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Row Captain Landlord Was Killed by • Monster Sword*Fish. I A bulletin of the United States Fish j Commission just issued gives the fol- I Inwin" account, as described in a let. j . „ lininl of the killin g of a ■ ter to Ft ot. Hand. 01 me ol a man by a sword-fish: ••The schooner Venus is a small ves sel of about twelve Ions, owned and commanded by Franklin D. Langsford, of Lanesvillc, Mass., with a crew of three men, engaged in the general fish eries off the coast of Massachusetts. On Monday morning, August 9, Captain Langsford sailed from home in pursuit of sword-fish. About eleven o'clock in the morning, when oight miles north east from Halibut Point, in Ipswich Bay, a fish was seen. The captain, with one man, Inking a dory, gave chase, and soon harpooned the fish, throwing over a buoy with * line attached to the harpoon, after which the fish was left and they re turned to the vessel for dinner. About an hour later the captain, with nno man, again took his dory ami went out to seettro the fish. Picking up tho buoy. Captain Langsford took hold of the line, pulling his boat toward the sword-fish, which was quite largo anil not badly wounded. The line was taut as the boat slowly neared the fish, which tho captain intended to lance and tiius kill it. When near the fish, but too far away to reach it with tho lance, it quickly turned and rushed at and under the boat, thrusting its sword up through tho bottom of tho boat twenty-three inches. As the fish turned and rushed toward the boat the line was suddenly slacked, caus ing the captain to fall oyer on his back; and while ho was in tho act of rising the sword came piercing through tho boat and into his body. At this time another swordfish was in by. and tiro sight captain excited and anxious tc secure both, raised himself up, not knowing that he was wounded. Seeing the sword, lie seized it, exclaim ing. 'Wc'vo got him, any wav!' II: lay in the bottom of the dory, holding fast to tho sword until the vessel came alongside, while tho fish, being under the boat, could not be reached. Soon the captain said: 'I think I am hurt, and quito badly.' When the vessel ar rived ho went on board, took a few stops, and fell, never rising again. The boat and fish were soon hoisted on board, when the sword was chopped off to free th* hunt, and tho fish was killed on the deck of tho ves sel. The fish weighed 2to pounds after its head and tail were cut off' and the viscera removed; when alivo it weighed something ovor 300 pounds. Captain Lansford survived tho injury about three days, dying on Thursday, August 12 of peritonitis. The sword lias been deposited in tho United States National Museum ."—Washington Star, near GAUDY UNIFORMS. Blm Military Gsrbi 8'en in Londo Onto log the Jubilee Exnreliie*. The garb of all the armies in the waild, save those of France and tho United States, seems to be illustrated here—and illustrated in the most vivid manner. Tho eye, it is true, seeks in rain for the blue tunic and the panta on garance of our nearest Continental geighbors. Equally conspicuous by their absence arc the simple tunics and shoQ^der-straps of the brave country men of Grant, of Sherman and of Sheridan; but, on tho other hand, the martial array of nearly all tho Conti nental nations, and even of Siam and Japan, arrest inspection. Tho Aus trian army has lately been roelad; the ti;ht <rray tunic and low, b'ack leg gings of the Croat grenadier have dis appeared. and the white tunics of the infantry have been replaced bv more convenient nnd loss co«tly uniforms of blue and gray. But there is in the choir at least ono costume, worn by nil Austrian oflieor of high rank in attend* ancc on the Crown Prince, which com prises tho familiar and eminently he. coming white coateo and cherry-col ored trousers, laced with gold, former ly the predominant atlire of tho Kai ser's hosts. Again, tho graceful IIal ien uniform, with its largo epaulettes of silver; tho shapely dross of the Spanish officer, with its low-crowned while shako, and every imaginable va riety of tunic nnd pirkethauhe of the German military wardrobe, including tho famous while