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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1886.
rpo THR DEMOCRATS OF THB TENTH
X CONUKEdSIONAL DISTRlOT-ln re-
&ly to an article which appeared ia the
emphii Avalanche en the 2dih of August,
et itioisint ;mj attitude in respeot to the
Congressional sanvass, f pnblished a card in
which I substantially stated in answer to
the solicitation of friends that I was not a
candidate for Controls, and that I would not
embarrass my Iriendr- nor obtrude myself
on the councils of the Democratic party, but
would make the canvass if J believed the
with was general for me to do so. emoe
thsn I have been very irenenlly requested
from a'l parts of the district to become a
oandidate, and I, therefore, annoanoe my
candidacy, subject to the action ol the Dm-
FOR SALE. Itr.NT OK EXCII aSKE.
A GRAND NEW 6TOPEI10USE-At Sur
rounded hill, Arantas, the best cotton
region in that State, eUh-y-five miles from
Memphis and fif'v mi cs Irom Little Kock,
on the M. and V. R. R. R. App'y to
No. 11 ADAMS ST.. Memphi,. Toon.
Also, several Stock Ranches in Urand
INFORMATION W anted of the whore
abouuof Kuellaand MrtyJ. boott.
tf. W. aCOIT. Appeal office.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Kanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephoned. THOS. OUBBINS. .
KOOMS AX!) HOARD.-
)LE A8ANT rooms and board, with use of
bath-room; terms reasonable. llMPnurt.
OARD AND LODUINU-
el Monroe street.
DESIRABLE Rooms, iurnished t nnlur
nihed, single or in suite, with board, at
72 Madison street. .
NIOB ROOMS-With r wilhoit honrd.
m ADAMS feT.
OOMS AND BOARD Nwly furnished
roonn, with boa-ii. nt sit turner, s-reei.
BEAUTIFUL frmt rooms, sinsle or en
suite, furnished or unturni-hed, with or
without bqrd j otber rooms. 104-1U6 t'outtst.
ROaVlS With or' withoni boar-eft terms
reasonable. Ul) MADisON 61-
R "00418 One large front room with bal
oony and one large back room with
lara- drensing-rcom, and itberi as good as
ean be found in the oity. ITXTT -
IfJ Ut1IUH O A e
00 M Furni-hoti room, with or without
VTIUT COTTAOE-Of six rooms, and lot
2(jiix4, 64 Hean avenue, inquire on
premie - .
HEAP One second hand W'CKAWAY,
nenny as good as new, at iui linn n at
TvRlfil S ! (ill li ,M'hnr rston avenue: do.
JLr ing a fir t olass prescription and drug
business. Good, reisons for selling. Apply
atK) Linden itriet.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Oiuing-room Set,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of hou-e atonce,
3f ST. MARTIN t-TREET.
TUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
X Mo Joinb a "Katie. cor price ana ex
tended i-edigrea. idres
THOS. OH (UTiT.. Bonds. Tenn.
EDAR "ENCINrt POSTS-For sale by
W. K. LArltVlIN, ksrsmsvuie. ia.
AIRY With house and five aores tor
rentf with all oonveninnc lor dairying.
w. u. n rcbMm. pa-a avenue.
ORSB AND WAGON-Light -.tp'lng
wagon, with norseand Harness.
Apply at 333 Min street.
BO ARDINQ HOUSE Doing a good busi
ness, oeutrally located: ,will aril cheap
on aoconnt or nail peatm. ai. u.,inis omco,
B0ILER-60-II. P. ho ler, tested to 160 lbs.
water niassnre. will sell rhaan Apply
t SPKEK'3 GIN.
HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE Also
mill ant gin, two-story building, witl
o-horse engine ana "oner, at uaiemue
Miss. Address J. L. VLETCflEH,
WOODL AWN 8 TOCK FARM- In the stud
am lhnpnniftihnd Hnnnine Horse! fee
120. OneTrottinHore; fee. 110. OneJer
8 Miloh Cows, 15 bend butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horas on
pasture, 15 per month : Trzaa nones, 10a per
day Telephone JOSEPH BI'UNEY. M2.
TTPRIOHT PIANO-Oood as pew, cheap
VJ lor oasn; or will ezcnangemr ooaru
AildruM K HH. Appenl office.
A NEAT COTTAGES At cheap rent o good
-JT-Iooama. Ap.'fyang ffiowoy areci.
TTOIISE NO. 38) Washinston stret:
XI rooms; large yard and stable ; 840 per
month, roesea'inn immenoiteiv
M. L.jELDEN, iS7 Main at.
00Mh W ith board, for aentlemen. Day
boarders wantea. lame nrsi mass.
TWO pleasant furnished O' unfurnished
rooms on Washinston aret. No. Ill, bet.
Third and Fourth, o children in family,
TWO LARGE ROOMs?-In Oiid Fellowe
J- Hall. Apply to MA MCUn JONES.
et 291 Second street.
at72 Court street
FROM Sept. lfth. Cottaje No. 26 Wright iir 0BK 01 any kind by a hoy 13yeirs of
avenue, near G'oriria street. Apply to VV ave; angious to do anythingto help a
J. W. Ha Mr TON, 43 Madison at. sick motker; g"nrl references. Addres
Q -STORY HOlIB Ten room., corner Ala- t-p.k.ekt
L bma at. and Thornton avenue Apply L(" X P K K I h N L O M 1 1 K r -J K K K A pp ly
JA-. MoNAMAR,: Kobes-n st. " atones to LOEB A MOOk'S Shirtlao-
ADAV8 8i-Room n ground floor. iriVERYBODY-To eaU and see the cele
O O suitable for office or More-room ; good b toJ Hy,T clairvoyant, at Third
looationfor drug store. F'n"hd rooms. Wrrat, near Pooler.
M AH" t-lW - l-. ( y 0lh -HlTK w.MAN-To cook and do
RESIDENCE-1 a-d R-cms. JT geserul houwwork i must have rooom-
L. B. EATON. 12 Madlaon at. : mendatums Apply at, K) Vulher-y street.
ROOM Nicely lurnished front room, good' A WOMAN -F StSSB Energy and re
looaljty. at 63 Court -tract. . JT. speeta'iHllty lor our business in her lo
: 7 t ... ! alitv. Salary about tr)0 per month. 'Perma-
roim, etc. Inquire at lr6 Cmurt street.
COTTAGE No. 422 Court street extended.
Annly at 218 Main tret.
rjTOKEIIOUSK-Oooupled fcy Ueenan A
O Co., No. 2u7 Main street. "Lee Block."
,In,uir. at ft.. 4 Madi.ony.reet..
