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SILVER MOON BAKING POWDERS
This "Silvor Mooa" Baking Powder, which haa been manu
factured by us and used In our Eotatl Department for bo many
years before Belling out that Department, is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powder Material, In which
no Alum or any injurious substance whatever is used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
IS-IT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AS.
GOOD AS ANY, AND WB KNOW IT IS PUItE.
Buy It From Your Own Grocer. We Sell at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIYER-FINNIE GROCER COMPLY.
SILVER MOON FLOU
$6.00 PER BARREL.
NEW ROE HERRING,
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
May 0 ia the date llxod for tho German
The polii'o wore paid oIT yesterday and
the boy were "Hush."
Kireuien are wondering which of thom
will get the order to take rest.
Tho city authorities are enforcing tho
- sanitary regulations vigorously.
The repairs on the IMoyno School
building are noaring completion.
Whoso head is going to fall in the bisk
ft? was the question in police circles yes
terday. Court Siunre is half surrounded w ith
linrd brick piled up in readiness to pave
the streets in that vicinity.
Mrs. Frankio Itonton, tho lady arrested
for being a lunatic, was turned over to tho
proer authorities yesterday.
Mr. Mi'iich Finney, brother of tho busi
ness wnnajret of the defunct Jnbuns, took
lii departure on Wednesday.
At yesterday's session of President II.nl.
uon s lourt tliu gambliugdiouses conlriu
uiea fizy to the city s treasury.
The cold wave, advertised by Weather
i-ropnei ureeiy, nusaea connections auJ
was delayed in reaching this city.
Councilman James I-eo and Mr. J. C.
Jobnson were nntilled to put down side-
wulk in front of their premises yesterday,
The sidewalk in front of the burned
Neely building lias been cleared of debris
in oliedience 10 orders from tho local au
IMective Pryde restorduy recovered tho
watch stolen Ly ii. it. Allen, the Vlek-
burg fugitive, from It. Uirtacby, a Main
( reel jeweler.
Rock for navinir mirnosc in rnmino- Intn
"Jie city from many direction. Cotnpctont
ju.igi-s pronoun.- the l.ltllo Kock granite
superior 10 ail others.
The Indies of the Cumberland J'resbyto-
nan Church, of Chelsea, gnvo benn-bng
psny nisi nigiii ai me n-snlonco ol Mrs. i".
1'. Iaker, .No. ml Nxsmd street, G'nelsea,
M. T. Taylor, on belialf of 8. llookerand
II. It. (. lark to., has instituted suit in
Jltiflieys court niinat the Ixxiisrillo A
Nnslmllo llnilroa I for damages for
me Killing 01 tome sloe K.
Tit. 41H and 418 HhL'lliy street, owned
by tins llluiM, and occupied by J. Reiser
an s shoo shop, was diuaKvd by Ore at tf
o'rliN'k lout night to the extent of $0U
The origin of the fire la not known.
"Consistency may bo jewel," Mi I an
irate ieniK-n ol Chelsea, "hut when I am
lurnuilied water tliat is tho consistence
and color of New Orlesns molasses, J can-
not see wnero tno Jewel part comes in 1L
The pollco have been instructed to si
rest ( 'buries W. 1 In), who i charged with
collecting uiom-y on aorlhli-ss drafts. W.
1'. rinlier, a drummer, was locked up on
suspicion of having spirited Mill out ol tlio
A fire broke out snntig some bed
clothes in rom occupied by Walter
1'ope and John Miller, in tho lioylo build
ing on Main rilreel, Is-lwecn Main
aud Second, yesterday morning about 11
o'clock, but was rtluigtiiiihed before any
material damage was doue. l'iro was
discovered in tho Mine place about 4
o'clock and resulted in the destruction of
a leather bed. No. ft hu carriage broke
an axle in responding lo tho llntt alarm.
Wl.llo tho steamer James 1-eo was lying
St llrec kini-idgo, Mum., Wednesday niglit
two of bur dock crew, Kelix Thomas and
(tovernor Allen, both colored, liocamn in
volved in a ditlieiiltr, terminating in Allen
knocking Thomai Joan with stick of
wood. The blow rendered biin senseless,
but when he recovered ho plungml a knife
into Allen's side. Thomas was arretted
Uion tho arrival of tho lvnt at this x.rt
yenti-rduy morning and w. II be cjsminol
Ly Commissioner C'lough I kin nioriiiog.
