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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY, APRIL 2 1; 1889.
SUITER MOON BAKING POWDERS
This "Silver Moon" Baking Powder, which has been manu
factured by us and used in our Ratall Department for so many
years before selling out that Department, Is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powdor Material, In which
no Alum or any injurious substance whatever is usod.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
taT IT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AS
COOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT IS PURE.
Buy It From Your Own Grocer. We Soli at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIVER-FIHNIE GROCER COMP'Y.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
S6.00 PER BA-ZRjEHL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN O0WLT0N & LAKE
There lire several single-tax men in (lie
city working up a pcruiancntorgnnization.
The joint cane of Khoda Turner and J.
Nixon la set (or trial in tho Criminal Court
IVtsy Hamilton will give two of licr
unique dialect reading nt the llilx'o
K-luioi May 2 and X Tho euterlainuienU
r.re open to nil.
V, 8. Ilozi-rs, market-muster, finda tho
lines tii;htoninfr around hiin. A lart;o
number of stullmen around tho market
claim to havo a cinch on him.
fumset Cox will lecture Tuesday night
at tho Memphis Theater, Reserved acuta
at UHual place, under I'eahody Hotel,
l'un lnwra of blue tickets aro entitled to
The pupils of Miss Martha Tru leau,
misted by MiM lhmlap and the Jloelh
oven Club, will five a complimentary
piano recital nt tho Iliybee school, tomor
row (Monday) ni-lit.
Vlrjie Meriwether, a younR white child,
fivo years old, was found on Wellington
XI street yesterday and taken to 1'erry's
i ri lienor mop.
corner ol i leans ana
said she did not know
ins brought back to the
V(.lniun, The child
,V hera her hou.o w
k' Paul Madi.on i
iP ci iv utsi nigim i hui was charged wim
. t jfoil.- nkint; at Colliorvillo, Tenn., some
iwojrni- 1(f,i B,j cst-apeu intn IHjputy
fchorill l'tmn from tho eourthoum. lie
was brou,t Urk by Ollli-er O. II. Terry.
Tho U'fjva' Aid fcociuty of 81. I'atrick's
Church, ii conjunction with the ltavitt
llrauch ol l,e Irish National League, will
give a iiium-u Wiirce, with ico cream and
nirawherry refnidiim-nts, on next Wed
nesday niulit in L I'atrick's Hull, corner
Liml'IlHi'iid Ik-Soto atrects.
Jackson Mound l'ark will Ik) opon to
day and tonight, with meritorious pro
grama. This afternoon I'rof. Mortimer
will vvo one of bis thrilling balloon aa
reunions, and tonight there will Im a grand
Jiroincuado concert by tho combined pro
i siionid musicians of tliu city.
Next Monday will find the Federal
Court for tho Western IM.itriet of Tonnes
see sitting st Jackson, disposing of cam-
- on the April term calendar. Jud Ham
mond, Clerk Clauifh and Marshal Yancey,
accompanied by all the iictessary book.
J1 iixth and the favorite, oillce cat, will
euvo for Jackson this morning.
Cunt. I'at llackett Is cultivating a jrreat
nose for diamonds. Mixs 1'esrl Neely liwt
a pair of csr-rings In Menken's store the
other day. Captain I'at was notified and
lie Immediately set alxiut to find them,
llisrlforts were unoxectedly rewarded
by Uniting the lost prowrty hi the posses
sion of Jdiwx-s Nettie Itoyd and Jlapuie
(iralinm, who found tho lout jewels. '1 hey
turned them over to I'apL llackett cheer
fully, and tho jewels wcro restored to tho
We Are Headquarters
For Hut yery finest Imported ('ijars to lie
bad In this country. Wo receive fresh
sliipments weekly, direct (mm Havana.
We aro headouiirters for all Kacing and
r.uxehall news, In tact wo havo everything
to interest you. We also are no-town
headquarters for lUco Tickets, which you
rau conveniently porcha trom us at the
sauiu limo you buy your C itfars.
