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THE LATOm MEETIXG.
A. GRE1T BICE FOB THE HINDOO
F.ir Other Fine Contests Baring
at Jerome Park and BrIghtZZ
'Cincinnati, 0 , May 29. Weather
warm. Track dusty beyond all de
scription. Attendance very good.
One mile. Ligan (104), Cov
ington; Berlin (99), Ktlly; Lii
tand (92), Fuller; 8 rabimus (103).
McCarthy; Ascender (114), Withers;
Mvrtle(9N), 0. Evans; T.ipsy 1101),
Siepp; Texgatherer (100), Caitia;
Malaria (112), Han'ey ; Mary Ellie (85),
Barnes. Non-starter Village.
Betting. Aswnder, $30; Tax Gath
erer, $; Malaria, 5; field, $12.
Tbeie was no delay at the start,
which was good, Mary E lis at once
eaing to the fiont, followed by Tonsy,
Malaria and Ascender. Maiy Ellis
held her lead or three-quarters of a
mile.wbpn Ascender and Topsy paeeed
her, and, running close together al
most to the end. Axcendet won handi
ly by a length ; Todpv second, Tax
Satherer third. live lengths off. Time
1:4.1. Them was no advance on
tne entered selling price icr tbe win
Five-eighths of a mile. Hornpipe
(100). Steinette; Laredo (100), Miller;
Theodosios (99), Kelly; Little Hopfs
(S7), tranklin: Belle lirackaU (97),
Scot; Lillith (67), Stepp; Yinzint
(100). Ful er; Frigate (103), McCatt by;
Ira E. Bride (100), Carriigt' n; Heola
), (Jooper; Miss (Jievtland (9),
Sevanr, Jauliart (100), Johnbtjn;
lolette 97 , H. Hams.
Bettinq. Laredo $25; Vinzmt, $22;
TheodoimiB, $10; Violette, $11 ; field,
It was a kcoI start, excepting Fii
srate, who was slow to move. Violette,
Viczinr, and Lill t-, and Hornpipe
ebowiogat the bead oi tne bunch.
Vioknte and Vinzant soon went to the
front, with Laredo third. At the head
of the stretch Vinzmt sulked, Vio
lette and Laredo joined company. It
was a clofo race between them to the
nnish; Laredo winning by ball a
length, Violette second, Theodoeius
third, two lengths off. Time 1:04.
The Hindoo stake", one mile and
ODe balf. Montana Regent (118); L.
Janes; Blue Wirg (118'; Garrnon;
Lijera (118) ;Stoval; Silver Uoud (118) ;
B,Hiiig.B'ne Wine, $50; Silver
Ulcui, 3U; iM.intana Kegent, $8; Li
Silver Cloud tiok the lead, followed
by Moutina Resent, Blue Wing, and
L'jer-f. Silver Clind soon had a had
of three lengths, Mont.ma Regent two
lengtbs in fro it cf Blue Wing. There
wan no change for one mils. Blue
wing then took second platv. Silver
Clcnd was not hea led and wrn hmd-
ily by onf-half length ; Blue Wine
second, Montxra B'gent third, oae
length cU. Time 2:40.
The Merchants' s'ake, one mile end
One-eighth. Freelaud (119), Mur
phy; Hopedale (115), Withers; Editor
(120), Stavall; Tyrant (H8), Dufly.
Ken Btarter Grey Cloud.
iftttm-Freeland, $100; Tyrant,$59;
Editor, $25; Hoptdale, $9. T.vrjmt
at r nce went to the front, with Free
land following, wi'.hout change to the
end. Tyrant won easily by four
lengths; Freeland second, Hopedale a
poor third. Time 1:571.
Hurdle race, one and one-sixth
miles. Burr Oak (114), Updyke;
Guy (150), Kenny; Haddisco
(12t), McGarvan; Judge ; Jackson
(138), Shelton; Bucephalus (145),
Denning; Asceia (15:2), Farley; Ten
nessee (135). Storm ; Foxhound (128),
Williams. Non-starter Shady.
Betting, Bucephalus $55, Guy $48,
Afco'ataii, field $10.
Judge Jackson, Burr Oak and Fox
hound ran without change as named
over the fourth hurdle, Foxhound
then to Dk second place. Judge Jack
son won barely by one length, Fox
hound second, Burr Oak poor third.
Time 1 :59K
Weights and entries for Monday's
races are as follows:
Firtf Race 8even-e'ghtbs of a mile.
