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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: MONDAY. APttTL i; 1889.
6.0C0 Kegs Stool Nails, In e-oro and en route mostly RlvereMe. W'tte
for prloes on Oar-load lots.
1,000 Barrels Sliver Moon Flour. Boat patent made.
1,000 Barrels Memphi Flour and Meal.
l.OOO Barrels Tollow Clarified and Granulated Sugar.
1.C03 Barrels Seed Potatoes.
1,0j0 Saoka Rio Ooffee.
20,000 Oases Canned Frul'o and Vegetables.
1,000 Oases 1th Mackerel, Sardines, Salmon, Etc.
100 Barrels Rloe.
tO Tierces Hams, Lard, Eto.
Will TIC FOR PllICKS.
THE OLIVER- FINNIE GROCER CO.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
S6.00 PER BARREL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
by reins tlicy niut niiswer. I preach no fatal
ism. A swarthy engineer ut one of I lie
depots in Iakota MMl "Whm will you pel
on the locomotive ami tike a ride with Us?"
W II," 1 sahl, "now if that suit you." 8o
I Rot on one Mr the locomotive, ami n
M ::i I. i minuter, who was also invited,
got on the other side, ami hi tween lis were
the engineer and the atoker. The train
atarted. The enuineer hud his hand ou the
agitated pulse of the great engine. The
tinker shoveled in the coal mil shut the door
with a loud clung. A vast plain slipped un
der us and the lulls swept hy, and Unit ureal
monster on which we mile Iremliled and
bounded and snorted and rug. d as it Inn le.l
Ui on. I said to the Methodist minister
on the other side of the loromotivc "My
brother, why should l'rcslij torians and
alvthodists tjuarrel about the decreet
ml free agency? You are that track, that
firm truck, that iron track; that is the de
cree. You sec this engineer' arm? Thai is
free agencv. How beautifully Ihey Work to
ether. They are going to take us through.
Ve could not do without the track, and w
could not do without the engineer." Kj I n
foice day by day. Work for us all to do, and
we may turn the craukof the Christian ma
chinery this way or that, for we are free
l''iits, hut there if tlio track laid sj long
go I hat no one remembers it; laid by the
band of Almighty Uod in sockets that no
terrestrial or aalauic pressure can evtrulleet.
And along that track the cur of the world's
r dimptioii will roll and roll to the (raud
central depot of the millennium. I have no
amieiy about the track. I am only afraid
Unit for our indolence (iod w ill discharge us
and get sonic other stoker and some other
engineer. The train is going through with
Ut or without us. Ho, ray brethren, watch
II the events that arc going hy. If things
aecm to turn out right, i.ivc wings to your
toy. If tilings seem to turn out wring,
throw out the anchor of faith and led I fast.
I In re is house In I , union when- l'i ter
tin- Ureal of Itnssta lived awhile when lie
was moving through the laud incognito and
In workman's dress, that lie might learn the
Wants of the H-ople. A stranger was visit
ing ill that house recently, and nw in a dark
ttic an old box, and he said to the owner of
the house, "What's In that box?" The
owner said. "I don't know; that box was
tin ie when I got the huiio and it was there
W in n my father go; it. Wehavan't hail any
Curiosity to look at it; I guess there's noth
ing in It." "Well," said the strange. "I'll
lie you two pounds for it" "Wall, done."
1 1 two pounds are iaid, and recently the
I nil! ell I of I list I n 1 W I re - lid to tllO I W of
Hussia for tSU,UUH. In it the lathing mach
in ol Peter the I. nut, his private letters
and documents of value Icyoml all monetary
consolers tkra. And bare are the events
that seem vary insignificant and MsiaaXMsr
taut, hut they incase treasure of divine
pnivldcuc and eternities of meaning which
after a while iod will demonstrate lieforc
the sgv at being of stupendous value. A
rear as I can tell fiom what I see, tlur
aim -t l a (Iod somewhere about
When Titans play iiimli. thcr pilch moun
tain; hut who owns these gigantic forces
you have been reading about the last two
months" Whi n- hami is mi the Ihrottle
Valve of the volcanoes? Whose foot sud
denly planted on the footstool makes the
continents quiver? (tod! (iod! He lookrth
tliKiti the mountains and Ihey tremble,
lie toil' belli the hills and they smoke, (iod!
