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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FIUDAY. AIIUL 12. 18bV.
SILVER MOOR BAKING POWDERS
This "Silver Moon" Baking Powder, which has been manu
factured by U3 anl used in our Retail Department for so many
years before Belling out that Dopartmeut. Is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking. Powder Material, In which
no Alum or any injurious substanoe whatever is used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
ftaTlT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AS
GOOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT IS PURE.
Buy It From Your Own Orocor. Wo Sell at Wholosale Only.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
SS.OO PEE B-A-HIRiEIj.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
r.ohcrt Jackson, colored, wan arrostp.l
Inst night on a cliuro of patting counter
L'.lt money. ,
The Cuinlerliinl riwhyU'rian Clmrcli
will pivo a bazar Tliiirwlav nilit ami Fri
day noon ami iiijilit, April 18 and lit, and
a good time is aw tirtxl to all ho attend.
A liouso to Iiouki inspection will soon
commenced ly four recent irra.luatra nt
tliu Mutnphi Hospital Medical College,
iimler cuiploymunt from tlie Board oi
Tim man Musliy, cut at (he old Com
mercial Hotel early ypstcnliiv morning,
aa rutuovwl to bL Jitst'iiVa llostiital. in
I. M. Htanley'i ainbnlanco. Moaby'i
voiui'ls are very dangerous.
The jury In tho Fred Vnpn caw retired
to consider their verdict ymtcrday about
4 o'clock in the nlu-rnoon, but up to mid
night had failed to n-reo UKn a verdict.
1 tit) critno charged in murder, and there,
avema to be no doubt of tho prinouer'i
W. C. Abcrnatliy, the nrjrro barbor who
on il ),( to in the IMiisijina lottery, lmi
invented JKI.OtlOof it in lot aitiialuil on
Jcirernon Btni-t, near Chnrlenton avenue,
which lie purchased of I'atrirlc Kullulier.
It ! rumored that Mr. Kullulior did not
lose anything by the transaction.
Ten resident almiK Uutlor street sent a
petition to lh lavislativa Council yester
day asking that their thoroughfare bo
imvul. W hen informed that the number
id WKneri justillrd the Council di-claring it
an "improvement tlislrlct." under tho new
law, the paper linpieiired a quickly a a
alack of powder thai had been (truck by
A. P. Turner, tho father of NnnnU and
.Artie Turner, tho two girl who ran away
niH mnriied I. II. umeron and AlU-rt
Vilwn, called at Tmr Ari-KAi. o I lice yes
terday ainl olfered In psy 5. it I reward to
anyone who would arrest and :til tho two
men. The particular of the Illicit aud
lnnrri.i(n have all been pubhahod iu Tin
Next Sunday will le ralm Sunday, and
ns the aiTvire is quite Iciitftliy, mssa at H.
Joflcph'a ( Inin h will In stil at IMA o'clock
a.m. 1'roL Winkler haa oririniiod a ifooil
working choir at lit. JoM ph, and aehx-ted
who will Ik' prompt and punctual,
and tho tuiiaicul Dart of tho aervico lis
inudo a very ilocided step onward, aa ItotU
ainui'rt ami' organist will be found in place,
At (he stated and annual conclave of
Memphis Commaudery .No. 4, KoinliU
Teuilnr, lout niirlit, the followinir olheeni
were 1 letted: W. M. r.rooka, K. C.; It.
I. llnikc, 11.; J. F. S'llar, ('. .; Murclis
Jones, 1'.; C. M. IKV. 8. U'.; A. F.
Jvivia. J. W.j l. T. I'orier, 1.;T. J. liar
rims, ll; AaMn(ierdhrind, W.K.; rgbcrt
Hnitli, K W. 1C; 1. U. Il.pkin. W.; 1.
II. W. Godwin, 1st i.; Fred Mater, 2nd
.; lien, liyrnea, Henry J. Lyou, b. 11
Mjraai1 All I ntmrlawt
la tho universal tcrdict of all who have
tried our latcxt brand of ciiriira, which we
liavo iust rocvivod direct from Havana,
rtoa na sur.Arx,
And which wo are aullirig aa a leader at
the Hipulur price of
2 MR 27c.
A riirnr aa food cannot le had eWwliera
3 for &lc. Thin wo euarantee, and invite
lonooi&wura of fine rimirato try them.
I. rMwrij' A Co.,
Tho Pirect IiniiortiTa of Moiuj.lila.
PtTTnflt'l. April II lcu IrH Inctet
arul lollim. Wmlhrt ilixhlr aiel mi.
KVANiWI.t.K, lli.t, Arll ll -IUtorll fn'l I
linlioaiul rl-lnir. Urniliirikir.
