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MEMPHIS .DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, XOVEMBEH 6. 1886.
BERRY WARD BEECUER
HIS VIEWS AS TO
iaJ Speaking WMh tbe Franeoegg or
I, His Hatnrf, Tolls Jutt What
frr rjndergra'aa'ea. There will be a
aratch rac, literary eaarciaea, a game
of football between Harvard and
Wealeyan, torchlight procession and
SENECA, S. C.
PLACE rOB IHTAIJDal
KiwYofic. Noremher 5. The Rev.
Henry'Waid Bncht-r ytaterday snb
milted himself to the inUrvieer lor
the first time lirce his return from
Emore. Ktf 'nlrg to bis Us; vi-it to
Ei gland, twenty-turee years ago, be
esVi: "The rontfimt between the at
titude of Eng'aod then a"H now toward
Amtrica was strikiDg. Thn English
public opinion was sgaintt the Uuitsd
States. The large fucory copulation
of Lancashire, although (ufTdtitig from
famine for want of oar caiton, aympa
thii d with ns in onr s'ruggle, but the
influeniial people of Great Britain not
onlf were oppr sed to the sentiment of
the North, but to a very great txteot
supported the S,tth. That has now
awn so changed that it may ba said
that there lias been a complete revo
lution in the thought of the people in
that respect. I think that this has
been largely brought abont by the in
creese cf travel between be two cone
trips, enabling ns to get better ao
anointed with each other.
Then, a'eo, the immenee tide
of immigration to the United
fctatee baa bound the populations of
the two countries together by the
tendercst ties. Any allusion in my
public addresses to the ties of kindred
between tbe two nations, to the bond
of respect and aflectirn that bouud us
together as oue people, never failed to
exiitelhe lrndest and most enthu
"As to the political a id tocial con
dition of the EtuJiah people, Mr.
"The answer to that is found in
w) at li at the foundation of ull ma
terial pn sperily namely, the land.
In the relation of tbe people to the
lard great and fundamental changes are
going on that ate affecting their con
dition from the top to the bottom, aud
which will also aflect their political
condition. For example: laud own
eis, who f ormerly wunid obtain 7 to
8 per cere for the rent of their land
are gl id to rent it for 30 shillings, and
sometimes cannot get that. The con
st qnenca la that the owners of the
land, instead of renting it to farmers,
to middlemen, or to their we war da,
are farming the lands under their own
direction and are selling tbe produc ts
direct, either to the retail tloali r or to
the consumer. Fact of thin cb.ur.ti ter
have force upon the public wind.
Quwtinne in rela'ion to land tenue,
to tbe law of entail and primogeni
ture, that hitherto have aided in the
intrenctiment of a landed and privi
leged class aocuttomed to separate it
self to a very great degree socially
from the bulk of the people. Then 1
noticed that there is a growing discon
tent in regard to tbe publlo ahnols, or
board schools, as they are called in
England. It is true that these schools
give a free education, but it is doled
out more or lees as a charity. This is
partly owing to tbs p ici'ioii of the Ks
tahllebedOiiurch,which has interfered
considerably witb the development of
a public chool system like that we are
faauiliar with here. There is a dispo
sition on the part of the English peo-
Sletiputtlie education of ttielrchil
ren on the same toolirg as we have
It-that la, that it shall be a right and
not a charity."
"A few words about Ire'and, Mr.
"My convictions ss to what Ireland
ought to have are not changed in any
eneential respect by my vit.it. While
I was there I heard a great deal abont
Ireland, and I visited some portions of
the country. Ireland will obtain
borne rule, and she ought to have it.
