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1. 0. B. B. ricnic and Baby Show
l"ndr the auspices of the combined
I. 0. B. B. Lodaes anil their lady
These Picnics ara noted as beiiii Srst-cless
ejntartainments, end ara 10 tDa hsnaj of our
mut noled business imq.
bn been anaaxed.
To be given under the auspices of
Memphis Typographical I'nton Jio.l 1,
Hoadsjr, Jane SI, 1S6.
Thi will be the molt enjoyable event of
the season.
All bud characters will pleas stay away,
as they will not be tolerated on the grounds.
sMT Privileie will be lold at auction at
Elal Park. FRIDAY. JUNE IStb. at 2
o'clork r m. Peer ndLujicn-0BB'j
TMNCU OF KEY8-0wner can have fame
X by payina charges at. arrnmrrivc
ANEW PROCESE-For making old eol
lara and cuffs look new. bee advertise
ment of Memphis Steam bs.rjti'lr;
A? hotel in complete running order, cheap
fur cash: eleven ned-rooma. office, dining
room, dish-room and kitchen. Building lor
rent. Good location, near L., r; O. and 1.
R.R..,ntown ol Cl.rklale. Mjfa Aoly
HORSES A hmdsonie close-matched
pair ot hnrse", kind, gentle and stylish.
P H. BRYSOS.ij-s ain it.
MAKE At auction, in front of my oBice,
3" Union street. Wednesday, June K
1, a 12 o'clock m.. a bny mare, l h.nds
hiih. yeara old. well built : a fine aniiual.
J LKL 1 It Lr .
ROCKAWAY-Brand new. and cheap.
Apply at S. W. UARKItON,
corner Main and Madison streets.
PONY-Nice little pony, youne and gentle.
Icmire at 7 MONKOL si.
14ti Front, ccr. Ksohange. Apply there.
Absolutely Pure.
Thla powder never Tiriaa. A marvel ol
parity, strength and wholeomenei. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
r.innot be told in competition wi.n the
multitude ot low test, short weightaluir or
phosphate powders. A'o'd on!v iCan.. Rovii
Basino Povnt. i'n.. 1W W.ll .t .N.wYcrk.
PENCIL OoH and pearl pencil. Finder
will La rewarded by returning to 115
Mn'iion street.
'(5 W. BARBER, Ashlm.d City.Tenn.
C?OrA WILL BUY a new business lor
QiUU the State of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash profits at once: a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties wishing a good business ad
dress MANUFACTURER, this office.
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1'JOO lots, 500
U water fro . t, 4C feet deep. For lull
intoruiation address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Uevinvton street, Bil'inore. Md.
rpWO ROOMS And a kitchen, at
HOUSES 318 Pot lar stroet and 136 Ala
bama street. Inquire of
Ji:il ttc,r.. K ropmr si.
"DOOMS Furnished, tingle or en suite, at
XV 131 Madison St. neierem-es re'iuiroa.
DOO-A larse black Newfoundland bitch.
The finder will be rewarded by return
ing her to No. 8ti Exchange street.
TT0U3E 392 Court street extended
J.J. erythina in goon repair.
1 tn
N. B. JOHNSTON, Second st.
ROOMS - Furnished, with or without
board: can accommodate eight young
men. Uood tare, pleasant surroundings.
Terms moderate. 206 IMON el.
COTTAOE With seven rooms, near Btreet
J car line, at Ul per month. Apply to
11. F. MX. 2?" Second at.
hT0REU0USE No. 9 Union street, with
new cotton-room, IOx:fcelfeAcHAMj
HORSE-Dark bny, VH bnnils high
.,1.1 ka.PV tuil . V. V.llHrlf I
.I...... ...,'., I.K in.lnnt n..r P.1I.M
ball P.rk. A suitable leward will b paid
fur his deliveryatthe Jockey ( lub Stable.
CO Saturday afternoon, a cow about
J six years old, white, with large red
spots; small burns, turning in: long and
tall in suune: in good order; branded on
riKlli imuu mi', i"j i .uou vu i j
eral rewara lor iniormaiiun, or 11 rmuiueu
to W A Inhaini trot.
The Eutertaiiiiueut (irutifjlnc to All
The SniTmrul now uf St.
Brtk'd't) School.
. di
dence. No. 1 Broadway. Nework,
rpHE IDEA That collars and cuffs cannot
i be re-launarieu to appear equal
work. See .Memphis Steam Laundry adver-
tisement lor particulars
CISTERNS-Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cercent f'U'up. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone HXS. THOS. CUBBINS.
ROOMS Desirable, nicely furnished,
with or without board, IS squares from
Uayoso. at 43 SH b LB ST.
ROOMS AND BOARD-DesiraMe nawly
(urnif-hed rooms and boaid at 49 Market.
ROOMS AND BOARD Desirable rooms
and i oard at 72 Madison street.
ROOMS-One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larg- dreEsina-rr oni, and ithers as good as
canb.toundinth.city. l:!fI0N
OT. JAMES IIOUSE-Cor. Second and Ad-
ami sts. Room and board per wees..
Day hoard &i per week.
ROOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Court street.
OARD With excellent room,
AIJAina Plflr.r.1.
X NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
fj witn or wuuoui ooaru, ai ioi muunw
J Third streets. E. b
of Union and
"TJ ESIDENCE For three or S'X months,
XI my residence in ine cuy oi ruocuuiut
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most deferable
art ol tne cuy uooa wen oi u
iydrant in the yard; house furnished with
gas; near street-car line; every convenience
of a home. Address , n p. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
HOUSE A new double-tenement house, i
rooms on eaoh side: nicely finished;
large yard; in Uct, all conveniences, on
Koss avenue. Hood cistern. Apply to Mrs.
E. Quinlan. 130 Manaspas st.
L O makers will pay XiV, cents per tie.
Apply in person
D if. PITTS A CO .Contractors,
M.. B. and A. K. K . Tupelo, miss.
AN ENERGETIC MAN-Clerk or saleg
man preferred. 250 MAIN ST.
A GOOD MILKER Who would be will
ing to assist with other lurm work.
Reference, required. Add res?
Lula Station. Coahoma county. Miss
T ADY TEACHER In private fara
expericuuou mu vu.u,,wo.
,7 t:t. k..la mnA mii.i. nn nluno. Atl
, Helena, Ark.
