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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27,
LILi, MISS.
IMPBOYOEST IS PUBLIC
ALS Bf THE
MOK-
Tnforcenient of the Laws-Rellglous
DIsculou Crop rroppects-lm-proTemeuta
and Progress.
lOOlBltrOBDIllCS OF TBI APPEAL.
Lcla, Miss, October ".-In my last
atticle t tbe Appeal I tp ke of the
teterje:s of some cf our cotton ciope,
and the fa aliU tha1; an early frost
would bring. The lite cotton, while
well frult-d, v as full cf Bap, bud on
early kilhrg frt would Lava been
disastn ui 10 it. Tne river of all good
cif;s haB I'eon kind to tia ti-is feas n,
f jr wo have had no f .est t) tuio date
ti do a?y d.'mavp, and the fa.l i.as
been one of the lovehebtevar known
for husbanding crop?.. The fivorab.e
Beasonfor g.tLeriua wid lccteao the
vield cauBidtrably, but the crop, as a
general thing, will not be to go.-.d as
the crop of labt year. The long and
Cintinu'ju? rainy spell in the late
spring aod eatly suramor gave the
cotton crrp a bUck eya from which it
has never recover id.
IMPB0VEMBST8.
We ere ei joyirg a decided boom in
the delta. It is porcptib e on all
ides. There is a spirit of improve
Tnntit riin;? on in ever? direction. A
few duyi since t!--e writer chanced to
take a j lurney of four or five roi'es
thronuh the cnunt'y, and en route ho
saw fiva new niunouee?, built this
year, four of which were run by steam
and one by horsa piw. r. And in ad
dition to these there werevitible num
berlesB improvements cf a minor char
ac:er. Theie id a grand future in store
for this louutry. Is is menacfd fcy
bat one danger which would detract
from its bei:.g by odds the finest farm
ing country upon the habitubla glob?,
and thtit is th probability of an over
flow from the Mitsi.-s ppi river. Tina
danger, it is ta be hoped, wdl saon be
overcame, ai the contractors are now
bard at work leoairirg the breaks arid
. stretEtbenitiS the wtak place in the
: levees. Wa have every confidence in
the integrity, sound judgment
omul maDscemeut ol our
ent Board of
miBsioners. and
and
pres-
Levee Com-
we believe if
h,,. u annh thins uo?sib!e as levy
ing the u.ig'ity Father of Wa'ers (and
it hasbaen iully demonstrated) that
these gentietnen, with their sagacity
and indomitable zeal, Will make a
Buccess of it. It is a consummation
devoutly to be wished, for good eab
Btanlial levees bring g .od crops, g'td
health a"d a happy, prosperous arid
contented people. Overflows, 01 the
other hand, pra disastrous to crop3
and the health of 'beast as well as
man. The writer knew this county
for a peiiod of ten or twelve years
when the levees weie inUct and it
was free from ovaiflow, and it bloE
tomed like the race.
TUB MORALS OF TUB COUNTRY.
No country 1 as nndergna S3 radical
and rapid a charge in ita enforcement
ef the laws and improvement of its
morals as ha3 this in the past fifteen
years. Theu a house of God was the
exception, and rare exception at that,
but the grog Blocs abounded in the
land. Now we have churchu in
almost every neighborhood, and a law
abidiDg, Godfearing people. Of
coarse, the mhjor portion of our popu
, lation are ignorant, in a great meas
ure, of the laws under wh.ch we live,
but, considering their want of knowl
edge, their obedience and respect for
law is woaderful. Hosiery does not
teach of a population abounding in as
much ignorance as pervaaes me negro
race of this lection who are bo re
spectful wad law abiding. Indeed, im
pressions Eometimes take possess on
f them that such and such is law,
when, in point of fact, there is no
Buch law on tbe statute booke, yet
they respect it as such. The negro is
suited to this country it is his para
dise, and while many of them are
careless, indolent and extravagant,
they ara a necessity here.
