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HOW THEY NAIL THOUGHT
BILL NTH TELL3 HOW CERTAIN EM
INENT WRITERS REALLY WRITE.
Those Who Use the Pod Alot Grow
ing Popularity of tha Typewriter and
Stenographer Marie Twain and Bis
Bill Njrc in the New York WorM.
Margnrct J. Preston dictates and lias
for tho past six years because hor eyes
liavo bocn sultering from overtaxation.
She has not relied upon her own vision,
therefore, fearing that overtaxation would
result in the loss of sight, which would
amount to overtaxation without rcpre
'Bcntalion. Will Carlotoa learnod phonography
while in college. He still uses it iu writ
ing out some of his poems, but in making
out tho bill for same U generally moro de
liberate nnd careful, doing this in long
John ti. Whillior writes out his mat tor
with n Joseph Oillott steel pen dipped in
bluing. Ho says ho does little now aside
from answering short letters.
William 8. Walsh uses a fountain pon
in nailing his thoughts to the virgin pa so.
He hates to have his trenchant pen run
dry whilst j ust in tho act of shaking hands
with a new-born thought
James Whitcomb Kiley uses a steel pen,
though in tho original draft bo writes
witn lead pencil on a pad. Ho sots up
and rides on the poncll so earnestly, fear
ing that the printer will not sot the run of
1 his remarks, that be easily makos ton or
J"hiL copies of the same MS. He also
' holds the pad on bis lap white writing,
and so one uiny read his thoughts on tho
poet's knee for days afterward. Mr. Riley
. writos very easily indeed, nnd a few weeks
at the hospital after be has written a poem
. easily coax back the smile to bis cloan-cut
features. He starts in with a brain-wave
' and keeps on at it, nover stopping for feed
or water until tbe completed poem is
i mailed to the publisher, together with a
prepaid and addressed envelope for the
return of check. It is but tho work of a
moment for him to think of a thought.
Mary Hart well Cathorwood, the author-
ess of the "Romance of Dollard," uses
pen and is very painstaking indeed. She
Is a quiet, modest little woman, whose
manners ought to shame the disagreeable
litorary Person who goes through life
filled with a nameless iov because ho
bos succeedod alone in winning bis own
Mr. F. K. Fpinner, during bis early
literary career, wiuio doing paragraph
work for tho tnited States Treasury, at
Washington, used a throe-legged quill pen
and a teacup lull ol 1'otomac mud. He
niado appropriate gestures by gently wav
ing a bright rod tongue through the aston
John C. New, while Treasurer tinder
Gen. Urant, wrote a good many things,
and his autographs, written at that period
in his literary career, command a hiith
price. He did not use tho typewriter, but
is a very svmmotrlcal ami handsome pen
man. His whiskers, his penmanship, his
beautiful family and bis unerring judir
mont us to tho proper time when a man
should be firm and stand pat are strong
characteristics ol hK
Charles Dudley Warner nover dictated
nor used a typewriter. Ho docs his own
writing and thinks his own thoughts as
they occur from titno to I i mo. He does
not object, however, to tho use of a tyje-
wrilor or a stenographer, n not taken in
innrdinato quantities. Ho believes that
in a literary work insp lrstion poiws
through tho two lingers and thumb, lie
is slud to notice also that tho antiouo
finirer nail trimmed with edging of moss-
agate is no longer a proof of great literary
Ueorge Make pace Towlo uses a stool
pen, even in composing, he says, hut hope
to see tho typewriter, or a modiJlraUpn ol
that instrument, come into general use for
library purpose. Ilo is sorry, however,
to see tho Mss. of various authors robbed
of their individuality in that way,
liichard Watson tiildcr feels very much
tho same way. He resents the "put-up-
Job appearance 01 typewritten manu
scripts, and vet be likes it because of its
clearness. Mr. Gilder is tho editor of the
Century Mtfjniint, on Krventeenth Street
' . i I i .1 i.
near rounii venue, a gwu nnu iiutibh
ing publication, terms H a year. His pa
per is a little slow in the matter ol news,
being mule up about three months ahcai
Of its publication, ihe Irnlnrw has no
telrgrnphic or Associated Press dispatches
and docs not issuo any sporting edition,
Mr. Gilder docs bis own literary work by
means of a pen. and writes a strong, ran
ulna lisml. He can return rclected MS.
in such a genilo, caressing way that disap
pointed scribblers come to him Irom liun
ilreils of miles to thank him fur bis kind'
nessaud stay to dinner with him
Oliver Optic wrote with a pen until four
teen years sgo. when he was threatened
with pen paralysis. He then bad to look
slxjut for other means of expressing; him
elf. Ho saw an -advertisement (in this
paper) in IH75, calling bis attention to n
typewriter, and at once availed utilised 01
the machine. Alter six mourns 01 use no
ild do as well w ith tho typewriter as
ths pen. and now he does not bavo to
buut around over tho keyboard for a let
ter. 80 his Mr-H. sro cleanly and oven
Lnndsomelv nreparcil in this way,
AmclioKivc writes with a trenclisn
pen. ami nuvcr dictated, except to Mr.
t'hanler, her husband. Hie iim-s a f pen
ccrian pen and writes a beautilul copy,
sruimolrical as Kdgar A. Poo's, and
fast as the peu geU so hot that It burns
hole in tho pnper and hisses when she
ticks it hito tho ink boitlo she pulls it
j out by means of a pair of tongs and puts
' in a new ono.
