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TDE 8IISSI03 1I03IE
A5XITERS1RT EXESCISES SUS
X Most Grtifjlnf Exhibit bj the
Children of Progress Made Dar
ing: the Tear.
The anniversary exercises of the
Mia ion Home were held last Sunday
afternoon at the Home at 101 Ala
bam! street. The exercises were in
teresting and encouraging- The ling
ng and recitations of tbo children
Lowed that hey ha 1 been carefully
n'trncted. They recite the Scriptures
Willi wrndeiful accuracy and facility
and their tinging is inspiring. Their
tecchers a'e to be crngtatolated and
comiuf ruled for their faithfulness.
The pioiramme opened ifith a solo
by that sweet singer, Mies Anna John
coo. She tang with euch tenderness
and sweetness and pathos that many
in the large audience were trovtd to
tea-s. The anniversary hymn was
nng by a group of the tarcp- -liildren
and it was a pleading B'gbt io see to
many b'igbt and happy looking faces
and tietr ihein to beautifully sing the
songs of salva ion. Burely the man
agers of this institution are doing a
After the singing of the anniversary
hymn, Dr. Spencs read- passigei of
Scripture and Dr. Mahou made an
earnes', ferveLt prayer fira l wbo are
connected with the Mitsion Home.
The Aaanunl Keport.
Mis. Kate Dirragh, the matron,
made the following sixth annual re
port of the Mission Ilnne, wh'ch was
ieid by the Rev. Mr. Richardson:
Eleven years have ebpsed eirce the
organization cf the Kefoimatory
Home, urder the auspices of the
Women's Christian As ociation. Dur
ing this period 848 pertous have been
admitted. 071 s n.e the removal of the
work to its present locatit n. Number
in family at present foty-f' ur (twelve
adults and thirty two children ) Ad
mitted durint tbe year, twenty ciifLt
adults and forty cbddren. Three
deaths have occurred during the year.
Temporary shelter has been given to
eleven women and tires children.
Eight of this number have been sent
by the city, atd tbree by the Society
for I'reveut on of Cruelty to Animals.
There have gone out from the
Home twenty-eight adults and
forty-fight cbidren. These hive
all been returned to friends,
or (tone out to Bervice with the excep
tion of six who have le:t without ap
proval. Eain'ngsof the laundry and
sewing room, $140; childrens board,
$330 j making total receipts $470.
The returcs from the indus'iiee of
the Home are in uih smaller than in
other yeare, owing to the larger pro
pcriion of young girls admi'ted, wbo
devote a pari of each day
to study in the school room,
aiid are inefficient in every de
partment of work until they have re
ceived instruction. The small amount
received for children's beard shows
work done for a mere needy cla'S
than in former years, and also (hows
a heavier burJen on the Womarjs'
Christian AscciaiiDn. The burdin,
however, ha not been borne by them
alone, the citizens of Memphis Laving
given material aid, with voids
of cheer and sympathy. The home
life has been much the same as in for
mer years. Morning and evening
service is htld each day in the chapel,
which is a'so used as a schoal-iooin.
The children receive instruction fiom
the same beloved teacher, who hac
filled this place during the tix years
past. The Word of (iud is made the
rule of life. Sabbath school and B.ble
c'ass are regularly conducted every
Sabbath morning. The Scripture read
ings in connection with the Sunday
scijooI lefsons are read each mornirg
through the week. Sabbath afternoon
service has nsualy beon conducted by
the city pas'ors or members of the
Young Men's Christian Association.
Thursday afternoon tervice, with
few interruptions, has been con
ducted by Mm. Emily B. Ar
mour or Mies Emma Smith.
From tho;e who have gone out rom
under the care of the As-ociation we
have much to encourage, s'rengthen
and stimulate to renewed effort in the
the futuie. Our inmates are remain
ing a longer period of time in the
Home than formerly. To this fact,
with the blessing of God, we have
realized a bitter and tetter work than
Twelve of the inmates of the Home
have been hopefully converted and
have been admitted to chnrch mem
bership, namely: Six to the First
Presbyterian, one to the Alabama
Street Cbrnch, and five to the First
Methodist Church. Nine cf this num
ber are under tixteen years of age.
"We cannot separate thepreeout from
the past, they ae Hiked to
gether." The 6eed sown in
iaith with prayer by these who
have exchanged hope for fruition
and have (tone on Le'orc, is now bear
ing fiuit, precious in the sight of God.