Many years ago, during ngro and
carpetbag rule iu this State, the negro
was a badly demoralized cit zen, but
now bow changed is his condition. If
yoa wish to make him happy, instead
of offering the traditional forty acres
and a mule, just turn him into a well
opened cotton patch and pay him BO
nr K,i pnta ner hundred for picking,
and my word for it yoa have a happy
ml if evr there was one. N jeuch
longed iptrirg, in which nearly all of
tha divires went tonk a hand, and
during which there were some ris(ht
arathinr ri-tua'ks renin bv hoth Side;.
thev finallv sireed to di?aeree. and IX
the Rev. Sir. II nnell, in order to
pour oil upon tha troubled waters
and to put a qu etns upon the dis
putant3, got up and g.ive cut some
ar.pDintn.euts for Mr. Dyo tnd dis-
nns eu tha covgr ati n, cona 01 tn
b3n a iy tha wter uf.er the hour's
dis.uss'ou than wLen we came rioi
knowing whtthr r we siiould be iui
rricr.;oil, sprinkled or havw tha waer
ponret upoa us in older to claaiise us
eforrekf.
. After the adjournment fnm the
church, I learned that a ditcuion
whs fi .iHlly arranged, duo notice of the
time to bs ;ive:i.
The wri'er knew Tom Dy, fs h
wai famibarly Chl'fd, in timis that
tr ed nii n'i s. u s, aad he fights a a
Bold t-r of the ir.B, wuh the eame
agir -stiver e.s and fia'Uesnees as he
i I in the la'.e wr, followinu the lesd
of tha gallant an I gl rious old Bib
McOuiloLh. He has met a foeuiaa
worthv of his steel, though, in trie
e oquent joung McGulJoy, and when
tHey do meet it Will le Greek meet
Gredk. occasionam.
JttAKTlX, TEXS.
roinroil Nihiiol Tctiir Tkc
IrciHRKaposuKci or TH APrKlI..!
Martim, Tknn., OAi 2(i.--The
Hon. 8m. M cE. wee, of Hay ooii, wi.s
fn i.nvn nddrc-sed the citizens of this
place at the African Mutnod st Kp'S'
. .ml ftlinrh K .turdivv i iirht. but b
ing unable ti attt iul he sent an his
suts'itute Mf. M. Vann, a colored
fclool teachvr of Djer. A goodly
rnimVipr c.1 wViiti le.dies Hnd e n'le-
men and a goodly number ot D'.atK
ladies and genilrmen weri in attend
ance. Tne R-v. Mr. Danley. the
olored pa. tor, handed hymn books
around, tiie crgan.Bt loik hereeat and
anvdst the peals of the organ the
cnljied people s.inir, "Work, for the
Night is Conrng." After at'other
Bong the Kev. .lir. D.n'ey oflered
a very appropriate prayer, after which
he introduced the drstinguished
g ntleman from Dyer. The greater
part of the speech was devoted to the
Blair bill, quoting Jiob and A I, arm
the relating of a few anecdotes, which
omued the di'kus and Republics
immensely. The speaker arraigned
tbe Democratic party for extravagance.
in burying Congressmen ar a benaiors,
t re very thing that the IX-mocratic
paity u free from and the R!puhhcan
pa-ty guilty of. Ho also spoke dis
.in.mriniriv of tho eovernment appro
priating money for tbe advancement
of entumclonical science, which every
in'el igent farmer and fruit grower ap
tata ( ir nlnr.PH him in a noMtion
to protect his crops and trees from the
des;ructive ravages of bngs and in
b.'. The onlv ood. fenible advica
the speaker gava his color, d biothers
and tsiBters wai that thi re was no Bensa
in the word criorfd fo ks that they
were negroes and nothing else, and
should not be ashamed to be ca'led by
that. nnmp.
Th 1-1,-in. D. A. Nunr. RepuHlican
candidate for Congress, sj.eaks here
Wednesday evening, and the Hon.
Tlrn K. Revelle. of Biownbvilb, will
address the citiz -ns herd Monday night
in the interest of Repubhcannim,
CK1HE D CASUALTIES.
IMUORTAXT WiTMSS
MCRUEE CAE
IX A
Put Out of the M'oj The lallroad
Collision iu Michigan Run
Down bj a Freight 1 raiu.