RESIDENCE From Oct. lar.elegant brick
residence, o. 108 Waahiagton at. For
iterma applv to Wo. 716 Ma'n street.
6TORKIIoUSE8-The three new -firat-claaa
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
Mt the Gayoso Hotel. Tens seasonable.
Apply to 1CARRINOT0N MASON,
r " 5H Madiaen street.
ONE 10-AC RE LOT Situated on Kerr av
enue; good honae, six loom, stable,
riaecistero, aod well fenced. Call t
, A. K. SLOAN'S, m Main st.
HOTEL -Tie Ptonewall Hotel and Rail
road Eating House at Grand Jnoton,
Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day. Keoewer. Nos.
.i&i and 301 Front street, Mempbie, Tenn,
Possession given immediately.
NO. 166 MAIM STREET Opposite the
i Court House. Having a front en Ma n
td one on Poplar street renders thie prop
rty very doilraMe. Call on
JAMES LBE. Ja No 4 Madison at.
HOI-CB No. 7toort street, from t-esiiem-har
UU Arpiy to J. W. Baily, at
Sav, llei ton k Baltoy's. 3H0-3B2 Front Btraet.
0U8ES On and near Walker aven-e,
on isirswoao sxreet ear line, tro-a mi
let September, several bouses. Iron twe to
iaht rows s.
in gve repair, iipniy at. ao
liuion s. reot
CnatX''U UriilBJ-UU rwmilll UO
J oupiedeTir many rears by Dr J. W. Nel
m, Dentiai, corner Union and Main streets.
Also.JiilUble 8LKEPING ROOMS above.
Alco, liUiitCE OFFIOE on second-story
ld Cotton Jttohante. nuier Madison aatd
-T-k ElTR A B lAVTO 0 MS-Suitable for I iaht
XJ hoaeekeepinr. N.cor.tjec'ad and Market
XfEW fi-ROOU HOUSE-Na. 112"Jones"ar.
X ene. Alse, two new houses, south aide
Poplar, at ol Innlap, will be finished by
IstSepteeuber. Apply to 0. C. H KIN,
inTnn DDTClTil I .
TOKEIKiCpE From I t Beominber, one
lour-ewry AiA.n s-reei s'nreuou-e.
K. W. XOYSTKR A CO.
LARE bTORa First floor ad seller,
wilh fide and rear eniraoeea. Nos. 3(3
and 305 Main atreet Possession Octeber 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices and Store-rooas. No. 282Reennd at.
Booms for light housekeeping, No . 'M Pop
lar stre-t, over drug stoie. At plv to
R. I). SNOWDtCN or J. L. GOOULoB,
M Madison street.
FRONT AND REAR oFFICK-274 Front
street; cottun room and office; teraue
moderate. Ai ply to . , .
OUSE No. It'i2 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
in good repair, (pod cittern water.
M YJtR KM a ICO, SlOtiecona St.
aKITCKS The desirable iront offices on
recced floor of 42 Madiron strret, adjoin
ing Cotton Itichapge. MBNKBNA"0.
IpilKNISBUP KUOMS-AtM Monro St.,
' tut Suuare from Peabody Uotel,
This 'nnwder never vt.rle. A marvel o!
purity, strength and wholnomeneBS. More
economical than the ordinnrj kinds, and
cr-nnot be sol'l In competition with the
multitC'le ol low test.snori weuotaiuir or
phosphate powders. Huld onv i(ni. lioliiL
n , rivn 1... V llu: Wotl NawVorW.
11 0RSE From 131 Bealc s'reet, on fatur-
1 1 dav, August zhtn. ausn: snrroi norse.
white in face. A lilerl renrdf"rhis re
turn to MRS. D. il A ACI, 131 I'calo
"I0W One medium site cow, lieht cream
vy color, wtue nnrns. wnue ice. iiioudu
call at2!2 Front itreet.
BAY MARE MULE From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake L&ndtne. one biv mare mule.
bout eight years old, fifteen hand high I
mane recently trimmed, tiring to r. A.
Jone A On. 'a arnbla and he rewarded.
POCKET BOOK-With a 300 check on the
State National 1'ai.k, and some loose
ehanse Findnrwill be rewarded by return
lng lame to W)7 Shelby st . enrner Butler.
T ADY'S BREAST PIN-Wuh amethyft
I J net. Lmerai reward lor its r-turn to U
M. Benttie, at B. Lnwenptoin ii Pros.
r"N THURSDAY NIGHT From the farm
J ol Anthony Netheriand, Hernando road,
A LEMON AND WHITE SETTER BITCH,
Had on a Dollar wiili the name "Thomas
Qrerory" on it. The finder will he liberally
rewarded on r'urmn ner to nrace oi
W. B. GATES, :t) Front street
a EMORANDL'M BOOK On Saturday af-
1VL lernnon, Aug. 14th. A reward will be
paid lor its delivery at this ofii.-o. or to
T. V. NEEIi. White Haven, Tenn.
SETTER Return my lemon end white set
ter bitch "Florence," known by most
Memphis sportsmen, ana missing since jniy
15ib, to40o Vance stroet, ana recire rwra.
1 w. im v ai l .
DAY BOARD In eichanir for Music Lei
son. Address MUSI0, this office.
QERVANT-A goi d dlnlng-r om servant,
80 COURT 8TREKT
2 EX Pa RIENCED Tobacco an I Cigar men
to travel in Teoneaaee and Mississippi.
Mmt hn nf steadv habits and brine unexcep
tionable references. Apply alter Hentember
6th. LBS LKWia.
LADIES towrrk for me. local or travelings
something eotlrely new; lor ladies onlyi
II daily easily made; n pho'o, no painting;
particulars iree. iviivm. u. i.i i ibn,
Box 443. Chicago, ill.
rpo SELL EVERYBODY One of the cele-
X brated Finn Kalmlno waitresses, van
be seen at Second street
OITUAT10N AS COOK
pnlv t 220 Second street.
NURmK A good and reliable nurse, white
or colored, to attend to youni children.
Liberal wanes and good home. Apnlv at
Captain Joseph Lenoer i residence, n alker
avenue, near lumwooq.
J- Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tale. Address J., this otnee
CI 00D C00K Wll recommended,
T at 70 Mulberry street.
I UMrtKR AND LOGS Walnut. Pooler,
Lj Gum and Oak Lumber ud Logs wanted
forexMirt aud Eastern trade. Snotoash paid.
