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THE PITCHER'S ARM.
rhyil"!"* 1 * 1 * 1 Development for Bail j?:iil Performers. Anew physiological development has * e the introduction of modern * e pitching, and is known as the toher's arm." Just as scrivener's lv # is U produced by using certain mIcs in excess, the pitcher's arm is result of tho peculiar motion which modern pitcher uses to give the 1 that long-doubted twist which seems able to strike out the op batsman and earn the pitcher's urticularly the pectoralis major, the | jeeps, bracliialis anticus, and flexors I the forearm. The out-curve affects j a r K-ortUSaiia 1 ke pectoralis niajot, coiaco-brachmlis. itraspinatus, teres minor, ana ulnar luscles. The down-curve strains most roecially the pectoralis major, trapess J deltoid, and sonatas masons. . • kwi,. lie np-curvo IS mostly caused b} the ectoralis major, biceps, ana supinator ye* Q0 pr. Leuf, of Philadelphia, discusses fe subject in a manner deserving the Mention of all present base ball lights .j of the moro youthful aspirants for Dr. Lcuf estimates that a e future. ttlicr averages about one hundred and My pitches in a game, in each of ych the ball is delivered with almost manner possible speed. With the ^reducing the curve the readers ol ic Sun arc already familiar, but the lecial muscles engaged and affected fthe process of curving are so lucidly jseonrsed upon by Dr. Leuf that we ill follow his words in their most im irtant bearing. He defines tho seats : trouble when the incurve, the out irve, the down-curve, and the up uve have been resortod to in excess, i follows: The in-curvo calls into action most vis. If Larry Corcoran had hut known that his trouble lay in the coraco-bra ehailis, or in his intraspinatus, xouldn't he have dropped his out curve Ike a hot potato' until the crumbling fcundation of his fame and fortune had , tot well? (The tip-curve also strains the lattissi nnsdorsi. All curves strain the elbow joint and tend to separate tho radius an d tho capitellum of the lmmorus. The constant necessity for quick twists ■ tf tho elbow have a particular unfor- j ^^■tunatc effect upon the bracliialis milieus. 1 '■Alas for the bracliialis! Dr. Leuf maintains that the bones ol ■ .. , , , l pitcher s ann may )e senou ly affected. The constant strain upon the bmm by the pulling tendons pro duces inflammation and calcareous de about hypei trophy of tho subjacent bone follows. ; These are onlv the principal points ■ended. Do not pitch too swiftly when you have an "off day;" when you do Dot feel ablo to do yourself justice, , , , . Average be less considered than your Arm, but to be in good form a pitcher must practice about an hour morning wd afternoon. Sundays included. All • a. l a. i • .1 „ i# exercise must be taken in the sun. If the thermometer is below sixty vigor •us pitching is risky, and the danger increases as the temperature falls, „„„ Tlw.v m-n nn Kctu use liniments. They ate n > foou. Rubbing is bud, too* Hot water is good, as is also mild galvun i ' of Dil I.qtif'x thesis. Iri regard to treatment, regular exercise is recom Let your Jon't try to pitch hnrtl. ism. Alas, how many famous arms are •ow comparatively quiet, and their turners no longer figures for popular admiration on account of a "pitcher's wm." How many brilliant reputa tions have been ruined through the St .. —i", principles uhich Dr. Leuf 1H}S uown with such experienced authority. Let »s trust that his precepts will lie kedert. In that case tho hall field low so .Iro.n win, the wrecks of ■ow so strewn with the wicUts ol Wirlers maybe trod by an unbroken Mt of capable and unsluggable pitch ■rs, each with sound arms and it salary oi 110,000 u year.