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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 18S6.
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I Cf aral nward will ba paid for them at
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XX of (
ENRY OR MICHAEL MILLER 8om
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i t ratumina to Cincinnati wiM inharlt orop-
t from a ralalira lately dareaaed. Ad
uKUl WM. WHITE.
n 233 Walnnt rrraat, Cincinnati, 0.
CISTERNS Built and repaired mod war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
tend Cement Pump. Contractor and hriok
layer. Telephone fe. TH08, CUBBINS.
STRAYED OR STOLES.
MULES A mouse-colored mare mule,
abont fourteen year old; lame in her
left hind hip; and lorrel mare mule,
about aixteeo yean old; a wound in eaoh
shoulder, fresh tsar on both leg' inaide;
Jarre ridge above the left hind hoof.
1 will pay a liberal reward on their delir
iry to me.
I KHODA TURNER.
J No. m Market 'treat.
RED COW On Friday, July loth, one
LV red eow, with brind'e and white apota ;
on rope halter. Will pay five dollara re
gard for her return t"
E. C. WALLER,
corner Dnnlap at. and old Raleigh road.
BAY MARE MULE From C. P. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
I about eight yeara old, filteen hands high;
I mane recently trimmed. Bring to P. A.
Jonea A Co.'a ("turtle and be rewarded.
-8T0KY BRICK DWELLISGUOUSE
No. 85 Exhance street. Inquire at
HIRSCU A BKO -AUKR, J Muin it.
FRIEDMAN. 408 Front street. Days
full v lue f ir Sfei.nd-hand Clothing.
DOd A Inrpe black Newfoundland bitch.
The finder will he rewarded by return
ing her to No. Kxchnnee utroet.
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
00MS AND BOAHD Nwly furnished
room, With boa' Qe at 4H Market street.
0WV1S With or without board: terms
reanonahle. 110 MADISON BT.
ET300M3 AND BOARD Desirable rooms
SX and hoard at 72 Madison street.
UT500M8 One large front room with bal-
;XV cony and one large back room with
j larg. uressing-rcom, anu ciners as gooo aa
can be tound in the city.
75 UNION ST.
OOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at lit) Court street.
OARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS BTKHKT.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or nnfurnlehed,
with or without board, at 137 Madison St.
i rpWO large nnfurnished rooms, with or
J Jl without board, at 69 Madison street, cor
ner l Bird.
LITE OF ROOMS On first floor.
At fW5 Bneltiy street.
1 TTUJRKISHKD ROoMS-Without board.
1 J? 58 AIMMS 6TKEKT.
COTTAGE Thre or six rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, corner Fifth and Green
law, Chelsea, on blue street car lino. In-
JXpURNISHED R00MS-At5fl Mon:
J onesq uare frum Peabody Hotel.
rro ADAMB oTKKKT One room on
ground floor 22x45, suitable lor office
HOUBE Of seven rooms.
Apply at 217 Madison street.
)IAN"B, Orcans, Guitars, Banjos and
Violins, at) stslo" and ericos.
HOI CK'f. 3MI Alain street.
OAO LAVDERDALK ST.; six rooms,
OrtO gard n and extern.
Catholic Orphan Aoyhnn, llcn'y avenue.
Mrs. White' bnuso, boa l o! Front street.
11 Jeppauiin?, nc;ir Laudordalo.
4(18 Vance, 8 rooms.
Barney Arms'rong place, Fort Pickering, 4
21 Muin sired. Hull, over Floyd's.
275 I'opbir street, ne;ir Hi(h.
40 Ihuviey, near Votlar: prt InrniFlied.
Cottages at Komi Stn., L. He :s . It. 11., Or .ill's.
Cottage at Cnliicrville, Tcnn., Dr. Wobb.
IYA Lind'.-n, 9 rnoitis.
Vorv nire cot.fn.ire o' Rindidph rd. Chelsea.
tvS Moshy, neur Atabum i.
; 419 lleroaniio, rents (15, or lor sale, 81500,
i 37 De-oto, n?nr T7nion.
fi 113 Hill street, near Alabama.
u AlcCall street thud west of Sholby.
: Store 318 Front street, near Union.
W. A. M'HKATLEY.
NICE COTTAGE Throe rooms, on Col
lege street, near south gate Flmwood.
Apply at 36 Union st. ' JOS. LESOW.
OOMS With privilege ol cooking stove,
at No. 2U Linden street.
"DOOMS A suit of rooms In Masonic Tem-
J-M pie. Apply to una f. rttiuK.
OlTSK318 Poiilar street and 136 Ala-
i -a i : r
Ji UN hEKD, 320 Poplar St.
ROOMS Furnished, ringle or en suite, at
138 Madison st. References required.
STOREHOUSE No. 9 Union street, with
new ootton-room, t0x35 icet.
RESIDENCE For three or s'z months,
my renidence in the city of Fort bm'th.
Ark., with or without furnitnrA. Brifl
E-i' house with ten rooms, in thr most desirable
part of the city iood well of water and
hydrant in the yard: house furnished with
gas; near stree'-car line; every convenience
ot a Home. Address
K. D. nnALn,
Fort Smith, Ark.
ARM HAND Apply at
l)r. .lermann s, 222 becond st.
00D WHITE GIPL-References re
quired. Apply at lbl Beonnd street.
TWO GOOD HOR8E-SHOER8-AI TJ0. 36
Washington street FRED WE1NER.
1 Anfl IBS- FEATHERS Hivhest oash
JUV;VJ pr.ee paid by UADAY, Memphis.
EVERY BOD V -To call and see the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
Street, pear Poplar.
I ADi AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'
? XJ New ' Tilter "a I'llUr, Bustle, Hoop-
kirtand Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt lanndried. Adjusta
ble to anvsiio. Ve y fashionaole, and sella
for $2 to every well-aressed 1 dy as soon aa
ihown. Agents double their money, Al o,
a lull line of new (nrnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. II.
CAMPBELL, k CO., No. 484 West Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
I AN ACTIVE LOCAL AGES 1-H hi i- ac
( Jrx. auainted with-the Stove n 1 lli,r(iniira
r j Trado, to fell Mica, wbolemlo and rctiil;
t. liborat commission paid. Address
M S Orrm HiiiRa A Co.. im P-aH sr.. N.Y.
y rio BUY For cah. a co".iv h. o ., flVnor
W -a- s i rroms Aildrfas C4SU. this .nfici.