I. AHrjK A Co.,
:t() Msln Hri-cU
J!n- Vihrrniwin. Xmi-irrr Mutual llr-nf Fund
. H a-o- 1 illi.li. Ni' V..r, OIIhv So. U Ha.ll-
-jin iinl, Mi iuiilil. Tviiu.:
.ccvpt thanks for ",OiKl, psyment in
full tho day it was due, on ajii-y niton life
id my father, A. U. Dennis. Also for your
kiiiiluess in olh-rinir an advance payment
ol -', as is tho rule of your company, to
pay Iminediato necemtiea. Your company
lias not given me any trouble whatever,
' and I take pleasure in recommending it to
others wanting life lniirance. from the
low rates It charges and from the long list
rftho iw""' prominent bUHiiiesa tnen of
Memphis whom 1 sue havo taken xlicies
with you. (.'aiiiiik J. ' .
Memphis, Ti-nn., March iss'J.
Ike Hraanhla Traaa I'srlorf . SI Main,
Havo the largmt line of trunks, vail
ami hand satchels In the city, which they
w ill sell at tho lowest prices.
Tna representation of l'aradis anil the
IVri glvcu by the lailies of the llethol
Church at Huntyn on Fiiday night was
very creditable and cnjoyablu allair, but
owing to the threatening character of tho
weather many w ho desired to attend wcro
' nm-nted from doimr so. For that reason
It has been fuirsesteifthnt it be repeated at
an early date. Will the Isdira be kind
. enough to comply wun una suggestion?
PrxuxT Cox at Memphis Theater Tucf
d iv niglil. lu-serm. seats at usual oiucc,
jiiiiur reaDouy jioioi.
Jmikii Mound Tnrk, Arnold's IUud
couccrt, Sunday at 2 and 1 p.ui.
DEFINITION OP A OENTLEMAN.
What an Appoal Roporter Overheard at
A party of gentlemen were congregated
at tho Luehriiuinn Hotel lant night and they
were of the bon tons. They had enjoyed
the invigorating hatha, rented in the mag
nillceut rooms, (canted at tho bountifully
loaded tables, and were, at last, enjoying
the choice Fslerinn wines and Havana
cigars of this pnpulur hostelry as guosU of
the genial proprietor, Mr. Henry 1-cuhr-inunn,
when tho discussion, in its vagrant
inenuderings, turned upon the popular
misconception of tho literal weaning of
There were embryonic Sydney 8mith
among thorn and the conversation was
lively. Now it was a chitting ol the word
"lurid" to its derivative root; again, a
chaw was had alter "livid," and so on,
until finally tho word "gentleman" was
"Iet us all pivo our definition of tho
word 'gentleman,' " said one.
"AL'recil. echoed the rest, and hero is
what a rcirter heard:
Mr. Knighton A gentleman is one who
conducts himself proerly without giving
insult or oiTense to any.
Jim it me w ho iscourteous ami polite
Anil stands his ground w hen ho is right,
llob M. A wtiu who has a conscience
and a heart
Gus Whoonemstickor A man who will
not tell a lie and Dover refuses a drink.
A Hanker A mau who conducts him-
svlfwiih propriety on all occasions, and
Who nas Utio reg.-ua lor Ins lellow man.
Mc.M. A man who has honor and uur-
nity and never deviates therefrom under
Charlie II. A man who lias tho hiuhcat
regard for the fair sex and sticks to thorn
Ihrotiuli thick and thin.
fcol. U. "Ivtlno a gentleman, you say?
Well, I will if lean:
"Ho is as gentle as a woman
And as manly as a nun."
LAFAYKTTH PARK HOTEL,
8U Louts, Mo.
To families visitimt Ht. Ixuis wo would
re-commend the ahovo hotel. It is tenu-
tifullr siluateil oiiHjsite Ijilayctto Park,
ainl Is tho best kept family hotel in the
& O. TOOF & CO.
Will Fill Order For
A Law Anjr llsnse In Amerle
MEMPHIS CHARLESTON TL R.
Trains for Kacs Track
Iave M. A V. IVpol each day of races At
It) a.m., 12 noon, 1 p.m., V.M p.m., 2 p.m.,
.To p.m. and 3 p.m. Jteiunung leave race
truck at rloso of nuvn. I'lenty of room.