tunic, silvered stool casque, and high jack boots of Prince Bismarck's regimont of cuirassiers aro liberally en evidence. Hussars. U h Voltigeurs, Guards, Hon veils, pass in a kaleido scopic panorama; and of Hungarian cavalry uniforms there is a sumptuous exhibition. One panoply of tightly fitting crimson, one mass of gold •mbroidery, terminating in Hus boots Russian Chevalier Ians, ■lan ol tassels fold bullion, excites a murmur of ad* miring comment, while approbation untnlnglet) is bestowed on a hussar dress ot blue nnd gold, in which the "dolman" or jacket hanging loose from th* shoulder, formerly worn by our own aoldiera, but discarded after •he Crimean war, is seemingly of blue ••tin, trimmed with the richest anbla tor. White or ore am-colored trousers, Mamtd with gold, urn worn by mor* •Ann one military magnifico •broad) one personnge of note wests a •niform ourlonsly barred with gold and •kite, somewhat after the manner fa. miliar In portraits of British Admirals " tts eighteenth century; nnd the euo. •"••on of foreign miUtnry raiment ia •• oontinuone and so livelv that it T°®ld bt almost a relief to the eye te g&tssEtosas *•>•■ edciriied with the skull and 5»tat ed th* Blnek BranawieW with from Ii-.'. THE PONY EXPRESS. flow tlie Late Ben Halliday Reduced Tima I t4i Sun Francisco. j The death of Ben Halliday continues to I revive stories of the trials and specula j tions and triumphs of overland trans ■ I>,,ltn,ion before the period of transpu tillentBl ra ii r oading,says th. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. Halliday was a born speculator and organizer. Back of him stood W. H. Russell, of St. Louis, who really originated both the Pike's Peak and Overland Express Company and the fa mous pony express,although Halliday was the active agent and ultimately became the owner. In 1850 Russell sent Halliday to Salt Lake to sublet a contract to supply the Government with flour at three and one-half cents per pound. But the trans portation was twenty-two and one-half cents more. Halliday discovered that Brigham Young had wheat in great quantity stored up, and bargained with him to mill and deliver it for seven cents, by which Halliday cleared $150,000 by keeping his eyes open. Mr. Russell had or ganized the Pike's Peak and Overland Express, but Halliday was made president, advanced $10,000 and then foreclosed on the property, which he after a time sold to Wells, Fargo & Co. for $2,000,000 The pony express was a branch of the overland com pany. All mail had been previous to 1860 carried by the Pacific Mail Company. A new stage route had been organized to run south of the snow line in opposition to the overland express. The time for the trip was calculated at twenty days,and after a million had been spent upon it the an nouncement appeared in the papers that on the 8th of April, 1860, ponies would start from San Francisco and from St. Joseph, the riders along the overland express route being provided with frequent relays. There were gathered at St. Joseph as the pony started w est from the banks of tho Missouri, and in eight days and four hours the letters were delivered at San Francisco. The pony ex press walked off with the Government con tracts and, as letters were five dollars be lido postage, there was money in it. less than ten thousand people Method Akin to Madness. A Boston man tells tho following In cident as illustrating the strictly method ical style of doing business which distin guished the early Boston merchants. Having occasion to settle an account with a well-known honored linn he was sent by tho firm which employed him to deliv er a note o i demand for $1,6)3. The word d ollars was abbreviated so that it read dolls Mr. Perkins, the dignified head of tho house, received the document, and ad justing his spectacles read it and handed it back to the messenger, saying: "Young man, w*don't want 1,6)) dolls in our business. TItkc it back and have it made dollars and Iwili accept it" A Thrifty Plnnleh Colon Tho colony of Finlanders in Klickitat County, Washington Territory, are said to be a most industrious class of people. By economy they booh gain a competence. Tho commune prevails among them