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VMM ?li ll KAILIIUAII IH8/VSTKK.
A l'amender Train Jitiii|tN Hi? Track ?*"<1
Cradifn Through n Three-Story thick ituiid
UH-Bnglueer Killed ?u?i Twelve Ker???
WASJIUNQTOM, August 18.--Trolu Nu. A
ou thc Baltimore and ohio railroad, com
lng from tho West, duo lu i' Bl 0 20 A. M
carno thundering imo (hu oily over Metro
polltan Brauch to day. and at a curve neill
ly a mlle away from Ibo "X began blowing
"down brakes!" For tome reason the
brakes were not put down. Tho air brakes
it was stated, did uot work, aud Ibo cn
uincer began blow lug bis distress whistle
for brakemen to put oil thc regular brakes.
Either the brakemen did aol heed Ibo sig
nal or it was not given in lime to bo ol USC.
Thc train. Hy tog III a frightful rate, carno
thundering down towards tho . harp curve
at tlio V. On thc south side of ?bc Y. In a
little corner made by t he intersection nf the
tracks, was localed tl railroad signal tower,
a brick structure three stories high, whore
railroad men arc employed lo reun?ate sig
nais and switches al tllO \ . When the
train turtled the sharp curvo of tho Y with
fearful headway, tho C ar* behind the engine
tlew Ihi! track and smashed into the signal
lower, and in un instant lhere was a wreck
which for confusion has seldom been
equaled in railroad annals. Tho engine
WOS dragged from the track and ploughed
through dirt and mud a distance of 150
feet and rolled over. There it lay. giving
forth its steam and hot w der ill great jets.
Near tho engine lay Hamilton Broslus, ike
engineer, crushed and dying, and his lire
man w illi several bones tanken. I? hind
the engine was a SCOIIC of panie and con
fusion. Ono car w*ns crushed and neat h
buried undi r the tracks and tho timbers ol
the demolished building. Two sleepers
and one passenger coach remained on tho
track. The mail, express and baggage cars
were rolled ovor and their sides crushed ill.
A tile alarm was sounded, w hit h brought
thc Uro department and police lo Ibo seine.
Ambulances were hurriedly sent for, and a
corps of physicians came, summoned from
ovory directum, Many injured passengers
were removed and taken lo neighboring
houses, lu this way eighteen or twenty
people were gol out ot thc wu k. Some
of them were only slightly injured, while
others sn Ito red willi bones broken and
bodies badly bruised andi ut. In the up
per lloor is an observatory, where Wm.
Baxter, a railroad si. . .'. mau, w as at work.
On thc ground llooi . soph Haley, a young
man employed by the railroad company,
was engaged cleaning lamps Baxter, real
izing thc Impending danger in lime, gave a
Shout lo Haley and leaped lo.tn thc towel
(0 tho ground, breaking his arin and Was
badly shaken up. Hidey below, however,
was buried in llicrulusol tho house. \Vhen
ho \vus disinterred ii was found that tim
hers had lallen su as to protect him fron
thc tons of brick and mortar above him
Ho was badly flightened and bruised am
blinded by lime and plaster.
rm; sunn OK ".\,\.M!\ KAT."
How lt. ii. Blllolt Tried to Moke n Social Uiieei
ur lier II ixl Kittled,
The New Yolk Herald says Not loin
since there was a brlel notice tuinouiiohi)
the death of "Mrs. t? enera I lt. B. F.lliotl,
wife of tho lulu negro congressman who, i
few years ago, to ?K SUI li nil active part ii
South Carolina polities. Possibly no wo
man of the prefect century has experience!
such a sudden change from i to ii _:< nee h
opulence or lias risen so quickly in du- so
cud seale. She was owned by a Itu n i ly ii
Columbi.s. C. Her natue was Nancy
but on account of her plump ligure, sin
hore the Suggestive appellation ol Naticj
Fat. She was un ninftiblc, humble creature
Happy and indolent, villi no ambition oi
pride of character, she was as contentci
while engaged at Mn- lUOht menial toil i ll
drudgery, as w hen, arrayed in fiUltastii
and gaudy attire, she dane, d us bebe of tin
shucking*;. During the period ot Uepubh
can rule, Elliott while in Columbia wa
puo afternoon tl riv lug behind hlssplondii
pair of bays. Ho w as dressed tn hi* usun
style <d" black broadcloth and lavender kn
gloves. Al the coiner of one of the stree!
he saw a picture Hitit prov, tl io he thc kc;
to his destiny, li was "Nancy Fat." Sh"
had just drawn a lau kel of waler from lin
pump, and it wa* balam i I on her turbaiici
head, thc crystal drops trickling dow n he
brown face and nee!;, and she laughci
good naturedly, lier skirls were tm KU
high, and lhere waa tl g< tu oms display o
bare fei l and ankles. Thc elf cet Was in
stantaneous, and the congressman in broad
cloth was hopelessly tiifuluntcd with Hu
merry. Ignorant WtllCl earlier. Thens;;';
was a speedy courtship and marriage. Tin
transformation was wonderful ns it wu
sudden. From (ho washtub and thc cook
lng stove she became mistress ol ti maguili
cent home bu one of thc fashionable stn eli
of Columbia. Flllott was a man ol brillia!)
intellect and unbounded ambition, lb
was one <d' I ho leading spirits of thc Ucpob
can party, and wa* regarded ns ono ot' lin
most Intelligent negroes who was ovci
know n in tho Soul li. He was from Boston
.Mass., ho was tl linishcd scholar and a sue.
CCSSful lawyer. His alliance with the un
tutored Nancy caused general surprise,
Yet she was received l>3 his friends willi
courtesy and kindness, Ono day I was
passing her house in company willi hoi
tonner mistress, w hen we espied a Blghl
that was droll and amusing. Beside n
marble fountain surrounded by rarooxolict
sat .Mrs. Elliott, she was arrayed in II
COStUmO of most (\l reine elegance. Peep
ng beneath her skirts of amber satin WC
plainly saw her hare brown feel. As sin
saw us she quickly tucked them mah r hoi
skirts, aud exclaimed good naturedly:
"Now, old missis, don't laugh ni youl
nigger; you know 1 never did like shut -.
If tuc General saw nie ho would scold, bul
every chance I gel I just slip them oft. All
this finery can't make nie forget tho happy
days when I was plain '.Nancy Fal,' and
now 1 am .Mrs. (?em ral Congressman
Elliot'.'' Much moused wc passed on, and
loft ber w iih her bare feet In tho damp sand
of the fountain. A few years 'aler Alls.