Glen Ban (104), Village (120), Willie
Martin (111), Patrice (98), Poverty
114). Jim Orr (104), Typo (107), Ber
lin (115), King Robin (127), Eager
(107), Mary Ellis (114), J,m Nae
(120), Kansas (119), Nora (1 2), Tom
Batlow (110), Prima Donna (105).
Second Race. One miln and one
sixteenth. Fahiua (94), Trcbus (92),
Stormer (95), Hope Dale (110), Dad
(100), Kirklin (95). Porter Ashe (107),
Jim Guest (113), Wa-'der (103), El'zj
Carter (90), Wettfall (90), Gleaner
(114), The Slasher (113).
Third Race One mile and seventy
yards. Are ord (114), Conklirg (118),
Jrqnits (112), Tunka (110), Monarch
(10SJ, Keene (101), Emma Manlfy
(103), Warrirgton (103). Leman (104),
.Tosh Billings (88), O'Fallon (104),
Fourth Race. Ore mile. Mdlie
McCarthy's Last (99), Lady Hamble
ton (97), Flora L (07), Rist'e3s (102),
Amy Hvde (107), Fannie Louise (107),
Henrietta (97), Hattie Cal'sle (W),
HWlie (97), Blue Hood (99), Lida O.
(97), Ling Slipper (97), Ma:v R. (107).
Fifth Race. Sensation stake, three
(luarura of a mile. L'zzia Reps (late
Genela) (102), Ka'ie A. (102), Jim
Gove (1 13), Kedar Kahn (105),Alcalde.
Jerome Park Knees.
Nkw York, May 29. The weather
to-day at Jer me Park was delightful,
track in condition and the attendance
First Race. For three year old,
three quarters of a mile. Sutter won
by a length ; Brambleton second, Rock
and Rye third. Time 1:17.
frmnd Race. Juvenile Makes, for
two-year-olds, one mile and a half.
Tremont won hy six lengths; Stride
Away ceconil, Iron Hand third. No
Third Race. Metropolitan handi
cap, all ages, one mile and a half.
Longview won by a length and a h ilf ;
Eole second, Maiimeo tird. Time
.Fourth Race Handicap sweep
stakes, one mile and an eighth. Store
Buck woa by a length and a half;
Roval Arch second. No time taken.
Fifth Race Selling race, one mile.
Wandernient ,won by eight lengths ;
Harry Rose second, Marmadnke
third. Time 1:45 J.
Sixth Race. Steeple chase, full
course. Disturbance wn. Bourke
Cochran second, Brae Wood third.
Time not taken. a
At Brighton Brarh.
Nbw York, May 29. The weather
and attendance at Brighton Beach to
day were good.
Firrt Race. Five-eighths of a mile.
Jim Brennan won by three lengths;
Valne aecand, Ella H. third. Time
1:041. Ctrtifiuat(spaidtS5 75.
Second Rare Tnree-quartera of a
mue. iena tsrown won Dy a length;
Adela tecond, Montaak third. Time
Third Race.SeWire race, three
fourths of a mile. Mits Daly won by
head; Peekskill second, King Lion
tUird. Tim) 1.171.
Fourth Race. For three-year-olda
nd npwarde, seven-eighths of a mile.
Bessie B. won by half length ; Fleet-
wing second, Hazard third. Time
Filth Race, One mile. Jacobus won
by 100 yards; Tattler second, Whizgig
thud. Time 1 42j.
SHOT IX THE BACK.
A Well-Knwn Boilant
Killed t Fallon. Kr.
Fulton, Ky., May 29. On Thti'B-
day evenicg last, about da'k, Mr. W.
W. Mcacham shot aod killed Mr. J.T.
Lyle at the drug store of McClain &
Co., in this city. The difficulty grew
out oi bad leehng about non-pay
ment of rent. Mr. M each am was his
bio'hei a agent, and as euch had
called on Lyle aevtral times for rent
due, and finally served a written notice
npon him, demanding payment or the
houce after the nsual form. This
seems to have incensed Lyle, who ac
cordingly, about 8 o'clock Thursday
exening, called Meacham, who wa?
pasting, Into the drug store.
Meacham went into the store in
responss ti the call, and Lyle
at ence commenced cursing
him. UHRg the most bitter oaths and
epithets kiown to the dictionary of
protactry oi the lingo of billingega'e,
shaking his fibt under his cose, ttc
All this Meacham seemed to "take" at
the time; when he got home his wife
informed him that the matches were
out, end ts supper was not yet ready.
he went tack to McO. & Co. 'a drug
store to get some, when Lyle invited
him to go back to the back end of the
store, sa; id?, "Meacham, come back.
and let ub settle that matter now."