One child brougut to the Home in
18S0 remained in the Home eix years,
receiving her education in oar school
room. Giving evidence of Christian
virtue and piety in htr young life the
was admitted on profcstion of faith to
the Church of Chriet, and is now in a
distant S ate engaged in active Chris
tian work a teaene r in the Sabbath
school, working wil!inglyfor the Mat
ter. The physical condition of the Home
family has been excellent.
The fact stands rcordtd that net
one applicant bas been turned away
from our door unprovided for, who
was eligible to the Home.
Much beauty, brightness and com
fort have been added to the Home by
thorough repairi in painting, p'aster
icg and kalsmining, which have just
been comploted. Untmpoitant iu
itself, but very impir.ant to our seven
little ones under four years of sge, has
been the gift of ceven high chairs, a
table, and white rou.s for each plate,
making them to bnppy and thankful
when seated the first time the two
leaders of the little family bowed their
heads to tsk a bleating in tbeir own
language. The Harvest Home festi
val, observed on the 8th of October,
was truly a season of ingathering. The
liberal donations then offered have
helped muck t teduce the expenses
of the Heme. On Flower Mif sion day
of the Women's Chrisiian Temperance
Union the inmates of the home were
not forgo! ten. Beside the plate of
each one as they came to the teatable
was found a pretty bouquet of flowers
with a Scripture rard attached. Sweet
tokens cf human love to hearts shut
in upon themselves.
Cut into the s'one over the doer of
the Childre s' Homein Cincinnati are
the word?, "In Christ's Stead." This
implies a respectability which wok's
cannot expres?, yet with this thought
the heart and hand ere s:rengthened
in rescuing and lilting those thrown
upon our care, d elivering them from
their unbappy lircumstnees, remov
ing them from darkened homes where
the word of Gol is not known and
where the moral taint tasters
"itself npoo all that la prm i snd
lovely in cuivjvona.. oTy cnia
rtiuiva irom sach a destiny the city ii
spared a pauper, the eonnty a pris
oaer, and thtv who won'd have been
the victims of wrongdoirg are spared
their sufferings and a nameless grave
in the potter's field.
It is to be regretted that from the
many hundreds of adults who should
be reached that only forty have been
under the influence 'I the Heme dur
ing th past year. Yet we have great
cause lit thankfulness for the grati
fying resalt we are able to repott with
reference to them.
With all that God has wiought cat
for ns in the past, with His promisrs
in the future we hope to go steadily
forward. "Sow thy seed in the morn
ing and at evening withhold not thine
hand ; thou canst not tell which will
prosper, this or that." The work is
ours, God giveth the Increase.
MRS. KATE DARRAOU,
Matron Musiun Homo.
The AbbukI Address.
After the Scripture recitations and
the singing of the hymcs "The Won
derful Story" and "Cast in the Net,"
by all the cbi'dren of the Home, the
Rev. S. C. Caldwell delivered the fol
Beloved Fbiends It is my duty, as
it is also my privilege, to make tome
remarks on this occasion. I am g'ad
to be here and take part in heee ex
ercise'. I rfgaid the work f this in
stitution as worthy of a'l possible en
couragement. Sometimes when I paes
alorg this street and tee this notable
huiluing, on wars front are engraved
tbe word. "Mist ion Home," I say to
myself "There stands a monument of
Chr stianity." This work of caring
for tbe unfoitunate and heljilesj is in
the highest sense a Christian wo k.
Throughout the Latin literature there
are innumerable illusions to the ex
posure of be'pless children on the
mountain sides and in the valleys,
where the wild beasts could oma aud
devour them. And it wai deemed a
Lrtunate thing for the child if the
wild bets' would find it before come
human beinir, worte than a beas.
would find it and make it a victim r f
what might be worse than death. Ovid
g'ves a pathetic picturs of the new
torn, whoje first day was its last, ex
posed to wi'd beasts; and describes
these who flit ah:ut in the nigh, seek
ing for tbore unfortuoate li' tie
cr-atures for the worst of purpoeei.
Tliny speaks caoly of those wbo
hunt for the brains and marrow of in
fants, probably for supers tious or
medicinal purposes. But Christianity
cares for and protects tbe unfirluna'e
and he pless. In this great work tbess
beloved ladies of otir city are ergaged.
