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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1886.
MEMPHIS Ts. MACON,
AT CITIKESS' PAHK,
AT 4:30 P.M.,
AFTER THE CLOSISft OP THE POLLS.
Colored Iuterstate Drill,
VICKSKl KG, MISS.,
SATURDAY, AUG, 7, 1886.
Speeial Train Leaves Memphis
Friday Bight, Aug. 6, at 9:00 p.m.,
By L., N. 0. and T. B- R-. arrivin at
Vioksburff 7:15 a.m.
Sk... HOUND TRIP $4
- Ticket! eood to return until and en
Anirost 10th. .
"Bay yonr tickets at Up town Office, 311
Vain atreat. and av Id the rn'h at depot.
J. WKffl.BV HARRIS. M.n.w.
CISTERNS Bnilt and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Pert
land Cement Pomp. Contractor and brica
layer. Telephone KM. TUOB, CIIHBINS.
A FRIEDMAN, 406 Front street. rays
. full v.ilne for Seond-hand Clothing.
D0(1 A la're black Newfoundland bitch.
Tbe finder will be reward sd by return
ing her to No. 8S Rjc.hRT.ve street.
COW-On Aug. 3d one stray oow. Owoor
esn have iame by proving nreperty and
. four miles eatt of oity,
on Old Kaleith road.
SETTER Return my lemon and white tet
ter biteh " Florence," known by most
Memphis sportsmen, and missing- iince July
lath, to 40 Vanoe street, and reoe ire reward.
T. 8. DAVANT. '
STB ATE D.
MULE A black horse male; taai afreih
halter bura on right hind foot; is not
shod; was last teea on Poplar street Boule
vard coming toward town. The finder will
be rewarded by returning same to
MRS. ANNIB C. HIUBEE,
corcer Ceo per and Central avenues.
BAY MARB HOLE From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mareaiule,
about eight yean eld, filteen hands high;
nana recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jones A Co.'i stable and be rewarded.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
T)EAOTIFUL front rooms, sinile or en
JJ suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
wltnout Doira; otaer rooms, uh-iop wounst
"O08MS With or without board; terms
XV reasonable. 140 M A 1)181 M ST.
ROOMS On large front room with bal
cony and one large baok room with
' large dressing-rtotn, and tthers as good as
ean be rouna in the city.
75 UNION ST.
OOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 11 Court street.
0ABJ With excellent room.
VIA ADAMS STKKKT.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished
' with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
rr7PT ACRES OF LAND About fourteen
Zi I KJ miles northeast of toe oity of Mem
phis. Taxes paid and title coed, inquire
at ilrllCH. B M AtlbtjK WlJIthS,
corner Adams and Second streets
TT7 OODL AWN STOCK FARM- Inthestnd
V V one thoroughbred Running Uorse ; fee,
fiSU. One Irottinirliur'e; fee, flu. UneJer
aey Bull; fee, $2.60 Fob Sli SC Uorses
3 Milch Cowh. 15 head Butcher Cattle. Pea.
eocks and Newfoundland Puns. Horses on
pasture. to per month ; Texas hordes, llle per
aay. xeiopnone WBhru itv itriKi, qoz.
TjNGINK CO-Horse Power Atlas Ena-ine,
J-li with Boiler, Smoke-stack and bre' ch
ine complete; In perfect running order;
win ne soiu at a Bargain. Apply to
Q. T. BASSETT, itfiS Second st,
GIN A good K. Carter (00) saw gin in
fine running order and ready for wuik.
Price R0, Apply at Oeorge B. Metoalf's,
jiowara a now.
COMPLETB BRINTING OFFICE-
Now stored at RECORD office.
LD PAPERS-Cheap, at
Li 'v iijii ii ncrvus nunuHuure Dei-room
X1 sol nt a bargain : also, three good Milch
VTTtllBlS A 1 1 . .
TTPRIQHT PIAKO-Good afl now, chep
Addrqug K.38, Apr.". I office.
AN DELL TtkP PHAETON First-class,
nearly new, lor sale eneap, at
55 UNION STREET.
Q BOILERS and Engines in teodrcrder, an d
an ainas seeona-aana maninery, at a.
eABAY'B, A'gtandi om. Merefa't, Memphis
ATA B A SO A IK My residence in the
town ol starUett, suitable Tor. a physi
cian. Addieta DR. COCHRAN.
.TpINE BRICK RBSIDENCE On Beala,
j-- DBLween j.awieraaie ana Wellington.
J. M. TRKZBVA4JT,
. 32 North Cert street.
I" OT-60xM0 feet-Cheap North side Mad-
JL-d teon, naif asejaar aaetol Lauderdale.
vraaeu. Apply to
8. W. 8ARRIB0N. 2S7 Mi street.
HOUSEH-Oa and near Walker avenne,
on Blmwood streetcar line, fro", the
1st September, several houses, from two to
,aght rooms. In good repair.
Also, CUOLK OFFICE on seoon-d-story
eld Cotton Bxohanae, corner Madison and
xroni streeu. Apply atab union street.
TOMFORtAULE ROOMS-At 19 SieoTd
KJ 'street. Apply to Mrs. M. W. HANNAH,
en r'iwr ntrret.
-4 n O COURT STREET
ZiO Apply to T. 0. Park or P. B. Jones,
vanaerout insurance company.
URSI8HBD ROoMS-Without hoard.
fin All Mti tSTKKKT.
"OOOMS With privilege of oooking-sUye,
u-v at no. 2ULrtnuen street.
"DOOMS Comftrtable furni'hed rooms
X V at "il Court street
TPRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
moderate. Apply to
street; cotton room ana omoe; terms
OOF. McGOWAN CO.
NICE COTTAGE Of eight rooms, now
being repainted and repaired, en Wel
lington, between Beale and L'rden streU,
So. t. .1. J. Ml'RPHY.
00M8 With privilege of hath.
aw sad 4.-1! Shelby street.
0USE No. 162 Robinson street. 6 rooms.
,n ir.wu repair. ioea ci'tern water.
1 rR.-SNEltD. 310 Second st.
Or KCE-J-Tne desirable front offices on
s ".vl lluiir of ii Madison street, adjoin
ir.i U-.;r.ra j-xobapse. MENKEN i CO,
aiE CFR0OM3-On fimtfioor.