Meacham assented, both etaited back,
Lyle in advance. When Lyle bad al
most reached the prescription case.
which is in tbe rear end of the store,
Meacbcm about four feet behind him,
Mr. me cham drew a pistol and com
menced filing upon Lyle, flrinur
s-veral times, three shots taking
effect. One snot etrikirg in the
flethy part of the right thigh, another
struck him on the right side, just be
low the shoulder blade, and the third
and fatal ehot entered between the
sixth and savnnth lib on the leftside.
piercing the heart and fractnr ng the
seventh rib on the opposite bide, pro
ducing icstant death.
Meecham went out near the rail
road track opposite the Green House,
and commenced rt hading h's pistol,
when Otliuer Pullin came up and took
choree of him.
The above slateme nts are in accord
ance with the evidence taken by the
ecr.'ner's jury. Both men stood well
in the community.
"in: koi. i.i v, ii: itoi.i.iv, it in
Ole Polly mulo eho eingin' at de oen' o' Jo
Oh f'mt on. ole Polly, oh ting on !
Soiuo l eople says dat dum eroatur's nobber
De onnu'ii iroiie; olo ll'r. de cane's pone.
Book larnin' ain't needed eome things to
An' ehat ' mules dey 'joicei at do las' load o'
De smart horso dunno when de plow cotch a
De Tool mule be foel it an' ho '(use to niofe a
Oh holler den, de las' load's piled in decartl
ou "wheelers," slop jo' pranoin', an' let
do wajron start;
You smell oorn, an' sho'ly you'll (it corn.
Come jine de pereeasion wld yo' flannin an'
Dcse mules is ies' as frisky, like dey'a young
Oh trot up de las' load to de shed 1
De mouf of de j ini myjohn it am cugglin' bery
But Blind she doesn't throw you right offer o'
Befo' you takea her down fum yo' bead.
De 'linious folks is ridin' at de een' o' de
Ashoutin'i "Croaiin' Jordan," an wantin'
us to line.
An' Jumpin' to da music like dey feelin'.bery
But "meetin"' time ain't fixed fer to-dav.
An' "Juba kiss de yaller gal" an.' iigs dey
oomes in kine
When wuk'a done an' time come fer play.
Oh tune up yo' oorn songs whilst you ties up
An let all de neighbors jes' listen to de news,
Whilst 'long da front road we takes a tu'n;
De sugar-house is whoopin', an' dey gwine
to orack de hell.
Oh beat on de barrel drum an' blow do big
For de rollin', de rollin', it is done 1,
Dis mornin' de shoat ho trabbel to de pot
De fat hog he tumble in de kttle whilst it hot.
De sassingeri is sizzlin' like a shovelful o
Creerases, scorchin' suns, and' jack-fros' it
Por de rollin', de rollin', it is done I
Aa' arter do feai' we'll hit de banjo tell it
You pat upon yo' lalgs toll yo' breeches
smoKe wta aus ,
An' start de jiff, you lively gals, but grease
vo' saiters fus'
An' mind less you hnmmers off yo' heMs,
De quadriles an' cotillions is a oomin' artcr
De "Mississippi Sawyer" 'snow de proper
kind o' style
An' jigs beats do Ole Virginny reels.
Look out for dom "heaprow" belles a tuckin'
up the skirt,
Deir loots dey gits a flyia' like a tarrier
Oh we'll hurry de settin' o' do sun I
An' one night o' dancin' in a year doesn't
For de rollin', de rollin', it is done 1
Come on you colored f Iks, fum de sundown
to de dawn,
Fort it about de midnight tell it's stole into
Forgit about de day toll it's begun ;
Dont worry trout de new crap you mus soon
be startin' on.
What's de use to borrow trouble when de
fiddle is in tun-1
De houn' dog waste de time a-barkin' at the
He been a heep mo' happy a cotch in' o' de
Den forgit all yo' cares in time o' (un,
We'll mke dis winter night bright as any
Dat ever drapped to sleep in de shiny sun of
For de rollin' de rollin', it Is done!
Iirroratlon Jy at Chicago.