XCWdlll.KASa. la, April IL-U'iwtlior clrar
aiel uIivmiiU Aiilntl. ( a ul New Ork-ans kk
vINCINN ATI. O.. April II. Ill l t.-rt Iih Im
1 Inlliiiir. W-ih.i ilir. Kri.- M.oi.l a
t--, .Sw Ortrani.
. l.ol'IK. Mi.. April II -Wvrt hllln Oanta
r.mrki IDS li-t. a ili lin-iil VI Im I"- la ll t 4
Ixiiirn. Wiallir rlou'lf. Aimnl; ( licrukrv,
h'ni;i:il, lK'rtil. t Ur d Miura. Nl ljr.
AlllO, 111.. Apr1' ll.-lllwlvl.fmui'ti awl
t.lllim. Minilxr rlniiilr ami rm. Arrtnil:
Uy n( Iuu.11 lliiii.i". Si m (MImii. !rirti'l:
ny olialnt, NaU.lit'1, lllr ul UmUiU luuu. hi
UH CVIl.t K, Kf., April ll.-tllnf lllln, wlla
a i liuhea on Ilia lnll ami livl ft Im -Ih-sIb
Uiy imiuiL W-iIwt rlumtr ftiiU i-li-aMiiit. In-
m.ru.l (III l.i Manililila NK'il-Hh.r Ullllic
iih livl a hi. h.-. mi Hi lalU, arid Url t Iih )k
In ilic nual Weaihrf warm.
I ilm AM.'Lilin. Npw nrk. oan Nu. 1. klwll.
auu atrot, Mpuiplila, Tnin :
Aivwint iliunkM fur S"i fKYI navment In
full the day it wua due, on policy upon lifa
..f n.v Lllinr A II I Inn n tm i Ul fnr vnill
kindness In oflerlnf ao advance payment
. --I-.L-- 1. - 1
OI 9nA', aa m me ruiu oi jruiir cuiunii7, vj
pay immediato necemiliea. Your comny
liaanoiciven me any irouoie wnaievcr,
nil I labrt nlaanr In rauvimiiutnilinir it la
oilier wauling life Insurance, from the
Utm mIm It rliMnrM anil friiin (li hillif Hat
pf the moat prominent btininesa men of
kiempiiia wDomiaoe nave uken poiiciet
a ii n you. uaaiiiR j. ockc-
Memphia, Tena., March 13, lttbta.
Mb. AxnMita. lu-ts Kaiik havo ro
lurneil from New York.
Chas. IIi-sT. of Hunt & I'.ro., lias re
turned from a flying tour of tho coal uVldn
Rink II. Habxils, traveling passenger
aueiit of tho Chicago A Altou Kailroad,
with lieadquartcia nt Pallas, Tex., is in
M.j. F.. H. Ptaiiimav, of Xanhvillo,
vii-e-president of the lxiuisville ft .Nah
villo Kailroud, in in tho city, accompuuied
by bin private secretary.
Cot. A. J. Kxapp, asnUtant poncral paa
aenuer ap'nt of tho Illinois Central Kail
mad, haa returned from a bminens trip to
Wanhington and Chicago.
Misnr.s I.11.LIK and Finma Morrow, tho
chnrmiiii dauhtera of Pr. Win. Morrow,
of Nashville, ate in tho city, tho gucjta of
Mr. and Mrs. John Overtoil, Jr.
Visitoha on 'Chanio yesterday: W. D.
Galloway, Pexter, Tcnn.; J. Urown,
I'aris, Ton ii.; W. 1 Williamson, Keeling,
Tcnn.; J. F. Warner, nhvillu, Tenn.
Tim Tenneaseo riinrmaceiitiral Associa
tion, .".'Hi sirons, will bold a convention in
this city Slav 8 and I). An excursion on
tho river and a banquet at Jackson M ouud
1'ark will be among the features.
J.tvra CitAni.To.r, p-neral piissenirer and
ticket a;,'enl of tho Chicago A Alton Kail
road, is iu Hie city. Mr. Charlton is the
Keulif man w ho became 'annum by a clause
in one of his letters, "The Chicago A Alton
is firht, hint and all the tilno unreservedly
and unequivocally Iu favor of the payment
of communions to ticket ajentH." For this
llio ticket nevntt esteem hun their friend,
and lovo li i in accordingly.
B. LOWENSTEIN St BROS.
Wo Lavo jiixt received a full line of 4
arid 8 button Mwjnct:iiro Utnlrcaned Kid
(ilovct iu the following new shade Illun,
(ire-n, Serpent, Mode, Plate, Fancy Kng-
liih I ted, Tan, llrown, etc. This Imjior-
Litlon la by far the liaudromest ever
shown by us, and wo might add, without
fear of contradiction, that no auch an
asaorlmcutof first quality Kid (ilovci cau
bo found outsldo of o'lr catablialuuciit.