Oodl I must he at peace with him.
Throned the Uud Jesus I brisl Ibis i,,kI is
mine un I he Is yours. I put the earthquake
that shook hdcstlneal the rncillilnii agnnst
all the down roc kings of the centuries. This
God on our aide, we may challenge all the
centuries of time and all the cycles of
TboM of us who are in mid-llle may well
thank ixsl diet we have seen so many won
tlrotta thing; but there are people here
t.. day that will are the Twentieth century.
Things olNCUre to ut will be plain to y.m
yet. The Twentieth century will le as far
bead of the Nineteenth as the Nineteenth
is ahead of the KikIiIcciiiIi. and s you rati-
..int, the habits and customs and ignorance
of the nasi, others will caricature this age.
home ol you may live to see the shimmer-
II I H
is. ecu the inatcr .il and the spirlt
llfied. Magnetism, a wonl with
which we rover up our ignorance, will yet
m-mi explore J realm. Kleelrlclty, the llery
courser of the sky, lhal Itcnjtniln Franklin
lis-s-.j and Morse and It' ll and Kdlann have
tried lo control, will become cotnph un
manageable, and locomotion will he swift
ened, and world of piai ileal knowledge
thrown in u u the I... . Win iber we de
part ill this century, or whether we see the
oicn gate of a more wonderful century, we
Will tee these tiling". It does not make
much difference where wu stand, but Iho
I. In r tin- staiidMilut the larger and clearer
the prosiM-ct. We, will tee them from
lb svi ii II we b i not' ce them fnuu earth.
1 was at Klre Island, .,- Island, and I
went up In the cnda from which they tele-
il bio New York toe Ui. I'll' b of Vessels
hours before they come into inirt. There It
an opening In the wall, and Ibeijieialor put
his ie lex-owe throimh that uic mux and looks
nut and sees vessels far out at sea. While I
was talking with him he went upend looked
out. He said; "We are expecting the Ari-
t.n tonight" I said: "Is it possible you
now all those vessels' Do you know them
as vou know a man's fare''' He said: " Yes,
I never make a mistake , before 1 seethe
hulks, I often know them by the masis
know them all. I have wait bed them so
long." (Mi. what a grand thing it I to have
Ships telegraphed and heralded long before
tin v iiat no in (.ii ii, i' menus may
Come down lo the wharf and web mi ' Hn ir
MM absent loved nncajF So today w
take our stand lu the welch tower and w
look off mid through the glass of inspiration
or Providence we look oll and sec w hole
llect of this coining in. This is the ship of
Peace. Hug with one slur of llethlehem float
ing ah", e the top galhilits. That is the ship
of the church, murk of it.il t wave high up on
(he smokestack, .showing .-.lie has bad rough
weather, hut the Captain of salvation com
mands her und all is well with her. The ihlp
of Heaven, mightiest cruft ever launched,
millions of passengers waiting for
millions more, prophets and spostles and
martyrs lu the cabin, conquerors at the foot
of the mast, while from the rigKing hands
are waving thit way as they knew us, and
we wine bai k uiwiii, h.r they ar in; Ihei
went out from our own liouschnltli. Ours!
Hail! Hail! Put ofT Hie black and put on
the while. Stop tolling the fuuer.il lu ll und
ring the wedding niithem. Shut up the
hearse and lake the chariot. Now, the ship
comes round the gn-at headland. Hooii she
will strike the wharf and we will go ah- .ml
her. Tears for tbii going out. Laughter for
sliiis coming in. Now site touches the v. barf.
Throw out the planks. Illock not up that
gangway w ith embracing long lost friends,
for vou will have eternity of reunion. Stand
back and give way until other millions SOSM
on. Farewell to sin. Farewell to struggle.
