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THE MEMPHIS Al'PEAL: SATURDAY. APRIL 13; 1889.
SILVER BOON BAKING POWDERS
Tbia "Silver Mcoo" Baking Powder, which haa been manu
factured by us and used la our Retail Department for bo many
yoars before selling out that Department, la made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powder Material, la whloh
110 Alum or any injurious substance whatever la used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
KiT IT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AS
GOOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT IS PURE,
Buy It From Your Own Grocer. We Sell at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIYEfi-FINNIE GROCER COMFY.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
$6.00 PBB BARREL. '
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
Hailstones alniOHt as largo ns marlilea
full tit it k anil fast fur about twenty min
ute lust ni'lit.
I-ouisiuna atrawbcrriua wc-ro svlliiin In
this market yoetcnluy nt 2." cents a lint
box, or a1xut a cent apiece.
Joe Hi vera (colored) was committed to
Jail ycsUirday to await trinl on a charge of
atcalin a sack of potatoes on J a barrel of
corn from J. K. liigelow.
Ilicycle rldern slioul J ho required to keep
oil the sidewalks. A child of Mr. Harvey
llol.inson'a narrowly escaped bciujj run
over yesterday by a bicyclist.
Ail ludiea Interested in the Dotliul Mis
sion work are requested to meet at tliu
IVllicI building, Charleston avenue and
Adiiirn street, at 2 o'cloek this afternoon.
Jmnes Butler, colored, wanted at lo
Wext, Miss,, for burglary, was t.iken back
to lliut place yesterday by thn Marshal of
Holly Hpr-iugs, w ho was deputized to come
Cant. W. W. Muinpnnlt is again in com
ninud of the tnniMer steuuier Cieneral
l'ierson, tlio period! ansciiHion linisjeed
upon hlra by the Inspector (or tho colli
sion of his boat with a harbor tug having
expired Inst tiiltt.
One of tho atirartivo fenttires of the Cot
ton Kxchantro entertainment fur the bene
fit of the orphans will be a match caino of
tennis between the Memphis and Chicka
saw Tennis Clubs. Tin ArrtAU tips the
Meaiphis Club to win.
Lorenxn Nobles, Second Mute of tho
steamer leSto, wits ormsteil yesterday by
iK'puty Culled Mate Marshal Talliufcrr'o
for assaulting a negro roiistultout Nobles
was ImhiikI over to tho May term of tho
Court by Conimiwionor Clouglk
Tho two story brick building on tho
liorthensl corner of Mielliy and Itenlo
streets, owned by (ius Was and occupied
by Jacob'Lnnsini.'cr as a boarding-house,
was ilmnm-ed by lire this morning at Y.'M
o'cloek to tho extent of $0. Tho origin of
the lire Is not known.
In tho Criminal Court yesterday tho
jury in the Fred Kogg murder case rv
turned a verdict of murder in tho second
degree, fixing tho punishment at twenty
'cars in the penitentiary. It was a whito
ury throughout, oud some of the nictn
Hirs were in fuvor of a heavier penalty;
for example, murder in tho first degree,
with mitigating circumstance, but they
receded (mm tins becaum they fen red the
court would have the fellow Iisuri-I.
yulte a heavy hailstorm prevailed out
some two tuilos northeast of the city alsiut
2 o'clock yostenlay. Hie linil cut the
leaves from tho trees, cut down grow inn
vegetable and broke gins over Loll n ils
and greenhouse. The hail fell for a low
minutes, then a burnt of sunshine followed,
which was succeeded by mure violent
full of hall. accompanieJ by rain, thunder
and ll. lilning. A similar storm pained
over tho city last night between tt aud 10
nyMt All mamrlWiMt
Ts thn universal erdict of all who have
tried our Intent brand of cigars, which we
have ust received direct from Havana,
ri.oa ra saukiso,
And which we art selling im leader at
tho pupul.tr price of
2 rou 2 "kt.
A rlgar as good cannot lie had elsewhere
3 for boc. This we guarantee, and iuvito
conauiascurs of Quo cigars to try them.