BOX 75
Ht brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 1.7 Third
street, near ropiar.
tftEW MORE LADIE9-Genteel employ
1 ment: gcod pay. 250 MAIN ST.
fiTAN to take an office and represent a
J.vx manutacturer; iu per weea; im
capital required. Address, with stamp. Box
70 west Acton. .Ma's
1 ADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell's
I i Kew " Tilter "a TilUr, Hustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt comoinea.
be removed and skirt laundried
Die to any site, ve
llooDS can
iry fashionable, and sens
ior82to every well-dressed ldy as soon as
ihown. Agents double their money. A Uo,
lull line of new Inrnishing goods for 'dies
ana cnuuren. iuuiu... .-,
CAMPBELL k CO.io. 41 West Randolph
street, Chicago. Ill
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
DPIOIALTIXB maiare popuiur uu pi.
lng. Can be handled alone or tn eonneetirB
with other goods. Address THE WM B.
TO BUY A good-site gentle pony: must
be sound and safe for lady to drive.
ORSE OR MARE-For phaeton, suitable
lor lady to arive. i-bu i mm-o ui
LAKE k DORION. 2W Front st
rpWO large onlurnished rooms, with or
X witriHUt board, at w Maaison sireei, oor-
n.r intra.
-'. SITAI. IBI7,E, 7P.000.-
Tlrkrls only V Ktanree In
8 fc
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
W tin Werrhu r.cr'ifv that w tuoervw th
arranqtiiktw jor an in mumn.y m'w
Conpan. and in penon manafft and control
,i. ii .' i, .. m i niA thai th trim
in jrvii Ht nintiecii.-. ...... -y .
.. rt s Mi. Annsiru. farnt ana n
good faith toward all rqrtit,and we authori
gun it e of our ignntur$ attached, in U md'
w tti un1raljtnH. Rank rind Bankers.
mil pay all Prim drawn in Tht Louuiana
Statt LoUeria uhich nay bt pmented at our
J. U.OH.F.8BT,Pre. Im. Wnfl Bank,
l H.uii.RRKTH.Pres,filate Nal'l Bk
A, BALDWIN, Presi. R. O. Bk.
Inenrnoratad in 1868 for twenty-live years
h. Laiiaiature for Educational and
uoariLaoie puriiuoc. nnu. V"v" "1.7V
OOO.OOO to which a reserve fund of over 1550,-
uwi nas since oeoo nuoou.
By an overwneiming poyuiai vote in
Constitution, adopted xecemoer u, a.v
J he only Lottery ever eoted on and inrforaed
by (As pcovie o any amie.
Its SJrHUd Nlnsrlr Snuiber Urstwlnsre
. - . . . .. .. n
inste ,licei inouiuij, "
. I n.ta.il .r Mffnll.
rrj . .. . rr ..... ".."- - -
Auunnlly nereioiere. "i'"is
OF MUnlu, Mil unLiHAiia, luoouiii
Jaljr 13, lsM-li Olonuiy rawing
T'41'ITAL, VHIZV., 875,000.
lOO.OOOTIcks'lsj at Flv lollrEoh
rrsietsonei, in w u
1 Capital priie
1 Capital priie
1 Capital priie
2 Prises of I6IRXI -.
S Prises of WMsJ
Tfce lovtfi' grounds turroumlipg St.
Apofs AcS'leu-y were dt-corstfJ last
night willi Japanese lanterns, and the
building, brilliantly lighted, was the
scene ol one cf the most succcss'ul
commencements which have evtr been
giwn t this old and ftvorite institu
tion. It hd been arranged to give the
exercic.es in the open air, as they did
last year, but the rain prevented the
Sisters from cairying out that p'au (or
the comfort of their patrons and
fiiends, and the stage was moved into
the large hall. It seats comfortably
about 5C0 people, but nearly double
that number were crowded into
tin hall, about the dcorf. even
miihins their wav in behind the
K'.nfa. so anxious were tkev to
witneis the exirciee?. The pro
irimrne was rjrobablv the ruoit
nttrartiva of ilia vear. ami it was car
ri.ol mil in a manner which letlected
the gea'ent credit upon lbs ps rtici
pautj and the atademv, snd gave the
J 1 . I A- . l.
most unoiunaeu iBuiirB in iut
lriecda ol the school. In addition to
tha evavi inil ricila'ions which too
r.li.n iilk nn thn wlinln f f schco!
cnmmeniomenia. there were ses'eral
nnerinl featmes which Bttrf:i'td
marked nt'ention and elicited genuine
and bear'y anplause from tl.e audi
ence. Miss Maude lagers read the
palutatory, giving cvey evidence that
shedejenea ttie liocor. iLe esfaya
were all well wii ten ai.d clearly tie
l;, Miu Mrv Lilly's sill ict
was "Woman's Ecduranoe aid Innu-
t.ncB." A i s Katie fini s t; etne was
the ccupltt,
i,i i:... .:,., a .ail
Reason the cord but passion the gale.
"That life is long which snsweis
Hf.' creat er.d." was ftduiiinhlv dis
..o.,.l Kn Mi. a WlIik A. MrNamera :
I noatu , - - j -J '
Miea Jul a Nevils wro'e up' n what it
. n,, a, M i
18 10 t'wn 1I1VHBII IO us iruo, uuu
Vina Aljouin Wintis akfd and
answered the nuestion "Is this world
?" Tn Mips Mairiie Ie
hnsv fll the honor of del'vering the
valtdiitory. Her "ood Night" was
verv ewtetly said. Thtre was but one
,nn:iflllnn ar.ti ir u-ob nlaililv atmirpllt
tfcat in tfcat impni taut branch oi Htrnly
f.A tfi;n!tiP hs(l been excolleut Miss
applause for the cliHrm;ng manner in
wlncn eno aeuveieu r riar i uiiujij.
Tn mnsir. vocal end ics'rumciitul.
faw pchoo's in ti e South ciuld make
um uli litinii nf aiinh marked roer.t.