DhsMoink, Ia., Ocfoior 26 The
dieappearance of Henry Ftters, ono i f
the important wit'Hs-es ot lue riaa-
dock murder t S.cix City, and tl.o
intiuiatiin that h had reen kulnd to
prevent his t-rliinyr tles, haa oe'n
nearly confi ni!'d. Oathe4 h of this
month the body of a s'raneer was
f )Uiid in the wtl'ows. b;iut a mile
from Crescent, iM.-.r Couicil hh.li:
It was ba lly d con p sed ud could
lot be ideutiti d. 'the p'ace wh-ra
ihe b dy w.is found was one which
c;inld bo reached by a Fkiff coiniog
diwii the Mh-s.inri, and it is thought
(he bodv cauie iion tie river. A
pocket was found and a crumpled
piec-t of papir, on which was written,
Miss Minnie Jwwnian, Caniiol ava
buc. H. Rasburn." The body was
buriei iu the potter's fi.:ld at Council
BmflH, but todav an examination of
the clothin.' was' made, leading to the
almost complete identification of
IVteis. It is thought he was killtd
by tbe Hadc'ocV murderers to prevent
his revealiug the fir. t aesars'.us.
1S86 ' -
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rVK FTOCK OF. BOOTS AND FIIOES FOR FALC AND WINTER WBR IS MOltE
U coimTlo . than ever, onn.riin no! only tho hfl n J fiuont but lto lull lineJ ot uie
diuin, dBrabln.l lUd'hi: udj, which otter nt low figure!.
TO TIIK TKI: wn oti-r oreoiRl lnducraent. Cnr-yint m.t of rut ; ;,' l
SOLID Sl.KS. wo re rn v.rol to fill ordirn Kir fie.iKl ic at MJ hXTKA tOol, thil
nabiiiig Morohauu to fill i.. without being oouii -elled lo buy uod oot needed.
jjdjLmiiel :omo. & 00.
AkoiiIm lor ihe Oli'I'THlert W. I.. lonitln Wm'l 'Hir Kbora n4 '
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AcciilenlHlljr fcbot 1IU fe-Ulrr.
LauisviLLB Oc obor 20. A eon cf
flarlov Harrt-ll. livinz near Ofi'igs-
vil'e.'Ky., arcid ntaliy difcburge-d a
tilli f hot at his 10 year old Bitter and
hh it her thro.mh tbe heid. She wiil
die.
Jewi lry Sleie Kobbod.
Vox du Lac. Wis.. October LH.-
R,.hpi;nier' iHwelrv Bt.re. at thii
place, was nit rl by Dur.ia'S aru
robbed of about $ CO woith of jowehy
la.t niclit. Toe pafe wis bl wu npeu.
Most ot tha piunilur was anerwaraa
found wrapped up in a quilt, mid on-
nt-a'nd in the river hank. iw men
are under arrest.
For Fifty Years tho great Remedy for
Blood PoisonanaSkin Diseases.
For 50
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Is
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Cotton 173, ctoirSr
Years.
Intert sting Treatise onBlood and Skin Diseases
'nailed free to all who apply. It should be
carefully read by everybody. Address
a THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta,
J.RATT C.
Munulacturor'i Aitents for
Iliiuiel rrittt Cotlou tJIn-s
FKKDliV.S ANDCONDKNSEhS.
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TOA.; . I NSHLKY, MilTIl A CO,
4' t'3't. ''-V'JfiF1 Mannlaoturenof
Nj"-' 7i J'-'-'i Vrmtt Fc-llr- Hn'l.-r Jln. wl
-Sic J -.-T-t "". !';., -r nuil ;:n lt-plr'r,
i' .."V I H to 101 rl:ir St., Mompkto.
J; ' &: it -Prtt Kavolvinit-I'airt (n nn-
' i'i-Ti -;'Jfci---L' I 1 nu.l.-a. iSl"-K now ruii:ot. IVn-e
h. ., . . ; roilii'-ei. Curresvim tenon. i;a orjIMt
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mnnnteeit.
nudh gi m mm cc.
LIVERKORE mUNDBY AWO MACH!NE COFAS.Y.
FOUNDRY &MACUINK IH1PT, liiOto 171 Adams;St ., Meiuphi?
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Briua
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MRS. STEWAtttM WILL.
Carloally ArouNed In Keaurd to the
jjl.poalllon ot tbe; M"J
Palace.
New York. October 20. How has
Mrs. Stewait disponed of her ij3,OC0,00O
marble palace f wno win gi iub
ss'nnoooii worth of vaintioip and
other works of art which it contains?