Inspection s illciteil.
A treat Ks.ar UpMnrry.
IIaltimour. Md., April 11. There la
every indication of the ealaliliiihmeut hero
of a irreat auirar n finerv. It ia based on
anticipation of Paltimnro suport inspired
by Iioh s of r..iliiiiiore capital, engineered
by Cultimoro bpHiuesa men. The fiirt that
tlll,(s of the $1,000,000 capital atia-k
proKW'J Inia already been sulmcrihed, aud
that at least $nO,iasi more has linen I'Min-l-ed
as soon as tho project asKUine delln
lie diiie, practically insures the rucons of
tho rnierpniu'. Mensrs, Itoh-rt tiarretl A
Hons have subcriliel Jf-iKl.ooo. The build
inir, imichliierv, etc., will cunt about ioo,
txii, which will leavo If ItAi.OOO for a work
Aa InlrrawllM .Hail" Itnelslnn.
Sr. locin, Ma, April II. Judi Th aver,
of the I'nilcd Kuilea Pistrict Court, hnnded
dow n an Intorcstlug decision today In the
CO so ol thot'nited Stati-s Tl. Charli-nt irons,
charged with alealing a packago of nnws-
pwrs from tho top of a letter box. Judno
Thayer decide that the taking of a pack-
ae ol poiM'ra Irorn the lopol a Ictler t
is no ollenso against the mail laws. The
top of mail box is not a rwntitaela for
tuiiil, and a package pi and tlcre la no
more In the custody of tho mail than a
paekiU'O placed Uion the tcia ol tho
A klrtrt Mlrlkm Inra1.
Mixxraimi.is Minn., April 11. last
midnight I'rcfident Thomas Lowry, of the
fllinneiipolis A St. I'aul Mreet Car Com
party, Issued au order reducing the wap-a
of all employes. Tho order gom Into cfTcrl
Monday on nil the horse, cabin and motor
lines anl la contulrntlv xpecb-U to pre
cipitato a general strike. The company
claim It la ioniiij money and that It must
retrench In order to llont bond Willi
which to build new cable linea. The men
are sullen and uncommunicative, but aeri
ous trouble Is feared. The coinpauy la
prepared for the worst
tMrfa'l I.Ike IN Tass,
From tho Mnrrhaiit Traveler.
"Where shall we go next?" asked one
tnmp of another, aa they reclined against
La telegraph ki1o.
"U't'a boar! tbe frulght going north."
"And get oil at HmpklnsvilleT"
'.'No, not binipkinsvillo. I don't want
to hava anything to do with that town."
"I don't like their jail lexunmodullona."
THE INFALLIBLE TEACHER
POWERFUL LECTURE BY THE REV.
FATHER SPLINTER LAST NIGHT.
Cbrlat ; Said Centuriea Abo That tbe
Oatea of HoU 8hould Not Prevail
Against Hla Church, and They Have
Not Cloae of tbe Euccessful Miasion.
The Dominican Mission has closed.
For ten nights past St. l'eter's vast au
ditorium has been filled to overflowing by
tho faithful Catholic, tho iuquiriug Protest-
nut, tho worldly minded.
Dcliovor and dissenter have listened to
most powerful, most eloquent, most inter
esting sermon from two of tho Catholic
Church's earnest inltiaionary woikeis, tho
Kev. Fathers Splinter and Mcl e uy. The
largo parish renpondud to the cull, a rich
harvest has been garnered for tho Master's
cause and the loved and devoted p!tstor of
Kt. Fetor's, tho Kov. Father Morun, and
his ussiatuutfl, the Kev. Fnthere F.delin and
Dunn, will close tho Lenten fast with a
grand Faster anthem of thankxgiving.
Tho M.i8Hion proper closed yentorday,
but tho lecturo last bight was a moro fit
ting Gnalo and was delivered by the liev.
Fiilher Fplinter before nn Imiucnso. audi
ence Trior to the beginning of tho lec
ture Miss Tillio Smith sung a most beauti
ful "Ave Mania." Her rich soprano nover
Tho subject chosen by Father Splinter
was "The Infullible Teacher." '
And tho text, "And I s.iy unto tboe,
that thou art l'eter, and upon this rock I
build my church, and tho gales of hell
shall not prevail against it."
in a Hinull town In Judea, sauI tho
Bjienkcr, nineteen centuries ago a man
began preaching a atrango philosophy,
a new religion, a philosophy spoken
of to Abraham, a religion prom
ised to tliu patriarchs. It was the
dogmas of tho school of the Naxarcuo,
loumlcd on n sure and solid basis that won
to brine a moro itcrfcct union between
God and man. between flnito man and
bis inlinite. Creator was a separation, but
by redemption they were to bo rebound.