—JV. Y. Sun. _ Th« life of a base ball manager is a •tatago one. If his team is winning fight along he i. left alone, and what •ter credit there may bo goes to th« ' ••am. If ids tcum commences to lose i» blunted and tile team excused for <*• poor work. Last season, notwith •tamling tho most determined efforts. I **• unable to get a winning team to lather, ami was criticised severely by pt^ssand public. This year, through u Combination of irood luck, I gatlicred a . , , — ,, . i 00 ® team, and now the credit goes to *• team and not to me. It is true my ■ind i. easy, u the prom can not erltl * i * e me. but the credit of gathering a •finning team is never given, although *• •••m. an such, engrosses the atten r 0 " of Prem and public. Surely a ^** e kail manager'* task 1. a thankless *"•—Manager Barnet, in BaUimort Am J — 1 1 ' <> » ■— u . . . _ „ . ^ Hints for Pslt-Bearers. A Ball Club Manager'* Lot. Nlien u man i. Asked to not n. a i Wl-bMrerntafimerAl he ought to seek lH?"* othw p*U-b*Mer* before they Ir?* helr ""P*" d thelrmourn f u ' PwcHee the look-step with ' for *n hour or so, or At least until . h*«d be confident that they nre going t J^Mtep when they lift np th* oof } J* *•* «*« o* with it i wa. * puii wosntljr, and my Arms »nd fc-PJdn msnowwith the raoollco rT -hen a party ol p*ll-be*rer* j. V A coffin And step out of tlmo. 2l!aftL* 0,M s FriMlpdUyupoutho hwwi. wd It Ism essy thing by the ib *rp Wlthlto i' } .. iiAtMGa MRS. GRISWOLD. rii** K-Torffi of a First Wife to Sure of Hiivlfi," No Successor# According to the Haitimoro American, a case of docidod interest to men generally, And to married men particularly, comes from Montana Territory. It gives the do* tails of an attempt to settle the second* tflfe problem. The victim in tho a Mr. Griswold. death bed. One day she made a peculiar request of one of the attendants. Sho asked for a hatchet. In order to humor her whim the hatchet was procured for her, and she threw it carelessly on the bed. Two days before she died she summoned her husband. He knelt in tears, and, like the devoted man that he was, poured forth bis sorrow and sympathy. The dying wife bade him farewell and conjured him never to marry again. On this point, however, Griswold was not positive, for he ex pected to live a long time; and he probably felt that the most effective way to drown old grief was to submerge it in new love. Consequently he was not prompt in giving a promise, and when he hesitated so long Mrs. Griswold suddenly drew the hatchet from under the covering, and dealt the un* suspecting man a blow in one eye, destroy ing its vision, and disfiguring him for life. Forty-eight hours afterwards the wounded man was a widower. We can not, of course, indorse the sav age methods of Mrs. Griswold, but it can bo said in mitigation of her assault on her beloved husband that she was ill, and, furthermore, that if there is any one ques tion that a woman feels more deeply upon than any thing else, it is that terrible problem 9( p tfifp. To think that sEe, dead, buried, and with a beautiful epi taph upon her tombstone, should oe supplanted in the husband's aflfec tions by some