to a large extent. A late arrival comes from Finland and tho settlers como together and in a few days build a house and fence a farm for him. There is no season in which they are itdle. salmon they win be ics and fish-wheels. When winter comes • hey are in tho timber, cutting rails, posts and fuel. During the run of found at the canner Children Starving to Death On account of their inability to digest food, will find a most marvelous food and remedy in Scott's Kmulsion of Fure Cod Liver OU with Hypophosphites. Very palatable and easily digested. Dr. 8. W. Coiien, of Waco, Texas, says: " I havo used your Emulsion in Infantile wasting with good results. It not only restores wasted tissues, but gives strength and increases tho appetite. 1 am glad to use such a reliable article." War is the bridegroom more expsnslr* than the bride! The bride is always given ttvay, while the bridegroom ia often sold. Prickly Asn Bitters warm up and In vigorate the stomach, improves and strength ens the digestive organs, opens the pores, promotes perspiration, and equalizes the cir culation. As a corrector of disordered sys tem there is nothing to equal it. When a mother starts out to seek her boys who are enjoying a surreptitious swim in tho neighboring pond there lsltke ly to be a brisk movement of undressed kids. —-Dasto/i Courier. Thief Arrested# Tho news was received with the utmost satisfaction by the community that he had terrorized; but tho arrest of a disease that is stealing away a loved and valued life, is .... achievement that, should inspire heart felt gratitude. Chilliness, cold extremities, depressed spirits, nnd extremely miserable sensations, with pale, wan features, are the results of disordered kidneys and liver. Arrest the cause at once by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is a purely vegetable detective, that will ferret out ami capturo the most subtle lung or blood disorder. Druggists. Presses ran not b© beautifully draped Without some undorpiuuiug.—A. 0. Fie* yuttt. THE MARKETS. New York, August 8, .1 3 " CATTLE—Native Steers. COTTON—Middling . FLOUR—Good to Choice. WHEAT-No. 2 Red.. CORN-No. 2. OATS—Western Mixed.. PORK— Mess (new). ST. LOUIS COTTON—Middling. BEEVES—Good to Choice .. Fair to Medium... HOGS—Common to Select.... SHEEP— Fair to Choice. FLOUR-Patenta. XXX to Choice WHEAT-No. 8 Red Winter. CORN-No.:) Mixed OATS-No. 9. RYE-No. 9. TOSAOCO—Lugs ... (t i I i (ii •Vl '(* <ii* id '• > 10 II . fro 8 SI So 4 I - 3 50 <>i. 5 00 (ft 5 3» 2 5 -1 <& 4 01 8 80 to 4 >0 2 25 to 3 00 07k 35 1 * to IfSIilt *»'l 44 48 7 hi ! SO rDOUR-HiihOrad.. oATS^Ohoice'wwtcrn. HAV-Cboio....- BAooN-ciear mb' g 00 a 10 M 18 Ol) Desf—Medium.. HAY-Cholce Timothy (new) BUl'TER—Choice Dairy BOOS—Freah. PORK—StauilariiMe*.(new|. .... BACON—Clear Rib. » LARD—Prime Steam. WOOL—Fins to Choice. CHICAGO. 24 « 8M 10 0U 61. 80 4 80 8 00 CATTLE—Shipping. HOGS—Good W Choice. SHEEP—Good to Choice. FLOUR—W Inter. Patent.. WHEAT-No. * Spring. CORN—No. *. OATS-No. 8 Whit.. POKK-New Moat. KANSAS CITY. OATTLE-Shlpping Steer*.... HOGS—Sale. at.. WHEAT-No. *. OATS-No. ». CORN—No. S. 8 40 4 U0 8 18 8 00 4 88 8 IW 4 80 4 60 » 18 08 4 00 8 90 ! 6 80 6 00 »i4 88 . m 84 84R 84 NEW ORLEANS. 4 60 9 96 68 "88 *48* 81 00 80 00 16 78 S3 66 tT—NOsIHrt" rSiiilSS:: 48 804 80 »•" »« & a; ll This What Ails Tout »cu haro dull, heavy headache, ob struction of the nasal passages, discharges falling from the head into the throat, some times profuse, watery and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody and putrid; eyes weak, watery and in flamed ; ringing in the ears, deafness, hack ing or coughing to clear the throat, expector ation of offensive matter, together with scabs from ulcers; voice changed and nasal twang; breath offensive; smell and taste impaired; is there a sensation of dizziness, with mental depression, a hacking cough and general debility? If you have all, or any considerable number of these symp toms, you arc suffering from Nasal Catarrh. The more complicated your disease has be come, the greater the number and diversity of symptoms. Thousands of cases annually, without manifesting half of the above symp toms, result in consumption, and end in tne grave. No disease is so common, more de ceptive and dangerous, or less understood, or more unsuccessfully treated by phy sicians. The manufacturers of Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy offer, in good faith, a re ward of 1500 for a case of this disease which they can not cure. The Remedy is sold by druggists, at only 50 cents. Do "Here Is another lock-out," said tht barber as he examined the elderly gentlo* man's head.