Elliott became a prominent fen turo hillie
Republican society of (ho State, and also
figured conspicuously in Washington, ii
was during Ueiieral Grant's administration
St one of thc balls (hal 8ho camed such n
sensation on account of the devoted nilen
lions sim received from certain prominonI
while politicians who wished to make con
spicuous their approval of the .social equal
?ty law. Tho brilliant negro congressman
is dead. And only a few days ago the wo
niau whom he endeavored to elevate by oil
that wealth and powor could do, died in
poverty and obscurity,
i oi i ii.e i mut Murdered,
Ari.\.vr\, August J?. Tho body of
Luke McNamara, ll baker, was found on
thc railroad yesterday, horribly mutilated
A hole supposed to have beeil made by a
bullet and two gashes supposed IO have
been made by a knife wore found oil the
hotly. Late Saturday night McNamara
was In the city drinking and started to
walk home. He then had monty in hi
[locket, but the money was gone when thc
iioily was found. The Impression gained
ground that tho man had bei n killed nial
robbed and placed on tho railroad track.
Two negroes found In tho locality were ur
rested and blood was found on the clothing
of one. i hey deny their guilt, but arc
held. The body was so badly mutilated
that tho hole and gashes could not bo posh
tlvoly Iden!Hied as the bullet and knife
wounds. McNamara's home was in Lex
ington, Ky. He was about 22 years old.
If you aro looking for a beautiful
placo to ?pond tho rest of tho summer
with family or friends, you cannot do
bettor than to visit the fane IIB Ail-Heal
ing Mineral Springs of (lawton county,
North Carolin*. *
A TMP TO tiBNTHAL AMKHM'A.
An Int??? .mi ; Voyagfi >ir.li< liv Two Noulli
(Some limo ugo TUB LIKCO.UU announced
that Mr Tn sion Haskell. ol' this city, mid
Mr. l\ H. MoMastor, of Wlnnsboro, had
troil? ? IV on a t ? i i> lo Central An\crica.
i la , ung; tourists have returned, tho for
nu r stopping in Saratoga and the latter
coudng directly home. Mr. McMuStor
passed through the city yesterday on Iiis
way Winnshoro, and in conversation
wiin . reporter gave tho follow lug account
of tho voyage:
"We sailed from Charleston on the Olli
July lu tho ship Vomnssco and reached
Now York on tho Otb. Tho following daj
we embarked lu tho O/.ania for Ceutral
Atneitca. We stopped first at Turk's
Iskii d, wlii di ls under l?nglish rule, mid
which is uoted Cur Us suit trude. We next
touched itt Cape llayli, the chief port III
thc lliiytl Republic, where they deal prlu
elpally lit logwood. Tl ere is an old fo t
there which is said to have been built by
Cou! ambus. This is ooo of tho most lu
lercstlrg places Ural wo visited. Ii ls sur
rounded by bluffs ?ind mouutahis, which
are a mass of living green the year round.
The village ls quimil and picturesque, ami
the l ouses have no chimneys Negroes
?ire tho dominant r ce. a whilo mini not
boin' allowed to own property Ibero. A
stunning army of blacks is muiulnhicd at ;i
ilaih cxixiusc of ll ft cou cents per capita,
i: irrcctious arc common. We stopped
there two days, and thence went to Porte
nu Plata, in the Sun Domingo Uepubllc,
whet o wc saw lin meuse sugar plantations.
Sumana was our next point, and wc
would gladly have pitched our lents lhere,
for it is the mest beautiful place in thc
world. The scenery ls Uko a picture of
fairy III ld, und lhere ls none 111 luirope lo
surpass it. Prom there wo weill lo San
Don .ugo, tho oldest city on tho Western
Continent. There isa period network of
telephone and telegraph wires Ibero, andan
excellent street car system hi operation.
There is a ( hutch Ibero built in 1?07 ililli
mu lin r bulli lu Cd I. There is an altar in
thc latter, of solid silver, said lo contain
tho icm.das of Columbus. We next went
to A'/.ua City, wlioro Corte/, was town
clerk when ho conceived thc idea of con
quoting Mexico. This was our last point,
and Wi then sailed lor home, reaching New
Vor' nu tho llth. and arriving in Charles
lon un the 15ih."-Columbia liecorU.
\ M y HOTIIMIM Murder In < ImrleHloii.
Charleston is much excited over Hu
murder of Mr. Thomas F Croghan on iii?
nigh of the loth inst. All thal appear
now lo Ito known ls that Mr. Oroghan wen
hilo I1I3 house alter his work on Mundil j
afternoon. How kite ho stayed up is no
known, lt Was slated l>y one of the col
ore l persons ou (lie premises that Mr
Croghan frequently stayed up lato at night
and occasionally made or waine d up sonn
c?fico before retiring. The assassinat loi
evidently look place oil Monday uight, fo
a bowl of cogee was noticed untouched 01
thc I ible yesterday morning, On tho Hoe
was I3 mg an old musket undischarged, I
ls 1 a.,likely that this was simply ptishoi
from its place near tho door, where it wu
kop', by the baily as it was being drnggei
fror, the room, lt ls not probable Ijud lin
mu fill ter would have approached clos,
ellon rh willi a gun loaded with buckshot
ll i .. "i I a in shot and sure deal li--to havl
aro: sod tho suspicion of thc inn lided vic
lim. Tho most probable positions at Un
tillie ol Ibo killing were thal Mr. Crogllill
was sining in Ids ilining-room ni tho labt
luci ig the doer (hot opens on the eas
pill/./.a Just bellin I him w as a dour open
lng upon thc passageway dividing Un
two lo .cr rooms. The murderer enteret
thron li tl window, gol into the pnssngi
mid .pproacltcd Us door. Thc back of hi
vii 1 WHS partly toward him, ami he Urti
la ni . il which, with well di reeled
aim. took edi ct in Hie left side The mo
t:\i ha' ibo murder was evidently to ge
money, Mr. Croghan was an elderly mat
i . is ol so quiet mid amiable a clinrni
1er as lo have bad no cucmlos. Sam Hun
1er, ?1 negro, made such statements befor
thc coroner's jury as IO induce thc belie
tl. he was cither tho murderer or was w
c< ry to the erina'. Ile is now 11 adc
arrest. Tho whole affair seems ns niue
involved as the fanions McKnight murdo
in Chat lesion some months ugo,
i renwell mi !'<> HU'?.