Fan-well to sickara. Farewell to death.
All uhoanl for Heaven!
Wn.i, be found an excellent remedv for
sick headache. Carter! Little Liver Pill.
Thousands of letters from people who liav
uiwd lb. 1. 1 tirove this fact. Try them.
P. It Haiti, New Orleans; W. McDonald,
nrlnkley; W. Kelly, llrinklry; J. A. Waki
liclil, Chicago; J. h. WixhI. ( ollilillius. Miss.,
W. W. Carter, DeSuto, Mo.; J. W. Combs,
lie. Moines, la . an at lhith s Ratal
1. N. Tbai r, Tib, O ; J. N. Albright New
York Cilv, It. II. Itsiugla. Iliruiiiigham.
Ala.; F. '.. Knnppaud wife, Meridian. Mist.;
Vernon Halter. (Imago, III., Were among
' t. nlay's arrinils at the ( lun tnloii Hutch
Mas K. W. Mcsroan, McMlnnvlellc.
Ten n ; K. K. Howard. Nashville; J. I., limine,
Miss Marie MeKlnlli and Mrs. Jciiiiiiiks.
Mnvlleld. Ky.; H.C. Yaeger, 8t luils. Mo.;
W M Krwm k-Arc, Ark.; W. K. (iihbons.
I levehiud; V. M. Col-bill, Ikillvar, and the
Hon. Libon T. Moore, Catletuburg, Ky.,
are at the Peabody.
W. H. MiKissrav, Homervllle, Tenn.; J.
V. Matthews, niklaud. Tenn ; K P AMOS.
Jr . Kansas City, Mo.; C. C. Cbipin, Hot
Spring-, Ark.; W. P. Stephens, Hbaws,
Miss.: Mrs Hire, llirmiiigliam, Ala ; J. W.
Albright, New York: II. Hlillwell and wile,
Ark Post Ark.; Mrs (. F. Mattmiller, Ark
Post. Ark : H W Cooper. lU-thanv Colb-g.'.
W. Va;l. W. Mr. Vim I iv, J. II McKl.mie,
M. McAuully. Hickory Valley, Tenn., area!
IUm iiam's I'ilui euro bilious and ner
Hryond All onipnri .n!
Ia the universal verdict of all who have
Iried our latest brand of cigars, which we
have i . j -1 rci i :ved diti i t Iroin ll.iv.iua,
rum tK MAMKLeog,
And which we en- selling as a lea.br at
the jxipular price of
S run 2.V.
A cigar aa good cannot bo had elsewhere
3 for bdr. This wo guarantee, and iuviU
connoiaavurt ol fine rigarsbi try (hem.
I. rawicijio A Co.,
The Direct luiortrr o( Memphis,
I.m-k curtain cleanrd and beautifully
finished at Memphis Steam Ijnndry, 2J4
N-coud strei-t llranrli olflce :k7 Main.
I.rr T. M. Oalhreaih. No. 10 Malison
itreel, rent Tour houses and collect your
Our rsisni, Drive Wells -nit Hms
Aro roncedwl by everylxidy to I the
!(. rricc lower than ever.
J. A. IIaii.sxy A Co..
.TW Second street, corner I'uion.
J. A. IIaii.ky A Co.,
XV Scc-iiid, corner I'nion.
Tlia Tenninaee I'aiwr ( oinpany, W. W.
Came proprietor. 'M'.i K'cond alnvt. has
loar atnriua lllloil withalmiMt everything
lu the paper line. Trioea low as any.
Joins A. Ileul
Rerrivesl two haror- load ol Scwcriiiiie
Kirv llrick and lloiler Tile, etc. i I n til
T. M. (islbrcuth, No.
rent your bourn and
10 Ma lison
ciiual to now.
Shirta a specialty. Finish
Memphis riteaui Uundiv,
street llrauch ollice, :.y.