Thenn are the ouefclioap. before all
othatH. that are iaterealioe the pubi c
of this city today. The Commercinl
Advertiter eays: A surprise will prob
ably be in store for the public when
Mrs. Stewart's will is opened the last
of this week. Iltr closest friends, with
tha eicention oi Judge Hilton, claim
to be ignorant of its contents. One
thins appears certain, the maible
houe where she died will not again
Via nfd an a dwelline.- Many well
informed persons have supposed that
it. wnnlrl be oiven bv Mrs. Stewart to
Union Club, ai Mr. Blewait had
from time to t me hinted that to be
his ultimate design for the plac. Bat
today it was alleged that Mrs. S ewart
Hrniriprl vetrs aizo to ttive the place to
Judge Hilton and 1 ave it opened as
au uptown dry goods store.
Two Men Hilled by a Fr lht Train.
Bbarford, Conn , Ontob. r 20. Two
men namea James joiirnaa iiu
Itiomss Good wera nding on a
Vpfleder" on the eit Uranih ran-
toad near here la-t ntttht when tbey
were run down by a freight train anu
inst .ntly k lled.
The Detroit and "JrauU Haven Col-
Dktboit, Mich., (J'tiber ao. An
invistigationof ti e colli-iou Butunlay
nig'it on tho Detroit, Grand Haven
and Milwaukee roilrjad, revealed the
fart that but for tbe engineer oi tne
freight train fa;lirg es rep on his
engine wnne waning on us biuhik n
much worse aieaeiBr wouiu nave iji
ptned. Tha engineer bad been on
duty seven hour, and tnougn cis
orders were to pun out wnen rue weai
bound freight Lad pr.BSf-d, no miieo. 10
do so, being almost a'leep in the cab
when told Dy tne Droaeiuan nun nio
switch was open fjr him. Had tie
gone on he would have collided wi h
the ptsssnger trim wuue ooia wuro
ia motion instead of his tunning into
hi. inin nn it etood on the Biding. All
the freight train hands testified that
thev were too worn out irora inert ui
sleep to think of coneulting the time
card, which would Dave toiu toem me
pussenuer tram was uue. vr m. juii
who threw tho switch open, acknow
ledged he dropped to sleep as soon as
be got bacJt to tne traia.
The Colored Wlfa Marderer Dead.
Kansas City, Mo., October 20
LBfTerty, the colored wife murderer,
was conveyed from Lieavenwunu iu
Wyandotte this morning to guard
against mob violence. He died at the
latter place Boon af er he arrived fiom
the efftcSs of his attempt upon his
own life, having gashed his throat lest
Sunday.
A Trunk Full or Jewelry Mining.
Kansas City, Mo., October !0 A
tmnk ecn'aininsr $12,000 worth ot
iwelry, belongi g to the agent of a
Umcinnatl leweiry nrra. waB cneineu
fnrth a citv Irom wakens. io., on
the Wabash train du3 here Saturday I
night. It has r ok, arrived, and the
authorities have bean unabla to
find it.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Enelnes, Boil'" and Tank Worlr, Cottoa tJins, Cottci
rresses. Wood PiiUoys, Shaltios, Agricultural
a:id riatitatiou AVork,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn, and Saw 3VEill3.
5
Wnera
Kla.,EI.
deneriil
Bpnln.
..w.,
'. -.-kKS- Mnirnlletl
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DKP'T, 330 and 228 Socoiul St.
tHuooaimrii tn this Wiirtment to JOIIN MAUUK.I
aWrltK n "t Infnrmiilion n AN)
nil Nil in fil W ' In -
TntiHw'POi
W. A. SMITH. Proprietor.
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Al.ton. Crowll k Co. , thj- dy '"!.5-
rronVll retirinir. Tho reran iriinw pnrtnem. P. K Alton nd II. 11. Mry. wtll eon.
.-..YZ'h , .in... l 'the Told i.an.1. crner tront and Unien HreeU. ."". "K L1';'':1.1
and colleotiim all outaUnding aooounti.
B. ALa'l'ON.
II. MAWRY.
-i L.. 1 10IU!
XrlD"-i SoovTl Ti i. ..k for my .coe..or. a continuation of the 1 ...troa
i.r i.nn.J tit nlil tirm . " - "
NEW FIRM.
ALSTON, MAURY
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BR0OK8.
& CO.
