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SILVER MOON BAKING. POWDERS
This "Silver Moon". Baking Powder, which has been manu
factured by us and used In our Retail Department for so many
years before selling out that Department, Is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powdar Material, ia which
no Alum or any Injurious substance whatever la used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee, to This
IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT 13 AS
GOOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT 13 PURli
Buy It From Your Own Grocer. We Soli at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIVER-FINNIE GROCER COMP'Y.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
$6.00 PER BARREL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KN0WLT0N & LAKE
Wild turkeys are so plentiful In Arkan
sas mid Mississippi thut tboy are beiug
killed witb sticks.
I TI10 Young Men's Hebrew Association
will Mil thoir rti!tilur uiculing this after
noon at 2:1(0 o'clock.
J. Tlie Kuv. lr. Unjgi lin(f absent there
ill bo no services at tho K'tond l'rvsby
tcrian Clitirch today.
tMifwr tins advanced from J to 1 cent per
pound in tbe punt four days, caused by a
scarcity in tbe visible supply.
Upward of 12,000 barrels of commit will
be u ed this summer in tho foundations,
etc., of tho big bridge at this place.
Tho special meeting of tho Tonnessoo
Club, culled fur lutt even in a, will bo held
Ml 8 o'clock tomorrow (Monday) wening.
Tho Oklahoma fever has struck Mem
phis hard, and ono of tho enterprising
manufacturers of the city has already
shipped to tho new hind of promise several
car loads of manufactured IuiiiIht.
Iiexiuning today the mail train on tho
Kannis City, Memphis A lUrmingliam
Kailroml will leave at U o'clock a.m. Tbo
Holly rprinm accommodation, lesvinti at
4 o'clock p.m., bas been discontinued on
Tlio'lleV. A. a Miller, D.D., of Little
liock, will preach at tho First lUptist
Church both morning and nif lit. lr.
Miller is an ablo muiiitcr of Ji mis thrift.
"'o bessak for him a laro audieiico from
Tho Mirror, a now Kcpulilicsti weekly,
villUsuti its initial number on &uurday
or Sunday next. It will be a new venture,
mid not connected w ith tho mann-ment
of the old 'Irilninf in anyway.- '1 ho pro
moter of the enterprise aro citixeus of
Memphis capital iseniwtred In tho erec
tion of a largo cotton factory at Mound
Kprins, on thu Kansas City liailroad.
Tiiere is water Kwer enomrh, 'it is sui.l, to
run all tho machinery In Memphis. Tho
, Kprinx. a promising site, aru principally
owned by Munipliiaiis.
The pupils of tho llethel Kunday-Scliool,
asxisied by mint others, will irivu an eU
cutionnry pntortuitiineiit next Kridav even
ing, tho Kith instant, at tho llethel' lluihl
lug, corner of Admntstrcct anil Charleston
avcntio. In adililiou, Col. liarney Unfiles
w ill sivo a talk to thu children, which can
not fail to Im Inton-ting. Admission,
twenty-five cents; children, ten cents.
A lively kick is cxected from property
owners on Micliiv street over the proposed
luying of an adilitiunal line of track by
tho stmt car company. The projtcrty
owners claim that the street is too narrow
for a doublo track, and w ill endeavor to
liave tho railroad extend its lino to Jack
Son Mound over some. other street. An
attempt to out down another track will bo
met by an Injunction.
Its. J. I. Minor and O. II. Thornton
liavo performed nn nenitloii on Mr. John
1'ontielly, w ho w as sllhcted with an abscess,
ill his head, from which ho had lonl hit
lienring ami was otherwise growing worse.
The skilled lurpntis removed a auction of
the skull bone, just over tho alsess, gnvo
it rndical trcnt incut, with the most en
coin n-inK result. Mr. I'oniiell will bo
all rilit in ciht or ten days.