S-nd partie ilaie to Morton Lumbar Co. of
(Jnicign, ! west uourt street, aaeiupnis
rpo STAVKMAKERS The American Stave
L Co of New York are preparett t contract
with anitable nar ties lor the inawnii of
lara auaa'lty of Pipe and Uomestio rtaves
Apply to Mcrai'his Agency Aaerican btave
Co., 1 W. Court rre'
SALESMEN In every State lh the Tit ioi
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SFiniitTiita thatare popular and easy sell.
lng. Cuo be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THIS WH. 12.
"RIOF MAN1IKG. CO..WALTIMORF. MT)
lien I. pnnRiun. nwrouna wauiibiihqu. ui
JUIIN80N. Mmwser. 19 Barolay SU. N. Y.
PARTY With t)l00 to take the ei3 u-ive
agency In Memphis of a ouslness paying
tO per oent. net profit. A Idreis
AOKNT. this oflW.
J. l. i u t j C 1
Irtfift LBS. FRATUERS lllthert cash
I ) 'J ,pnee paid by HABAY. Memphis.
EVERYJVJOY TO KNOV-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next th irty days tor 11 50.
243 Main sseet.
LD GOIW A SILVRR For rash or ex
ehanre Mtll.KDKI), .lewe or. 2"4 M'n
Positive Cure for Piles.
For, sale by all demrsilstg.
DR. D. S. J0IINS0NV
Ho. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MCMPSIS. '
I Established In 1800.1
ties interested as by far the most suc
cessful phyeioinn in thetreaimenUf private
orseoret diseases. Quick, petmanuit cures
guaranteed in every caee, male or female.
Recent cases of Gonorrhea and -Syphilis
cured in a f w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or kindranae from
easiness, beeondary Syphilis, the last ves
tige eradicated witho'itthe use of meroory.
Involunsary loos of emen stotied in abort a
time. Sufferer from impoteacy or loss ol
sexual p-wers restore to free visor in a few
weeks. Victims of self -abuse and exoeosive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
lossef physical end mental newer, speedily
and permanently rured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Direasei nf Women, aid
ceres guaranteed. Piles and old aores euued
without the use of cnustio or (he knife. Ail
consultations strlotlf coi fulential. Medi
cines sent by esptetf to all parte of the
erWorklagmen enrad at half tbe nsual
rates. Offlcslioais Irom 8 o'c'oci a.m. lo
o'clock p.m. I). S. JOHNSON, M.D.
IV. A. WIIEAMiEY
Real Estate jlcnt.
AM IT. 8. COMMISSIONER,
891 Umlm, ssertf SuIUa,1lgiptalg.
KURIIO TDE E.D.
SO HOSE BASEBALL AFTER TO
Eierjbody fclad That the Prolonsed
Agony is Orer Reports of
Tab came e te-dav w.'i devoid of
geriOL' eiror oa cither tide, vet faded
tointeieit the epectuora. lioiacner
was in fine form and the Browns could
do nothii )f wi'li bim.only tvro h:.tt
being made off bis delivery. B a?k
wps rothit very hard, but hard enough
to yield Ihrte runs, ot.e of wh;ch was
earned. Knouff will wird op ttie spa
son today and a sure victoiy for Mem-
pn 8 may oa preoiciea.
IfKMPHIS. A.B. It. B.H. P.O. A.
Graham, c. 4 0 0 1 1 0
Soeed, 2b 3 0 110 0
McPorley, 3d b-3 0 113 0
Andrews, Int. h. 3 0 0 14 0 0
Broughion, M ... 3 0 0 1 0 0
BUck. p 3 0 0 0 1 0
FusapllMch, v.... 3 0 0 5 0 0
Marn'Dg.s.e 3 0 0 0 5 1
Ashe, r.f 3 0 0 1 0 1
Total 28 0 2 24 10 2
CHABI.ESTOX. A.B. R. B.H. 10. A. B
Eappell, 3,1 b.... 4 0 1 0 3 0
Crowlev, r.f 3 0 0 1 0 0
Hiats, c 4 1 0 4 0 0
Powell, lb 4 0 1 14 0 0
Broinan, 21 b... 4 113 3 0
Gilman.c.f 4 0 2 1 0 0
8u li vao, s.p 3 113 0 0
McA'eer.U 4 0 0 1 5 0
Holacher, p 3 0 2 0 3 0
Tela' 33 3 8 27 14 0
CCJBS BY INNINGS.
Cnatlestor 10010100 8
Summary: Earned uns Charles
ton, 1. Two hese hits Ilrosn n.
Passed halls tuselbach, 1. Wild
p tches li at k, 1. F.r.t baso on ba le
iMHmptiis. 11. nirucg cut Dy uo-
lacher, 3; B ack, 2. Umpire iletri t.
Naabvllle'a Uoulile Victory.
IsrgoiaLTn tbi rretL.i
NasuViLlb. Tunn., S n'ember S
The 5000 perjoua who were atjthe park
this aftt-rooon wf re tiedicu to some ol
the most magnificent nlayirg teen rn
the local diamond. l!y Bii o'b woik
In the field and at the bat Xathviile
succeeded in capturing both tbe
game1 , the first by a set re of 3 to 2 in
ten inninc", and the lef-t by a score of
2 lo 1. The locals plavei with that
dash and brilliancy which chant ter
ized their work ear.br in tbe searon
and marie them the general favorites.
Billy O'Brien and bhreve were the
opposing pitcher. in the firat, aod
while tbey were lar-h batted freely,
sham finding cut oft several appar
ently safe hits and kept the score
down. Score by innings: .
Naehville 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1-3
Savani ab.... .....0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 02
Summary : Earned runs Nashville,
1. Two bate hits Sowd rs, 1 ; Bitt
mao. 1: Field, 1; Sntnliff. 1. Httuck
out By frhreve, 7 : O'Brien, 2. Passed
bills Arundel, 4; Schellha ee 1.
WYd pitches Bbreve, 2. Double
plays Strict 0 Fields, 8trief to Walsh
to Meius. umpire ujincoy. Boorer
Cheatham. Time nf game One
hi ur and fifty-fire minutes.