Chicago, III., May 29. The observ
ance of the ceremony of decorating
the eravas of the soldiers by the veter
an rrgau'z itions of this city, occurred
tJ-UdV. lue marching column, com
posed of poets of the Grsnd Army of
tbe Republic, was the largest ever
seen on the s ree's of Chicago on a
similar orcm oa. Ranom Post., of St.
Louis, was in line, having coma as the
especial guests of the pons of this
city. Accompanying Ransom lost
was Gen. Wiliam T. bherman, who
marched in the ranki on the right of
the leadiog four. He wps quickly
leojgmzed by the larg waiting crowds
on the s'reets and was wildly cheered.
Gen. Alfred II. lerry was also one of
the marchers, ana was cheered along
tbe route. Governor Oglesby, accom
panied by several ctber t entlemen,
occupied the only caniage in the col
umn. The veterans in line numbered
4000. The colnmn proceeded to Rise
Hill cemetery, where tbe chief cere
monies of the day occurred. This af
ternoon the veterans paraded a stond
time, when they were accompanied by
tbe police and S a'e military com
mands. Subscribe for the "Appeal'.
MEMPI1TS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, MAY 30, 18S6.
THE SALVATION ARMY.
OPEMXG OF THE CONGRESS AT
Ge. Booth' Statement, Showing;
What Has Been Doae Chances
f the Home Rale Bill.
London, May 29 It is authoritative
ly stated that Lord Hanington and bis
Whig followers have resolved to vote
ag.inst the home rule bill when it
comes np for second reading, but that
Mr Chamberlain and his Radical snjv
porteis have decided to abstain f'Otn
voting on that occasion, thus insuring
the succesx of the mcaaure on its
Prince Jerome C'omlnai to America.
Paris, May 21). It is stated here
that Prince Jerome Napoleon wi 1
soon go to the I'nited states. The
ostensible obiect of the trip to Amer
ica is said to be to meet his son, who
is returning by the way of San Fran
citco and New Yort from his trip
around the world.
The queen Birthday.
London, May 2! The usual cere
monies on the Saturday following toe
anniversary of the Queen's birthday
were celebrated to-day. Tbe Prince
and Princess of Wales and most of
the nob lity witnessed the parade of
the Horse Uuards, which was very im
The NMvailoa Army fonsreas.
Loniun, May 29. The Sjlvat on
Army Congress opened in this city to
day. It will lerram in sfSiion a wtck.
Two thousand ollicersaad many thous
ands oi solditrsof the army from all
parte of tha wcrld are present. A
break'ast was given to the delegates
this morning in Kxtter Hall, which
was crowded to its fullest capnjity.
At to-dey's meeting GeD. Booth,
commander of the balvatioa Army, iu
an addre s, gave statistics showin the
wotk periormed by the orcaiiiKjtiun
during the past year. He stid that
Great Britain alone bad contributed
J3ol),000ti the army's treasury. Ten
thousand girls had been rescued from
life in the streets and I'M of tbe poor
and- friendless had been established
and put in working order. The prison
britnde. the Beneral said, wa doinir
good wotk. Delegate (Smith, frcm the
United bta'es rxa le antdsies on the
army's work in America and gieutly
movtd the audience by bis tinkling
stories of sntils Sived.
A Canadian duleeate Bid he lezret-
ted that Cicada bad net given to the
army a portion of the money w hich
the Dominion 'pent in killing the Riel
rebels. It the muiey hail bteri given
tb fie army the rebels might all have
been converted and sjveil, and Riel
bitmelf miirht have been now a major
in the army.
Miss Booth testiued the trench and
Saifs membeis of the army were
amo'g the most eolid and devoted
woikt rs ir possessed, but tra. they
lacked ftt ip, snd the urged the
Ergl sh t ccntrihute to their irena
urus tof -ablethem to proceed iu tbe
g ind catif e.
Jiv. Mr. i'r ce, iiev. Mr. iiuiihes
and ethers urgently appsaled f. r
funds. The congress duringthe even
ini: had a crand procession with bands
and banners 111 ongu the streets ol
Bnrallnax ol Ike Holler of a Loco
Chicago, May 29. A locomotive
exploded this mirning on the Illinois
Uentrt.1 raiircad near Wild wood sta
tion. Ihe lift of casualties to far as
reported are Eneiner Perkins, fatally
injured; Fireman Charles Schneckner,
severely tcatded; Conductor Wm.
Lindsay, seriously scalded. Wildwood
is a small station two and a half miles
south of Pullman. At Ihe boar
named engine No. 119 pulled into
a sidet rack; with a gravel train. Per
kins, the engineer, was in the cab
while the conductor and lireman
were standina on the tr ound near bv.