— Boston Beacon. Wnn>: fragile woman pighs, deploring The cbarius that quickly fade away, What power, the hloorn of health restoring. Can check the progress of decay? The only aid that's worth attention. For pains and ills of such description, Thousands of women gladly mention— •Tls "Pierce's Favorite Prescription." Tho jprice of this royal remedy, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, is but ono dollar. Specific for all those chronic ailments and weaknesses peculiar to women. The only medicine for such maladies, sold by drug gists, under a positivo guarantee from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction or money refunded. See guarantee on bot tle wrapper. Large bottles $1. Six for $5. "Tiierb is plenty ot room at the top," said the hotel cleric as he ordered the porter to put up another cot on tho roof. No investment pays so well as a good edu cation, as is clearly shown by tho record of the Alumni of the Rn.nv School, Louis ville, Ky. It offers tho best advantages, and enjoys the highest class of patronage. For fifteen years it has stood witn tho fore most in preparing boys for college or busi ness life. Tlio terms ure reasonable. Send for catalogue to A. L. McDonald, Principal Does a boys "funny bone" enable tola to laugh in uis flleevol R. W. Tans ill & Co., Chicago: We are selling ,four times as many "Tan sill's Punch" against any other cigar and have only had them in the case a week. J. A. ToziEit, Druggist, Brockport, N. Y. The man who can not talk yacht nowa days is away in the rear of the proces sion. -BAYt YOU CHILLS AND FEVER 1 KRESS 1 FEVER TONIC; PUWly Wffeudile In compositions ntd a rare and edy. We gunrantee a cure in every case where followed, and thedruffRist from whom yon f inrrhftse t» ftiilhorifed to refuad the money ia ailure. Give it a trial. by usinjf ). get rid of if tain directions of If It Does You no Good It Will Cost You Nothing. IT ERADIVAIKS ALL MALARIA, And leaves the systira strong, vigorous Mid able to rciiat disease. Aak your Dnigaist for it. If he haa none on hand have him order it for you. PAICE. 8100 PER BOTTLE. MESS' FEVER TONIC CO. f St. Lottie. MEYER SROS. & CO., 6eneril Agents, LIVER, BLOOD AND LUNG DISEASES. 7 --- Mrs. Mart A. McCLrRi. Columbia, Kant H IIVCR niqcm writes: "I addressed you in November, 1884, LlVtll UIvLivL i n regard to my health, being afflicted with AUII liver disease, heart trouble, and female weak „ ness. I was advised to use Dr. Pierce's UriQT Toripi C Golden Medical Discovery, Favorite Pre nUIII IHUtfDLta gorintion and Pellets. I used one bottle of the 'Prescription,' five of the 'Discov ery,' and four of the * Pleasant Purgative Pellets.* My health be gan to improve under the use of your medicine, and my strength came back. My difficulties have all disappeared. 1 cau work hArd all day, or walk four or five miles a day, and stand It well; and when I began usfcig the medicine 1 could scarcely walk across the room, most of tho time, and I did not think I could ever feel well again. I have a little baby girl eight months old. Although she is a little delicate in size and appearance, she is healthy. 1 give your reme dies all the credit for curing me, as I took no other treatment after beginning their use. I am very grateful for your kindness, and thank God and thank you that I am as well as 1 am after years of suffering." n Mrs. Parhelia Drundagi, of 151 Lock Street , GENERAL Lockport, A. )'. writes: " I was troubled with Mbnhiwb chills, nervous and general debility, with frequent sore throat, and my mouth was badly cankered. My liver was inactive, and I suffered much from dyspepsia. I am pleased to say that your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets' have cured ice of all these ailments and 1 cannot say enough in their praise. I must also say a word in reference to your 'Favorite Prescription.' as it has proven itself a most excellent medicine for weak females. It has been used in my family with excellent results." Dyapepala.