V. A. lAI "CMK, A. O. I'. A.
Tke MfMiNla Tritalt I tM-tary, SIS Mala.
Have the laivist line of trunks, valises
and hand satchels in tho city, which they
will sell at the lowest prices.
Wa l.ak'A It.al m..I.....I r.mr nA.1 .f AtiA
v.v ,.n,v .an . vi ...v. m ... .- . w, ...'V
driving horses, whli h it will pay you to
exuinino before you buy a bono.
r i i.Lra a aijuuiiiook, its iionroo su
M all groilesof I'urnituro. tariH'ts, liugs,
mi ...1 - . . .1 I . . :i i
iHiiuiK, uie., ni mo Terj loneni EMiwioio
....I. A lu. .1.. .1.
., ('nil". , . trJ un li'l'Mlf lllC, ,i"iliil..-, -
lug, sliijiping and ixicking furniture, aud
guarantee gixnl and satislaetory work.
Nos. 81 aku 83 Madisom Stsi irr,
lluililer of Pi no Vehicles,
FrxsrT Cox at Memphis Thenter Toes
day ntgtit. liewrvp't sests at usual o.Titc,
uudor calxxly Hotel.
1 ha H nt M i I kimmmmm I'uiuiff
Are solo atfents for the celebrated Jersey
loisicco, which every uaaier aiiouia aocji
Lacs curtsins cleaned and beautifully
finished at Memphis hi asm Laundry, itJ4
reeonil sireeu liranrli otllna 31 alakllson.
TtxAt'KRs, without full attend Die auction
snlo of unreileeincd plodgea Thursday,
April io, at um .Main street, corner Liuoii,
Ir yon wish to lix,k neat, bny a pair of
Adler's tins shoes or slipiwrs. the nobbi
est, the neatest and the cbeajnjst la the
euy. .o .-iain sirem.
Tna Isrgcsl and moat compluto Hue of
new cblldrens' rsrrisges Iw the city just
rcceiveu, very cnoau. sliwiisll A tsrysoo.
A 00MPEE88 WAS.
The Old Company Throws Do wn the
uauouet and Means Business.
It is war, long and bitter.
It is also a good thins for thosa
Whom tho CXPOnsO Of cotton enmnrnoolni.
fulls, as buainesscoiniiotition gcnorallv is.
The Merelinntu i'nttnn .... . .
o. X vwi.w.. vmiini uaa
Storage Coinnnnv vnx(ir.1 .!. i..
c- . j j".v.v.,.j IUVR II1U Ul (l
steps in a rate war with its competitor, tho
ractors' A Buyors' Compress Company.
..no (ivm:ut rum ior compressing Is 10
cents per 100 pound. On and nfter to
morrow, the ruto with tho old Company
will be 0 cents per 100 pounds. It is not
nrobablo that t A milt KM. I-Will al.n..
sharp and decisive, but long-drawn out
Old Fashioned Comfort.
As ono grows older ho thinks that thn
ways and doiuga of his younger days were
better than thoso of now, and mouy times
ho is correct Ono of thoso where this is
true is of hotels. There is vtlv
stylo and foolishness, somo additional con
vonionces,imt frequently at tho expense
of solid coinfort, A fow days since "a tlno
old Arkansas gentleman, one of the olden
ume, un oiu irieua of my fuUier a, mot
mo and was siuhinir for the taverns of his
youngor days, iiaid bo, "I am accustomed
to large rooms and comfortable places to
sleep, I come hero and go to a stvlixh
hotel and am put in a little stutfY 'bed
room, tho house is full of noiso of the bil-
lurd-rooui and bar, the table is supplied
with stylo an t hotol French: but the iroott
old ways of cookiug aro gone, the price is
equal to tho stylo, but where is tho homo
coinfort of the old Inn?" "Major, let mo
tell you" "Don't call mo Major, plesso; I
served all through tho war as a privato,
and am proud of the loneliness of my posi
tion, i am going to nave carved on my
tombstone. The only nrivuto soldier in
either army. " "All right, but my private
friend, there are somo of tho good, com
fortable old hoHtelries loft even here. There
is ono on Madison street, just below Sec
ond, the Clarendon, where you can bo
treated with your old-fashioned ideas of
comfort aud homeness. Ono of your own
peopio, an Arkansas gentleman, aa well
known through your part of tho State as
.ir. ii iiiiianer, mo oiuur partner, is in
Mississippi, one who appreciates tho old
stock and knows w hat comfort is, Mr. J.