1!. II. (Iit.rch has written a cird, In
whn li ho denies having slated that Sheriff
McU ndoii pronii'd him immunity from
Visitations of deputy sln'rill in enses of
troiihlo at his plueo of limine. Ho ex
plains tlist what ho did say "waa that
Mr. McLrmlnn had said when a candidate
for cilice that if be was elected Slicntr ho
would not have drunken deputies going
into saloons and raising rows. I never
charged Mr. J lean 1'oiie with being
MeyaMs) All CsmimriMSl
Is tho univeisal verdict of all who havo
tried our latest brand of cigars, which wo
have just received direct from Havana,
Flo a rx sahki-so,
And which we are selling as leaJir at
the popular price of
2 FOR 2V.
A ciimr as good cannot be had elsewhere
3 for 5ut Tills we piisrnntce, and invite
connolKours of fine Hears to try them.
I. SaMRLMiS & Co.,
Tho Direct IiiiMrtcrs of Moinpbia,
Rina Wlltwfapflnn, Vatia"f Wiilunt Rnwirrs Fan1
Ills I.iIcni. Nf Visa, OltKs ko. U Matit
sua alrval, MiiiiIiK 1 1 I'll..
Accept tlisnks fir f.'i.OOO, payment In
lull the day it was due, on policy upon life
of my father, A. O. Dennis. Also for your
kindness in ottering an advance payment
of t-'H), as Is tho rule of your company, to
tay immediate necessities. Your company
lias not given me any trouble whatever,
and I take pleasure in recommending it to
others wanting lifo insurance, from tho
low rates it charges and front the long list
of the most prominent business men of
Memphis whom 1 aee have taken Kliclus
wiih you. Oasis J. CockK.
Memphis, Telia., March 13, 1WJ,
MAiHKi.i.rs Looax has returned from
Mh. and Mrs. Tiios. Williamson, of
Somerville, Tenn., are at tho I'eabody.
Vimitohs on 'Clmngo yesterJav: G. I.
Kiltlo and I II. Kittle, of Sloneville, Miss.
Cou W. P. IIai.i.iiiav. of Cairo, who ia
largely Interested ill Memphis proportv, is
in tho city.
Misa Axmr Pattkiisox tins gone to
Florence to attend the marriage of her
cousin, Miss Annio Weakley.
V. It. Thavkii bus returned from Hum
boldt, Tenn., where ho went to assist in
organizing a lodgo of tho K. of 1.
Fi kd Aspiko, w ho has 1ecn In tho luW
business in connection with Messrs. Sto
vetisoii and Thicle, left for Cliicago lmt
Cahos are out for the marriago of Mies
Jessica Kennediiy to Mr. Itcnjamin I.
Huh!))', Wednesday evening. April 24, at
8 o'clock, at tho Central Methodist
Mi.k. 11 T. Stack left lust week for Hot
f-'prins, Ark., in Iiohs to recover her
health after her long and lonely watching
ls-side her sick liushand. Wo' join wiili
Mrs. Mack's many friends hi hoping alio
Will recover her health.
Jok I. I'l.i.ATiioiiK and wife left for New
York Thursday night Mr. L'. ia making
bis annual trip to the great city. Ho ex
pects when 111 New York to meet his
mother, who is coming over from F.ugland
to reside Willi him hero. They havo not
seen each other for over twenty years.
FaoM tho lhr!iiin J. rtm .;,., of Ft.
Louis, April 11: "llro. J. V. Ingrain, of
Memphis, Tenn., paid a visit to his daugh
ters iu this city, 1-alla City, last week,
and to the delight of every one preached
for us Lord's day morning and evening.
His sermons. were of tho highest order, es
liccially his evening dicoure, pronounced
by many as the Is-st sermon ever delivered
in Falls City. At night many were turned
away uuahlu to get seats, j'.ro. Ingram is
well known and dearly beloved hero both
in and out of tho church, having visited us
lor eight or ten years, ami all feel
strengthened by his visits. May tiod spare
hi liio and bluna his work."
Am ArllrWor Merit.
K lf-Venlilator, Iienovator ami I'urifier,
recoininemled by all physicians, simple,
cheap and durable, attached to mnirosscs,
feather-beds and pillows, kous a curreut
of fresh air continually flowing. It fresh
air Is a necessity for health, whero can it
Im more lieneficial than In tho couchos
w hereon wo sleep? Coino and aeo it. For
The J. 8. Mkmckx Cowi-amv.
trineT' (rniiirr itlfHiid) I liurcli nrlns si
II o cI'M k s M. ai.tl fco'rtiM k ..hi. ltnxriNnl iviti.