1. d' ?stn ash r General Creswell, of Mn
ryland, who was a member Of (.rani's ad
ministration, and ?ai carly mid latter da;
gt al wail, and who row ligures al the heil)
of nu imp ir til nt nanon,:! hank at Washing
ton. recently Siddi "I have not bun vcr;
active ia politics for the past lew years
Republican politics have bel Ollie so i nti
menl .! .nd ceremonious that it is almost ?
waste of time to attempt lo do any effect
Ive work, lt sometimes looks tome :,-ii
tm- party surrendered all its vigor w hen i
pas--I out of the hands of hs fotllldou
?ind leaders for two decades nt I look nj
with management Inspired hy linc Ibcorici
?aid riding hobbies. Taking tin- mon win
arc pulling themselves forward as candi
dalt , and comparing thom with l.ine .le
?uni (Irani, wc are forced to admit Um
Ila- limb r is on a decline,
"i am Inking very little part tn .Mary
intu? politics. < ?ur" fighting chances an
tim wu away hy per>oiiul rivalries am
sim ;glos tor personal aggrandizement in 1
political way. I have kopi out. Tho Ito
publican party might control thc State.
Thu Democrat io vote ls yearly growing
loss. Thc 33,OOO Democratic iniijoiityoi
rho Governorship in lvia foll lo ?3,000 ir
18811, and on the Presidency President
Cte-, ( land had 11,000, OS against 15,000 foi
Hancock. This only shows the drift ol
polie. .) sentiment, unaided hy such molli
ods of unity and discipline as wa re in
vogue when the Republican party was lu
its p? imo.''
I'm. .li rt-? Sli;:imill/<-.l AM O Tool <il < ii|itlalUl?
'I'i.e Coopers'Union of Cincinnati liol
l&stic'il a statement of its reasons for siced
inn from tho Knights of Labor as follows:
I llccilUSC il seems to us clear and
proven beyond doubt that Powdorlyisn
trail or lo the working men; Unit he is
sanctimonious teni untrue ?is well as a tool
in the hands of the capitalists.
2, liccntlSfl all the good Ibo order pas
sci st s ls only mi the paper of the const il li
ll in, Inti nevir could bo found in reality.
Il is opinion that it is the fault of lia
oiii,vis, who always paralyzed the co force
ment of tin: la st parts of tho constitution,
:'. ItecntlilG all the strikes, even when
they wen. won already, were lost at the last
moment by Powdorlyand the District Mas
I [localise, although the members pay
the year around continually, they never
lind any aSSiStailCC when they need lt.
.Y I localise tho temperance principles of
tin- Ohler Knights of Labor are in our opin
ion, unworthy of a free working utan, and
because liny arc antagonistic to our inter
li AMonlnhtd itu- I'ubllc
'fo he ir i|f the resignation of Dr. Pierce
as a Congressman lo devote himself solely
to his labors as a physician. It was bc
cam- his true Constituents were the sick
and afflicted everywhere. They will lind
Dr. Piel e's "(bilden Medical Discovery"a
bcni ?i -i.i URO of his scientific knowledge
in ti.'ii iiehnif. Consumption, bronchitis,
coll '., liOftrl distase, fever and ague, inter
mitti te fever, dropsy, neuralgia, gollre or
thick neck, ami ali dhcuscs of tho blood,
ure (lind by this world 1 enow ned nicdlehie.
. i properties are wonderful, Its action
magical, My druggists.
"'flu's is tho unkindest cut of nil," said
the public man, when lie saw hU picture in
?J KN KU .VI? KKWM KOTBtf.
|(?ma ?I iDteresl ?Jnllirred rroiii Vnrlou?
Cholera is reported to bo on thc increase
Tho Scotch yacht Thistle has just ai l ived
at New York.
Tho UopubHca.il state Convention of
Penn sylvania has declared tor Dlatuo.
Thc Key Weal Hoard of Health reported
two more new oases of yellow lever yester
day. No deaths.
Tho Vienna correspondent of tho London
'?'?tnt v COIlliNUS the statement that Lord
and Lady Randolph Churchill arc living 111
rcltrtment near Vienna.
lt |$ SCinl-Ofllctally stated that cholera in
Sicily has boon overcome and that there is
noi 1 'li ver any danger cd" the disease spic td
lug at Nnplt 8 or H ina.
K\ Governor I.use Blackburn, of Ken
tucky, who has been dangerously ill at
Frankfort for some weeks, (y rapidly sink
Daken, tho colored editor of a paper lu
Montgomery, Ala., k is Von expelled from
ila: < ty for publishing an article Insulting
lo white w omen.
The Uussi ins are forming cantonment
al Little Kargazoll, near Sarikat souih of
Shignhnu. The railway from Chad ?ni !<.
Kalk na is tic illy completed.
.Tho receipts of tho government since
August 1st amount to $10,1100,803, and the
disbursementslo $4,01*0,433, being an i\
cess of receipts ot if 10,310,000.
Ho i. Samuel Mall, of Allanto, a .ludffo
of the Supremo Court of Georgia, is in a
(lilied condition at Asheville. N.t.'.. hav
ing beou stricken willi paralysis.
The Ciucinnali Conunefciat-Oaxeltels vlg
oroudy supporting Korain r for Cloven i r.
Thc hm/utrei' doe- not appear to bc sup
port I lg any hedy.
Tcnncsseo will vote on thc liquor ?pies
lion on thc 2Ulh September. From now
until i hat dnto the Stato w ill ring with ''pro"
and "anti" cloqUCUl'O.
The coroner's jury al Chatsworth bold
the seel hui master Nameable for thc great
railroad disabler, in that ho failed lo patrol
tho track tor six hours before tho train
caine, lie has liccn arrested.
American- ute the most luxurious people
]>, tho world. Sara Bernhardt -ays Paris
ls niggarly compared to New York, sin
sieb- for thc money bnga of the laud of Hu
Two hundred weavers in Edwards'Coin
; puny mill,al Augusta, Mo . have-.inn !; foi
5 uighur pay. The compati) say they will
I close theil mill Iii.fore tho will accede h
, thc demand.
i A monument of lienutlful design will
s.ioii i.e placed over Ibo grave ol Chi -lei
A. Arthur. Destiles this bc will have -,
monument in New York city, creeled bj
voluntary suhscripttous to lite amount o
1 Many years ugo Punch suggested tba
1 thc ?.est way to prevent railroad accident!