Christ showed His feeling far the
child. He said: "Sutler little chil
dren to come unto Me," and "except
ye be converted and become as a lit lie
child ye cannot enter it to the kingdom
of heavtn." Christianity has always
tet the utmovt value on the person
and web-being of children. Tbis is
but tbe natural fruit of tbe wlole
tendency of this rel gion. "Probably
of all practical chunks which Chritti
anitv haseiirouragtd or commenced in
tbe I ittlory of the wor.d, this iepect
end va'uu for children is tbe most im
portant, as it affect J the foundation of
all society and government aud ii tin
ences a far-distant luture." With
Chi is iaoity b jgn tho organized and
individual ciniit'es. Tne Emperor
Julifii, in bis famous letters to Arje
niuc, speaks in reproach of the Gali
leans tuppoit ng not only tbeir
own pour but. a'sa thoso o!
the It irnars During these eight
een ctn'titics how many te.irs
has Christianity wiped away! It hfs
softened sullunrg, saved young lives
from mis.-ry auu sin, ministered at
deahbatis, bound up the broken
hearted, made the eolitaiy evening of
1 fo swtet to many forsaten ones and
the morning glad to initYiy who would
have been hoi n to sorrow and shame.
Ours is a day rf hcspitals, asylumsand
bom's for tlie unfortunate. They are
found all over cur Christian land.
Christianity is caring for the tick, the
blind, the daaf, the cippled, the
fonndlirg, the outcast. "If anything
if a fotcglesm of that kingdom of
Heaven which is yet to shine over the
earth," says Lotfrg Biace, "it is the
brotherhood of spirit shown in the
charity of the ino iern world. This is
most diat'nc ly the fruit of Christ's
Tbe work of this institution is kept
up by our noble women, many of
whom are before us today. How un
selfish 1 They give up their time and
their money and th.eir energy. These
might be devoted to other things.
1'hey might live for themselves alone.
But like the woman in the Grspels
they are breaking the alabaster bax to
anoint the Master's feet. They shall
havearewsrd. They sound no t um
yyt here. I think the be t pnrt of the
world's history is unwritten. But the
Master will reward his faithful ser
vants. "Inasmuch as ye did it unto
cne o' the least cf these my brethren
ye did it tinti me." And what a noble
work it is! Tbe cnfortunatu eelf-con-deinned
one comes b.e'e, with a char
acter trembling on the brink of tem
poral ard eternal ruin, to find sympa
thy and protection. Helpless infancy
finds here a cradle, and shelter and
fcoJ. The pra tlin chi'd in this
Home learns to eing Gospal songs and
say at night, "Now I lay me down to
And who can estimate the import
ance of this work ? Wbo can estimate
itsresu'ts? If a human being can be
relieved from bedy tfuHering wc have
done something. To be able to give
an immediate re'ief and shelter to a
poor, homeless woman is ittelf a gieat
thing. If employment is given to the
idle we have done something. But
there are higher cjnideratious thai
these. This is a spiritual home. Re
ligion is taught here. Does not that
report toll us of twelve w In have been
convened during the year? And look
at these children. Who knows what
manner of men, whit manner of
women they shall be? What did the
found ing heroine in England? Sir
Thomas Grisham, who built the
Royal Exchange in London, was the
son of a pocr woman, wb", wbilei he
wa an infant, abandoned him in a
field. The chirping of a grasshopper
attracted a hoy to the spot where the
child lay; and his life was by this
means preserved. Af er Sir Thomas
had, by his nnparallelled supers as a
merchant, risen to the pinnacle of
commercial wealth aud gnat ess he
chose a grasshopper for hie crest, and
becoming under Quefn El zabeth the
founder of the Royal Exchange,
his crest was placed on the
walls of tbe building in
several parts, and a vane or weather
cock in the figure of a g-asshopper
was fixed on the summit of the tow
era. John Newton's mother was an
ob.coro woman, but she sowed tbe
gordseedin the heart of her son,
who afterwards became euch a great
preacher. He wis tbe means of con
verting Claudius Buchanan, whs be
came a minister and went to the East
Indiej. His l'ttie work, entitled The
Star in the Rut, was the firt thing
that a'tracted the attention of Adoni
ram Judson to a miss on in the East
Indies. We kn w what he diet for
Bur'mah. John Newton was also the
means of the conversion of Thomas
Scott to tke evangelical tiu'h. Hence P A sO C B O I A
dhat v ea ocmmei tU-r. Under New- I 1 YijrCrulM
ton'i Tiflaence Cowper wiots ioH 8ai ! ,' lmZ
of our best hnTWon Vafbe S?JZ a
means of conveitins Wilberforce. Ue pr .uTJi u anum. to pnytn Uu aj
craved for him earnestly for fouitesn
years. Wilbeforce wrote A Prac:ieal
view of Christianity. This book was
the means of convening Leigh Rich
mond, who wrote A Vaoymttn I Daugh
ter, which bas been the means of con
verting thousands. Who knows what
one wonosn's influence may accom
plish? Who knows but that from
these children tbere may be preachers,
missionaries or useful workeis in the
Lord's vineyard ? Friends, this is a
work of incalculable importance.