vt. 1'utican, has bought un Interest in that
hotol, and tho result of their united
ell'orts is already apparent Hut theu
they bad a good basis on which to work.
Tho bouse wo built by somebody of
ideas skin to yours. There aro sixty-two
rooms in tho house. Tho sleeping rooms
are sixteen by sixteen ami til teen
foot high, big enough for even
you anl I to catch our breath
In or swing a wbolo family of cats; thero
are bath rooms aud all conveniences on
oach floor, and an elevator, electric Ix'lls,
and in some of the rooms electric lights.
ui cotirso il lias ail tho improvements, convenient-OS,
etcetera, of a number one ho
tel, but what pleases you and I is tho
large, comfortable rooms; w hy tho dining
room will seat IihJ people, and is3oxll!j
feet, with steam wariiiinu boxes for plates.
steam cooking apparatus for Vegetables,
these you can gel at anv of tho large city
hotels, but the comfort of lxiiig able to
put a modern trunk in tho same room
where the bud Is, is a rare fea
ture. Thoro aro twenty-four rooms
in suites fronting tin Madison
street especially luted for families, or
i.ines travelling alone; thero Is also one
peculiarity ol the bouse and its guests,
which particularly coiiiuiomls it to these,
the bouse patronage is not sullicient to
warrant a saloon or bar, tho saloon was
rented, ami lilted np in lino stylo a fow
months since, and alter keeping oixrn a
month the-proprietor closed out. stiitinir
that he didn't a vera go a drink a day from
tho guests of the house, llring your wife
and daughters there during race week ami
sec if you don't find your old-fashioned
ideas realized snd without having to wort
gago your crop to pay the bill."
n. XeXaben, No. SS l ulls Street.
llus lust received a lanra and carefully a
lifted spring stuck, all of the luteal de
signs, which he will make up in suits at
reasonable prices, Special bargains for
If von want a llrnt-clsss suit of clothes
that will til yon perfectly and last yon un
til you grow tired of looking at them, go
to Johnston A Vance's, tinder the l'ealxxly
Hotel, and you will certainly get them.
Johnston A Vance keep the bent line of
clothing and rente' furnishing goods to lie
found in tho city, and every suit of do lu s
and each article sold la guaranteed just ns
represented. This is one of tho oldest and
inwl rellalilo clothing bouse In the city.
anil their immense trado today is tho la-it
evidence of their popularity and fair deal
ing. J heir stoto ta supplied with clerks
whoso individual popularity has made
Johnston A Vanco'a tho resort for tho best
young men of the city.
T?i.l iirnlnr fmm lit l-taf will aMn at ll.ji
principal hotels in the following towns:
jprn jm itsonpon, Ara,
April .'T-llste.ville, Ark.
April -'il-Corning, Ark.
April 27-l'srairoiild. Ark.
April 2ti Joncslxiro, Ark.
1'iitieiiU now uudcr treutmeut bo sure
See next Rundsy's fncr.
OaT for Oklahoma.
Tho Kansas Citv. Fort Kcctt A Memphis
HailriMiil forms thn direct .mute from
Memphis to tho Oklahoma country. The
hind ollii-es will lie located in Southern
Kansas and accessible to tl.ia line. The
route via Kansas City or Cherry isle, Kas.,
Is tho Ix-ki way to rracli there, l-or maps,
ratew and Ixirticulars call at ' T.l'.i Main
stiecL II. I. 1 l l la,
Your price is theirs. Itosln, Hurst A
lrevlns will si'll to the bluhixit bidders next
Tuesday, Weiui-lay anil Thursday, April
i' 24 and 2o. hce ad vcrtisomcol on other
Ontrr tmrrr Tabarra
From the Memphis tins-cry Company,
sole agents, Memphis, Tenn.
lie SfeMtaaM Traa w eetary. sis naia.