V T RtiNERS At Memphis bieiu Lunury,
5 I 221 Sec'ind street.
TO WHRK Mornira- nn l even! -r tor .
w i: It ; . ,.h; ..
SITUATION As salCMn n or i,-.-U r in sro
cery: will nianutacure fl Vv,ring er-rncts
and wash blue. Aiidr-s" rl, tlilii office.
HUUSB With six to eicht rooms.
Add'esi. 177 I'nion ?trcct.
EVERYBODY To spend th. sumtrer at
Grayson Spring , Ky. or catal. g.ies
and particulars call at ticket office of i hes i
peake and Chio route, undo- Peahody Hotel.
ITUATI0N By a white woman as ook.
K iw.,ints nnice.
EVERYB0OY TO KNOW Thit I will
KILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty da j s f or II 60.
243 Main sreet.
) A N EXPERIENCED COTTON MAN
;il Couuoiliag good European correspond
ence, fur a PARTNER; all Eastern and
Southern oonneetionf ssade; business East
past season ten thousand tales; location best
town In Mississippi, Relerences required
.and given. Address S. B. S.,
care Hermitage Ulnb Nashville, Tenn.
SALESMEN In ei-crr State In the n. ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Spboialtikh thatare popular and eaav sell-
, Ing. Can be handled alone or In conneoti. n
with other goods. Address TUB WM. B.
VPIOF MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
LD GOLD A P1LVKR Forcash or ex
change. MULKORD, Jeweler, 294 Ma. n
Gil AflfJ SALARY TO AGENTS Ad
UU dress at onoe. DR. SCOTT'S
ELECTRIG GOODS, 642 Broadway, New
; irk. The only gen nine.
This powder never Tirios. A marvel ol
purity, strength and wholomeness. More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition wUh the
multitude of low test, short weight aluir or
phosphate powders. So'4 only wcant. Roiai
lttvn Pnnr. On.. 1Q W.ll W..V,,y.
O B' I' ERSand Knsines in good order. Kid
tl all kinds second-hand machinery, i.-, s.
GABaY's, A'lft a' d ' mn. IMerch't. Metr. his
AT A BARGAIN My le idenoe ir tho
town ol Bartlet', suitable for a pi ai
cian. Address DR. '10CHRAN,
C100D HORSE-For light work. Imuire
I olJohn Kanncdy, at Brown A Jo: ss's
stable, on Monroe extended. Cheap.
1NE BRICK REIDENF On B tie,
between iiauaoruuio anc iveiiingti .
J, jvi. Kt.aVAni,
32 North Court stree .
PORTABLh! Engine and Corn Uristn 11,
111 h'irse power; No. 1 order; cheap
THOS DELANY, 124 Front St., Memp is.
SECOND-HAND ROCKAWAY Bru i'i
make; al ost good as new; voryche-p,
at Woods & Swoope's.
Of -60xlt'57eot Cheap florth side Rl d
isnn, ha'f a square eastol Laudordne.
Graded. Apply to
S. AV . GARRISON, 2S7 Main stree ,
CKiNFECTIONKlU'-We I established," on
J a paying basis. Other business to liok
after. Inquire of ...,.
JORDAN Jt tUi im Mam si.
TRANSFER BOAT As she lies at Lit Jo
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat II AROiiD
B., 115 feet long long, 26 feet wide, 8 t ot
hold; good engine and fire-box boiler; cm
be altered into a ferryboat at small cost; is
in good condition, and will be sold chem.
Apply to Little Rock and Fort Smith K. V.
Co., Little Hock, Ark.
No. 5430, R. D, Chancery Court of Shelby
county- btate of Tennessee vs. Johanna
Mahoney et al.
BY virtue of an Intorloeutory decree for
saie entered in tu above oause on the
Mm day of January. 18.. M. B. 51. page
I will se I at puhli l auction, to the bish-
est bidder, in tront oi t ne uicru ana master s
office, courthouse o, kuelby county, Mam
phis, Torn., on
NHtnrtlHy, Viiu'tiit SI, 13K6,
within legal hours, tho following describ. 1
propot ty, situated in tehelby county, Tenn.,
Est hnlf of lot SI, country lot 4!fl fron
Im 'AW li-i. on tho S"Uth si.le o' MadiMin fct.
'210 t,-f!t nest (,f uMrfins "street, by a depth of
HIJj feet Si Id as properly ol Johanna Ma
honcv and nth rs.
l-art ot lot 4:t, block 57, fronting 37 Icet on
the wen sido ot Orleans Bircrt ti;i tcct north
of Lin-'en street by a dop'h of 33 loot. Sold
1 s property ul the li.ufl City If. and L. As
sociation. liot 5, b;ock f,l, frontinsSS for.t on the east
si Ic cf Hutu Mrcot 4,'rl I'cvt south of Vance
stnet by a dnptli f 107! Icet. Sold ns prop
eny of Samuel J. Scruggs, AtiuUr Parker
an J otliers.
Lot 11, ol Jonrs subdivision of lots 32 and
33 Dunn's tract, f ontinir) feot on tho north
side of .Spr.np street 15u i ot east of Prow n
street by a depth on t!io west l:ne of 2-0 feet
and 11 tho oast lino of 193 foot. Sdd us
property of .losepirnu and Jnhn Kolly.
Part 01 bio -k 31, Dunn's subdivision, fi ont
ing 10 Icet on the cast 1 ido ot .Manassas strret
lli loot noith ot Dullose avenuo by a depth
ofiki 'cel. Sold at property ot Robt. Tally
an 't others.
Part bl ck 5, Dunn's subdivision. frontin
351eetonthe wost side ol Walnut street 2o!l
toet south . f the Memphis and Charles on
Railroad and running bac 151 feet in depth.
Sold as pr pert,' of Joseph Williams.
Pnrt of country lot 403, beginning on the
south sine of Pigeonroost road or Charleston
avenue 40 teet from the northeast corner of
lut5 II rdaway's subdivision S 32 W 92 leot
M Court s'reet: thenco S 80 J E 50 feet;
thonee " 32c K 54 feet to the Plgeonroost road,
rorlh.290 W SOiocttotne begiuning. Sold as
th' property ' t 11. O'Neil.
Part of lot 45, country lot 513, fronting 118
feeton the westside of Jot.es avenue north
wost corner of a 22-feot alley north of Brad
lord street, 8th ward, by a depth of 2o3 feet.