At :x enelby street.
CrURNUBED ROOMS At 66 Monresj St.,
H one square from Peabody Hotel.
OCSft-OI seven rooms.
Appt at ill maqtscn street.
PIANOS, Organs. Oaitars, Banjos and
Violins, alt styles and prices..
HOaCK'B, 389 Main Street.
OO MS At
2B POPLAR BT.
T300MS-A snitef rooms in MaoBisi Tea-
j-M pie. Awnyto pun r. rmvn.
0USBS-8U Poplar street and lag Ala-
aana street, laqnire oi
JCHN REED. O) Poplar gt.
ROOMS Parnisoed, single or en salt, at
13d MaeMurn li. References required.
OTORRn6UarK-No. l)nlon tttewt. with
ESTSKNCB For three or six months,
IV any rxiaeaee la the eity ef Fort Bmita.
Ark., with r without furniture. Brick
hoaee with tea roens. la the most oUeirahle
part of tbe eity. ttood well of waur and
bydraat in taa ward i hoaso fnratshed with
sraei street eas lint; every eeaveaiMO
, ,, ;. Fcrt Bmittii An,
parity, itronpth and holciotnenis. More
eOUIlVLUlI'af lUilU loio uiwnin gain una u
chuiiuij u auiu in ouuinuuu wuu
maltitode oi low tost, short weight 1uip
maiuiaae oi low wait sauri wvikui iaip
nhonphate powders. Hold on'y tucan. Kui
1i . n r.. iiui Welt . x: v..
TINNERS Good job aorkors.
Wtot.MWH" A KICnBERO.
ITUATI0V By a first-class Accountant.
address K. this onio.
TjlK-T-tLAS-t White Farm Uaod and
J ' Wife for a first class larni in a healthy
neighborhood. The nitn to do general farm
w,irk and his wife to cook, wash and milk :
first-class wages paid monthly, and none but
Irst-class eiperiencea pers.ns "M be re
ceive!; references required. Either Ameri
cans or foreigners will be roceived. App'y
at AO. 11 Adams street, Memphis, Tenn-. M
.Lilts '1UOKN 10.
I ADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'
1 J jNew " inter "a Tlitr, Bustle, Moop
skirt and Underskirt oombined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any site. Wy fashionable, and sells
for K to every well-dressed ludy as soon as
shown. Agents double their money. Also,
a mil line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. H.
CAMPBELL k CO., No. 444 West Randolph
street, Chicago, ill.
SALESMEN In every State In the Uf ton
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR-
I ... it AoinDuiouAaii i uaviug ivv.r.1
Spioultiis thatare popular and easy sell
log. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PP.ICF MANUFrt. CO.. BALTIMORE. M.
EVERYBODY To call and tee the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
LADIES AND YOUNG MEN To Decorate
Holiday Novelties for iaH and winter
tradei steady employment; (9.00 pir week
earned: all material furnished ; work mailed
free. Address New England Deoorative
works. ia rearl Street, Huston, Mass., r. U,
TDERMANENT SITUATION-By a No. 1
JL DooxKeeper ana uotton Man; nest ret'
erenoes. Address 0. P., this office.
riOOD WHITB GIRL-
At 16 Linden stree.
Hi A CCC ORIS000-To loan on good e
0"iVJVJV curity, rent notes or indorse
ments, or collateral. Address
P. O. BOX No. 44.
1 finn LBS. FEATHER8 Hiihest oash
LJ 'J prme paid by MAHAY, Memphis.
MEN AND WOMEN-Needing profitable
employment; t75 salary and expe sei,
Good staple. Everybody buys. Address,
with stamp, Converse Mlg. Co., 125 Quincy
IRONERS At Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 Second street.
EVERYBODY To spend th. sumu-.er at
Grayson Spring-, Ky. For catalogues
and particulars call at ticket office of Chesa-
peakg an d C bio route, under Peahody Hotel.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty dais for fl fM.
'!A6 aiam sreet.
LD GOLD A SILVfcR For oash orex
change. M V L OHI, Jeweler, W4 Ma n
Wl . KALAKY TO A I3ENTS Ad
JlUUV; dress at once, DR. SCOTT'S
ELECTHIG GOODS, K12 Broadway, New
Yorit. 1 he only aen nine
DR. D. S. JOHNSONS
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established in 1860.1
I VR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all par
ties interested as by far the most suc
cessful physician in the treatmentof private
or secret diseases, (jutek, permanent cure!
guaranteed in every ease, male or female.
Recent oases of Gonorrhea and Syphilis
cured in a f-w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance from
business, beoondary Syphilis, the last ves
tige eradicated without toe use of mercury.
Involonsary loss of semen stopped in short
time. Sufferers from impotency or loss of
sexual powers restor eto free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of a e-abuse and excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical and mental power, speedily
and permanently cured. 'Particular atten
tion paid to the Disease! of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of oaustioor the knife. All
consultations strictly onfidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all part of the
aw-Workingmea eared at half th usual
sates. Office hours from o'olook a.m. to t
o'clock p.m. D. 8. JOHNSON. M.D.
ltd' AL ESTATE.