After the singing of ' Home Bells"
the bered'i t on was pronounced by
the Rev. Dr. Brinay, of the Lindeu
street Chnrch, and the congregaticn
THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS
THE FIB4T IflRStL MOTE II COS.
ThoTriitl oflhel.tthor Rlolrra-How
(tie Prlnoater'a Look FarMiua'a
Chicago, III, June 21. The fi-tt
formal move in connccticn with the
rial of anarchists wa taken before
Judce Gary this mornirg. A large
crowd was present. Maty of tho e
anxious to obtain a sight ot tho pris
oners were much bttier clothed than
is ususl'y seen among conit attend
ant, and it was appareut that they
were people bent on peeing the prin
cipals in the urcit trial tha" is soon to
take plac". The leading of the list of
jurymen aonouncsd to attend in court
occuried immediately alter the cocr:
was opened. Tho judge remarked:
"If there are any who have ex-rss
t3 ollor as to wbv tbey should net
serve, come forward snd answer."
Almost every inun is on b's feet the
next moo cut. They miRe them
selves in front of the jtidg. Tluir
hea th is bd. That is the excess in
almoet every cas?. The judge is an
experienced mazistratf. Ho knows
what humau natire is, but with de
liberate courtesy leaves it to them
lelves "I liave to leave it to your con
science, gent'emen," he said. The
general conFc ence is equal to the task.
Right hands go up before the magis
trate, and as the oath is administered
the court sighs and exclaims: "Well,
your chance of staying here is very
remote any how, very remote."
The names of those on tbo supple
mental panel are then read. About
half summoned are absent. The Court
does tot like this and says: "Let at
tachments te issued for the absent
juiora;' then, turning to the Slate's
Attorney, he sajs: "What is the first
thing to be done, Mr. Grimes?"
The answer is : "The State iB ready
in lltt.o," and tbe Ju(ge announced:
"Let tho prisoners be hrouubt in." A
half dozsn bailiff J leave to execute tic
Spies is first to enter. Following
Mm ccmes Michael Schwab, Samuel
Fieiden, Adolph Fischer, Geo. Ennle
and Loirs lng;. Oscar Neebo was
si ting in t e n 1 .sure among n doien
or two newspaper reporters."
"Where is Neebe ?" demanded State's
"Here I am," and the anarchist
comeis forward and takes his seot ue xt
to Engle. The seven anarchists sit
fronting the att mejs and with their
head turned from the court. Fischer
is the tallest man, aud the top of his
blonde head is elevated aeonplecf
inches above the judical desk. August
Sp'es and Oscar Nesebe are nurvoas.
Spies sits at the extreme end of tho
row and is constantly changing his
ait'tude. His hands go up to his face
nervoely, he toys at bis long, black
moustactie, then turns to whisper to
Schwab. The latter is pale, worn nnd
dis'ressed. He is acousumptive-h ok
ing man without apparent vitality,
and bis long stay in jail during the
hot weather tel'son him. Knwlo is
slo id and is apparently unablo to
keep his eyes on Capt. Schaak, who
sits next to State's Attorney Grinnell.
When the Court bad ccncluded
hearing the pleas of the jurors to be
excuaed from serving on the panel,
Capt. Black, ascoursel for tbe ac
cused, asked leave to withdraw the
plea of "not guilty," and at once en
tered a mo'ion to quash tbe indict
ment', which was argued at some
Tne Court at once overruled the
The defence then made a motion
for a separate trial of each of the ac
cused for reaeons cited in a petition
The Court expressed the view that
the interests of none of thedefendants
would be jeopard ted. He overruled
the motion snd directed the trial to
Tbe defense then rf-newed the plea
of "not guilty," and the work of ob
taining a jury wasat once proceded
When the court adjourned at noon
the Stite had accepted four jurors,
but in the af ernoon tbey were ex
cused by the defense, and the latter
toon up the task of finding ft nr men
acceptable to tbein. When court ad
journed at 5 o'clock two more men
were on the panel who had mit been
formally accepted bv the dafense,
however, so that tbe first day cloied
without any actual prrgrets having
been made toward obtaining a panel.
Shortly tiefore 3 o'clock this a'ter
noon Anarchist Parsons, who has
been missir g tinee the Haymarket
rio's, walked into the Criminal Court
room, accompanied by bis attorney.