UfftUt All f MHirllMl
Is the universal erdirt of all who lisvo
tried our Intent brand of riutirs, wlilch we
have ust receivod direct from Havana,
rxoR di sKt.o,
And which we are telling us a leader at
the popular price of
2 i on 2.V. m
A clear a eood ruuiiot be bad clwjuliere
3 for 5oc This wo guarnutw, and invite
connoisseurs of flue cigar to try them.
I. hAWSI SOW A Co.,
Tho Direct Imortcrs of llooipliia.
Tfce sl lrrl of th. ., Ml. r., M.
(t U. Mallraaal.
Ksw York, April 4. The rrortof tho
Clilrngo, 81. Tsui, Minuenols A Omaha
Rood for tho year ending iK-ceinU r 31,
IRSfl. was Issued today. It ahows irmao
fsniingstd,4li,13H, a dcn.Ho of S-l,
734 as comitarml with (lie preceding your,
fxpensns t4.V4H,lft7, an Increase of U,.
544; not earnings !,;(;2,1)Ml, adecreato of
I.At a enrtains cleaned and Usntlfully
HuUhel nt Memidiia Meaui Laundry, Mi
becoud itrvcU jlnuuli otllce J0 Main.
Mrt. S. P. AsnntioN.of Jackson, Tonn.,
is vi.uung nor parunw, Mi. and Mrs. L
ihitoiui on Chungo yesterday: It. H.
Gates, Jackson, Tcnn.; J. K. Cvinifton.
New lork; Miss I ura Wiggs, city; Mihs
Virginia Wiggs, Little Roik; Miss lun
laylor, Sliba Lutio luylor, city.
Idt-ritKHIDKNT M. J. O'lllllKX, of the
Southern Kxpress Company, is in tho cily
on business for tho corporation of which
lie is now tho general manager. His manv
friends congrutuluto him on bis deserved
JOHN T. OOODB.
Death of One of the Most Popular and
Estsemed Cltlsens of Memphis.
A multitu.Io of friends, not only in
Mowphis, but in ttio Stato round;dout,
will Ijo deeply grieved to luarn of the
death, at Hot Springs, at 0:30 o'clock last
evening, of John F. Goodo, traveling
representative for C J. Semmco A Co.
Mr. Goodo was ouo of the most delightful
of men. He was everybody's friend and
everybody was his. His qualities
of Lead and heart commended
him everywhere. Kindly, generous,
genial, he was always wolcoinod. His war
record was eloquent of bis crsonul cour
age Ho enlisted in Kloncwall Jackson's
brigade in IStd, when but a youth of sev
enteen, serving with him nntil bis death,
and sulweouently continuing with the
Army of irginia until the close of the
war. Yt hlle with the immortal Jackson
bo received two wounds and afterward
another, but each lime, Uiou recov
ery, ho returned to tho held. II at
tained the rank of Lieutenant Ho
was alMiit lorty-flvo years of ago at
the limn of Ins dcMh, his birth-placo
ueing a men, n. j. no wss connected hy
blood with mnny dislinKuiahcd families in
roum Uirolins, irgmi and Alabama.
lie enjoyed s wide lame as an amateur
sportsman, being regarded as an authority
in me sHris oi inn lurl. Held and main.
He came to Memphis aWit five rears sgo,
aud has Ix-en connected Willi it. J.
Semmes A Co. nearly tho whole of that
period. In business he was ts successful
a in sociul lifo he was charming. The
members ol the linn feel a sense of great
personal and husuiens Iom In his death.
Amnrlg bis surviving near relatives am bis
uncle, Col. Mierrod, of Alabama, and bis
mother, who is now living at Minden,
His death was sudden, due to par
olyMa, consequent upon an Iniurv reo-ived
in a railroad accident two years sgo. His
body, by direction o( tho llrm, has been
embalmed and will be brought to Mem-
plus for interment. As tho Held of his
employment extended throughout tho
Went and (South, the circlo of his sc-iualnl-
ance was uniisualW extensive sn.l. so
great was bis iKipulurity. that the news of
nis untimely dentil will In) receivod as a
personal sorrow by liuudroils who knew
him only to love linn.