KrKiiiinul StiTinig Iu tUu uiirnlhi. N. U. Iiig,
AUIaint Mr l-lrtlir!nn Diuirh 1'imin ot
Join awuuiT siitl Alnliitua alnt't. rn-schlDif t
II Olli.k S. III. NllilMlU H limit alld U I' ll 1 1. 1
acrrli-r al 3 u clirk p. 111. Kev. Jnnir. L. lniilu,
Dnllcatlnn annrlm sill l h"ll si Itie Mlnl-
lM'l Atriiiii-1 liiin-h IliU nll rn.i..n al 1 o'l lm k
l)hl.-r ltu autf.lt1 nl tho Yhiiiis I'ropln'a Altl .
rliir "I Hi" I. In. I"ii Mm-I l lirl.nnn I Itur- li.
t uinn SeiiiUv m limit a 4 .. rim k n in. h-Tilit
ever)' ulwlit IliU f k. ( ot.llnl InrlUlinn to all.
Iwihfl Snti'lar stni mili r.irh Snnilnr llilliclf
riKitnt. nirn'r Aihtna air-l anl riiarliiuii avi
11 al i n ii rliM t p in. uli'a an purlin. t
mrM 11I trni Um Hut.' la alwn vniI iiiiiIi Uiru.
W-ri 1I11 rlil!'lrtu anl ffruwii p. .i.c. It rvfry mm
cimir anl m U t.'iMllM-lvi-a. Ill nmiMi-Untl Willi
Hi.- Ii. lli.-I NthiMtli ix lna.l inrm I" s Ilililo i l l.-r
aidi. Iiil lir Ju lrn . M. II. .k.-ll. rtll i-a. h
hniiluitli aMrnimm al it J o'rio k at lha Ik-iiii-i
liull.lins. r-irii.-r of A-Iimh urn ami hr.l,.n
ati-iiiii. All n nn ilr-.tr in atmlv IIm rt ri i.i nr." ur
to h.r ihi'in rmiiii li-(l luf ailullaur ctiililrva sis
I'las Im Ike tleter.
Pmm lbs rhleu-o llrraliL
Mrs. Ilrlggs Y6u can't get them in tho
pen. can you?
Mr. llriggs-No. Tlie jeky little things.
There they go again.
"Those pigs remind tne of you, John."
"Itecsuse they'd rathvr run round
everywhere else than go borne."
C If. A. UeraHaa-. ft. U Mala ftlreet,
I prepared to dellvnr Ico cream, per gal
lon at ft. 00, H.M and upward. Cake
and cro.1111 at parlors.
1 ke IJiraxI asisl Hail Nlwlrd
Bhxk of fchocs to be found in the city.
J. M. Hill & Co.
la UH4iaa t k tare kill ls,
341 Main street, for fancy groceries of alt
kinds. New iroods, lowiat prices.
Use Allen II. Wrisley'a
8oap, only & cenU a bar.
Tarasuu re -covered at 31 Madison,
WEATHER AND CROPS.
CONDITIONS FAVORABLE! FOB TEN.
NE6SEB AND ARKANSAS CROPS.
A Heavy RalnfaU In the Spring and Win-
sr woeat Keglona-The Budding of
Fruit Retarded In the Ohio Valley and
Damage Reported In Kentucky.
Wasiiixotox, April 13. -Tho following
is tho weather crop bulletin for the week
ondod Saturday, April 12, 1S8D, issuod by
CI! I ..
lliu niguai uinco:
T1!, I. ... . , ....
iuu cnueu April jj waa warmer
than usual throughout tho United States
except along the South Atlantic and lCast
Oulf coasts," where tho tomjicrature waa
about normal. In tho grain regions of tho
central valleys, Including tho cotton re
gion, the daily tempenituro thoro rangod
from three to six degrees higher, while in
the Missouri Valley and Dakota the doily
tomporaturo was from nino to twolve do
grees abovo tho average
Tho temperature for tho season from
January 1 to April 13 has becu unusually
high in tho Northwest, iu Dakotn, Min
nesota and theneo Southwest to Texas,
whoro tho season is from seven to twenty
days in advance. In tho winter wheat
region tho avornge daily temperature lias
been about 3 above tho normal, w hilo on
the South Atlantic and Gulf coasts the
season has been cooler than usual, ami
is from throo to four days lain.