Sold as the property ot Michael Fittgibbon.
Part of lot 6, WinchestT division, front
lng25foeton ineS'Uih side of Bass avenue
200 teet west n Dunlan street, 8th ward, by
a opth of 210 feet. Sold as the property
of W. F. Bwsluy.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
note bearing interest, wiih security, re
quired; lien ratained; redemption barred.
This July 20, 1-Wt.
S 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Br B. F Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
F.H.AC. W.Hai kell. Solicitors,
No. 5132., R.D. Chmoery Court of Shelby
county State of Tenneisee vs. J. E. liigo
low et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above ;auseon tht
4th day of January, lKKo, M. B. 51. pate 1, I
will sell, at public auction, to the h ghost
bidder, In front of the Clerk and Master'i
office, courthouse of Shelby couuty, Mem
phis, Tennessee, on
Mamrday, AaarOHt Jl, 1886,
within logal hou's, the following described
property, situated in bhslby county. Ten
Lot 14, block 28. fronting CO feet on the
north side of Broadway, northeast oorner of
alley east ot Sixth street.
Lot 20, block 29, fronting 45 feet on the east
fid. 01 tjixth street, 90 f-el north of Alabama
street, 10. ti ward, by a depth of 137H feet,
told as property of E. F. Cooney and II. E.
Lot 28, block 11, fronting 25 feet on the
routh side of Broadway street, southeast
corner of alley east of Second street, 10th
ward, bv a depth ot 170 feet
Lot 29, block 11, fronting 25 feot on the
south side cf Broadway ttreet tadjoining lot
2s). by n dep'h of TO ei.
Lot 9, J. M. Tate's mb lirls'on, fronting 53
fei'.t on the wst side f Uilkar-on streot,
northwes- cornir ol G -orsi t stroot, by a
depth of 155 'eel. Sold as property of Jane
Lo 25, Polk's subdiviioi, 50 feet front on
the south side ot Georgia st'eet. 50 foe' west
of McKinley street, by a depth of 170 teet.
L ds 60 and 51, block 1, A. Wrichl's su' di
vi-lon, fronting 00 feeton the s nit . side of
Georgia street, 90 'eet west ol Wright's ave
nue, by f57! feet deep.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retail. ed; redemption barred.
This Juiv 10, 1H.
S. I. MrDOWELL, C erkand Master.
By II K Coleman, Deputy O. and M.
F. II. A C. W. ILiskell Solicitors.
A Prominent Farmer Write t
RnnggT Btatiok, Jones county, Oa , June
20, ISM-By the recommendation of the Rev.
C 0. Davis, I used Dr. Mosley's Lemon
Elixir for indigestion, debility and nervous
prostration, having been a great suAVer for
years, and tried all known remedies for
there diseases, all of which failed, rive bot
tles of Lemon Eli air made a new man of me
and rrstored my strength and energy so that
lean attend to my larm with all ease and
ootntort Refer any one to me.
Your friend, WM. B EMERSON.
From Promluent Lady.
I have not been able in two yeare to walk
or stand without sntTerins great pain. Sinoa
taking Dr. Mosley's Lemon Elixir I can
walk half a mile without toe least inconven
ience. MRS. R. U. BL0 JDWORTU,
Sold bv druggists. 50 cents and II Ml per
bottle. Prepared by H. Motley, M.D., At
SOU OF TOE THINGS THE AIR
IS FULL OF.
HaYici' TIrorong Denial Chl's Sar
tAtut The German Element
The General Sweep.
An ApptAL reporter yeUordny mt
an old schoriloia'e of Mr. George B.
Pelvis, the Dcraccratic candidate for
Attorney General, and a-ked biiu bow
be thought Mr. Peteis would ran.
"He will lead the t eke," replied
tbe grntlemin, "And will make cne of
the best officials' Shelby Coarty ever
had. He is personally very popular,
and will secure a latg) vole which
would be loet to the party otherwise.
He is well educated, and will receive
tbe hearty support 1 f the bar of the
county, who Lave the utmost con
fidence in his ability. His record is
without a blemish, in fact, and noth
ing can be cried agai.' si him is a man
or a lawyer, and there is nothing ti
keep him from polling the full
strength of his own party, as well ns a
very large number of o lit-rd who will
go for Lira because be is the best man
before the people for the place."
"What will be Mr. Pfttra's policy
when he takes charge of tho office '.
remarked tbe reporter. 'There is
some talk that he will run things with
an iron hand."
''I will ttive y.m my views plainly on
that sjbjfct, ami, as a frifnd of Mr
Peters, 1 think I may stifak by tho
card. Even as a be y, George Peer
was noted for bis fairness and love of
jutici, and ai a man this has boon
one cf bis mcst Bt iking character!'
ties. I thilik, in fret 1 auow, that ho
will entire the lew fairly, horeitly
and lmpaitiallv, without fear or favor,
for the protection of the whole people,
aad not as a hardship on anyons c)n
or itttares. Mr.j Peters is a maa of
ltheial and prcgreesive views and
ideas and fully undeistands the duties
and reeponsihilit es of tbe important
office t) which be aspires. At tho
same time I don't believe he fee's
called upon to act as a detective or an
informer, and fr im my know ede of
the man I know he will not do it.
Now, don't misunderstand or miequote
me. I speak as I do not only because
I am a friend of Mr. Peteis, but as a
matter of justice to him as a man and
a citizen. And, fuitbermore, what 1
bave slid wil be indoreed by eveiy
man who knows George B.Pettra, and
they will emphasize this indorsement
at the polls."
Thr Democratic Executive Commit
tee will meet every day this week.
They are determined to make up iu
red tntness what L lacked in time.
Thb lit'le heart burning! which
were a natural result of the great con
vention, have nearly all' pawd away,
and the beginning of another week
will find the par.y pulling with a
Tub Kepubiicnns have established
their bendipiarterd in a mom in the
o:d C.ty Hail, which has windows
opening 011 (Ji n er ell y. A crowd of
darhifs filled tho rooms j'cttorday,
rne of tun white bosses ouaiornliv
lo king in to t'ivo ihe exhorte'S a cue.
"Mr. Utii, is popu'nr with l.n co'in
ttymen," said a leeding Griiifu yT
tri.'ny, "and tho innj lit' o'. tiscm
would probab'y vote for him if he
wi re the requ'ar noxine!) of a j.nly.