So. 4641, R. D. Chanoery Court of Shelby
oouniy varuune mane -ei ai. vs. nana
Bain et al.: and No. 6613, R. D. John
. Loague, Adm'r, e:o., 3. C.roline Blani
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
tale entered in the above cause on the
WOj day of July. 1HH6, M. B. 64, page
104. 1 will sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in front t the Clerk and
Matter's office, courthouse of Shelby county,
Menphis, Tenn., on
NsliasMny, Aticesat JtS, IHH,
within leval hours, the tallowing de
scribed property, situated in Taxing District
of hhelby county. Tennessee, to-wit: The
one-f.iarih enilivded interast-ef Joseph Bain
in ana l toe loiiowing lots, vk i One let oi
land tKMnit part ol lot 15. block 3H begin
ning at a point 4l feet north of the north
west corner of Linden and Causey streeto;
thence loith with Cansey street 40 feet to a
stake: thence west prall with Linden
street 1 tnet to Bob Price's line; 1 hence
sou:h Dariillel TVitn iJausov street to feet to a
stako; th-ince east parallel wi Linden 1
street i: teet to vt beginning, for title to
which refe'er ce 5s rondo to deed reoord'd io
book 30, page 612, of Register's office. Also,
one lot lvi .s on the south side of Pontotoc
street, between Causey and Uernandu u!reols,
and known aa p.rt of lot 4, block 4-1, front
ing 36 feet on the south side of Petitotoo
street and riLaninr back or south between
two parallel liaes 134 teet. For t'tle of which
reference is made to deed recorded in regis
ter's office in book A4. page S63. And l"0
one other lot, which begins at a stake on the
south side o Linden street M feet east ot
Caaaeg street th.no east with Linden
stret 50 feet thence south at right aoslM
with Linden strtei 145 et ; thence west par
allel with Lindea street ISO loot: theioe
north 146 teet to the beginning. For tit e of
whioh reie'Mo is had to deed recorded in
Hesjistef s omoe book 84, page 378. Sold sub
lert 'o the ri.ht ef dawr oi defendant. Ma
ria Bain- as assigned Iter ia Um third lot
awWiTe iet ovt
Terms of SalaOne-half (HI eashi Ibal
anoe In six montnsi sols with good security
for deferred payment required; lien re
taiaed tA aaenr. earn. m.i Annlt ef a-
demption barred This A ogust S. IMS.
B. I, MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
, By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
James Gallagher, Gantt k Patterson and
Poeton A Poston, Bollcitori.
Miami Cttt Ptn as Qsnmai la, to., V
umee. i Madison street, J
llmrai.. Twww.. J.f ISM.
AT a wieeting ef the Board ot Directors
bold this day, a Cash Dividend of Fiw.
rp (. ea the eapita.1 stock of the eoes
paay was aeelared, pay.ble on dessaai.
cy oroer oi tne Hoard or DireeUrs.
M A NAP0LK0N HILL, Pretideat.
At teet i HiT J. LTg Cashier.
DR. RACHBL HOWLING, Speeial 1st la
Maternal DiMam. Ladies exaeotiag te
aesaotaan&.B k. Iwatrae kA . mmwm
paiaUas partaritiea. 04Bn, 7ii Mala st,.
rrwr Uidy's a stn. Ot&oe aoart, I to 4.
THE HOUR IT U.4XD.
THE TRIUMPH OF SHELBY C0l'.
TY DEMOCRACY' ASSURED.
Inirersal Interest Felt in the (reat
PolIUral ltiittle to Ise Foiisht
Whatever rnev be th? resolt of the
batt'e to.lay, Corooiir ColnmEn biu
done bis whole duty, mid Democtats
nd Rcpublirars alike will do him
the juitice to Fay that s: fur as it lays
in Iub power the elrction will be lair
and square. As ncariy a'.l tlie repent
ing in this county is di::e by ncgio s,
it ia aptinct the party tkat a com
plaint, if any, may just y te made.
' Jus'.ice ColeniHU was tt.e unat imous
choice ot the Kcpnblican and Demo
cratic mf.mbers of the County Cou:t
for the ollice of (Jorqner. It was not
until the asticn was takon aid his ac
ceptance was strong y urired by the
btut cilir.irs of the county tbat he
consented to eerve. Ilia business is
)ari?e and bis time exceedingly valu
able, tbe discharge of the duties of
Coroner at an important crisis irksmie
in -tne ' extieme, and it rtquiied no
small sauritlcM on his part
to accept. And having accepted,
he nnvtd with tho ntnioat caution.
Hie deputies wore carefully selected,
and in no case were they allowed to
take possesion of the poll books and
tilly sheets until the? took the
oatu accord ins, ti law, the result U
that both parties are sitiefied, and
each will (to into the fit; lit with a feel
ii g cf 4'onlldrnceihat tlie chcicBof the
people will be officially declared by
him when the rotes are all counted.
Ue hat conscientiously abstained from
paitlci cation ia the canvas", devoting
bis whole time to the careful perform
ance of the dnties of his office. Tne
remainder muit be done by the peo
ple. In ordnr that every cit'zsn who faels
the least interest may not have an ex
cute for failing to vote and this is
broad enough to cover them all the
boundary of each ward and the loca
tion of the polls is given. The pol's
in the city will be open from 9 to 4
Fir Ward Place of holding elec
tion, corner Main and Jackson streets.
Boundary of Ward-Oa the north and
east by Bayou Oayosi, west by the
river and south by the fiiet alley couth
of Market street. Deputy Coroner
Second H'artf. Place of holding elec
tion, Courthouse. Boundary of Ward
On the north by the first alley south
of Market street, eust by Bjyou OayoEO,
souih by the first alley south of W ash
ingion street, went by the river. Dep
uty Coroner T. T. Taylor.
Third If ard. P ace of holding elec
tion, Quigley's office, Adams street.
Boutdary of the Ward North by the
firet alley south of Washington street,
east by the bayou, south by tue north
line of Madison ttiee', west by the
river. Deputy Coroner John W. Dil
lard. Fourth Ward. Place of holding elec
tion, No. 357 Second street. Boundary
of the AVaid Nor.h by the souih eide
of Madison street, eaH by the bayou,
sonth by the north side of Beale street
and west by the river. Deputy Lioro
ner John Leslie.
Fifth Ward. Place of holding e'ec
ton. Byale street market. Boundary
of ward North by tho south hide cf
Mtuli-oa and tho bayou, east by the
west side of Wei iegton stieet, south
by the north side of Calhoun street
and west by Hernando tnd Cauiey.
Dei u'y Coione J. T. Ialer.
iS'iafi Ward. Piai e of holding elec
lion, street car s'ar.le, Main street.
Boundary of ward North by the
south side of Beale etreet, ea'.t by the
west side cf Causey, fouth by tlie
uosth Bide of ChIiiouu and west bv tiro
river. Deputy Coroner F. S. Bish p
Stvenlh Ward. Dace cf ho'dirg
election, M. Smith's Riocery. Bound
ary of Ward North by tbe south side
of Madison street, cast by Walnut
street, Siiush by the north Hoe of Citl
honn street, and west hv the eist eide
of Wellington street. P.-putyj Coro
ner. Arthur Gibson.
Eijhth Ward. Pla?e for holding
electir.n, near Pop'ar stre.-t market.