BAN FROM TUB WKONO MAN.
Deputy Bhaiitr Murphy's Chase After a
William Ilell, (ho negro who sasaultod
C. . Cullon, s South Memphis irrocur.
Willi a pintol several davs ago, was bound
over to tho Criminal Court yesterday by
pquiro uarvin. Alter court ilell got Dep
uty ShorilT Murphy to oivompany him to
Joe Manclul's nloon on Madison street,
saying that gentleman would go bis bond.
This Mr. Mam-ini declined to do. and
Murphy started to lull with bis
Ju-itafh-r stepping out of the door the
ni-gro, who wns handcuffed, broko and ran
thiough the alley lo Monroe strait. Mur
phy gave cJiomo and raptun-d tho fugitive
in ino rear oi Jones ft tnrrcsfs sisble.
During Iho run Ilia olller Ian filw.i.
in tho air to frighten the negro.
A lrxM-rale Mnlrlo.
Lars Mxixm k:, Ind.. Anril 4 It.
K. Iird, caplain of the sleamer W. IL
McKeen, rowwl to tho middto of the hike.
anchored his boat, tied s heavy pieco of
iron iu in irg, sioniie-i iiimw-ll with s ra
r snd umd overboard iu riglity-flve
feet of water. Tlio Iwdv was recuVL-n d.
Row Wlthrnnnnn. Msnsrrr Mtiinaf R.tn. r,.n,l
Lilt A I. Hi. II. Nr V.irk. Ullba N.i I. Uli.
oil tllMri, M.llibU. 1 VII II.
Accept thsnka for S. rmn
mil the day it was du, on poll" J upon lifo
vi m j miiHT, a. u. ininnis. a iso for your
A Iso for 1
kinilnesa in ottering an advani
of toOO, as la the rule of your comoan v. lo
sy immediate neceili. Your comiiany
as uot given me an tmnl.l.. i.i.......
sil l I take pleasuro in
others wanting life insuraiic. from H.a
Ifw rates it charvus and from ll torn, lit
of tho mit prominent LiMineo m..n ,(
Memphis whom 1 see have Uken policies
with you. Cassis J. Cocas.
Alvuipliis, Taun., March 10, 1 is J,
A HAPPY DETECTIVE.
CAPTCBED HI3 MAN APTBB AN EIUHT
Capt. W. t Overton, of Columbia, Brings
In Manuel Johnson, Colored, Charged
With Murder The Officer's Well-
W. I. Overton, of Columbia,
manager of the Southern As-
l'eleetivo Aconcv at thni nin.m
brought in hut niglit a negro named Man
uel Johnson, who u chnrired with a mnr.
dor committod at Campbell Station. Touu
Onnt f. r..!.. 1. i . .
v..,.., viviiuu la Boiiicwnat nimouR as a
detective, having arrestod tho notorious
Dick Little, the Musclo Shouls bandit
who robbed ruymnster Smith, aud the
equally notorious Dill Ryan, who partici-
paiou in mo Uloudule robbery. Those
mon belonged to tho Juiues "gang, and
these arrests wore tho entering wedge that
broko up the gnng.
Capt Overton has been on tho trail of
Johnson for a long time and has finally
succeeded in bagging his game. "Ho is
pne nigger 1 wunted and was bound to
have, u.iiJ Capt Overton to an Ati-xal
reporter. "I hiivo been after him a long
tnuo. I mado a trip to Missouri in UMi
I havo mado a number of trijw to Arkan
sas for him, but some ono always posted
him nud got him out of tho way. Ho was
either in a dugout hid in tho swamps or in
a canebrako. This time I slipped in on
him and secured him before any one knew
who I was. Ho was working this
year for Mr. l Smith, tiinhtoon miles
west, of Osceola. He lias worked
hero and there for anvnml
Tho crime? That was committoH in
1HK0. Johnson was a section band, and
ix.iug orucreu one uay by tho lorcman to
do some work ho retimed. Tim t.
told him to come in and get his time and
leave lllO roud if lie refused tOolwv nnlura
JohiiHon went home and get his pistol, and
returning killed tho foreman. He was
convicted of murder in tho second degree
nud sentenced to twenty years.
