suite, at
i.w .-naaison si. neierences required.
STOREH0l!8E-No. 9 Union street, with
new cotton-room, 10x35 feet.
E. K. MEAOHAM.
RESIDENCE For three or six months,
my residence in the city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the moat desirable
Eart of the eity Hood well of water and
ydran'. in the yard; house furnished with
gas; ne.ir strtet-car line; every oonvenienco
ot a home. Address
R. D. SEALS,
Fort Smith. Ark
MEN Two strong ao'lv? white men as la
borers at F. QUIOLEY'6 btone Yard,
4:12 Main sire t.
GIRLS At Memphis Steam I aundry.
washing or ironing required
A GOODMAN AND HIS WIFE-Totake
XI obnrge of a fine place near the eity.
(German preferred ; The man to take care
of eattle and horaes. the i-oinan to cook and
attend to the housekeeping department, etc.
Apply to W. P DUNAVANT,
No 11 ''niton Exchange.
IRUNKR8 At Memphis StoauT Laundry,
221 Second street.
At 352 Vance street.
10 WORK Morning and evening for a
private family by a (ci man. Address
C. B. K. , Appeal oflioe.
TO GIVE TONTRACI-Tohsul about 150,
000 to 200,000 staves a short distance on
Yaioo river. Apply to C. A. r-MITH,
156 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
SITUATION By a young man of steady
habit, i can give the best of references
in this eity and in North Mississippi; gro
cery business preferred, bat will work at
REV. 8. 0. CALDWELL, St. Panl St.
SITU ATION As salesman or porter in tro
oery; will manulaoiure Savoring ex'racts
and waith hlne. Address R, this office.
OL'SK With six to eight rooms.
Address 177 I'nion street.
EVERYBODY To spend th. suma-er at
Grayson Spring , Ky. or catalogues
and particulars call at ticket office of rbesa
peako and t'hin routo, uniler Peahody Hotel.
ITUATION By a white woman as cook.
gi M. 1 this ntln-o.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty data lor SI 50.
243 Min sroet.
ADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'
XJ New " Tilter "a filt-r, Bustle. Hoop
skirt and Underskirt ooirbined. Hoops can
be roiuo cdand skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anvaiie. Ve y fashionaole, and soils
for 12 to every well-dreased 1 idy as soon as
hown. Airents aouhle their money. Al o,
lull line of new liirnlrhing goods I or Indies
and children. Addreas, with stamp, E. II.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 4H4 West Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
AN EXPERIENCED COTTON MAN '
Controlling gond Kurnpean c irre'pond
nce. fur a PAixTNEH; all Eastern and
Bouthern eonnec ionf made; business Kant
past season ten thousand bales; location best
town in Mississippi. Relerences required
and giion. Address S B. S.
cire Hermitage Club, Nashville, I enn.
CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
work are now being formed under the
euperviiion of Mra. Samuel May. All the
newest styles of decorative fancy work and
material, stamping and embroidery to order
MAN to take an office and represent a
manufacturer: fthO per week; ireall
capital required. Address, with stamp. Box
70 w est Acton Ma' a.
ALESMEN In every State in the U- Ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
G ESTABLISHMENT having several
6roiALTiKB tbatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handlod alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
VHICF MAN1IFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
LD GOLD A SILVIR-Foreesh or ex
change. MULF ORIt, Jeweler, 2VM Ma n
SALARY TO A8ENTS Ad-
J a TiU DnnTTtii
GOODS. 842 Broadway. New
J ork. The only gen nine.
This powdor never vri . A marvel of
punt:', ;roc Jth and whole menoss. More
economical thau the ordin r; kinds, and
cannot be tot 1 in OO'jipe tion w!ih the
muititmle 0: low test, shot1, weight alum or
phosphate puw.iers. ioUi cai ieon. Ritt
IlsKIV" ":'" ' H' 1 )wVcelr.
BLACK BEADED B0N ET On Fourlh
tr et. between damn and Court, laat
nigi'. Reward at 45 Maoisi 1 street.
PUP Stra.ed from 438 Vneej st., Sunday
alt.rnoon blank aud t o male pup. A
liberal rewar 1 will be paid I r iis roturn.
A P0CKETB0OK Coita ning a sum of
x.v money in two greenbr bins and oai
aic in silver. T. n do lan reward will be
paid to the finder, if re'uru id to 136 Poplar
st feet, corner of Fourth
HRACELET-One gold bracelet. If found
please return to 251 Mam street, at Oak
Hall, and receive reward.
EpINE BRICK RESIDENCE On Beale,
' between Lauderdale an4 Wellington.
J, M. TRK iKVANT,
32 Nortt Coart street.
GROCC1 Y-Doing a fair easiness; excel
lent looation j ot-er business to attend
to. A wresi RETAIL,, this oflioe.
PORTABLE Engine and Corn Gristmill,
10 horse power; No. 1 orders cheap.
THOS. DELANY, 124 Front st., Memphis.
AB.VRGAIN-Fine residence en Adam!
st ; larire lot and da ishtfolly situated
Bale by ll.JJ LACK A CO., 39 Madison at.
SECONDHAND ROCK A WAY Bruoe't
make: al ost good at new; very cheap,
at Woods A Swoope's.
Ol'SR AND LOT No. Sin Poplar street,
50x.60feet Apply on premises.
CHEAP 1 Upright Piano, 7 octave, wal
1 Biuer -quare. 7 octave, rosewood case.
1 Chi. kering Square Grand.
1 v unns A ('lark tiHo.-teve.
1 Mason A Hamlin 1 rgan. 5 octave.
1 Western Cottage Organ, 5 1 eteve.
lDobson Bell Banjo, ladv'isiu.
1 Bruno Guitar, 1 dt'i site.
Cash or installments.
O. K. UOUOK A CO. 389 Main st.
GOOD COW AND 'ALF-Vr. Nellie Ste
phenson, State FeinaUOollege.
LOT 60x160 feet Cheap-rth aide Mad
ison, haif a square eastoi Lauderdale.
Graded. Apply to -.,u, - ,.