I, amuixim A Co.,
Tho Direct Iniporturs of Memphis.
In HrtiMir r OMar Narks,
PpnixoFiri.n, III., April 12. Louis II.
Net-Is', of Chicago, is in the city seeming
tho signature, of the (ieneral Assembly to
a petition to tho pnrdou of his brother,
Oscar W, Nee bo, who is serving a fifteen
years' sentence in Juliet for complicity in
the noted I lavmarkct massacre. The )v
tition w hich ho w ill tiresenl to Ciov. l ifer
is unusually strong, being signed by some
of the IhkI known law vers, miuisters and
fit her public men in tho Mute, Among
thcai are nitod Mates rcniitor rarniill
CoiiLTessiinin Mason, Mayor Itocho and
ex-Mayor lUrrisou. lliero aro over 0,000
Signature in all.
ApImImImI ta sdrtshlp.
AVasmixotit. April 12. Y. O. Lawpon,
of Meriilinn, Mi-., has been appointed a
cadet nt thn I'nited Mali's Military Acad
emy at nest roint, . l.
flSHS! ATI. .. April IX-Hlm 1 IcsMan.t fnll
In. Wmi'nr diiiiily.
r.VANSVILI.r., In. I , April ll-RlvorU frot I
ii hm suit aiatKHinry. Vi i-sllii r clmr.
VK'Kslll'RO, Mla, April l?-l(lrr falling.
Arrlnsl Cltjr ot Vb-kabnia;, lor Null tin.
.ortVII.I It, Kr.. April U-Hlvcr ttlllnr. lib
I In 1 10 lintm on tho lnll sml s lo t In lli
rsnnl. HrUir rbmCf. Dcsv rsln. iMrU.-l;
UmS OiiMlM I.Hn.k.
James Coffee, the new proprietor of the
fives next Hntinily a grand opening
uitcb. (iivo Mr. ColTee. tntuUly tuU.
Maiik Y. Saii f.u will leavo forSt Louis
Mr. and Mns. Napoleon Hill, left last
night for M. Ixmis.
Miss Maikur Graham Is vipitiug her
sister, Mrs. KudforJ, at No. IM Kubcson
Miss Aont.i Took has retunied after a
month's visit among friends and relutivcs
in Chattanooga and Athens, Ahu
Miss Komi Diiooks, sccompanled hy
her aunt, Mrs. 8. 1L UroukA, left List
uight for Cinviunuti to spend some time.
l'ltor. J. Iii.ooM, tho violinist, w ho is to
play tonight at the Wagner Concert, is
stopping with his brotiier-indaw, Mr.
Wui. Kiitxcnbcrg, on Adams street.
Mm. S. 8. Beiciit and daughter, Miss
Carrie, left this morning for Nittlivillo to
attend the tnurriiigo of Miss Mannio 1 'ni
ter, MissCurriu being onoof tho brides
maids. Visitors on 'f'hsnjo yeslenlav: O. C.
Williams, Now York; N. C. H.uker, New
Haven. Conn.: W. If. McMurrsy. Tort
Smith, Ark.; 11. O. Hand, J. Johnson,
Holly Miring. .Miss.; John vow an, Nosu-
J. !. Aunnn, r-ntosvillp. Ark.: Mrs, J. ,
W. Smith, radurah, Kv.; H. li. Mooro. 1
St. luis; N. T. Mint well, Jimi'sloro, Ark.;
J. L. lliasher, lyouisvillo, Kv.; W. A.
Newton nnd wuo, iort ccolt, Kan., aro at
Dully a Hotel.
V. A. WiirRi.rn. Cincinnati: J. W.
Pcregoy, I'liil.idi'lpliia; 11. Wolf and wife,
Kansas City; J. tt. Meele, II. Schwab,
New York; II. 1. McDonald, Louisville;
tir lr 1 1 ....... r'l.t.... u A ... li..
St, IMiis, aro at tho l'ealiody.