-I mean by that a government that
shall resemble that of our (State gov
ernment. I d.) not think that she
ought to be separated from the mo1 her
country. Any ditmemhermentof Ire
land from her re'a ion to the Imperial
Government I would resist with as
irii' i fervor and determination ss I
te ted the at cession of Sjuth Caro
) . I think, however, that this
r i iple ol local government will bs
esgcrly sought by the English,
t Scotch and the Welsh people aa it
ba - been by the Irish, and while the
Iii hnien may get it iirrt, the other
po tions of the lamily ot Ureat lldUin
will not be without the same privi
leges very long. The Irish people ex
pect to obUin very soon nunhood
anflrage and this, with the di-tteUb-liHhmnntoI
the Ohuich of England,
will biing abjut great soi ial ami pu
litical changes. 1 thii.k f e UiNi Btab
liehmsntof tie church lain the near
lutnre, and, while I regard the Cliuich
of England as the moat sgreHive
and the most atalmia of all tint de
nominations of the religious see's lu
Itetsnd, I thii.k that she would be
gnatly strengthened for good by this
separation. Eveiv agency that cun
possibly elevate the people in their
moral aud religious ro'ations ought to
have free course. W lieu 1 looked at
the popula inn of 1-omlon ami caught
a glimpse, now and then, of its lower
strata, 1 wai lost in sucb aimsumnut
that I was almost draed. There ia a
large population mere oi wincn we
bave no type here mon whoso
fathers end mothers were evidently
starved, and whoo children have
grown up a arvetl, whosa lives are of
the moat tentatl ve kind whose ex stence
Is rot onlv a s niggle, but a perpetual
fight with fa mint. I was, therefore,
not surprised to hear a lady sy, who
at next to me wben I was breakfast
ing with the Desuof Westminster aud
his wile: "Mr. Veecher, we do not
pretend to teat h in some of onr mis
ainn churches ami schools anything
ime tns ntgner principles ol religion.
Ait l oat we can ao wltb a great num.
ber o! those who attend, is to teach
them what cleaulinoM and honesty
Now we have no ucli population as
mat Here, mo Patvaltnu Army
Uolng great g oil, i uviiuve, among
mat lower strut tl tue population lu
v Of pnre God Liver Oil, with Hrno
phosphites, ia a moat valuable remedy
lur cousnuipi on, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of cdildien, colds and chronic
eoughs, and in all conditions where
there is a hiss of flesh, a leek of nerve
power and a general debility of the
Boston, Maaa., November 5. The
ce'ebration in n nnuemirtion of tbe
iouuda ion ol Harvard t'sllegc began
at noon toJ.-y. xue days exeicici-s
were contlnud to the metting of liar
vaid School. A bueineas 8iNSton wai
held at 12 oVlonk. At this conc'tiaiou
a uroctsbion ol membets of. tlieAisj
ciationard Lvittd guests msrehed to
Panders s Theater, whore Oliver wen
dell Holme?, jr., delivered a niaa erly
oration. AI er II. e literary fxwmea
the croceaeion reformed and marched
to the pymtaslum, where banquet
was spread, lomorrcw n sot apart
Wlik PbtbUls-Vtalameait of 1'by
kleiaa f Expcrlaaere Th Ad.
vantaa-ea ! toe riedmont Belt.
To the Editor of tbe Appeal :
I fend you tbe icc'osed lotter for
publication. Dr. Doyle is a piactlch g
physician of longexperiencs and large
practice, an ardent student, a laborious
woik-r, a Christian gentleman of
wt-a th and culture. The letter ia a
private one, but I thought it would be
a public benefit to spread it before
your readers, and do so without con
sulting bim. Yours, ate,
JAMES L. MARTIN.
Dr. Doyle'a LtlMr,
8oi,K. C.OotoberM, 1BM6.
Rt. J. L. Mmrtin. U. D.