S. W . QARRISON.T Main street.
CK'NFECTIONERY-WeU established, on
y a paying basis. Other business to look
after. Inquire of
JORDAN A CO., 136 Main it.
TRANSFER BOAT As she lies at Little
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
B , 116 feet long long, 26 feet wide, 8 feet
hold; good engine and fire-box boiler; can
be altered into a feirjboatat small eotti Is
in good condition, and will be (old cheap.
Apply to Little Hock and Jfort Smith R. W.
Co., Little Kock, Ark.
GROCERIES, ETC. Having ecnclnded
to quit the groceiy part of oor business
our entire stock 01 Groceries, Fixtures,
Drays and Mules are for sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale srooery butineai
oan secure a cargain by oalhng on
ECKERLY, STONE A CO.,
No. 268 Front street.
C COUNTRY-NEWSPAPER Address
J H W. BARBER, Ash'aiid City, Tenn.
jj)nn WILL BUY a new bnsinesa tor
UJJ the state of Tennessee. Ala
bama. Miasouri or Louisiana, to make large
oash profits at once; a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties wishin' a good ousinesl ad
dres MA vrEATTHRH, this office.
W. If. HALDEMAN,
President of the Great LOUISVIL COURIER-JOURNAL
CO., tolls nat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Oi ricg or thi Cora'KB-JorRNiL,
Lrun VILLI, Kr.
Dr. Wini tmilk. Sir I aii e a rule 1 have
observed foi many years, the valuo of your
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your requeii, what I know of your Chill
Cure. Tho irivate assurances of its efficacy
I had, and the good results of its effects I
had observed on Mr. R. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had been fore
man ot my ofii'-e, induced me to test it in
my family. The results have been entirely
satisfactory. The first case was of two
years' standing, in which I believe every
known remedy bad been tried with tempo
rary reliel the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly increased severity.
Your eure broke them at once, and thore has
been no recurrence of them fur more than
six months. The other rase was ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals ur til your medicine was used, since
which time, now aeveral months, they have
entirolv disappeared. From tbe opportu
nity I have had to judge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure ilk
valuable specific, and perform! all yon
promise for it. Respectfully,
ARTHUR PETER A CO., AgenU, Louis
W. 11. HATKN.
. v. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
New nnd Lutpat Styles Stock. New
'l'yin. Nfw MnphltiPry.
Exm TTtVK (iKfirH. N8HVI.I,, TRSK.
WHERftAS, Tho Forty-Fourth General
As embly of tho State of Tennessee,
at its re uiar sos- ion of 188S, and on the 30th
day of March. l"N.r. by a joint resolution
which wai agreed to by both the Senato and
the Houae of Representatives, did propose
an an emluient I'' the Constitution ol the
State: and whereas, the Constitution, Arti
cle XI, Section 3, requires said proposed
amendment to be referred to the (General
As embly next to he clioson, by which Gen
eral Assembly it shall be agreed to by two
thirds of all the members elected to each
lioure, before being subinittod to a direct
vote or the PO' pie; and whereas, it ia re
quired by law that s- id proposed amendment
shall bo published for six months previous
to tho tme ot making auch choioe 01 the
next General Assembly;
Now therefore, f , Win. B. Bate, Governor
of the State of Tennersce, do hereby cause
to be publnhcd the said proposed amend
ment to the t onstitution of the State 01
Tennesree. which is as follows: "To add as
Section (18) eighteen, Article (11) eleven, ol
said Constitution, the following:
to. 18. Mo person shall manufacture
for sale, or sell, or keep for sale, as a bev
erage, any intoxicating liquors whatever,
including wine, ale. and beer. The General
Assembly shall by law presorihe regulations
for the enforcement of the prohibition herein
ctinuim d, and shall thereby provide suita
ble penalties for the violation ol the pro
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and canned to be aftixnil the ereat
seal ot 1 he State of Tennessee.
Done at 'be city ol Nashville, this 26th
day of April, in the year of our Lord one
thouaand eight hundred and eighty-six, ol
tbe IndetMlwlAnea nl thfl linitAii NtjUAM the
one bum red and tenth.
WM. B. BATE,
Govern r of Tennessee.
Secretary of fctata.
THE mmiM TODAY.
THE NOMINATIONS IT WILL
HAVE TO MiKR.
Tbe Ball to Be Oiiened at Ele.ea
OTlock-The Order of
The returns from All the county
dift'ie'B cmie in yts erJay, and are
published in fall below. The etti
nmiei mie upon the full rittirns dif
fer us widely and re as numerously
various as lh rand d.itos. Knry as
pirant fir ollica ha-s fcu owniJeaofhia
st tnyth, ad no two ate alike. Some
oi llicm cliiitu everyihirjr, thinking
by ti at ineiiLS to wt-Rken tl.e op
pbsi ion, knowing tlie lmuiaa
wra'iiie-8 f r s'Hudioj? on the wiunitu
side. Tueie vr 11 b a h t cof tstfor
nearly iv.-ry otlic-s ia the list and it is
La dly likely that any pominati.irs
will b'a made on tiie tiist ba 1 t rxutp
thiKO for CtiHiicol'or and Sber.tr.
Judj;eK!i'tt and Cap'. Caition wi 1
bavo 110 opp s t on. Ftr ail ilia ctiier
cfli.'ts Ultra are tl.rte o- 111 ,ro caudi
( aiep, and it will no a ilillirult nut'er
for any one of t' ein to rrceivo a iwj
thi.rr votetn ihe first hal'o'. 15 sidis
Ctiainellor end tIisriiV, thtra era iiim
ollica t ) bd tilled.
Tha eifrbt year clliePB are the Judge
ships and At oraey Uenval.
F.r Criminal IV urt Jinlyo tho c.-u-rUdatse
are J. J. Djb if e, T. M. Sciiin?,
Orville Ye'cer, A. M Lambeth, J. J.
Maccibe, T. A. Hao, A. II. i-tig as)
and J. S Duval.
For Circuit Judge trie candidates are
J. L Ocod oe, L. ti. Kites, John John
sen and V. 8. Flippin.
FerPribat Judge the randidatrs
are J. S. Gal owy, J. P. Young, W,
B (ileision and T. B. Mieon.