Boundary of Ward N 'th by the
Lonisville and Nashville R til road, ewt
by Dunlap etrott, eonth by the north
side ol Mad son street, and weet by
the bayoa. Deputy Coroner Wynne
A'irUA Ward Place of holding elec
tion, Fifth and Greenlaw streets.
Boundary of Wa-d North by Kerr
street, east by Manaeeas and Dunlap,
south by the Lonisville and Nashville
railroad and west by tbe bayoa and
river. Deputy Coroner P. Carlin.
TVnfA Ward Piace of holding elec
f'en, oppoaita Tenneesee depot. Boun-d-.ry
of Ward Nottn by sonth side of
Calooun street, east ana soulk by the
city limit?, west by the river. Deputy
Coroner J. H Smith.
Nloree to Clowe.
We, the undersigned merchants of
Ma n and Front street?, agree to close
our et'ires on election day;
J. cob J. Peres A Co. J. T FiostAOo.,
Mullios A Yonge, II. Dow,
Memphis Cider and Vinegar Coin puny,
Jnsepn Bchliti lin wing Company,
(iorsuch ATrnovaut, H. B. bbanks ft Co.,
Faribee A Hunter, Fader, Frank A Co.,
P.C.Rogers, Uoodlott A Co.,
C. L. Fi-kleti, II. J. Kekorly ACo.,
J. C. Collin i Co , Suggs ft Petut,
Johnson ft Uuinec, L. Lomon,
Barksdle, Denton ft Co.,
Martin Walt Sl O'u., Nick lTooth.
A.Karr, S. Lnwenstein,
M. Oavin ft Co., V. W. (Iiiyer 4 Co.,
J. T. Walsh ft Bro., J. J. Duffv ft Co.,
F. J. Tumljull. J . Hoodbar ft (i.
Brandt ft Co., M. Ooh.n,
A. K Sloan, ilonry Cohen,
Townor 4 Co., S. Ilnlle,
... i . i. ' a. 11 u - I.
. VXI1U1IW tit v. fui.i iirui tu.
Huntor Uros , Porter 4 Mncrae,
II. Wetter A Co., liill, Fontaine Co.,
W. A. liiLsn ft Co. . .fm-nbs 4 tlarrott.
T.ylor, lun 4Co., Ilillard ft Coffin,
Simnn Venrht. W. F. Tavlor ft Co..
J. L. Cocke ft Co.. K. C. Buonnnan ft Oo.
ilrbftCo.. Lawhorn ft N'ewsom,
Carter ft Binding, Ed K. Becker.
B. Morris, . R. 8. Tayior ft Co.,
Kl.rnh.ri 4 .'ton. U. II Unrhnrs 4 Co..
J r. jetfernon ft C, Day, Borton ft Baily,
Watts Ure.., tiwart,OwynneftCo.i
P. Mcaddeo 4" Co.. John Reid,
J. T. Fargason ft Co. Brooks, Mealy ft Co.
Juo. K. ppeed ft' Co. Carberry ft Casey.
Jno. A. Denie. Alston, (.roo,i ft Co.
T R. Hi uis ft Co. K. K. Meii htm 4 Cot
A. B. Trend well ft .Co. 1. 11. EstesftCo.
T. J. G
J. J. 8.
J. V. V,
irabaoi. i'unseomb Bras.
Mh ft Co. O falls A Go.
Frank ft CM. A. faeearo A Co
Tool.MoUowan ftCo.' & Bochignant
ii,. AmnlAkCo. L. Pl4mi. 4 Ol.
N.Bisaon. 9chaolneld,HsuHwT k
O Diekason ft Co. Co.
B.LowecsteioABroa. Friedsgaa Brot.
Joheston ft Vaoee. W.rigbtBroe.
LoebftMook. . Orsiaa., Cousins ft Co.
W. H. Berry ft Co. LlaiUiaMr i Lefensao,
Fainter, Thornton Co., ,
Fly, Herron ft Hoksoa.
Artmekia k RichardMs.
Thi day dawntt.
All the storee c'cee today -
Look out for boama ticket.'
Up end et 'em, Democrat I
Voti the itraight Democratic ticket.
Poixa open et t o'clock u4 close
evt 4. -. .- f
I Democrats will do their daty
there ia bo das gee that tbCartborM
w.ll te filled with darky deputies for
the next eight years. ,
St'RttTCH rN3 ij the work of the sore
head. No REssiiiLK man cares to throw his
Thkrc ii sortie s.ttisfnct'on ia voling
a solid shot.
Ta solid German vote will be cast
for Ue Demrcrat c ticket today.
TiiirtK could be no election nio e
importui.t to Shelby conn'y tb.-.n .h
X,j nun except a jalibering idiot
supplies there is the liaat chniice lor
tae election of an outsider.
Bit a mn. If jon won't vote slra'n;lit
Deujooracy, swallow llayuos aDd the
rest oi the Republican ring.
TiiEiiK will be no trouble in gelting
to the polls. An extra forco'of pilica
haa been employed ami order will lie
Quiai.Er will come nearer haling
than tailing Lis ticket. Tiiere is not a
equsrer, better man or a truer Deur.o
crut in the county.
The tent p.de of the aide show will
be brokuu before 10 o'cbick and its
etar curio covered up in the cauviue of
Tub darkies have gone to jail sj of
Uo, with Mosi deleiuling them, tt:ut
tiundieds wiil scrntih him. llu can
didacy creates no cnthusiaun among
TniirtK la always a lot of talk about
scratching after every convention, but
few white Democrats tan make up
their minds to do it when they get tj
Coroneb Coleman hrs done his full
duly under the law and will finish it
arc.irding to sta'ute. Victory ia in the
hands of the Democracy if they will
but rt ach for it.
Tub rain inter'ered with the Demo
cratic rally which was to have teen
held on ttie bluff last night. About
1000 pcrsous who wont out to listen to
the speaking dropped into the side
show on the north bind and listened
lo tbe nun with the iron nerv.
The Democratic ticket presents s
list of pamea which command the
respect aud support of the masses.
Every men will make an ellicit-nt offi
cer. Do yonr duty and vote the
straight ticket. A duty done is a con
solat'on earned. .Perform that duty
and be happy.
A good many who admit that Judgo
Smith is a clever mm acknowledge at
the same time that be was as bitter a
partisan as Shelby county ever saw.
lie it was who sustained the action of
the Barbour Lewis commissioners, an
action tbat co-t this county many
thousands of dollars.