Mr Dab mb I hope you will x
cuie the delay on my part in not
writing to yon rooner witb reference
to tbe adaptability of thia section to
persons ol weak lungs or who arc
threatened with phthisis. I thought
I could send you some literature on
the subject, but it baa been misplaced,
to that leave not been able, ss yet,
to send you any printed matter, on
what might be called the hygienic in
fluence of our atmosphere and cli
mate. Dr. GUchel. a celebrated
specialist on etiaeaaas of the lungs,
wrote some auie articiea on ma cuu
rrgraphy of this the "Piedmont belt"
This section, immediately south of
the Blue K'dge, varies in attitude from
one to two thousand feet. The hes
of the country varying from undu
lating to precipitous, as you know,
which gives most thorough drainage.
Our elevation givea us cool nights
during the summer s a'nn, and our
proximity tJ the Blue Ridge
protects us from much of tbe
chilling effect) of northwest winds in
winter. But tbe grea. advantage to
weak lung", 1 thiuk, ia dependent
upon the dryness of our atmosphere.
1 hat hsB been demonstrated beyond a
doubt that our atmogphi re has much
less mob tut e than prevails either
north or a inth of us. Neither are the
changes of temperature to great here
tu farther south, or across the Blue
Rjdge. But t e crowning argument,
aud hh h I think worth more than
all things else, wben taken separate
from ottieia, is, that it is extremely
rare for anyone, native to this cection,
to die of consumption. In a popula
tion e.f 12,000 or 14,000 (Oconee coun
ty) I doubt if there ia oue person in a
year that diee of consumption. Per
sors who como he re before there is
breaking down of tissue (abscess or
supination) gooerally improve in
health and strength, furiettrng that
they have ever feared bad health. It
ia true that thoy need sime medical
supeivision, especially during the first
part of their residence. 8:ime per
sons hve such conformation of the
organs of circulation and respiration
(want of equilibrium) as to make it
host for them to have a higher or low
er altitude for a residence, to secure a
greater or less atmospheric pressure,
according ti whether the heart is too
stiorg or too weak for tho condition
of the lungs.
But, as stated above, we have these
ditltrent altitudes. In a distance of
forty miles we can get any altitude we
desire, from 600 ftct tJ 400 foet above
tho sea. o. M. DOT LB.
be Beqnratlha the Wrmler Portion
of IO,Oe,00 to the Pres
New Yorc. November 5. The will
of the late Henrietta Lenox was offer
ed for probate today. It disposes of
property valued at over $.0,000,000.
After giving tho bulk ol the fortune to
le'.ativets. she makes the following be
qUBbte: To the Lenox Library, a place
ol land to Milts atretic ana iiw,enu.
the Hoard of Foreign M lesions and
he Board of Homa Misa.ona of the
Preshvterian Church of tie United
States ot America. fnO.OOO each; the
American Uiblo Homely, $Ji,uou; tue
Preshyterisn Home for Aea women,
rresi'Vlirian Uoaru ol Keiiei ior iis-
abled Mlnietma and the Widowa and
Ornhar sof Deceased Minietera, Trus
tees ol tte ucnerai AFSi-moiy oi me
Presbyterian Ohnrch of the United
btates ol Ammica for tbs nan
ef thr Presbyterian Committee
of Mis ion for Freoiimen. William
Paxtou D. D., to be used by him for
thobonuflt of tho pour of the First
rrnabyterian Uharch of Wew Y"ra,
WW 11.1 ....I l Ho Mu, Vnrk
Astoelaiion for Improvirg the Uimli-
tion t f the Poor $",0D0. t he will was
executed Jolv 2!)th. 18H1. Miss Lnox
died July 6th and tho deluy in oiloring
tho will for iirolutii was (tone in the
i."nof orevotitirs a contest. This
lat ec and nro'ests nave Deen enrereei
hv William Bnks. James I -en ox
Hanks, and lleory lenox Banks
These three heirs content the will on
tho ground that Mlsa Lnnox was not
of sound mind when the wrote the
codicils Isabella H. Katterthwaita
hIho ol-j nets to the codicil of April 27,
1B8 J. .
UENUIETTA LENOX'S WILL.