-J ames L. Colby, Esq., of Yucatan. Houston Co M Minn., writes: "I was troubled with indigestion, and would eat heartily and grow poor at the same time. 1 experienced heart burn, sour stomach, and many other disagreeable symptoms common to that disorder. I commenced taking your 'Golden Medical Discovery' nnd 'Pellets.' and INr BORATES I »* m ROW entirely tree trail the dyspepsia, and infiouimikw am> Jn fact healthier than 1 bav«- been lor M SyCTCy five years. I wtigh one hundred and seventy WIG l bin* one one-half pounds, and have done as much work the past summer i done in the same length of time in my life, i medicine that seemed to tout* up the tntistlcs and invig'-rat# the whole system equal to your 'Discovery' and 'Pellets. " Dyspepsia. — Theresa A. Cass, of Springfield, Mo., writes: "I was troubled one year with liver complaint, dyspepsia, and sleeplessness, but vour 'Goldeu Medical Discovery' cured Cliilla and Fcver.-IUv. n. E. Mosley. .V mmi. S. C„ writes: "Last August I thought 1 I took your * Discovery' aud it stopped them in a very short time.'' Debility. Mrs. I. V. Webber, of Yorkshire, Cattaraugus Co., I lurn I"., writes: " I wish to say a few words in praise LIVER y° ur 'Golden Medical Discovery'and 'Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' For five years previous to (llOCIcr taking them I was a great sufferer; I had a UIGtaob, gfvere pain in my right side continually; was -- nimble to do my own work. I am happy to flay ell and stroug, thanks to your medicines.'' I hav r took I am now Chronic Diarrhea Cured*—D, Lazakre. Esq., S7S and S77 Decatur Street, New Orleans, La., writes: " 1 used three bottles of the 'Golden Medical Discovery,' anti it has cured mu of chronic diarrhea. My bowels arc now regular.'' >uid die with i li and fever. "THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE. Thoroughly cleans© th© blood, which is the fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and good digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health and vigor will be established. Golden Medical Discovery cures ail humors, from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to the worst Scrofula, or blood poison. Especially has it proven its efficacy in curing Sult-rheum or Tetter, Fever-sores, Hip-joint Disease, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, and Eatkig Ulcers. and can walk with the help of crutches. He does not suffer any pain, and can eat aud sleep as well as any one. It bus only been about three? months since he commenced using your medicine, 1 cannot find words with which to express uiy gratitude for the benefit he has received through you.'' ■ Rev. F. Asbi ry Howell, Pastor of the M. E. INDIGESTION Church, of SUverton, y. J., says: *'I was af IIHIIULOiiun flicted with catarrh and indigestion. Boils nnd Boils blotches began to arise on the surface ot the skin, and 1 experienced a tired feeling and dullness. I began the use of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery as directed by |jj, n f 0r BUL .h complaints, and in one week 8 time T began to feel like a new man, nnd am now sound and well. The * Pleasant Purgative Pellets ' arc the best remedy for bilious'or Sick headache, or tightness about the chest, and bad taste in the mouth, tiiat L have ever used. My wife*could not walk across tho floor when she began to take your 'Golden Medical Discovery.' Now she ciiti walk quit© a little ways, and do somo light work." Blotches. Skin Disease.