M a. n ttriM-L
Mr. 0. A. OraTArang, who has bajM
Itl lltn Ml, ,li, flu La. 'a l..iMa 1... Ob n h
and late ol Moist A Brother, hat eonuecteil
iniiissdl with John Walsh, undertaker
:H Second alreel, wbero he will be found
In future. No man has bad mora exper
ience in the business, and none la more
Mai'D S was fifteen years old on Thursday.
Hi' .in s who nt one time trained for
Mrs. tieorge Lorillurd, will Ibis year ride for
the Pciikhcss Stable.
Wart picked un a nail while at work at
IiCxington n few days tlnoc and ha been lot
up in bcr preparstlon.
Noxciixk Is reportwl to have gone amiss,
and Kuirv QtMSn was lllghtly cut up In the
two-yeur-old race the other duy.AVu' ffrlfSSI
Han Yan. by Klnir Han, out of Hira, 1ms
hns been Sd hy W. 0, Scull v lo Capt Ld
Israel for MTtOt lit the hitler's' farm in Ken
tucky. Han Yan It n well bred liorse und
was a good racehorse.
Mat Stokn'k horses in training at Sacra
mento an' eight in number. They are Kil
dare, 4; Porn-ster, 1: I.urline, :ir Olen Kllen,
8; Crofter, 3, und tim e year olds by Milner,
Warwick and J lis Johnson.
The following horse-owners, now nt New
Orleans, will attend the llirininghum meeting
with uirt of their stables: Ku-enc Leigh, S.
M. Blown A Co., C. K, rvtUnglU, C'uinber
land Stable und J. S. Campbell.
M. YoraOi of Lexington, Ky,, hns lJ d
the services of the inni. louse Ibiplure.
Ital turc u son of u Two Thousand winner,
and is the sire of itch able sprinters a Leo
II., Itapine, Rita It and Msfssi
J. H. Ciiahk, of Sicranieiiio, Ciil., has hud
the misfortune to lot his two year old (illy,
Catharine, by Warwick out of Mischief, who
fell dead on the Sacramento track after an
exi n lslng nil lop. The Idly wu.s in the stublo
of Mutt Storm.
(iromiit Covinoton and bis brother, "The
Major," arrived nt the track yesterday morn
ing from the Kast, and went right to wmk.
During the day tieorge hud the mount on
Viking, while 'The Major" bestrode the
buck of HsiTlsl Iwtattfll slMsTHM,
MKMrius linvlng asked permission to sell
beer on the ;miims durin.- the season.
President burton has written a letter to
tho other cities of the League reiiiiiug
them to giant the permission, as it always
has been tho custom In Memphis. J'u.iri-
OHNn the six-year-old brniber to ()s-
sorv, has heen dlpo-isl ol lv the I'ukeol
Westminster for 170,000, to go to llucnos
Avres. lie was never beaten, and in Issi;
won the Two Thousand, Derby und la-ger.
In three seasons hi- w iiiiiIiil's ainouiiled to
$14i,KM. He is sired by lleiid Or out of Lily
Agnes, by Macaroni.
Tin: death is announced of M. II. Gnilzon
Monday of List week, at the a -to of sixty-
seven.. He never u cut upon the I lirl, I'llt
was oiiite a sin i-cssiiil hrcb r of thorough-
breds, having bredCbei km itc Sprinu llrook,
Sprinu llraiich, niid manv others. Mis farm,
t '.mew. i 1 1, adjoined that of Mr. Alexander
near lo spring stution. hv.
Tlia New York 7'i'wi- sivs "Jim (ir.iv's
nu ing days are over. Ho has developed into
ii roarer, mid so has hcen sent lo Mr. Iniet
slm-k farm nt Crab Orchard. Kv. (Irav has
he u .1 luirlv goml racer, and his bn-ediuit by
ten llrocck, out of hnqiiircr s duiiiilit'-r.
Alice (irav, ought to make him successful as
Disj Homo Is going to sell his horses now
racing at the New Jersey tracks ticca use he
hns another string in naming at lexington
nuinberinu about twenty-live head Hoiilg
bus been more successful in w inning money
nt the Jersey tracks than nnv owner who
has raced there since the close of the reason
lu this State. "Father'' Daly is tho next
ino-t sum Ssful.