Suddenly a le r lie explosion was
heard, and after the startled by-stand-ers
collected their senses it wai seen
that the boiler of tbe engine had
burst and the engine lay on tbe track
a complete wreck. The boiler head
was blown out and tbe cylinder and
piston heads shattered into f figment?.
The lining of the bciler was twisted to
alt conceivable shaprs, and the rods,
woodwork and brass work bent,
broken and torn into an unrecog
nizable mass, ibe entire engine
was completely mined. Thefcrceof
the explosion sent tbe engineer's lever
flying out with resistless strength, the
handles striking the engineer just over
the heart, tearing and laying open a
horrible wound that will uliimately
ret u It in the unfortunate man's death.
The escaping water and steam seri
ously e cilded the conductor and fire
man. The injured men were taken to
S . Luke's IIcpHal. A wrecking train
In charge cf O. J. Harris was sunt out
to the tcane of the disaster.
Te-iipemnCF, I'ence anil Arbitration
Ilcnaed by the Ameuibiy.
Sr. Paul, Minn , Ms y 29. In the
Presbyterian General Assembly at
Minneapolis last evening the special
business session proved to be a "poj
nlar meeting ' on account of tho de-t-
rmincd debate on the question of
discontinuing the permanent Commit
tee on Temperance.
Mr. Pier-son's resolution amending
the majoiity report of the sanding
committee linally prevailed, by which
he committee is continued, and the
resignation of the chairman, Dr. Wm.
T. Brown, ac; epted, as proper to re
sume pastorate work.
This morning's devotions were led
by Dr. Mcintosh. Resolutions were
adopted on peace and arbitration ;
thatUhriHtuin nations should speedily
establish a permanent court of arbi
tration, with competent powers and
jurisdiction, to which would be re
ferred for settlement such disputes us
cannot be settled by Legotiat ons,
and appointing a committee of three
to investigate the subject and report
to the next assembly.
Tbe Mileage Committee reported
that $41,042 were received for mileage,
entertainment and contingent fu nils,
anil that after payments to tho com
nvasioners, a balance of $374 remains.
There are 4"2 commisf ioners, ninety
four less tt an last y ar.
The consolidation of the missionary
periodicals in one came up again, and
Dr He man's resolution preva led,
with the consent of most of ihe secre
taries of boards, committing tho whole
subject of details to a special commit
tee composed of D s. Vincent, Crosbie
and White, New York; Breed, Dickey,
l'ierson and Vclntosh, Philadelphia;
with Klders D. A. F Rando ph, W.
Van Orden, J. II. Day and R. N.
The Committee on Narratives of the
State of Religion reported that revi
vals were eujoyid in neatly 1000
churches; accessions bv confession of
faith are about fi-YOOO, or 12,XX) more
than last year. I lie necrologf shoret
ninety-five deaths of ministers, among
them many coiiMimotia men.
A letter from the Southern Presby
terian Church waa received with ap
plause, written on the occasion of
the twenty-fifth anniversary, reassert
ing their original reason for separa
tion, but exposing the warmest love
for the Northern Church and the
deepest interest in our work.
In the afternoon the commissioners
visited lake Miimetonka, or were
conveyed by citien about Minne
apolis in carriages and witnessscd the
corner stone laying cf the Exposition
JUDGE LEA or HAYWOOD
the rAVtjKirt for the m.
PHEi: t'Ol kT.
The t'aasdldates for Circuit J aria; e
Ulaaa t'aadlilaie for Ke-Elec-tloa
to ('areas Tha Crone.
IcoRBisroxDixcK or tu ArriAL.I
Toi'Los, Trkn , May 9.-People in
t Itis neighborhood are making great
preparations for the Baptist Sunday
School Conveuti at Woodlawn
church to morrow and next day.
J. T. Fargason and family of Mem
phis have taken quarters at their Hue
summer resort a few miles from this
Hogs are dying in this section. It is
predicted there will bo g eat mortality
among them, owing to the bnllulo
anats. Kvery year tho gnats come
hogs die in great numbers after they
.loe Sternberner and Thomas Klvce
of Brownsville wi re hero to day. They
are buying cattl- through tha country.