J. M. Watsok, pHducah; II. F. ISrown.
Gilumbio, Tenn.; Miss Scott, ICobiiison
villi', Miss.; J. II. Collins, Ibid Knob,
Ark.; Miss Nio Ingram, Holly hprlngs,
Miss.: I). C. (irecn and family, l iiion
City Toun.; W. II. Harris, lluinboldt,
Teiin., are at (iastou'a.
Vn. O. K. Di'kcan, an old resident of
Shelby County, and for sixteen years
nhvsician in churo of tho I'oor and In-
sjnn Asylum, under election by the Coun
ty Court, (Ilea suiliJcniy shout 3 o clock
vesterdav alk-rnix.n at his home in Ka-
eluh. The niuht previous he was at the
residence of J. M. Coleman, at lluleih,
and bevond cnmpluinta of occasional pains
In tho Iiead, was considered in ginul huilth.
Dr. l'lincsn was in evory sense of the word
a gool man, esteemed as such by every
one, and his unexpected demise will bo
lamented by an.
A Kw Jewelry I'lrm.
Mr. C It. Hotchklss. tlio well known
watchmaker and jeweler, and Mr. W. K.
Cai.i'. for a long lima connected with the
well know n cotton (actors, W. A. (Jago V
Co., have awtociiitcd theiiiselves in busi
ness miller the linn name ol C. 1C llotclf
kiss & Co., nnd will conduct a well ap
pointed and plentifully stocked Jewelry
establishment st No. Jil Msdison street.
llotn of these young gcnllwini-n nro trained
business men, of unexceptionable habits
sml excellent character, nnd it Is safo to
predict that successlul career awaits
them In their projected enterprise. Mr.
IlnU'hkiss loll lur tlio Last yesleMny to
uinko his purchases, nnd will douhllcM re
turn with a task-fully selected assort ment
of tho very Ix-it gooils in the jewelry line.
nalfunr Strvrrl Irrnlnr.
IanimiS, April 12. In the House of
Cotniiinns this evening 1'rol. Stuart (Kadi
cal) asked Mr. Kulfour whether tho circu
lar sent to tho Irish pollca directing them
to roltulo all secret infurmatioii regarding
tho doings of members ot tho National
lcagtio w as designed to aid tbo Indon
Mr. r-alfour replied that he uiado it a
rulo neither to own or deny tho truth of
allegations regarding the Unio of tecret
Mr. ranirli demanded nstralghlforward
answer. Tho circular, ha said, was a fact.
II it wss inteminU lor Uovi-ruuient pur-
I inses Mr. 1 laid in r had nothing to coueeile.
lis A'liisal to explain iinplied that thero
was soiiiething to lesshain'd of. Tho usa
made of the circular proved that the (iov-
crnmoiit was not neutral toward the coin-
mission invcRtiiralinir tho 7i'in- liar."'S.
Thoy were tho prosecutors behind tho
7 1 mm.
Kefcnlng to the use of battering rams
In Fiyorciiur evictions In Ponesal. Mr.
l'nrnell protested aitaiutt inch cruulty and
Mr. lUilfotir Ignored the question re
garding the secret circular. Ilugnrding tho
bat'ering rsms, ho held that it was neces
sary to use them, as thn tenants hud built
ulMltorste lorlwork within their doors.
Sir Win. Vernon llarconrt described the
policy of Mr. Ilulfour as one of extermina
tion. The Ciovommcut remedy for aullor
ing tenants was to level tho poor people's
House w nil iMiiermg ranis.
Mr. Uosehen doclared that tho Tarm-ll
itcs were responsible tor tint, lltcy had
jubsUtuted warfare between landlord and
tenant for friendly relations based upon
recont .laws, which put Irish tenants iu a
more favoixid nud protected position than
any people in tho world. Kvictions were
not taking place becauso tenants could not
pay their rent, but because thoy would
not do so. Sir Vernon Htircourt soouiod
to prefer that tho policemen's hcatls bo
battorod than to eeo a door broken.