THE CBIC1G0 BEEF Ml
STILL ISSISrjNQ OX THE EIGHT
Cause aa Arm d Force to Be Depn-
Uxed, In Order to Quell Antici
Chicago, III.. November 6.- In ac
cordance with tbe order of Master
Workman Butler 1503 of tbe beef kill-
as emploved in Armour's packing
house j'dced tbe a r ker already out
in makiUK demand that their employ
ers should re-establish tbe night hour
working day. Abont ZUO men re
mained at work at Armour's beef de
partment, and ihat house is killing a
few tattle, as osutl. this morning, ihe
pork men are al at work as nual. It
is stUed that a force of Pinkerton
guards will arrive at the yards duriog
the day. Information from the stcck
yards of a reliable character indicate
that all tbe pork men will be ordered
out by the Knivhts of Labor, thus re
newing the strike for eight hours in all
its former proportions, throwing be
tween 20,000 and 25,000 men out ol
INDUCING ABMOOa'fl MIN TO 8THIXB.
At 2 o'clock thia afternoon the men
employed in the pork packing houses
were still at work. Tbe striking beel
men were endeivo ing ts induce the
200 men who are still at Armour's,
and who refused to join the others in
quit lug work, to come out One hun
dred ai.d fifty Pinkerton guards went
to the yards at 2:20 o'clock this afternoon.
DEPDTIBS SWORN IN.
Two hundred and fifty men were
sworn in as deputies by the Sharif!
this af ernoon, and will be started for
the stoi k yards at 4 o'clock th's after
noon. It was represented to the
Sheriff that tbe situati on required the
presence of an armed force to preserve
order, and calls were made on Sheriff
Hatichett to summon a p-sse and
have it in readiness f ir speedy trans
portation to Puckingtown. fiuptr-
isor t-tatlorci, ol the town oi iaie,
was among those who first asked for
thle protection. The men are armed
wiin ciuds ana revoivera, urea', cars
was erercifed in the stdec'ion of these
men. Said a depj'y: "These men had
to qualify before they were taken.
They are all citizens and voters; we
now wherd tbey live ana all about
hem ; they are neither scalawsg nor
loiters, but picked men, and we can
rely upon them every time." "Are
inkertotis men lniuu.a among
theinT" "No, air."
THE ABKANS1S BAPTISTS,
OoaveaUoa mt rorreat Cftr, Ula-
A MOAT l.ltit KAL wrt'KHl
Tub Voltaic Bui.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., odor to send their Colobrated
Voltaic Bklts and Eloctrio Appli
anccs on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphleit in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
New Aaterolda Dlaeovorod.
Boston, Mass., November 6. A ca
ble from the Association of European
Astronomers announces the d-acovery
of new aneroids (2t2 and 203) by Dr,
Palisa. The diecovery prattiona are
kb follows: No. 202. November 8J. 4h.,
8m. 22s, Greenwich nnan time, light
ascension 2h., lHm. ,61.7s ;decliuation
nortti 14. T T nmtion slow north
No. 2ti3. November od. 4h . thn , 35s,
Greenwich mean time, right aecen
sion L'h., 17m., 58.3j. ; declination 13'
40'. 3v: daiiv motion in rieht aecen
non minus 4HV in declination south 3.
ltjth are in the twelfth magnitude.
riroa(ra Drank Prarla
In her wine, and captivated Csoear
with her beauty and magnificence,
But near's in the mouth are better,
and our modern beauties may have
these if they faithfully us Sosidont
every duv. and captivate all by simply
smiling to show their nretty white
London Novembers. The steamer
"Persian Monarch." fioin New York
for liond. n, which grounded on the
breakwater at the enhance to Port
land Hoads, haa been (1 tated and bai
entered the roads. The damage
the vtsiel ia lacs than supposed.
ItOBJUBrONDBKOI Of THB APFBAL.I
Fobbkst City, Abk , Nuvember 4.
The annual convention of Arkansas
B.iptists met at the Bunt at Church to
day. It was initiated by devotional
exercises, preeid .d over by tbeKev. B.