unknown woman, and th »* her portrait should be taken out of the parlor and carried up into finrr et, is rather too much for any woman to bear with equanimity. Probably this question has caused more heart-burn Ings, has gl*en rise to more little quarrels, and hns bmn * bi S* or bugbear generally, than all the spring bonnets and silk flreiMS o( „ |jf e t| m „, Mrs, Griswold staggered under the weight of it, and when her husband hesitated to come to time with a promise to sign a prohibition marriage pledge, she swiftly dealt the blow that destroyed his facial beauty for evermore. We can only hope that the recording angel did not judge the poor wife too harshly, and we can give the case was His wife was on her , damaged widower the full measure of our death can keep a man out of matrimony when his heart is tur n ed that wa y. j ***' 1 ■ *1 never saw but ono man hung," re marked Dr. John Thompson to an Albany (N. Y.) Journal tourist, "but that ono li lustrated the force of habit even in tho agonies of death. Of course you romoin iassaisarsjRrJsffl years ago. I was one of the physicians ; who attendod tho execution. Ruloff was a man who believed in nothing. When he walked nut for execution preceded by tho chief of police of Binghamton and followed by tho sheriff and his deputies, ho wore old-fashioned trousers with pocket* in the outside seams. His elbows were not pinioned but that he could thrust his hands in his pockets, and ho hud them in as ho stood with tho nooso ubout his neck listening to the reading of tho death-warrant uud tho last words that were said, with the indifference of a , I" were stiUlnhh pockets when tho «lrop foil, but the sua J cn jork Wr6nC hcd one of them out. I noticed us I stood waiting for the sway lug of tho limp body to cease that twice a strong effort was made by his hand to thrust itself back into his pocket. Tho |ocond Ilttompt „ partially successful, nnu literally Ruloff died with his hands in hi* pockets.'1 was informed that it was his habitual custom to walk and think with his hands in his trouser pockets." i sympathy. ' But wait. Perhaps we need not waste that sympathy. Griswold acquired a shining glass eye, and a year ago ho was married to his second wife. Nothing but THE FORCE OF HABIT. A. Case In Which It Asserted Itself In the Agonies of Doiith. Mayor Hewitt wns asked the oilier day now ho earned his first money. He said that he got it by reading to a rich man »ome throe or four hours a day for a year. man Cftm6 to the school and heard the boys read, ond made his selection ot Hewitt a, the best reader. He was then but sixteen years of age. For his year's reading ho received the munificent compensation of Tc „ dollars of this sum was used to buy his student's gown, and the other *5 wa , g e p t t, v his mother for incidental ex ,enseo. During his college year. Mr. Hewitt worked about seventeen hours. dny, engaged in teaching nr couching other students. At the close of his college career he had saved about $1,000, \\ ith this ho went on a European tour, and on hi. I* hw •" »ad |3 of it remaining. ' catti.e—N ative steers , wheat—no. s lieu. ^"etwestorn Mixed.' V. poku*-*Ml'ss (now). L0U1S oueV'es—( loot) to ciiioico Fairtn Meaium HOGS—^Common ta Select.. gHKKP-Fsir tocuoioe.... FLOUii-Putenis...^ wjikat-No!'.' ited winter. gowg— hyk-n*o. .. touA eco-Luit*^^^j—• • HAY-Oholc* Timothy (newt Kj'ogHri^Sh 0 ... .. pokK-stsnrt»rrt Mess (newt. .... HACON-Clear Rib. "* EARb—Prime Stenin. V* I WOOL—F.neto Choioe. " I CHICAGO. Mayor Hewitt'* Youth. THE MARKETS. New Yoke, August Ul, IE'?. .