Toe stcond same, wbfeu was
beun immediately after the firs',
was even u tir brilliantly played than
the preceding onee. Only five i' -nirsri
werfi pi yt-d. MoriaMy and
DnuJi n cflirr'iiUa in the box f.- r their
nepectiye tsamf. Tbe graat featnri-s
were Hiilnry's Ions diive to center
field for three bal's, rending Sowdets
and Bend home, ard a jumping, onx
handcttchby Bittman, which savtd
the tames. Score by inuinga
Nashville... 0 0 2 0 0-2
Savannab 0 0 0 1 0-1
Tbrte bAse h t- Hilety. First
be rn bale Mcriarty, 2. Struck
out Bv Moiiartt, 3: by Dunrton, 7
Pdeeed balla Schellbetse, 2. Umpire
Goldtby. Scoier Cheatham. Time
Corinth t wVllllw to Play Wilr
To the Editors of the Appeal i
la rep'y to an article in the Afital
of yesterday, we will say that we have
nt ver received or ueciiuva a cliaiietige
from the Wat' r Valley Blues. Bonn
time ago a get tie ma a fr.m Memphis,
oa the par; ct tr e BlUf s, anKgeeted
gtme w.to us, but rs we bai seveial
auxes arranged at the time, and a) he
made no suggestion positive y as to
Line, place, txpente', etc., the gaum
was not maae. we nave piayea set'
erel Kauits this teasun wir.b surround
ing towos and had thousht we wrr as
atiooK as acy c ub ia the State that
played none but home boys, bnt never
once thought of contts'iug far the
championbti oof theSte. IloWfV r,
if the cbami'ionsbip costs ns nothing
more than to beat the Blues, we wM
just take it and hold it through the
wiutir anvway. We have nice
grounds, aod if the Blues are willing
to take tbree quarters of the gete re
ceipt for expenses, let them name
tbe day at once.
MANAGER CORINTH B.3. 0.
Comma, Mr a., September 2, 1H8.
A CorreeUosi From Iabms , aflaa.
To th Editors of th Appeal i
Lamab, Miss., September 3. My a1
tent ou has just been called io the fol
lowirg from the Sunday Timt of Au
LA(iaM. Tjinn , August 22. Lt
grange and Lamar cinbs played a name
of ball yesterday at La Belle iPark.
Tbe game was decided bv an impar
tial umpire, JVir.Jtich, of Moscow, to
0 in favor of Lggrarg, Lamar throw
ing np tfas game. To good memoers
of tbe home team wore abton'
Meserr. Moudy and McNme-sva
Pulham. liant Prewitt madeaihome
rao. Xetherland mad one good
ca'ch. Michael;, Myrick, McNaaiee
in fact, all tbe it am, did good work.
Now for the facia in tbe caee. Our
. kuUn alinrr t :ia oa ma mam mna
liueu wriu g o ..... ., - B " 4
with the following understanding:;1)
We conceded io iLtcraoge one im
i.er ei man, wiiti toe understanding
rthat be wtB to play as first baseman
only. They allowed u one man, and
we agreed to play bitn m shotUwp
i r fle.de'. We took in Towell, of the
Co bert, Miss. , el ol. On an ival at La
grange we found onreelwe short two
mm, mytelf beirg disabled and an
other of cur men not tumicg np. We
also found that instead of one import
ed man L 'grange ba t tbiee, all from
Urand Jacciion. We a'lowed them
the thre imported men, and they al
lowed us to rick up two men aod the
ptivilegj of playmg onr imported n.ea
as wh p'eased, while' Ih'f wee not to
play imported nun as e.th-r pitcher
orcitcbtr. We, therefore, weLt into
the game nith Powell, of the Cot
bnt club, in the bx. At the end of
the second inning tbey acknowledged
they con'd not hit Powell'a enrver,
and requested us to take bim out of
tbe box, which did, pntting in
our regular pitcher. At the
end of the ' eighth - inning
the game flood Lams', 23; Lagrange,
12. Tbey then want?d to put a Grand
J n notion mtn Id tbe b x, wbiihwe
refused to al!ow nnlea the v allowed
our man (Powell) to (tohick They
bad emnnb of Pjwell, acd rt f died ti
ply apairst h'l curvfi, aodfif re th
game endsd. We heard ncthinj of
the 9 to 0 deils'oa un'.il we saw it in
the Sunday Timet. As for tbe horre
run claimed for Prewilt, thtre wrs
only ore ball knocked that was goad
for mire than rne bag, which as a
two tapcor by HndsJD, of the Litrar i
club. SVe will play the em men
with one exeeptioo I will lt.ke my
place inVeed of Jordai, a picked up
mau aca'nn tte fane mtn, with the
same umpire, at Eiriy Gr ve rr Holly
S.rirgs, at any time du log the next
ten day, lor J1C0 a side. We cbal
lensed Lak'rarg- for a gtme Thursday,
August 2t!i), t i which we rereivel no
Lamar and Colbert crcsjea ha s at
Colbert, Wednesday, r-epterr her let
Score: Lamar, 22; Oolhert. 12.
J. K. MrFADilEN',
Captain tamer Unsebsll Club.
roula Unnrked Out ofthsi Box.
Louisvillk, Ky., 8 -ptomber 3.
Fontz, after win:'iog eix cnnfecaiivd
garnes, was pu ; in again tidnv and
wai btiterl a 1 over ttte He tl by the
bone club, who made a to'al ot ihirty-
two bre on clean nit?, uiovimihs
playi d a lco e fi -Idiog game. Riuhong
fiurt ins hann ana ws ranevei oy
R-bit son. Thsgumewas called r n
cccoutit of drrkness la tie e'ghth in
L-u'sville 2 2 5 0 0 6 0 0-15
Sr. L u s 2 030020 0-7
The Pork r-tteiraDo Heavy lulling-.
PiTrsiiURO. Pa . Sfp'emter 3 Tie
Cineinnatis dftated the P ttbnrgs
thU afternoo t by heavy bvtinu in the
ti 8 tnmru aun ilie uni neiauig wo k
of Carpi-ntoc, Feondly and Corkbill
Pittfcbu-g I 000000 0 2 -S
Cine nr a i 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -5
linlllniore Again Is-l'atFil.
Naw York, September 3 The fet
ropilitan l itie defeated th Baltimore
at htien island today wutioui mucn
Metropolitan 3 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0-9
Bal imore 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Tbe Cyclone l'ouaded Very Hani
New York, September 3. The
Bioik:yn c ub def attd the AthiHtics
in a fa'r'y c miested gunaa", aeh
ington Pa k today. The-e vtTi nearly
2000 people in trie groonds (Score :
Brooklyr s - 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 5-10
Atbiatics z louuuauu o
NATION AI I.KAOIE.
llavlna run With the Cowboy.
Kansas Ciiy, Mo., Se taunbtr 8,
McKeon, a r. cent acquisition (run the
Cincinnaiis, was put into pitch f -r
Kansas City tiday, and tni I'ti i'us
made eishtten bits on HH delivery.
The visitors a'ro played letter all
around. The e fads "d tbe wr-tche d
nmo'ririr of Fu'mfr from a Ka-sts
City s aodooint, r suited in a score of
14 to 4 in lavor ol the visitors, score
Kansis City 1 0020000 1-4
Philade'ph.a 3 0 2 0 1 4 2 2 -14
Babrkbs and Bookkkbpeks at Ia'.md
Grove diamond Sunday.