The Cierks aie to be eleotsd for four
Tho caodida'es for Crimioul Cjnrt
C'e.k are U. IS. Capers, 1'abney W.
Collit-rand Ila K. Duugla-s.
The taudddtts for Ciicuit C.irt
Clerk aie Gtog Campbell, H. P.
H-incon and Bla k.
For County Court Clerk the candi
date are P. M. Winter.', P. J. Quigley
and It. A.Od una.
rhe Coucty Trustee is elected for
two year., and tbe candidates are A.
J. Harris, J. M. Bradley and N. F. 1-e-maittr
The H agister will serve four yearj.
Among tae candidatts doit called to
miiid aie John F. McCalltim,
T. B. Crenshaw, F. F. Har
r'son, Sid Doualass, J. M. Crewe,
C. M. Waldran, John A. Powel, Dean
Pope, . A. Edmontisou, John V.
G mid and many others.
The At'otnty General will serve
eigbt years, aud tbe candidates are
GaorgH B. Peten, S. D. Wtakley and
J. M. Greer.
Shtrifl Cnnon will serve two ycarB.
Ijlat or Delrfiiilet.
The following is a full and revised
report of the delegates elected in the
cc-untt y districts the Seventeenth not
hea d mto:
Firtt Vittrict J. A. Murray, C. M.
Stewait, J. G. McCalla, S. F. Kay
niond, J. H. Barrel t.
Second Dittrict Jamc Fanner, Ed
Armour, John Dwyer, Win, Kaaley,
W. E. Pcpi.
Third DUlriclJ. A. Hill, G. R
Wynne, J. N. llprrifon, J. 0. Martin,
J. K. Williamp, C. W. Graves.
Fourth. E J. Wende', Miseouri
Watt, James Harrell
Fifth. James Monoghao, C. L. Ba
cigalupo S1.1ti B. L. Fe'.te, W. R. Taylor, S.
Sevmlh II. J. Williams, J. C. Ellif,
F. J. WaUoa J. M. Jackson, J. F.
Eighth.'R F. Kimbrongh, II. L.
Gr.ttiD, H. T. Brogg, W. D. Horn, R.
Ninth 'N. M, Alsup, S. Y.Gregory,
N. J. Justice, Jerry Stewart, Hr.
Ttnth3. M. McDonnl, II. Irbv.B.
G. Co poorl, J. 1). Rid, J, A. 'Per
kins, W. R. Harrell, P. J. Ctsh, A. G.
Eleventh. G. K. Strickland, J. L.
CKpwjod, A. O'Neil, C J. Hones, G.
Twelfth E. E Elmn, A. B. Ellis.
Thirteenth A. U Elbs, A. B. Elnm.
FoH'tcenth. John Orertoo, jr., John
W. Gairrtt, T. B. BaitholomMV, Ed
Carrdi, Cbas LeOl-rt1, It vers Groves,
John Ileinrich, HtiDsooo Cary.
Fifleetttli. Monroe Klinck, Arch
McCaiViir, Ben Powell, Jos S. Kaw
lirg. Xutemth Hal r-cruygs, W. D. Hr
Vf y, R. D. Goodwyn.
Seventeenth. Charles Ward and Ut.
Eightetvlh. John Armistead, Jus.
Youjg, 0. Scott. W. H. Ilnghey.
A Tuloo for John Bradley.
I believe-1 am echoing the sent'
merit of a vast majority cf the Demo
cratic voltrj of Snelby county, when
I appeal to the delegntes who were
febcted Tuesday night, in belull ol
John Bradley, who is a candidate for
County Trustee. His claims for the
oflice ia b'ssd on his integ ity as a
tit zen, bis capacity and his wortbi
ntbs t) ably fill the position to
whkh he aspires. In present
ing the c'a'ms of John Bradley
I do not wish to be understood in any
way to rtBt on tbe present incum
bent, Mr. Andrew J. Harris. But he
has he'd ton office for two terms (bar
year.-),' and in my humble opinion
should now oe willing to give way to
another TituK man, who ia as worthy
as himself. The principles of the
Democratic P'rty demand tbar
changoa s) mid come with time, anil
if uny one nan is to con'imia ly hold
oflUe, wh'O fs t1 e incentive for tha
yonnger gt in-ration to tike n cc'ivo
part in poitits. Andrew Harris is
pofiu'ar,b t not more ro than John
Bradley. Andrew Harris has held the
position f rfour years, cow let tim
stand aa;di nd tive John Bra'leya
chanco. J ibn Bradley is poorascom
partd willi Andrew Harris, and (or
this and U e other rea-ons ment oncd,
I thiiik I) a envection which awem
b!ea tcdny nbould bestow the nomina
tion on Joi n Bradley. He will bring
as gret a rength to tho ticket ts An
drew Harri and la etiualiy deferving.
1 oIIIIcmI l'ellela.
Claim eve ything.
Dabney Coixikr may got there,
A world cf trading will ba done.
Exposition Building eleven sharp.
Young is the dangcrcm man for
Douglass thinks he will have forty
on the fi'Sl ballot.
Thkrs is likly to be a tie up over
the Proba'e Judgeship.
Tub convention will be called to
order at 11 o'clock sharp.
It will be waiin.no matter how
miny windovs are open.
The crowd pramiefs to be bigger
than for many a long day.
Thrhb is litt'e danger that the con
vention will no so fo-lish a thinar a
o adi pt the majority rule instead of
that which requires that a nominee
shall receiv the votes of two-thirda of
the wlo!o number of del gates.
Toibc Is no reason to change tbe
estimates made jeeteiday.
Col. Geouqi Gantt will probably
oe maue pamuneni cuairmau.
Bra dlit and Harris appfar to bo
nei'H aid neck for tue Tiusteeslup.
Galloway's friends claim his nom
ination on thetiret ba lot-ditto Paters
Comparatively ft w delfimtes were
fnund yesterday who would gay how
they inteutfi'd t vo;e.
Tins windowa will all he th:ovrn
ODt ii. nnd ever? means tairn t ) nako
tao budding lnlut ili .