There tins been an excess of rainfall
during tho wook over tho greater portion
of tlie Missouri and upper Mississippi val
leys, Including the Slates of Kansas, Ne
braska, Iowa, Colorado and portions of
Missouri, Wisconsin and Dakota. Tho
rainfall has lieen heavy in tirnse sections
which include a lariw urea o( tho snrinir
and winter wheat regions where moisture
was much needed. Well distributed
rains also occurred over tho States of
tho Ohio Valley, Tennessee, Arkansas,
Virginia and Michigan, which will ili.nl. t.
less improve thu crop condition iu those
sections. There was a iwneral ahscncii of
rain in tho South Atlantic and southern
portion of tho l.nlf States. Light showers
occurred in Now Fnglund and tho Middle
Atlantic Slates, and rejKirts indicato that
about a half inch of rain fell during tho
week over Oregon, Waidiinirton Territory,
Northern and Central Calilornia. ami u
quarter of an Inch iu Southern California.
Tho seasonal rainfall continues in excess
along tho Atlantic const south of New
I.ngland, and from tho Texas cooM north
ward to Dakota. From 60 to 7j iier eenL
of tlie normal rainfall has occurred over
tho winter wheat mid cotton regions, while
iu tho greater portion of tho si. rim? w heat
section of tho Northwest thoscasoual rain
fall exceeds three-fourth of the Usual
On the North Pacific coast. Inrlmlinif
Northern California, tho rainfall for tlm
season dies not exceed 40 per cent, of the
nverago, although the well distributed
showers during tho pant two weeks havo
lsen esecially favorublo to growing crops.
From San Francisco to San Diego tlie rain
fall for tho senaon exceed 30 ner cent, of
the normal. Tlie weather durum the week
was generally favorable fur all irrowimr
croN througiiout tho Northern Status and
in tho central valleys as far south as thu
northern portion of the cotton region.
Tho recent rains and excess of temM-ni-turo
over tho winter and surimr w heat re
gions havo doubtless greatly improved the
crop conditions in thosu sections, where
tlie latin work Is well advanced and seed
Ing almost completed as far north as tho
northern jmrtions of Minnesota and Da
kota. Hie South Atlantic and (iulf Males
have been lexs favored during the week,
and growth of all crops Las been rctardiil,
owing to tho dellcieiicy of raiufjl over the
greater portion of tho co'.ton reg'on, al
though no permanent injury is ss yet re
ported and tho general conditions coutinuo
Keporis from Tennessee and Arkansas
statu that tho weather conditions wero
favorable for all crops, which were un
usually wcil advanced mid iu excellent
During tho t twuntv-four hours
heavy ruins have fallen in Kentucky and
the Ohio Valley, where rain was much
needed. The weal her ws nlwi favorable
for crops and farm work hi the Middle
Atlantic Mates nud southern New Fug
land, but in mint of Now Knglaud the
ground is reported not yet os-ned.
Hie budding of fruit was retarded by
cold In the Ohio Valley, and some damsgo
is reported in Kentucky from frwt on tho
7th, but in all other sections the weather
was favorable to the fruit crop, which is
reported ill excellent couditioii.
Lxccsiivo sunshine wiih an average
amount of rain improved the grain and
cotton cmisi of bxlay, tho latter of w Inch
is reported as looking well.
A NIrrswrop Mtal Itamderlal
From I he New V.iik tribune.