A COUBTUOUSB CONDEMNED.
Architect Roaenplanter Visits Covington
aud Benders His Verdict.
On Monday lant Architect Itosenplantor,
of this city, vitiited Covington, uud, in
company with ' S. IL Sholton aud J. &
Mcintosh, of tho coiniuitteo appointed for
the purpose, mado an ins)cction of the
courthouse. The west wall, benetith tho
window of tho Sheriff's olllco, was first
examined. Tlio w indow sill was found to
havo rotted. Tho brick wero removed
near tho window and after dust had been
shaken oil tho biicks were found to bo
clean, with no mortar adhuring to them.
Several other pluces iu tho wulU were
tried with tlio namo result, tlio mortar
showing no cohesivouess, the building
being halo better than a clean pile ot
brick. Tho bull tower, which is of wood,
is in a condition of advanced deeiy. Tho
foundation of tho building, on tho east and
westsides.WH8foundperpeudicular with the
wall, having no "fool" or extended base.
The cost and wesi walls aro out of plumb.
After a thorough aud exhaustive examina
tion Mr, Uoeeiipluutur reported to tho
committee that tho Covington courthouso
is unsafe and ought to bo pulled down.
Washinotjm, April 12. Tho Socretary
of tho Treasury made tho following ap
pointments today: Z. K. Thomas, to be
Superintendent of tho l'tiblio liuildings at
Huntsville, Ahu; John Tacott, to bo Super
intendent of tho Public Uuilding at Town
send, Wash. T.; James U. Churchill, to
be Custodian of thu Custoiu-hoiiso nt St.
Ixtms; Charles K liachinuii, to bo Super
intendent of the Custoui-hoUHO at Whool
lug, W. Va.
Wasiiixutox, April 12. Tho President
mado the - following appoint incuts this
afternoon: Lyman 1 Knapp, of Middle
bury, Vt, to bo tiovornur of Alaska;
JanieJ P. I.use, of Dakota, to bo Ilegibter
of tho Land Ollice at li.iptd City, D. T.;
Thomas M. Ueed, Jr., of Washington Ter
ritory, to be Keister of thn Iuid Ollice
at Seattle, Wash. T.; Sjiuiicer llartwig, of
Covington, Ky., to liu a special aiul to
muko iillotinenU of lands in severalty to
Indians, under tho provisions of thu act of
Congress approved Februarys, Si7.
8ornl r.uMi Ui Tlio A.h1.
Waniiinotom, April 12. Tennesseo
post man to l-s Hppointed today: T. K.
I'.astlv, Cenlrovillo. Ilicknuiu' County; T.
K. McCrcary, liickinson, Dickinson
Rnssrl'a Nenlrnr otiimnlrrt. Jjj'.S
Wasiiinotox, April 12. In tho rase of
Pteve Ilussel, convicted in tho I'nited
States District Court, Western District of
Arkansas, for murder, and sentenced Fi'b
runry 2, 1!, to be hanged on tlio l'.Hh of
April, lSs'.l, tho President has conimutcd
tho sentence to imprisonment for life.
LEADING CLOTHINO EMPOHIUM
Hra's, Tenth's, Ilnys snd t hlldrva.
With Its vrand display in our imliieiiso
show windows and the greatest avurtincut
ISHO. RPIIIXU AXO Nl'MMIR ISSS
This season wo have surpassed nil our
former ellorts in the selection of our boys'
and children's garments, and defy ouiie
tition in this
Our Secia1ty Department.
We are daily In receipt of the latest
novclti), lutest styles, newest patterns, too
lovely for anything in its dillerent shinies.
Parents an4 JnMIn Whts lSsi iifi
Pear in mind that tho only placo to leaso
OAK HALL CLOTHINO EMPORIUM,
Where you find them In thn grenlest va
riety in all grades, styles, and ol tlio best
Onr Prlres I Mall On And Alt.