In jio evert conld be cany tho u nil,
end il lis slinuld run ou hii ind -p nd
ent ticket nobxly wou'd v:s'e any
s nn :'h ujton him."
TiiKtu: an var ous rumirs i ol f in nir
about iho Rji'iiblican nomir.ee, 8. II.
Hiyn s Oni" report is that a short time
eg ) be rflercd t get oil this trac and
give w y t.) s ins one eJso for S,"fl0, an-itht-r
tl at bo was off Tad $-'500 cash
down and ilec'i;ied,9 third tha-one ll'ort
is being made to raie the $5000 he de
mands, and still sii'.ther that no off er
Ins heen undo aid that hi says he
would not quit f ,r $-100,000.
Tns r 'port tht Mr. Dan Sdiloss,
the Dotm cr.tic nominee for Cl rk cf
the Oirciit Court cannot command
the vottsof (Jurmans has been indus
trious y circulated but it is utterly fal
lacious A large number of Germans
from varic us walks of life wera ques
tioned ye;ter.lay and they all agreed
that he would be given an enibuei
es'ic support. He belongs to a lare
number of Bociet ei and is pFrhaps
be ter known among all c'nwes tan
any other Gsiman in the city.
Tukrb is not a single rame on the
Di-mtcrjtic t cket to which any good
mon, Republican or Democrat, caa ob
ject. On ttie contrary, every one of
them, without exception, are en'itled
to the confidence end respect of tbe
community at large, irrespective of
pa-ty. Msn for msn, they are better
than the Republican nominees. Tbe
Repub'iran ticket, on tbe contrary, is
full of flaws. There ja Haynes to be
gin with, then two ignorant neg-oes,
bith filled to the lips with racs preju
dices. The importance of tbe election
which takes place August 5th next is
largely doe to the fact that the jadges
are to be elected for eight yeara each,
tbe Attorney General for a almi'ar
period, the clerks ol courts and the
R giftfr for four yean. Tbe Ttustes
and Kh-r;tf are for two years. School
Direct rs and Con'tahiei are also to be
chosen in nearly all tl e civil districts.
Any man who fa Is Ic take an active
intwet will havi no rgbt to complain
if bad men are e'ecttd
Mr Gkoiigb J. Cajihbsll, who was
eleciel O erk of the .Stoood Circuit
(Joint, and lias bee 1 di-pnty cf the
Fin-t Circuit. Court ei 'e h e office wes
abandoned by i'e i.eirifln'u e, and
who was defea d t.r h nomina'io.i
last Thu'sli y, is iei rt rt to be in a
vry pre arions etkte ' h itlth. Ha
has been g-adu 1 y Mtling for pome
lime p st, ad was n t prtsnt when
(be (OQvn&tion was in tofsion. He
wert to Uivondon ti; ring?, Atk., sev
eral wi-eks ago, but as not benffitad
by his trip, and hm uet returned
Mr. Jos. Ubl, whot s name appears
ot the si Called Ind pendent ticket
f sa carjd'date for Cle k of the County
Court, pti'sues the er n tenor of his
way, and takes no t ouble either to
contirm or di-ny any of the iepot
which areeir ula'ed about him. He
was tjtin t hrd Rt wo;k over his deik
yesterJay evening, . nd loiked np
with 1 smile on bis facs when tho In
dependent ticket was mentioned. "I
think It will dwindle down to a one
mm af air before the thing la over,"
he saii. "Nobody consulta me. I
doa't know anything about that or
any other ticket, except what I bear
on the street "
Thb ttost of tbe leading labor trou
bles sinte the outbreak of tbe list
s rike on tbe Southwestern railways is
etttmatec at 150,000,000.
Advice bom Havana report (hat
in conseiiuenne of tte change of
fashion from dark to light colored ci
gars much tobacco is beiog gathered
before maturity in order to supply tbe
demand. The cnnBeqaence la stated
by the Havana Weekly Rrport, to be
Ihe making cf a crop deficient in tbe
qua' i ties which go to make good
cigar. The trouble seems to be in tbe
inability of tbe planters to enre their
tibacco sufficiently light to satisfy the
Under date of June 20, 18S6. tbe
Manchester correspondent of Brad
ttrtvt't writes: "The stock takings to
day cf a dozen Oldham cottcn spin
ning mills show losses in ten of them,
while gains are reported in two. As
things etand jest at the close of tbe
half year the average is no better than
previously reported. The supply ap
pears to be too great for consumption.
Still no movement is heard of in short
time. The mills are a'l working at
full stretch, producing as much yarn
as possible. The cmsumptjoo of cit
ton, it may be remarked, is greater
now in England than nt any period in
the history of the cotton industry."
Tragic iscatli of ('apt. Weir, or the
NkwYoiik, July 20. (lapt. Gulian
Verplanck W eir, commanding battery
M, Fit h Artillery, at Fott Hamilton,
committed suicide Sunday evening by
shooting hitnsslf thiougb the beat.
The circumstances of tbe trjg dyare
peculiar!) fad. Cnpt. Weir returned
from a week's tour o! ;!::: at Cried
moor Saturday afternoon. His entire
family, consihting of a wife and four
dauntit n and Bona, were at the wb uf
tn meet him. Bafora his departure be
had complained of a serious bronchial
r hVeti .n, hut as he on his retu-n af
fectionately erett. d each of his
loved ones ho assured them that
his health was much bottpr, ond
Hiat be was eure be hid conquer?!
t'led'H'ape. The Captain sleps well
during Sattrday night, and arose ap
parently refreshed. The morning was
parsed reading newppape'S and chat
ting with tbe members of bis family.
Thioughout the day it was noticed
that hs appeared unusually gay.
Never had he eeemd so witty or
shown more affection. Immediately
a'ter dinner, which was concluded
about7::;0 o'clock, the Caplain sud
denly hurried to his bedtoom. He
bad been gona but a momonr, when
his litt'e daugbt r, Annie, followed
him to get a match. She was astm
ished to find her father preparing to
"Why, papa," she a-ked, "you are
not going 10 bed ye', sre you?''