Th aelert'ons were tot only tf
lulnH tn nlf ne the aver
ag audience, but thf y were all tf the
fjlglltr anu mi re cntBie uruer as ni,
n.l fl.u ,nunr la.liaa fl(-emA(i t'1 liaVH
tn admirable concei tfon of the nature
ot Hie accompiiEiimeDi Hi v. uuu iucy
IwH lfin Ririvinir to collect them-
bpU-pb. The rrt were three vocal ados
on tl.e proramiue, live dues, and a
nine or,,,,, TIib bhIth weie a hi rennde
liy liss Mar ir Lilly, "Avo Maria," by
MissJrse Keiny, anu ijoniuereu
" liv Miaa Maccie PelanfV
The dues were "Miuic ou the Waves,'
by Missei Verna Jones snd Manr'e
r. n " nvs i bst are uon fteiu
i!ril.tuiit " h'v Mis'fs Lillian Ptonles
and Mamie Clabby ; "I've Wandered
in My Dreams," Dy Misses vj.atiny anu
ti1jiibv "Theie is Beautv in
the Bellow cf the Btst." by
Misses Blanche ar.d Agnes Miles,
-n.l " linn, N'iollt " t)V M1F8!S
t.,k Voil. ami AT ('lalihv. The in
tf uun uniu ...... ' ' " .
ttrumental music, ttougn not quite so
rutic!h enjoyed by tbe audience, ex
w,li,iintl nn 1mm i.Tcnllent Iraininir. A
quartette oy ivi'sws ueriie ccuii, x.iu
ma Johnson, Nellie Fitzgerald, Annie
Coyne and Lizzie JohnsoD, a duo by
MiEees ueoecca i'avn, ieiue mau
n'gan and B. and A. Milf s, duos by
Miasts Delaney and NeviN, by Misses
a nia Rmiar and JriHia Geillv and bv
Julia Nevils. Mary Lilly, J. A. Kt-illy
and M. JJeianey, were an very w on
Hnne. A class sona in Latin was de-
eeivedly applauded. Probably the
Tnnat intcrAKtino- (natures of the pro
gramme were "A National Allegory"
and "Scenes from Shakespeare, the
.nnno lnilioH Ixbinff RBTt hfHHIT BUired
in costumes suited to tbe characters
they represented. The caet in the ane
pnrv was as fo'lows:
Gloria, floddess of Freedom Josie Reilly
Attendants Rubinio, Counsellor of War,
UlttKIll. Mil..
Unn . r.,Manllnr nf Pni,.
.l.nniA r isnnr
Oueen Mab of Dreamland Annie Coyno
Attenaanis irov "f ""iJ'T,
Uolivia l.ir.lin iaui7
u,..,tK.' " Rose Heillv
Serena's Attendants Art, t
vivriruu. u icu.
Emma tierbor
Nellie Manigan
Plenty. . . , .
Lizzie Johnson
t, , - ... ,.. u
riuuiuia a avwuu.ui iv.,uU..,
Nellie titigeruld
Blanche Rogers
Cecilia Cusick
Rose Wildburgor
beautiful tableau
HOOK A good cook to live on the prem
jses at ,m ocumii ot.
--r-0U TO LOOK At the Memphis Steam
1 Laundry ad. and learn to keep in styie.
POSITIOS-By a good steady boy in store
or effice. Address J. P., Appeal office.
EATHERS Old and new feathers.
Highest cash orioe paid at
(JABAY'B, 4iH Shelby street.
made the greatest discovery of the age
in filling teeth with gold. For the next
thirty day. I iH fill teeth for 1 1 50
"vCCUPAUTS-For pleasant rooms at 227
vy fliain sireei, near vourt nuaro.
AGENTS coin money with our Amateur
Photo outfit, and collecting family
pictures to enlarge, special 30-day oiler.
EMPIHE COPY IN ti CO.. 881 Canal St.. N.Y.
MEN and women to start a new business
at their homes, easily learned in an
hourtlCo to Nio an hour made daytime or
evening. Send 10c lor a package of samples
and 24 working samples to commence on.
MEN To do station worg on Bald Knob
railroad ; station work at 11 to 13 cents.
Also, tie-makers at 12 cents. Apply to
UARVKY SCoTT.Tyronzie.
OLD GOLD A PILVKR For cash orex-
change. MULFORD. Jeweler, TA Main.
HMHET cash prices paid for old and new
F EATHKKS at 44H Main street.
T v , , t I 1 B V Til A :l K A,l-
)UU dress" at once, IR. SCOTT'S
, 75.000
. 2ft,K0
. ln.nu
. 12,0(i0
. 10.0U0
. 10,01)0
. 10,000
. ao.ouo
. 30,000
spprniative amliencil ho expre.-a-d
tbtunlvt r.s highly I iiasnl witn the
e'ening's eaterraicuiBi i. The length
of t'ie iregrg inme, which was excel
lently nndtnd forbi lunie than a
brief mentii n. It is fi'ific ent t fay
ti at a'l the vr,'f I' "'s aciiutted
theuiseives well.
Kntrar.e March
I'er'i'-iui'd by Laura ba iy, Brigid Kelly,
E. O'Connor, C. McCuut
Welcome S.-ng Full Chorus
Address Anus Barn. n
Le Petit l arnival Walts-1'uet itwo pia-
nofl. Hngid o'Connoi. Agnes Powers,
Mary Hrennan, M. Silver-.
Dance of the Havmakers- Huct (two I la-
sot). Bngid kelly.Lsura Ilai.ey, E.
O'Connor, C. M.-Cuoe.
Fa. led Klowcr-Song Julia Jerome
Le Petit Cam val Oalop-l'uet Itwo Pia
nos). Florence Manton, J. Jerome,
Matilda Silvers. A. Pers.
Golden Rin.lets (two planus)
Anne Bailev and Margaret Bailey.
A Boy's Best Friend ! lli Mother-Song
(chorus of female voices ...Mary M. Uibbs
V Hilary Drill - Boys
Concert Polka-Duet (two Manns).........
Catherine Tobin, Brigii Kelly, Catherine
McCune, E. O'Connor.
Bold for the Right-Rwitstion.......
Waller Furbuh, John Kelly, illiam Dun
don. Sea Breetes-Duet (two pianos..
Elitabeth lour, Agces nu-e. mini.
l.:l ai Hull...
uaiirr, ....
The HridgSong (guitar1
Elisabeth OXonnor.
Only Now andThtn-Recitstion
Columbia the item of the Ocean-Song. ..Boys
unril a vuaur.
1 atnerine si'-iunu, . . , ,
L-ii-. u.un K ll'l onliur.