His appearance was a turtvise to tlla
Court and police officers. He is sup
I osed to have remained in biding in
this city s lice the night of May 3d. Ife
drove up to the Criminal Court build
ing in a hamora cab and at once hur
rieif to the courtroom. Capt. B ark
asked that he he tried with tbe other
prisoners. It appears that last Satur
day dipt Black bad a con'uhation
with Mis Parsons. He urged her, if
she knew where her husband we-, to
commuricate with bim at once and
get biin to come to Chicago fo' trial.
Ihe woman refused at firet,buf fina'ly
became convinced it was tbe best
thing to do. He was so thoroughly
diegu sed that his own mother wou d
net have known him.
Imitations have been foisted upon
the market so cws9ly resembling All
cock's Porous Plasters in general ap-
S ar.-nce as to be well calculated to
ectfivo. It is, however, in general ap
pearance only that they compare with
Alk'.-xVa for tbey are wcrie than
worthless, inasmuch as they contain
de eterious iugred'ents which are apt
to caue eer ous injury. Rsmemrer
thrt Al cork's are the only genuine
porous phsteis the best external
remedy ever known ; ard when pur
chasing plasters do not only ask for
but se that you get "Allcock'a Porous
Plas'era." l'he popularity which
these plasters bavd attained during
the past thirty years has no parallel,
so it is no wonder that imitations and
APPEAL TUESDAY, .JUNE 22, 18S(
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VutHilj and Mmnlrtiilj
t lire lIMit'slift IB all
lt Ittnua. Ilrurtlinrn.
ln-lrhlntt. TiOltii CllO
r MM. tO. IlntUlCDMaUld OUT I
lalMi Um knptit, and awls th
&KV J T KfllTKR. tiiB hoi
MiiuUft(jn uf loud.
rm HMfrvniuj liurcu, BaJnmcrH, Kid. . wvyn:
Havihit ansd Brown'i lrm bitur fur I)inti
And Imliiftsetion I Lake imnt tilwuuro hi rwoiu
utmdioc it hmhiy. Also midr it ludid Uuuo
aut) imutoTfttor, and twj tMrviuttieDitiii
HiM. JiMEPH U. BUIT. J ii. Wo ot Cironlt Cttort,
CluiU (a., liid . M I Utr mwt clieTfiil tU-
fuiij to Ui tttflca' al Bruwo'i lruo b'tieni lur
rvpiMi. and an louio.1
GuuatiM Iia Aborn Tnul Mirt and trmA n1 tinea
on wtumw. Tnkr no iiaT. Mfw1 mtly hr
flbOH N lllEMU ALU!., H A lf I JMUlt K, W Ifc.
Forty Tears a SonVrer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
" FOR FORTY YEARS I hv burn a vio
tlm to CATARRU-tliro-fiuriin ot thetima
a nufforer from EXe'KlK'I iTINi PA1NM
ACKltiS MY KOHKHKAlr AND MY KOS
TKIL8. Tha diarharKea wars io oBeniiva
that I beaiute to mention it.neei't lor tli
good it may do noma other mlicror. I hava
fpent a yonnt lortune from my aarninna
durini my forty yeara of auflering to obuin
relief Irom the doctora. I hpe tried atent
oiediotDoa every one I Gould learn of Irom
the lour oornera of tha earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (f7 yaara of age) have met
wilh a remedy that hai ourcd uie entirely
made uie a new man. I weighed liix poutida,
and now weigh HB. I uaed thirteen bottlei
of the medicine, and tha only rogret I have
ta, that being In tha humble walka of tile I
may not have influence to Kevail on all ca
tarrh auffereri to una what baa cured me
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' No. OT Seoond itreot, Macon, Ui."
" Mr. Uenry Chovea. the wriier of tha
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, (la., merita tha confidence of all in
teroated in oaturrh. W. A. lli'FF.
a " Ex-M:iyor of Maoon."
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moat diecaaoa ariamy from an impure and
impoveriatied condition of the blood, era
apeedily cured by the CiTiri n Raaoi tint,
tha new Blood FariCer, inurnally, waialea
by ClTirl ai. tha great ikin Cure, and I i ti
ct aa 8oap, an emuuiia Skin BeautiCer,
m Korri.utN i k ih.
Jamef E. Richardron, Cu'tum llouae, Sew
Orleana, on oath, aaya: "hi bT- acmfuloua
nlrera broke out on my b.i.ly until I waa a
maaa of corruption. Kie jibing known to
tha medical la.-ulty waa tried in vain. I be
came a mere wrock. At tunea could not lilt
my handa to my head, could not luru in bed;
waa inconatant lain, nnd looked upon lila
aa a curae. No re'ief or cure in ten yeata.
