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THE MEMPHIS APPEAI TUESDAY. ATOII, 23; 1889.
SILVER MOON BAKING POWDERS
This "Sliver Moon" Baking Powder, whloh has been manu
factured by us and used In our Rstall Department for bo many
years before soiling out that Department, Is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powdar Material, in which
no Alum or any injurious substance whatever ia uaed.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
Bern IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AC
. GOOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT IS PUItE.
Buy It From Your Own Orooer. We Sell at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIYER-FIMIE GROCER C0MP1
AND WE LOST ANOTHER.
CHATT ANOOQ A DEFEATS MEMPHIS
A SEOONO TIME.
New Orleans Does the Same Thing With
Charleston, and Atlanta and Birming
ham Dlvld Association Games Yes
Bpeelsl Plspsteh to The Appeal.
Chattasoooa, Tonn., April 22. Chat-
tnnoogn won today's gnuio from Memplils
with hands down in the first inning. The
feature of the gnmo wna tho fine tlcl Jinat
of the locals, only threo errors beins cred-
itcd to them. Much cuthusinsm is folt
hero uow over tho team. Following is the
OFFICIAL SCO UK.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
06.00 PBB HJEZRIEIXj.
NEW ROE HERRING.
rHATTAMnCKU. A.B R. 11.11 P.O. A. K.
llorTont, 1. I S 1 1 0 0 0
Miller, i. s 4 113 0 0
Mot or,, u 110 11 j
HMt!r, c 4 0 0 4 1 0
IoIkhii. r. f 1 0 0 0 1 0
1 It!. J b 4 0 0 J 6 3
T.H.Iiey, I b 4 1 0 16 0 0
Junto, p 4 0 3 1 0 0
KKv, c. 1 4 0 0 3 0 0
Total ! 4 4 37 16 1
mkmpiiis. A.. a n il r.o. a. a.
Pruderies, s 4 0 0 3 1 0
Down, ib 4 0 0 4 4 0
Mrllrl.la, I. ( 4 1 3 0 0 0
(snarly, 1 b 4 0 3 9 0 3
HI. l.llo, o. 10 17 1 1
Keller, o. I ............. 4 0 13 0 0
McAuUIVf, p. 1 0 0 0 1 0
O'Kourkv, 1 b...M 4 0 0 1 4 1
fc'llicr, r. I 4 0 0 3 0 0
hiuilh, p. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Toliiln T (i IT II 7
BALDWIN KNOWLT ON & LAKE
Kiirnod runs t'huttnnongn,
1. IHiublo plnys 1'itnnn
KaJy, looliey itniuwiHteu. llinu
banc hits ('iissiidv 2. Stolon bases iht
Biui. AicAiiliiio. .Met oy, looiiey, Jones.
Mruek out Ily Jones, 4; MeAulillo, 6;
Smith. U. Huso on bulls Jones. 1: Mc
Aulilfo, 4; Smith, 1 Umpire HursL
John Burrows, colored, of Chelsea, is
wuiting triul for wife-Leuling.
laborers aro still in demand on the
plantations in Arkansas mid Mississippi.
"Gono to the rapes," is tho stereotyped
answer to all inquires about people now
adays. The expert who Is to lay the brick pavo
munt on Korth Court street arrived yes
tcrday. Tho hull to lie given for tho lienellt of
tho Memphis Red has been postponed un
til May 28.
Komo amateur burplnr and info blower
attempted to opn the safe at Kohlbry's
fcuturduy night, but tailed.
John Fanner was before Justico Huuhey
yesterday on a eliai-go of wile whipping
and wu fined $13 (or hit Indulgence.
F.d.tor Zimmerman was arrested lust
nitiht as one of a committee who gave a
ball without tho regular license.
Two sports, George Frszier snd Henry
fVott, wvro arretted by OHircr Mahon last
niht on a cliarKO of assault and battery.