« 3 75 Mt 4 W . 4 . ; (SO !T0 4 85 40SkD 81 >4 50!, 88 29 Ut 15 50 & 15 75 m 3 85 (ft 4 50 Ji 4(» dr. 8 75 4 OH ft 5 80U ft 4 0 » 8 80 ft 4(0 2 25 ft a CO .... ft 87 J 4 'fl 24'%ft 84 M 44 lift 45 8 5b ft HHH r. no ft 8 ni 14 -W ft 15 50 88 ft 10 ft 84 15 no 0*i % «» n tm 111 * I « CATTI.K-Bhippint.' ...... giiljlp^tioou'to choice., flouk-W inJet:. W hkat-No.h spring.... tST^No.'twhite:::::::' -.. gouK-New•• -• -_n h i™iIl?Su2ii WHKat-No. <«>»). $S3&L'::::::r. aoSSL 0 " USAW8 ' MwwS°" " oATti-c-boic*wrawm SoJk— y?#w Kw... ■ UOTTUN ,, l!Soj8viLL ll ' ltd. 4 (Kl 3 0.1 4 35 8 00 4 Ml 4 00 68 •7IU It 40> •4J4J •-'4h 16 04 s» A tm tiu O "** « stttta A SI 07 4a i w " Sit* • <» M At tow IK ■ 9 » 4fi§ * i "it "t liw re. Uie is, AR> you Md, dMpondent, iloomyr An you soro dl&troMod? Listen to the welcome bidding— " Bo at rest." Have you aches and pains nnnumbored, Poisoning lifo's Golden Oup? Think not there's no balm In Gilead, and . "Give it up." A Golden Remedy awaits you— Golden not aloue In name— Roach, oh, suffering one, and grasp 1L Health reclolm. There is but one " Golden" Remedy—Dr. fiorce's Golden Medical Discovery. It stands alone as the great " blood-purifier,'' "strength-renewer" and "health-restorer," of tho age I Tho Liver, it regulates, remov ing all impurities. Tho Lungs it strength ens, cleansing and nourishing them. The whole system it builds up, supplying that above all other things most needed—pure, rich Blood. Tux average boarding-house is having • »y timo of it ju&t now. CoitscMPTiox, Wasting Diseases, and Gcnoral Debility. Doctors disagree as to tho relative value of Cod Liver Oil and Hypopliosphitcs: the one supplyingstrength ana flesh, the other giving nerve power, and acting us a tonic to Ihu digestive uud entire system. But in Scott's Kmulsion ot Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphitcs the two are combined, and the effect is wonderful. Thousands who have derived no permanent benefit from other preparations have been cured by this. Scott's Emulsion is perfect ly palatable and is easily digested by those who can not tolerate plain Cod Liver Oil. Articles of separation—knives, adssoi% ^tc.—Merchant Traveler. B. TV. Tan-silt. & Co., Chicago: Yocr "Tansill's Punch" 5c cigars are as staplo a. \igar and they never jail to give perfect silt, notion. H. W. M All ax, _ Champ aign, IU. Whateveb purpose a pnmp may serve In a dairy, it does not account for tho milk in the cocoanut —Texan S^Unyi, No ixvestuext pays so well as a good edu cation, as is clearly shown by the record of the Alumni of the Rugby School, Louis ville, Kr. It offers tho best advantages, and enjoys the highest class of patronage. For fifteen years it has stood with the fore most in p.-njaring boys for college or busi noss life. Tho terms are reasonable. Send for catalogue to A. L. McDonald, Principal It Is a bold man, indeed, tha^ will no* dodge a boulder.