An interesting cntcrtaiiitneii'. was given
at tho Kden Musco hut night by Dr. King
w ith his giant micrusroHi, which magni
fies 20,1(00,000 to lOO.OOO.OOO times, and
throws a rellit'tion on a canvas by means
of slcreopticon. A drop of beer waa
shown iu process of fermentatiou. A crystal
of sugar and of salt were also shown. Tho
wings of a 11 v and a movpiito were thrown
on the srreen so that they measured over
Lforty feel In length. Tliulutol llowers
on a bulterlly s wing was shown so that it
measured twenty fi-et in diameter nud
looked hko a bunch of hugo palm leaves.
Tho eye of a fly appeared as large
as thu eyes of thu wonderful Uoq
iu Hans And. 'men's airy tale. A piece of
ham with trichina, which was hardly per
ceptible to the nuked eye, appeared twenty
feet in diameter. Dillcrctil insects, male
and female, iipieand like gigantic mon
sters. A dust of a cheese crust made a
liicturo of creeping and crawling mounters
horrible to look uimui. A drop of foul wa
ter contained alligators, snakes and a
llio.uand living creatures, eng.iKi d ill a
fierce stnu'Jo for life as tho drop of water
slowly evaporated on tlie plate. A thread
from a spider's well si'peared several times
liri.iT tlisn the cables on the llrooklyn
liridgn. Many other wonderful things
wero shown, and the audience wssamnxi-d
and pleased. '1 ho entertainment will tie
rc-tod every evening for some timo to
Whll tmstlirasli IM-alred.
fnun tlif Ikumrllls (Miaa ) l-annllan.
The 'JimrlkmKml thinks tho popula
tion Is ma lo up by emlgranls from tho
(iulf Static, sud says North Carolina is
becoming white at tho expense of Arkan
sas, Missisiippl and Louisiana. White
settlers aro far belter citizon in every re
spect than colored ones, and w hen the
places of tho latter can be supplied by the
former no chance should bo lost lo get
them. I'aoola County might learn a
lesson from this state of adairs, and, as lis
colored citiKua drift to the slluvisl bot
toms bordering tho Mississippi, supply
their places with intelligent while men
from Ic favored localities. This county is
ss deairable a place for residence as,any
part of tho United States, and w hile many
of its peoplo seem to think that the bot
toms are superior to Ibis seoiion In many
nlv ts, the facts will trove that the
people here are better off, more contented
and sutler (ewer misfortunes than the resi
dents of the comparatively newly settled
and unueaitny swamp lands. Let an or
ganised elTort bs made, nlul Panola County
will soon claim many valuable additions to
her present population in tho families of
vhito citizens from other localities,
HIimII We Have a liouble It.iir Mnlir
From UisHsnlta, Ki'Hirtrr.
Thk Appeal of last Saturday mentioned
and advocated a doublo daily mail on tho
Mississippi & Tennessee liailroad. Why
not? The R-jwricr lias advocated two duily
through trains "time out of mind" and it
still boliovei they would pny, and build
up a local business that would bo profita
ble to tho road. , The railroad authorities,
however, havo never looked into tbo mat
tor through our glares, and have not been
ablo t see it in tho sumo light
that we see it in so plainly. Areu't
mey jusi a nine tmnd, or stingy
"or something?" Wo believe tho Alissi.
Bippl & TcnncHSOo is tho only completed
road out of Memphis that rune but ono
duily through train, and we aro uuite sure
no road that terminates at Memphis is in
better condition to extend its business,
and thoro is not a smoother or better
equippod roadway in tho wholo Smth. If
another through train Is started it will bo
a very easy mutter to mako it a mail train,
and tho progressive spirit of tho agu de
mands that it be done. We hope tho
Illinois Central people will inaugurate it at
once. "Procrastination is tho thief if
- The Metro' I'rlemls.
From tho Arksnasa Hcacnu.
Ths neRroesof the ttaiih, Jiutlv Inillirnsnt st Die
wsjr Iu whleb Ihujr have Invn kuurvd by the liar-
rlmui sitmlnlnlmtlon, are khIiik to liol.l a national
ontilcrouca at Wnahluirtiiti, wlib view to brim
public opinion to boar on Hie rrenl.teiii, lo roinpol
liini to airxilut atiuiv of IIiimii In ollti-c. Hill lln-y
aru llki-lr In bavv ilielr tnnilili' Inr ill. Ir nilii.