"Whilo an appeal was jeiiling thero oc
curred an election fur Mi (trill' flint urns
quite hotly contested. The friends of ono
of tho candidates, in order to court favor
with tho colored voters, fixed up aJl.OtK)
mmu lor nun ana nad him liberated. Tho
othor side, feeling the ctlccta of this stroke
Ol Kllcy, ruil tho neirrooirand then raiuul
a storm about ex-convieis lMim l.nilo.l ...i
of tho prisons to help tho first sido. that
me uibies woro turned and tho men who
mado the Ixmd weia ilefeiite,!. Thnm u
a naw in tlio bond, however, and it never
ivuwHruf noi nnir. J Hern was a m.
l - l. . . M.I
warlofi:'iilW.edf()r a whilo bv the
liondsinen. fturwhen thev foun.l tln.v ,1..
II, IMIf W I
not nave to lose anything they withdrew
i no oner, i nave siicnt lout of
him and am ulad 1 vo got him. Thero am
seventeen witnesses, oil whito but ono,
and they are every ono alive. His case is a
. If 1 T..1 .t
w "inline, joiuimm. me prisoner. s ni.
uiuui sixed darky, alxjiit llfty years old
comiMiclly built aud well preservol. Ho
was uruKseu in I lie ordinary rural Sunday
sun oi me colored mun sod was sinaru-nu.1
lip a bit extra by his goo.i wife before
leaving, a lacl which shone conspicuously
in theamplitudoof bisimninculnie-l.il.,1''
sinrt, w inch g 1 tcned in Uie gaslight Ho
was jMjrfcctly at sea and apparently hopo
less. To an Al'I'EtL reiHirter'a lntirrornlr.rta
no repueu: -iy name is ilanuel John
son. l am about lortv-ciuht Years nl.l.
was arrested in Miiwisinnl Countv. Ark
bv twociliams, nstiu-l itrim Kinney and
.Murt llulluway. They were deputised to
arrcni mo. llie man I kl tod waa nnini.l
.nr. jonn iiooih, srH-tion foreman. I
was working under biin on thn mil PfUlll
sua one usv no sent me out to m-t
oui a ling, u lien J rsmo bock be told
me to tighten sumo nuts, snd I bid no
w relicli lo do It with, lie said 1 bad nlLl
over a wrem n on my way to set out the
nag around tuo curve. I told him 1 had
nolgono that far. and bo cursed ami
abused mo. Afterward he runhed at mo
and lumiied on me and I killod him. I
shot him with a pistol. I only shot him
ono i was arremed and sentenced to
iweuiy years. iy casn was spiM-alod and
I got out under f I.Oimj boinL 1 jiimiHid
my bond and left the county. Tho killing
was ai uamnis-irs Million, twelve
miles from Columbia. W hen I li ft I
waiKixi 10 lonntii, anss., llun paid my
way to Memphis. 1 mat a man hero
named Jack Collier, who knew nm. and
be was getting up bamls lo pick cotton fur
siaj. rerKiison and l lured to him. I
worked live years for Mai. Fcrirum and
two years lor his brother-in-law. My wife
and childien came to mo there. I hsvo
four children, my vounin-st is four w-ki
I'M I was aoired all tho time that I
was there and expech-d that Uiey would
co mo and pel inn all the time, and I
I out not long ago, and was only a
renter, lea, it is bad on Ino to lisvo
to leave my family now. I don't
know what they will do with mo. Tho
railroads are aKaiiisl me, and they are
making tho Unlit to convict mo. The
whilo citixens thero are my friends, aud
win uo wuai uiey can lor hhi."