In l1 I heard of the Ct rl, rat Rauiuiaa,
U'ed them, and waa per eo-lv cured "
Sworn to before 1-. a. Com J D. Crawford.
USB F T1IK HOHaT !'.
We haTabeen aelling inur Ct riot'at Kna
Bigs for yeara, and 1m e the Oral cmplaint
yet to receive from a pu-cha'er. One of the
worat caaea of acrotul.i I ever aaw waa cured
by the ue of five b.iitln Cirirt aa KrsnL
vknt, Ci'TUTBi, and CttiDi'Ba N.ap. Tne
fcioau iakca tlie c;ikc" tcre a-a mrdiciiial
aoap. TAYLOR X TAYLOH. Lrug.lia,
VBICOSi:i M1RII I.M.J.
My wife uaed the ('('Tirt a t HyoiK for a
aore log, cauaed oy vari oae veina, with en
t re and ierfect aaii'iactioii. Mra. John
Klarcty waa alao cure t ot a tore leg of long
atuudiug bv the aama trctiiinont.
JOU.N -V. CjoI'KR. liruggiat,
lir cnllclu, 111.
t 'VTH'i t lt: r.in i.
Are aold everywhere. Price: Cl rirva. VI
centa; CiTiiraA N... . '-i ecu's: I tin Ha
Raaui.vaNT, Jl.ttl. P-i'imr I ny )! PuTiha
lmco iMiCaimi'n.Cn.. t'. .suui. vlaa.
fond for"ilow ia( in iMkln iikhiwi."
pifUPLES. Id..- aht-ta. .-kin ItleinMiea
a irn and Dal.) ilu , , .-,u'.' i Jm'.? '-L1"!!-
aU ttui:, UK kVtl.N.aaK
I1KI IsjK. or Strain, or Murcular
Weakneiia, but yield to the new,
original, add infallible pain alle
viating properlie t'l luect'Tirc
N'l I'ais Pi,aariB.
A t ilriigk'1:.
, .Tj;i;rii -rtiftlf X3 Iftmllr OtiHllOM OtlTltitM
Cnren nil form. orPRIVAT?
CUKONIC na SEXUAL Ul"
&peratfctorrhe ad lnipotenofr
Uiruli t rirnbii Iti jouib aiuk. 'it'iwi it.
,iirt Tour orihi rw ii'l fl-1urtD cm i .fc. 'o1
.rwtnj vitri't Sfrrnnant-M fArinlnl kmlMlui. t-.iiu
hi 1rmmi). IHmUf if i.Mhl, DtrX'U Ufa ' TLt
natI-B I'liiilcmna riil ierkii ririci' )''mu,
tift !.' of dta, lti i tHriUKi Puvti c . rm4'm
rriif ttniti r nr unrnjipt rt ifanrouarh' dJ
vmh .'ii- I teYPHiL IS fl""..'. "r. utO w
ir.u- trii'.-u-f fnirB u nKtcui, Gonorrli
(JLEBX, trtclur rciiilii Ahum v H'tjiu)!
a ii. 1 prlralo ill ulkl eurl
It . s.-II.ajil l.-m ihni tihy leltiiliTi iiniiiiSl
ftarjiio rtii of dlir ku) trtJttlni th 'Uti l hut.a
vlj, ijulr hill fhTit-rtttn huowlua. iht f. tit
-t- ixuiiii'inj (t-Toiit ta mj ert W iiri 't 't lu"ni fu i
iit 'lie cHt f trlo)rot Btfdt-tti" i.' t rittU.
.i,l -jtailr r mnt I tji Mtnrtw tujwbart
T'i.veh GurantMd i. U Ch
ai(lrtnkon. , , ,
'iK.i,titnni iirrintn f h !-uh H11 . "
(';- -aiKnn1'1' : fJ "iw.'t'-fii r.'" t ti U '.'..
f IW rnllo nj '1if- wcuto'j -irv., "f H
i,i aipia fibtiuli ."a 1 lil'M t w'1
. file' ' ' - V V ) i'ni.)'.r"
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce it and obtain agenta we will
for the next aiity duya giso nway, frea
of charge, in each county In t'ie II. M. a lim
ited number ol our Uernimi k'.loplr Jl
vniiln MiniaaiMOrjr Holla. I'rioe t'l: a
poaitive and unfailing cure for Norvuua De
bility, Varioocele, Einiaaiotia, I inpolcncy,
etc. ft.ri(Ki.l rtcward paid if evory Bolt we
manuiacture doea not generate a gonulne
eleclric current. Addroha at once ELhu
TRIO BELT AUENCY, P. 10. Boi :i7H,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
WEAK, UMDEVELQPED PARTS
l) Th K H i M S I'" I' Y V ' 1 '. K t . I I , 1 r r.l-"l l
f I ; i , M ; M 1), 1 I . nr t t f. i,ut- 1i. in-i "u ti
In. Mj 1
:'i.i.ii i ii-i
r f. nli -I ,-Jr. irt nitluy nil .1 !". ! 1 )t.itvf
jt . , ?r.L : N V f 1. J Kirnluii lt...