Have tho larin-sl lino of trunks, valises
and hand satchela in the city, which they
Will sell at the lowest prices.
S Te Mf.
CofTco In the city.
(oxtpmw A Ciit si ihi.l.
Rrir l.ltrry Mania,
Fuller A Alsobrook. iw Monroe street.
are prepared to furnish you a handsome
lesiu lor SU rive or iu auouu lue races.
limit, HcasT A luiKrrt s will hold a
siMx Ial auction sale of Cigars aud Tobacco
Wedncsdsy, April 24.
Jackson Mound I'ark grand opening
Sunday at 2 and 8 p.m.
Mstrnts Htram Cnrx-t Cleaning and
lnovuting Woiks, 2'M lsl street Telo
I f, M. (jHitirruili. No. p) ktsd.soa
irel, n-al tuur " sud eollsct your
CnANOB OP BANK OFFICIALS.
The Memphis City bank's New President
Thora was art election yesterday at the
Memphis City Dank building on Vuiou
street, ut whiehi CoL 1, Dudloy Fraysur
was selected as presideut, vice Johu K.
Speed, resigned, aud Mr. Kobert J. Iihu-k
was chosen vice-president The vote east
was largo, all lifit about one-third of tho
stockholders casting for their favorites,
and the successful gentlemen wero elected
by a largo majority.
Tho newly elected president, Col. 1$. 1).
Fraysor, bos been known in this commu
nity from boyhood. Ho was well edu
cated at a military college, studied law,
wont to the war, stood (irmly and fought
against the vicissitudes of the ieriod;
camo homo at tho close of tho coutest like
tho rest of tho Southern phalanx, covered
with glory, but por 'u purse; wont to
work with vim and energy, made a lino
succeas aa a lawyer ana ununeior, and
now he ranks among tho most conspicu
ously successful citizens of Momphis.
Mr. ltobU J. illack, the Vico-1'resident,
was chosen to fill tho vacancy uimle by
Col. Frayser's promotion from that posi
tion. Mr. Black wont to the bunk yester
day shortly before S o'clock in the after
noon to serve as ono of tho election com
mittee, and his election was a very great
aurprlao to him, as bo had no aspirations
for the position, nor did he expect to be
honored. However, ho will accept and
will use bis Inlluence as well as his best en-
orgy to keep tho allium of the bank in first
class order. During the ensuing summer
it is oxnectnd that Col. Kravser will aa
abroad, and whilo away the duties of Pres
ident, w hich are quite onerous, will do
volvo largely upon him. Mr. Illack made
a popular clerk of the Chancery Court
for Shelby County, and whilo thoro he
won renown for his cureful aud
judicious management of largo sums
of money which falls to the lot of tho
olllcial w ho holds that position to euro for.
Since his retirement i'oiu public ollico
several years ago, bo has beeu quite sue-
cchsiui as tho cashier ol tho becurily
Savings r.iiuk and also as a real estutu
dealer, as well as a fiduciary agent, re
quiring judgment, skill and familiarity
with local and general nuances, lloth ho
mid Col. Fravser are members of the Odd
Fellows of Memphis, aud both are also
devoted and caruesl Christians, and both
aro in tho prime of a vigorous mauliood.
The Urralnt liars o the Week
win Un ii. ,i mi ,.,..i r...
, ill I'D liju viiv iiiu I'vi'i'iv nil. aaiiinii '
the old and reliable shoe store of J. M.
Hill A Co., comer Muiu and I'nion slreelr,
whero all of the latest tips in tho shoe
Inn!., fin. 1 In,,!" nnil ui'iipn .Mill, a.f aili.u.M
......v .an av an,.., mux. v...j ',.i. .a nmn n
old is guaranteed to win satisfaction and
t'alarrit I urrd.