Til Now Orleans uniforms will be some
thing odd and at the same lime prettv. Pow
ell hns received samples of the luaterisl
and the uniform will ho ready by the PN
Ingol the season. It w ill ioiii-l o! w.'ole
bn-ii hes, strip. tl inarm n and white shirts
and similar cajis, white -lockings and miiroon
and while belts. Across the lireasl will Uc
the letters N. (.
Sonar.sro, Dan McCarthy's smart chestnut
three-year-old, ha wintered w II and ihn k
cued eoiisidi riildy, thou.'h be h.i- not m iwn
very much in bight. He is lo start at Louis
vllle and laitonla before the American Derby
is run His brother. ('. II Todd, won the
American lierby In ss;, and the stable Is
con Ode n I that Morrruto will follow in his
Th Molilalia SI aide's Spokane it said to
have worked a mile a few day since in I 13,
and finished very streng. He will he rttktM
in the Derby by'Kilke, and Is considered hv
many to have a greater chance than the udils
against him would indicate. It Is claimed
lor him thai he was sick the greater pin of
last year, which would account for In, mod
crate record. Hpnrt$ma.
Tur Isim -hall srsson's iiesral lisnd,
The liys an- nu He- Pol.
And ... i. we'll ss- ihe nolde dirr
lioshlmiiilUM " i-r ihe lot.
Ami .ui we'll ms tbr miulitrflulM
An t heir Ihe hot. nul.lde Ihf feno
Vstll. "Hey, boss, what's it xtvT'
A r IB '.- RACN is flontllll! lilll to the f Heel
Ihul the Mes.rs. Dwyer are going to pn
I Murphy ll.lnti more Ihan Ikildwlii pud
bun last vear. which as IU,(t, lo ride tor
them this yrr. Philip Dwyer says Ibis is
not so; that he will not pav Murphy any
sin h exorbitant salary, bill will merely have
him at a Im-kry lo call on w lieu Taylor, w ho
will be hit chief bs key, would Is- fon-cd lo
carry loo much deail weight. He believes
In lias a pure in I n lot, und .loc.li I mil
Murphy at any MM h price at he would de
tnihd. Pirr-si so run. will have a stable of horses
Ibis year running si the prlneiial RMSMfl
i ' .,( k i bile in " nlifoml i Un. w Inti r Ie
iMiiiffht three thoniiighbreils, and intends
adding more to his siring. Hitherto In hi
lireo isvrtiriilsrlv lucky In -i-.n , wlimeit.
We call II luck for the resson that no one
could nick iiii a thorough knowledge of
hoisrs in the short bishsj ol two years whit b
lie has iM-en ra lug Probably the plunger
it tmtrt enough to know this, even though
Ihe California ssers printed his opinlous
and comments on certain horses of Ihe usy.
At all event we fancy he will And that lo
own hone Is by no mratis as inliiable as to
plav llnssc of oilier people, when lw kcl up
wild Ihe extraordinary luck he has to far el
TIik swnmnrh IHsllts A fists.
ibcs exlsli ul In s osl'irsl qtisnllijr. sod un
vlllsieil hj blla. pis) iliflr srt In Um- funeibnii ol
dlEfSlloe mi i- slmll '' Hut the Slllll- lsl sel l
nsailtiua lrnn the lushllitr "f l"f ttoaisih lo run
vrrl luoit rtrelveil by It lubi susif luuo U llie pro
dueernt nulnlenee tnd hntrthuni. which era lbs-
luwl hsmusleg s) inpn.ms of d):is-ptks. Tl best
i-sr.iillisllie Is lloslrlb-r's Hb.lliwll II p. rsr
, .t, l-f. IIO I .'I.! 'Kl'-lllSU ol .'-IS. IllS.llf
si or .itherslksllnesaiu. The Invsrlshlt neski n
Ihestomteh ill. "Ut .r tnrti - rnisnenl IsraeSt
Sn msn or woman cbnmliwllr iespsllf, slid esi
nsiiifiilli n-n ni.. fun Is- In isis i ssloii ol Hip lull
l .cure ol vlsr llnw. lie nature. Ther. lorr
On I.".'p nd rrsnlslc lb ! in. snd by to doln
pmlis't II Irom inuls'ls. llie uuisll.ni siel
set Ions mtls'llns.