Verdict March-Dm-t (pianol
Mary Uonobue, juiib mw,
Mounliaht n the Lake- ,v,ng .....Chorus
Le Petit Carnival tchottisohe-Duot uo
M'lirgaret' Mi'Cui'e,' alar Brennan, E.
I'., r. A Hi. i.
Caliph ol Bagdad-Trio ................
v. u Connor, r.. iv.van, . -i-vuu,i .
MurKey, . v ii"i ; u
My First Music Leaon-!-ong.Miiry Donohue
l'oet and I'easnni l'uei inn .
Laura Hailey.fc.O Connor. ..mi-une,. nar
ir.t.t Molutia.
Friii is Mv Ho jie-Song ..Elizabeth Markov
Roiling HiPows Piano. .. . -
K 1 1 r ul-el h O Lounor, tatnenne aucuno
Diiima "The Mission of the Water
Fimt Maiden Catherine McCune
Second Maiden r: :-r-""l " "
Third Maiden Elisabeth Miirkcy
(leniiis of Youth bliiabeih 0 Connor
Genii ol Snow iY ,
llonora Uurke, Mary m. uns, jiary rvci
Genii of Ice , ;: .
Mary Foley, M ry Wumlan, Mary talluhan
K,.i-ii ,.r il, Clomli Maraaret McCune
Spirits l Dewdrnp... -; . .
Hrielil yr Connor, r rain-.. huimo
Spirit of the Torrent Mary gnes Hue
l,a r,,.,,.,!. ... Annie tluslinillollS
Spirit of the Shower ;.. . Josephine Burron
Spirit ot mo oc ean v.hbi .
Uyuin to St. Brigid i ull Chorus
.iri. ihii ulinvo tirtiirrninnie had
been concluded fatlmr William Walsh
distributed a number ct pr .ef. cor
,i,n mailul in iiiimin ll ere were
tm candidates of t.pial tank, and in
c nler to detenu ne no biioumi gei n
fai'h votinii lady Wfs rcqmsletl to cut
into the leaves cf a hook with a paper
knife, and the one toncLing Hie leittr
nearesl to A won't! lie tuciareu iiih
winner. By this mettioii tne gout
medal fell to M'S? Kliaalield uonnor.
Bv the nnnie metho l the silver medal
f.ir music wai ananled ti little
Frances Kmiddy. A g ild pen for gen
eral exi'lleocs in scholarship was
alio aannlfd 10 Mi's 1.1 r.ahetli Con
nor. Miss Frsn is Htai.tin won a
prizs for excellence tf deporunent
and unfailing punctuality. Ottier
prizes, not yet ready, will he distrib
uted at the school picnic lu niorru.
bv Father Walsh
the audienca was ilisinifBfd.
Ti) L'tinrM' His oy Ihrungh the
Conuty ( uurt Into the
t ii.iir.
OFFI'E-Kiira I n wi Cotton Eifhange Ituil lit;?. Telejili ne Cij.
orlh Krllleh "! "'
Itnllroad Coniiiiiiulrntloia lo
I'gesrrveil IiiibcI-M r. l"rnl-
llt'ai.ootl Work.
The blowing letter frrm Mr. W.
P. 1'roudBt, tecr.luty of the (.ommit
tfe on tin Piotction of the Hiver
Fiont, expla'ns itself :
The thiid act ottlieinith-s;atighter
farce is over, acd iluue lio have had
any doutt as to whether or not Chair
man Slaughter recti veil twmty-ote
votts on the famom titut ballot last
January will (titerta n them no longer.
Justice Smith himself wi:l be com
pelled to aJuiit that his opponent re
ceived a majority r.f the votes canton
the first ballot. The trial, which was
resumed in the County Court yts'et
day at 10 o'clock, ci cupied the greater
part of the day. Xo new facts were
brought out. Juftice Powel appeared
and testified that he voted for
Slaughter, making twenty who have
given the same testimony. Justice
Stewart was sick in bed at his home in
the Filst District and unable to appear,
but it is known hpyend a doubt that
he also voted the same way, making
the total Lr Slaughter oa the famous
ballot twenty-one. Sprechea setting
out the bo facts were mad by the at
torneys on both sides and the court bv
an overwtelming majority declared,
at't'T hearing eveiything that i guUI he
aid tn the subjec', that Chairman
Slaughter was fairly and sqiiarly
eleited and w as enMlt.l to lis seat.
He took it at Mice and one or two
other trivai matters were brought up
belore him. .Iust;ce Siuith.on his part,
look his usual remedy, an appeal.
'Hie m iv'iii'le. on the who'e. win
a wry ppiuliar one. The court iat is
a tribunal t try V e a e. lu mem
beis appeared as witness's, and, after
bearing aigument bared upon their
own testimony, took a veto and de
cided the Cf'se belore them. The
oddity of havii g an election before a
full tou t, snd afterward trying it be
fore a half tour", ha already been
noticed. Hut whatever 1 he cddilits
of the cap may be, it is clear thsi
Slaughter is in fact the chairman, ard
judging from the manner in which
lie was supported yesterday and the
day before by his brother maatiatratts,
some of whom were opposed to him
before, it is perfectly pla n that they
have been pliwed with Ids adniiuis
tuition of the otlice, and intend to
keep him tin re. On account of the
disturbed condition of thing! he has
not as yet made any gte.it progress
towai d reforming the many abuses thut
txiet in the county, but ha
had done simething, ' and tho'o
who know him ptedict 'hut ho will
make an enviaole reputation fur him
self dining the years he will be per
mitted U enj iy the otlWe. Such lirs
been bis rci' jrd in the numerous re
sp niihle pi sitit ns to which ho has
been elected by the people in the p st.