Coi.libr's friends am nit bneuieg
11r.1cl1.r1ntth.1t finl ar.l. a i i'cr prom-
ia a tu loom when n vi to is ukeu (or
Criminal Court Clerk.
Tim f lends of the old limimi, P.
M. Winters, claim a.iveu'.v delegatis
in tiiH c;ty who will vole for him to-
dry f r County Couit Clerk iu the
10 .V: ll'K.Il.
Tin: o-der of lm:-inr s? r?i'nm:nncb d
by tin Executive C 'mini'lci ia no;
likfly t bo a biptod. I'lm SncritT
will 1 ruViablv bo nniuiiia'fd lirt tlun
t!ie Jmlg;p, boinuiug witli C;ian-
ti Kii.LY will a ligvut! Unj fie
couut'y, a d tli ra is i.ot n ward in
tl e citv fri'in wtilch l.p Will mil r.vt ivo
Hoverel votes He w ll curry rt 11Ui.
j-ri:y of s vera1, his t 'a' Str nuth on
the ti'tt ballot being put down 11' un
Tna hottjetand bitterest fiilit of thn
day will be made over the l otui'v
Court Clerkship. Tho e t mute tnnile
ver-ter.lav mornrg, giving (Jti nVv
100, P. Winttra 7.") and Odltim 14, is
about the closes', tnat raa ba 11111 le
from at entirely unbiased standpoiut.
A i-arty of prominnnt youre Dam-
ccrats called a: our olli .e vetrday to
advocate J. S. Duval, candidate for
Criminal Cour; Judo. They say if
be receive! the nomination they will
put f irward evoiy tr flort 10 awnte the
election of the entire Demosiatic
Gkikb's frierds were woiking like
beavers yeat-iiday and hop to carrv
their champion through to iay ; but if
they fail alter all tho hard work they
have done, they will shake hands over
tue chesm not a bloady one-11 will
be healed aod hermetically sealed,
end "hey will all g) in with a whojp
ana hurrah to elect the nomicee.
Tiibbk is net likely to be a deadlock
in the contest for the AH rnsy (i we
talahip. No dark boree will eet it, but
the plum will bo captured by one of
tbe avowed cnndi la es-Pcter, Greer
or Weakley. If the friend, of either
find it jmpcsMhle to nc initiate their
lavon'e Kiev will make Hie Domina
tion oflhe ether unanimoui and will
go into the canvasa for him aftetward
E. A. EouosnsoN, of the Twelfth
District, is candidate for Rcirisler.
and one that li s competitora have
gird reastn to tear, tie is an honor
able, hitfh minded gentleman, ganial
and obliging, and thoroughly com
intent to diccharje the duties of tint
or any other oflice to which he might
aspira. He hai made a qu'et, honcr
able canvass, and hia friend) will
stick to him until the last day in the
morning. His family connection is
large and inilmntial, and his name
won'd add no little strength ta tbe
PrnKratume of Hie Terenly Seconil
Annnnl Meetlnir mt Hlirlby vllle.
The taenty-Eecond'annunl meeting
of t';e TennesHee S'ate Tea-hers' As
sociation will be held at Shelbyville,
Tens. , Augmt 18, 10 and 1!0, 1S80.
Thn good people of Shelby ville have
arranged for the hospitable entertain
ment of all teachnrs who 11 uy attend.
Thou expecting to be pre-ent should
not iff tue Rsv. A. G. Dinwiddle, D.D.,
or Julga Thomai H. Co dwell, Shelhy
ville, Tenn. From all pnnctpil s a
tione licketi at about 4 reotiamile,
round trip, cm be obt lined. Tickets
niuatbe bought over each load. Atk
the ufent for special intes.
Among those who will n!l dress the
aseocation are: Mes rs. W. G Brien,
A. 8. Colyae, 0. P. Fit.erald, T. S.
Fos'er, W. R Garrett, F. Goodman,
J. 1 Lampion, T. H Paine, C. F.
Sonib, J. J. Tigeit, A. P. W.rterflald
andH. S. Woolaine, Nashville; Mra.
W. II. Ho. ton, Mrs. W. R. Johnson,
Mifs?s Cannon and Horton, Mts-ra.
W. S Jontsaad J. H. Mathep, Mem
phis; Mss Faonia Harper, Messrs. A.
P. BourlanJ and F. M. Smith, Jack
eon; Min Lucy G.Ctoz er, Mesnra. W.
A. Hcndcri n, T. C. Kr", 11. Nicb
o'son, A. Jtnth, J. W. Snylor and W.
T. While: Knoxville; Mesrra. J. F.
Cannrn, IT. - Caldwell, E. Cooper and
J. W. Jenkins, Sbe'byvide; Mrs w. 'A
W. lOwing, T. B. Harwel and Flonr
roy R'vew, Pula'ki; Meests. R D'H.
Uoiertion, W. A. Sin tli and W. C.
Whitthorne, Columbia; Mrs. M. B.
Estt-s, Sjtring Hill; Miss W. A. Drom
goole, Jlurfieoibofo; Messrs, D. W.
Dorjn, White Pine; K W. Do an,
Lnudoa;0. H. Dong'aes, Henderson
ville; P. A. Fisher, Colngfo; J. S.
GrilUJ, Adamsvilb; J.I. D. Hinds,
Lebanon; II. 8. Kennedy, Dyersburtr;
F. V. McCurnell, HitsTille; W. L
McSjpatiden, Greeneville; 8. A. Myn
dera, Lexington: G. R. H uirt, Cleve
land; S W. Tindell, Movy Cteek,
aoa E. M. Wright, Whig. Other
speakers w.ll be aunounced later.
All 1 erons who are interested in
educational allaira are cordially in
rile! t attend and take part in the
diicuB-i.ns. Tbe meeting will Lo in-
teres'ing aid helplol.
Newspapers will pleace give notice
of the time and plica of meeting, or
kindly reprint tbia cirru'ar.
E. ALEX ANbl.K, President.
Iiiank OooiiMiN, oecrolary.
A I'romlneul l'irin'r Wrllra:
KonT Statio!), Jones oi uty, ()a., Juno
20, IWI Py the reoiimmoniliition ot tbe Kov.