-'"""li ..mu.nini aim riinniii im unveil, llu
M-ruia in iH'a imiiMil lliu nn n liricl. an. I hl IiimiI
Ia m1 ainilniil the neum ana In II... iIim-ii..!. .i it...
old hue ti lips with a view to "nv.ikinic lip Iho
illi rtoiuli. Mr. IMrMnm, l Vloilnla. ami Mr.
btilili ii, Alahitnis. are IiIk iniihi lelliiiu-e In Una
"i u,.ii, aim n li ihiiiimiiiii Ihrlr lea.l In thu Iimh'
Hint he nn hiilUI up a Mini.' mau a lu piil.ll, ,111
I'lirly. in lHi niiniHmil in.ilnlr nl the old Una
Uiik-. wliiianii'aniMl lo any poiilanihiailon hjr
Hie neuni. 1 line In to Ih no "iiiuui-r" . In Ilia
llnrriM.u woo.lpi;o at the s.nuli. JlriiA AiihuL
Iho real friends of the negro, tho Demo
crats of tho South, havo long tried to Im
press upon tho mind of tho African that
tho only uso tho liepubliciin party has for
hi in is to control his vote. Ho is just be
ginning to learn how much truth there is
in this, and we shall be surprised if ho
docs not soon see the nccc.niiy of throw
ing oir tho Republican yoke.
Tha Oklahoma Crass.
From tlie KornM CHy l.Vrk.) Timet.
Tho Oklahoma crane may result in sumo
people obtaining good homes in a rich
country, perhaps, but on tho whole wu
should be like Kip Van Winkle w as ulxiut
Jumping In tho river to rescue bis w iff
go homo and sludv about tho mutter. Wu
have been told that a new country (undo
veloied) was a poor place for a ioor man,
but a rich place for a rich man. (letter
study over this matter, my sou, lieforo
vou light out In the direction of Okla
The Well l.anbra I latins.
Wamiixotok, April 1.1 Minister Itragg
has Informed I be Department of Hutu that
Prc'l.lcul Vim, iu his ineuagn to the Mexi
can 'oiiKre with reference lo the Weil and
Ijinl.rs claims, nlludu I to thr priM-eedings of
the committee if iho Amerieau N-nntc np
IkiIiiimI to Inveiih-iiie Ihf Weil ami Uulirn.
ami Mild that in low of hp report of the
eominitli-e to the elleet that KMillid rtit.-d
for the belief llmt Iho Jjiahrs claim waa
(ran. luh nt, lie tli. hi, hi tlmt the Amerieau
rx iiala beiiiK ati-:iii uf thu Jn-ll( o of the
.Mexican a. Hull in llu- ttiu.lt.-r. would take
(lie lien ...iry arlioii hi prevent tho column
illation of the chtiin.
Taller at lh Whlia liana.
AaliixiiTos, April IX 'ol. Fnvl (irniit.
the id w MinUter to Aiintrlo, had a short
interview with the Pr. .i.li-nt this morning
prior to his ihpirtuie for his new ait.
Among Iho other e.illm were Senator
MxHincr, liepn-senlatiti-s Wade, llurton,
lloiik. Taylor, Allen, M-irmw, Mckcims.
liii d. ('ok and t iiiiiion, James 11. Weed,
( Imrhn W. H iir iin.l (.'. H. MillanLof llmg
Iiamluii, X. Y.
Nkw Yumk, April 13. At today's rhrs
toiirnumeiit Iho scon wns : IjiiilM-iiham
drew with Itird; (iunalierg won fnnn II. W.
Itaird; Hum won from l.fpw huts; Jlsohnin
won fnnn fl. i. Ikilnl; IN-In sr lint to lllaek
burn. J mill 1ml to WeUv Marlines mm his
trnmn (roui (ioaalp; Sfaui dn-w willi
Ihirrille; I'ollis k drew willi Miowaltcr, and
T liigoran won from McU-od.