' Anyone who knows the wire-work-itigs
of county atluirs can eeo at once
that the opportunity to make a repu
tation bv iloing real good h a'niost as
great as that given tne President of
the Police anu riro coni mis
sioned. Jle i the financial ancnt
of thn county and is sup
posed lo keep liinihelf thoroughly
posted in county allnits. The otlmr
huva llii'ir ronrta lo at'elld
to, cr their farms, or their other duties
by the rer'onimtice of which they
.,,b (l,.ir .hiilv lirnlil lie in L' Veil
a salaiy to attend to the allniri i f the
county, and while the power and t'ie
r,f ihiinv nil it i biiMintss hts
in the pst been left entirely with the
ccutt, the chairman rumen ing him
self with being a figure head, he may
a scmhl ni i-ninl in a bundled iliri'C-
t!ons if he is ro im-lined. That he
will takpadvimtpgo ol Ivs oppoitunuy
. , , . . , .
mere can tie no iu ir.i
SonliHl.te r Xhvlll ... lT.i
.i nn i ..... Hi i.r hasifiii'. . i,'
"A7"ltr.t r i 'irk 1.1 1 J i I I..., l Br.kl,..lM.
t ol.ia ol l.lorisl I,U,I I rme bepartment) 4.91MS
Aiurrlrain Barely oiupnn) , nnsiul siouub '
All kIu... of property in-ured
Hpe-i:il Attention given to iniarlni Country Storesi
kllll k WKIIkt H
(LlhltiU HMl'ltM f THE
t UM or ! TISIKKDil .
Ast lnlra.lB Jroraiiime Itsret.
lesjllr ,Besiderr4l - Tbe He v.
sauibell'e AiMri
Bhakespeare were
a view to etieet,
U JI I lani vi awinrv --"
10 Prises of ltHW
20 Prises of 500
lthO Prises of 200
m Prises of 100
500 Prises of 50
1000 Prises 'of . ................... r
9 Approiimation prises of tm
9 Approximation prises of 500
9 Approximation prises of 250.......
1967 Priies, amenntlntto... 1265,500
Application for rates to elnbs snouia De
mads only to tbe omce oi me vuiupaur.
Kew Orleans. , , ,
For further Information write clearly,
giving full addr..;. FONT ALMOTES.. Ba
press Money Orders, or New York Exohenge
r ...i;....i.n.. r!nre.nev bv Ezuress tae
oar expense), addressed
II. A. UAlTHin,
Mew Orlsie, In.
WaablueTlosa. D. C
or at West t'onrl St., Memphis,
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
Krm Orlenno. I.a.
OlUUl dress at onee, im. own o
tLECIKIO GOODS. 842 Broadway, Hew
lora.l ne oniy gen nine.
AGENTS In every section of the country
fortwoNew Books, just ready. Spittui.
liana to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experienje a,
and territory wanted. CAbstLL IO.
(limited), 2 Broadway, . i., audio Dear
born street, Chicago.
fNtbeM day of May, 1SW, the firm of
solved by mutual consent. M GREER,
Attorneys at Law,
-.. . M..n.Am', M.DinklH. Teasss.
i.w. av j. .auu
Practice in the Rtite and Federal Courts of
lennes-iee, Araansaeanj ..iia-i.-pii-f.
tirely cured Mr. S. A. Cocks, 9 Main
Btreet, Memphis, Tenn., of a severe cas-fd
phill" STlfl fever, hp frPMpyn- iti h
A striking and
closed the allegory.
Tha defines from
.all culdftml wi h
and the various cbsracters were wor
tKilv renreented. Koine cf the lead
Inir cereocazes were
Queen Constance Katie A. McNamare
Lictor h UI e Turner
PArtia -kMio Ford
Merchant of Venice Maui tlabby
Francti Paradise
Lady Macbeth, in bieep-waiKinn scene.
WaitinMaid Annie Coyne
n.nr VIII Metta Davii
7. .(. V'afea .lnfiMB
iarainui nwwj - 'ii 77 T
Katherine vTr1"
s9 InVinai.n Taoo
lua uvuuca s w - - j
Davis, Lizzie JODnson, Vecina tunica,
Josie Btonda, Luia hook, cm ma uer
l.n. !.: a linralBltl. KfltlH 1 1'D.Uer
orait and Lillie Turner. Another
grand taolean conciuuea tins irniuro
nt th. nrno-rammn. In the Stitlle
t-'cene from Emdnf, Mies Maggie
Winters represented "hvadne, anu
Mifs Josie Reilly the King.
a a.Im,.. in ihn (yraflnntea wail ne
. ,J ouu.vroa -
livered by the Rev. Father Lilly, each
d medal, all of similar dtsign,
knarinfl Oil nilP lillfl tllft WOTllS. "tit.
UVT...UBU: - ,,., -J
Aonca ApkIbiuv. June inno. anu
the name on tne other. The giad-
na'es last nuht were:
Mifs Kate McNamaia
Mits Maggie D-laney
Miss Julia evils.
Miss Ka'ie Ff rd.
liai M icrcriA Winters.
MisjMarv Lillv. all of Mt-mtihis
except Mis Ford, who is of Milling
fn Ti, n n
Tbeexercises of the under-gradur.tes
tgkes ji ace to nigiit,
Ml. Brlalri'a Nrhool
n-l.a nAn.mpnipmsnt eYprcifies of the
ab5-e-i;at!isdsce!!ent educational fs
tahlishment took place iaet night at
the Young Men's Hebrew Association
Ha'l in the presence of a largo and
Mr. FroiKtHl'a l.eller.
To tho Editors of tbe Appeut:
T liave the nlcasure to inform the
h..noiiv.nu'nliia nf Kntit.h Memnhis
that a dispatch has just been received
giving iue arBiiivion ...
the I.onisvil!e, New Orleans snd 1 exas
andChesap ake and Ohio Kilrcad
Companies, snd the Mits'ssippi and
Tenuesaee lianroau uompsuv, uv
agreed to conttibute the sums oi i,-
500 and $S5tO respectively, which,
with the contiibution of the Kansss
nn fci. .,;!;,, lil anil Memnhis Kail-
Jl I r . tbipiiiasjuv u
rrad, mekis tlie $40,C0O lequired from
the railioa l companiee. me Buun;rij
tions are on condition that the citizens
rai-e their nr.) rata of JL'O.OOO. There
. . . . Air,,., a- I. .. .... . 1, n
is vtt lacking 40oo n hihhb i"o
citizets' fun 1 of $20,0C0. iSevoral
parties from whom subscriptions wero
expected have failed us. Bin Btitety
the Droneity owntra, whose interest
are in gteat jt'opardy, will not allow
twenty-l iur hours io paps ceioio mo
full amount ifl suhH-riueu
'Time ij the e?tcnie of a contract.
Delays are dangerous, ar,d when it is
known that with no deten'ionsor mis
liona it wi 1 reauire four and a half
ninritha to cninp'e'.e the work, which
will be cf tlie most eubaiautiai cnarac-t.-r,
we must push the project ener-geiically.