C. 0. havm, I used Dr. Motley's Lemon
Ktiiirfor inilinevtioD, ilelii ilr anil nervous
liroitration, huviiiK licon aareat snfTnrer for
yetirii. aud tried all known remedies for
there diseases, ell of whioh tailed, tive bot
tles of Lomon Klivir made a new mun of me
end r stored my stronKth a'1 enemy so that
I oan attend to my liirm wilh all ease aud
oomtort Kofor any one lo ine.
Your friend, WM.ll KMEHSON.
I'rum a Prosiiineat ljdy.
I have not bten able in two years to walk
or slund without sufterlni moat i.ain. Klnoe
lashw Or. Motley's Leinsn Eliiir I can
walkbalf a mile without Ins lest inoonveu
ienct. MK8. R. a. liLOOlWORTII,
Sold bv drudiists. W rrnts and tl ill ier
bottle. Prepared by 11. Muiley, M.D., At
SuberllieJor 1 lie "Appeal
In tb Dear Old Bay.
We differ In creed and politics, but
we are a nnit all the mine on the de
airablnness of One head rf hair. If
yon mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam U1 make yon
look as you did in the dear old days.
It ia worth trying. Thn enly standard
60 centa article for the hair.
Sa boor I lie lor J he "Appeal."
TenCsa Ray lorleslVals
A sample of Simmons Lir Regulator
for trial. Be aura you geti the genuine.
BAIL AM) BAT.
RESULTS OF 4) AMES IN ALL THE
IE KiltS YESTERDAY.
Memphis Knocks Wcjhlng Out of
the Boi, While Br, nan Pltchew
Raiu prevente a game yestord.iv at
Savannah. At Atlanta, Naehville t' ok
her ueul daily drubbing, receiving
le rjfier nansealihg doee of l.r to ti.
At Chitli'Htnn, Momnhis won a vry
creditable and f n piirg vict -ry. The
much vaunted Wiyhing w.is knecked
out of the bx, while B'ynan
only nil nve d oeven hits and etruck
out thirteen men. If lti jnii'i ceu du
p'iciito that record at Sav.-innah and
Ailanta bo will come bai'k a br,s.ilmll
hoto. Tbo foa'u es of tlie game wete
li a'k'a ba'ting, Shea's ti 'Uling nnd
l''ii?svlLiioh'a w.itk behind tlio ba'.
Mil iiiin i,i i.i i:.
llrynnu'a tilnlll Vrk.
Ini'KOIAU TO TH irrctt..!
I'haki.kston, N. C., July I I. Wey
Ivng pi'e'hed fi r ('hKiltHtiiii todav i'd
wai tirtiti d otlt cf the box tiy Mem
phis. It i-i ea'd to b tho last gune
tlnr he will ever pitch f jr t'hailis'.oo.
t'llAB:.IJT IN. A. II. B. B II f.O. A. K.
Kappml. lid h 3 1 1 2 S 1
Cowley, r. f 4 1 2 2 0 1
('billion, s. h 4 0 0 1 0 1
Powell, 1st b 4 0 17 0 1
llro'iian, 2J b It 114 2 2
Gardner, 1. f Ap... 3 1 0 0 0 0
Gdman, c. f 4 1110 1
Hine, c 4 0 0 7 2 0
Weybing, p. A 1, f. 3 0 0 0 3 0
Total y 5 7 24 10 7
MKiarnis. a u. r. b n. p.o. a. b
Rlack, 1. f 4 1 3 0 0 0
Manning, 2d b 4 0 0 2 2 1
McSorley, 3d b ... 4 2 1 o 10
Bronghton, r. f... 4 2 2 1 0 1
Andrews, 1st b... 4 1 0 11 0 0
Shea, c. f 4 0 110 0
Kusselligch, c 4 J I 1 11 2 1
1'helan, s.e 3 0 114 0
Brynan, p 3 0 0 0 14 0
Total 34 7 9 27 23 3
SOOBC BY INHINON.
Charleston 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1-5
Memphis 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 -7
Summary: Earned runs Charles
tin, 2. Two base hit Powell, Black
and Fufsedbach. Total base hits
Charleston, 8; Memphis, 11. Left on
bases -Charleston, 3; Memphis, 3.
Rases stolon Kappei and liiosnan.
Struck out Weybing, 2: Brynan, 13.
First base on hals-OIV Brynan, 3.
Wild pitches Weybing, 2; Brynan,
2, Pawed ba Is Hines, 1 ; Fnsselbach,
2. Time of game 2:15. Umpire
Naitavlllo PalverlarU Into AIoiuh.
IsriouL to Tea arriAL.I
Atlanta, Ga., July 14 Atlanta de
feated Neshville the tnild straight
game today, and it was dene apparent
ly with the greatest ease. The score
wai 15 to 6, and Nashville would bavo
been held down cloeer bad Atlan'n
not let down purposely in the ninth
inning. It was a very uninteresting
gune and wilh but few brilliant pointa
Wells and (i ineon, battery for Atlan
ta, and Dundon and Krebmeyer for
NaahvLlo. Score by innings:
Allan'a 2 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 5-15
Nashvi le..O 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4-0
TV 4 Qll I M1XI lT Jlllv 1J V.kU, Vn.V
. . v. . ... . iwn A.'.n,
7; Nationals, 2. Earned runs New
York, 5. Home fnna 1. Two hise
flitji - 1 1 inoa Tlirnn Via.tt' litlu
O'K iiirke and Connor. Paeed balls
-(iilligan, 1. Wild pitches Welch,
2;Brr, 1. Stilen hoses New York,
i. I! 'ho tuts Nationals, 4 ; NewYork.
14. Mnors Natirma's. 4: Nav Ynrt.
8. Umpiio Curry.
AT HT. LnUIS.
Sr Louts, Mo , July 14. St Lin's.
2; Chicago, U. Earned runs St Ixiuip,
I ; UlrciigD, a. i wo base lilts l)nl-
rymplo, Anpon, Williamson, McKen
non. Total batei on hiis St. L' uK
6; tliicigo, 10. Left cn bases St.