Our Hoys' Dress Suits, our Hoys' School
bulls, our t. Iiililren s Jersovs in Ml
Shades, our Children's Kilt Suit
Thn ciuiils in all of this not lo be found
elsewhere. A large sssortinelit id fancy
lloys I uM A full hue ol blar tt uist and
Note this A liandifiino present to the
little ones to every unit purcliosed.
Onr UfiIi' llrparlmenl.
laso. l or Spring and Summer. IS.0
I Ins no Co mils in its elegance of novel-
ties, styles, patterns aud ui.Ueii.ili cijual to
iiiuii lmiil tin lor make.
Our Wide Wnillng Stills,
Uur I'riinv Allsrt Suits,
Our tine Cussiinere Cutaway EulU,
Uur elegant lliisituss Suits.
AH of this In tho grciti-st nyaorlment.
and prices tho most reasonable, you only
OAK HALL CLOTHINO EMPORIUM,
3.11 Main Ml-, Uppvslls Odd Iflltst Hall.
Sol. Hails, Proprietor.
P. 8. Pci feet fit guaranteed to all. AI
teiationi frcu of thargu bjr our own tailor.
Wahtxii A first-class iln-ssmskor. For
particulars sd dress, Queen City Store, Hot
AFTER MOADDEX AGAIN
QKN. PBTBR INSTHUCTED TO PEB
8BNT BII4 FOR INDICTMENT.
Ealease of eillcul Student Sapp, of
Texas, the Would-be Murderer of
Mary Palmer, on Insufficient Bond,
the Basis Moniory.Rofroahlngr Facts,
Thore nro instructions out from Judge
Dullose, of tho Crimiu il Court, to tho
Grand Jury, to return a trua bill of in
dictment agaiust David p. Iladdon, Presi
dent of tho Taxing District, judgo of tho
Pollco Court of the city and cx-otlicio Jus
tice of the Peace.
Tho oflenso laid nt President Hadden's
door is misdemeanor in his in;iisterial of
flee, based upon the release of W. J. Sapp,
tho murderously inclined medical student,
on insiilUeiont bond.
The case against Sapp, without going
into details, as Tim Aim-ml gave them
fully and accurately at the time, is this:
Wliilo sitting in a comer grocery store nt
Central Poiut, drinking beer and eating
sausage, on the 21st of January last, lie
became ollonded at Jim Palmer, n young
negro man. The oll'iiiiso era long bight
omul to open hostilities, and Sapp settled
it by returning to tho medical college, se
curing a pistol, going back to tho seimo
with a lot of companions, chasing Palmer
nnd his sister Mary to the rear of their
house, across tho street, and shooting tho
latter as Ilio stood in the door. Sapp then
attempted to escape, but was appre
honded nt thu Iron Mountain Kailroad de
pot aud arrested. The next moruinir he
was tried by Judge lladileu on a warrant
sivjrii out before liim by CapL Hackett, of
the police department, charging huujSapji)
with feloniously shooting Mary "Tiiliiier,
with intent to comm. t murder. President
and Judga Iliiddeu lined tlio prisoner f 0
for the city, nnd disposed of tho Stale
phase of tho enso as follows, as appears on
the warrant over his on 11 Higuatuie:
"It is considered by me, in this case,
that the defendant is guilty of the otlense,
as charged iu the warrant, and that he be
committed to the j. ul of tho county of
Shelby, unless ho enter into recognizance
with Hiillicieut security in the sum of
$2,000 to apis'ar at the next term of (ho
Crimiual Court of Shelby County to bo
further dealt with as the law tlini-ls."
Hy some means or other, known Isvt
only to himself, the Judgo afterward re
duced tho Inind to ?2jti, upon which Dr.
S. A. Kogers and Ihoinas Juyner became
sureties, and Sapp was released. As an
Aci'Kal reporter learned afterward, Sapp
iililemiiillud his sureties and skipped out
to Texas, with no idea of returning. The
wounded girl, iiIiIioul'Ii very seriously
shot, recovered after scvoial weeks of suf
fering. A furfeituro was ordered taken
on tho bond yesterday.