W ii i t . m I "l r ol til gnwhw fmm Ihe
lliiint lo tho plainest, wrapping papr
i v-rv oiisbtv. pis'r bags all kinds, lieui,
j ut. , Max and cotton twin. . I'm lo
suit nil. Tcniiiaaee Paper Company. H.
S i olid sin id.
tnkserltee tU WW Weekly Aesl
And iiartictpate in thegrett distribution of
g'lts May I, IHHU.
I.tiio gifts, amounting to f3,:W3.50.
1'remiiinia to ugeiila, V37ft.OO.
N-nd lor suinple copies snd ngcnt'a
RKJrVrs A l icsl'leare,
UnmU) niorslns. Msrst I I
KlIHISI. Illivf. ssl SI
Wo. M M .um slrret,
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h .IHYi slltraoob l o'clock
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i athertne sn l
slti-tn.ion. Msnh .11. isw. st iai
.rorHI T M.'.t.ni, thirst son ul
ii. Isle John Mi-Uralh.
ul lunsrtl will be si . .. )
l,rr rrslUac. corns' Fourth snd
March 31. Its s
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.. . His M on i ...s slxI
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snd Uttl lus k (Aik )
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Bonn si o elook. Frliud and eaiiinbuKs
iBillrd to .it'll-.
It Makes You Hungry
i hare need P;Uue'a evicry oompounil and It
tits hnd a salutary
effect It lllvlgua
cdthonysuini and I
foot like new
man. It Improve
too apis tlte and
tlon." i. T. l orx-
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Is a unique tonic and appeUi r. i n nmvni to
the taste, qulak in Its notion, and without an
lnlurtout iiffcet, It gives tliut rilcucd heilih
wlilell iiiokisi evcO'tlllng UlsU' kukI It elll-cs
il.visVi..i i and kindnst dltordnrs, Physletoiui
pnTllxi 1U ll.wi. M. inr BA.OU. lirugguu.
Wkua Riciiaki's. h t Co., iiurllngtoii. vt.
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.'or nsyllttny ant ruler.
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I r en dealer nv lie lis. llie W. I.. Tlilila
HIoh . ulthuut name im.l nrlin sliuooed on
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V. I . IMMJOLAH. UKO0KTON, MASS.
F0K XAI.K IIY
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AUI.MH HUUIL S CO., Nil Ml Stala M,
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LOTTERY OF THE PUBLIC CHARITY!
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(irsnd Moatblv drtwlsn htU In Hi J4nrviu
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tint iniMIivlf eiei'lie l.sl l-v I uelil llftlehils
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Club list. 7s, I li-ksl. l it I'D. U. a. C'urrciirjr.
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iai VMM.- or
(0 I Vires ol IM l
1 1 nulla lo tV.tVS
in iiiu M tai
1 liy ItioiJ
40 Mm tl
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10 I'riras nl J9 "!
1W Tenn lasts ol
VKO Frtes amuiiiitlng lo V0.V0
All I'rle. miI.I ID Ike I lilt. I Male, lull isld in
tJ. a OMM f.
ol I oil! f o l tin lnnilir eiii.l I'lult
i slid re
i lb lullimlus
Ihsl ihs Ixiu
Koimlii' lZ HIVFMt. Iniervrntor
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rjrf MSBStttttl tin ll I glirll tiy sill
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tsld altty lochsins .i
ri iriislos sad s i
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rusln- snd 12 link r
links With point ol k
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WEBB & MAURY,
320 Kront St.,
CRMN AN 1 ' COMMISSION,
er sklu oat.
Eqnltible Lin;: l C mstrnctloa Co.