1 ls to lash ono or two director* lo (he loco
1 mot. e. Tills advice is old, bul th?; possi
' bill tv thal II may bu wiso ls suggested vcrj
Thc Canadian Department of FLhetli
, h iv i no in format ion as to Hie alleged sink
lng i f an Amer icu ii lishilig schooner, Will
* tho I iss of her cutir? crew, off Ihietouelic
N. Il . and express disbelief in Hie report.
J. Xi Pace, book-keeper of Bcnuchcinii
i Co., wholesale stationers of ( hicago, lui
. a!?e .tided, after raising ii ???'?o check lo fl?i?,
i 000 nnd gening ii enslied. Ile had. losl :?>
000 i i bucket Shop Speculations.
Kural guards have bien localed al ni
I terminal point- as far north as Jiu.alco am
.' a company of fifteenth regimen: will b?
s stationl d at .linux to quell any I liter fi tem
I ^tt that point. No moro ti ?tible h expected
' Pi lt iso? O. S. Fowler, Ibo noted plum
ologlsl and lecturer, died nt his resident:?
1 near sharon station, Conn., yesterday
1 morning, alo r an illness ol only Uiiin
hours of spinal trouble, superinduced by ;
, The Chicago express o? tho Cleveliim
and Pittsburg load. which Kit Ciltcngi
j. ycsl rday evening, juni|K'd tho track II
: Hay a rd station, hear Alliance, Ohio, wreck
lug Ono sleeper, (?ne pt i-on was killel
ami three seriously inj.?lcd.
Mrs. John Herbert, un iain:.te ot .lolicl
111., hospital, luis been asleep ever since lin
twenty i om i lt of Inst December. Sh ha
wasted to a shadow. Tliodoetoi prononce
In the most remarkable caso of ctitdcps,'
i' on ri cord.
Since Charles ll. Hood, dui tomi's lu ryei
Irin! i i drown li tinsel I bis wife has com
' back to him. That's jost like a woman
Thousands of good wives in thiscotnitr
are engaged in thc dismal Ulldcrdaliltg d
' trying to reform worthless husbands.
Bordeaux, France, has been visited by i
( hu: i ic me which destroyed au onormou
, amount of property. The storth caused
I Collision Ut Alcai ?icu. of two eXCUlStOI
1 ruins, wrecking several ears and inj uria j
M vi ii teen persons.
li is aid that thc damages lo bo paid lr
(he I tai hoad Company, incident lo ti.
' Cluittswotlli disaster, will seriously emba?
the corporation. Two men arc linde
arn i, suspected of having set lire to th
? bridge n i emly burned.
I Blind Toni has been form illy del i vc rei
. into tin custody pf his new gniudian Mis
Kli/ .ii th Botlitiho. aud has one with he
from Alexandria, Va., lo Ne v York, If
' declares ho will never play again ii:i ho gel
1 b u k to Virginia.
1 The family ol Wm. Tm net, a pi..mila n
mill utan of .Mobile. Ala , ten in all, un
sick from the dh ( ts of poison in iee < r. an
calen on friday night. Tho casi of Airs
Turnor Is considered ipiilo serious, and Hu
' sufferings of all are very sovoro,
Senator lUddlebergci is still in jail ii
Westminister, Va. Tho grand jury ha
been called together lo net upon indict
imn's against those who recently sough
io roselie him, lt la though) Hie panie,
can be Identified.
It is reported that 160 ldc Indians tiri
flglltiou ul Heaver Creek, fifteen mile-'
from .Meeker, Wyoming. Creal COIIStct
nation is said to pn vail among thc wliitCS
hut thc authorities seem to think the li poll
Of the trouble ure exuggcratcd.
Reports Hom Anderson county, S. C.
establish the fact that the .Murray prohib?
lion bill has I icon dofcated by n heavy ma
Jorily. In Laurena tito result la in doubt
w Uh the probabilities favoring the measure
Thc damage caused by Wednesday''
storm lavery (-orlons, In London llirot
persona were killed, and n number ol
churches mid houses were struck by light
nlng, In tho country, also, there wai
much destruction of property, und mur.)
persons are reponed to lujVC boon killed.
iv. aident Cleveland telegraphed toObair
mari Patterson Thursday authorizing Hu
Pacific Railroad Commission to uso theil
own disCrotion In the matter of cmplovim
counsel In the conn M against elli dals (ti
tho Central Pacific railroad in tho United
Hintes Circuit C'oufl ai San Frnnolsco,
The engineers of tho first And second
division of (ho Mexican Central Kailr..;ul
Struck on .Monday. The cause nf thc Strikt
in supposed to I?' thc discharge of ono ol
their number, Thin- divisions extend
from the City Of .Mexico to ("dem, a Si I Otctl
of K ino miles.
If you could bo In Japan next Friday
you would behold one of the grandest
spectacles in nature, a total eclipso of tho
sun. These phenomena do not appear io
luton tilla sido of tho world often. The
last one visible here occurred in Hui}, and
it will he a long time before another.
A dispatch from Knoxville, Tenn., says
a bloody affray look place at O?d Crook
Wednesday night, between Davis Adkins
and .lohn Maluiffcy and his young brother
Bon. Knlvea were used, aud all pardos
were frightfully cut. Hen MahalToy la
(lead and Ms brother is not expected to
live. Ailkius ls under arrest.
K\ Congressman Frank Hurd, who ls an
Intimate friend of Roscoe Conklhig, says
I hat Mr. Coukllng makes more money than
any lawyer lu New York. Ile recently got
$'?0,000 for his services in one case. In
loss Utan six years Conkling has paid off
$200,000 liabilities, about half of which he
owed as security for thc late A. B. John
son, of Utica.
Secretary Lamar .'.onie months ago had a
lotter from an old lady in Ireland, asking If
bo knew where her son was. Thc kind
hearted .Secretary set an Inquiry on foot,
and found Ibo son had killed a mau and
lu eil hanged for it. in one of thc Territories.
Thc Secretary hardly knows how to write
to tin- old mother.
Thc While river t te Indians have sent
limners lo Uncompahgzro camp, Black
Foot, Sioux, ( rows and three tribes in
Colorado, Wyoming, .Montana and Idaho
for tdd, Colorovv knows that he must
light, and this will bc the decisive battle,
and that it will cud thc Indian question
forever, lie luis determined, lt ls said, tc
h vi the oilier tribes brought into the pres
e .I dillleuliy, und while UlO outbreak ha.1
been local so far, bc wants to make it ?