The section of the' Code, dealing with
tho ollenso charged against Judgo lladdeii
provides that, upon conviction lie "shall
forever tlicrcallcr bo diiipiaiilied from
holding ollice under tho laws uud Consti
tution of the State."
lho accused had no disposition to have
his case tiied in tho newspapers, and de
clined to make snv statement further than
Hint ho was "not bolhciing about any in
TliK OA. PAClflU AT WEdT POINT.
Rocoptlon, Presentation and Danquot to
A public reception will bo given to tho
Georgia Pacilie K ill road olllcials and a sil
ver lish bar presented when the road puts
on trains to West I'uint, Mist., the timo c.I
which is not yet liv d. An elegant ban
quet will also S given by the ladies In
honor of the occasion. The follow inn nro
tho toasts and tho gentlemen who will re
sjsmd to them:
1. West Point and Its Future -PrrJ
2. The Kvent We Celcbrato-A. F. Fox.
3. Tho (.ieoriria Pacilie lUilway and Its
Conneclions-J. W. Johnson and 1. .
4. Memphis & Atlantic IiaiUay nud lis
Advaiitiges-F. M. AIiIkiII.
6. The South and Its llesonrces S. M.
(I. Tho Mighty I'.ist J. W. Fewell.
7. Misissippi; lis Present and f uture
F. A. ('ritx.
8. (iur Absent Friemls-L F. Hrad
shsw. 0. Tho Sister Stnh-s: Mississippi and
Alabama F. K White.
10. Tho Press Col. J. M, Keating, of
T11 k Mr.Mi-ms ArrsiL.
11. Tho State Judiciary Ick 1C Hous
ton. 12. Tlio Women of tho South F. U.
Tho public reception Slid presenlnlioii
of the silver fish bar will bfl held at tho
courthouse, to which the politic gencrnlly
is invited and the ladies esiss-ially. The
bampiet will Is- given afterward at the
Mayor's Hall, to whu h ilivil.itions will Ik)
Issued as soon as the time is delliiitely set
tled. CapL A. F. lux will nitiku the
reception speech and present the lish bur
ut the rmirthmiMi.
Mr. J. If. Hriuker Is chairman of the
Arrangement t'oiniiiilliS' and master of
Iki tinll .! Msty Tsrd.
Wasiii!iito!, April 12. The Naval
Comiuiaslon to selict a situ for navy
vsrd on tho 2ulf coast him returned to
Washington. No conclusion has yet been
reached touching the site, ss all of the
necessary data rerM-i ting thn cost of tho
land, etc., have not yi-t been received,
dipt. Malum, of tho Northwi-slern Nsvy
lunl 1 ouiunsiioii. is now si .uwnott Mo-
paring the rcorl of I lie board.
A Dig !.- and I trs,
Nsw Oiii.ts, Ia., April 12 Tho fire
which broke out yesterday evening Iu the
sleuiiihhlp Chilian has cuiitlnilod lo rat its
way into thn 3,5iJ b.ili- "f lotion, and the
Impri'ssion now is that all tlutrotloii will
IK) more or less ilainujit'l, WI1II11 1,,'ISJ
bushels of corn iu one ol the forward com-
pnrtmculs have I'l-cn so.iki-1 with wnler.
'II... I - ... .i I... I n I kit I
AIIU ion Ull CIWKO I- i-iliiliiivi, flw,VJiN
from Ihs llillm !.l.. I iwl
Utile Girl If I should dio and go to
hcaxon, woutd I have wings7
Mamma Yes, my 11, and a crown and
a harp. ,
MttleOlrl-An l candy?
l.lltlo Girl (iilu t liu litalion) Well, I'm
glad we'vo gut a g xi I doctor.