U. M. NEELY.
AVEItf GIK CO,'
KANrFnTKKa or
I'ooclorw.OoxidoaVrffl
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IV. A. Ntiilil.'w lal. N('i;stra(or.
AUENT
Eaplfl Ecllpnn Hullor fJ!n,
l'lutn 10-Incli Cln, and
MOITIIKKK KTM PKF.NM.'
M rrOK . r:' ',;i Price at F.ot.rr. . and tlltt. 1 '
' tky tX '"u Mr All lilndn of (linn Kstairad. tjolU
v(i'V-; 4"a.,w,-7'E XT--? Diiicnuutto the Trad.-
'M-. v;i'0'"' lraiMl a:t kii(NI., MemnliU. Ten
BROOKS, NEELY & 00.
1UDRBW 8TBWAKT, Haw OrlearU. I ASDBBW D. GWYKH, Man-
WHOLESALE
STEWART, m
HE & G
i GBOCERS, COTEOM FACTORS, wholesaleGrocer8,Cot.Pactora
And Commission Merchants,
Wo. 3C7 Trout Street, ; Memphis. Teim.
W. M.
BROWKl
HO. SM AMD OT8 FBOST BTBEET. MEMPBH,
AH! - - -
STEWART BROTHERS & COnPAfl?
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION llllWIIANTB,
J.t. lAMASOB
e. o. Him.
R. A. F1KKBK.
thiug a? po'itics ever enters his undisr TUE APPEAL At! A IN INDORSED
turbedbrn n. He doesn't know, v. or
does he care a fie, when election day
comes uruuid, for he argues, end
The Farmer and tbe Cotton Nerd
Iutlustric.
wisely too, "there's nothing in it for
the niBger." The reeult is, loyal
losgaes are things of the putt; mid
niitht har.-sngues cr political discus
sions eelilom occur. In their stead
the negro has his church, society, his
Sons of Jacob of America and Daugh
ters of 56 on, hU festival and innumer
able other festivitis that take the
place of loyal leagues and political
clubs.
A RBLIQIOUS DISCUS8IOK.
A few years auo this community was
composed mostly of Baptists, but a
fluent talking and eloquent young
man, tbe Rsv. Mr. McGuffey, of the
Campbellite or Christian faith, came
upon the scene, and after a faw visils
here and a series of sermons succeeded
in capturing almost tha entire Baptist
onnirroontinii. Tbe Methodists and
members ci otner cnurcueo muwureu plicat(on to tnft crop8 ea8,i- Bnder-
joint discussion on the mode of bap- Jt00d throughont the gouth,as well
as a flue food for stock, without any
FOREIGN NOTES.
October 20. Lad Church
ill ovened a Primroia lodse at Bradford
yesterday.
Pmu.is. O.toher 20 Nutiwrous
t-nants are rnyinir their ronH, material re
duction! having been inrido.
Runi.iN. October 28. The Budding
Ccmmitteoof the Baltic canal calculate that
thoy will euiploy li.OOO workmen.
London. Octiber 20. The Lord
Mayor ha received a letter from the Mayor
of Cbnrloston, expreiwinr thanks for money
forwarded Irorn ionuon lor me iDarieriou
mlTereri.
London. Octr-ber 20. The fn(ard
anka Lord Randolph Churchill, In a few terfe
and pointed fentoncei, to deter France from
tryinit to embarrairi England in the Egyptian
qmr.tton
Liberal Advances on ConMlRMnienU.
266 Front Street, ; : Weiuplilx, Teim,
LUMBER YARD!
fa
J, T. FARGASOM & CO.
Uholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,,
BSf Front Street. IXemphic, Tena.
0.tU. 'Wn.l..4 to will hav. W wrT " " W?3i-
Stinls & Fancy Groceries, Wlnos, Llquorsjobicco & ClBirci
Ant will nl t.'.w a tt l lwl .
itrinLlcv. Ark.. MantfllKturers !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
. AND DEALER1 IN
n biij. nrrsNdd Flooring. Celling, Weather- BoardUf.
L'.-b.V of .A! dlm...lon.. Wo-U. tj, w'-,"
GEO. BAYMIMiKlt, AOENT,
H. 124 Jeffenon Street Memphis. Tennewei
W.TKOWDIU3.