The (borgia Interstate Convention ol
Furniers mci in Atlanta on Wednesday
morning. Thura was a large atleudanct
and delegates were prisent from the hes
ol : umer.-.. The meeting WB8 callci
lo ol'dci hy lion. J. T. Henderson, Com
missioner of Agriculture of Georgia
Prayer was offered hy Rov. Henry Cluj
Mon Von, pastor of thc First Method i a
Church. Addresses were delivered lr]
(Joverlier Gordon and Mr. H. W. Qrady.
Tiic President of thc World's Woman'
Christian Temperance I nion. Mrs. Marga
iii Blight. Lucas, of London, and Mis
Frances K. Willard. Vice President for tin
Untied Stales, and Mrs. Hannah Whital
Smith, of Philadelphia?, Secretary, httVi
.i nt out a call to Christian women in even
ii .1 and of every denomination w ho ur
?eli o led in ti n,pi rance ri form to observ
Ibo 12th and billi of November next ii
days "I pray or for the success ol' the worl
in which they ?ire engaged.
CroMHhift Niagara on a lllcyclo,
A Buffalo special .says: Alphonso Kin)
m Now Yorli this afternoon .succcssfull.
accomplished tho feat of crossing th
Niagara torrent below the cu turad ou i
water bicycle. Ono trip was made iron
tho American to Canadian shore in fou
und a half minutes, and, contrary to es
peet.dion, tho rapids did not capsize th
novel craft. Thc apparatus consisted o
two long zinc cylinders for buoyancy
and tho propelling power was a bicyel
wheel with small paddles attached
Winn mounted on the machine th
tubes saek so low in the water that Kin,
appeared to bo riding n regular whee
across thc gorge, lie wore a high hat,
L'liuco Albert coat and rubber legging!
tho latter being tho only protection fror
tho waler. A boat load of reporten
towed by Tom Conroy, tho noted guide
wi .it along to rescue King in case h
?zed. The current carried hit
diagonally in tho direction of the Whirl
|) ol lei) ni ls, but ho hud sullieient coil
trol of tile bicycle to BUCCeod in tho poi
f irintlUCO. Several thousand porsoUl
including Priuco Dovanwongso and th
other Shuni so visitors, saw the feat am
ehoi red when it was accomplished. Di
John A. Lanigan, on behalf of Budal
ti li lirers, presented King with a couti;
\ Labor Movement In Andmon.
Augusta is agitated over tho following
resolutions, passed hy the Builders' Trad
League of that city:
1. No union mun is allowed under an;
circumstances v> work with a uou-uulo
2 No union man Is allowed to work oi
any Kith ci attract work.
'.. No journeyman shall act as forcma
i:t iiny way for loss than 2ii cents per da,
. iiu i ef nay other man on the sam
1 No union man shall work or bandi
HIV building material, or work on a build
lu v. lu re any material is used that Is mail
Uhu Inn I or sold hy any company tba
Iocs not icci gnl/.c idly eight bonis us
vi ci !. - wi rk.
.". If li bo found by any one of thesev
oi il unions represented hy this hoard o
deli iles lo ho advisable to refuse to worl
or bundle any building material of un;
killel on account of convict 1 dior or refusa
ol m .nairn Puers to rccoglllzo the fifty
clghl hour system, all of thc unions sba!
un.I-- in suhle.
o There shall ho no general strlko of an;
uni n for wa n s without serving genera
. intruders \? ?th fifteen days' notice.
Tl e league i- not yet thoroughly cslah
lislx I ihroughoiit tho Slate of Georgia, bu
ellorts uro hoing made lo do so.
Bru Law lon, a well known carpenter, I
ut thc head ol the League herc.
~ - 4,?..
Honoring a Hero,
Tin Governor and Colonel Kvans bavin/
examined all thc designs olfcred for tin
Leans Medal hilve selected the one sub
mitti d by Messrs. James Allen A: Compani
of Charleston, This Is In accordance will
tho following resolution passed by Ibo Log
ishiturc i.t it? last Bossloii:
Win reas on Ibo 2d day of Dcct ?ber, h
die your 1801, Ibo following concurren
i solution passed by the Senate icu
House "t Representatives of the State o
^. mt ?i Carolina, to wit;
ultcd unanimously, That tho thank:
ol this General Assembly ?ire eminent))
tine, mid ao-hereby tendered lo, Itrfgodioi
General N. Kvans, a.s gallant son ol
South Carolina, for the brilliant and dccis
Ivo victory won by the brave troops mulei
his e llUlliand III Leesburg.
2. Thal thc Governor bo Instructed U
'?'inca gold medal, with suitable device
and COU80 Ibo saine lo bo presented, in tin
name of thc State of South Carolina, us r
(. stlmonial of thc high appreciation by bb
native State of his gallant conduct and dis
llngiilshed services upon that momorabk
iltsolced, That Ibo Governor bo author
Izcd and Instructed to procuro and dollvoi
a suitable medal, with the proper (lovlci
and Inscription, to tho w idow ami children
of (ho ?dd Brigadier Gonoral Nathan
(borge Kvans, in accordance willi the
terms of Ibo concurrent resolution hereto
passed and referred to In thu preamble
( lorgymen'fl NnreTiimutH.
An I'ngliflli surgeon claims to have
discovered tho causo of clorgyniou's sore
throats, No other speakers uro alTcctcd
in this w ay, and he has como to tito con
clut ion that tho malady is induced by
speaking down to a congregation from
au lovatcd pulpit, thereby depressing
the voca! organs and causing irritation
and congestion, If clergymen would
hold thc head erect and speak up thoy
would never have throat troublo, and
oven if already Buffeting to somo extent
tin y may cure thomselvcu by speaking
IQ a right position, Thoro are bud habits
ol phonation, breathing, etc., which a
r ood tricher OSO easily correct, but tho
bending forward of the head and bang
ing over tho sermon whilo reading it is
worst of all, and any mun can correct
himself in it. -Living Church,
There \? one man who finds lt difficult to
got any one to Inko n drop with him, and
ho is tho aeronaut who ?umps out of hi?
hnll'ion holding on to a parachute when In
Isa milo ubovu the earth.
MBLLiINU IIKH IIIMI\Mi.
i'm Un.: With Illili to Another Woman Tor thc
gum of trfSO.OOO.
NKW YOUK, August 15.-A case carno
tn Supreme Court Chambers to-day Iwforo
Judue Donohue, involving the pureliase ot
one woman's husband hy another. 'I be
title of thc case is .Janies h\ Malcolm against
Sarah A. Kobi ns. The plaintilV Is a well
known lawyer and the (ll foudatlt la other
wise known as Sarah A. .Johnson. The
lawyer is suing to recover (10,000 counsi 1
fees for professional advice given Miss
Robins. Ile recently secured an order
sending the case to a referee. Tito motion
made lids morning by tra Shafer on behalf
of Miss Hollins was to reopen the CIVIC in
order to scenic a jury trial.