J lie ladies and L'er tlem n ol Him
and the Carolina neighborhood had a
deligh ful ice-cream and strawberry
supper at James i. needs rriday
The cotton prose;t is good in this
portion of llayw. od county. Tho
stand is better than for many years,
and there is not near as much as usual
"dying out." Many crops are worked
out the first time. " The plmit looks
healthy and v gorous. Corn looks
very well, and is in very good condi
dition. 8 me corn-planting is going
on yet. Wheat and oats are consid
ered good, and harvesting of wheat
will soon commence. Hands are
working very well and do riot seem to
be disturbed much about politics.
There will bo a county convenfon
at lirownsville to morrow to appoint
delega es to the Judicial Con volition
at IkicKen.io anil tho convent:on at
Nashville to nominate Supremo Court
Judges. IIyvoo I county has a can
didate for Circuit Judge and At oruey
General, and it is very likely the del
egation will be solid fur them. From
reliable news it seems that A. C. Fstes
of Brownsville w ill get the nomination
for Circuit Judge. Haywood county
will bo solid for him, and (iihsoii
county, one of tin- lar.est counties in
the district, is understood to he for
him, and with his larger support in
many other coui.ties, it is believed I19
will certainly got the nomination.
1 he ollice of Judge is a very impor
tant one, and lns sa lorg time, ami a
good nmn ought to bo nominated,
Estes would lid the bill, and would
adorn the bench. Judge Lea of this
county stems to be a favorite for the
Supremo bench, and his success is
almost certain. '
There is not much t dk abnut tho
Congressional race. Glims is a can
didate for re-election, it is Baid. He
is busy at Washington, and attends to
his Congressional duties. I see ho is
working hard to get $10,000 appropri
ated to improve North Foiked Deer
river. His speech in Congress on the
improvement of the Mississippi river
meets with general approval among
h's constituents. Glass has the repu
tation of being one of the hnrtlcst
workers ever sent to Congress from
the Ninth District.
anna Dlcklnaon's Mother.
By tbe bedside of ber aged mother,
from whom she largely inherited her
strong mental endowments, Anna
Dickinson now watches the ebb of a
quiet life of eighty years, and reflect
upon tbe stiaope vi if itndes that
have befalh n herown. Perha s there
is no womaa in this country to-day
whose early equipment f r a success
ful contset for fame ard fortune was
better than that cf this proud watcher
in the humble home in West Pittston,
a lit' 1 e vd'tiga nine mihs from WiiKei
barre. It h unnecessary to allude to
the jlii'form triumphs she mad in
thaia'ly days of the civil war. En
dc wed ts the W48 with the gilt f f elo
quent e and impired p tiiotism f irtho
caaee of the Nor h, bar lyceum debut
wai a thril'inj succesr, and tho fnm
of Anr.a Di kirsm was eetiblishtd
from the. t n.omcnt.
Forty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
FOR FORTY YEARS I tiv ben a vio-
tira to CAIAKKU thrne-fourtis of the tims
a sufferer from KACKUCIaTINU r A I N a
ACROSS MY FOUEUKAD AND MY NOH-
THIL8. The discharges were so offensive
that 1 hesi; ale to mention it, exeeiit for the
good it may do some other sufferer. I have
spent a young fortune from my earnings
during my forty years of suffering to obtain
relief trom the doctors. I have tried patont
medicines every one I could learn of from
the four oornnrs of the earth, with no roliof.
And AT LAST (tf years of aire) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
maila in a new man. I weighed 12H Hounds.
and now weigh 14t. I used thirteen bott'es
of the medicine, and the only regret I have
is, that being in the humble walks of lile I
may not nave uinuenoe to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to ose what has cured me
Clulnn's Pioneer Blood Kenewer.
" HENRY CHEVES.
" No. 267 Second street, Macon, ia."
Mr. Henry Cheves, the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, (4a., merits the confidence of ad in
terested in catarrh. W. A. II' FF, ,
nx-Mayor ol Macon.
FLESH PRODUCER & TONIC
Gninn'a Pioneer Blood Benewer.
Cores all Blood and Skin Diseases. Rheuma
tism, Rcrolula, Old Bores. A perfect tiprina
Medicine. , ,
If not in vnnr market. It will be forwarded
on receipt of price. Bmall bottles, 11, large,
Ksay on Ulooa ana sain uncases mania
HA COM MEDICIKE COMPACT.
ro w k;n i Roy ittkrn
tirnvsiri B.n in valuable .medvtoM .Mi
chsefliirney, 212 Washint son stre t, Mem
I his, Tenn., f r diarrhi a an. dyrpepsia. Ire
says it acts like a charm when other medi
What One Dollar will do.