If OKBHBPOND1ICCB OT THE APPI1L.I
Sabdis, Miss., Octobar 25. Th
farmers are interested in your editi rial
nn the cot on Eeed and oil I ruft ques
tion. I was requested by a number of
farmers to write you and urge you
ahead with your elucidations. '1 hat
it is calculated es a wholes tie robbery
to the planter there can be 110 doubt,
and the prefH in the cotton producing
f -. -.nntl ifn wall tn nn! n t nut H p
ESSS mm toiitures SUGGS FETTIT
product, namely, tun iidv, tne nuns,
the meal, the cake, the oil, etc., and
compare the profit to the planter
aizainst the "Trust." Don't lose sight
of the fact that the seed is one ot the
very best fertilize known and its ap-
COTTON FACTORS,
8.J and 3Q MlMliwon Nl.. ' M inmli. 'Jfwn.
a; tcoako &. Co
i:.n In d down in tne scriptures.
The aforesaid discussion had been
talked of for some time, and today was
the day appointed, lt-pretenting one
side of the question came yesterday
the ReT. T. Vv. Dye, of the Methodist
Church. It seems that upon his ar
rival it was ascertained that the ether
side had understood the discussion to
be "off," and their representative,
who, it was learned, would be Mr.
McGuffey, was not on the ground.
Mr. Dye seemed to have come
with his war paint on, and in
a pablic sarmon yesterday expressed
great disappointment at the failure
oi the oppo6i'ian to meet him. The
brethren, desir.ng to give Mr. Dye sat
isfaction, called the telegraph wires
info use, and after a time succeeded in
finding Mr. McGuffey somewhere on
tha lino n( tVin MissiaainB-i and Ten
nessee railroad. He telegraphed his
coming, so today he arrived on the 11
o'clock train from Memphis, bringing
with him the Kev. J. B. Bnney, of
Memphis, one of his co-workers and a
man of considerable ability. When
the crowd assembled at the church
there were present Mr. Dye, the de
bater for the Metbodieta, the Ksv. J.
W. Honnell, presiding elder for tbe
district, and the Rev. Mr. Higgjn.
minis'er in charge of the church. Mr.
McGuffey and Mr. Briney represented
the otner aide. A proposition waa
made by Mr. Dye to go at once into
the discussion. A daba'e of an hour
or more followed as t3 what questions
they were to discups, Mr. McGuffey
meantime stating that he was not
ready then to enter upon the dis
cussion of the questions ai he under
stood them and as he proposed to
1 discuss them. After much and pro-
That Defy all Olnrr Hemrdlea NpcM.
Iljr Cured by t'nllcara.
liwrr r ATIKfl Krnnlioni. Itohtnr and
JJurnmjr earn lojxurea, jjoiuuiue
Bore, and every pfoiei ! itching, scary,
Pimply, Inherited. Horofuloui and Conta
gious UifleaneB oi me uiuuu. onu uu ru.ii-,
with Lou of ilair, from infancy 1 1 1 old age.
are poiitiyeiy cureu ny vutiuuba, ma aroni,
Bkin Cure, and Cimh-uba bOAP, an exquisite
Skin Beantjfier, externally, and Cutiouba
Ruhoi.ybnt, tbe new Blood Purifier, inter-
I have been afflicted since laat March with
Kbin rli.KAiia the doctor, called Kc.ema.
My faoe wan covered wi'.h scab, and cored,
and Inc lloninganu uutuidk wor iimf.. uu
toarable. tieeina your Cutiouba IUmkiiiii
IILtll-ROlEt'i'JaaSElJS
. jaxax3
WHOLESALE
rushing or grinding, when given ia
nroDer auantities and mixed with
hav ntn . a we are reauired to do
with the meal. Freight is a big factor
in this thing, hence railroad, who are
slitavi hjirn. ara buildinir notton
. J. rl , -A -II .1. .! :.l- lAavnlilA. Hfiinv Ton
seed nouses or aeps m ail uipir er.u " hiihr recommended, concluded to give
trnoba fnr nnnvonienCB to the Dlanters .i,.. . t.i.i. n.imi the CiiTicl'BA and Curi-
OURA Soap eiternaliy, ana iubui.tbt inter
nally, for tour monm. i can myneu curou,
in gratitude for which I make thin public
Element. Mas. CLAHA A. r HKUKHl'-'K,
Uroad BrooK, voud.
NCAI.P, FACH, EAB AHII SHH.