The Lfe Clnh, of New Orlt ana, bfa
signed Peltz, Cie.st and uerjen, ia'e oi
Dunoon aid 8 hellbafsohavesisned
with tbe Ac'.d Iron Ear. hp, ol New
Tre Mempb'a Rods won two frames
at list Spring.; one by a ecore of 8 to
6, the other ty a (cote ol 10 to i.
Otbeb clubs may outcast Mf mpMi
at tome poiurr, but a". nnt use we
cnim Wally Audrewa to be the king
of them all.
Tkd Soixivan, of Milwf ukee, has al
ready tried thirteen pitcberp, sev-T
catcners and twelve nun In other po
sit one, and still be i-n't bappy.
Hinks has done the back slopwork
for Charleston in all three nf the games
played bereai d wi'l probably oflioiate
behind trie bat aurio today. He i a
very eoi.d cattsher. and deserves tT'lse
or Ins faubfol work. Catchew like
Hints and Br ugh on are exceptional
Hrooblyss Jockey Cliifc Bscss.
Gbavbbno, N. Y.. September 1.
The first n-cs a-, the Brooklyn Jockey
Clnbcot'rsi wps for all agie, suv-nfu'-longs.
Fererzi wonba leng h and
a half; Biirrb rertrnd, Pe.rl Jtnninge
tbir.1. Tim 1 :28j
Second Hact Oue ni'de snd a quar
ter. Tenttrme woa by a neck; Lzz e
JJwytr second, Barn u in tiiird. Time
TViirrJ 7Sac-One mile Marklnd
and ISa'edot ran a dtad heat for fii-nt
nlec-j Flounce third. Time 1:42.
la the run nff Maikland won by a
IdDgth. Time 1:43.
Fourth Ilaee.i'ot tbrae yer olds,
one mile and a quarter. Peekskill won
by a lenetb; O'Fallon second, Pontico
Fifth Race. For two vrar elds
three Quarters ol A mile. Italitail
won by two lengths; Berifoid second
Mi tin tbltd. Time 1:161.
Sixtli Kaee. One mile. Frank
Ward won by two lengths; ITerm tige
second, w rael third. Time l :n.
Bwighiosi Beacb Rea.
Bbiohton Biach, N,Y., September
3. Fint Race. Seven furloote.
Brongoioo won by two lengths; Mon
. I u 1 I rniM.
19UK. BW.VUU, XifeUIIU SUI1U. llui
Secottd Face.. Seven furlong.'. Peter
I,, won bralenzth: Ramlal second
B-y Rebel thbd. 'fim 1:30. Cer
tifioatee paid straight $102 10, $33 for a
place, and $30 70 on Ramlal for a
2Atrd JUce.Oae mile Cathcart
won by aleogtn andalilf; Par-bar
aaeond. Brtinswick third. Time 1:45.
Fourth Sace. -One mile. Leono a
won ry two lengths; Tnpcawy-r seo
ond, Treasurer ttnrj. Ti mo i -At.
Fifth Raee Mile and a sixteenth
Leinan won bv a length: Bargomatte
second. SaotaClauatuird. lime 1 :54
Sixth Eaee. Steeplechase over the
fall coals'". Will Dvia wob by three
length: Mntmors set ond. Time
i:i3. Tbe otber horees did not fin
iah. CertiQratea paid $25 45
Sfasons for October at Maw ford V
Fall line of fall fashion magacine;.
Th 8helby County Readies Oil
cle will mee: a, the office of tbi
CoLty Superintendent next Sal ar day
morolr g at lu o ewcr. a iuii axeua
a ace is desired.
Cixsino prices of October option
at Chicago jeik-rday: Pork, $10 2!)
lard, $); char rib eid s, 10 07
corn, 41,c; whtat, 77i; oatfl,20,c.
Visitobs on 'Obanee yesterday: J,
W. Beck. Forrest City; J. H. Qecrge,
Napoleon Hat, J. C. Nee'jr, W. B
nalhmath. W. T. Biwdre. A. C. Tread
well. W. F. Taylor. L. llsnaner and
Wm. N. Brown have retnrned from
their summer holiday trips.
THE OTHER SIDE.
TflE KANJA8 CITY C0MPASY AD
BK0ADWAY SI BEE I'.
Mr, Xewuian Erb States Ills Cape
The Powcrfal Leverage tho
Mr. Newman Eib. of the Kjnini
Citv. Spricgtield aud Memphis Ra i
road Company, returned from Kaisas
Ci y last night, and was s?en ehort'y
Iterttards at lue i-eaoooy iidiui ny
eoieiitntative of the Appeal in
answer to a question about tbe sbopp,
be nan! be had been tngAgtd lor sooie
time in perfecting arrangement' to
hive them located hre, but wjs
oiipidThniaday by Gen. fitttltt n,
who expiessed tho opinioa tha the
con riaov wonld be too math ham-
p: rod by the ti'y govt rnmeat to make
it advantrg os.
"Prdtident Hidden se ms t) nve
forgoitin a con'ract he made with us
1881, Jir. J-.rt) sata. -An agree
ment wis made lh-n, hy wn:c! we
were (iiven criaia privileges and were
given nva yeara ti taki advitit?iKe of
them, th9 company, on it-s patt,
obligating itee f to di certuin work iu
tbe nay ol ravmg. Among other
things, the company n s given Iuh
ig'ittoiaya tracK on oroguway., a.
ituilar privilege was tx en.led to the
Memphis. Sema and Brucswica,
which constructed its track Aftei-
wa'da we acquire! a half Inlerett
nit and have nevtr sought to taae
a ivantige of our independint r ght
until a few days ao. That lactsems
to have tsaped Prsident Hadden'e
memory. It sonis to ne be might
have sent for Superintendent;Su'livau
or requested a confereoce i h Gen.
Wet luton, WHO wbb hi rivy rcycirni
days. We were not tr.ating Hr.'ad
wy i s a rig'it ot wny, but as a st'iot
We were simply umog anvaumg o
the privilege given s by the C tv
Cour.cll in 1881 btcuuse wj needed
the track In our business and bocau o
ths rii?ht was ab ut to ex ire by bui
itaibn. We have done evrthng
we c uld for te baneltt ol tbe city,
not because we loved Memphis ppt-
cidly, but for the roaeoa t nt it has
been to our interest to build it u .