Tax Collectors KnoounUrlnar
The poll tax colloelors are meeting with
much difliculty in collecting the tax in tho
Fourteenth District, south of Madison
slriMil. As ssscrlcd by Justice liarvln, in
a secli before the County Court advo
cating tho customary 50 cents additional
coniH.-nsution for collectors of this tax, tho
poll books aro in a sad plight. Thero are
many infants, ladies, people ovcra.ro, and,
In sumo iuslaiicuH, dogs enrolled, and many
mythical pcoplo are found in the list w hom
nolKxiy knows or bus ever heiud of. Tlio
aiwcsmiieut was msdo by Deputy M. V.
Nnilh, who wss acting t AsM-soor C. I
Smith. Tho deputy eved 6 c-iii for
racb Dame enrolled, aud bis lax lii-lhoiU
havecimt the county a considerable sum
over thu amount winch should bsvn
paid hiui. An i-llorl will liouiado to have
the excess refiilldml.
TUf UOWt WSTirUTE.
Election of Trustses and Ornears-An
other Legacy In Litigation.
Tlio annual meeting of tho tin flees and
lii-orKtratorsif the .Memphis Ruptist iiiblo
aud Normal Jnstitulo Was held at the
Howe building, conn r of Wellington and
Frs.irr strrts, Wednesdsy. The follow
ing persons worn elected niembets of the
TrusU-c Hoard for three yesrs: A.L. Rlut k,
Milun, Tenn.; Jss. Smith, Hrownsvllle,
Tcnn.; T. IL tiuylon, New Albsny, MiM.;
Jus. T. Csrnes and ('. Fisher, of Metniihis.
J. L. (iurdon and Jss. Robinson, of
Memphis, were also elotted for two years
to fill vaesuiins. . A. Hrlnkley. It.
N. Couiiteo and M. Msyo, of Mom-
phis. Tenn., were aWted, rtectlvelv,
president, aecreisry slid tressuror, - if r.
I'harlea Howv. of Weiiuna. ill., vounwsl
son of Mr. IVlsr Howe, the lounder d llio
school, wss ri"iit snd tipri-SMtl liimu-lf
as Inglily grntiiiei witrt lie workings ol
the school. J h Poaid wiu ir wry gisto-
iui to any oi mo ciuwns of Memphis who
will aid the lustituto by a donation of ono
or more books tq aid in t,0 aceumulation
of library. Uooks of reference are capo
dally solicited. 'Matters of special Import
aneo were transacted. Socretarv Countee
will go to Illinois next Monday to attend
to some litigation over tho will of Lemuel
Lester, of Koudall Count v, in that State
Mr. Ustor recently died Und led tho insti
tute Ki.500, and tho natural heirs arc con
testing the will.
TtESK AND COMPREHENSIVE.
What Mayor Jaoob Thinks of the Fu
ture of Memphis.
Mayor Jacobs, of Ixuinvillc, besides bo
lng a gentleman of distinguished appear
ance and elegant manners,' has tho fac
ulty of condensing a grout many facts into
aory small compass. An Aim-em. re
porter had tho plousuie of an introduction
to him yesterday, and after tho usual pre
liminaries, propounded to him tho time-
honored chestnut, without
which no visiter of distinction
to leave Memphis:
"What do you tluuk of tho futuro of
" ith her railroads and s
750,000 bales of cotton venrly
poets of a million, I don t think thero can
be any doubt of the futuro greatness of
.Memphis, was tho uromnt ren v. Mavor
i i. i i i. i
iicou iiua a very level head.
TH1 WHITE ELEPHANT AGAIN.
Another Cutting? Borapo Brings It Into
Lugcn Johnson (colored) waa danger
ously cut In tho loft sido by Win. Murphy,
uiso colored, at tho Vi into Kleplmnt, No.
200 rront street about 1:110 o'clock this
morning. Johnson was trying to separate
Murphy and another negro who woro
fighting, when the former turned upon
nun ana piungca the knito Into his body,
Aleck Stevens, proprietor of tho establish-
uiont, arrestod Murphy and held him
until 1'atmlman Hilton arrived. Tho cut
IS about four inches lomr and tlir.Ni
inches deep, iho wounded man was
sent to the hospital for treatment
Klrngallag With the Problem.