A meeting ol the uommiveB on
Frottction of South Memphis. a:so
the Finance Commit'ee, will be
held at the omce ot Me-srs. fans a
Co , to-morrow, the loth instant, at
10:30 a. ni.
By order of President 1). r. liad-
en r n nunllhtfIT
Secretary Committee on Protection of booth
hane f
THE c;erma bank.
Kttlrera ssssd
ChnmberlnlH Too Much forl'heirle
lanoiALTO TBI arriAt-l
Chabi.kstoh, 8. C, June 15. Mi-
con won to day by rank and loiten
errois on the part of Charlestun and
Chamberlain's successful work in the
box. Ho was bit (afely live times
and Warner nine times. Score by in
nings: Charleston 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-2
Macon 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0
('hHtlassocisia'si Waterloo.
Ibi'scui. to tiis arras!.. I
Atlanta, Ua., June 15. To-day's
game between Chattanooga and At
lanta was played before a very large
audience, and reeul led In a waterluo
for tha visitois. Wells and Mapnsa
a nt ml (IB l.itturv for Atlan'a and I (art
,,n,l a.iukIhI for Chattac o' ga. The
score by innings was as follows:
Atlanta 0 3 1 0 4 1 0
Chir.iamng..0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T a in on fl. Rell and wife it Stephen
T)Ha U .,lra nniiUi tiorf nf lot 13.
UtJUUn U 'B"W aw... ....... - - - - - '
block 65, Latham, Fac klcr and Jones
subdivision, south side urie&ns street,
for $11,5(0
Pa rick Boms to 14. t. sjoif-man,
lots 105 and lOti, Lane subdiviion,
Dopree (treet, 1 IOimHJ feet, for fJJft.
In),, and Tnlia Pnwera tn A. P.TaV-
lor. trusti e. to seenre Woodruff Lum-
her I In - in the Him OI KHU CU. IOI O"
corner of Virginia and Walker ave
(.'.imnnit lire to Patrick McUer
mott. lots 18, 111 snd 20, block IU, Fort
Pi.-lrurino fnr H7.
1-(li.inn,l Oral 11 tn C W. Edmnnds.
lots 18. Ill and 20. block 84, Fort Pick
ering, for $3iil 57.
FJdmond Orgfll to llieo iweawi,
lots 18, 1( and 20, bkek 64, Fott 1 ick-
enng, lor J l.u .
oar Wont Euenilee,
Neat to our vices, are ourfollios. Amona
ih.n, I. ih. Imi.erllln. of future bodily com
fort, and the avenwe tenure ol nie to wnicn
niM r.f moderately eood constitutions are
presumsbly entitled, by imprudence In eat-
in. .irir.kln. and lb. rei k ess use oi
druas. It Is c ne of tbe hi'ly capabilities of
llostetUr's Stomach Hitters that it can re-
i.air damnUB UIU8 innicwa. n aen uio
f i.,.ta.u ,i, l,. ...! ,,ut nf orJer.
. , u...l i..n.,,iB Li.th ifivins AT -
me coniriei," " 7 r .
donee ol l ili' usness, there is a necessity t"r
repairs uikhi me Human tenement "
enounh t., sortie its nostc-'sor. A coarse ;f
the llitte'S the ahandonireiitol "druaami
for relict', and a eomuion -sense diet ana
mode (if lite-tnese will M'SMiir in
-i i... ih. KtiK. ht iainme lor
fever ana sirue. and mercry for liiln.usne-s
and eon lii.ntios won't d ... the Bit ers will.
It also relieves rheumatKin and neurulsia,
and in:ic'.ivny ol tne Kanc?.
HnMeboll Note.
Balimohk, 3; Athletic, 2.
Waf iiinoton, 1 ; Bo-ton. H.
Dktr iit, 7; KaLsns City, 2.
Philadkli'uia, 1 ; New Yotk, 5.
Metrocolitans, 10; Brooklyn, 7.
v .u. .1 Kavinnali nr Nashville
yeBttrday ou account of rain.
tiincD ItARNia of Bill more real
a. .in .,.1 in liia tam recently. He
laid off Henderson indellnite'y with-
. , i t ...I;...
OUt pay, taxen MUHIOOU Ilir niuiuer-
work, and told the entire nine to buy
roller skates and If am to slide. Man
ager Birnie bai managed a club be
0- 1
xr.r. .nnii. tMkt.iTiinniii'H rirovs be
m inoin - -
yond a doubt that Allcuck's Porous
Plasteis euro paralysis, nervous de-
bilitv and lo s ol memiry when ap
plied ti the spine. lliey remove
i.:.i., .nm,iliiua when worn on the
smsllof the back; applied to the pit
of the strmaeti, oyniv psia auu iuu.-
ftitliia rnllilis and
asthma no longer trouble the suffeiing
patient when ne uo .urm uu
:.!. tr ,nn have neauacne or
want to sleep put an Allcock a 1 orotis
Plaster on the nape oi me ,
i. nt nn. dune. I.ut well done.
This lemedy not only cures ague cake,
1:..... ..,r.u;r,t .nil malaria, hut is a
nvni tuui'.i". ...
protection against fevers, small-pox or
sewer gm.
A liriiitKiHt'a Mory.
. t... fl niianman. drnevist.
Ki.,,ro v. Y.. writes ns: "I have
- .., .i
I.. Ik. ...at An VRHTS BUI II W.oi.i
irroes of lr. William Hall's Balsa-fl for
the Longs, lean say of it what i
. . n n nrri.r niHiiii:iiin. .
cannui may oi
. .,. t.car.l . piiatnmer soeak ot
it but to praiBe its virtues in the high
est manner, l nave rccoiiim-uucr. ,t
in a great many cases oi wnooping
congh, with the bappient effects. I
have UBed it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
es Wre-ot Merit
Of that beantilier of the teeth, KOZO
DO NT, is that its effect uon tbe
mout'a is rtfre.-hing, while as a means
of c'.pansing the teeth and improving
the breath, it (tacds alone. MMm
Notwithstanding the heavy ran
storm, the closing extremes ot the
Itraduating class of M. Msry's were
witne Bid by a lare, n :iued and in
telligent audience.
n-l.u ... ..rnnim. mild 111) ill OlllllitV
what it lacaul iu ijuantity and was a
source of de iht to all no were prs-
et.t ltcoiii"iii;
Salutatory . tiiuuii limners
Ko,-ltation-A Cup ol Cold Water, l-y lean
ttl k.l. P.trl.r I .in,-.
l'iano Solo-Hol.ert le Diad.e
Misi Klise Ci.i ke.