Kilo Wheeler Wilcox writes with a pe
and her MS. is nulls plain in one way.
That Is. it is n pretty, bho Is qulto picas
ant ami genial, unless ono treads on tho
tail of her coat. fclie then writes or speaks
with Hashing ryes and distorted nostrils In
clarion tones, At such times, If tho were
to use Ihe typewriter, it would suuud liko
a xylophone trying to convince a law
mower of the error of its way.
It use Terry Cook says she has wiitten
with a gold pen on linen paper, holding
tho dip on her knee, all tlirouuli her lit
erary carocr, and sh has been writing for
forty year. Mia says so iieraoii. now
few of us authors are willing to coino out
and state over our own signature that w
have been on tho road so long. Aside
from Hos Terry Cooke, 1 may aslely say
that John O. Whittier and I are almost
alone In freely acknowledging our age.
Adirondack Murray dictate to a type
writer, and bos for fifteen year. Ho dic
tates from twenty to thirty word per min
uto w hen ho is feeling well and his thinker
la frolicsome. He does not require
stenographer, but pours bis soul iuto tho
front teeth of a typewriter and receives
bis copy, riie for the printer.
Kdimr Kaftne says that the critic accaso
Mm ol writing by means of a lexicon, but
be claim that such l not the case, lie
write with bis nerve on plain paper.
M. Zolft write "I shall mbcule one
mall moment from my diminutive leisure
to aay that 1 writ what you shall call my
opso.ua literary worsswun my own nsn
with the co-operation of the pen. The
thought also are my own thought. They
pay me first reto. They are not used yet
much as text books u the schoo Is as I
might wind, but they rcmuneruto me first
no. I write ray manuscript in French
lirst. It is pure French; that is, it is pure
'or French. I keep my vocabulary in the
asement with chloride of lime on it when
shall not want to be using it. I agree
ith M. Anthonv Comsln.-k that the nen
Is smuttier than the sword."
lUchard Hcnrv Htoddard s:ivs bo has
been compelled to use the hand of an
other in tho past, because of impaired
eyesight, but prefers the pen and bis own
gin naud when his eyes will permit.
urauder Matthews does all Ins writing
ith a stylovraphio pen. but all important
ork, like plays ami stories, he puts in
typewritten form before it goes to tho
printer, uud revises cousnJeriiblo even
Theodora Koosovolt uses a pou. but is
liable most any timo to adopt the tvpe-
riter. Ho interlines a great deal, but
uses a Remington In illustrating his work,
.Mrs. Turlington writes that slio lias
never seen a typewriter in her whole life.
ISlio has been ablo to make errors enough
with her pen without sockini her sen
tences full of $$ and other typographical
brick-or-brack. After the breakfast dishes
nro washed sho salt the cow. sots tho
bread so that at evening it may come olf
t no nesi with a group ol littio rolls, and
then gives a tow minutes tosilsnt thought.
Then boiling down a hundful of maple
bark and inserting a Iiltlu vinoinir iuto it.
she prepares a fresh supply of ink. fclto
now uriugs uown a pen irom oeuinu tue
clock and wiping the perspiration from her
imwtiir brow, by means of her aprou, she
Mark Twain is not above using the pen.
Ilo smokes a pipe whilo working. Jt 11
not a strong pipe, but yet there is some-
thing about it wiiich encourages people to
let him alone while be is smoking, doing
what littio business they have on hand by
means of the telephone. When bo does
not feel well be fasts. Many other authors
do that way also, but they go without
food generally in order that their pub
lishers may have pie six times a day and
sweet cakes lor breakfast. Mr. Clemens,
however, being himself a publisher, is en
abled to cat oltener than an author who
1 dependont Another advantage of this
system is that it enables Mr. Clemens, the
publisher, to reject the manuscript of
Mark Twain, the author, if he thinks licet,
ithout hurting tho author leclings.
Mr. Clemens is the Vandeibilt of litera
ture, and doe much good bv means of his
wealth. He looks cross, but behind a
frowning countenance he bides a smiling
face. Possibly I am a little mixod in the
auovo quoiuiiuu, as l mm writing una uu
board the train, andsoineovcrscalous pas
senger has taken awav the "itead and lte-
turn" copy ol tlieUililo, lorgetting to bring
it back. This leave mo practically hclplcn
when 1 desire to quote Irom the Scriptures.