-The "Democrat and News." A Trnoiair of Cambridge, Maryland, says: "Mrs. Eliza I tiinioLt Ann Poole, wife of Lemiard Poole, of U il i liamsburg, Dorchester Co., Md„ has l?een cured BCCI ICTIflN of a liad ease of Eczema by using Dr. Pierce's *J"^*_**"' Golden Medical Discovery. The disease np ^ pearod first in her feet, extended to the knees, covering the whole of tho lower limbs from feet to knees, then attacked the elbows and became so severe as to prnsfrate her. After being treated by several physicians for n year commenced the use of the medicine named above. She soon tiegan to inend and is now well and hearty. Mia. Poole thiuks the medicine haa saved her life and prolonged her days." Mr. T. A. Ayres, of East yew Market, Dorchester County, Md+ vouches for the above fact*. she Mrs. Ida M. Strong, of A imv^wth, Ind., writes: HlP"JOINT "My little lK*y had been troubled with hip-loint iiir wwini ciigeas© for two years. When he commenced the Itierier use of your 'Golden 3Iedical Discovery' And UIIL WL 'Pellets,' ho was confined to his bed, and could not bo moved without suffering great pain. But now, thanks to your * Discovery,' he is able to be up ail lire time, CONSUMPTION* WEAK LUNGS* SPITTING OF BLOOD. Goldin Medical Discovert cures Consumption (which la Scrofula of the Lungs), by its wonderful blood-purifying, invigora ting and nutritive properties. Tor Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis. Severe Coughs. Asthma, ana kindred affections, it is a sovereign remedy. While it promptly cures the severest Coughs tt strengthens the system and purifies the blood. It rapidly builds up the system, and increases the flesh and weight of those reduced below the usual standard of health by M wasting diseases." rnnatosiBtfton.— Mrs. Edward Newton, of Harrousmith* cal Discovery ' has cured my daughter of a very bad ulcer located nS°5!S?. P '* You wlllevcrb© nralredtre me for the remarks- on the thigh. After trying almost everything without success. fiWwSWJL* 1 !™.MS? t&Fm rfttawBfti ra*«.fef.«^ very ' wUk: '' riven mo up, and I had also been given up by two doctor*. I then perfectly. Mr. Downs continue*, went to the best doctor In these parts. He told me that medicine was only * punishment In my cnae, and would not undertake to treat me. He laid I mluht try Cod liver oil if I Amm.u II. liked, a* that was the only thing that could poml MlEI UP MV have any curative power over consumption to ■libnwr ru . w , vaBCW ,_ i tried tho Cod liver oil aa a last n nit treatment, but I was so Wt-wk I could not keep It — • on mr stnmnnh. Mr hiishand. not feehnir satisfied to give me up yet, though ha had bo everything adreHJaod for my complaint proo tftr of your Golden Medical Disoorery. I took only ana. to the surprise of everybody, run to-day doing m _entirely fna from tWt tarrible oough night and day. I here been afflicted with rheu of yean, and now fwl so much better that I behove, tinuation of yoar'HoMen Medical Dlsooverr. I will to naifset health. I would say to those who are fuHi that tsrrIMe dlsaaaa ^fahSsfffilR r ana be wo ronanmptlon and Heart Disease.-*I iko wish to thauk you for the remarkable cure you have cfTt-cted in my cane. Fur three yearn I uad .uttered from that tcrrl Mfiawpw wa hie disease, consumption, and heart disease. WISTH TO Before consulting you I had wasted - -my to , 0 , _ n skeleton: could not sleep nor rest, and tanny 1 mELETRI titnea wished to die to be out of my misery. I " "**—tv— 1 then nonsuited vou. and vou told me vou had hopes of curing mtvbut ft would take time. I took See months' treatment in all. Tbo t for me wsz. Drat two month* I was ~ u raged; could not perceive any favorable symptom* trd month I began to pick up In flesh and strength. I r, step by step, the signs and realities of gradually but surely developed themselves, osles st cos hundred and sixty, and am wall OuT^rimN^ri^rejUKioe^Rowing Mr. Downs' terrible disease how asn not now mstism for * number with * oon and ■ prey to , do every very ' in the dnU of suf who Is take i st once. MTS™. Migaissa, Joi» ra,F. McFarland, N^j, AUmiJA* rrltast - My with had frequent bleeding from he lungs before she commenced using your Golden Medical Discovery.' she has not ad any since Its use. JtStJ ^ Bleedim •rlf wUl raw ' by ms. r some six months feeling so well that she has BeUw MM flhwwgj to Mi by Dnggtito. Price | 1.00 per Battle, er Six Betties for $<> 00 . discontinued It' K*. Ml Malta atraet, BVPFUO, K. V. Reduced Mileage Rates. The Mon on Route (L. N. A. &C. Ry.) have pluced on sale in their principal offices a new form of mileage book at rate of 2 cents per mile which can be used by a firm or a man and his faintly. The books will be limited to ear from date of issuance and 150 pounds of baggage will bo allowed on each coupon. I Q6 "Al.Tnoi'OH unseen, my Influence i. felt," remarked the lively flea. — Toum aui Country. Lvov's Tasteless Syrup of Quinine is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup, Children love it,'too An vigor Is contagious, and when wa •eo creation, we always begin to create.