Ho had fow followers to begin his church
with, few to whom be could intrust its
jirinciples, and they were those uot vented
in arts, in sciences, not gifted in solving
problems of philosophy, not crow nod
heads, nor those high in authority, but
jMHir lishcrruen, who knew no other science
tliau that ol catching hsli, no other idiiloa-
ophy than that of mending their nets.
They espoused the cause of tho Nar.nn rie,
and wild them as foundation stones Christ
erected his church.
Now, concerning tho rstahlinliing of
His church, there w ill urine the question.
What suthorily was given His church?
lly what works run she prove that au
thority wus given her? To prove this wo
must examine Christ's mind. When the
nil-wise liod established His church He
intended it to remain until tho lapse ol
time. It was not for n day, a year or a
century, but for all tunc. Ho meant to
build It UKil aaolnl louildalion. lie chone
a rock, and in the parable Ho give
Ilia dinciplcs spoke ol the wise man
who built bis house, upon a rock, and re
mained secure and whole against the
waves and the storms. Note his words:
"I'pon'this riK'k 1 build my church."
And that r rk-huilt church hits stood linn
against Hrncciilion. as the wave of hatred
beat (ig.nnnt It, aud today hlds Uellauco to
wind and wave.
Sunt divinely established it must be
Infallible. Christ's life was embraced iu
thirty-three yeurs, His ministry in but
three, and ere the huvicir bad ari ten to
Hi tbrono on high there were denials
and desertions, but Ilia church alill re
mained aa a monument to it divine
founder and guide. 110 made it the in
strument of Hi divine acts, and, there
fore, again must bo inhilhhlu. Not one
promise given by (iod has bit' u broken
not ono sentence fell idly from His lips.
Man t-rnt, man is but human; (iod never
makes a mistake, (iod is divine. To err
is human, to forgive t'.iviue. If Hi
church faiied lo Maud for au hour, the
euli-s of bell prevailed against it, and
ll that lie true then Christ's prediction has
come to naught but, thank liod, they
are as trim lis lav as on that day of utter
ance. He is the foiitituin ol truth, and
when Ho told those disciple that all power
wit given them. He meant just what He
said. My Father bus sent mo (an infalli
ble teacher), Ihcrclnre I w-nd you (an in
fslliblo teacher), and through the church
Christ gives His Infallible, teachings; and
you are required to hear her, for docs He
not any: "He that beareth and htdievcth
nie not la a heathen and publican."
His mission to the soiles was, "(lo yo
forth and prvach the Kmnd. He thai lie
lievelli and ia baptized shall lie aa cd, and
he that belicvclh not shall lie damned."
Kxl requires you to hear and believe un
der pain of reprobation.
In iho mirmr you aeo your reflit lion.
In the world the reflection of (iod crea
tive poucl. liod's likeness. You wonder
then why in this world there is so much
dinorder, so much Injustice; the strong ter
rorising the weak. You auu ao
many atrango religion, and you
ask why (tod bus not asrtiiited sumo one.
Such a auppiMition ia rcaitoiiahlti, but re
liii uiln- God has endowed bis creatures
with freo will, and they will only bo saved
by moral suasion. Iniwu through the
vista of time tho Catholic Church, liko a
loving mother, haa preached Christ to tiie
world, (he same yi-nlerdny, today and for
ever. SU I'aul says there' is a Savior of
Ihn bdv.. Tho Catholic Church is that
Ixidy, and Christ Is lis bead, ami he nets
through His .Church, it is His mouth
piece. (if tho hundred or moro denomination
in Ibis world no two are exactly alike, yet
tho Catholic Church is thu niimo today a
it was when Christ i niahliihed It He
told bi disciples to eat of his llesh and
drink of bis blood, and lha Catholic
Chiir-'h stand alone a the living embodi
ment of that promise, and leaclnsi actual
trannitlotl of the sacrament of communion.
It was no llgure of speech. He said "mv
Issly my blood," and in Ihe holy aseri
Ilea of tho mas wo havo ''Hi body, Hi
Ag-iin G'mI said: "That which (Sod tin
1-ine 1 together let no man put asunder."
n this the Call olic Church sluml alone.