J. uoieman, rt uauol, Ark. Alter ineBe
the convent, on was called to order by
last yeat's president, J. P. Eagle, of
Lonoke. The attendance ol delegates
was large and several prominent vit-
itora from other States were present.
The Rev. D. B. Ray, editor of the Bap-
tui Hag. represented Missouri, ana
Dr. Fiederick Howard, of the True
Baptitl, was present from Tennessee,
and Missionary Bagby, from Brazil,
Tbe Rev. M. D Earlv was Instructed
to cast the vote of the convention for
P. Eaiile. president, and John G.
Holland, secretary. Other officers
On motion two new standing com
mittees ware ordered to be appointed,
one on Home Mi-ainns. the other on
Women's Work. The regular com
mittees were announced by the Chair,
and business will open in brisk earnest
in the morning.
The convention aarmon win he
nreached tnn'oht bv aoDointment. hv
the Rev. A. B. Miller, of Little Rock,
to be followed in a speech on lira-
tiliau Miesions by Bigby.
Delegates continue to arrive on
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful f ain-Curer
the world has ever known.
' (NIWCBMNOEM TW StKACHAM at II OK TO SI
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
ErOTCriei in the Caci3le."C4l
The eyes are always in sympathy
with the body, and afford an exool-
ont index oi its condition. When
the eyes bcoomo weak, and the lids
inflamed and soro, it is an cvidonoe
that the aystom has become disordered
by Scrofula, for which Ayer'a Sar-
saparilla is the best known remedy.
Po-ofula, which nraduoed a painful In-
uummatlun in hi son. canned me inuoh
uflorina lor a number ot ymrt. Br the a l-
vioe ol a phyM-Man, 1 enmrnenoea lin
Ayer naraaenrilla. Alter uiioi Ibll meal
oliesthort uiuol was ooiopletely
M area are now In a inlendla condition
and I am aa well and atront aa ever. Mra.
William uaie, conoora. IN. U.
Fnr a nuniher of veara I wan troubled with
a humor In hit eyei, anil waa unable to ob
tain any relief until 1 commenced uilna
Ayer a eamaiiariu. lnia meaiome aai el
footed a oomplete cure, end I belters It te be
the beel ni blood parinera. u. it. unon
From ohlldheod, and until within a few
mnnea. 1 have been nSJ otd with Weak and
Bora Kyei. 1 heveun.il fnr tbele oomplninU,
wita benenoi! reiu.tn, Ayer seriaperilla,
and oonmuer in great blood puriner. airi
U. t'ntlllBi, u lover, vt.
t euflered for a year with Inflammation Is
my left eye Three uloeri formed on the
ball, depriving me of tight, and eaupini
raat oaia. After tryiae tanny other reme.
diea, t no purpone, I wai finally induoid to
uia Ayer oariapariila, ana,
ihree kottlei of thli medloine. hare been
I J u ' 1 . L 1 . i
entirety ouivu, oitmioi nni onn rv.iureu,
and there ia no elgn of inflemme'iun, lore,
or el or in my eye. Kendal I, llewea,
bugar Tree Ridge, Ohio.
My daughter, ten yean old, ill aflloted
Wltn poroimou. pure ivyr.. irarini. lav ihi
two yean ahe never iin light of any kind.
Ph'ticlani of the htgheit atandlng eierted
their eaill, but wiih no permanent unoei.
On the reoeintnenila-ton of a friend I t-ur-ehaied
a bott-eot Acer's Haraanariila, wnioh
my deuihter commencod taking. Before
. . , 1 1 . 1. . ,L1 A 1. . t . . - , .1.1.. .
IPB liau tue lui u vuiup ii. r nun. w.f
irsioreJ, and ihe c in new look iteadily at a
l . i . . I . U a . . V. . I. II - 1.
coaip et. W K. batherland, Kvangeliat,
mk. ik mi. K.