Mr. G. M. Stktens, formerly a
member of the firm of Vaughn A
Stevens, authorizes the Appeal to
make an emphatic denial of the state
ment tbat his firm was obliged to ac
cept $10 per thousand for brickwork
done for Mr. Georg Peters when be
had promised them $12 per thousand.
He says Mr. Pt tew had nothing what
ever to do with the transaction, their
contract being made with a Mr. Chain
hcrla'n, Vote the etraiuat ticket. Remem
ber, friend, tbat though some man on
the ticket may be personally oh'
jrclionable to you, yet he is, and has
bee n declared, the choice of t he Democ
racy, and is entitled to your Bupnort.
What though you do not prefer him?
There are around you pns ibly a hun
dred of your friends who do p-cler
him. Will you be obstinate and go
sgtinbt bo h party and friend', or will
vou go harmoniously with both?
Polilicallv and socially tbia is the fair
andsentnblrt courne we submit. Friend,
vote the ticket straight and you will
foel bo ter ever aft r.
A prunkhn negro cansed a pmall
sized sensation on a Bealo street car
la'-t evening by shou'irg to neg ofs
on tbe eidewalk aud calling up-in all
"da'kies from the country to report at
his office early.this morning." The
negro got off the car at or near Ar
nold's grocery, oa Beale street. The
negro's came could not be learned.
There are quite a number of str ings
ntgroesin the city, and it would be a
good idea for the c ilk era of elettinn to
keep their eyes opeu and see that only
qualified voter are allowed to depoiit
their ballots in the boxes, and only at
their regular voting place.
It is the dnty of every citizen who
desires tbe perpetuation of good lo al
government to go to the polls today
and deposit bis ballot for the straight
ticket. Lt every man remember that
victory dapende upon concert cf ac
tion. No man should scratch, even
though his personal enemy should be
on the ' ticket ; his enemy nas friends,
ml they will scratch in turn. The
man who scratch, a a tingle name in
jures the whole ticket, whether he
wills so or not. Tho polls is not the
proper place to indulge in personal
animosities, y our committee uaa la
bored zealously in the interest of the
party Is it too much for ns to ask
that the fripnds of good government
join us in a united effort to elect the
whole ticket? Democrats', but do your
duty, and snores is assured.
favorable Renlt of arimtnl'ierlSHr
Anllyrln lit l,lrge qaanllllee.
Several days ago a man wat taken
from the 6treot car, near Knox's drug
store, in Chelsea, icsent-ible and in
convulsions from the effect of min
alrnke. Dr. Croflord, who wns passing by,
wan called to the case, and, finding it
a d-Mtppirate one, with a tempeia'uro of
108", adopted quick, decisive and des
perate treatment. In a very short
while lbs time honored "ice pack"
was applied, and in addition a hypo
dermic injection of fifty grains of anti
pyrin wai adminitthied. The temper
ature ripidly decreased, and in the
course cf time the patient became cm
scir.us and will, in all probability,
make a g' o l recovry.
Thii a matter ot great "interest to
the public and tbe profession, and it
is hoped that thit courgwus applica
tion of a new remedy by Dr. Crofford
naty become known to aud adopted by
the profeaeion gentrally for the relief
ar-dareo' this dreadtd and necefss
tily fatal fll.ction.
AVat .Maetracal WeU.
Tursxa, Ka8 , Angust 2. The new
toen of Montetuma, Finney county,
Kas., is deeply iBterWed in the die
co very of on electrical well. An elec
trical flame, which cacti corsiderab'e
light, gather, every night a1, the top of
the dcuid rod. vajying ia bight from
ball an inch to cever al Inches. It tan
easily be ahifted by motion of one's
ban a Irora oae aide cf the rod to
another or ertingtiUbed, but imme
diately ..' reappears. When at its
atrosgeet. asreral inches high, it gives
a strong bowing sonnd, increasing; or
decrrasing aa the flame la low or high.
It ia evidently an electrical flame and
hence the well ia acquiring Uie name
of the Monteanma Electrical Wall. It
ia 101 1 feet from tbe inxface of the
fronnd to the water, which ia three
aad one-half feet deep and inexhausti
ble. Handrwda of people visit the
weiJ twery night.
BALL liD BIT.
BOB BLACK PITl OES A WIS MM
GAME IT NASHVILLE.
Tbe Mikado Downed on His Own
Dominions New Clear tho Track
for the Browns.
The Memphis club retains today
and will play the tirt of a scritso'l
f.iur games with Macon, all of which
tliev, will undoubtedly win. Their
victory ovor NVshvi'le' yes'erday hits
revived confldenc iu the ability of
the team to play ball, and a rousing
crowd may be expected at Citizens'
Dark tcday to welcome the club hick
homo The game will bo called lit
4:110 o'clock pm., after tho polls are
cioH'J, to give voters a chance to at
teaQ. fetvannah Defeats 4'tiHrlatoB Twlce
1st due liny.
Savannah, Ga., An.nt 4. There
wore two games today. The morning
game was played bt f jie a small crowd
in a drizzling ruin ; six iunimrs only
wero played. The afternoon game wa
witnessed by a large crowd and wrs
well played by bcth sides. Both Sul
livan and Moriarity wero fiue'y sup
ported. This is the Inst schedule came
botwron these clubs here. Tho ti'oni
leaves tonight for Charleston. Morn
ing game r.corc, 10 to i. Afternoon
game score, 2 to 1.
Macon 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
Atlanta 1) 3 1 1 0 0 8
Game called at end of sixth inning
on account of ra;n.
The dame nt Brownavlllo.
IsrKcui, TO THI 1PPK1L I
Bkownsvii lb, Tbnn., A ii mist 4. A
lino gtme of ball wns played lure
Tuesday afternoon by the Crescents,
of Stanton, and the Pink Mixture Base
ball Club, of this place, resulting in a
victory for the latter by a score of 22
to 11. Following is . the score by in
nings: Crescent 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 3 212
PinkMixture...3 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 821
The Baltimore alternately slugged
Pechiney, Powell and Cork hill today,
and won the game. The Cincinnatis
did tome hitting, but were not so lucky
in bnncbing their hits. The fielding
was poor on both sides and the game
lasted until altar 8 o'clock. Attend
ar.ca, 1U0O. Umpire Walsh.