I am an American; my lie.irt beats in
patriotic nvmpathy (o my country, but 1
must say that our system of divorce law
la a curao to our laml. No lhurch, uo
sect, no xv'ple, except tho (iod ordnined
Catholic Church put rsundor that w hich
God ban Jollied logelher. Kho must
be infallible, fur lm aloiio oliey tho
roniinnndiiieuts of Christ nud obeys them
to Ihe letter. For this article of Chri t
iriven iirincinle Hi church lis been f.
aw uted l!y a Marlin 1. other and Fnglaud a
prollignto King, Henry VIII., withdraw
from hi l hurch Wa use the vicar of bis
chun liBud Iho proHinnder of God's In
falbblii tem hings would not allow him to
marry Catharine of Arragon. For sixteen
n.iitiiriia tho Catholic Church Nourished
alone. It Is only 300 cars siuco there was
The speaker followed Ihe history of the
r1nir. il from the time of the Apostolic
college, through It slumbers in the cata
comb under the Imperial Itomn, until the
recent inTti-cutionsof the Itussian doaKiL
and how she hi flourished mday and
sUudsa fulfillment of Ud' promise ta
Pptor to establish bis church on the ever
lasting rock and. be with it to the end of
It was a most carnc3t, eloquent address,
and at its close, he thanked tho people
present for making the mission tho success
It was. Hut none ure deserving of moro
thanks than the genial t.Xion ot St.
Fotor's, who each night seated tho vast
audience, and that In a systematic wav
that could not be improved upon, and
provod that ho js a most valuable adjunct
of tho church.
"Love and Lv!' was tho melodramatic
attraction presented last niKlit by Milton
and Polly Nobles and siippni tingeompany.
Sir. Noble has made ipiilo a sikvchs of
h' role, Folix O'l'nlT, nud Mrs. Nobler, ns
Kiln, the Street Singer, has w on deserved
popularity. Miss Mary Pnvenpoit plays
Old Iiaso, the Italian Crone, most cllect
ivoly and naturally, and 1mis F. How
ard, as Giovanni Cooti, the Organ Grinder,
docs creditable realistic work. Tho re
maining members of the cumpanv fill
out the cast passably well. Tho Kitty
O'liourke ot Miss Ida Lewis, and the
Policeman lloH'iueyer, of A. II.
Hastings wore failures as to dialect, and
did not approach tho impersonations of
the characters aa given here previously
during Mr, Nobles's engagements. "Ixiv'e
and Law" will bo reproduced tonight, on
which occasion a box partv will be given
by tho Messrs. Loubrie to Minn Kosii Mans,
prima donna from the Grand Opera house
ut Strasburg, and who is hero to sing for
tho Wagner Club tomorrow evening. At
tomorrow's matinee, which will be the
last matinee of the theatrical season,
"From Sire to Son" will be reproduced
and w ill close the engagement.
At Urn llebrow Association Hall last
night a concert was given by homo talent
for tho benefit of, tho new First Methodist
Church. The program was attractively
rendered and was enjoyed by tho largo
and fashionable audience present. The
(Ufl'oreut numbers were as follows:
Kiiriy-accimd i'anhiia Mim iI.'I-x.Iiii
I hiinw A t Its Hurl I'aiim
Aria I'.ir M v huul I lilrnlvlli (nruit
M im Miiisai.
Itvcltal Aria aud rimru
lly Tern Hate IVimi My Meat
Hiln MI- l.nitna Jniim.
Clmrm Why, My Ksml, An I lioa Hn Vcnot?
lkvlul...My (iwl, Itltlilu Me la My.-nul (aal Ismu
Mrs. K. A. Irs!ev.
()ulnti'llp - I In- I . I flmli Ciiuiiinti.tcl
SU.ni Krnlcv, W hllx-it. iirllltlli, I'.iyd ainl Mra.
hiirus Trut Them In Oml
I'tn mi Milti I'lr.l Cunrvno M.'ii.li'lwilin
hsa. W. Wright, IUi ln ho-lrn AixiiiiiImiiii in.
hupranu Kilu H IjaiIiIiu
Mulo I'srl Sunr M
Vlolla Silo 1 lnl i iimiTlii Im Ikilul
Snjiranu Kilo - j-t ItiMsi el Huniiiu'r
Mr. K. A IniKr.
Ham Mo li ins-l if Iho llrart
Jos. F. Hynn.
Cmilrulto foln Sflnird
llu Matliv Lsm llriinii.
Tenor Holm rli In Our Alley
II A, I nili y.
Ikiriume )-olo-Mll n- ilni.p .Clnrrv
('.. W. i.rliinii.
Cornel Solo N lci led
Mnilrksl Swnl Hum y Hm klmi Ikssi Wlll.jr
I'arl rolig- v hi"lli i hliukm H.Mcuiui
M anr ItTb .nrrrl.
Tomorrow night the Wagner Qunrlel
Club will givo A conceit nt tliu theater to
Iho iiicmlicrs and their friends. It w ill be
one of the fashionable musical event of
the scuson. 'Ihe prima dotimi, Miss Koki
Mans, will bo nssi-ted by llerr J. IIIiniui,
solo violinist, and by tho Wagner Club.
A llllnrfcnll Hull.
Tho Memphis Ueds will givo a limey
dress ball at Cochrun Hull on tho 2;ki
III OAVB IT UP.