Essay nn Clsss Mottu-An Thou l.iijma
foundations, art inou ioimumh i-
,,, i .,,v Mii- Jennie lavis
Itocitiition-Lady ilerald lie's t'onrl
tul, . .irs. iiruwiium
Miss f iinnie 1'io.e. .. . .
Kona-Ilinl of Dawn Miss Nicholson
llecitation-inrideiii iroui me i- "
ti,., l l,,,.l Miss Nome rime
Vl.,liciorv.'. ' Miss lnc Noriell
t'kurus Mine uanulie nulls.
AlUfthe above weic eM-ellently
done, but we mud single out lor
uncial cmnninniatipn tlie lecnatiiui,
"I.idv Oera'diiiK a tVnttHiiip. iy
Miss Vutinia Page, and 'he adiiibable
va'edii U ry ot Mihh Inez inrveii. in
a murical way the gems ni the pro
grauime weie the exqiiis te ringing of
Mi's Nicholson cf "Bird of ln
nn.l ih lnvelv "Blue Dii'inbo Wallis,"
rung by a chotmcf female v.ict-s.
1 he following aie Hie names ci mo
young ;d:cB whrse I nines, according
toacuhtoin ot tne Si'tiCO', are rin
hlaz )tied on au ilhiinintted "Kill of
honor:" Misses Bettie lavii C'oik,
Fmiiia Newman Rogers, Inm orvel,
Kate Porter Puire. Fannie Page,
Klcanor Page, Jennie Lillian Davis,
Mmv ArniHtiong, Lid Pryor, way
ai,..'U all Uorl.o In nn HhiiiIoth 111.
Cunie Barhiim, Lulu Pn'citea L-iatli,
Msrthalismil'on.waiy Alice niayues,
Maude Bedford, Lmlla Ferguson,
lor Jones.
The fjllowing h a iwt oi ttie gtiui-
nii a to whom diplomas were a want
ed at thn bands of Bishop ijmnlat'l,
who addrcFHed the c!hs btielly, but
with touching eloquence: Mime
Kiiiina Newman Roiiers, .Nne l.ill.nu
Iavis, Fannie Page, Kate l' tcr Page,
Klesnt r I'hepoe Pitgr-, Wary auix
and lues Norvi II.
Misses Bettie Pavis t-'nok anu i-oun
Livermoru received diplomas as psst
gtalimtes ,...
The cloung aunrtBs win iwuiri
ivthoKev. i. W. l)niiih(ll, l. D,
led r of M. PhuI's. Cliattanroiru, and
from it we make the following ex
tructs: . .
"I pray you, my t'ear jourg inencs,
In a.l.nit Ho .ll.ll llllllOll IlltO VCHT
heads us that, in any true reuse, there
,uctl In. nn nntimon sill l eiwreu um
sexei in the rate of lilo. Huch an idea,
Ignorantly en'ertainfd by sumo
at ttie preseni nay t"iu mn un .
rule by ite most refill d minds),
has worked incalculable baim.
hanker. in VOlir
comirg lives, after any work that has
been generally recogni.eJ as pecu
liarly the province of man. If you do,
you cannot do your own duty, and io
..Lis tmiHt. then inevitably sutler at
your haiuis.
There has been a great deal
of dinussion about the edu
caion of women. rime uesire
to do away with distinctions of
ti. :.. ni.ilit, In irivn the
rex iu iuib i.o,,v.., ip- - -
same training to al', snd teach wcmeii
to do the wnri oi men. iimua vuu,
you have been delivered from this,
'i i... ,uoni,lno vim have rereivrd has
been such as is calculated lo eslahlifli
ynur hfarts in hiya'ty to (foil, snd to
keep alive and warm withiu you tho
true iiina oi nomti.
'Ti,,,,.. u o i ivine v annoinieii ami
U.'inu eiilTiirH iit'e between ttie sexes
anil their work. liniawB oi uuu i i
tlie mattpr tannot ne ovi r-s eppeu.
l. i,... .at iiuuln. without dacirer.
llllll ll i.tow n" - ,
"l luia hecn vour good fjituno to
i i.i oi a oi'linnl at which the svs
...... ,u . tn tiii d iiiIh in their
tniii in c... - - "
proper place, and given thf m them an
eiluualion which, ii n..nn..j ... .....
n la ,.ali iiliit.ed to pioduce ihe brst
A ryt ts-lflfin llflfifl ."
' ""-- .... , ,
Ynn are ir una uhu n,J'ii ""
. i ..J iih nnei'r to make
putce ni uiou " - , r i- - i
liniiies irav and graceful, religious and
...iirwui in ninrriniftr. iiimuum-i. i
HUIUtJU, - r- ,
..a ..r : .... (l.at an fnilV nrOVKlH.
OH I I' I Iti "lJ j i.
wither wbv you are lurniHliea with th
evntsar ni H -HL ? I 1 11 It lyieji-m a. s&u
....... ...-1,1 q vnii would IMHHOD. all
yuu f ",,,uf j , , . .
Ti . i am tinrriai. Do lint
lor a moment lend an ear to thoio who
mav endeavor to pers.mue yuu
- , In aruiiultf IQ
ou csnnni nun .
i nnw is. a mission worthy
of yourselves. A womanly woman ia
. J . .1 ! .t... 1 nr. I l.l. O mill II
the sweeiest tuiug hid '" '
A rranly woman has made lierve.f ills-
gust ng- MlfSton mni'ioiiii u.
datuhter.atrne one; a mother, t may
be, later on, with all that word con
veys, snggeuing iiiuuuuio m
duly that are fairly very honorable.
a ..4 r nnrnn. n ii. i t uo
iHiniHterinaanRel to the roiuhor na
a 4i. Vr.ran silnnH mn rlsOOltlS
lurus mil "i,,vu .t a
1 1 a, rt nf niiBfi in thut caveri
j inn n " , , . . . . .
a woman a bouI with neauty n n..
.i.i and whrso result will bo to
rrn.n her with glolV in the kingdom
of tlie Lord."