When you suhVr from dyspepsia, heart
burn, malarml aueetlons, kuliiey ill-cure.
liver coiiin lalnt and oilier wu-iiinr uiwsm-s.
Vtlu-n yuil wish to enrich t lie blood ami
purify the system generally. When youwiii
to remove all fi-vliiiin of wenknew, weari
ness, lack of energy, try a botlle of Ilrown'i
Iron Hitters, and see how grcaliv It will
hrm-lit vou. It surpasses all known rem
edies as an enrirlier of the blood, and a per
fect regulator of the various bodily luuc-
Uoiia, Ak your ilruggtsis.
To vary tho monotony of conversation
that the wot and warm weather at present
monopolize, wo give some items that will
serve as an interesting topic, lor this day,
at least Hero thev are:
6.000 YAKiM of plaid and checked nain
sook at Jc a yard.
1,000 HcHtBnl r While Uoods Equally
Indies' linen cape collars, slightly soiled,
3c each, worth loc, 20c, and ixit
BcmaaM mt l.f lmbrl4rl
100 dozen all linen extra size damask and
buck towels, 17c esrh, worth, all over cre
ation, (3.00 and 1.50 a dozeu.
Tant.Wld DUarbM DSHII Ud,
Prrss (loops: If you want new dresses
doa't wait w are selling them now at
price that preclude the possibility ol lower
llk'tire. Think ol buying neat, desirnnie
and serviceable dress goods at .V. 71c. 10c
and U'lc not a vard ol tlieso that did not
cost more to make.
A Table tf t la I'silfmrsiw'
Nothlni but clioiro carmcnls. cambric
row ns. voko of Torchon lace, chcmiM-s
isndsomulv trimmed -ut s inaro and
round not a tarnicnt worth less than
tl. V). choice to,Uy. tiSc.
IlXkiT imi-oiitki) hrench woven corset
two lots nearly all sizes your size,
surely, 700 bouos, worth f 1. 00, today, f 1.07.
All 0r l aira !. ai.Se f aravta today
Calico wrappers, Huhhard, Prince and
am fine. Ilouuced. only O'.pc. ijiiios wnno
lawn wrappers, fi.irj. t iniaren s jersey
blouscn, li'.ac. Children's lawn, pique and
gingham dresses, groatly reduccil.
THQ J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
Tr was fully proved bofore a comioilteo
of the Massachusetts Ix-iiislattire that the
courses of instruction al Ihe New I'ngland
Conservatory of Music compare favorably
with those of FuropcanCouM-rvotoricsand
that students sr as thoroughly taught in
America as abroad.
Tut employe of the Memphis A Charles
ton Itailroad will have their first snnusl
basket picnic at Moscow, Tenn., Friday.
June 21. Those favored with ticket will
plvoso be at the depot at 8 o clock a.m.
I). Ik Mosiohd, Chairman.
(Hair lr4 Kar
And nig pork at A. M. Worthtm ii Ca's,
Lo Mum stroeu
Mr. J. C Aran net Is no longer connected
with us, ami I not authorized lo collect
any money duo us.
Lti Dan. A Co.
KaearalVM t tallfaralaa lb SJarlb-
The Iron Mountain Route will this
season hay on sale special round trio tick
ets to sll points in California, Colorado,
Utah, Oregon and Washington Territory
at iU ticket ofllce, .100 Main street
Pamphlets, guides and reading matter
cheerfully furnished on spnlicstion.
11. ii. Wilsok.
Passenger and Ticket Agent
Tssi'S your life in th Connecticut Mu
tual. T. M. Galbrealh, agent, 10 Maditoo
flYE I nR Ell IViriRFn
A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT ON
PRATT MINES ROAD.
A Train Loaded With Workmen i Do-
ralled by Running Over a Cow, Killing
Two Outright and Injuring About On
Special Plspstrh to The Appeal.
lb km 1 nu 11 am, Ala., Juno !!, A rail
road wreck, causing tho death of two men
and the injury of about 100 others, oc
curred at Pratt Mines this morning on tho
road of tho Tennessee Coal, lion A Kail
road Company that lends from tho town
out to Slopo No. 2. It seems that every
morning about 0 o'clock a train is ruu
from tho company ollice in the town out
to 1 ho mines to accommodate the miners
and others who work at tho mines, Tho
train start out and runs slowly, taking on
the mutt along the line at nearly every
house, and crossing, Ik-fore it readies ilie
mine it usually has about -00 or 8(H)
men on board. This morning tho train
started out from tho ollico 011 timo. It
consisted of three passenger cars, several
ore cars aud ono or two cabooses. The
engine was attached to the rearof tho train
and was pushing the cars forward. While
running at tho rato of ten miles an hour
the train struck a cow King on the track
and six car were hurled down nn embank
ment. Walter licasly and Honrv Mc
Canlev. carpenters, wero killed, and
probably 100 men were injured, somo ol
them having limb broken. None of the
injured will die.