Tim snn tsl n.c
(I omtHinr't oAVs
IBS' I htltMt tat
l th election ol
Joss C. Ituotaa,
. 1, ; ten will 1 helil
t. Ti raOAT,
,1 11 in. su'l I FBI ,
UI tht UtassetloBsl
I .11. 1.1.
Sprtng mcdli'tne meant more now-a-dajn than It
did ton yours ago. The w intend IR8S-88 baalen
the nervit a)l fiiyd out Tho norvea must bs
strengthemsl, tho Wood purified, Uvor and
Ixiwi'te remitted. Pulno's Celery Compound
IA pe if no iIIcin. e 1iwI.ii -dis -s all this,
us nnltitug tSaJSi I'rttcriM Sf 'Aysiclaita,
Jltscsissaiitsl 6t firejipJsfs, Bmlori 6y Ali'nUMrSj
tiuaisiHtesd ly (as iianioVturvri to b
"In tliespringot lswr I was all run down. I
would get up In the limmlng Willi no tired a,
lis ting, unit vviihso weak that liiMildlianlly get
arouiul. Iliiu.'ht a hotlleot Palm 'hO Iciv t oin-
pOUQd, mid hefere I had taken It a week I felt
eerj much bolter. I can eh fullv n eomiiiond
ii I., .ui vviin neisi n iiuiidiiig upatioMroni then
lug medletuc." Mrs. Ik A. How, liurltiigloii, Vt.
LAC.TATED FCDD , ,
Memphis, : Tenn.
IHUI M ' l Ol. i.
I .null llarmuer,
I. T. Fust,
Jr. W. Alll-on,
I), f lls.t.li ,
II. I'. Crsi.-v
W. N. llrown,
Js. Lee, Jr.,
1. 8. KotiliiMin,
I. t riitit,
J. J Jenny,
froi Oala min,
Js.s.li Ui'l rr.
Ite. II. '. sue.',
). 1 e. lino,
I 1 el msB,
An In w Kcustrt,
C. r. Fsn.mnlli.
ok I'M laUEMi
I0IIK W (XXII HAS. President.
l.i. I I- II IN'.M'KM. Vl'e I'rr-i I -it
tUWAUD U0I.D3MITU. I stiller.
C.C. SCI.UK.N, AsalttlUI C.ishler
COnRIE IPOM DTCNTft.
Alliance Dank, Limited, London, Kngltnd
Chemical Natlo al Hank. : : New Yo V
v i : 1 1 v l :
30 lotn on 1 -i' .".' n avonun, north
woo t of Elmwood,
QOO lota on Idtnnlnnlppl avenuo, be
yond tho Curvo,
10 lota on Main atroot, near Rny
Any of whli'h vrn will anil on
Monthly P iyinont of from ilO to
(iHO Whan n lot haa boon paid for
In full, ir thn purohitaor ho doslron
we Will build for hltn a homo on
nald lo', raoolvlna; Monthly Pity
tuant i In nottlomont fo.' tho nunio.
This plan of trotting a homo !
bottor thin hy bull llnir aanola
tlona or any oth ir plan. You have
to lakn no atook; you hnva no cor
poration to d -al with; y u t tltlo
to lot at onoo, and can a '11 at any
I Into, aubji ot to amount of pur
ohnaa munny unpaid.
Wa tmvn n ild ovor 30O htinioa on
m 'lit lily paymanta Apply to
BARTON & LAMB.
19 Madison St.. Memphis. Tenn.
00L0 MEDAL, PsSIB. 1878.
Warrant. I rt'-aowf. Iff ftir
f 'ttrml, fi 'lB aM(MtWM4ff
ini Um I- nMrttstl, Ii titta m-
tktrn I A raw tt ftW ttrtnftk 4
t'li -tt iatlto'1 with Maiih. ArTwW
r.-et . r Mi. af himI ilnrrf t ft
pjjajp tisVsfriM al. rt1f hithm
ivaW m (fai It i ttsrikr ,
l.ln, alrrftfltliatiiitf. 'aailjr
ari ! iMialJt- a l.l4
Kwld l.t l.iiMratirjhfr
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF FARMS & WYLIE, DEC D.