Thc argument brought to light n strange
story. A few years ago the lal her of Miss
Hohins, a very wealthy man. died, leaving
$750,000, and a short time afterwards an
aunt didi, leaving an additional (80,000 to
Miss Hollins for life, the principal to go to
her legitimate issue. The heiress was liv
ing at the Buckingham Hotel, nud two
blocks away, at tko Windsor, resided Ur.
J. Q, Johnson, his wife and child.
Dr. Johnson became acquainted with
Miss Hohins, made tove to ber and fluidly
asked her to marry him, s tying thal though
bo was living w ith w ile No. 1 at the Wind
sor he had .secured an Illinois divorce lind
was simply keeping up a pretence of mar
ried life. Miss Hollins consulted with Mr,
Malcolm as to the propriety ot thc mai ii
under the circumstances, lier brother,
who is a broker in Wall street, beard ol'
what was going on and called on Mrs.
Johnson at the Windsor. She deni? d the
divorce. iMr. Malcolm advised against the
marriage, but in spite of this Miss Hohins
and the doctor went to Loudon, ll ls
alleged thal they were married there, and
that during their residence abroad ll child
was born, lt was about this time (hat Hie
doctor and the two women began negotia
tions through their attorneys, Charles ll
Heed. Hie defender of Cuit. au, represent
ing thc doctor and his latest wife. They
endeavored t.? induce tho Hrs! wife t<> n?ek
a divorce in Illinois. She agreed to do this
for (100,000, but tho other side were will
lng to elvo (50,000 only. A compromise
was effected on this basis, and she went to
Illinois and gol ti divorce in 1880.
After the divorce was obtained the doc
tor and Miss Hollins returned to this city
and were married by ti clergyman, baw
vcr Malcolm, w ho has been thc adviser ol
Miss Hohins, sues for his fees.
SAYINGS BY BOB INGERSOLL.
Kxtntrts fruin an Address Made i?y Hin
In ii Lectern In New V.irlt.
In a lecture delivered in New York re
ccntly, Col. Robert Q. Ingersoll among
other things said :
If nobody has too muck everybody
will have enough,
I would like to see this world 80 thal Q
man could die and not feel that he had
left his wife and children a prey to thc
greed or avarice or necessities of man
There ts something wrong in tho Bys
tem when idleness is burdened with
wealth and industry with famine.
(let out of your minds that old non
sense about man's free moral agency.
A man is no moro responsible for his
Character than for his height, or for his
acts than for his dreams. Then yon
will have charity for thc whole human
Wealth is no crime, nor is poverty a
virtue, although virtuo has generally
There is only ono goon-human happi
To do right is thc bud, blossom, and
fruit of wisdom.
No pcrfci t'.y civilized man ,COUld 1)0
happy while there was an unhappy be
lng in tho universe that ho knew.
The poor imagine that the rich live in
Paradise. I know that the mos! ol them
live in a gilded Hell.
No man has the genius or tho brain lo
own (5,000,000. Tho money own- him.
He is the key to a safe. Vet these nu n
go on accumulating, It Is a sorl of in
H.indy. Imagino a man-a good, intelli
gent man-with 2,000,000 coats [laugh
ter!, 0,000,000 or s,ooo.uno bats [cheers],
n billion neckties [laughter and cheers].
Then imagine him getting up at I BO
o'clock in tho morning and working hard
all day to e;ct another necktie. [Pro
longed applause. |
Qrcat wealth is the mother of crime
Tan ?mif is growing wide botwei n
Lazarus und Dives, only thc two liovo
changed places-Dives is in Abraham's
The rich have RCOrn and COiltCinpl for
the poor; the poor envy and hr'-cd for
the rich. There must pe sonic way for
tho loving poor and tho sympathetic rich
to got acquainted. If there ia anything
that should bring mankind togolh?i il is
a common belief, but in this Christian
country there is no welcome in the velvet
for the rags. I Would think much of
any religion that would allow tho rich
and tho poor to clasp hands, if only for
one instant once a w eek
All men ure not capable of getting a
living now. Some aro not cunning
enough, not strong enough, not stingy
Millions of machines have been In
vented to save labor, bill thc lahmet
docs not own the machine, The ma
china owns the laboror.
No man should bo allowed to ow n any
land that he dor s not usc; but 1 would
not lake an inch of land from ail) '
without paying for it
If il were possible to bottle the air
there would ho a great Ann rican Air
Bottling Association before sundown to
morrow, and millions would be allowed
to die for want of a breath if they wcro
unable to pay the monthly ail I,:!!
I would not only see homes m.ide free
from attachments for debt, but In c from
taxation also. Then we would have a
nation and a nation of patriots.
Tbcro lssomothlng about money that
dries up tho affoctlous. I suppose (hal
one reason of it is that the moment a
man gots any money there an- so many
trying to gel it a Way from him thai ho
thinks Hu- u hole roce arc his cncmii .
1 don't blaine the rich, mind yon; they
are the natural products of the system.
Blaine thc Sj stem.
The lirst great remedy is the bullet
The poor are in the majority, ll the
law Oppresses them it is ?heir fault.
They have followed thc life and druin of
sonn-party. No man should go with a
party unless it is going his wa)
A civilized mun w ill nevi r w. nt lo sell
a thine for more than il is worth, aol
will lu- want to buy anything for lost
than what it is Worth.
I nm not afraid of monopolies. Thc
people will Rtand oppression to a c?rtalo
point, und then the end will coinu.-N.
Y, t? u n.
An old maid out In Kentucky noneco
8ftrily announcoi that sin would not marr)
tho liest man living. We say untie'-.... ul|\
because we wouldn't marry lu r m. .
One thing sillied about the Intcrslali
Commerce bill is that tramps will contint!"
U) i do- long and short hauls in hov cnn, If
they are not caught at it.
A wicked hoy sahl lo bl? aunt, who S*H ri
l im what he lighted his lire cnn k*rs will?,
' A slow mutch; and you ought to
what that is, auntie " Tho aunt's CH
mont hud been of long stnnding.
An nrtlrlo entitled "How to Acrjilli<
Beauty" is going tjto rounds. Tho
way to aeijUlro beauty, If you aro single
ls to many bor If she is silly enough ie
A Tex?* Manuelle ?lory.