Nxwioug, April 4. No meoting has
beon called this woek cither of tho North
ern Pacific directors or tho KxecutivoCom
mittee, but some of tho ollicials of tho
Northern 1 acillo aro still stniL-L-litu with
tho knotty problems in tho Wisconsin
lentral proxition. Chairman Rolsrt
Iiurris, of tho Northern l'liciHe, left for
lloston to confer w ith tho Union l'liciHe
people in regard to the Oregon Navigation
Tbi W snm'i l.irkssn.
The membors oi tho Women's Exchange
will hold their regular monthly meeting
this morning at 10 o'clock, at tho Lx
change, Hlvrr Telegrams.
WrtKfl.INO. W. V.. April 4-IUver 15 fuel
liii-lm siul rl.lns. w ,tli-r lmi.ly.
I'l lTslit nu, ., April 4 -kivi-r Iw-l 10 Inches
sod sutlnnarr. W.siiliw clmi.ly snd muL
KKWUIII.KANM, I. April 4.-W.ihrr rl.nr
sml plisiuiil. ArrlTid. lu of Union Kuurc, M.
KVANSVIM.K. In.l , April 4 -nivr IS hfi
Inrlirs und Inllint. Wntilur rmr. Mtlil-ltlivr
12 l.-l 7 liirln. au J fsJinis. W milivr ilt.r.
riNriNNATI.il.. April 4.-ltlvrr l Irrt t Inrlirs
n.1 riln. Wrailu-r rir. T ln-riniiiiu-n-r 4tfJ
Nli.-hlr-Rli-r 10 hvi b Incurs slid firing. Wcsllirr
HT. rofK Uo.. April 4-ItlTtr 14 lH sml rl
Ins. Wrmlivr elrnr sml wsrin. Arrlvnl. f'lijr f
l'nvlili-nn. Nm. licr; l In r..kx. Vliuinlita. Is
iwrti-d. Kiilnrv ( Ky. N- orlwtns.
I.OUIHVILI.K. Kr.. April 4 -Klr. r .(.llnnnrr.
with fwl k Iik Ih-soo ilir lalla. and 7 hi i 7 Im lm
In lliorslial. WmiiIioi . lur suit ro.il. IViMirtl:
lin. k- hlsli". M-oiPmI M.hl-llUrr fni,,
Willi 4 IrH 4 lii.-ho. na Hh- falls, and 1 loot 4 IikIm
ininrrsnsi. nniinvr cisnr sml r-iol.
CM 110. III.. April 4.-llrrr ;fo.-l S Inrlics su-l
iMiiiiiii. n t-Miiirr rirsr biio mii-i. Arrm--1; (ins
IU-SUU-, I llH IIiuslli Ark"u I IIT. Ml. liuli, I iljr
oi Yii'iMtunc, .aii-iii't: oiihii'ii lotu. jt-w lirh-sna,
Olilii, M-inpliU. Ix j-ru-.! lira-ill kuik, lrni.
lll. AtkTi-n. I'llr. Nali ho: Illy of VI- V.l-tifv,
1. uilill. Mlil KlVfr IS li-rl sml -alliilisr
Wi-nllit-r rlrar alel t-oul.
Is-partrd. tiuUu li
ajiti Ulilu, I'liirliilialL
Wo ate going 16 make Frldsv and Sat
urday bright particular days. The Ix-st
bargains ol thn week will bo ottered reli
giously and only on those days.
200 choice trimmed Hats and Itoniiets.
worth f 10, f 12 and f I V Friday aud Sulur-
day's price will be f-i
$7.50 will bur a f 12..V) Dress.
$10 will buy an I'n-s.
l0c w ill buy $l.(i0 llluck Silk.
4a I'rUsy um4 Malwrslay
50c will ntr
Your choice of thousands Nobby, Stylish,
New l ntrimiried Hats, I apolca. Tuques,
worth 1 1.00, and selling elsewhere at
FjicIi and every express brings us
NF.W LAC EM,
All our Monday barins n-shown
Hlll l II -Al iMl.ln-. Nil M
I lrHo alrrl,
l k ft i'Iim h,
Ira Sli'l all
Ulll-la lini. Ii.
t rl- iida ol ilia
Tloirxlai umr-iliic, April ll- 'i.