We named the first line the Kani-ai
Ctv, Sprirgll.-ld and MettpMs.nllour
O'gtnir. itioiis in Ttnne;see, Misisppi
d Alabama, paita tf the linB o
Birmiogham had the name ol mum
ph s somewhere in the lit e and the
whole Hue wai known as the Kanm
City. Memphis and B rmlnuham. Tho
word Mampim dsu a piace in mi
name ol tie cotnptny orgu iziu to
build a bridge over the river at t-.is
point, and we in'ended to build shops
here, e.s I have s tid, and to n.ake tms
ths hendtitiirtera of the system ca t of
Tbe Kansas Ciiy, Bpringutia ana
Memphis hUilrjad Company s exs to
have trie whip band in the gnla and
nrnvision bustof as in the Southot.
The f Hotting, from the Chicago Timet,
is of absorb ng mteie t to juemprn
deale-e: The "tempest in a tiapo ''
on the cut ing of provi-imiatesou' of
C ilcago t) M. mpnia and Southets'' rn
poiits as aorut su-s aeu, ano. ue
ag eiment of the lutirist-id tcu ,
wnereby the rate is being mae I't
ceati per 100 pound', is toicg adhered
to. The ruction has hid one oil o ,
andtha'. to tall afertion lo the f
that 60 far at the Southern Statism
conce'red, Chago cancot romieta
nith Kins ts Uity lor ine lupmy i
either caarse srain or picking bcust
pioiiuc s. andimu'it yiela to tue tntv
table and withdaw from onmpetif on.
Mampbia has become Ihe d'etr liu !n
pjint for thie clais of a tee-,
and lh opening of the Kaneaa
City, Sprirgfield and Memphis
line, a short cut (J 437 mi us,
gave a natural channel for tDe tra s-
portation oi provieions auu a in ui
KaDtaa City to Memphis In any at
tempt to compete, Cuicago isnt t"0
rii'Sdvantage of juit tbe amouit of
freight charges between Ksnias Cty
and Chicago, or, in other wordp, train
and provisions are la'd down t Mem
phis by the Kansas City and Morauhie
line t the same rate, or lees than the
ro t of tho haul from Kansas City to
Chicago. As markit ia es of me its
and griin at Kansas Ci y are at a
figure le-ts thai the cot-t of the luul
irom Kais88 Ci v to Chlcauo, the lat
ter point is out of the taca. St Louis
U iiiTdCteil, although to a lesi degree,
heitie nearer thn point of diutribu iou,
bat it is at a disadvantage, owing ti
the Sjuthwes'ern Kill way Association
Hues not being willing to sscridce the
ihe earnings acciuing from local ra a
between Kansas City and H. Louis,
for tbe sake of diviuirgthe through
btninese with the Memphi line.
Wl.i'fl Chicaeo ia loring in this diivo
tieu there ia a tendency toward
aa laualixition of the loss ia
one aireotioa by the gain in
another. Tbe siatis'ics tf tbe South
we tern Railway Association demon
si rate that, as the eas'. b und m ive-
ment falls off the wett bound increas
almcot in eoual proportion. Thus, by
reason of railway development in tbe
Sou'hwest, Chicago loses Its rornmand
of the coarse products, live stock and
grain seeking tbe newer outlets, and
gains as detrlbmting point for tie
hither classes of freight, mercbandiie,
etc. A prominent railroad manager,
speaking of the above facie, remarked
tnat th same tendency to divert
c a-re freight ex'sted in the North
west, where the Lake Superior lines
were now taking the larger share of
the grain from tba; action, aod with
tbe comp etion of the Salt St. Maiie
route this diversion wou d not be coo
find to the season of navigation.
Ti Kaneai City competition ia be
ing felt in another and rather unex
pected direction, and the central tra lie
and trunk lines are the sufferers It
is f s rted that the Kanss City,
Sprinjrfl -Id and Memphis, wblcb roo-
necta wi h tbe Chesapeake and O1I0
avstem at Memphis, is jxoraiiun with
tbat road on stuff des Iced for Rich
mond and the Southern Atlantic
States, od that the latcs made by tbis
route ae from-3 to 6 cents lower than
via Baltimore, Not f ilk, or tbe coast
route. There ia no meeting this re
daction unless the S uthweitein rail
way lines would igree te prorate with
tbe Central tiatao rrada, wblcn tbi y
would barUIy do under sny circnru
stances, ai tbey would raise a howl
from local shippers at once and be
forced to reOuc-t loci I tariffs in pro
portion. Altogo'ker, the iCans"S Citv,
Springfield and Alempbis isadisluil)
ing f ctor.
Ibe AanseaCTIiAM WkeWllsrnsd
th atrawst-ArllsMClon Hshhiidb;
A repr sentativeot t ie Appkal who
grjsited Mar on. Ark., yesterday, boird
a kood deal of ittd snation eipn s ed
ou account of the published statement
tbat W. A. Brown il-i.Jfctl bav ng been
married to Ade e Ar ii.gt '-, wi o com'
mitted suicide iu tits riom i 1 1 j i c'ty
a fnw davs ago. It was s'eted by sev
eral persons l.at tr couple arrive I at
Marion on the en)D tf Alondiy,
August 9tb, giving out t in imprw aion
tbat it wh a ruLaway match, Tbey
were married by Daniel W. Lewis, a
colored man, and tbe County Judge of
Crittrndeo. The ceremony wai per
formed ia tho p?rlor of the hotel, tbe
witoef8s beiog Mrs. Ka'e K. Bnwn,
her daughter. Mis. M. E. Cashion,
Mis J. B. Atkinsin, Mr. A. H. Feigc
ron ani Mr. Thompson, tie operator
st Gilmo'e. They remained at Marion
that niiiht, and came back to Memrhie
on the trhin farly Tuesday morning.
Tbe Appeal bad the following pira
graph oa the morning of Thursday,
the 12 h:
"A gentloman from Crittenden
county, Ark., who was at the Court
houss yesterday said a ve-y young
couple frjm Meinpbia were a'. Marion
Monday in eaarci cf tomebody t per
form a marriage cnreniony. All tbe
whte preacheis and Just'c-s werj oat
of the way and they got a darky m
istrate to lie the knot for 1 hem. Hi
did net know their ramcs."
TWO NKORO Ml KBEItCRS SWVKU
At Jlitrlosi, ArU., rr the Murder r
an Old and laotTenalte
While) Bl an.
Tiie town of Marion, the ciun'y ssat
of Oriitenden cuin'y, hss been tbe
scened the wi deatexcitrniont dining
the pift few dave, and it is like y to
be ke t np f r eonie time longer.
ThuHilny lh9 dukies h'd a picnic,
yesterday there we a a duuble barglrg,
a big barbfcuo wi 1 be given today, a
revival will te it anguraud lorn row
and the next day n election fr all
S a'e and cinrty clllcers tiscs plsce.