No WELL reiriilated bouts-hold should do
without a bottle of Anpjstura llitleis, tho
world renowned appetizer und invigorator.
lleware of countei leils. Aik for the genuine
article, manufactured by J. (J. 11. r-u-gcrt A
Til ' r Urors Ml orra.
New York, Juno 18. In the Harlem
Police Court today George F. Ktorrs, son
of the late Emory Storrs, of Chicago, was
again charged with sending an obscene
letter to bis wife. The defense is that the
letter was a privileged communication not
sent through the mails. The caso will be
continued on Friday.
mil Again Met
Sighed Tom to bis beloved. He knew not
what irave her such a charm In his eves.
Her toe III, preserved I'V Hozodoiit, which
she had used (mm lirliiiMMl, did his busi
ness. Phc held her lover by virtue of tsozo-
A TragMly at Harao Mara.
Ct'TTK, M. T., Juno 18. At a borso race
Sunday at Silver Lake, a mining camp
near Anaconda, r'calep Perry, a prospectur.
fatally shot William McCoy and slightly
wounded Fd ISaxter and J. Trevel. The
assassin then mounted his horse, standing
near by, and made his escape to the
mountains. A sherilf's iosso aro in pur
suit. Tho shooting grew out of an old
feud about some mining property.
Ad lr I Molbrr.
Wm Wliwlnw'i k'tliliK hymn lu,ul I lwv ha
na-l l,,r 1 lit iln-u Us ui in. 11 Mmiim ihriii L
M'lteiM llii- iuiiis IUii nil siln, rur.-s aitel mllcv
sail la lliv tot rvuitslv (nr iltuilua. a bouta.
A Tralai amlit by si floorf.
Wn.i.iAMsiunT, l's., Juno IS. The
water in Lycoming Creek was very lii-li
yesterday on account of recent rains uud
bridges ton and nineteen oil tho Northern
Central IUilway havo been taken olf. The
Nisirara express north yesterday wiu
caught between tho two hridi- and was
not able to go on or return. An extra was
sen! from here to Iraiisier the p:i'ii.i-rs.
I he evening train north did uot s';irt Iruiu
Tlis well known sireiiulheiilng properties
01 Iron, roinliiiirit Willi other tonics ami a
lunM ts-rlecl nervine, are loiiml In I arler s
I roll rills, w liirh slreiiKlheii llin nerves ami
body, and iniprova ilia blood and tout
pleiion. f baaxllvr Will aarrrrtl lllmsrl .'
Comoiiii, N. II., June IH. The Senafo
this forenoon took a ballot for I'niU d
Mates Njustor which resulted as follows:
Ma rr lliiiirham C Wm. K. Chiiudler IH.
Mr. C handler was declared tho choice of
tli Scmito. In Ihe House a viva voce
vote for I nitcd Male S-nator n-sulted:
I. Knowle I, J. II. Gallinger I, l.uther
F. McKay 3, Harry Hinglisiii Mi, illisio
K. Chandler ViS. Mr. Chandler was de
clared the choir of tha House.
In (lie sick room I'lstt' Chlorides, the
odorless Uisinlectant, Is Invalualilo.
BEAOTIFUL CHAUTAUQUA LAKE.
Lakawood. Nw York.
The moat beautiful resort in America;
situated on the maia lineof Ihe New York,
lake F.no V N rslern lUilroad, at like-
woo-l. N. Y., inidwsy Ix-twcen Cincinnsti
and Sew York City; the highest nsvii;nbl
water in the I nilml hluti-s; over l.4i'r
slwve the level of W" sea an 0O, Mil
liiulier than iJike l.rle. Wcathu -nuU no
nmliiria; no moaquitoea. Iloti-U es-n
Juno 1 lo October I. Itound tiipfare from
Cinrinnsti 1 1 . ''"; ess I returning until
October 31. lie sure your ticket rend via
New lork. I.ake r.rie Wiwtcrn Kuilrosil
from Cincinnati, aa this I tlm only lino
running solid liaina. Pullmsn PalacrCnr
thmugh lo the like. 'Jonnsts' lickela on
aslo at all largo stations. For further In
formatitn please apply to ticket sci-nis o
rounertimt lines, or lo II. t . Ilolobirl,
I ii vision Passt-nxer Agent, No. VJ West
Fourth street, Cincinnati, O.
it arMoyrn it th U or rnroma.
And II stimulate sod promote tb gnj'tth
cf the hair.