Cincinnati 0 2 1 0 1 0 4 5 013
Ba'timores 1 2005 7 1 0 "10
AT ST. LOUIS.
Browns 1 3 0 0.B 1 2 0 0-12
Metropolians.. 10000000 01
The Louisville a win defeated the
Athletics yesterday in a one sided
Louisville 1306 0 400 0-13
Athleticr 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-5
The Chicago and Washingtin clubs
piayed a good game today.
Chicago 2 0211000 " 0
Washington 2 0200000 04
' AT ST LOl'IH.
St. Louis 1 040000 10
Philadelphia 1 002000 0-3
Boston...... 1 0010040 " 0
Detroit .1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0-4
IANEBAI.L HOT IN.
Colcian is p'ny.ng good bsll for Ted
Sullivan's nine at Milwaukee. Sulli
van's club, by the way, stands fifth in
tlie Northwettern league, composed
of six clubs. Helmut litivo carriod
Memphis luck with him.
Memphis defentsd Nashville yester
duy by the satisfactory score of 8 to 2.
Bsker pitched for Nashville and wn
bit freely, eight bits biing made off
his delivery. Black occupied the box
for Memphis, end held the Na' hvillu
Blnpge'H down to five bits. Nashville
made three errors, Memphis none.
Tub New Orleans Picayunt, in do
scrihirga recent gme in which the
Mi.b Kb were abut ont by the New
Orleans club, says : "Of course one of
the features not to be overlooked wpb
Mike Shea's pitching. It was his first
appearance in the box sines his rotnrn
troni Memphis, and there was consid
erable interest to see whether hi arm
had lost its cunning. The ground was
wet, in cons qaenue of a abort rain in
tbe curly part of the game, and the
ball was bard to handle. Neverthe
less be held the Mobiles down to
seven bite and struck ont nine men."
The following clipping from that
fair minded papei the Nashville lim
ner, will give onr readers an idea of the
umpiring the Memphis nine has been
contending against on its travels:
"Cl Broughton did not give him the
support he is capable of doing. His
throwing to second was very wild.
Taylor, too, was hit bard, but was well
supported. Home of Merritt's deci
sions were questionable, to say tbe
least. One, especially, was very rank
when ho callod Broughton out at
home pla'e, when everybody on the
ground saw that he made it easily.
Sneed put up a bnge kick, and could
hardly be blamed for it either."
The following pre-Iliphaelito de
scription of a game of baseball is clip-
f"d from a Minsiesippi exthanKe:
'romptly at 4:30 the game was called,
and the Lees went to the bar, and lost
two on first, but before the third could
be pu' out they scored four. It was
regrtttted by ell tbat KlowtSrree, t. s.
fell in bis effort to pick np the ball
and get it to fir4 bBO, which would
have put the third man out without a
Tno Lets went out and introduced
their left herded pitcher, who fooled
the boys in p'aying fl to second
bases. They whitewashed tbe Rods in
Second Inning The Lees were
whitewashed, 1 be Reds tame In and
got three men on base, and Wlln u
goes to the bat amid greui flplnr.rir.
one man slips in on a patted ball nn'
Wilson brinita the other liome aoi
(eis safe to llr.it. Tne next aud thint
man goes ont on a font.
Thurd Innitg-Th Lees are white
washed ag tin.
1 be It-da work hard and swore two,
taking them even with the Lore.
Fourth Inning The Leee steal one
and leave two on tune.
The Racs came In and ecore two and
so ahead of the Leee: the first time
onr home team baa lod he visiting
team, tureat applause. J i
fifth Inning The Leees-are again
retired without a run and the interest
growing intense. The Beds come in
and go ont again without a ton.
Sixth Inning The Lees fail to get
one home, but get two on base.
Tbe lteda fail to make a tally.
Seventh Iunlng Tne Leee lot two
on first base and one onitrikee, failing
to make a tally.
Tbe Beds are again whitewashed.
Eighth Inning The Leee in t red ace
a "BMidfloo bit," after getting two men
onbaaea and worked ft for wild
throw, getting two men hone, aid
etrning another one, running their
score two ahead of the Kd.
The Reds corne iu and are white
washed. TUG TCBF.
Tbe t'tilcwao Kswea.
Cmicaho,(1i,l, August 4. The races
were ennliuned et Wisliing'on Park
tulsy before a large ciowd.
i'irl ;. Three-qusrler of a mile.
KUrtore: Typo, Wano-i, Gov. Bate,
lluttie S , Uncle Dan, Woodcraft, J. IP
Kenton and Sarnriso. J. 11. Kentm
at once t ok the lead. Ha was never
beaded and wi ll easily by a length ;
Whoo second, one length in front cf
Uncle Dan. tbtid. Time 1 :lfil. Mn
tuals paid $S 1!0
SVcond Jimf One mile. Starters:
Up-in'o, Bmni Lee, Uio Oiande,
Hurry Cine, Kintna Manley, Ktlit
H., Wa's;gn. Urismer, R. Mono,
Dtid'ey Dougl.is, Prairie Queen, Har
poon. Hani on took a had of thre
tetigthe, with Bonnie Lee and Lapnto
close together. On the down turn
Ipnnto took second place. In ths
s'retoh Lepanto went to the front, fol
lowed by SVatsign and Emma M nicy.
L'panto won handily hy one length ;
Wsrsign Feron l, two leng'hs in fr.int
tf Kin n i it Manlev, tbiid. Time 1 :43 j.
Mntiials pvd $15 tit)
TAirtf Aiur Scven-elalitlisofa mile.
Donaviio, Alameda, Chili, Midnight,
Ath'eto, Luna Brown, C.il. Clark,
Dancing Kid, Sam Powers, Tony l'as
tor, Jim Nuve, Frcnie l.ouine, Tommy
Cruso. Duni'ing Kid ll, followed
clotely by Donavan. There was no
chatiKO tor three-quarters r.f a mile,
where CjI. Clark came with p. rush
and won by a nosi; Dancing Kill sec
ond, two lengths in front of Jim Nave,
third. Time I:28J. MuIuhIs paid
f 10 40.
Fourth iiucf. Mile and u eix'eenth.