Why Oon. Turner U No Looser an Ap
pllcunt for a Federal Oftlce.
O. I1. M. Turner "Ye. I have just re
turned from Washington City, but 1 didn't
bring any 'imrtfolio' along with me. Why,
1 can nuiko four tlollars at law while an
(jIIIcc holder make one."
"Isn't it a fact that you wanted an
offli-e?" a-ked the renirter.
"Yes, I did try, and tried bnrd to get an
aiMiiiitiueiit iu Wyoming Territory, but
when I (mind Hint tho Adininisiratioii hud
decide I to put ill those ollice only terri
torial residents, I gave it up."
" ho Will lie MMlliiaterat .Memphis.
"I don't know, but I do holm Tom
llrogan, an I I Imhevo he will get it."
How a John Hook s chances7
Hasn't any more show than a tooth
less dug in a pit light."
AUAI HOI) US-HAMILTON.
Report That the Two Will Henceforth
be Like Brothers.
From a private letter retvived in this
city, and Iroin a gentleman clone to Jouea
S. Hamilton, Tim Ai-itai. ia Hrmilled lo
oxtruct the follow ing conct ruing the bin I
suit of that liidivl linl against II. T.
II obi m, of the r.rookhavoti lst l, r.
"Hoblst ndrsiie.l ever Ihlnj, and will
In this wtvk's l.nulrr, publish his retrac
tion, therefore Hamilton had tho ciki
nolle prosm-d. Hobbs proiuine lo luke
bark everything, and uetr again any
anything sainsr Hanulinii."
Vat. Illrhnril lR.
Pitt ncao, Pa., Apnl II. Col. Ilk bard
Iing, of Chicago, who wn Injureil on tho
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne A Chicago lload n
few dsv ago, died at the Allegheny gen
eral hospital hint night. Hi body will be
retiiovod to hi home to l.iy.
Mr. J. I . Ilnrll.
Ciiica'io, HI., April 11. Mr. J, F.
Hartt, of I'.rooUiue, Mass., who wu
leverclyacaldnil In the accident on thu
Chicago, Sunta Fe A ('.iliforuin bailroad
near Juliet vi-aU'rd iy, did at Mercy Inn
liitsl, tbil l IIV, Hi s inoMiilig. The pbvsi-
cian in nlleiidiinci' py that Mr. Hartt
mid the othef wounded are doing well slid
will probably reenter.
I'l I Kll-Al ly.nl.. lili'.
I". Isn't, al l in lii"k - in
K f.. tti .lii.ulny, April
, Or. Hi MIT tt. I'l II u.
hiriucriy in una my.
Ilrmaliia will rrlit tuil.o loil.tlllo Jk Na-h-till
llallr.. llilxtlt PtV iMiii:iinsliii'clisli.
Hurlal al I.IuiwikkI Ii,i- i.ii. rti..n al I M i'rli k.
KrlciiJs ant hint. . I to oti- ii l. ttliw st Ui
lorim MTH .
I OI.I.I N rt l br.'f 1 1 1- r.il lunsia J. t .inisa
will laka pla-'j r ."i i .!-. . So. H3 l lti Un
IrmUI'il ( rHA Y ) n.-rf iltttt ml . l-ck. Ilith
mam al at. l-auli k s i I. in It l v:.u e't lin k.
I rli.mla ul Ilia laniliy Im ,n I aiimi-t
l.tllHIr-. stir II r..
tl V I.IK lillH.K V.l U.K. oi r.
IV. will um-lllil. irKI.tV.i.'ii.liH
flivniaaa Hall, mrmr nt hniwl smi f
A. lams ttrrvta Vuiilim im mlnn are tur 1
ihslly lutnL llr orl r
I K (iUIIIAKI T, 1. 1
T. K IlASanN, K. K. an I -
SOITII M KM I'M In ..i.l. N'i. Ha A
A. M..WIII a.prl ni.is'i l "'";M"; W
enlli.n Ihla (flllUA ' "" V
Ii. Html. i o'clock, 'tee I h "'
tt. All M M. a In .! "!nur
Hf aarilnr I II t- ' 1 I'Lal"!
AUat: i. L. Si ILKBS, t'"'
WHEN they find how rapidly health
Is rcHtorml.tiy taking Ayer's 8ar
saparlllii. The roasuu is that this
preparation contains only tho purest
and most powerful alterative and
tonics. To thniiiumls yearly it prove a
veritable, elixir of life.
Mrs. Jos. Lake, BrocVwav Centre,
Mich., writes : "Liver complaint and
Indigestion made my life a biirdeu
and came near ending my existence.