Louis, 3; Cliiciiio, 2. htrnck out By
Murphy, 3; by Carks-in, 10. Double
plavs Dennv. Dunliip and Onion.
Stery and Dun'ap iWes on cul'od
ballH-UII Murphy, 3 I'essed Ital's
Gravew, 1. Wild pitches Murphy, 2.
i mpi'o uonnony.
AT KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Mo .July 14 Kansas
Citv, 1; De riit, 17. Earned runs
D I 'oil, 8; Kansas Citv. 1. Home
rntiH Richards m. Two buna hit
Richardsin, Thompson, Hanlon,
White, J. I to we, 2: Mv?M. 2. Tniee
bas3 hits Bo nett, Tbompsnn, 2.
PaMod balls Briody, 1. Wild pitches
Conway, 2. Kirit base on hal's 03"
WnilmD, J; IJonway, 1; Smith, 1.
First haeo on errors Kansas City, 1 ;
Detroit, (. Hiruck out By Smith. 3:
Conway, 1. Double nlayg Itowe and
Dounelly, Riwe, R chardson nnd
isroutliers. n olen bisen Wenim-in,
KcbarUon, JJroutliers, Hanlon.
AMERICAN ANNOd ATION.
PiTTsmiRO, Pa., July 14. Pittsburg,
4; Metropolitan, 1. Earned inns
Pittsburg, 2. Homo rnn Brown.
Three bao hits Brown. I'saqd bills
Miller, 1; Holbert, 4. Baseon hulls
Ull Hamlibne, 2: of! Mays. 5. First
bo on orro'B Pi tahurif, 5. S ruck
ont By Handibou, t); by Mayp, 3
Double ila s Nelson. Foster and
Orr, I'nipire Valentine.
Cincinnati. O.'Julv 11 C!noin-
nati, 5; Brooklyn, 1. Earned inns
none. Twbuo hi's Jones. Tnroa
IrlH.l hits l'.ll'cll. I'uHHHil lull I'rfn.
p'es. Kiri-t I a eon ba Is - Off McKeon,
2; off Terry,4. Bise lets Omcionat',
(I; li'ooklyn, 5. Errors-C miniinti,
i;u(ooaiyo, z. umpire wasn.
Lr,uiKVn,l,K, Ky., Jnlv 14. Louis
ville, 3; Baltimore, 0. Earned rui.s
loin-vide, 1. Ywn balls Firmer,
l;Crow, I. Wild pitches Hccker,
1. Firs' bate on hjllu By Hecker, 1 ;
Kl'r.y. 2. Ktrnck out By Hocker. 5:
Kilroy, 7. Umpire Kelly.
AT ST. I.OUIH.
St. Louis, Mo., July 14 Browns H.
Atl.lo ics 1. Earned runs Browns, ti.
Two base hi s-W. (il.as.jn, Welch,
Minigan. Jiir-e r-sa bits Robins in
(St. Louis), Ciirat'iers. Total ba:os
on hits Browne, li); Athlt-tios, 7.
LiStt on bates lirowns, 7; Athletic.
4. Struck ou-by Hudeon, 5; by At-
RlnBon, z. I) uble pluya (ileasou,
K ib'nson and Cimiskey. Batter hit
W. Gieieo , Ha ci on called bil's
oil' Hudnnn, 1 ; oil Atkinson, 2 PbhsmI
balls Robinsnn. 1. Wild pitches
Atkinson, 1; Hudson, 1. Umpire
Bradley. BaaebHll Note.
Tomorrow the.Krowna tackle Savar.
nah, and ail ejes in tbe Southern
Letgae will be tumed on tbe Bluff
City boys. Memphis ezuects every
man to do hii duty and pby ball.
Tub following club should win to
day, if It dcei no' riin: Cbicigo, St.
Liuis Briwnp, Atlar.ti, Memphi", Sj
v.tniab, Detroi', New York, Iurs
ville, Cincinnati, Pitt-b'.irg and Pinta
Tub Eclipse, of this eity, play their
first league game litre, today with
thi Eurekas. cf Centr.il Point. They
also p'ay tomorrow aid giva an exhi
b tion tamo Sin day. A pnrsa of (100
is offered to thi elubt'at wii s the
be t two ont of tlir e game', and a
goid game ia expected. Game fa'lml
prompt at 4 a'clock p.m., at 'Cycle
Is tiikkk anything in thn etiiKs-
pbcre of Charleston that ttMis good
piavers intv) liad r Kuppel inil l'hil
lips, la e of Angu tu, to o! tbe ber'i
p ayers in tl.eloig ip. niado ontrag'r.us
enors yo'eritay. What can thi mat
ter be? Even ti ir.hi-r, who woe re
garded ea inof tnnr ihlo when her.',
I ni pi veil rather no rlv a hom. ('mi
it be, lint no, w shudder to cxpttvs 't,
inn it be tha C inr 'est on beer is of an
Chaiii.ik SwaisKY t llsatoul one
on "o'd iii-iti" .''hii er which i.ai nev, r
been mi print. Wiien Sba'er idived
in 11 i 11 -i lo it wi s quite an o dinary
event to gi from one lake city to
"bother by Like Michigan and Lake
E ie. Wliile on n eteani' r cn Lake
Michigan a fearful s o ni cinie up and
tbe steamer wai tosod a'icmtiuilfa
mere wal'tr. The herd id llulliilrs
wre on board, among l hem
Shuf r. He la afraid of wat-r
fact and ho beeon to feur
hia end wa u-ar. He bud
died up in hii (tat room, and a-i the
veesol rilled ha nwanedand whined.
Suddenly a th night came to Irs ret
ru1. He awoke us if from a dream
aud in hia teiritile anmrah cried
aloft : "If I gi down, thank Go 1, I go
down with a hii battinii and tie d'ng
reco il, anil ho proceeded as best he
could to mark it on the stateroom
EX TEND I NU THE LINK.