Ksriosiis Slilua. a. I (Mil
UiwiiUm, )oussa)l sa ul oi- and
ronaral Kill uka -u fr-.na
(KfllPA V) sarflil.is al Uurl-s;S.
lamlly luvIM la sursj.l
MITl'lll'l.l.-AlliU rnll.-nr. lo. in Milium
ln-l. fhumUr ali-tii--.il April 4, Psi, H a
ml." k. h.iskai LiMiii toil aj-l l. II) t-l(lil J.ara.
Illiiuurlila, Aia.. bapi ia i-'ii )
Hrmslnrwill Wuk-n In lluiil-liMr. Ala.. ov-r
II" Mtnnpliia A ClwrlsaUiu l.iln.a-l, l liilutmriil.
tl-lsirMIPAYiSTaionicsl I ' I. . !.. k. -
1-OIMaK MM II r S
K I.IK lIIHJ Vn IV K "I I-
Sill iiinil In la 1 1 Klli i . r h. lis at 1
rirt-niana Mall, nir-i nl I a
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rOR APRIL NOW KfcADr.
AM K( I I STIIIC 11. i-i v, 1 I,, I 1. ii ia MaiUKl.
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' APItIL 5; 1889.
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WHOSE MOTHCN USES
Wolffs ACME Ming
OimoI tS enmlrtaT mtviihoiHllhs)TS)srTtJFnfwth
UMufwtei.lt a tus) aiuMl uismsv Mod wtii s1tvi pbitti
'THK BLACHINO MOTHCR UtCD."
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
Tl Bast niaoUua for Man. Wanaa aud ChUdran.
1-iiu awcjrsuncjaa v- tiim
A K-Wfillftcaml Aiaa.lartl I'ot-alai Mrlitl I'Mliasua
Uia l.rn-raol VomUi. rrfna4urrlriliitkiaroiis
and I'hralral ltablllty, Inil-arlllrsul liar llloud.
ItMaullint Iras) rnllv. kf. Isnorasra. kn
I'vartalalloa. Rnarrallhff aa. apSionf lha slcllai
for W ink, liualaias, lha ilarikd or H lal HrUikia.
Aruld nnakPltil rrtea.lata IS-MfSM IliM frral
W-uk. It c-nlalna Sun parra, rnaal Kvo. Ilrautltaf
ISnlmt, fsnlioaaad. full sill, f'rt . oaly I so by
saall. Kat pal4. SfSMvalad la plala rapr. Jll-ia.
Inilta rma.rina Srao, If iua apply -. I ks
SiMH-ralih-l aniktir, Ws. II. fail", M P.. ra.
n-lnTlha OOLO k)D JIWILLkO Ml OAl.
from Ma Niilonnl Madioal Aaaocialion,
tnr thm P-Ilt tSSAV en MlSVOOO and
PHYSICAL DtBILITV. Iflarkr and a -it
vl AaaMaiit I'hrslalana a Is) anMiiliad. auuR.
drnllallr, .y anll or In rra-in, M IK- arSra of
1IIK f-r 4MHIV MrllM'AI. IJHTI1I TK.
ha.4 tt)1flm-h Kl., ralnn. Maaa., lurh-inali
xirra for h-Mika at latian fvf adtlas alnisul ks
tiraciad as auuva.
Cures Colds, C.l.rrh. Cslsrrh.l Dsafnrst,
Mionehiils snd Asihms.
frloMlou u,,. , y , , , f
, A-lajlalaiaraj t Uhalaiiati.
la .rnn jja, our Canh.u,,,,! Trsalmriil
lbliur fchonld AI- 1st lac-t
frl'Sk i no I lira.
,7Z' 77". '. mala this
K " "' i ion r4 mi -..iui- .1.
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niiflat Oallat a4d,a-
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.
rra HiiTRr.i.T, Mrarms. y icsjw.
(ovick a u. w. iiodwim s stohs
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EVERY SATURDAY I WILL GIVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STE1I WINDIN0 WATCH.
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods Entithd to a Chance.
My goods are first c!as.i In every respect, and I guarantee every piece that leaves my estab
lishmont Yet thwy will be Bold at the very lowest prices.