"Never mind, doar," ws tbe lather
nervous response. "What do you
"Oh, I only wanted a match," lisped
the little one, having procur.-d which
she burr.ed below Bta'cely bad she
reached the lower fbor, when the
family were star.hd by the round of a
gun from above. Mis. Weir, fo'lowed
by two of her daughters, rushed up
stairs. They fautd the door of tho
Captain's rooi licked. PiSimr
around to another room a door was
On ent'-ring the chamber they paw
tlio hu-bund and father stretched upo 1
Ihe bed, undre s d with 1I11 excopticu
of a stuckin.Jt rn the rig' t foot. B o ut
wf s streaming fiom n:i it;ly wound iu
the teg oa of tho hear.'. Up in tho
Hoar my a forty live c ilib tr , r ng'ieM
lille, with the bi rr-l tmi ty and the
1 ainmcr d w". The enp niu w s
groauirg mid p;'.ppt!'g fir bica'li.
Throwi.ig heri-tdf nj on tht body of
her husband, Mis. Wcr btpgd some
niio to iiofor ac'octor. Satgeon II r.t
hoff, of the pnr.i"oi, wai speedily
-umiiHiufd, but bede bis ariival
Cap'. Weir was dead. The i:ews of
tie tttiiii'dy s.'0ad qni.tkly. fSoa
tho residence, which stands only
a few yards frrm tin bar
racVe, was crowd- d by Gibers
and fri mls. Col. lltuniltin, tho com
mander of the fart, rave diraclioES as
to the disposition of tin body, and
then he and Judge Church sou 'ht to
discover the came. They concluded
that it was a caso of suiclda du ing a
m -ment of temporary aberration. It
bad been noticed for sevoral months
not only in the Captsio's family, but
by bis superiors end subo dino'es in
tbe pari'ison that li s difeass caused
him to appear flighty st time. On
examina'ion of the anrronndings it
was found that tbe derd bad beon
committed in themostdeliberate man-no"-.
Kach girment the Cap'ain wore
bad been carefully put aside, and
in the pUces in which he had been
sccui timed ti put thorn before
retiring Apparently he had seated
himself in a rocking cha'r, taken off
the shoe of the right foot, presred tbe
muzz'e of, the weapon to his heart
and pressed tho trigger with bis toe.
The blood stairs on the carpet indi
cated that after committing the deed
the Can'ain attempted to unlcck the
door. Failing in doing this on ac
count of weakness, he dragged him
self ti the bed and threw himself on
it to die. The only message left by
the Captain wbs on a littlo piece of
paper, wh:cb wai found on the dress
ing esse. It read thns:
"My Darung Ilsve some of the
officials certify to tbe sign 1 tare in ray
will. Lovingly, Youb HrjeiurtD."
There was a universal mourning
among the officers and men stationed
at the fort. Mo one felt the lots of
Capt. Weir more than Col. Hamilton
himeelf. "He was the pride of the
regiment," said th Colonel to a re
cover of the World. He was tbe
peer of any officer in the aervico, brave
aa a lion, a polbhed gentleman and a
strict, but just disciplinarian. He was
a model commander indeed. He was
a most loving husband and father.
There cmld be no othor csuse for this
terrible deed thai tempo'ary insanity.
No man bad les reason to die nor
mora reason to live."
Matt'o K. Lawrence to Ramnol
Ilirsch, trustee (o secure tho Memphis
Building and Ravings Asoc'tion in
tbe sum of $100, lot 5, block 10, west
side Louisiana avenuo, Fort Pickering,
Meredith Ya'es to Mattie K. Law
rnie, tame property as aboye, for
MoHmeot to Uen. H. B. Forrral.
At a meeting recently held in Mem
phis, Tenn., it was resolved that a cull
be made on all ex Confederates, and
all thoe wbo feel in acord with the
movement, to contribute of their mite
to the building of a monumeut to be
erected to the memory of our late
chieftain and commander, Gen. N. B.
Forrest. All who wish to subscribe
and have tbeir names emblazoned on
the scroll of memory, will pleats call
on. or correspond with, W. W. School
field, treasurer, of Memphis, Tenn.
Let us pat our shonlderj ti the wheel,
and iticcees will soon crown our ef
forts. All papers friendly to this cause
will please publish tbe shovo.
W. F. T Y't.OK,
J. F. SMITH,
H. V. KAMIlAtlT,
M. O. )U.1. 4-WAY,
K. J. BLACK.
BILL -ASD BAT.
A DRAWS G IXE BETWEEN HEM
PHIS ASD S1VANAIL
Nashville aad Atlanta Defeat Their
Respective Opponents (lames
Rain prevented Memphis f'Ou scor
ing a victory over Pimnnah yesterday,
the gme being ca led at ttie end of
the fifth inning, the ecoro stand
ing 0 to 0. lb opposing bat
teries were Sheve and Arnn
drl and 0'L;ry and Brougbton.
Our readers will be pleased
to learn that O Lea'y played in
h's old 'orm and that only one bnt was
made off his delivery in tbe five in
nings played. On tbe other hand
bhreve was also effective, allowing
only two hits, but as one of them wen
made by Phelan it Issafe to say that the
other members of our nine would have
gauged tho Havannah pitcher's deliv
ery. Nashville defeated Chnrle.-ton in
the n'n h inning and At'nnU ag-iin
took Macon into camp, regaining ber
lead for the pennant and retirine Sa
vannah tosesond place, with Nash
ville third, Macoi faunh, Memph 8
lift 1 1 and Chariest in safe iu the rear.
MiTiii:nsf i.kkii i:.
A UimmI llanin lulerrniilpil by ltniu.
ISPKCUI. TO THE AI'PKAL.l
Savannah, G , July 20. The game
today was ulouily contested and
abounded in good plays A b ird rain
rame up at the 1 nil cf the lifth inning
Bi.ilumlo a po:-tpo'cm!it nt'ccfsary,
rieiber side luting ecor.-d. The fol
lowing is tho official score:
SAVANNAH. R. B II. P 0. A. K
Cvline, 2j 0 0 0 :l 0
Moiiaiity, r. f 0 1 0 0 0
8tiiof, 3db 0 0 12 1
Arundel, v. 0 0 r ;l 0
Miller, s. s 0 0 0 0 0
O'Dav, I. f 0 0 0 0 0
Nhreve, p 0 0 0 7 0
Fieli's, 1st b 0 0 8 0 0
Su'clitte.c.f 0 0 10 0
Total 0 1 15 15 1
HRMriUS. R. B H. P.O. A. E
Black, 1. f 0 0 0 0 0
Snoed, r. f 0 12 0 0
McSorley.Sdb 0 0 13 0
Andrews, 1st b 0 0 8 2 0
Broughton.e 0 0 3 2 0
Manning, 2d b 0 0 0 10
Shea.c. f 0 10 0 0
Phelan, s. 0 0 0 0 0
O'Leary, p 0 115 0
Total '. 0 2 15 13 0
fummary: Lsit on bases Savan
rah, 1; Memphis, 1. 8miik out
O'Leary, 3; 8'iieve, 0. IUses on called
ha'ls By O'L nry, 2. Blweve, 2.