A clrn-vmnn. nfter venrs nt sutTerlnir from
that liHitliHomv disease. Catarrh, and vainly
trying every know n remedy, at lost found a
recix whii h completely cured and saved
him fmiii deutli. Any sum-rcr from thin
dn-mlfiil diseuse Minding a self niUn'snil
siiiiiih-iI envvlopo to I'rof. J. A. Lawrence,
o. sh Mirn n iilrri-t, ,pw york uty, will
rec eive the reiiie frse of charge.
oautf Maa Urm Tala.
If you want to trot a thorough business
education, be sure to attend l' bliu's llusi-
ness t ollcce. .No. TM Mam street It h
ono of the Ix-st Commercial Colleges in tho
Smth. sud I rof. . 1. atson is a teacher
of exH-rienco and reputation, whoso s-n-
manship la aperleei marvel, il you resiilo
in the country, wnlo to Loddin'a llusi neps
College for circulars.
Tua cli'ant "Mon. K-hioiim" oil pa n'.
ing, valued at fiV'ii, and rallb-d by the
(iibmiti lurnituro Co. ut their alore. No.
UoH Main street, last evening, was won by
ticket No. 18, held by Mr. James Mosby,
of Cockrum, .Miss. This was the first of a
aeries of Saturday night drawings for an
elegant oil paliibug mounted In a costly
frame, which this i-uterprising firm prom
ises their patrons to continue uil May 11,
Hsu. This firm has the reputation of car
rying an elegant hint of alt kinds of house
bold furniture, which the knowing onet
claim is sold cht-spcr Ihsn ran Ihj Uuight
elsewhero in the city, togi-ther with the
fact that each purchaser to the amouut of
$-'.00 Is given a chance in the drawing of
the oil painting, should induce panics
wanting furniture of any kind to secure tho
prices of the Oilison Furniture Co. before
placing their orders elsewhere.
A Falsi Scknt, by Mrs. Alexander, is
Marriiure a FailurvT by (Jollier. I.ippln
cotl'a .Magazine for May, with fjitiiner's
new novel, A Chain of Krrors; The Open
iHior, by lllanche Howard, author of One
Summer. Tho Alpine Fay, a new novel
(nnil the (icriuan of Werner. Tho I'retty
Sister of Jose, by lUitnett, anil Marion
Crss lord's last work, Ureifeusleiu, can bo
bad at Munslord a.
M . 14. T. II.
Coffee in tho city.
Oooiiim A Cue at ii i li..
tirt Taar Mussr
Or carrlsgo from Fuller A Alsobrook, M
Monroe stu-et, anil goto tho raxsin hand
soma style. Tel. H."i.
Tta Mraiial Iraaa I arlarjr, SIS Mala,
Have tho Urgent line of trunks, vsllsct
and band antchels lu the city, which they
will sell at (he lownst prices.
UxniiiMiLn kid shoes sud Oxford ties la
tho leading colors for ladies, rubers and
children at . Am.tit, !'. A Co. 'a,
i''7J Main Street.
Jackson Mound I'ark concert Sunday
sfternoon and night.
( ir.Htl. MUM V..
MI'Kl.l.KH Th luiwral ul Pi Ul Kl.wu
Mrruil will Uki- lau-i lrmi I'. M. Siaiili-r's I'll
ilrrlxllns Kiuiihi Hits (-I NPAVI mnriilna si 10
o'riiirk Krleu.U aiul aixjiisiiiUiiii luilu-i Ui l
MAtflt-Ths fiinml ul Vr l.e.inr.. oiilr
ilsiisliti-r ul Tlnini." r s-il His T. Mslrr. will
take iilara Irnm rwlileler. N.i M IlKh ilrMl. Hill
(Xt MAYlIU'nuMjl lucl.xk. IrliliU ol Hi
lamlly Imlltxl liialtiiii l
"n7or r. J. ii mkiIi n.tm r..
'pilK. lll.Mlil.ll-l "V MIL liKi'llll l ll'XIK lit
I (iri"-iih r ami J'llln i" ar fi-i r. l n 4
tlila l-l MlA Vi iniirnllm ul I' N -lamai s I luli.