A Valuable Patent.
Daurj'i (Hone) Corn nul rinu
tr. n AVINfl oarfected my Invention. I wirh
n. to plaea it before tha public, aapacially
manulaoturara, Aa a Corn Planter, It la a
perteet auooaaa opani the drill, dlstributcil
ihm ad acct.ratalv. nninlurad. and ooverd
tha aame, thereuy one man performing tha
work or three, me nava oeen naeu m
thia lection for over a doaen yeara with per
feot aatiafaotinn. Can give reaiwniibla teat)
0 JOHN II. DANCY, Danny villa,
II v wood cnontv, ''
HKtlTH l WKAI.T1I.-Pr. K. C.
Wiht'. Nirvi mi Baam TaaaTaanT.
a guaranteed apeciflo for Uyateria, Hini
neaa, Convulalon-a, Fit. Neivui Neural
gia, lleadache. Nervca Prostration, cauaad
Cy tha aaa of alcohol or tobacoo; Uake
fulneaa, Mental Bepreaaion, Bottoning of the
Brain, reaulting In inaanity and leu ing to
mtaary, decay anqaoatn; rreniaiure '
Age, Barrenneaa, Loaa of Power in either
- Involuntary Loea and Upermator
rhea, can. 1 by over-exortinn of the brain,
ell-abuaa or overindulgence. Each bm con
tain una month' troatmont. II a box, or
ix boxaa for '), annt by mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We guarantee fiix Bogei
to cure any oaae. With each order r-'ceived
by u fur all boxea, accompanied wi'.l o,
wa will lend the purchaser our written
gttarurte to refund tha money if the treat
ment doe ot elort a cure. Onaraotoo
laaued onlv fcv A UKNKEUT ;.. l)ro-
gjt. Ven.T'Ha. Tewn.
HE tX EfiTATH.
N. Mlfi. K. D. Chancery Court of Hhelhv
county. State of Tuntoaace va. L. li.
Bi virtue of Interlocutory docroea for ale,
ntorod In tho above cauo on tho U'th
day of June and Wh day of November, lictft,
M. 11. 4H, p. mi, and M. B. fill, page 111, t will
ell at public auction, to the nighent bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Maater'a office,
courthouse o Shelby oounty, Memphii, Ten
MHlnrdBy, July 84,
within legal hou'i, the following deacribed
proporty, altuated io Bhclby oounty, Tou
ne.taee. to-wit: . ,
Lot K, block fjfl, fronting 5Uxl7U feet, lonth
side of Georgia atreet.
Part lot 1, block 41, heginnlrg on outh
aido of Vance atreet HO eat eaat of tbe corner
of St. Martin alreoti thence eaat with Vance
atreet 70 teet; thence aouth HO feet; thence
weat "0 feet; thenoe north 0U loet to the be
ginning. ... .
Lot 19. block 4, beginning on the weat
aide of Hernando atreet at nnrthnnat corner
of aaidlot: thence outwardly with the line
of J. M. Wilaon'a lot Hi feet to iheoiat line
ot S. Moaby'a lot; thence aouth with aaid
line 21 feet; thence eaatwardly with Henry
No an'a line to Hernando treet; tbence
north with aaid atreet 21 feet to the begin-
11 Terma of Snle-On a credit of alx monlha,
note bearing intoret, with aecurity, re
iiuired; liel retainod; redemption barrod.
Thia June 1H. IKvi.
s I. McDOWElL. Clerk and Maatar.
''V H. P. Walfh, Pcputy Clerk and. Vlaatar.
F. II A C. W. Iloifkull, aolicltora.
Prlvatej Seleot Sohool of High Orndeifor
B irmlted number of VOUNG LADII.
I-t.l et Wooalana. In rl.w of Ht Inla. Tha
eiitlm appol uluo.nl of Ihe i.lacj raioler It nX
lANTlliiM. tlrganlimd 1I1. Kor ar all room
hi., blen Ulla earlf. C..r. of ' I ...Iractloa 1.
firv thorough. Mii.Io! Vo.al and lnaUanieiilaJ.