Yehterriay'sBHairwaa highly colored.
Tl o ennd finned muidenra were bith
negros, the jailors, turnkeys, the
p eacborand ntarly the entire crowd,
which numbered about 2i 00, hlng of
the sms complexion. The crime wae
a t.l'M.iv one tnd itepnrnoHe loliherv.
Goldsmith, en o d, gray beadot",
letb'o man. who cltrketl in a atcre at
Kt. Tnnniiia I,nding. was tve viuiim
Oti Jatu.rv 2d last two negrois, Jim
Siiiin onand Biitirarn Bell, walked
Into tba store and after chatting pleas
antlv with the old man an
hcur or tv wni ing for
an opportunity knocked him in the
head with an ax when his hat k was
turned acd rboed t ie sife of $U00 in
niMUcv and a quantity cf provnoirs
1h dead bod was found pext
morciag, an inquest held by the
deputy coroner, aud it was buried, no
clew ti the murloreis having utea
obtained. Sheriff Harkiur, of the
adjoining county, mad up his mind
tr unravel tbe mystery, and played
ths role of detective with audi suc.es
ilut ia a (b rt lime be bad aecnied
mod reason for Buxpectiog Si mi son
atdBjll. Under a pieteate thHtthe
Inquest ihouli have bsen held by tbe
coroner in pirion, he bad the cody
exhumed and coniriveu io nave inem
snmmnned without any previous
knowledge on their part of tie faot.
Sluopion became teriiby agitated
nbtn sodd-inly b: ought into tbe prts
ence of bis vutim, and made a full
confession. Bell waa milsrly aff c ed,
aid also made a clean b east. Thty
wee Tied an? cscylcp.d fca fubmit-
t. d to their fate, making m at emiit
to hive tte declaim of the lower court
revets d. They tried to throw tne
bidme for the nlow itself each upin
tbe other, and endeavcred to
inplctt a white roaa earned
Lf guctt, bu'. in tbls tney were onma-
cesafnl. They sent well the Dight
be'ore the execti ion. Simpson ate a
heart? breakfast ( f bacon and bread,
bu, Bfll hrd rojappetiti for prison
fur j. 1 bey both expressed tboaieolves
a having mado their pesce with
lleavin and as being ready lor tbe
plniige into e eroity. They were a
trill a deCnt in tbe early morning,
but Rrow more pliant and submissive
ts the dread brur approacneu. i new
(call'old bad toon erected in the open
air and at I o'c'ock tbe murderers
mounted it, Parson D.tnle!B, colored,
reading a chapter from the Bili'o and
ulnging a hymn. They were asked if
they bad anything tn tay and shook
their heads at first, hut Bell afterward
f skod fjr a moment's time and insert
ed his innoi-enco. The black cap ws
then adjusti d and they were swung
off into spjee. i neir struggles were
Petroleum (Marled by tbe Karlb-quake-New
jected. Isriotii, to tub arraAL.l
TtinuiNoit am. Ai.a. September 3 A
p'ivate lefer leceived beret a'ay ftom
lt!onnt Springs, says about flit on
miles fiotn there p troleum Is Issuing
in a stream frun a fluure in tbe roca
made by the earibquue. it is repre
snnterl that there hai been a number
of tight eaers to tbe place whorouflrm
tbe reports ol tne puenornooon. me
infortua'.ion comes hi re from thorough
lu rnllahln a lurces.
A nnit hps been matured by
rittsburg paities to plant extensive
cast pipeworss tome ten nines Bon n
of town beiweea the wo ks of the
lLhanlnuilien Coal ani I'on Com
pany snd ths Woodward Iron Com
pany, wbicb concerns will furnish tbe
pig iron they will me. The Pennsyl-
VauianS propose io mass iuib tut uik
est thing of the kind In the Smth,
and expect to wcrk 4G0 men and nee
O.I mn nt iron. The names of tbe
projectors and further par iculara cf
tbetr scheme are withheld from tbe
nnhllo for the present.
A special to the Ayt from Fayette
Co'irtbouse, where the Democratic
County Convention met yfsteidav,
Runooncs the nomination of. Col
John H. Bankhead, of Fayette county,
nr Congressman Jobn M. Mar in.
This result is a good deal of surprise
here Martin lacked only 4 votes of
mni iri v of the convention on the
first oallo. Bin k head was not I bought
to have much cbsnce. Mart nbasbeen
nppossd mainly fo- bis vote against the
Morrisin bill, but by tb high protec
tionists here was nrt considered as
safe a tariff1 mm as Bankbead. Tbe
Utter was ihe choice of nearly all cf
tbe coal and iron operators, but the
vote of the county waa instructed for
Martin. Bankbead waa the last war
den of tbe penitentiary, that olllce
having been abolished by the last
LegUla'ure. The KnighU of Labor
were opposed lo him becauss they had
him identified wito tue convict labor
Bfrs. BiMllojr'a stm-owd Attempt At
luniASAPOLis, IsiD.. Sep'ember 3.
Tbe Juurnal't Sout" Bet d (lad.) spec
ial riott that M re. Emma Ma lo v.
well known all over the country as a
revivaliet and lemnerance lecturer, at
tempted to commit suicide tbis at or-
noon by urowmng. cne was rescuca
with great difllcnlly, aa ahe aae pr
sibten Ty bmt on taking her lifr. (r
soi Frank Wi B recently drowned at
La forte, and ever 8 nee she has aU
tbat life wai not worth livlop. Tbii
afternoon ebe was suffering from a
iwvii attack of sxk headache, and
had 'aken A quantity of ether. Sud
denly she ran fiom the bouse and to
tba river near by ani Jumped in.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
1 We do Xrrrhv Certify M tuptmttVh
arrangement for all the Monthly and (Juar
Uriy DratctHo of th Louvnan Suit Lotfrv
(UMtaitv. QHttii perion manaa mna ooturot
(A iJrcxrtng themieintt, and that tM Mfftf
or eonithcteit -( honetti,, atmcM and in
(rood -'atffS totrurd all i artf,and w GHtkorim
th4 Company io mm (Au T.iMear( ttith jao
timiU of our $ignaturt a'lcATi. M U
Wj. thm untitrncneH. Hnnttt emt r7nekrrs.
vitt iny a1 Priart Hmtrn in 7A. louttiana
Male fcullrrtvs wAca may o. piwwtti of our
J. l(.OOI.t:HT,lree. l a. Wnl'l Bnnlt.
A. BAi nHIN, l'ria. N. , Knt. Hk.
SPKKrKDF.M 111) ATTKACTIOS I
Orer Haifa Million Dig ributcd.