Time of game 1 hour. Umphe
Clmrleston 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0-li
Nashvi le 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2-7
Ma in... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Atl.n'n 0 1 1 111 2 0 0 '-.'.
4'orinlh IliTenK Oliftloiin nml Slnl-
lai-rct.ii, to Tt( ArpAi..l
Com nth, Mis , July 20. Today tho
hoiiie Hum c oiscil u.tU wi lt 11 com
bination if Mill. If 11 nnd OkuriM
llavei i, nccotui nni-d by ilii ir braes
lund. It proved t lie a wa'k ov.t f.-r
Coriotb, i nd ltlii'it ;h, Okoi nil is in
the r u e f' r the ch inpi 111 bin of the
St tte. fvo'e, 18 to i, iu favor of
.'AI IOS.S I.! I.f AJI I).
Nkw York, July 20. New York, !;
Philadelphia, 2. Kirned runs New
York, 2. Twobas bitu itllt spie, 1.
Three has-i hits Com er, 1 ; Mnlvcy,
1. PaiBcd balls O'ltmrkn. Wild
iiitphes Ko'fel. Fiw b'seon balls
New York, 3; Piiiln lelphin, 2 F.nt
bam hits New York, 8; Philadel
phia, 2. Errors New York, 1 : Foil
adelphii, 2. Umpire York.
PrcTiniT, Mich., July 20 Detroit,
5; Kan-nfl City, 3. K.uued runs Do
trot, I : Kansas City, 1. Threo base
hits Conway, I. Passed balls Decker,
1. Wi'd itches Weldinan, 2. Fiist
ba e on bails OH Weldman, 5: Buld
win, 3. Firet ba 0 on errors Dettoit,
3; Kanslls C ty, 1. Struck out By
Baldwin, 8; by Weldman, L Bee
hits Detroit, 5; Kansas Cit'-, 3. Kr
rors Do'roit, 5; Kunsis Ci'y, 11.
D ubl plays Kutlford and McQ lee
ry. Umpire Harry Cliiptnan.
CmcAdo, III., July 20. Ohicagt,
20; 8 Louis, 4, Eariied runs Otii
cano, 12; St. Loui, 1. Home runs
Duulip, Dalrymple, Anson. Ran.
Three bass hi's Dabymple, William
sod, Burns, Cahill. Two bass bits
Seery, Anson, Burns, McUormick.
Ba-e on balU Ohicaro, 4; Ht. Louis,
5. First bssi on errors Chicago, 1 ;
Bt. Louis, 1. Pes oJ balls Anson, 1;
Myers, 3. Wild pitches Ryan, 1 ;
Muriihy4. Struck out St. Louis, 4;
Pjub'o playr Denny, Duulapand W.
Quinn. Bare bits Cbi"sgo, 23; Ht.
Louis, 7. E'rori Chicag), 8; St.
Louia 8. Umpire Cooneily.
PniLADBi.puiA, Pa., Julv 20 Ath
letics, 13 ; Cincinnati, 0. Earned runs
Athletics, 7; O ncinna'.i, 4. Two
bae hits O'B'len, Larkin, Kobinson,
Stnvey and McPuee, 1 each. Three
base hits Larkin, S ovey, Kobinron,
Colean, Bierbauer, and Kennelly 1
each. Paisul lulls H bins n, 1;
Snyder, 1. Will pitches- Aikii son,
.'(; Mullane, 3. Firt baie on balls
Athletics, 5; Cincinnati, 2. Firt-t base
biti Atliletics, 20; Cincinnnti, 10. Er
rirs A'.hl. ic-, 3; Oinciuuati, 5.
BALTIMeilH, Mu, Jnlv 20 Ba'ti
ni'ire, 5; P t sbnrg, 2. Eiriie I runs
Ba 1 111 ire, 2; Pi'.burg, 1 Two b hi
h't Miller, 1 ; Farrel 1. Pa Bed bills
j Miller, 1; Do'tr, 1. Wild pit h s
Ualvin, I. First, huso bits B ti
more, 5; P.' s ur, K rm-P tt'
turg, 7; B.dtimor-, 1. Umpire Val
et t ne.
Bit .OKi.Y.s N. Y . Ju'y 20 Brook
lyn, 0; LiU ji' e 2 1 11 r 0 base bi s
Wer b'k, 1; Sjlve l r, 1. Two b.sa
hits Pincki'ev, 1; l. Cle Ian, 1;
Whit-, 1. P8Hd bhllH -Peopl-s, 1;
Kerin, 1. Wi d Pit. h s-T r y, 1;
Rimsey, 1. Base en balls -Brooilyn,
4; I.outsvill", 4. F r. 1 bta bits
B-rokljn, 9; Lauiiville, 7. Umpire
Nbw Yohk, Ju'v 20 Metropolitans,
3; St. L'.irs, 1. E.rnel runs Mttro
politans, 1. First on bat's -Metropd-itans,
4 ; St. Lonis, 3. Tnree b ss hies
Orr. Two bre h ts -Lati am, 1.
Firs: bsss hi a Metropo'l'sn, 8; S
IiOuIs, 2. Errors Mctr poliUis, 2;
St. Loon, 5. Wild pitch s -Mays, 2;
Foutz, 1. Pasted bills Holbert, 2;
Bushong, 1. Umpire Keby.
Tor, lats of Augusts, has signed
Manaorr Pi bcbi.l, of Atlanta, la
quoted as savibg: "We will have that
psnnan. We are now going to play
on cur own ground and the omp re,
that does not give oa games will be
Tony Fuck, late of Augos'a, baibeen
s'gned by Chicago.
Tiikbi will be no report of the game
on the Terrace today.
Wa regret to see so respectable a
journal as the Spirting Life gve p'ace
in its co'tmiis to the f Wowing inex
cusable fabrcit:on: ''Mr. Byrne is
said ti have caught on to a little game
going on in the South. Many of the
clubs there are alleged ti be fattening
tbe avenges of some of their player
in order to dispose of (hem for a grod
price to some Norihern club." We
pronounce the above charge an un
qualified falsehood, and challinge the
Spitrting Lift io prove tbat Mr. Byrue
has been guilty of so infamous a slan
der. Wo have seen this paragraph
floating through the columns of reck
less papers and g.ven it nt at'ention,
but since the Sporting Life has adop'ed
it, we call upo a that usually fair
minded paper 10 furnish authority for
the statement above attributed to Mr.