Sinv nisaforTiia tt'i.rxi.r Acckau
Ill S AN-Al ,, 1. I I.-ims III I'slrlfh, Irlin.,
III. 1st avruliia, A..l li 1 -'' OtuKus k. bus-
IAS, (u IllSO.'ii rral el l'l
KuiigrJ s Klnwurl t"inurruw (Sl'MlAY) sltur
duos si itrciis-x
WoolMt-AI Ihs r.-nrol hsr son Inlaw. Ihs
nr. Iw(er Wir, I s.l s- wmsnn-i Mil , llilimiUr
tolling, Aiiriril. s ' Mr. K s Wix-Ls Mo ul
l.a I... U- ..I klanllilllS. MMml 71 M.rS.
IIOCKN-Allho m.i.l.-fi- hts on'-lo. Jsi Use
kls. No. lUOiv.tala .ii.-l. Iifsr slicrnnnn, April
I i. Insv. ml i li k, A I in W''r chl -t lbs 1M
Mrs. Louisa IImIiu.
"W II CMJIlU
i-nU Iran mIw. lb Is (ATfllDAT)sfl
io'ckirk. ri.uiK J situlauuossbv
iud to slttaiL
WITEN they flml how rapidly health
Is restored tiy taking Ayer's 8ar
Baparlllik The reason la that this
preparation contains only the purest
and most powerful alteratives and
tonics. To thousands yearly It proves a
veritable elixir of life.
Mrs. Jos. Lakn, Hrockwny Centre,
Mleli., writes i "Liver complaint and
intllgiistiim made my Ufa a hiinlen
nnd came neav ending my existence.
For mure than four years I surTersd un
told agony, I was reduced almost to
n skeleton, and hardly had strength to
drag myself atiout. All kimls ( (nud
distressed mn, nud only the most deli
cate could lie digested nt all. Within
tint time iiifuitiiiund several physleliins
treated mo wit limit giving relief. Noth
ing that I tiHjli seemed to do any per
manent good until I IxM.'iin tlio use of
Ayer's 8arsiirilla, wlile.h has pro.
duced woiuleititl results. Soon slier
coiniiiciielng lo tako thn Suisuparilla I
could see au
In my condition, my npvietltn heenn to
return and with It ennui thn ahiliiy to
digest all the foist taken, my strength
Improved eaeli day, and after a few
months ot faithful attention to your
directions, 1 found myself n well
vuniim, ulilo to attend to all household
duties. The nnslicins has Riven iu a
new lnass of life, and I eauiiot thank
you too iiiiicIi."
"We, the nnderslpned, cltlr.ens of
Ilrockway Centre, Mieh., herehy certify
that tli alsive statement, iiiailn hy
Mrs. Lake, Is true In every particular
and entitled to lull credence." U. 1',
( liaiiils rlaln, O. W. Waring, V. A.
"My lirotlier, In Fnelniid, wns, for a
long time, uiialilii to ai tend to his occii-
iiatlon. tiy reason ef sores on his loot,
sent liim Ayer's Almanac and the tes.
tlinonlals it contained lml need him to
try Aver's Harsiipnrllla. After using it
a 111 I ( while, he w as cured, and Is now
well mull, working In a miuiir mill
at Jlrislwue, Uiiexnslnnd, Aiislinlla."
A. Atluwell, SliaiUit LaUu, Ontario.
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
rrklj lilHilllM.ti. Wurtb J s boltls.
I lurs p'lrrliso-il i f Hi AiVnliilomt'ir of tli
Inle l. W. Ill lilll.S lliBi liI rr- lul rest nf ssld l
Isle In Ihc lam nrm nf III (.Ill s A II Al l. I It, .ml
III ll. fnl ii rr Hi l,n.l:ieai will Is- rarik-d ull at Hi
Mini' tlati'l uii'lei Ilia firm iianir ig
B. F.HALLER & CO.
All is-rxwa Indrt.lr I In llir lul Arm i f Itt'tilll S
A IIAI.I.I.H Kill i!esM rail ami Kllla Willi Inn.
1 liaiiklnf uU l"f h. IsT.ifs. and llll tlid lnsi ol
)uur oouilnuol lairiira, I am n-iss tfnlljr ronrs,
D. F. HALLrn.
A HKL.IAHM: IIOITBH.