Puruell Flavoring tx tract ar the
ftaapbla (arrla Wsrks,
No. 81 ASO B.1 MaPISOM fsTBIXT,
Repairing and Uuihling Fine Vehicles,
When out (hopping don't forget to call at
t-loyd A Mooney for lunch or their d
liclous ice cream.
Brbadnlaa af Mbla A barlra-
Nieht Train Usves Memplila at 10
o'clis k p.m., arrives at Washington at
n'rlm k a.m.. New York 2 o'clock p.m
lloston (I o clock p.m. I'sy Train l-rave
Memphis al 10.:k) o'clock p.m., arrive at
Washington at 10:40 p.m.. New York 0..W
am., lloston a -lU p.m. I unman nee-re
to Washington on both trsins, via i.yncn
Tliat vonr irroccr elves you "0ark" Vln
evar aud take no other. Your health de
pends upon iu
Tb IsSlssi babrr !.
Chicaho, It.U, Jun !, A special ill
natch from Pt Paul, MinnM mvk II.
troops sent to the eceno ol the rej or.ed ln
disn outbreak at Mills Uc, broke camp al
Mora and returned to Fort Knelling but
nlifht. Th latest courier from th reserve
krr.not.t Unas to Mora at noon that tbe
I ndisns hsd sobered off and were not In
cllned to mske lurtlier trouble. The ep-
DQiiraDce of the troops bad A wholesome
effect in intimidating them, and for this
reason tho expedition was not altogether
useless. The scared settlers li.ivo regained
courage and are returning to their homes.
It is likely that tho arrest of Wadena, tho
voting buck who shot Magnunon. will bo
left to the liitod States .Marshal nnd bin
deputies. There 19 ft question, unsettled
even in tho land ollico and Interior lie
payments, whether tho land belongs to
tho Government or to tlio Indians
whether it is a reservation or not. lis
trict Attorney ISaxter is in communication
with the Washington authorities, anil
when 'a decision is reached in Wadena's
case it will bo imporiunt as indicating tho
future policy of tha Government regard
ing the ownership of tho land. The In
dians, threatened with the loss of their
possessions, have grown bitter toward tho
Government and tho whites, Imt they are
held in check by a provision iu tho treaty
which secures them their rights. When
they sold tho bulk of the reservation
twenty-three years ngu a trcatv was
signed, giving tliem tho right to live on
the reserve as long ii they are nt peace
with the w hites, and they kniw that any
organized attack an the sellers would bo
un excuse for taking tho land.
TUB WUITWORTH TRIAL.
Araumont In the Cass Deglns A
Special Plspntrb lo Tho Appeal.
Giikknvii.i.k, Miss., June IS. If thcro
is anything unstable about tho Grcenvlllo
courthouse, a very largo nuinlier of citi-
zens incurred tho risk throughout tho day.
The attendanco to listen to the argument
Iu tho Whitworth ca0 .was larger than
ever, and tho day being extremely warm
tho atmosphere was oppresi-ivo. Among
those who occupied seats within tho in
closure wero Mrs. Whitworth, wifoof tho
prisoner, with her family; Mrs. Ivy and
her voting children, widow of ouo of th
men killed in the tragedy; Mrs. Ashton,
widow of tho other victim, wilh two chil
dren, toverul other Indie were present.
The instructions to tho jury having been
agreed upon, District Attorney Parish
oiHued tho case for tbe 8tato in a concise
and well selected address, in which
be carefully analysed tho testimony
and insisted on the guilt ' of
he prisoners. Col. Parish spoko
for nlKiut an hour and a half, concluding
ust iu time for tho dinner tvee. In tho
afternoon the caso for the defense was
oiiened by Mr. Gwin, of Lexington. This
gentleman enjoys a high reputation as
skillful and indefatigalilo advocate. Ilo
has been in delic.ilu health while In Orcou-
villo. His defense of his client was ikiw
crful and impressive, but it told uihiii his
physical strength, lie discussed tho evi
leucc minutely and thoroughly, lorinulut
ng on tho explanation ol the course ol
Whitworth and the two defendant.
Hubkin and Mclx-nu. Mr. Gwin spoko
tor an hour ami lifty miuutes, and was
listened to with tho closest attention
thioiighotit. Ihocaseol tho Mate was
next taken up by ex-Judgo Wynn. This
is the first iiuHir:nnt case in which the
Judge has taken part since In retirement
li.nu tho bench. Ilia exposition ol the
law and the lucls was very emphatic, and
cannot fall to enhance his reputation. Ho
s oke for neatly Iwo hones, concluding at
o clock p in. llio art uiaenls were re
sumcd at H o clock p. nl , S. Ii. toleuiau
speaking for Ihe dcfclino.
Ilia Indian CoiNislnlaiirn.