TUB MEMPIIIN, BIRMINQ1IAM
ANO ATLANTIC Rll.B4ai
I'DNhlns; Onwitril aTrosn Tnrrl A
llctlena Knlrrprla Splkea
Tacklaying on the extension cf the
Memplus, Uirmingham anil Atlantic
lailroad commenc d at Tupelo, Miss,
yesterday atternooii. The ursillnt; on
the sixty niiloi between Tupelo and
Holly Springs is 1 eing rapid y flnishul
no. Tlie rails aud fitsteningr for the
Holly bpr.iiKS and have been shipped
several days and the tracklsying will
commence there AtwiiHt 1st From
that date the tracklaying will be
pu-hsd vigorously at both ends, aud it
s expectea tuat metrics: win dr joined
at or near Now Albany in the
month of 8 ptomber. The tall used is
fl'st quility Buwemer steel, aixty
pounds to the van), and the fiMtenings
d 'uble angle plates, thirty-six pounds
to the joint.
The eurveyj for the locution of the
line from Tupelo to a iiincti.n with
the (ieorgia Pacific rai way, about 100
miles, have been completed, and this
work H being pupated I.t early let
One engine and fifteen fi d an. thn
first shipment of tbe equipment for
i lie ex tens on, nave arrived here.
Three mire engines, fifty coal cars,
tilt y box eara ami twenty-live n ti. ti
boons and stock cars, toao her with
UvA passenger, mail and baggage cars
will be delivered here donna tha
months of July and August. Biihthe
paesnuer and freiaht caiH are of tho
liett quid. ty of material and workman
ship, built by Pullman's Pa'ace Car
Company. Tho enu'nt'sara ten-wheel,
eighteen by twenty-four inch cylinder,
built by thn Pittsbii'g Locomotive and
Machine Works, and ari designed fir
the heavy coal Iralllc fiom tlio Ala
bama o.d licld-t, tha one now in tho
Memphis, Birmingham and Atiun'io
yardri being Ilia heaviest engine ever
brought to Memphis,
AN ACCOUNT FROM TIM'KLO.
HI'K'-I Al. TO Till ilTICil..!
Tui'Ri), Miss , July 14 Tha Mem
phis, Biniiin (bum an J Atlantic lail
road began laying its tra 'k today a'
this place. Tho first epika ws driven
in t ie presence of a In ge cnucotitsa of
citizens. Ths railrcud company pro
prs9 pushing tho work of laying the
track rapidly, working larae forces
ami iiBing ivi ry effort to complete the
roal. They are receivii g lurge quan
tities cf material, which bus been
pi ur'ngin in ths last few diya. A' out
thirty car b ads of iron have been re
ceived, and hands are at work night
and dny unloading the r materials
The oflicerrj of tho iouI eay th'iy will
have the road comploled to this place
by the I5fh of September or 1st of
Oct ibor. W. J. Curlls, one of tl e
most poptilai men in tbi country, hai
be an appointed airen at this pi nee.
The Bates and li 'ink ley radroad,
commencing at lirinkley, on the Mem
phis and Litt'e Hock road, and ending
at Newport, oa tha Iron Mountain
load, a distance of fi'ty-slx miles, wai
completed on the 10m instant. The
read, thoiwh short, ,f vast import
ance, as it pauses through a section of
country which in agricultural import
ance is second to nine in the State.
Monroe, Jackson and Woodiufl are tho
counties Iraverted. Judg Martin, of
Little Rock, t' e principal owner, is
very pioud of the success of his enter
prise. Another HimmI Iwto Arltnnaiia.
Tie tl inois Centra! railroad which
l:ai bad a corp-i of euaimiers fir mini
timopsst invest gitii.g tho feaaibiliiy
of a branch line lion either Yaaio
Ci'y, Mibh., or SmliH. Miis., to He ena,
Ar., basd cided to build the branch
at once. 'J linir nni;u cjuctis to eet
coni.ecLion wih the Texai and St.
L iuis, eitlier at Clnrrndbn or Brink
ley. Itifiiid thit tbe f'flicliiU c n
eider the Y.n i rotit moro favornh e
than thty ilo th t of tho Sanlip, bu'
tlie former bus an obstec e in the w y
of tho Mobi e and North we s ern,
wh cli now ex ends 1 1 Clarksdale,
Yivs. and which h a the rifht of w.y
frem Jnnest wn to YnzooCity. Over
tures for the pu chas9 cf the Mobile
and Nor hweslern hae been mtid,
but tttera seen s to be a hitch about it
S'liiiewl.ere, and it is feared that tho
Sardi ronte will b-) 'elected. The
citizens of Helei a are very anxious
th t it should be the Yazoi route, for
this will 1 hen onen ore of the line it
ngr cultural diet icts in tha world, in
direct rail comiiiunica ion with St.
Louis, whereas the Kardie rou o would
not be of anv gr mt consequence, save
in making II-1 na the eon' hue-turn
outlet for the Illinois C ntral syttem.
BrumaionU's Aatnral Leaf.
The only gtmuine '.'Na'ural Leaf"
tobacco in the market; "two tin Uurs,
one on tach end of thep'tig;" a mild,
eltgant chew. Don't be deivived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drummond'a Natural Leaf
A VERY LARUE ATTKXDASCE AT
ESTITAL PARK, ANO A
llanilH'jiiie Sam Realized for tke
Cause Oae of the Most Soccesi
fnl Affairs of tlie Season.
Tbe 11 om i Rule picn'c at Kst.val
P. rk his n glitd ow cu' the friends
of Irdar.d in feat numbers, aad was
a brilli.ir.t niic. fs Sinieof the very
tiea- people in Memphis' were there
n-d the beauty of the 1 idiej who
thronged ihrj dm cn g p.ivilion win a
sujeit of general lenmrk. Tbe
at eudans'j win 'ickp, but tha tloir
wai never ever crimlcd, and thanks
'o the' exqti sitij nms c i.f Arnold'a
Kami, ihj iiaccers hail u iuot er j ,ya
blo time. One if 'h- g atifying fca
t ires of tlie o ( esio i a as (l.e tirHScuce
of nnuiy who Here fii i bcr ltish by
hii th o- ex mi t ivi. bu wIms By inpa
thv f r .he iMu e of Ir bin I itiewthem
to Ks ival Pirk bis' n:g ,t i i 'e.itify
their zeal for li me uile. In tin
ctowd were pi'iiple o' a!1 n r ion.ilii iee,
an i it w.'s a i ot ceali'e im t ttutt eveti
the fui r, r por ion ol theaoil i n, - wire
not drsm n al ojfther f oni 1 1 1 ti i u-t nf
t lir p ii'iihition whes i iuterit i.i Ire.
la id i-i inherited.