It'll III. Illl Maallaaill tll.vl I .lltXiM. til al-
li nilllia I h liltu'laj ia eiil lata- in.-iiilt.-r, l.uw su
Mi ri i s A lull alii ailini i ilinnxL
li) ix.l-r , j M W.i I.I.I., l'r-Mnt.
jliMl ASttnS, Hfiri-'jiri
Matt Stewart & Go.
CUTLERY, MECHANIC.'!' TOOLS
Garden Implements. Screen Doors
Tllf. HKT UWK MliAI.lt IN Tllr. MMlKrTT.
030 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
TELEPHONE 1. 181.
X. II-lliillilara ami fatimsli-rs a III Dn4
It In Ihalr latarfx.1 lo Li iail" mr IIixkIi
Tba T.iIiii hl.tr et Ti" ,y" A""a
qusut ou May I. Is.aH f a uffarlnxt!" af'
or 1 o kur blvt CuaU lu I-!
j y tv I I.I. t AMI TruaUsfc
Many a Life
HAS been saved by the prompt use of
Ayur's Pills. Travelers by land or
soa are liable to constipation or othor
derangements of the stomach and bowels
which, if neglected, lead to serious and
of ten fatal oousequoucos. The mostiure
means of correcting these evils is the use
of Ayer'a Cuthurtlo Tills. The pru
dout sailing-master would as soon go to
aea without bis chronometor as without
a supply of thoso Tills. Though prompt
and euorgetlo In operation, Ayer's Pills
leave no Ul otTocts ; they are purely
vegetable aud sugar-coated ; the safest
tneilicliio for old aud young, nt homo or
" For eight years I was afflicted with
constipation, w hich at last bocaiuo so
bail that thu doctors could do no more
for mo. Then I lxgan to take Ayer's
I'llls, anil soon the Imwrls recovered
their natural aud regular action, to thut
Dow 1 am lu
health. "Mrs. C. E. Clork, Tewksbury,
" t rcR-nrd Ayer's Pills as o'io of the
most reliutil general remedies of our
times. They have bean ill use III my
family for affections requiiing a purna
' live, and have given unvarying satisfac
tion. We have (mind them an excallnut
remedy for rolda anil tight fevers."
W. It. Wotslson, Fort Worth, Texas.
" For several years I have relied more
upon Ayer'a I'llls than upon anything
else In the mcillcino cliest, to ri-Kiilate
my bowels and thoso of the ship's crew.
These Pills aro not severe iu their ac
tion, but do their work thoroughly. I
have used them with good ettcct for
the cure of rheumatism, kidney Iron,
bl ea, and dvspepsia." ("apt. Mueller,
tiU-itinshlp Felicia, Now York City.
" I have found Ayer'a Cuthurtlo Plllfi
to lie a better family medicine for com
mon use thau any other pills wiihln my
knowledge. They are not only very
cfTecttvii, hut sale and pleasant to take
qualities which must make tlit-m
valued by the public," Jules Uauel,
I'erlumur, Philadelphia, l'a.
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Matt.
Hold by all Daalars lu Medicines.
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MAIN AND MADISON STRESTS
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WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
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Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods EntitLd to a Chance.
My goods are first class in every respect, and I guarantee every piece that leaves my estab
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No. 301 Mum Streot, : : : Mompliia, Tenn.
I ff Order by uisul reoejva Mm stUotlga sui la person-aial
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W Cordially Invite Our Patrons und tho Trtvda Ooaorally to Call a til
Examine Our Complote Htook of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Every Dosorlptlon, Which Wo OfTor at LOWEST MARKET Prlcef
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ORGILL BROS. & CO , 310-312
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
S04 & 398 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
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Ohloftaln Hny Rake, Dannor Plantor, O impboll Corn Drill,
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ne nPeHna iiH'-m in rntuivilMiin with nv markal
.t. i imwoM.
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Lemmon & Gale Company,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 323 and 328 Main Street, Momphlt, Tena
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(BUOt'KHrtOlW TO lifrKM, IHJ AM k CO.)
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