KiiM.sc A.i:s v. Dak,, June 1ft.
lMiring the council yt sterdity the Com
miwioners u-cvive.i a letti-r 11 "in a man
named Godfrey, who is 1 'cottsldere 1 the
seial adviser of lied Cloud, asking that
further council at this agency besiispemled
until the arrival ol ex-todil'i lusiH-clor
PolliH'k. A reiKirt l In circulation that it
has Is-cn stiggeste I Iu tho Indians that tho
money lo lie rcieivctl in payment for
bones undi r the provision ol the present
bill should lie tin ned over to Pollock III
payment for scivico rendered or lo he
rciiilered these Indians, litis morning
1 ten. t rook will have a coiili-rence with
lied Cloud. Young-Man-Afraid, No Flesh
and other prominent chiefs as well as half
breeds and squaw men. The Indians havo
been signing since 8 o'clock. Progress is
slow, but considering tho dilllcutlies, any
progress is encouraging.
I'll KIN uTwuiOUT.
Journalist and Writer.
NcwspaixT arliili-a of all kinds written.
letters, essuivs, reports, circulars, etc,
written or arranged for publication,
hpecche preiian-il, des'riptiv articles.
advertiaeiiicllls, local notices; any kind o!
articles, from a love-letter lo a chnlle Hire,
or from a sermon lo a tliesler party writ'
ten. All communications atnclly ronll
lenlial. Addn-aa, care cf business ollico of
cither daily paper.
CnfortuDal Killing of an Innocont
Mi'M-ATiitr, la., Juno 1M.-F.dwar
Wise, the seventeen year old son of Pho
tographer Wise, of Wilton, was shot Fun
day night on leaving Ihe homo of Miss
Carrie Warren, on whom bo bad lccti
calling, j ho shooting Is thought to imvo
resnlti d from mistaken Identity. William
rulver, who waits on the elder .Miss War
ren, had a quairol during tho day with
a party of intoxicated r.nlroud employes nt
Moscow, lour Pule llolll lilon. It
supHxsi that these men llreil 011 iko
Dunking lilin to to I iiikt. iiio is
snl Warren fnmilie are highly respect
sbln, and I ulver U-ars a g'H l n pul.ilion
1 he shooting ha caused gn-at excitement
and should the gulltv men Isj cnpture
they will bo roughly dealt wilh. Wimi is
still in a precarious condition.
Ik l.albvran aad.
PlTTSiifBd, Pa., Juno IH. To-lsy's se.
sioii of tho I.iithoran Hynisl was devoted
to Ihe consideration of thoaflairs of tho
board ol publication. Tin' secretary' re
port showed net asset ol ? 'V-M. I'l. am
sales of kl,:F.ll.4i. Ihe ninnlsr of Sun
dsy-li'sl tNiriiMlicals ordered tor tho
mouth of May was '.'Ol.H'V), making an ag
gregnt during the 10 years of abou
4,(l,0O0. The Itov. F.ll Hither, I). I.
and the Itov. H. A. Iloliuan, 1'. I'., were
apHintel repreannlativcs of th h'ynod
In the 1 ublicsllon Nx iely.
- SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
HLEO-AlSrT CLOCKS, BIROILTZES. ETC.,
W Ar Determined to Oraatly Iloduoe la th Next Few Wks by
OITITERINGr- A.T VERY LOW PB-IOES
Our Stock U Entirly Too Larg for th Beuoa. Call at Onoo ad Oot rirat Oholo n4 a Bargsia
MTULFQRD'S. - - 294 MAIN STREET
AND most powerful alterative Is
Ayer's Sursapurtlln. Young aud
old aro ulike beuullied ly its use, For
S tlio eruptive diss
rases peculiar to
1A - c iso is so eneciivo
f v?w,5 V agreen.
A -:Hiiq V b'u Havor makes
7;)1!WL it easy to admin-
YlM V ,8,cr-
7' l lXilMl "My Utile bey
LJ'jJ'S'yJ 'llld laru'ii seroln.
JXt..'iij- 1 uhers en Ills
v!,&ijJJvfy peek nnd throat
.-..', . from which ho
' V '"Herod terribly.
' Two physicians
attended Mm, but bo grew coiiiliuuilly
worse under their rare, and everybody
expected he would die. I had lieaid (
the reiiiarUable cures effected by Ayer'a
hursiiparill.i, nnd decided to have my
1h- tiy it. Bhoitly utter he began to
take ilils medicine, Ihe lileeis com
Ineiieeil healing, nnd, litter Using several
bottles, he w as entirely cured. He Is
now as healthy mid strung as any loy
e l his age." William F. Dougherty,
"In Slay last, my yonngost child,
fourteen nioni lis old. Vegan to have sores
gather on Us head ami body. We. ap
plied various simple remedies without
avail. The. sores Increased In tuuulier
nnd iliseliarged copiously. A physician
was culled, but tho sores continued to
multiply until In a tew months they
lieiu ly covered thiichild's head and body.