Fur more than (our years I'siirTerml nn.
told agony. I win reduced almost to
a skeleton, and hardly hud slrciiu'ih to
tlrag lliyscK uIhiiU. All kind of feed
distressed me, and only the most deli
cate could be tligested at all. Within
the time mentioned several physician
treatnil me without giving relief.' Noth
ing that I took sei'liied to tin nil)' r
liiitneut euod tint II I Ih'iziih (he iisu o(
Ayer's rarniipiirllla, which lias pro
duced wimdcilitl results. Soon idler
coiiiiiieuclug to take Um tjursapurillu I
could see uil
In my condition, my appetite began to
return and with it cwimi tint iihiliiy to
tligc all the ftssl taken, mv streiiutti
liuprnved PBcli dav, and after a few
luoiitlis of faithful attention (o your
directions, 1 loiiuil myself a well
woman, aide to attend to nil household
duties. The inrdicino has given nut t
new lease of life, and 1 cannot thank
you too much,"
"We, the imdersti.'ued, cltlr.eim of
rtriH'kwayl'enlre, Mich., hereby certify
that the nlnivti statement, tiisde by
Mrs. Luke, is true In every particular
mid entitled to full credence." (). 1'.
('hauihf rluin, (J. W. Wuilng, 0. A.
"My brother. In England, was, for a
long time, tumble to ntleiid In Ida occii-
i 'ill Ion, by reiuson of sines on his foot,
sent litiit Ayer's Alumnae mid the les.
timonlals it contained induced hint tit
try Avei'n Harsaparilht. Alter using it
Bk lit I In while, hit wits ciind, and ia now
a well mini, winking in a sugar null
at llrisbaue, ltui ennliiud, Australia."
A. Attcw cll, Sinn hot Luko, Uutario.
rUBI'AHKU II r
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Plica 1; ait Uilllw,l. Wurlti i a lollla.
irnnrilnnler anya ht haa ttioAV. t llnuita
aiiin-n wltlimit iiHinn nml iii slHiitiicd wa
IIm IhiUuiu, iut liiiu Uuwa en m fiMud
VV. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CCNTLtMEN.
It.t In ttm wnrhl. t'anittlnr lila
s,.n'i i.t i ini. ii n t vt i n niitir.
fcl.e-l II IMI SH1 I II HI IT 1.11111,
MI.MI I III II I-. .AMI I All til n' nllllK.
H I..MI IMIlt Mill I tl t KIHIk..
I. IS A till It I Ml H t N'N nil til ,
i.ett mot ni.i.i nuts' nt iiihiI, niloi.H.
All ti... In t uniir.'M, ii,ii. ami i.ai.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE la'dTis.
Itnat Mnlrrlal. Ural Nttl. Ilral I lllluaT.
Iff auil -.il'l hr v.'iir it. al. r. wine
. I.. Hill (.1 AH. lllKK'KTON, MASS,
on sai.x iiv
joiltf n'ltlH KN, hn. i lnlnn,
I. litll Until I II H'ltl., Nn. .IIM MnltlBt.
Altl a-: t in i in. A I It., n. sill liOu M.
i. SI. 1 1 1 VI I- I.I. l it., sow tint ilnla st.
I. I. I.N Ml lit., Nil, S u aiitln ni.
r IIM flaaaT sVllHrtU Z a) aV Tall
Ji k, I. niKlpn, Huiilil r..u:i UtCkU rahMo
Krmrtiuf Vuili. rrrnawluir lMlit,Nrtvtti
ml l'li)r Irl,lll Jf, liM U.Ili.o( tU lUuo-I,
ll iniK in.ni K..llr. n-a. Irnorrr-n. I nw
tin iuiail.ti. KiKrmili.faid ni.l.en. II- tl.liia
fur Vt'iifk, ll.wlii-n. Ili Uilln4 nr Hm lal Hrlalk.
Avoid Bnakllltil Jin IMnlrr. I'"4 Una rrm
ik. l conlaltit ii M, lyl Itia'iillnl
kni.liB. Mlwl, lull ( It. I'll r, only ll.iti If
mail, p. ir. rw-li4 In plata isir. Jil ia.
Irallva lrinrnHlia f. II Bftilf H"W. 1 ka
d.all .a-ot-li-'l ainhor, Wis. II. I'aik.r.kl II.. ta
r.lrr.ilh.COLO AND JKhVtLLf 0 BSIOAI.
from tna Nntionnl Mauionl aaarHiintion,
fnr thn rIII kSSV on NlttVOUS aino)
HVaiCL DiaiLirV. Pr l'.ik.ils.n-
f AIiiit I'livau-laM may ! nwillxl. amn.
drtnlallr. hf li'-ll nr Is t l Hm m' "I
1 UK l-K lltlHV MkIiII'AI. I ! I ll SC.
ho. 4 llillllnrh Kt I'oalun. Wa.a., I. l,. inal
arlrra (. l-msa ar Muni lur asltk aawttkl ka
Blril-l aa aliwvc.