Of cwreo. the i. nudiilate w Iuj-jc
nam s i 1 he pfenntcdto tbeion
vention toilny were cut in fo'cc, and
the del'ga'ts p-ts nt had a lively
timo btth declining and ac
cepting invitations to "ake smuc
th'iig." Usually the Viniethiug''
prove;! to be beer, and in many case
a mild c'ur, and tnoie rardy still, and
then i;nly by way of prdcautiou, "soda
watiir;" but there was any amount of
wir-i pulling, and conliJeu'ial whis
peiing, and diep and my.tttrious plot
ting, to tbe well informed politicians
tin re was abundant frod for s'.mly m
the scene pr scnted, and at times ! ha
lnvt of I he humorous might, from a
ipii.it corner, have derived a c insider
able sham of fun bv closely watching
the maneuvers ol candidate! who
hava no ea-thly cbatiee of euccoas.
The professional and chronic
' huttlera" who grow fat by "working"
caudUhttea for anything they will
stand, from a silver dollar to a glass of
bet r, had a rich barves. and many an
unsuspecting vic'lin full blindly into
their not and waa plucked without re
in otse, and tho tiite remark
that pi'itici makes strange
bedf"llows was very painfully
i hit t rat-d in tbe vicinity cf the hear
stand, away from the duncsia aud the
softening inthmice of the white robed
bslk'8 who reigned there. Man who
ordir.aiily are icpnrated by miles of
toclal dispatitf in t oa couimon
giound, and would clink glasses in a
spirit ol as-timed good fellowship and
pledga each o'her's health with an
air of sincerity that waa not in
all cases successfully assumed.
However, this " fine work " did
not in any way mar the perfect fccliug
of go:d fellowship that prevailed gen
eially, and in no way interfered with
the thorough enj yincnt of all who
were presrmt li is pleasant to an
noucce that the home rule fund will
be enriched to tbe amount of $750
a'tcr all thi returns of last n'ght'a
picnic are lo,
"i KN 1'hANK P. MOUKIIKAP CAtlie Up
from Now Oilenna to attend the pic
nic and to testify his love for tbe land
of his birth.
Miss Bui.iia Honiiu was voted cake
ai tho most popular young lady pres
ent. She received -'80 votes against
2ti5 for the next highest candidate.
"Yki.i.owbton Kit," who holds a
large audience enthralled on the bind
every night, gave for home rule
for Ireland laat night "Kit" believes
in homo rule, and he has faith in the
intimate success of tho Irish people,
A mono the prominent gentlemen
present wore: Judge J. M. Ureer, J,
M. Ktaling, Col. James 1'helan, Fred
B.eunan, Col. II. M. Doak, P.M.
Winters, Kichatd A. Odium, P. Mc
Catbleii, J. J. Shea, J. J. Dully, M.
(iavin, John K. Spoad, Mattin Kelly,.
MaitinC'hon, James Drgnan, Pop
Cannon, lohn Powell, D. T. Flaunery,
W. 11. Bingham. T. F. Dutlin, Morgan
J. Keby, P. J. Quigley, A. M. Lain, i
I....I. 1f. A 1; ...... W C l.'lln..ln
linill AII'lllllW At llnil. . u. MU,
Stephen Fitzgerald, S. D. Weakley and ;
Cji- Baknkv Hi'Oiiks was booked
f ir a Bpeech, bu'. before leaving home
made a tiraUko that rendered an in
definite POBtiioneinent neciesiry. It
seems that bn had the speech all
written up and laid away in a drawer,
but ia hia hurry to reach the
nft'k he not hold of
i he wrong manuscript, and instead of
taking tha homo rule speech, he car
ried oil hia famous lecture on "Mules."
When the Colonel discovered his mis
take he ofli red to d-livcr the mule
lecture, but tbe oinuiiltoo would not
co i sol t to it, and thus was the public
deprived of one of tha wittiest and
mo t eloonent orations ever delivered
on tho subject of home rule, about
which Col. Hughes can talk very en
Clohino nricea of Atnrust ostions at
Chicsiro ventorday : Pork, (!) iK) ; lard,
fftiiii: rlnar rib aides. (filtO: corn.
3!ijcj wheat, 7lio; oate, IWlc.
S. A. Minus. Warsaw. Riiesia; N.
Strauband J. O. Bagwell, Helena; H.
Herein, Germany; Hairy Benedict
and LouiB Buchler, New Orleans,
were visitors at the exchange yester
Tim Mn:'hf stpr Guardian, in its
commercial aiticlc, tays: 'lbe market
is d sanpointing to selleis The deal-
inir.1 ara liulif. .anurblllv In thn India
e w -r---, - -- ----- -
Htid China do,ja' tinouls, wluio tl.e of
fers that were refused 'as' week have
e: her been wilhrrawn or reduced,
liiiyers in the other d-tia-tmenta are
not ilir posed to pay full rates. Still
tbeie is no eign of weakneas anywhere.
The continued weakness in exchanges
eiU'agfS attention. There is no hope
that rat s will rally untd the close of
t'.e mtrisoon, two mouths hence,
There is a belief that the decline ia
due la'goly t ellorts in Manchester to
export gixiJs to India and China and
secure forward engagements of ex
change for the piirpost of li.v.Dg rates
on orders for go ids not yet snipped.
The trade in exp .rt yarns has not im-
roved. There is a email tirscel--aneous
bnsinesi at et'ady prices.
They Arei Not Horrjl
There is one thing nobody ever re
grefs that is, tbe day they firtt adopti
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular faro,
ily medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, art
needed in a great majority of case.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom na.
c asMovan bv th oas or cocoasisi.
And it stimulates and promote th
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoriag F.t' ractt ara th