At last we begun tha use of Aer' Har
snparilhi. In a (nw days a marked
change for the belter was manifest. Tho
sores assumed a more healthy condition,
tlm discharges were gradually dimin
ished, and Ii 11 nit V reased altogether.
The child Is livelier, Its skill Is fresher,
and its nppotlto hctlcr than we h ob
served for months." Frank M.Ciilttlo,
Long Point, Texas.
' The formula of A ver's Barsnpnrllla
presents, for chronic diseases ol almost
every kind, tho tiest remedy known to
tlis "medical world." I). M. Wilson,
Til. I)., Wiggs, Arkuiisus,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowll, Mass.
l-rleafli li Urtlks.SJ. Worth i bollla.
Are ihe safest, surrst anil nr"tlesl
verrtable rrmrdy In lh world for all
UiiicaM of ihe Stomach and Uver, '
Ttirr clean lh lining! of Stoma, Ii and bowels
tteduce roiiKeslion in all Ihe organs,
1 leal Irnl.ilrd ami ricilrd purls, 1
I'mmolf healthy action snj kweet tecietlons,
Correct Ihe tula and cure bllimunrst,
M ike pure blood and give II (ire How,
llim end nutriment lo every srl. x
Do not till to send (of lr. SchemVl orw
and admir.ille Irr.iiii on Ihe l.unc. lh
Liver.snd lh Momsch. wilh Iheir ilixair
and cure. Il uliuiid In tn-rllrtit infortna
tlon, suit will give you Idr.is atmul Ihesa
vit d ort; ui an I the laws ol hcalih Jou never
bad belor. Sent Ires.
PUHCLY VCOCTABIC. M
mn (or s.ile by alt DniKgists. Vull pcinlnl
diretliorit "sub ruh p i,kn:. Address sll
rcimiaunl. U'"ri 10 I r. J. II.SjicuikA bun,
Ptulalel,!, Pa. '
Rkk Uas.k.4is 4 rsllataall UMtmk'M tort
d.nl la t l-Hima auiaof ! j-m.urli ss
liaUaM. I.hm. PrastuasM. Ii,lns altar
alias. 11 la iu SiOk U V iols ibairaioat
raa-atSaUassMraa Lm bora ihuaa uiauiag
riill Tlntrit.)sfirttf'"- piinniTMitl
onitiif UtKiiyiiircniiipatiitl.uir lit j U
r fTM'iniisrUfftribaiiisTMs hninU(il.
iifff ttiiiilbl '1itrwsMlufjrMiiUltol. btilf-ifii-D-atal;
tijirrwrsvim untainl h"l '! lh'
Wlintsnoairi lWni will Uu4 lb llHrs pU I
m itntir 1UI Otr will t" It !
4114 loUtfiiiibuut lUrin. Hiilttfivr kllvlcli -4
la tli tan nf as manf llvaa ttail bar la tir
wanalsaaf fraal Iwaat, IMt bills cure II aliil
ailiia su Hoi
( alra lulls Uf Pills irssrt amsll aa
v-rv av In uka. aa or la vtlls aisssa Ai.
Iiijt aisairtrilf ai,laaail do ! 'H-s "
I ut 1. Lul bv u.rtr mi ariioa plimM sll rhs
aatn.iM In ft.l.l enla j Sva Iff II. Sold
ti druga laatary wlM-ra, ar sent b mail.
CARTIII MEDICINE CO., Niw Y.Hj.'
Ssalil Ss-llh, SrDtei
rfasM I A 1 1 1 1 l s si t mm.
I Mrh-Ut brMlrttll'.,Mt4lMa,,ilaMf
l' . , 7'rlaases asj asauMm ISt ka
J. I sj I'tuwini-s a luswri,.,! a.wwih.
V? v' xNim Fails Ja Nasiara Gray
- J ps.fsl'lMil s.-l k.h 1.
,-.if r , i 'ii I-,-1" '
TUB r RESENT
v sis ;;a iuh:kp iiiirs. a
At cA astir.'S'sr.r. Ak
T,"i sV lit '' r.r
I fTT Wh9, , T , 1. V
I la tor fc-ws i r'" MsSaaa.e.
Sf4 Ff 9m Nf .r.H. s.,,4 4. , r.
n, .............. -n.u.re. 1 .ji-" .
-"N. r rrtoM, -..t iv.iHia iil.
F. OZANNB & CO.
S'H 1 lasiwyTSHrtaj
281 Second St.,
R. L Cochran St Co.
SAW AND PXiANTNO
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shmglos, Flooring,
JS - jmmT" "ia -..--. a-, i.j l.r mm.:, ir O
O aiaa'siiaitJlrK UfwamiiiiaSlMi I 0
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
Statetnont of Ita Condition at th Oloao of Bualnesa Monday, May 20, '80
HiUt Kxi lisnc
Iauiis iiiiiI liin nnnts
HUn ks nnJ llnmls (Ir.a than Inaikot rli'
Kurnlturv nn.l Hxturos.