— Amnion. ,Yb Opium in Piso's C tiou. Cures where other remedies fu A vert appropriate diet for oarsmen in training is oysters in the shell —Lorn l Cit tern. TnosE Nuisances, Rheumatism and the [ Gout, are relieved by Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Hill's Hair and Whisker bye,5Jc. The best. "Gobsmoiches" ii the name given to scandal lovers in England. for Consump* If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c. * A ■ ft IT IS A PUBILYVESETABLC PRIPARAJI0M -..MDir flPRICRtf^PRiCHlYAS Lffl SEMNA-MANDHAKE-BUCHU Ihmio omen auMiurErriciEKT niveous E l It has stood the Test of Years, gil in Curing all Diseases of the flER^- BLOOD. LIVES. STOM ACH, KIDNEYS,BOW ELS, Ac. It Purifies the Blood, Invigorates and Cleanses the Byetem. DYSPEPSIA,CONST! PATI0N, JAUNDICE, SICKHEADi CHE, BIL IOUS COMPLAINTS, to disappear at once under its be neficial infl uence. It is purely a Medicine as its cathartic proper ties forbids its uaa as a beverage. It is pleas ant to the taste, and ae easily tsken by child ren as adults. IBITTERS i CURES ALLCISEASESOFTHE LIVER iKIDNEYS STOMACH, AND BOWELS] ALUpaiSTSj „price! dollarI . UtmeeteiaxsaiL. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO Sole Proprietors, St.Louis and Kansas City FOR ALL DISORDERS OF TIIE Stomach, Liver 00" and Bowel -r TAitil 1 e V LIVER PACIFIC PILLS STRICTLY VEGETABLE. Crns Constipation, indigestion, dtspepsm, Piles. Sirx Headache, Liveu Coji plaints, Loss or am'etitb, Biuol'SsNess. Neuvocsness. Jain D ies, Etc. PRICE, 85 cento. PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO.,ST. LOUIS. NIC. J .. This represents a healthy life. Throughout its various scenes. Jet such 8 Ufe a- they enjoy vv './) u«e lb. booth a O il- Beans. Th ©y con*Wt of a vegetable combination that p ent on Receipt of Uc. la haa no eoual in medical science. They core Conatlpa lion* Malaria, and Dyspepsia* and are a safeguard against all forms of fevers* chills and fever* gall atones* and Bright'* disease. .Send 4 cents postage pie package and test the TR1TH of what mailed to auy address* postpaid* DOSK ONE J. F. BMZTU db OO., FKOI*BIICTOaS» *T. XjOUX ip*. AddreM. BIIJE brans. SI. Iroul*, Mo. stanj for a sam nr, Price, 25 cents per boUltK BEAN- Sold M druggists. , MO. we KO-KO TULU, The Beat Medici** in the World, and s DELICIOUS CHEWING GUM. (Registered Labe! and Trade Mark.) -CURE 0 Indlg. at Ion. Constipation, Dyspepsia, Foal Breath. YEARS. dealer, tend 40 c If in hands r > (which c for I ii pie packag*. or 4 cent* in st;uns»i for u fine «c . to SOL COLEMAN. Memphis, Tenn MARLIN REPEATING ^ RIFLE REST IN THE ^ WORLD! Ouaran toed perfectly curate and absolutely^ safe. Made in all sixes for large or ■nmll game. BALLARD Gallery, Banting and Target Rifle*. Head for illustrated Catalogue. Marlin Fire Arm* t'u., New iiaven, C FLOYD'S ISE&&S2 CANDIES! I me la, Mar.h-Mullo*c, 1 Burnt Almond*, Noil got and BOX BOX 8. j I ALWAYS Pl'RK AND i --- ftiESH. OTTKY a BOA- 1 D. C. MOONEY, ! 279 ST., j MEMPHT.B. WM. FLOYD. 0. K . HOUCK & CO . : ■j: P <1 d. July a: Now Ei #10 cash 'i #•» per I f#l t $6 ■ i y iff j " M SI guaratit price. 1 piece of to pay portage. M i tali lllu if 1J Street, CHICKASAW IRON WORKS. Farm and mill .Machinery, 1I*> Ca*tlriK«, < 'otron l*re«*e«,, \tia* EiiiiiiiPH ami Boilers, Kte. TENN. MEMPHIS. Piao'a Remedy for Catarrh is tho Beet, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. CATAR/RNt Sold bydmejrif*tf» 50c. E. T. Hazeitini or sont by mail. ,o, Warren, Fu. J 1 AND WNISKEY HABITS v.iTn I I N. Boo SENT i n 1:1 ■ i ll BBfi * !: ■ ■rePBVI h. m. Woolley, m. i>, AILAN I A, LA. OU1.u* •. V* um-knh wu PENSIONS £■ .idlers and widows of the War and Rebellion. All lected. Circular of Powell. U. S. Claim Collet tree. Fitzgerald A ! ors, Iudiunapolis, ind FREE By return mall. Full I>r-ecrlptl<v Momly i New Tai. >r - Cutting. MOODY & CO •ni of Dress ru'innati, O. "V Co. 321 taAIMSTfffET, MEMPHIS. For Mason Fruit Jari, Fly Fans, avd assorted crates op CLASS AND OUEENSWARE. VarrHIus Logan and Henry R. Stone art with Floy d k Co- _ FRANK SC HUMANIT.