Do you suffer from Dys
pepsia? Would you find re
lief? Brown's Iron Bitter
cures Dyspepsia. A bottle
costs a dollar.
Are you tortured by Indi
gestion? You needn't be.
One dollar will cure you.
Brown's Iron Bitters relieves
Have you lost your Appe
tite ? You can regain it for
a dollar. Brown's Iron Bit
ters restores Appetite.
Do you feel languid, list
less, tired out ? You can get
rid of that tired feeling for
a dollar. Your body needs
tone and strength. Brown's
Iron Bitters supplies both.
Are you nervous, irrita
ble, unlike yourself? A dis
ordered Stomach is most like
ly to blame for it all. When
vou get up in the morning
does your Head Ache? Do
you have a bad taste in your
mouth ? Arc you dizzy ?
1 here s no mistaking these
symptoms. It's Stomach
trouble sure. Brown's Iron
Bitters is the best correc
tive. It will cure your Head
ache , remover the bad taste,
relieve the dizziness. A dol
lar buys a bottle.
Does your Liver refuse to
art? Are you Bilious? Is
your blood impure ? Brown's
Iron Bitters arouses the tor
pid Liver into healthy action.
Removes the bile, cleanses
the blood. You can buy a
bottle for a dollar.
After the day's business
or labor, do you come home
utterly exhausted, too tired
to cat, too weak to read ?
Can't you sleep at night?
Docs the worn body and
weary brain refuse to rest?
Brown's Iron Bitters restores
the exhausted faculties
gives repose to the. tired
brain. A bottle costs a dollar.
Are you shaking with
Chills, burning with Fever?
1 las Malaria seized you for
its victim ? One dollar will
save you from , suffering
worse than death.
Brown's Iron Bitters will
cure Chills and Fevers, will
destroy the malarial poison.
1 lave you Spring Fever ?
You can't do better than
buy a bottle of Brown's Iron
Bitters. It cures Spring
Fever and costs only a dollar.
Brown's Iron Bitters is the
only Iron preparation that
will not injure or discolor the
teeth:' It's not a beverage.
Physicians and Chemists re
commend it as the best Iron
Medicine known. Only the
best material used, skillful
combination completes it. It
goeg to the root of disease,
purifies and enriches the
blood, stimulates its healthy
action, creates new vigor in
the system. A bottle of
Brown's Iron Bitters costs a
dollar. You can't afford to
be without it. There arc
plenty of imitations. It's al
ways so with a gootl thing.
I )on't be deceived. Genuine
has crossed red lines on the
wrapper. Made by the Brown
Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md.
One Dollar for a bottle.
1 EI. STANLEY,
OS Marileon Hlrt. Jlfimpbla, Tenai
A FULL stock of Wooden and Mate
Cases and Caskets, llurial Holies, etc.,
. I .... . han.1 Onl.rihv Tlvllll Af Tl
nbone Promptly attmdad to.
OWN'N llt KirrCHN Proved
to Mr. John Q lligliams, U Third
street, Memphis, Tenn., a most flli.-ach.ui
rninody fur constipation aod indignation.
Jlinldaughter also tikes it with satistactory
And Ice ('renin Muuufut'turerH.
2VX. DP. D A I Ij I F P,
French Chemical Works
SS Jed'erston Ktrcel.
yT ANl'FACTURKS SYRI'PS OF ALL
price oi "l reals KMlln,of any kind ol
flavor, uuanty aoil purity auaranioeu. io
Cream manufacturers will find all kinds of
Eitracta and trait L'olonnis ate very low
WANTm AOBNTS.MeB and Womey
Yf AN I C.U to sell 'TUB ClULU'l
BIBLB " Introduction by Rer. J. 11. Via
cent. D.D. One agent has sold 65 in a towl
of 674 people; ono 73 in a Tillage ot 7"4;on
new went 6 in 10 days; one M in I suooes
siye weekst one 40 In 3 days at two diflerent
times. Kiperience not necessary- Address
40 lioarhorn llrMt. Mnaeo.
KOWIV'N IK BITTKKM HKNK-
fiicil Mr. W. A. Render. 53 Fourth
street, Memphis, Tenn, whrn suffering from
indigestion. He says he could feel an Irs
prorement erery day.