T reunify of U. H. (.luu.ilutcl currency fur reileinntiun)...,
fiulivl.lol I'mlila (net)
MvulciiJ No. II (huluuc uiiaitl)
fTThls ItnnV openeil Its .tivirs fur Inislnrss Mny 21. Il'l, la a TVprnllnrf for Ihe Htst
of Teiinri e, truu-UiH a vcmrsl bunking business, ninl gives uc, Ul atn-ntioii to collet
tiuiis. J. H (.iH'WlS. I'rrsiamL
J. M. l.ouliHAi:, ii-o rrrai0iit
... f. II. 11 AIM! Ca-hUr.
R Turlor. of Tiirli-jr . WrlliU
iliivin, of M ovin ,V l'i.
N. KiilK ol tl. Kails A IV.
M. Nrlami, n( Nsl-.u A U vlns.
It. Hinis. ol T. It. Hints A Co.
1'.. II. Wilkinson, of Koikvry, WilLlnsmi
J. M. (Mxxllur. tit Cliw illiir A (
V. I. Ainli-rmni, 1'n-a'l Au.lrraoii I fist Co.
I lias. Kiirv.
V. II. Kemifilitv. H.-, retsrv Citiri
Manliallan Savings Bank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $ioo,ooa
f llnnstier. Pol rolrman.
J. (I. llaiiJaerksr, llsnlalf IVrrS,
D, I. Il.i'lileu, Jsmsi Nalliaii,
L. Levy, K. L. UuUbaum, J no. M.
D. f. HsJJrii, rrmUrnt. J no. W. Cochran, Vlrs-rtxsMeiit us. Kalhaiv, Caiblth
WE nrrri VK nKrOSIT In Rums of
est nn si, ma a.-ml annnally. We have Cxrellviit Faiillllm fur lisri'llln
ISVhIMi:.NT IH IV I H i nl the trunsv
We hav Inn riirrlriire ami ample rupllal, to.rrllirr with an honoralile rwoM. anil tli
Oitiier ami Trusiea orlially Invito busiiits from all clos-a, cuJ mil enJoaior lo man I
Hi luuflilonre So lung rt p ej in llinu.
FXCHANOP. FOU WAtrT OM TUP PBIVCtPAT. CITIFS OF RltWOPie, .
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
B. . FLY.
FLY, IIERRON & IIOBSON.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
No. 822 and 324 Front Stmt Vemnhfs. Tenn.
XUMI BROIL, of Dome, lCa.
LAXtOS 8TOCK 07
E. I. BUTLER.
Tinware, Lamp3, Cutlery,
HEW "PERFECTION" REFRIGERATORS
RELIABLE" Vapor, Oil and Oa
Stoves, Water Coolers, Filters, lee
Cream Freezers, Fly Fans, Fly
Trapa, Fruit Jars, Jelly Classes.
Wlro Doors and Window Eorecna tj
bkxi) rou run k list.
Calling and Cadar Posta.
bi,M 12 t
4 414 71)
2. XO tsl
.$ 4n,ono po
,. J4,7;iOJ-. 4,T7tlO.
John A nn Weal, of A rrnfstral A LunJo.
II. I (inium Ural K.talo Dtuli r.
A. W. Si-wxini, of Laaliorn A Xcjuw
J. R. liMlsrln. ol J. IL UmUiu A C a.
V. I'. liiuant, ol Puiisvant A Kel'y.
Amlrrw J. Harris, i.f Moors A Hnrria.
J. M. fJinlili, of Mmili r, ruiilli A t'. ao4
Trail iln '.
If. K. I .iltili, nf J If Tofflll .t Cn.
ns' ami A Is., Arlltu'toii Insiir.iiMt- Co.
Juhn W. Cocbwa,
J. A H jMnaou,
rrlsrs, C. N. Urosruor,
ONE D'.lt.t.AIt and OpwsH. anl en-ail Inter.
ii Mrlctljr Urst-ClaH
lion ol any lluslnass of a Flnsmlat Ciarsrrr,
All Kin. I. Ammiinlnn. Iiim H1H Cul'arf,
D.I.M.IS. Il.lilns lac N I lira, Sirta. rl,v
412 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS. TEN Va
Maiiufariiirl'ie an l l(p,sirli( di.na Iu r,rlclaa)
trtamif-r an.l lali.la II. B anrmlili.t
A fif f-.r Ilia 4i.-riHllr A JrflVf Haa 'S
k'a Olal.ralad lllrklaa, lilrjrtl.a an 4
rseml f.f raUl'ia
r. u. o&n.Kn.