Louisiana State Lottt'i y Co.
lnenrieratel In IstRHfor twenty-five yean
b the ueirisluttir for Kilaoationnl ana
C t.rlulile I'uriiosas with eaiiital nf fl,
is,ix towhi"h a rrve fund ul ovot550,
Utrti has sinoe buen arliloii.
Uy an o.orwbMmlng popiilat vote f
fran il'i-e war mail, a part ol Ilie irose tit Si. I
OiKtitiittoa, adopted beoeiuber ad, A.t
Ittu Ctrnnd SJIiiRle Knmrrl)wn,
Intra will lake liu-e llloiiltily.
sivif. nr rotion. hook at the tolluwitH
Extraorillniiry Ouarterly Urawlng
lathe Acscieinv nt Mnsio, New Orleans,
Tnralny,Ne,lrmlM-r It, ItSH,
Under the erional supervlsiun and msn-
H.U.T. Bennriart,of Iionlslatia. and
Wru, Jubal A. Knrly.ol' Virginia. (
Capital Prize, $150,000.
SieT-NOTlCK-Tictiots nre Tu lollnrB
ouij. lluWni., Filths, 3.
MST tIK I'lil'.KS.
1 Capital I'lise of. Jl.'xi.tNM ll.MI.WO
1 llrund Prise of MM""' N'.'
1 (Irund Prise of ldMl
1 j.artre Prises of I'M""'
4 Lnriie I'risos of. n,l""l
l l'ri.-s of
Mi Prises ot M
1IKI Prisos of 3."'
Prises of 2tsi
mm I'ritei or. n
1000 Prises of. 60
ii-i-Kuxm atiiik rum.'.
100 Aiirnliiiution Prises of t-W...
Aiiprosl.niitlon Prisos of 100...
ltiO Approximation Prises of 7f...
227'J Prises, amonntlni to $522,5CC
Applloatloa for rates to elubs shoald SI
made only to the office of the Company tl
New Orleans. . , . ,
For further Information writs i elesrlyi
ivliis full address. POrTAtJTIw. E.
press lit oner Orders, or New York Karhanis
In ordinary letter. Onrreney by Kxpress lal
oareapense), addressed . .,,,
JO, m. irn . a ......
Kevr Orlraas, I a.
Or M. A. nAtipniBJ,
WiMhlsiBloss. Is. C,
arat Wewtt own Nt., Hrsnpbls.Traisi
Make P. O. Honey Orders payable.
And address Registered Letters to
EW OBMCAMB) RATIONAI. BARE
nw erinnw K.n.
Georgetown College, D. C.
TH F. ACAIseMIU AMI BlVlF.NTiriO
t'll4Ml.open Heniemoer , inoo. appij
lo President of the Co lege.
THE Nl HOOl, r M1I'IWK orens
Lovejoy, M.p.,lJ0 12th street, N. W
Washinaton, I). 0.
Til at tt' llOL rr I. aw opens on in
First Vdresday In umeoer. rpiy -o
anil. M. Yrattnan. Heo'y. corner tUh and
If. streets, N. W.. Wa-hlngton. D, 0.
JAMhrl A. IjOONAN. H. J.,Pres't.
PIITNH'iaKN ANI ! RttKONN,
HAM imoKK. MIS.
This School offers to Medina! btudenU ue-
rurpa-sed cllnlosl and othor
Meml lor a caia'"ue io .
1AN, I7 r. Ilwril alrrel.
The Bast OiVk , f Vl0t
Cheapest jS ymm W
.Commercial Colleee -KKiVT"
lll.hNl lloaor snrt Sold Mrd.l o ' c""";"l
I IK- Wrli1', S.nalllM. lor Sril.ai "I Hk.kpl
tl.aeral HaslnoM Baaeallea. eoiw '"" iv!
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Incliiillm Tuilliin. UIIun-nr "nil Bunt, slmul
Hud, TjV-Wrllls sn.l T.lnnpkr i.djllir.. S. Vs.
clKUlsrs sUUnu W. U- MMl'l II, l'it, Ualaatee.Kl.
NOTItK DAMKot MARYLAND,
Pollef late Inslitate for Yoiiim l.e- and
Preparatory School lor t.ittl' "rm, hM
lll.i, P. O , Ihroe inllss from MnKlMiorw,
Mil. Coniluned by the bisters of Moire
L'a me. Hen d lor cataloau e
Ednwortli Uoanll-R nud Day
PCUOHL for Vouna Ladles mid Utile (llrlti.
Mrs. II. P. LkFKll VHK, Pi liifipal. .
a-rnnklisi Nlrxet, Hnlllmure, Mil. The
vnili school year will bealn on Tbunday,.
. lrnil-r . Ih. m
VlroTnia Military Institute,
I 8 In full and suncersful operation and suo
X pliss Its enlsrsed eourhe ot svsiematio
Instruction at a curt much below that of .In
stitutions of like trade io this country. Ck.
oatalouiirs, adilresn ', . . .
KKANlllr . HMITII.Kiipe-ln'e'dent;.
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NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
of MUSIC Boston, Mastv.,
THI LARGCSTend BEST IQUIPPKOIr
lunsLD-limIii.luirlor,.un minimi, ImI T".r: A"V )
in iii.iruciion hi ,i.i.ii m...." - . - v
r ... . I t... kin. . i-ianorar
U BIMl IUIIn UnilM, Kiisrlleh llr.m-liM.11r
5 Tulllon. l I Ixieril siiil rmmi elth m
tlrlcl,llil,il"llirlrrm. fall Term
KJKIi,11lr.,rrauklla miBTUW, Me
R.v.n Iklafinel Danartments: AaaderaUl
Knilneerina, Uibllcal, Lew, Pharmacy;
Msdical, IlenUI. Free tuition lo sta-
denssin '1 heoloay aod Manual Tenhnoloir,
Ostalosae sent Iree oa anpllceilon lo MILS
WILLIAMS, beorotary, asllTllle, ienn.i,
hvlllr, Tenn. Real Southera
Home lor Uirls. X) Ulrls this year. A aonv.
ntartan school, ratromsea or men oi no-
eral minds lo all oburohes. llgiurpasied ia
Husio, Art and Laniriiir.
ddre. K W.
PT0 0 D
k t B 6 m An
ouir perfect aubetitui
, Invaluable in Choi
'eethlnw. A nr.-i1lut.
peptlce, Conaumptlvee, Convaleacwnta.
p.rf.oi iutrluni In all Waetlna pIssnMa.
tuqairae no oooklna. Our lions. The Car
nrj Peedlna of Infnnta, nimxl rr.e.
lXJUBKH. QuODALB CO., Boelon. ataas).
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monro end Madison, Nearly