Starters : Our Friend, K wdy Boy, Bob
Swimm. Hertrg'st, l.islencl, Charley
Lues, Rico. Rico led to tho stand,
Charley Lucas then went to tho front,
followed by llertog's' and Our Friend.
On the lower turn llertog st went to
the front. She was not headed and
won very easily by three leng' lis, Rico
second, a length in front of L s'nn',
third. Time 1:40. Mutiuls paid
Fifth Iltuv Five-eighths o! a mile.
Starters: Effie Hardy, Bretkilown.
Carneirie. I.uko Alexander, Nellie C.
II., Paa ion, Allegheny, Csrus, Bertha
v., Una rayiie. uortna u. ioj. ioi
lowed by Allegheny and Breakdown.
Thera was no change on to the stretch.
Hera Allcehenr drew clear and won
easily by three lengths ; Bertha C sec
ond, Linda l'avne third. Time l :U.M
Mu'uals paid $28 50.
ENTBIES AND WEKIUTS AT ( IIICAOO TO
Chicago. August 4. Tho follewing
are the weights and entries lor tomor
Fint Ale.-King Norfolk (111),
Anna (118), Alva Poe (101), llatt e
(100), Mamie Hunt (113), Wicklow
(118). The Due (100).
Srcmd Ran. One mile. Princess
wa ka over.
J'.Xra Rare, Three-ii natters ol a
mile. Eutiies close at 11 a. m. Thurs
day. Third Race. the Competition
fltnkep, mile and a half. Itinnette
(I Ift), Lizzie Dyer (113), Irish Pat (115).
Fourth Race. Mile and thro quar
ter bests. Unique (103), Uttlo Joe
(103), Nora M. (!), Atcliblshnp (97),
lloban hua (tio), Our Friend (till).
Fi7!i Race. One uiilo. Toiey (100),
Bob Fiiher (10.ri), I'unka (113), Sir
Joseph (105), Dad (i7), Wahoem (01).
Saratoiia, N. Y., August 4. First
Race. All ag , one mile. Monogram
won; Jim Dudlts second, Laily Way
ward third Tune 1:44.
Second Mica For two year oiiln,
three quarters of a mile. King Fox
won; A loads second, (ioliath third.
Third Mica For three year olito,
one mile and 500 yards. Inspector
won: Paulina second, Silver Cloud
third. Time 2:101.
'ortr(t Mica All ages, mile and an
olghtli. Burch won by a longtu and a
half; Eatella second, Matinto third.
Fifth Race Steeplechase, all ages,
mile and a holf. Oneida Chief won ;
Dietnrbsnce eetond, Bucophalus third,
Time-3:50. Muluals paid $29 1)5.
Only one ticket was sold.
Brlatalwai Brarh Baeea.
Brkiiiton Beach, N. Y.. August 4.
FirU Race. Purse for maiden three
year olds and upwards, six furlongs.
Wsstfell won by two lengths; Plank
second, Oarnett third. Time 1:18).
Second Mica Parse for maiden t hree
year olds and upwards, three quarters
of a mile. Sam Bennett won by fonr
lengths; Spectator second, Lncy 11.
third. Time l:17i.
Third Race. Purse for horse that
have not won at Brighton in 1880, one
mile. Mon auk won by a length ; Hi
bernla second, Mentor third. Time
Fourth Race. Selling puree, sevon
eighths of amile. Pilot won by three
lengths; Burlin second, Miller third.
Time 1:30 J.
Fifth Race Pane, mile and an
eighth. Valley Forge won by a half
length; TenBtrike second, Tattler
third. Time 1:50 J
Siilh Race. Purse, seven-eighths of
a miln. Bonnie S. won by two lengths;
Bill Slor.ill second, Leonora third.
mi.ni,.,) it cinnot tin nnitn finally
accepted that Mirs Woodiord hai leit
the track nntil she airives in Ken
tu:ky, yet berreaiipeerance under silk
is so exceedingly improbable that t'lis
may be the bent time to take a look
st liar n cord. Sh was ra';cd na a
two year old iu 1882 by her breeders,
Bower A (. of Kentucky. She
won then five out of eight races.
tnd was tl't n s ild to the Dwyers, for
whom she Iiub won thirty-one out of
forty race. Mio mustalso be credited
..hi. an aiLll innnl vnrs for hr dead
heat w.th Harrium iu Ihe Coney Is'and
enp on lor e 17th lait. She hi.8 only
been twice un pined and tw'ca third
out oi a'l ' ' r l',r' "mancee, the other
I, ,,-iy i.,ti I-.M.MH caving reanitea as roi-
BUI eon xa ttae Bsosksl a BeedtJa.
Tie reeovery of dlfestlon, an! the renaf
tloa of activity by the liver, bowels end kid
neys, are milestones whioh mark ear pro
JreVs on th roaa lo health". Tksy speedily
teeoine pereeptible when BosteUer Btnai.
aek BltUrs Is ased by the Invalid, nothing
so surely and apediUonsly epnsasaes the
distone to the desired foai. As no bodily
foaetloo eaa safer lnterraptioa wlthoot im
palrlns th leneral health ef th system, so
Ui system eaa never aesjalr perfect yif or,
health's synonym, nntil that Uaetiea be ae
lively resamed. Take, for Initanse, di
tioa. suspension ef ahloh Is Invariably
reet'led by th Bitter. If lb oraaas apoa
whieh it devolve grow weak, bilioosness,
eoasUpsllon, atadaeb, pverty ef th bloed,
aad a baadred ether symptoms snperven.
whieh Indie aamistekahly the banelul
teneral Inflaene ef dyspepsia. Th dlia
arane of all ths eymetoma, threas h th
as of the Bliuri, shew with what thsroarh
aM it resaevM tUir sjaeea.
THE COIL FIELDS
OF ALABWA KF. AT 11 El) BY THE
BIKMIMiUAM BO AD. "
Description of the Mines of Walker
Connfy-Tlio New Iadutry
to be Opened.