. Ilffr "d lor lMl al Ohloli. I on.
Will Sell or llent In ronneiimn lit. MiirMimsse
Bad Uisjsnl lli.ldciM 1 his Mum It lb ll .Isiel
I Iti tosiu, cornsi Msln snd Front .ir. et.. Itespni.al
Ms paIf esn secure bargain on es.x let 10 In the
I rs,'.ll gr.iwlnt town ol iit.loii, Ttun , hy siilln
IB tl. a H.IUW.1, Adm uoiinl'.r.
k for Sa c
EVERY SATURDAY I WILL GIVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STEM-WINDING WATCH.
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods Entitl d to.-, dunce.
My gootla are first, class in every respect and I guarantee every piece that leavoi my estab
lishment. Yet tlipy will be solu at the very lowfst prices.
No. JJOl Main
Orgill Bros. & Co
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
Wo Cordially Invito Our Pritrons and tho Trade Oeaornlly to Call aril
Exnmliio Our Oomploto Btock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Every Description, Which Wo Offer at LOWEST MARKET Price
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
ORGILL BROS. & CO, 310-312
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 & 398 MAIN STREET, - - MFMPHIS, TENN.
W 1 1 o le e a 1 e II a r d. ware
titovoa and Tinware), Oun-, Outlary, Farm Implomouts of All
Kinds, Itallioiid Oontraotors' Supplloj.
W1C I.KAD IN I,uV I'll It I B OTHBKsT JTOLLOW. Country Men liaiit Will Never
Know Bottom Prices Unless They tint Our Quotations.
Southern A u its for Banner Cotton and Corn Planters. Camp
boll Corn and Fertilizer Drill.
Avciy and Kentucky Pluwt, I Uowlaw Cotton Planter,
Sulky Plows and Stalk Cuttert, Horsa Collars and Hamei,
It . lei and Plain Wire, I Blind and Hiding Undies,
Handled Hoes and Kye Hoet. I Celel rated IXL A.'t.
r r t In' Nees( Sti Irs, for lirce Af-.'irliiieiil,
a Utility to I..1111I1111. for 1 ine Ilaineis, iiij;le
Go to W. S. Bruce
U. f. I.KMSIOSJ,
LemmoD A Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GEHTLEIEfl'S FURMSfllUG GOODS,
Mo. 320 and 328 Main Sfraet, Momphla, Tenn.
R. I. HI
M. GAVIN & GO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS COHON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MEIIOHANTS.
Nos. 732 and 234. l;ront Street, Memphis, Tennessee
HKTerrrsi auaxs awn jarraJutoa.
Mr. L R. BAINtY devote lilt wbul Um to Ihs weialitng and salt of OOTfOaT
to our clisri. (.'utksa WarshuuM, a Wathnujioa ttml.
a W. n.T.
r. a hki'.rdh.
FLY, HERRON & IIOBSON.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
No. S22 tnd 324 Front Street Memnbls. Tena
N0S. 302 and 304 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS, TENN.
she pR VALUE CIGARS
TUB BSHT ON TUB OLODB
JRj. Tj. MOSELEY
333 Main Streot. -
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
Siivot, : : : Memphis, Tenn.
l auui reoaivo
FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
(Poul'lo ami K ngle),
All flrylea. Ail Klnda
for llio i ry
Ke.t Oiiallty, for All ,Ktyle from
or I'O'ilce, for the My-i lies onubl. 1 ricis,
Si Co., Monroe Street
w. r. .u i i n,
: .11. j.
n i -K I MO
It .1 ...V
TO os. n. Aitt
Fine CANDIES froith dally. Nnv
Itlos In Don Dons, Chocolates. Ex
tra Flno Caramoln, Buttercups, Eto,
Fancy Baskets to order Suitable for
prosonta. FLOYD & MOON bY.
I t K B (' N I'M.
&C CO. SOLE
a aasalaaaatla Sal - -Saaal