Prepared iy Dr. J. O. Ayer k Co., Lowell
Mm. eld by all Uruggieta. rrice ll.Ws
aiz bottlea, W uu.
About twenty yc-ara ago I dlacovored a little eore on my check, and the doctora pro
nonnccd it cancer. I buvc tried a number of physlclnnj, bnt without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Amoni; the nantber were one or two fiKcinlinte. The lnodlcme tncy applied
waa like fire to tbe nt, cifaiiiig mtinae pain. I f.'lw a atiitemrnt in the papers tiilmj what
8 S, S. had done (or otliera almilarty afflicted. I procnrud aouie at once. Beforo I had need
the second bottlo Hie ndghbors could notice that my cancer waa hralin-; up. My general
health had been ban for two or three rears 1 haa a hacking eotign ana epit blood contin
ually. I had a aevtre pain in my lirenxt. After taking alx bottlea of 8. 8. 8. my congb left
Die and I Krew-etnnu-r than 1 had 1h-cii for aoveral veer.. My cancer hits healed over all but
a little enol about Hie i-e of a half dime, uud It Ia rapidly disappearing. 1 would adviae
every oue with cancer lo give 8. ti. IS. a fair trial.
Mi. NA.NCY J. McCONAUGUKY, Aaho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
Feb. IS, 1888.
Bwlft'e Specific ia entirely vegetable and aecma to cure cancere by forcing out the impn
tiea from the blood. Treauae on lllood and Skin Dln-ases mailed free.
TllK BW1KT Bl'KUFIO CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Frc tit Street, flomftr ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. ,
JOHN E. RAJiDLE & COFBOFR'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Teir
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DIALERS IB
.iigliies, Bollerft, Sawmills, '
Bradford Corn and Wheat H1U
Cotton VreHH, Cotton Ulnt.
JPI'IAI. NOTICE We are prepared to 111 orden
on anon notioe. for the eelanrated Melr Pateai
Wk. Wromlii.-to Poller. We oarry in etooa over
Two Hundred Aaaorted ruaes.
tarclend for Uatalogue ana moe-uai.
SLEDGE BBOS of Coma, Mlas, F. H. SORFLEET, ReildeatFaxtaar,
SLEDGE & NOBFLEET
Koi. 8i8 and 358 Front Street Memphis Ta:
W. T nOWDKE.
S. P. BUWDRE,
wmm 3R0S.& Go
34 ami .JO '8 ad i son St., : MempliUe Tevm.
JOSEPH RaTGAKHataT. HHT.MB. JOSEPH. FADEB
FADER, FRANK & CO.
LUMBER YARD I
BrinMBYCar Woris sfflannfact'iCo
lirinkler. Ark., Maunfkotureraj of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
aatn nacag.ICBUa f
Dotra, Bask, Silas's, Dressed Flooring;, Celllnt-. IT ea titer-Boardla,
arOar eaallltlet ara anauraaaaed b any lawaalll la the Booth for fll I ig erdert prompt.
WaaawtWIiaat Biding, BUp LaaaVer and Crvnn Shlaglee apeolalty i adae. Fraaitaj
Laaaa af ilalaaeaitoaa. We make the W holeaale Builneaa a ipeeial faatare. OreWeS
aoliolted ana aromptlf Iliad.
na.114 Jefferion Street Memphis, TennetMej
i i aaawaawaawaaawaaaaw. WWam
291 Front WiTet. Oppowtte Cnwtoin IIohm.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., Hemphlai, Temn.1
hill, foSe & go.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
Ho. HO Oonth Ualn St.. Bt. TtniM.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
CO HMISUON MERCHANTS
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NOS. 8 and 10 UNION STREET, - - - MEMPITIS, TENN.
W. A. SMITH. Proprietor.
JfeS SOtTTHEBIf faTANDAKD
Jrll I Price at Faotorr. IN and
-r'f i fcJirfS ALLISON MELD COT I ON IX
Sx.-trt!? Diaoount to the Trade.TS
AVERY GIN CO.