—Ann Haven iron. Prickly Asn Bitters warm np and in vigorate the stomach, improves and strength ens the digestive organs, opens the po promotes perspiration, and equalizes tne cir culation. As a corrector of disordered sys tem there is nothing to equal it. Right, on their taps—the shoemaker and the drummer. Fabrics and Cuticles are rendered mar velously white by Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Hill's Hair Dye, Blavk or Brown, 50c. The gflrl who calls out "What do yer soy?" has taken possession of tt« entire west end of Coney Island. «I Don't Want KoUef, But Core," is the exclamation of thousands suffering from catarrh, To all such we say: Catarrh can be cured by Dr. Sago's Catarrh Reme dy. It has been done in thousands of cases; why hot iu yours i Your danger is in do lay. Enclose a stamp to World's Dispen sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., for pamphlet on this disease. res, "How is business? " asked one convict of another. " We are driven to death," replied the ether, who was en route for the jrallow* In answer to causal question. How easy and truthful to tell It'S A cure fur tho worst Indigestion, To take Pierce's Purgative Pellets. A bad spell of weather— the lamb-llke compositor's effort in dropping the lettox "a" from tho first syllabl e. Eros's Tasteless Syrup of Quinine is a. pleasant as Lemon Syrup. Children loveit.86o lx cat-boat regattas the starting line la ajfc. propriately called "the .crutch ."—Tonkin Ua t,tte. _ _ Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is agrocable to use. It is not a liquid or a snuff. 50c. Why Is a chicken pie like a gunsmith', rtiop? Becnuse it contains fowl-ln pieoaa Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaao Thompson's Eyu Water. Druggists sell it.25c. 0 1 IT ISA PURELY VCOETABLK PRERMMIKNI c o«A f barfc ano — PR! WCXLYASn 5^r-n M SENNA-MANORAKE-BUCHU mam oTHta CkUAuy crricicsrawnin 19 It h.istoed the Test nf Yean, ill i n Cnrlsg aU SiM.it. of the RWa. SLOOP. LIVES, STOM ACH, XIDIfETI,BOW ELS, Ac. ItParUMth. Blood, Invigoratoo aad Cloaa MOthoiyot om. DYSPEP8IA,CC3f«n FATIOH, lAUHDICX, SICKHEADACHE.BIL IOUS COMPLAIHIS.Ao disappear at ono* aader its heuefioiaUaflaoao*. It is purely a Medicine to its cathartio proper ties forbids its ass at a beverage. It it pint T5rsjrr*nil aat to th» t.ite, aad at noisily tak.n by child A1L0RUGGISTS BITTERS I CURES NIDISEUESOFTIK LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BO __J PRICKLY A8N BITTCWCO [PWlCElDOLUl oaoj w, MV HI ©a® |]?iM Tjjfrt/A [m UaiUhrai* H*m*dy lot Lu*rTSaplamt*aal ffl*ean**d by * denmtrti or turpid cuiuiiP n of th* Lim, an Oys BrraiL, CwidtipEfioo, Biliou- iWjv. Jiurndk-*, Hratlaeh*, r ' -larra, Rhiuniaturn. *>lo. It rftaUtra thr bowel*, purl ^in'Wiras 1 ?iK?£r xsasar fe IBfBil Ao'kUJ. ..rMi/j! % strap 'jz&sm ut icfeurt< r»' -•tft ,-iSjaar 'M wm* THE DAISY S SMSfiB E The Daisy White Bronze Braided Wire Bustle beats all. Light and durable. Modeled after the latest Parisian styles, slightest pressure, yet immediately returns to its proper shape. Sold by all dealers, at 40 Cents. Three-Row "Pearl," at 60 CtS. If you do not find them at stores, we will send sample, post-paid, on receipt of price. Catalogues and Price Lists on application. Weston & Wells Manfg Co. ,1017 Chestnut Street, Philada. 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ROPSY n_ « l B| with most wonderful success; Hi H ble remedies, entirely harmless. Komove m ■ all ayuptom* of Dropsy in 8 to 80 dart, H Cure patients pronounced hopeless by-tha bestpbysicians. From first dose -y mntora* rapidly disappear.and in ten days«least two-thirds of all symptoms are removed. Some may cry humbug without knowing any thing about It. He memher It cost* you nothing to Realize the merit of our treatment for yourself. We are constantly curing eases of long standing-cases that have tx?eu tapped a numberof times and the patient declared unable to week. Give full history of case,name, ago, nox, how long afflicted, etc. Bend for free pamphlet, con taining testimonial* Ton days'treatment furnished free by mail. If you order trial, you must return this advertisement to os with 1(1 cent* in stamps to par postage. Kpilopsy (Kits) positively cured. H. H. GREKN * BUNS, M. Ol., Atlanta, Qa. MT TREATED FREE. vegeta* live a W. L. 