'" naiiaiiaaa'a I 1" H 'S"SU
. i aaatli " i I 1 1 i I '
X. VfP- -v ?. .
ll ,yfJ' kiU.llUUllalli.llMlltllUlL
'v l tt-T'.ciufcl.ncrfair? ?lri;.
rUBClY VrOtTABie. ) Curt n.a Boa.
TMOHounmv actiADLK. I "l"
AOtOLUTCL v tart. I.- r.-. w
roa sut tv aii onuooisrs.
DR. J.H. CCIOCK 1 SON, PinUOLLPlllA, PJt
hill (111 UK for Til B Wlt.HLV All'KAU
a M .'.,.'"1 . 0 M
v As. j
THE JET PALACE
WITH TIIE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
EVERY SATURDAY I WILL GIVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STEM-WINDING WATCH.
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Wcrth of Goods Entitled to a Chance.
My goocb are first class in every respect, and I guarantee every piece that leaves my estab
lishment Yet they will bo sold at the very lowest pricea.
Ko. 001 Mniii Strt-ot, : : : Momphis, Tcnn.
fioT Order IS xnall raootv iara Uantlon u In peraaa.Jial
Orgill Bros. & Co
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
We Cordially Invito Our Tatrons and the Trade Generally to Call ant
Examino Our Complote Btock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Every Description, Which Wo Offer nt LOWE3T MAIIICBT Prloof
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
ORGILL BROS. & CO., 310-312 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
DESJAGDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
304 & 3G8 MAIN STREET, - - MFMPHIS, TENN.
Btovoe and Tinware, Oun Cutlery, Farm Implemonta of All
Kludn, Kailroad Contraotora' Bupplia.
WE LEAD IN LOW TRICKS-OP I1EKH FOLLOW. Country McrchsnU Will Never
Know Bottom l'ricrs t'nlrit 'they (let Our Quotations.
Southorn Aonts for Banner Cottcn and Corn Planters. CamD-
boll Corn and Fertilizer Drill.
Avery and Kentucky Plows, aaWMvlaw Cotton Ptantrr,
Sulkv Plows and Sulk Cutters Horse Collar and Harnea,
DaibeJ and Plain Wire, Blind and Killing Bridles,
Handled Hoes arid Eye Hoss. Celebrated IXL, Axna.
t r the N'ewel!;lyles, for l.r;c Aortrni-nt. fur II. e V. rv llcrt IJiiAlliy. (or All Klvles, fn.m
a lUi.Ty In l.ili.'uu, for line llninet', Hiiiile or I ouble, for tbe Mnsi lU'ii'onsbl frlcra,
Go to W. S. Bruce
, T. iTMsinif,
Lemmon & Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GEHTIME1VS rilMlSlilHG... GOODS,
Not. 320 and 323 Mila Strni, tid.i.phlt, T$nn.
T.iy on. a,
W II. M'Sl.S!,
n. ta llMklNutUIL
MONEY TO LOAN
OH roTTDM I'l.ANTATtOHS IN TIIK STATU Of
MISSISSIPPI, ARJANSAS-5 LOUISIANA
OUlt nVl--TKN YKAlt
uy wnii ii a rounox or uu I'hi.nlihau is n:rAii kacii vlak, u Tim
CHEAPEST FORa OF LOAN. IS IT KAKES
IKE IflCOluE OF TEE BORROWER.
t ftlantoi thnt pata Birkla IndfLivSnisat alikuul itisu.iiua'aiir rnr lha whota nraraa-ta f hla rk
ALSO. WE MAKE LOAN3 ALL PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEAR3
FRANCIS SMITH, CALDWELL & CO.,
Boom p. 10. II 12. COTTON EXCHANOF Mutt llnir. MFMPHIS, TF Nfl
E. WITZMANN & CO.
WEBER Ms KNABE
HKNU irolt CATALOHUKM.
221-223 SECOND STREET. - - - MEMPHIS. TENN
"Ml PAR VALUE CIGARS
TUB II EST ON TIIH
JZZj. Xi. MOSELEY 6c CO. SOLE ACE5TS
333 Main Stroot.
. ft OTEfl
Z. N. ESTES Sc CO.
(BUCCXWOrf TO IDmSl IOAK A CO.)
Wliolcsalo Grocci's and Cotton Factors
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union Stroot. Memphis. Tena
(Iieulde and 8 ngr
All Stylos. A l KlnJj
& Co., Monroo Street
f. r. MT1.1.Ea
it ti. itrrrrfoiiiK
. u. JOVNIS,
THE SECURITT THE SAV1SGS UU FC3
OLOH3 FOH fl Oi:NT&
fP. n. DOAW.