No. 0O1 Main Street, : : : Memphis, Term.
.ur Orders Is ttiaU rogUvsj asuss atUnUoa a la p.rsju.jL
Orgill Bros. & Cov
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
W Oorilloni Invito Our rlron. nd th. Trna. QuiuriUy to oH ail
Esaiulni. Our Complei, btock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS '
Of Every Description, Which Wo Offer .aft LOWEST MARKET Prlooi
BARB AWD PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
ORGILL BROS. & CO., 310 312 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TERN
334 4 398 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
Btovoa and Tlnwaro, Oum, Outlary, Farm Imploraoiita of AU
Kinds, Hallioad Oontraotora Buppliei.
WK LEAD IN LW ntltlCS-OTlIEltS FOLLOW. O.untry MenhanU Will N.ycr
Know Uotlom 1'rices In lets They Ui-t Our giiolations.
Southern Auonts for Banner Cotton and Com Planters. Camo
boll Corn and Fortlllzor Drill. win,,
Avery and Ktntucky Plows, Dowlaw Cotton rianter,
Bulky Plows and Stalk Cutters, Horse Collais snd Hamcs
Ba.bsd and Pl.in Wire, Blind and Riding Prldl.s, '
Hsnrlled Hoes end Eys oes. Ca.ebrsted IXL Axes.
OAUIMAdllS AND IIAHNIvSH.
fur the Kowed Klvlsi. for UrK Assortmrnt, for Ih Wrv Heid Wunliiv. for All Ftvlc frurs
a Hussy to Ijin.luii, lor Hue llsiii.-.-, Hlnglr or Poub c, lortlie Most lUa-oimblr i'rirrs,
a ft A A) .a-aa. a.
LsO to W. b. Liruco
, T. I r SI MOW,
TOM 41 Ala.
Lemmon & Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GEHTLEMEH'S FURNISHIHG GOODS,
Not. 320 and 323 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TOM OU R,
W II Mi HIM,
Ft. L IIH KINUriAM.
M.J. I t M linn.
CAPITAL" AND PROFITS, - - $100,000
L. Itsnsiiar, p., I Colrnian,
I. O. Ilsiiilasrlisr, llanlwlc l-i-rrs.
I'. P. Ilsil leii. K-l. liuUMiuih,
U Lery, R. L. CuIiIImiuiu,
J no. M.
D. T. Itadilrn, rna,Iriit
WB llI.rnVK HKIDNIM InPum.of OXK
a.. . . . a .
Ws l.ars limy ra-rl-nr and oinelo ran-iaL
Olllrar. sml Tr.l-.lr. eor.liallv Invito Im.
Ui. cuhildruee -j Ion n-jHwd In ll.c-m.
Eauhftngo for Bala on tho
TO JACK & SONS
"V II O LE SALE
IV AM, OIIADIC-I,
Wo control Messrs. Maddook ft Oo.'a celebraUd Engli.h Iron Stone
Unlna, Tha best and only rellublo ware made,
s.-ra W rnny th Inrtrost etook
n mki thpi rowwsT pmcit onDsrrti pnrjrmr.n.
M. GAVIN & CO.
Nos. 232 and 2.4 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee
FlrrrrTrn ADAMS AND jarrKaVtOM.
Kr. L W. 1AIXET dol his wools llrra la Ih.
w eur cuari. ivuussa w arskouss, W Wasblactsai Mt
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
(Double snd B.nglrX
Ail Styles. AU Klndst
& Co., Monroe Stro
w. r. mii.i.Ub,
Bank and Trust Co.
John W. fooliran,
sJMlU,I e rut.
V. N. Oroirrnor. tsiu'l ilook.
j. o. itosinsiin.
Jos. Nathsn, CsiUler.
Hni.LAIt and iiP.rd. snd ril fnt
sur mini n-ni ii sa IIIslIiriAl I Iianti fil
l.an-ik.r i. " ' ,., " " " " . '."V .!
Irum .11 . 1..L J i loi .. . . - : I
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Principe,! Oitlissi of Eiirop.
rlhln and sale af COTTOB