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Retirement blank and •elect from, self addresned KOI K rsXTS CURES WHEUE ALL ELSE MILS. Best Cough Byrnp. To*tea good. Use in time. Sold by druggists. — MgEmafaBhanM ASTHMA, In this disease, Piso's Cure lor Con sumption is found as useful as any other remedy. In a great many cases it will give relief that is almost equal to a cure. Without trying it you can not tell wheth er it is good for you or not. Sold by druggists everywhere. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. „ Boat Cough Syrup. Taut©* good. U80 in time. Sold by druggist*. -nsagaoi (ad HAT AILS YOU? Do you feel dull languid, low-gplrited, Ufe law, and indescribably miserable, both physi cally and mentally; experience a sense of fullness or bloating after eating, or of "gone ness," or emptiness of stomach in the morn ing, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste In month, Irregular appetite, dizziness, frequent headaches, blurrod eyesight, "lloating specks before the eyes, nervous prostration or ex haustion, irritability of temper, hot flushes, alternating with chilly suisations, sharp, biting, transient pains here and there, cokl feet, drowsiness after meals, wakefulness, er disturbed and unrefroshing sleep, constant, indescribable feeling of dread, or of impend ing calamity ? , _ .. . If you have all, or any considerable number of these symptoms, you are suffering from that most common of American malnaies- Uilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid Liver, associated with DyspoiHsla, or Indigestion. The more complicated your ditfcase bus become, the greater the number and diversity of symp toms. No matter wluit ula^e it has reached, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will subdue it, if taken according to direc tions for a reasonable length of time. If not red, complications multiply and Consump tion of the Lungs. Skin Diseases, Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Kiuney Disease, or other grave maladies are quite liable to set in ana, sooner or later, induce a fatal termination. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery acts powerfully upon the Liver, and through that gieat blood-purifying onran, cleanses the system of all blood-taints andi im purities, from whatever cause arising. It is equally efficacious in acting upon the now*, and other excretory organs, cleansing, strengthening, and healing their diseases. Aa appetizing, restorative tonic, it promotes digestion and nutrition, thereby building up both flesh and strength. In msttarittl districts, this wonderful medicine hH*» gained great celebrity in curing Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred diseases. Dr. Ptoree% Golden Medical DAs» covcry CURES ALL HUMORS, OQ & hi HIS from e common lllotcb, or Kiuhtlon, to the worfll Scrofula. Suit-rhcum, •* Fcver-eorcs," Scaly or Rough Skin, in short, all discuses caused by baa Mood are