MAM I.N TOU AT.
Mimpl.is at Savannah.
Atlaira at Mucin.
Naihvillo at Cba lohtm.
Phila.blphia a' Nt-w York.
Washing on at Bo. ton.
St. Louis al Ch'cago.
Kansas City at Dtttoit.
No American Association ga-tirs
The 4,'lilrnKO Karra.
Oiiicauo, I1.1.., July 20. ''irsf Hurt.
Ttiree-iiini't"r of A milo. H alters:
Nelli i C, M ss Cleveland. Ira K. Bride,
W threw. When they g 1 to running
they clcs.nd ui into bitnclt, Mits
Cleveland and Ira E. Biidstliowiiig iu
front. Thorn was no change f ir half a
mile, when Nellie ('. wont to the fionf,
followed by Ira E. Br d,-. Nellie O.
wai not beado.l, and won easily by a
length ; Ira E. Uriilo seond, a length
in frjet of Miss Cievelind, third.
Time 1 :2(l. Mnt tnls paid 22 10.
Srcond we Ono and one-ha 1
mile. Sarlirs: John Sullivan, Liz
zie Dwyer and Taxgjtherer. Non
siaiter: B'aconUeld. Taxgatherer
took the lead at tho atart. Ho was
never beaded and wen by t n lengths;
L'wsie Dwyer Beeiud, twenty lengtbs
in front of John Bullivan, third.
Timn 2:5(1 Muttials paid f 13 00.
Third Jiacc. Deexl stake, one mile.
Starters: Ed. Corrigan, C. and O,,
Porter Ashe, Blue Line, Solid Silvor.
Non-starters: Ds'i notion, Litltte,
King Bob. Solid Silver took the lead,
with Blue Lino secind. There was no
change to the end. Solid Silver won
e ly by s:x lengths ;BIno Liueseeond,
P. rt -r Aslio a poor third. Time
Fourth A'dir. Three quarter mile
heats. Starters: Uloanvr, Ailee,
Punka. Noo-etarlers: Untie Car
lisle. Fint faif Aileo made the running
f ir half a mile, where (leaner went t
tho fiont and won eadly by lour
L'Tiyrt lis ; Ptiuka secoml, AilH third.
Time 1 :''" MtittiHls p.-id, $7 20.
Sccmui Ikal At tho end of the fi'fll
qturter (lie 'tier went t j the fi nd, He
was nut bi adad and w n eitsily by it
litit'h; Alice sec md, Punka third.
Tinie 1 -.23 Mutual paid 15 lit).
Fifth A'n'V Hurdle, two m'les.
Stii'tnrs: Will DitviH, Chnii'irleer,
Well ng'oti, (i-'i ro McCullotinli.
Wellington led for the first mile, tlt"ii
Wi I Davis went to the front ami held
the load tn the he'd of the str to'.1,
wb1 rj Clmtiticb rr wet t to the frii.t
and won ensi'y by ttir.o lenirtbs;
Uoorge MrCiiLiiiigli eecond, Will Davis
a hntl tliir.l. Time 4:14. Mutua's
paUl $43 nil
An extra day tonicno v.
Moiituiiu III I'.irk Kir N,
Monmouth Pahk, N.J, July 10.
Firnt Han. din mile. Btnner Bear
er won by a neck, Culera second, a
b ad in front of Attorney, third. Time
Ntcoml Race. Sapling stakes, for two
year olds, three (iiartcrs of a mile.
II imvor won by a leiiRth and a half;
the Kapanga colt second, Austrian
Third Hate. Ihe Stevens stakes f.ir
three year olds, ono mile and llve
eiiibtlis. Dewdrop won by a leng h
and a half; Tim Hard second, Quito
tliird. Tim- 2:5I.
Fourth AW Handicap, for alleges;
one mile and one-eighth. Sapphire
won by a neck; Bonanza, second ;
F;iectrie, tliird. Time 1:50.
Fifth ince -Purse; one milo. Ernest
won by a neck; Adrian, second; Mies
Dal v. third. Time-1:40.
Muth A'lice-Steeplo chise: short
course. Tom Brown won by two
leng'hs; Keferee, second; Willie W.,
Db. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, Mo. 01 Monroe street.
Oriitw "HorsjSaoo" Tobacco. Boat
In the world.
P. M. Stani.by, funeral director and
embalmor, 55 Madison street.
Morbmiad'b Cantalonnes, fresh
every morning, at O Ivor Finnle & Co.
Fkbsii grapes twic a day, morning
and evening at No. 300 Main atreet.
Db. fi J. Bum, veterinary surgeon,
No. 378 Main street, at Elwards's
Clear Watkk bnt and eo'd baths,
25c, at ths Turkish Bathhouse, No.
222 Second s'reet, near Adams.
Miss Lkwsllyn Will take pupil In
elocution during ths simitcer-1)
sirte ino'hod. Cull a'. No, 69 A la ns
Thh Herbal Chill Cure, the bwt
tenia and at ti-rnriiile? I'.n 'i'n. A nnrtaln
and Mire ourn tor civil Wi II net bot
tle. Sun't niKiuia jnr clrc ;ln i Any rl
eroire (lien. Addruil Jtn C. I'urbar,
Dhh. Sim fi Nukly have bieomin -scc
ato 1 in t o prac'boof in tl rinc,
with thi ir ( Hie and r a do ch i t 1211
and 128 Hernand 1 Btrcot. Ti-lf puuiie
G.W. M11.1.KB ACe Pa'cn' Asboitos
Fire Pr.iof Ko -lew. Fo- duial i ity,
eqna'od by none. Us.d oa wo ul,
tin, iron, f.ilt md gravel racf. t5
Mad If on street.
Tiialadiea "f the Alabama Street
Prsb'terlaB, Chur h will give a lawn
pa ty onTtiU'itflay evening, July 22d,
18HU, ft.r the ben-tit of fie cbnich
mnnsc, at the resdence of Mr. J. O.
Johuron. Mu-ic and refreshments.
Admitsion, 25 cenls.