FOR THI 7
TONt! A Is e pnxtw t of the Tonm or Frlrmlly
Islam!, where It has lung brou used as a val-
nahlf iwuimlv bv tti,' nutlvHa.
frvY((we " i'uiunnlof Tonga with
JW)WW ,hl.r u.rm.nu, Bho cur-
atlre propemo naw Uxa IlionniKhly Uit.il.
- . - . , 1 m47 nanauiiimi, mB lorn wry twe reeona
It contains no Opium or Morphine j n i-aue. m.i. Vu,woii,a.
a K)R ttAI.K UY AI.L IIRUOOINTS. PRIOB OVR TXll.I AK PER BOTTLE
A. A. rYlELLIER, nVila Pnnvn-p 1SM and 7 11 WASH INOTIIN AVKNtIK KT KHrtSV
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
SnOnuil :r14 Vpb( Nt.. 5rtmiliU. Tenr.
THE LIVERWORE FOUNDRY
FOI NDUI a: MACHINE DKl'T,
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY l)El"T, 22B and 228 Second St.
(Successors in this Icpartment to JOHN M ANOflUK.)
eiarWrlte n for int'iiriiintlim on ANY TIIINU in ciltmr lino.
(Ml '( KNMOKH TO HEA4 IIAN A lllltrN)
Old Siand. No. t) Union St.. Momphis.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 3lOG Front sireot. ; ImhiiIiIm, IVnn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 800 Front Street, : SletuphU, Ten.
Will pay U4MI lrl'4'H lor MOTUN, I."V FALLS aad
TltANIIY C'OITO.V ol hII lUM'riplloiiH. NcimI lor C!lralr
HUI Irlo'n I'hUI."
75 Vance Street. Memphis. Tenn.
WOODS Ss SWOOPE,
arriax4, I1uKKIom, Whkii Ilamesw, Niuldlem Agrlcnltnral
JiiiliiieiilM and Machinery.
Docring Reapers, Mowers & all Steol Binders,
CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES,
No. 3!ia Nwonl Mr4el
r. J. AI.NTOKf,
C. W. (HOWELL.
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
And CommlHHioa Men hunts. Hay, Com 0U,B: S3, Chop Feed, Oll-Meal,
Llm-.t'emnnt, Plaster, ISulldinir nd Fire Krlck, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard's Mow. Memphis.
John . aallieitB.
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton jraciora
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
H ETWEES ADAMS MD jajr. ;
Mr. I. N. BAIN BY d.TOtes his whole time to the "JjL fP "i j'1 CtU"1 1
to our ohara.. Cntton Warahou... I' Washin.ton street. ,
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEE-
and NERVOUS HEADACHE
An Marino!, alt trotfnc it, tht ToNunil
mwm aM-iiten tna meWKwa earu niiiiiiwiio
KboujMtio NAirmlTiV ud evlsn im M dwoW Hil
UUIX.-WALTU Culu, M. D., tti. Loum, Ma
HftM tlWtii T(1M Itnif fn !! MUM Msf 1
mitfiet, U tuui fjiTfn dm prferi Mtinfartton.
AND MACHINE COMPANY
KJOto 174 Adams St.,Memphife
JOHN . HANDLE & CO., I'ROI'K'8,
08 Sooond St. Memphlg, Tenn.
FflDUNDEHS & MACHINISTS,
MANUPACTUHKHS AtJD DBALKRS IN
k IlglllN, lloll?rr, NhwuiIIIh,
Ilrntlfonl Vorn and Mhent 5U1K
('olloii l'rrtui, C'oltou Uiu
MinniiiK, Pulleysi, ;ic-.
HPK4 IAI. NO TI4'B-W. ar preparer) to Oil orders,
on siiiir notlo., for tha cele. raUd Mednr fatesti
Wr.aihi.xv lnlley. We earry in itook orer
Two Hundred Assorted biers.
srHnml for Cwtaloirn. and Prloe-llst.
a. W. TOM LIN. WM. BKNJKS.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes.
179 Main HtM Memphis.
Offer speoial Inducements In Open BalM
of our own malt., at t"o; Top lluiii.i ol
our own make, at II). All work war
ranted. Call before jou hur .
Having disposed of our entire stook of
Vehicles and the Manufaeturine leparU
merit to Messrs. TOMLIN A VKNJkd.w
bespeak for them a oontinuano. of the
patronage so lone eitanded to us.
rAVIKTAHR HAUI'WAHK t'OMPANT.
11. H. HAVHT.
m. t. cisuft
St., Memphis, 7cn2.