conquered by this powerful, purifying, find invigorating medi cine. Great Bating Ulcers rupidly heal under its benign influence. Especially has it mani fested Its potency in curing Tetter, Eczema, I'rysipelsa, Bolls, Carbuncles, Sore Ryes. Scrof ulous Boras and Swellings, Hip-joint Disease, "White Swellings," Goitre, or Thick Neck, Enlarged Glands. Atom pa for a largo Treatise, with colored plates, on Skin Diseases, or the same amount for a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections. -PM THE BLOOD I* THE LIFE." ThormwUlr clean* it l>T mind Dr. Pierre*, (ioldea Hedleal DUrovery, and ,uod •Uirwtlon, a fair Ain, buoyant spirit, vital WIUWU ud bodily health will be eatatiliibed. Send ton cents in CONSUMPTION, 'iitehlsOerotafai or Ike Unn V mt ourml by thi. remedy, if taken tn the i-u flier (tagni of the dlmuu. BYom its mar vulou. power over this terribly tatsi dlaenw, when tnt offerlns this now world-tamed rem edy to the pnbltaTDr. Pierce thought rerkualy of eatUng R hie "OoaMTMrrioa Cc**," but too reMrlotiv* for a wonderful eom tot. ; mi ti lts, Is Oowuingtla*. or i, n SSr°SB Liver, Blood, and Lung& for Weak Lanas, IpiWni of Blood, Short- are. of Breath, Thronto -Niuml Chtarrb. Bran- ehltte, Atahma, Severe Couffhe, and kindred Atoonoos, tt it on efficient remedy. - DrncfMt, s " tan emdstn tor stajjgtor Or. ttme'i maa. —- i ■-*«— vhm s wfsi ff hmrw * MS, on KO-KO TUP. i uDi . lie Wot The Best Medioii DELICIOUS CHEWiHa GP. Trade Mark.) (Registered T*bel - o u n BS todlg"illt>.,Coasrlpatii.n. By»pep«l». Foal Breath. WILL LAST f, .1 40 If not In hands of „ (which contains twelve 5-cer.t ; or^ocent airYo SOI^COLEmVn- Memphis. Xenu l U SCHUMANN.^ y TACKLE. AND SPOUTS' , ML*'* srPPLJLA ■MKpiEij,_.I Special attention given to MAN'U* FACTL HUM. W-M/ REPAIRING. St-, MEMPHIS Term, 412 Mail A0. HMm. KS5B July *nd Autrust on aH sty'. * or piano* and Organ*, New Pianos $10 cash, and# 10 J* 1 * month. New ureans $6cash, and 06 per tvery tontrunient fuRv guarantppd. Sheet Music and Music Rooks at one-half price. Illustrated catalogue t topay postage!"gtis Main fefrfctt, Memphis, Tciutfcboee. rid nrtwUat. vriih new adortms on receipt ot i* SEND $1, $2 or S3 FLOYD'S CANDIES! for box. Contains r» ■el*. M«rah-51 allow* Burnt Almonds. Ikon got and BON B AS. ALWA YS PU KE AND fresh, iwtby a box. Q7Q MAIN ST.. MKMPZXie. D. C. MOONEY. WM. FLOYD, for aoldlera and widows of tht Mexican War and Ret-elHon. AU klndi of Government Claims Tol lected. Circular of laws sent free. KITZgera u» 6 Powell. U. 8. Claim Collectors, lndiarapoiis. Lna PENSIONS and HA T FF rE* be ramf only by ASTHMA Or. Hair • Syat-tn. in ,#■* Pm. Dr. B.W. Bair. Cimmuat:, 0. Page Tree Get Our New Song Album 2jct».tn»t»mp«. Jos.A.KLXlN.m W.Clam.Clib-agu. TO $8 A worth SI .50 BREWSTEU SiFKTT RklS HOLD KB CO., Holly, ili«k. $5 OPIUM 5SSeB5 fiff ,s * ■■IIVOPR By return mall. Full De«crlT»tlv»a BsHp P Moody'! New Talfl'r Hyotem of I»r.