At a mieticg of the directors of
the German Bink.held yeeterday, Mr.
T. H. Milhuin tendeted 1 U icfigna
tion as president and dir-r or o! tbat
bauk, that step being fi rc-d upon hiia
by the growing demands np'iu his
time of hm large) niaiiiij .ciuriug iu
terests. Mr. Juo. U. Mi burn, for eiiu
ilsr ivasots, tendered Ihh rs gnatioa
us duec'.or. The diiei tois, with many
cxpresaicin of pialse hr the etlicient
uiauner in which the titirira gentle
men had performed thur duties as
jneideiit and director te pectfully,
atveitrd t't.eir resigtiht oue, ttking
ocuts on, h iwever, tj express regrut
that the tsii' was ahcut to lose n.eir
valiiahies.Mvicts. Mr. Jul nV. C ch
, i . . .
nn wna then e ectetl pr- s iicin, iir.
W. t'. Mi'Cu e vice-presid- tit, ud Mr.
FiUifil i-vi'Hiiuth, ca-tiirr n the
lnnk. win s's.V.eitrd a .lirecti i. It is
uiidni'o id that syndic t - .mipusid
of tlie Missis. l.V-tf New Vol and
a few lea l:iig Mtnu h-s tap ta'iaUi
have pur.difHi-d Mr. MfiVjum's mo k,
estiniatfd a s-70,UK for lilil pr.ee. The
(i.rnian Bank h BcUKvasti i linin g
the tirct ill the ii t ufwi 1 m. liani'd
and Aic.eHsfii! moneyed iiisM'.ut tins,
and we, I deso'ves the p oud p 'S tion
it occldea in the liiiatniiil wi rld.
Ti e niA ollli era rai k am uigmirmjet
capable ,1'iism e s mer, iIih pres.dent
being i ileil (or keen btiiiue s it 8 ght
anl j. ghii'ut and excel'mt cap.city
for itll.irn J''r. tioh'suiiib, he
cashier, ;8 n t ot ly thoroughly tinmed
iu all tne mil u' detniis of luuii-i tf,
hut is an tec nihlis! i'd Ii: unc i r ill
the larue t !-ei:se of the teim, having
i.. .I.,, uitiniw ii nf titiaiiee a Hllliiect
of careful stinlv for many yesrs;a-lded
, , ' . , i .. : .. I .... 1,1.
to tlKS h 8 l: ilrlllllgrtOie nun ruiv, uib
r pe jit iKinei.t ol men, t is solii.il con-
hkiviiibui anl nit ma o khow eng..
of the cnmniercal stilt iltcg ii
nesrlv every luisiners linn m Mem-
phit all ths comtine to iiul-
ify him in an eminent utuieu
for t' e iCH't:o:i which he hs n long
,i i. i ... ii,., uiitiHlnc loii of nil con
cetned, ard to wh ch he ha i just been
ntiainmoi-.slv rw eieiieo. hip "'o"
Ku.iIi. mid' r its new llii:err, will cer
tain vcol tiuue tn desi rvo tliat pros-
i( li-f and pnhltctavpr wtvcii ioi,oeu
It under tvie iliiei'tioit ol thf e-teomed
gentlemen win ate no longer con-
ni Ctl'll wi i n-
Young & Brother,
l.ooksplli'1'8 and Mationeiu.
3 1 Main N., MonuiliKTenn
Lacroix'8 Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
IT UK TUX!:-, t'AVAS Klc.
lllZr& H jf- gift M
pS 3 l . B B 3 oS,
" 3
A 1
f fi o
r a. 1 -ii .
c ft tn 3 t.. a
w n v p a -
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2 a-.
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JOHN K. KAMM.F. A CO., AgentJ, '
Mniplil. reMi :
h. . Toor
Tim Voltaic Bkit Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebru'a-d
Voltaic Bklth and Klectric Appli
8nces on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, IiH of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Ulna! rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope wtui iuu
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at once. -
Alti' l Motliern.
Mrs. Winslow's Smthing Syrup
should always le used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves tho little
BiiBereis at once; it produces nntural,
quiet sleep by relieving tho child
from tain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button. It is
verv pleasant to Uwto. It soothes the
cliifd, sfiltens the gums, allays all
flUlll, 11-11. a " I ' - f- .
lowels, and ia the best known remedy
for diarrho a, whether arising irom
teething or other causes. Iwenty
flve cen t.8 a bottle.
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
(Arras Block)!
' ew and Latent Styles Stock. Hew
Type, Now Machlucry.
Prices as low as anywhere, Nortl
or Eust. 1
Increased fiullllles Tor doluf a'
kinds Llthograyhlng. '
r.r.R pahk ako "-v
ttta crest of tha AllesUaias. tauliio tU
famous Ulads fajtii.n. airactlr on th hnat
tha K. and 0. No ttaaa Ki.' or litis TraB.
IS til Ilia n ana nufi
ula nn tha llaltnuora an Ohio Ratlroa.
tiiasa loyl lin rmorts ata bayond all cod
p.rison tha most advantageooslf local
D.,ih asm tr.iin -ervica and eurroundims,
.n aiist i.l tha Bnoaies.
ss.u pr... J"e
N i.is.iuiti-cs NolUrK'Ter No Malari
Vctr 1'ark arid uamanu, ins wu. j ; v
sis milfs distant truin the other with I i
uiu.i cbarwint uriva, rn"Ki 0. w . i !
he ari.ler the management ot Mr. w. S 1
W'ALKKK, who. in h s thrre seasons ma 5
aaement.h .s m ;de many enthuniMtic frier, r
01 tnn flurious result. Ail coiuinunioa ti
shim d be addreeJ 10 n . j. "
City Hotel. Cumberland. Md.. ptoJ..
1-th. Alter that data, aitt er Deer Park. -
tins, .r and H wt month,
par Unit' to looaliono. , ,
The B. and . Cmnpany has spared nr.
pen-, in rendering Ueer Park and Oakll
the Uadina MouDtain Resorts ol the ki
ind f,.r the season of lthe atlra -lions I
l,e n( achsrai-ter not hitherto eqnaled.l
the eaisinaot both houses unexcelled.
First-class Laundry, fine Livery. I
tant new Bathina Po'jl-., , . ... ln
Tha 6nit placo for Caildrea lo the

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