JUSTICE & CO.,
Com init-Hion McicliaiilH,
s-.lrr In rml. lard-n sn-t rb M H.S-.I. ruiitr,
I sr. ami Oenrrsl I'ni-liM. II luliml murkut itu ra
ho. 11 Heals Slrei-t, Mcuinlila, Tenn.
co r ,
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE 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 Worth of Goods Entitled to a Chance.
My goods are first-class In every rospect. and I guarantee every pieco that loiven my cstab
lkhmopt Yet they will bo gold at the very lowest prices.
irROESCII JS R v
'3Sro,3.01 Main Streot, : : : Memphis, Term. -
ttkTQtiv bxinali reoaJv aaioa ttUoa u In porcja.f
Orgill Bros. & Co
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
We Cordially Invito Our Tatrons and the Trade Generally to Call an)
Examlno Our Complete Ktock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRCUL TURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Every Dosorlptlon, Which Wo Offer at LOWE3T MARKET Prloef
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
ORQILL BROS. & CO., 310-312
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
3-54 & 398 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
Btovoa and Tinwaro, Oum, Outlory, Farm Implamonts of All
Kinds, Kailroad Contractors' Supplier
WK LEAD IN LOW I'UICES-OTIIKHS 10I.L0W. Country Men honU Will Notci
Know bottom Trices Unless They lift Uur Quotations.
Southern Afjonts for Bnnner Cotton and Corn Planters. CamD-
bell Corn and FortllUor Drill.
Avery and Kentucky Plows, I DowUw Cotton Planter,
Sulky Plows and Stalk Cutters, Horse Collars and IUmes,
Baibed and Plain Wire, Blind and Riding Bridles,
Handled Hoes and 3ys Hon. I Cslehrated IXL Axes.
GAlMUAdlW AND IIAIiNIvSS.
Im r the Newed Styles, for Lur, Assortment, for tlio Vi r let Qu illty. fur All f-'tyles, from
a Huggy to Ijimluii, fur l lnu IUiiiuss, Hiujlo or 1 o'lli e, for tho Mi lira oi.ubla I'riei t,
Go to W. S. Bruco &. Co.. Meno Street
. t. i ram
Lemmon & Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
em ts - t rsrs -a- arwivt r nf
Not. 320 and 323 Mln
W. I. MOOfl,
H. I. lllt'KINUliAN.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON COTT )M M.ANTATIOSII l!l TIU STATU Of
OUlt FIVK'TKN YMAU IN8TALLMKNT LOAN
OT WHICH A rottll lM or TliK I'IiINUII'AL is KKPAIO 11 II VKAK, IS TI1K
CHEAPEST im OF LOAN, AS IT HAKES TOE SECURITY THE SAVINGS BASK fOl
THE INCOME OF THE BORROWER.
A I'lsnlw thus sys Art till Initvl-Uslua-ai ulllioul ilisiuiluf snjr rrar I'M who! pmoanlt ot hit em
ALSO. WE MAKE LOANS ALL PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEARS
FRANCIS SMITHCALDWELLfc CO.,
Room O, IO. It ia. COTTON EXCHANGE rtulliliriv. MRMPHI4. TtNtf
E. WITZMANN & CO.
WEBER BH KNABE
hi':ni ru cataluovkh.
221-223 SECOND STREET. - - - MEMPHIS. TENN
sill PAR VALUE CIGARS
TUB 11 EST ON TUB OLOIIB FOIl 0 CkNTB.
Uj. Xj. MOSBLEY &c CO. SOLE AGEHTS
33'J Main Stroot,
E. X. tffTTA
& d. erintR.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(8i'ocEarto ua to ttrrKd, doa mcai
Vliolcsalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union Stroot Mcmahia. Tonn.
FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
(Double and S ngls),
All Stylos. All Kind
w. r. ain.I.Ma,
ti iff rtvt m na Ann
Straot. Mo.nphla, Tonn
if . BrririfOqTAaT.
v. a. JKVNSM,