-s* I llbk Cutting. MOODY A 00., Cincmnau, a . o. EDUCATIONAL. ■f STAUNTON. VIRGINIA. Open So.pten.h*-r 21st. 1887. One cf Ibo FIRST School* For Yoi n«; I.ADir.f iv the VSioh. All Department* thorough. BuLitiiiiS»*le«a..c. fettum hear. Ga- ll*rht Situation beautiful. Cl 1 mat© splendid. Pup . Stat ntly rr liiced ctiarge h. I.afin. French, German, Hudi«- f ir, from Sept, to June, •SJ8w. Rev. Wm. A. HARRIS, D. D., Piwduit, Suuktou, V*. i All hlnir Lik'l hr s. pli UKA fBOTH SEXES). It DEPARTMENTS: PREPARATORY, TEAcu Scientific, Classical. Comki;ucial Pine - Board per month, in private tamilra flO. in c u 1% iL C 03 L.TT 1 y(CBI-<^. ATHENjffiUM-, A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. ftaTBcfore deciding where to send youi daughter to school, write ior an illustra ted catalogue giving full particulars, to ROBT. D. SMITH, Pres't, Columbia, Term. MILLIGAN COLLEGER Young Ladle* and Healthy emit* Ling. 2 High int.rol » Prepay .! and tui and beautifully situated in uppr 1 Natural and enthusiastic tem ' andChrirtian traiuing with likecoiitinit. atory and regn I nr eolIeKO cour*o 4 15 a sir tion for school voar H05 to liii., b A thb*r prartreal HI SIVT.S8 COI.I^OI: in tb bulltling. Scholarship, %2h. MoUtsch 31. Student* received at any tiaio. V r. page catalugue. J. llopwood; Pren'L ILihiiau a A term FEMAT.F MFHTUBY, A STAUNTON, YA. „ Mart J. Baldwin. Principal. Opens Sept. V lsrfT. Closes Juno. ittW. Unsurpassed location, building*', groun/ls aud at* pomtmeats. Full corps of touchers Unnvailed advantages In music, languages, ekvntiou, r.r bookkeeping and physical eiiUujb. Board, etc with lull English course, •8Ai> for the entire nev sion of nine months. For full particular? apply to L the principal for catalogue. NELSOiST'S BUSINESS GULLEGE, MEMPHIS, TKpm. IH'ST Hr THE BOVYTR. ** InlPiuniy IntcpfUl!*. aAMKUlINb ®Tl) - r-Lf HEW !! Courst* litre* or *tx month*- wU«^p boar* talogu* addree* a* above. urv Dii^inc**, Shorthand Ami ElEtWeh Training School. St- Louie, Mo. Send for cirt nAr, Central University. ki('ilMo>TjKYriMrtMl^ii<i Full Faculty, thorough inetructioa, heal'hr lucw ti in, mtHjpriite exr»on*e. Fortnfonuiktton and ("jitap iogue apply to L. H. Bleat**, D. D. f Chautcilua U AYA5ATOH COLLEGR UOLVIE5 V1I.LE. JV Mli*^. For both aexo*. «<xa>io high, hollo loir*, drcMintt-ererythlnir rlaTh— hence rt Music ami Art unoxcelleo. Tuition, ft.uo to Music, Art, 11-00 to W OO. Board, #a.;C Next terra begins Sept. l4t«i- For Catalogue, ad Waltkh Fxa nir U.-TI N. Presiucuw 56 ■•ecM, drea* Ulv. U STUART'S 4 FEMALE t COLLEGE. Phelbyvflle. Ky., is a delightful homo schot l v ltrro younff ladies ni«r pursue their under >h» T.ilOo rircumetniKes of h '.tlih ar>Mm ud%uutag»H. School open* Sept. Stli, For nita lojii... ;7T,lrp.« «, H. *tl»IT. ha. WKMWttU. *» oat r $100 to $300 working t*r us. Agents preUmnl wlw cattfnrutn* their nwti horse* nndgive tlu'lr ahole time t<> lira huciness. Spare moments may ho profitnt !v eu»> ployed also. A few vacancH'ilen towns and c iUoa. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., KOS Main St., liKhmond, Va. n lfilCCf LITEBAKT Af ADFM Y for • NHNKfl Young Ladika- Mcmpht*. Toiih. This inftUtutton was Incorporated itrULM. Tb« Injure new snd suppliMl with all the modern ftr provcuientB. For ternil apply to the Lady Superior. T¥*43fi M • ye«^hiSnTlIptT6^'lM Ck JKi'it^'n», ef hric.7 a 5-«ere lot. Desirable loeaumi. Is Mnslral lu uit *' ( YLABA CONWAY IWSTITVTE. MFN j PHI a, TKXNEMIE Hodiuvn IX MltiioiK fl'HOttOUGM IN W'OUK; B TUACIimtH; M.W AND KleuaktHuilpinos. Bend von catu.ocu'x to M lHB ClJLUA CON WAT. fWKISTIA* BROTHKM' roi*U»i.'~Meinphkk \J Tenn. Prop*ratniry. 1 Coannc;vti!l, Bclcntlflo .tn«i Pourso* lor Bnsrdlmi anti l>av SUudCntA Order catalogue, HAuhellau, Proat. THJE NI6BEE SCHOOL T?o*rMJr K 5 S. r ^ ioraSr^ H aimdaburg, Ry, women. UnnocUn* t 6?. YKO WMwirScSoSmiBrtieWraeTei; Strr*W A. !f. K., 9 . U40 WMBH W ***** ** * rM.ua