IgliaAnct-nt and l,l.ro Art: l;i"lin
n.l llrax n Hiairtl of lnrtnirtloii Hrnrun, U
Highly lualllhal for tbtr r.p-otl-d..rtait
f o ionr. room applanation mart lie made early.
For Cataloa'i"" a'l tnaa. tliePrlucll,
B. T. BLEWITT, tL.D.. JennlriM. Q
Ht IV. vonnt or old
,flnd tha K tMtr to
ShieM and hupeno
rv curverr itMC ot
WAQknaii i.f t Vim kill.
annooeift ina iofi or
nov rim rBlireiaiiHij.
Price Mt and upward.
U....kl.i fp.A All
nrdfra mnt beent to Amerleaa Jlvn.
e a. o., 70O itronuwny, rarer ima, aa
all our Waetern odiooi are ajlsconllaaed.
Often eeked. tart aalaVaai anaaranal aatufaavtuy: " la thaaaa laamilj kwnwa aptheaaWaal pa haafae
yUiaiUMeaJwiaga pacmiAf o mca-tt who ae anlijail to iiw,w.rrnaaal aaa aaa M annMlanaf
SCCv!S r ' "K n'of" htleVfSind to (ANrrCCCCV
Jteaaet what an mnrl pkywiHan km t axay Hfwia (k aaaajeag M
IbadartvdpeleaUriy graafvii leaadaa nxaai the aaw e Toawalme aa eaaaa af P ,
the al e hair of rbaomalie eaa4iu.i, and a ehmnle annana baa tltia dlaeaaa. who h4 baaaa diliaa
auwiajl toihmwmtfai uwaollr by hv B3.ithly auffnta. ita actual hM ba aag eallafeaeneyj. Itratievaal
9m nraanptly, and the bow t the onee draa lart MaBB with tait liuk euaeoaaJart. I eoatd eaacatteaa
aha am of a aunuar uliaieetar, hal thai w a nanataaoa, eaaa." T. V. ygTlt. H. m
K.tS A. A. MELLIER, Sole PropV,T'wTJ.'l!SlCTJ'
THE LIVERWORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPT,
a. .. r -
IKON & RAILWAY SUTLY DEPT. S2B nnd 228 Second St.
tSu.ceaaura In thia tapirtment to J.)IIS V ANUUUE.)
OfjrWrite n tor Inlnrn at: n on ANY 'IH1M1 In rl'bcrlltie.
J. A. BAILEY.
. BAMY & 89,,
S TLalO" JDS 3BJ IS S 3 ,
33G Second Ntrect, loniplilH.
A LARGE AND COMPLKTR STOCK Of PLVMBKUS, il.3 AM) STBAM KITTKKS
Matoriala, Pun-.pa, Drive Wella. Ir.in, Lead and atone Pipe, ila Kiaturea, Olohea. Kta
A 0 TUfTAIllAf
Cotton Factors, Yholesalc Grocers,
No. 11 Union Ntrret, : t Me.uplila, Tciib.
R. LCOCHRAN & Co
AW AID PLAHIraU-BIILl., Iivr-TAIO
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lnth and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling aud Uodar rosts.
A. YACCARO & Co
t aovig-x ?
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, '
KOS. &78 A.ND aSO FRONT 8T7i ZdlP-T .MEBtPaza
SLEOtaE ltUOS.,of Corao, MIbi. Fa M. fiOHFLEET, Resident Partner.
Ho. 365 Front Street
KILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front Wt., 9Xempli!a Te.ai'.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors, Commission fiiorchants,
Ko. IIO Honth 5SaIn tit,. Mt. iatmU.
ilmer.f iiorntoa & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Vo. SO Froit Htrci. j JMeniplalM. Temi.
(SHKSNtHtS TU MKAOIIAM IIUKrUK) I
OW Stand, No. 9 Union St., Mempliis.
JSAI'OLEON HILL, rrealticnt.
II. Jt lilXJ,
MbiudMs CUt Fire & Gen 1 Ins. Co
IDOKM A UKNEBAL II KB AMD afABIHE MVMISKitS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
Olllce 11 MaillwouWlreet, JTeiaphls, Tena
MM7&M)-'S'i2-m4W Second street, soath ot Gayoso. fT,
nno Qaeh Rtinritt Flonrinrj. Ceilinn. Sidina. Shinalcf 3
AND MACHINE COMPANY
HiOto 171 A!ams StVempMf.
II oe, Basel
U. 8. WI
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n g : PI I
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