When tin' Memphis, Birmingham
and Atlautii; railroad ia completed the
Walker conn'y mines in fie Wiirrior
0 .al Ii 1 1 will 'be ilirtunt from Mem
phis only about 'JtO miles. It is ex
pecte.l that the oi onine ef this line
will revolutionire the c:itl business of
The coming coal dinirict of Alabama
and, if all rc;iortH In true, undoubted
ly that fuse. suing tho thickoet eame,
lying one above the otler, the sorface
laud etiidded with a heavy growth of
pine, oak, aeh,. poplar, wa nut and
every kind of tinibsr, are to be found
in Walker ccunty. Mount ,i: ous, rug
ged and roky, witn hut pur wagon
roads, without lirl.lKes, and creeks in
numerable to ford, it has been but
1 t le expUuod until within tlie Ust
fw inontbfl. Over it one can travel
f. r miles withov. nueting a human
being or sioii'g a hons, un
1.84 by chance the lrvaler stnmblo
npon the c bin of a moonshint r, who
will meet him, ntle in hnnd, nnd in
quire In any but po ire language, what
in thumb r.itiou vr.u ii!.rioiing around
here fo-? In a btt'o while this will
all ho i banned. Walker cjnntv is row
'leing to.iiii'c'oJ wi'b ir.iii bands with
the pi.it cf Savannah and t!iecotu
merce of the sea. Era long the shrink
of t'ie locooioiive will icoiitul among
the rocks and re-echo through the
timber, as it rushes along this wilder
ness, bearing its hsnvy freiuht of bhick
di.oionda to tbe Atlantic eeabrard
and towns add cities slnng the route.
All this will ba accoinphstied hy the
lilling in of tho gan now existing ho
twoen CculDitr and Dav'sti p, by tbe
Ouorgia Pacifl.r Bailrosd Company ; it
ia only a dbtwco of forty nd'es, but
will cout over Jl JjrO 000, owing to the
rough country tit's road will pu
through nnd the rioinerous mid hu
tUin ial bridgiM 'list will la te be
etccted over the crveks above uien
tionid. During tie t uininer teee iuuocent
little rivulets can be tt 'pict oter, I u".
afUrr a few daya ruin in lie tall they
become rsgiiit moitulit'n to-raritt
'wi le, deep aud diiniterons. '.Jhe 1 a'l
way company have h en a long i im
rjising tlie in iney, but t lie y t av i.
ceeded at lint, and Bveriit n.i'es of
track have already li'en all. and t in
wlrolo will hi com plt'led bv 1'lirti.i ry
next. Then will In openeo n 'n
llnest opporluuity for invi'stiii-.o' m
coal, iron on I timber latf? 'ti n.
whole South ; in fart, now i.. t "'iM
to invest, as t io property fc:i no y t
been boomed. Trie Memii'liia, li r
mlnglum and Atlautic Rmli d, in
comae of conttrnction, w II a's i P'ss
through Wa kerOouu y, aud still an
other is talked of.
Cl.otlNo iMiit'BS ff September op
tiors at Chicago yesterday. Pork,
!) 02; hud, $tl 95; clear rib sides,
J(t 15; corn, 4".c; when, 7tiJo; oats,
VtsiTons on 'Change yesterday:
Cnpt. Win. Dunbar, Augmi'a, Oa,; S.
D. Uwin, Tcliula, Miss.; B. F. Uevo,
Dos Arc, Ark.; A. J. Barrett, Bolivar,
The exporte of cotton cloths from
the United Slates for the eleven
months ending May 31 were, in value,
$11,103,000, aiiainst f 8,081, 000 for the
corresponding period of 1885, or 172,
000,(WO yards', against 129,000,000
yards. In the light of this fact, it ifl
worth noting that the British consul
at Chin Kin ng, China, repoite an in
creaeing demnnd for American
shirting ai agsirst the Fngliah arti
cle on account of the former's
stout and durable quality. The Man
chester 6'aaiffiiin inutttfl that the devel
opment, has be 'in "rnnch pseisted by the
low priceH wh'cti the Americans have
been willing to accept." The New
England corn spori Jont of Bradttreet'i
reporis that information received
from Chino points to a more aetive de
mand and improving prices In tbat
IS BBMOVBO BT THB USE OP COOOAKrH,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring F.xtraai he
fl.Tort Inen.t 4 NlaVit Srwar
fet 7 inches on the gange and falling.
Weather clear and wsim. Ko arrivals
fltku'iMviTt (i . Ationnt 4. Biisrht
Plwar IU f.nt nn 111 A ssnMllul atation.
ary. Weather clear and pleaeant. De
parted: Bnckeye nute, Mempnie.
Bt. Louis. August 4. Night Bfrer
fallen 1 1-10 incheo, and utands 7 feet
on the gauge. Weather clear and eool.
ArrluaI. Arkarmaii Oity. Vlckshnra.
Departed: City of Natchea, New Or
RK(HHTERKI) Jbt Hull "MTHnfi.''
No. iiOlU a Bne breeiler and an eieeed-liis-ly
b-nlsumeand well bred Ball.
M ks? ITham ilnn of America. No. Ifr7.
I)M-Octlbbeha Duehesa 2d, No 7tW, bp
Aldine, ll.iS. tieoond Uam-Oetibbeha
Ilueh 441!1 (17 lbs. butter in 7 days), by
Hub, H"'.1. Third Hum -I.uoky Bel e.ilH.
Fourth Uam-Pansy Oth, No. 38, by Patter
son. No. II. , . , , .
MYKIIN hssMper osnt. blood Champtoa wf
Ameriea, sire IU onwsin 14 lb. list.
MVKK8 has'i'ii.eroent. blood AliiUie, sirtl
cows In 11 b. list. , . , ,
MYKRH hss 2 imr cent, blood Hah, sir I
cows in 14 lb. list. . .
MYERS hss per sent, blood loeky
Belle, dam S rows in 14 lb. list.
8oid to avoid in-breilln. ,., ,
Young & Brother,
Bookftellers and Stationers.
318 Havta Mf mpkins 1l
Lacraix's Mineral Colors,
TTJBB PAIWTM. CAWTAJl, Bt3.'
Importer aad Deakw nt
aHsaa. raaolmsi Taefel ami Wsjslsj.
BfrfWarraaaiU. ear Speeial a-Nwatto
(ires to HASl7rACTCSIB and M
4ia Ifatlu HU1rffmmliT-aj
M ABTLwlT aiIl.lTABtT a hav
MVaV a saaji, oxroriD. Mrx.-
A few Taoaneiee ovist la this wll-kewa ia
ititntion. AppHeanW for admlasiea ar r