1 u afflicted with Eczema on the Scalp,
Face. Ear. aod Neck, which the drutwiet,
where I got your remedies, pronounced one
of the worst ca"es that had oome nnder his
notice, lie auvl?ea me to try your vutiuuha
D.it.n!H .ml after five davs' nse mv scalp
and part of my face were entirely oured, and
1 hope In another week to have my ears,
neck, anu me otner pmn m n.y
120 E. Fonrth street, New lora.
IirillKG DISEASE!) t'DBCD.
stands at tba head of IU class.
representation ot the Province, has "''iVhad.n un.-lTyiood sal. this
SOinewuat Biariui-u uiiu, auu, an um
of bis leading supporters remarked
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2CO and 2G2 Front St., Memphis, Tcun.
7H0LESMiE LIQUOR DEALERS,
a-tT nan t-nnNT STREET. 1SEI1PHIS.
IK OI. TtiO a
J. T. LaPRAMC.
Late J. 1. LaPrad k Co
tiviim MinTtATII.
Lnto with J. A'- UPrade A Co
UPRADEJcGRATH&Co
and ehirmerj. and. by the way, are
sharp enough to ciuse the seed mer
chants to pay for the building. The
railroad gives the nsa of ground that
has been civen to them by the town
years agOj
Sir Jobn Mndronnlri A I nr in ml at the
I urss ox Ausin,
Ottawa, Ont., October 2ft. It is
stated on good anthority that Sir
John Macdonald will brine on a
general election for the Dominion this
fall. The defest of the Tory Govern
ment in Quebec, Sir John's etrong-
Knld which st the last general elec
tion gave him 77 per cent, cf the total
COTTON
afl
Tt bKl Jf I I i Bl
MBRCHAKTS,
Mcmpliis, Tcim.
ANI
No.
301 Front street,
TUB IMMENSE POPULARITY OUR
CR!
PIPflllllllL'
yesterday, he mast take advantage of
the Roes government being at tbe
head of affairs and have general elec
tions before that government bands
over the keys of office". A 1 tbe mem
bers of the Cabinet have been sum
moned to proceed to Ottawa next Fri-
Hav. Lengthy meetings of ths
flahinet were held Saturday to ar
ranvn for the cam Dai en. There is
?;reat reaction in the country since the
ut general election, when Sir John
waa returned to cower with an over
whelming majority, whiah reaction ia
Jailv growing stronger (gainst the
present administration.
summer, ownini to tne iimiran i u
a-ravated form of Itch through some locali
ties in the country. In which tha Cutiouba
Rbubdibs prove E.SXSSyd8i DruKlt
UnlontowjjKy ElltEniE((
Are sold by all drus-s-lst. Price: Ci'TiccBA,
60 cents: Rbholvbnt. ll.OOj Boa P, 25 cenU.
Pottib Dni'U amd Cbbm:cal Co., Boston,
Rand for " Uow to Cure bkin Diseases."
D r A I ITIFY the Complexion and bkin by
BLnu uKinit theCPTicuBA boap.
HOW MYSIDE ACHES
Achint Bides andBack, Hip and
Kidney Pains, Rheamatio, Bciat
. in. Nenrelcio. Bharp and bnootinf
Pms. rllv sss maaie oy me
lcor AbI-PI llsiar. Cannot
fail. At arnniisw, '" tnm
and Chemical Co.. Boilon, Mass.
n nrniini in
u nLrUDUb bibiinn
Xh. .. . loo. Havana III "i' OO.,
Factory 80, 91 lltrlct, N. 1'.
FOR BALK BM. A. Jran.ioll. P- Carlln. H. J. lleister.R. Ktisltr. K. O. Camphell Co.
MOON & JOYUEB, Wholesale Agents,
nav.n?rVltfromXth.Badd..rr.ndn
wiare ple'-ed to announce to oMtnemUta tr,i rum ,t.J,rt, ibl1riU patronage ex-
J. A. BAILEY.
0. E. WITT.
J, JL BAILEY & GO.
ULJfil
336 Second Street, Memplili.
A.H, ntAUIflC
Cotton Factors, UliclcsrJo Grocers,
TT. 11 TTaloit Street, t s Slcrerll. Yenix.
rSlaFEARCB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'.s
Ho. 2SO ntOBT STXIEET, MEMPHIS, TENHT.-

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