A story comes from Bl Puso, Texas, of a
magnetic eui icu! of air which issues I rom
an nrtoslun well pipe ?ear ?loi ra Bianco,
on tho Textis Pacific railway. According
to tho story, "?i bas bm i? ?bsci veil l>y boree
men that wbciicvoi lucy got hi il?" neigh
hoi hood of il>- \v< ll strong magnetic forces
are felt, an 1 vjvtrks are given ell it Hie
horse s mano ls touched. Uocently a man
from si? na Blanco wa? stttlug close i<? tho
well, and ou taking OKI lila pocket kimo
fourni a nail, which ho had in iii* pocket,
clinging to tho knife. He lu lit Hie knife
tn tho ourrent of air and found the mag
netic properly was greatly increased. BoVj
end weeks ?.>go Suporlntoudout Judydicld
his pocket lo,ile in Hie current ol' ail four
minutes and Ibo knife tn -'ill ; trotigly in iv
tlzcd from (ho eiTeoi. Tho outllowiug cur
rent of air is believed to possess o Uti rk :
hie curative propel I ks. ll- e?Noti?) ls lo
he tested ly OXp< ri.til up ni en i - i I pa
ralysis an I olin r ii.-' too*. The pei pie w ho
live near Ibo wonderful well call il the
'fountainof youth.'"- -Kaahvilie AmeriMt.
The 1501) velcram in the Ijcavcnworlh
S Idler's llnmc haw ext? uded a cordial h.
vliatton lo Hie Presiden! to pay ibem a visit.
Tliest arc volemos wie? fungid during tito
vi ar - 'ml lifter it was over.
" A NA.IU;U^S CASI:.
M,i ease baa hcoii a very ero ions ono
for about thirteen yearn. At intcralsof
about one week I \\> uki bo attacked with
spoilt ot eovi and most cxorueiatii ?.
pain, alway i coiumonolng in tho region
ot* my Iud noy?, The pam would then go
upwards lind tdVecl my body and lu nd,
and scorned te penotrato my very oyo
balls, oreating the most intonso Httlier ing,
lusting about oiglli hours euc:, spell.
.1 resorted to all kinds ot medicino
without bonciit. Several dootois treated
my c ?se, but uotic gavo relief, 1 llnally
used B. I'. B. at un experiment, and to
ivy i ttcr astonishment all pain ami suf
fi un .? vanished utter uaiug three doses.
J o tho present time I have used three
bottles, ami nota pain has iver return
ed, i d not know what was the matter,
neither could my physician mane tho
complaint. The ii. B, B, acted liuoly
and powerfully upon my kidney*,; my
appetite has boon spleudid and my con
stitution built up rapidly.
Constitution, Qa., May (J, lsvr,.
lani 55. Broko down twolvo liars
ago, and have not laen able to Voil,
since. Have lost i roper action of my
hips and legH. For five years scrofulous
aoret havo appeared on my sculp ano
no e, and at same time my eyesight ht -
gan lo fail, and for three years have hedi
comparatively blind. I hive been treatoi I
by eminent physicians of dil?brool
Schools without ll eura, i bavo taken
Ilvo bottles of 13. B. B. (mado at Albinia,
(la.) and all scrofulous sores ure gradu
ally healing, rnlltimmation about my
eyes has disappeared and there is some
improvement tu ray vision. Am ve?
much bcnolltcd and relieved and bo .
b> foi 1 Uko a boy H gu In feel good,
Btrongth and activity uro returning in my
I. gs ami hips. Tho B. B. I!, acts vigor
ous!; upon my kidneys, und. tho gruid
quantity . I matter thal hus Iv . u biro, tl
out through tho skin ... utterly incredi
ble, often so elleusive iii odor as to pro
duce nausea, i refer io all business iiit-n
of fji Grange, < ?a. r. I uoj i i :..
LaGriuige, ( hi., January ht. I8HIS.
Ml who .t,-s!ri- ftili liUornmtlon aimiil t'.c
online sud OHIO ol I ICKKI I'oKotia, <ioiilin.ii. I
hi roi.?lo is awi lllitffs i leurs, .-on--, i:iiouinu
tittil), Kinney < o)iu 111 ri l ti t s catarrh, eto , eau
soon ru liy mull, free, II copy oui M paito un,.
IIMU'll I .. tlc ,.f Willi I : .. ll?!. il 1 III In mi, I
? inuornil timi Btuiilltm iimoi . VI I hoto .
known, AtlUruHS, ill?.on llAi.M ci?,.
(INK OK Tl IK ? INKS T ItKSOKTS IN
TIIK >n[ nj,
Titi lill Hs? Im? Mi??w?1 -v.,-,
low on'Mvi?mig Oin??ii WUriiV^vi
GALTON CGUN I V, N. c.
This elegant Hummer Hesorl ia now
open. Accommodation i rpial to tho best.
ISlovatioh ?,<R?? foot above sta lovel.
Batt .--'.ci) i), i-.],. , .- hM);) ","( gp2.o(j
per week, for < irculara ur in forma ti m
addict, the pr. pi i ilors,
COZZENH A TU?M?B,
All-Heidin? P, o.
SMli CAMBA . .
CA I .wyn \ co i x ry, N. C.
N'eu ly 1,11..I llpwl'li new ll .l.-l nii,I Kn li.
llyn? forovi i UOminst? un.I Min nronrlo <- -
won la i..- iiiuil .<> .?.. ul: : hoir oin ... a
now rrlcinh lu rn. i ho nu a .. i prom rilo*.a
iii.- unloi m. un ii v.-i.-.i for i v n<ji ?\,. u . u
m..il m. i Ivor, Kiilni y aiul Urin .ry ills?_
Oonortl Peiiillti un i Nervous l'rostn
ii. nil In. i lOOdllon HOI n> oe fi un-!
B \ i ns COM; U: J I:.
?'ool, Shower, Wann and liol Knlohor. mi
Air MI,i Vupnr i un-, i ino lt.oui ,,i ti?.
?lui nil Anitis?inoiiis kept i-Jass w ntor
im; riu<-. s. \Vi??. foi i iilaloitiio
Du. H. O. BLLtOPfA so\,
ria icigii, j\r. o?
Tl.. tun s. sslon r?ininonces ort ihn
WctmoMlay hi BcpUiiolwr c n, tlay . un I . ml
thoflret Wnliiosifaj In June, nus.