IF. A. Smith's lat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Holler Ulna,
Plain 10-Iach Gin, and
SOI and SS Front St., Memphla, Tens
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Ticture Bail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
HQ. 225 KECONl WTItEET. .... HIB1HPHIS. TENN
KELLY, ROPER & BEILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Nat. SM Haia Street, GayM Block.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Huling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
VSr Insurance and Sacks free.
US-The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
I Best Yield. Best Sample.
TUB IMMEKBB POPULARITY OUR
IB Ktl lH IN WKAI.TH.-Da. a. 0
a A IT-, Nktb aan liaais laaaTaaar,
a goaranleed ai-eolfio for llyateria. Unit
nexa. vonTui.n-n-p, ni. wfi"i w.rw-
Eia, lleadaohe. Nerrc-a Proelration, eanaed
v th. naa of aloohol or tobaoeoi Wake-
fulneaa, Mental Uerreaalon , Be't.nlng of the
Drain, retailing In in.anltj and lea tng to
mlaerr, decay and death i Premature d
Atf. lUmnBaii. Loii ol Power in either
B'i Involnntary Loaaea and Bi.rmatir
rhea, ol- J by over-eiertion ol the brain,
aelf-abnae or ovorlndulgenee. Kaeh boa eea
taine one montl.'a treatment. II a boa, o
ata bona for 5, tent b mail prepaid, oa
r.oeti-t of orloe. we enarantce Hli Boaea
to sura any eaaa. With eaoh order reoeireit
by ua fnr ail boiei, avMimpaaied with II,
e will eend tbe purohaeer onr wrlttea
gnarartM to refund the money If the treat
ment doe' "Ot effect a core. Uueranteea
iaaued only b A. RN1UHT A UC- lraa
aiau, Memrals. teaa.
n REPUBLIC CIGARRQS
tar lui." - - -
IUt. attained, haa Indnoed unprincipled manufacturer! to plaoe on the market a baaj
ltltlon We hereby caution the public that all Genuine CMnarroa wUl bear A K.D beat
L "Jul... ...1 n,,r Cantor Nuinh.r. UOO. 8l Klatrlpl, M. .
Ihe only al long Havana filler oigar on the market tor 5 eenta.
OBO. I3. IjIBB J GO.,
Factory 800, 1 lltrict, N. Y.
FOR BALK BY-S. A. Franiloll, P. Carlla, H. J. Helater, R. Mtiater, E. Campbell k Co.
MOON & JOYKER, Vliolesale Agents,
Uto f J. fll Day A Son; Lato of M-wham it Horlorn. LaU of Bailayafc CorUtMt
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-363 Front Street Memohla Tenn
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
LAN G STAFF BUILDING,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENHT.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAIU,
DllITEJT PUMPJSr, POINTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WAU0N SCALES.
EVAPORATORS ANT) SOBQIIITM MILLS.
E. NI, APPERSON & GO.
Vhoiesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENNI
f. eM1a. JftBt HIT. laoa. Clara. e. J. CI a,.- a.
T71ioleaalct Grocer, Cotton Faetora
Anl Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Vena
Barrwm adabm ah iirrnMi,
H, tf, tAIXIT eetoaaa hlf waole time U the weighing anl eat of ail OaMea eat'
(HVtTENNOR(i TO fcV 1 a.EK). JOBBERS OF
ARMI8TEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 831 Front Street, Cor. Union, Memphi, Tenn.
JN0.8.I00F. K. L. McQOWAN. J. B.IMoTIOHI. W. 0. PATTKS0JI.
EicfioTO S Co.
875 Mala Street. Opp. Court Square, MemphiiS Tenn,
Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor
And Dealer. In Levee and Ballroaa Supplier
Wo.ST4 rront Street Memphis, Tenxieuaea