Mh Was frababljr aa Orphan.
lWt.TiMnaa, Md., April II Priscilla
Davis (colorol) died yesterday, after at
taining tho advanced ago of ono hundred
and flvo rears.
Cikt tip cliiU for Tim Wi iiki.t Ai-i-r.At.
and secure one of the lilnral comIi priu-s
pASsouin llned,ri'niile!e., .11 Ms lison
re kii ii. oTlr',
it-M AS-AI hi. n-l l-mi- hi I'lih-ltfri. Ii-iiii ,
Frlilar cvriilnt, April ! ii. Pr. ( ... K. M s
(Aa.luiliaii.il irrariif I. la am-
llurUl at r.lmaoml IVin. ii-rt Hilt (Hl'NPA V) art
ernixm st 1 o'rlork. Irtin l. ami atiiualnlnuri-a
liirll.il ti annul.
I.KV-Al 7S N.irlh ..n I tiro.-t. l o..iv.
April i. lac i. at H.I.I o il -k P.ni.. Jmis I on. v.
Birl 4 yi-arw.
I'lllirial from his Inte n-hlrlirr InmorniW (VO.
IMVl morrilns t n'r'.- k Hr.piirm iH, mm
at St. Iirlidil a i.hur-li at I', h'i-Iim k.
CHEAPEST AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
Lawn Ooids Vtry Camp f'r this Week.
osny tsug(lss al h sctoiy rriccs, cic.
KILLIOKS OF FRUIT THEE3, VI.1E3. Etc
fnf N.ai,il-r di lli-rrr I i Wi-snt iril mas
In w a.s-i4lin uiarll mil) "11 Ciiiniiil-.ili fnnn
Will aru. I mnlr.rl I., nil !! iHnll! Hint laa
imiwiul. lra toainilwi 'ii kio li A l.lr..a
al. U, I.IMIM.KV MHO.. M I H'l It I JI It
AFJHL 1J; 1889.
WnKN they And how rapidly health
is restored by taking Ayer's 8ar
saparllln. The reason is that this
preparation contains only tho purest
and most powerfut alteratives and
tonics. To thousand yearly It proves a
veritable, elixir of life.
Mrs, Jos. Luke, Ttrockwsy Outre,
Mich., writes : " Uvcr complaint ami
Indigestion made my ll(o a burden
ami oaine near endinit my existenco.
For more than four years 1 Buttered un
told iiKony. I n-iis reduced almost to
a skeleton, and hardly had streuuth to
lrau myself about. All kinds of food
distressed inn, and only the moit deli
rnto could be digested at all. Wilhiu
the timo mentioned several physicians
treated me without Hiving relief. Noth
1 ti U that I tisik seemed U) do any per
Iiianeiit good until I Ix'u'au thu ii0 of
Ayer's Sarsapsrilla, wliieh lias pro
ilneed wonderful results. 80011 after
commeni-lnn to tako thu Barsiipaillla I
could seo au
In my condition, my appetite began to
return and with it ciimu tho ability lo
liiiHt nil the food taken, my stieuutli
Improved each day, and alter a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, al'lo toatleml to all household
duties. The medicine lias given me a
new lease of life, and I cannot thank
you too umeli."
"We, the underai:ned, cltlieiis of
Jlrockway Cenlre, Mich., Iiereliy certify
that Ilia aWive stalenient, made, hy
Mrs. Lake, is true In every partleuhir
and entitled to full credence." O. P.
rtiauitierlaln, O. W. Warinir, C. A.
Vi lla, l)rii:Kiat.
"My brother. In Kncland, was, for a
long time, tumble to nlieiid lo bis oceii-
iislion, by reason of sores on his fmit.
sent litiii Ayer's Aliniinur and the tes
timonials It contained induced him to
try Aver's Harsupnrilla. Alter limnii It
little while, lie was cured, and is now
a. well man, working in a auptr mill
at llrhihanK, Qiieenalatul, Aiiatralia."
A. Atlvwull, bluirbut Lake, Ontario.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats,
l'rlos $1; all Uilllra, ti. Wut Hi fi a boitla.
Memphis, : Tenn.
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