Kvory ilnpnrttnoiil of instruction mini iv
exp oi n,, i nna uoonipll?>ho(l ton-hors
miuiUng I lie luruosi mxl mosl thoioneiiiv
St!n. "?."?.''>'> stouniaiitl
-nni.\ H iii I. htou hj . i.- i rielly
>i< -?.i! i nica i<? tw.. moro fron sono
Foi < I rou Im. un.I rnlnlogttd
Uov. il. BU?W33IiL ?: SON,
Jab? i .'.n n -.ia bill, .N.e.
PECULIAR-TO HER SEX
AND POWKRFUL TONIC
CHAMIJ?G . OF-LIFE
- G ft ? AT SUFFERING AND -
DANG tn WILL BC AVO/DED
SJL:ND POU - HOOK. ?- "'
I FARM IEVEIS fd
O ./H ?f j jrln orlnir, ineehairfl,
. V\ ?nd Mitha t?
?yrr.*, .l..iil,Ur?|rnilo ?ir?
lu?truniout. < in nUrJr,,. i
O. O. TIItNV, fi
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute
Mtwr of SIKIIIOOU Exportoneml nnti KUHN
lui IMiyslcliiiiH ami NurKooim.
ALL CHHONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
I. ni' I tented hero or ni their homos. Mnny
lat limn.', llnniurli eorrv8|>oiidonco, us
9Uo?.itally II- H' hom In poraou. Como and
. . . ;..? ton couta lu stamen for our
"'Invalid*' Quido-Book," whleli glvoa nil nitrite
m ,, .. A lill .: Woitl.O'S DISPENSARY M SDI?
CAI. Assoi i VTiON, COU Main ^t., Iluiralo, N.Y.
l if "worn out," " inn-down," debilitated
i i 'n rs, milliners.seamstresses, house*
. ' rg, mid overworked woinon sonorally.
I, pitrco'a Favorito Pronerlpthni ls tho boat
li Biomtivotonics, lt is liol a "Cuto-all,"
il iinlmhly fullllls a pliigloiioes or purpose,
.i |x ii m Spool Ho for all thoso
.mi.i Diseases peculiar to
i 'i ii. it melli of ninny thousands
i cam , nt tho Invalids* I lot ol and Burg-?
[< i instituto ii ; ntrordod n inore oxperlenoo
for Hf ir eun>, and
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
le (''. rosull of tln? v:i?< ?..vporloiico. For
lol.nial COIIROMt lon, I ll lin ni runt lon
ami ulcorutloil, ii ls n sp?cifie. It
i-. H po? i lui ; . nomi, as ?voil ns uterino, tonic
and 'i . no, and linpnrls \ ix<>\- mid Btrcngtta
t . p whole lOlll. I' runs .. . .'.ii' . of
Btoniaoli, indigestion, bloating, weak baek.
ii rvoits prostnitlon, ex ha UBI lou, debility and
Bloop!' - -i lu ? lt lier sex i l^avorlto PrescrlP"
lion H sold by 'lniriri-t i lllldor our j-.-idro
i, arantcc, Ooo wrtipuor around bottle
- OH HIX HOTTI.ES
F'KJCE:- rj?.ya?, von *o.oo.
Bi nd 1^ oents in Btnuips for Hr. Ph roe's larfro
Tr, ali-' ? a Dist 1181 . of Womon < 100 luiB-08,
nuper-covorodl. Aili. -, Wom.o'a DISOEN
RAHY MEDICA i. Assoc IAUON, ow .Mum Street,
Itu,:..: >. X. V.
^r***%v. ? 'LITTLE
ANTI-UILIOI S and CATHARTIC.
1.11 IR z I il 0 ss. ? "II ii HI I pa?
lion, i ?: o ; ' ' . o
nilli III Holm AUuelm,
liv cured hy -*?'.
I'li'icc's 1*1 on ?ni III
li ' ii r ir ni've Voll?ls.
i nita *\ \ ni. by i >t*i;Ki?i-itt?.
COTTON GINS and PRESSES,
Codon Need n.l Mills, Cotton Need
ld ii I or* Cn. Millo, Sun .11111?,
Hliiiftiiifr,Tulioj a. Ilntts;ei?4,
wi.ni Milln and CnstlnirM,
IMIIII pt ami Tunks.
E. VAN WINDLE A CO.. A* anta. Ca.
?'n"rr- w H>
? ' ^ i ?'. 'li VI H dtCflj
AIL \MJA ?/v?5
. . awarded at cotton Bxposl.
." ". ' ' ' ' I alla i, Ti xas, an.I < luirlos
un, M. ?ii.il ju l ,# Rm? tornis to
Van Winkle & Co.,
Hoi \TI.A\TA. (JA.
CH A l!LOTTE
5 II ? INSTITUTE.
ION MOINS SEPT, 7, 1887.
. riTU'l . i < il Mi LAD1E?
.unt'i h - advantages ?lipo*
r< mo In every depart?
Ail and Munfo. Only
. plinked teachers.
' ?' ' '' et-, wanned
' . ri nuhl : h roi
. (eater .1 di 1 Huns
' ll? -eh? o| m
ie M o : In tin ? Ul bas
. 1 "'' i",*"" ' f oin In- ?MUH
, ?. ',' " " 'l,,,M ''upi . .. rg? ii ,.ji|y
I,,, ()i ii i UKI ; 1 -i i,mi.th
? I ll particulars, ad
Io" M I . A I KINMI.N,
. . - i lotto, N. V.
I ? ' >'??? < uni i VAT.vin
I i|li > M \ \ in 1 .? o
- ( (Mill I) il VJ N,
Xn 0 ''' 1 'or oolio of infants.
o Dysentery. Djftrrhowi, Cholera
[mantara or any diseases of the Htomaoh
ai.d bowels. Rfakoa the critical period
"f leotlungmfo and essy, biaaafoanol
' ' Por solo by all dnigffifdn,
ftnrtforwhoJosaloby I?OWAIID? WIMJ-T
.v ?-.> . Angrtst?, (bi.
DESK8, OFFICE FURNITURE ANO FIXTURE8.
p"111l>"li o.r J lln.i rnl.'il I'anii.hlr (.
i?Jf ?iY MIIOVV t??MU I O., Nii?hvllfc, Tono.
1?. ?!**r|>nnl*)i ? St inoI<|IVB',MiTlwrlo-lii.
I ?rip.?], nr.
.'III?!. .I fxl
111 tr oi. <
S*ir mork i ?r..nv
1 nn'l I- Int. r fur teadtna
?rr, lu.iriiciivu* with