^ •AUS Main St., MEMPHIKT /-os it* W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE. Gi *»* 1 The only 93 SEAMI.ES9 Shoe in the world. Finest Calf, perfect fit. and warranted. Congress. Button f/vJ 1®, .all atylcs toe. A6 jr* ■ U.A and L stylish and durable ^ costing g or _ 8/rfraSSS %2ui j • wcH^oesiulver i Used by other firms. A* <*? 1 j : all wear the W. L. DOUGLAS•« SFIOB, t'-a'fT dor* not k!).«in. send year l . •• c.* o W. L. DOUGLAS, lirockton. MAAfe B If you yobUl ASTHMA <s /'a/e Treatise sent Free. Dr. B W. Half, ClUClUUkL:, (V j $5 •h fl.WR TO $3 A DAY. Samples FREE. Lines lift umifrtluihorM* - - HKKWSTEU SAFETY htl.1 J10Ll»fc U U0>., U« M»t-ph1ne n»Y>U Cared » to SO dis\k l»r. J. hiep OPIUM f'lVbin U EDUCATIONAL TJOTT1 SEXI'Zfe). & * J departments 1 BoarV ' with Pun u. fill t if -1! *10 II. A- D1 i a ii Us I MF.Pir.lL DEPARTMENT I TULANE UNIVEESITI of L0UISIAS A. crly, 184. itafe'es r ' X, IV Addr Li !F It. »>■ of tliej8outl» the di lav ! -ft jly. ^tudent!* h is k. in Prof. §. < E.ThAILLE. M D., He Oil* ti X, DTP. O. Drawer XI. TUT ^ : IV -STACNTC.N, vm Open September 21 m. 1#M. One i Lame Hmldinvr> < *'g autiful. Clin N Vs I! ! . Bf i the t. n> All '.'"K t i greatly reduced charge, gliflh, Latin, French. lie rear, from Sept. <M >i • 'CGO J Rn. Wm. 1. HARRIS. D. D.. Pies hip. S: CM tl GOX-,TT3w£E:r-£ ATHENAEUM, A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. SkiTBefore deciding whete to -i ud n • laughter to school, write for ; ted catalogue giving full particu R0BT. D. SMITH, Pres' t, Columbia, T n# r t "... V *x < MILLIGAN COLLEGE I. t I mi,'nlly situated i h I and enth I'tian t rut Ding Ii 1 Xat.ir ia-*!ic 1. I r. ; a 1 1SI 8l\I Ox & in i . •2 U d< »eelv< . J. 11 \ page ! A ror Miss Mary J. R ST V FFM * I V vv ,U . Ul> »t'AL I 1BV rpii«8ed 1< r Full ' P" •rp lung rtt\ani. m u* - ia: k APP>> U t'-ifkke rig amt pbysieul < with fulf linglish courtte. ? month*. For 1 principal for catalogue. ul. par : NTE3XjSOT»a'')S* BUSINESS COLLEGE, hie.hphi», ri'.NN. REST IX THE aOl'Tll. *'_A< Tt At. RVa * lnit'iiM'lr Interest-in*. MOW I I it M'.w:: Course three or six ii - ataloguo tubin'* * K V lt t Im)»c Centra! University. KICiniU.M), KY. KrK Full Faculty, thorough MV )• lotfue apply to l.« II. II* dill r ti *n. moderate onnatu'i U. U.. ifbfcbcol.cft K A VAXAVOH (XILLl^K. HOLM* kSVlLLk Mi». Fur buth .'•exes. «ltadt hiA 1 Hums log*, dressing—everything i>COu- h,-n 1 caw anil Art unexcelled. Tmuon, > ' v •o t'O. Art, 91.00 to*4.(1). Hoard! ^ ^ Next term begins bept. 141U For ( drea* Rev. H.Walter fea i-reiwti M Mil!* taiocnu-, uO dent . P STUART'S i FEMALE * COLLEGE. 8helbyyill», Ky., It a^lHiclitfn young 1 mi>et may punrnc thair mo«t f-ivortblt cirturnttancr*- i'_ i • *chooi. where -I tor I t iinler ibw «t literary b 5r ire: FofMtfi. Miimiut, it n . ASSES' tCSMKT fos • nans* Vouan lutmi » Jlemphui. Tenn. Tin, limitation wa.lnrerporM — 1 Thr n.DO. Inn, are new and .npiiUed-wiut .it thetnixle-i, proTcra.nts, FoMerni,apply t,-Ub. IsaVy ^ut-nrtM M C. F. IJtSTITBTS, vkMi.Tmn. Thetw .. yi-»r h<-irtn.Nri.4,W; Builllii*. lit t-rtnk, » 6-acre lot. DMirebiS |,„ iiuoii MiVu.ii.l lw Pl« wtaoit - .|-i .f.uu, Kut v.ii. I'KorZaht - -t n u jonks. Ptnimentff. A logueff, addre ( 11s A HA rOYWAT rNNTVTCTE, HER. j PHIS, TF.XXMKEl - M"> ':»*n ut Mi.mon THORoroH in WrnuKi a new ant KlkoantBuildings, br^l in:u Catalogu» tc Mim Clara con way. ' fOLLUBE. Memphis ry. iyptumcr.isl.7iet.nuai' snd r n,yaraitur an-l Day student* laovenau msi'Ubllan, Praak TNE HlflBEE SMML fisjpffff m Ihoiirt' 1 ' WM 2 sr.*a fur Rot'*. Mr hi pdin litHV, f'lANhlral. Ft to (ol ___ l*rin Oilier CwtAloguA. K BROTH VTonn. Proper Ctassloal t'oursai Order catalogs^ uolfk nktnnsn ItTenn. Cotnm.mtal,ire. any collets. H, M Hoi «. f A. N. K., W. 1147 when u nrrim re • rttHTlsKn. pi.KAan jutotm slal. tba* tat, saw V