Thb shortest college code perhaps in
the world is that of Cumberland Uni
versity, at Lebam n Tenn. Semper
prwtevt, temper paralut; 'Always pres
ent, always pie, a 1 J." Mo.e than
10,000 ycu' g men have at ended iu
various tch, ols. Thi- code it a success
and so is the college.
Is the old reliable trunk mannfacturer
of the 8 mtb, w here a'l good work can
be found at low prices, and repsiring
dune without delay al Nj, 318 Main
street, opposite Peabody Hotel.
SLE WS Ri
THE SEW LISE FROM MEMPHIS
Courtney Killed at Hoxle The St.
Louis Traffic olsj Loco
lark-rut. to tii mtAL.l
Hxi.bna, Abk , Ju'y 21). Maj. Jtmes
M. Edwarde, vici president and cen
P'al manager of tie, Lo-iieville, New
Orleans and Texas railroad, accom
panied by I is erg'neer, Dr. linlhouse,
arrived in Helena yeMeulny evening
for the purro'e of pHrfecticc srrange
mente for ob'sioing right of way, etc ,
for the inline liate e instruction of the
roid troin Memphis V Helena. Maj.
Edwards met a committee of promi
nent hmvnees men at tho store o! C.
RCoolidge this forenoon, w hoe vend
ed him every courtesv in their power
to facilitate bis investigations. A spe
cial train on tbe Aikansas Midland
w is plii'-ed at bis diepoinl by the man
agement of the riv.il, and be, in
company with quite a number ot
citizens of Htbni, went out to
Poplar Orovo and r turned. It is im-t
derttood that Maj. I'dwii ds was very
inucti pleased Willi tho he-u'iful and
productive eiiuutiy. Msj. Elwards
returned tn Memrbi-i this evening by
the way of Fornst City. We ure fully
eonvinred Hint a bratcb read t
llilena would prove a h'lMi'y n
iiiiineratlvo iuves inet t for Ibis mad,
for t!it ro is no questi'-n but what a
giotlly niiinb r of ti e 10,000 biles of
cotton bundled by Helena anniiiilly
would tin over the roalto Memphis,
New Orleans and ttie Fas'. The great
aiwmiilso! this pipe 1 would ul-o prove
a latgi a.iurre of revenue to the road.
lUllroml Mna lilllrd.
I up soul to thr irrnL.I
llom, Akk, Julv 20. l.imesCotirt
nev, ali s Kvati, a Memphis man, was
killed lieie this morning by a fteigbt
tram on the Kansis Ci'y, Spriiigtie'd
and Mi iiiphiii r nd He leavee two
ihildren in Mi niiibls.
81 Tlioiianiid Slllra ol Cnra.
The combined tonnage of freight
hmiilled by the rails and waterways in
and out of St. Linls in the courie of a
year is very great, but great as it is it
is not as much by 3,(HHI,(!00tous as tho
full tralllc a'oae of the Peiinpylvnni
sy etc 111 of railways. The exhibits and
statements of the operation of the
l'eniiHylviinia for the year 1885 have
not yet been completed, but according
to the official repoit for 1884 there
wero moved in that year of wood,
coal and coko 14,000,001) tons, (iiving
each car fourteen tons, which is a
liberal estimate, there were 1,000,000
cirbiads. Allowing thirty three feet
for each cr, we have 3;t,()00,IIOO feet,
or over 0 200 niihs of loaded tars,
lliulu'lt ic cars been put into one
train and tehvt'jd to Snu Francisej
from Philadelphia to return via New
York the bead of (he. tta'n would
hiwriiichnl New York before the
rear car bad niiss' il Ih ongli Coltim-bn-i,
O., going Went
Few rn'lrnad companies can all.ird
the expentie 1 f a wa chtiiati at each
C'Oimng, end tho whistle is the best,
warnir g of Hi prune' i' ir I'miucr tlmt
lni'i 111 )o' In en devis- d. Pern ins who
live neur Ihe conn'ry Hbili nm and fre
qnoi'.tly rhbi dep nil !a g 'ly 11; im the
sound i f the dmMiit w'.ii tie to tell
them it i 'inni f r tin tn to go fnrtheir
train. Mas er mecbamis of rnilruadH
give le s attention tuui seoms t'j be
proper to the quillity of whiet'eB pro
vided for their engines. Tho usual
ideii is that if a whit tle is a whistle it
is eiumv'li. II11', while there ate many
locomotive whistles I hat are an abomi
nation, them are a few which are
really niiinicnl and pleasing The latter
are strong, lcsoiiHtit and far reaching,
yet soft in lone and p' rising tn the ear
ol those on the tin 11 a d those more
liihtniil, yet w. thin Lulling, about the
Drunimond's Natural Leaf.
Tho only genuine "Natural lA'af"
tobacco in the market; "two tin tags,
one on each end of the plug;" a mild,
elegant chow. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take nono bnt the
original "Drummond'a Natural lcaf"
Owing tu change of gauge we are now
prepared to contract for present or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced lates.
P. M. PATTKIUJON A CO.
Aililco fo MoIIh'Ih.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always bo used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
suderers at once; it produces natural.
?iiiet sleep by relieving the child
rom lain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleasant to hmto. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
U'othing or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
IS RBMOVBO BY THB VSH Of COCOABim,
And it stimulates and promote tbe .
growth of tbe hair.
Burnett' Flavoring Evlraeta r tr
ACID IRON EARTH
la nn nqurani aolutlon ol the !
uLlo manor In la mlnoral eartl
found In C hoctaw cuunlr. Alau,
neur llie lumoua llladon mlnirml
prlnga. Thlarailh hail (rvat loa
catl celobrlly aa "Hoirrra' Darth," -from
Ihe namo ol the dlacorerov
of Ihe bed or mine, now owned fey
(be Acid Iron t:arth Company, of .
For Drape pala,all dcrangtimenta
of tho Dlgeatlre Urgana and Ilia
Ilver, Nkln Dlaeaaca, C'nla, Barns.
Mcalda and Krulaea, ACID IKOII
E A 11 1 II I a apeclflo. Hheumava
tlam and other chronic dlacaaea
yield lo Ita curative power with
Intlraly (rat from Alcohol or in; drug what
aver, ACID IRON KARTH fully dasarvu ID
wordi ambraead In Its Iradamark, "NATURI'I
pWN REMEDY." lea frM ptmphlal, to be
bid or all Druggists.
At wholesale by Tea Tleel t Co;
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