The irambliui( place near tho race track
were closed up yesterday by the MierilT
under the instructions fcoro Judtro DuIIoko.
If the Prudential flection should come
off now, Tela would lose some, of her
JoO.OUO majority. They aro at the Mem
The case of "Dr." J. P. Jay vs. "Pr."
Virgil Johnson, a snukodoctor. will be the
principal attraction at tho l'olico Court
Mainrie Wynne, a eoloreJ servant, I un
der rrest for lionuhrcaking and steuliiitf a
lot of clothing and aonifl money from the
. rvsidcuce of Frank, at No. 120 Main it rift.
F.lirs lVennett, colored, Is in Jail, chanted
with attempting to murder a Xonconnah
bottom white farmer named I-eddm by
jxiiwm. The evidence against her is very
Whilo Mr. J. Slaughter was alocplnir, at
No. 4ft Front titroet, some one entered bis
room and stole a gold watch out o( bis vest
pocket. The thief left tho chain on tho
Chess players of the city, from the low
est to the highest grade of proficiency, are
warming up tinder tho announcement of
a meeting called for haturdny night next.
The club will bo formed, and to remain.
Tho man who ia on the inside of tho
races and pools, and who ha valuable tips
but not money enough to get into the rac
ing park, U quite numerous. His ward
robe is scant, but bis loquacity Is oioit
The lion. James Phelan closed, hi lesti-
' in the Flon contest yester-
Ijiton now hns ten days in
I....I. . ll... ...I -I I. I. ..WW. .n.i
Willi U IU1VIII1) H'Wlllll,. V (lit.. I. v. win.
then tho whole mass goe to the clerk of
lower House of Congress.
Jess Ferguson was lined i.j ly itccordcr
Haddcn ynsterday for siding a prisoner to
sraim from Justice Ksndi-rhn'a court.
That "loiifh" gave the 1'uhr Court JIU0
out of the same esse, tho other unfotiii
nstes being John White, $..", snd J. V
(verly, f.'KJi Kevenue raixing is a great
There will be an Interesting service, of
song and gwix-l meeting in tho mkiiiis of
the Young Men's Christian Associatiun
this evening at o'clot k, to which
every man in Memphis is cordially in
vited. After tho cnel meeting an hour
will l spent in the grmnssium (r th
development of tho physical man. Young
We Are Headquarter
For the very finest Imported Cigar to be
bad In this country. Wo rvcvlvo fresh
sliii'inents weekly, dinn-t fmtn Havana.
Ve are liead'iuarters for all 1 airing and
r.i'lsil news. In lact we bavo ever) thing
to Interest you. We also are un-town
hradouartcrs for Ititco Tickets, wbieh you
can conveniently nurrhnMi from us at the
sumo timo you buy your Cigai.
I. tiAMF.IXlH A Co.,
LAFATKTTI PARK UUTKL,
RU Louts, Mo.
To families yisiling HU louls we would
iwominenti tbn sIkjvo betel. It I besu
lifullr situated OpiKisito Iifsvetlr) Park.
and is lb beet kept fuuiily hotel iu tlio
Dox't forget to get tickets for Piinsel
Cox's lecture at the Memphis Theater to
Fi l l. Vtvm Hilrt a specialty. Finish
rvpial to new. Memphis Htesin Iiiindr
2.4 hecond trceL llrauch Olliee, j
M ad ison strsi-t.
th Nvmplil Trsinh rrtry, II llsls),
llsve the Isrgeet line of trunk, valise
ind bund satchels in tlio city, w hich they
111 sell at llie lowest price.
Ix'i ns your gin bouses in tho Cilliens'
liisuraucu company, No. 43 Madisou street.
day. Col. lM
Mr. Frank Jamf., of Dalian, Tex., is
nuiomr the recent arrivals.
Fuank Wiixiamsom and wifo aro in the
city, visiting rvlutivos.
Mks. N. M. Snkbo, postmiMtrcs lu
Lalirango, wu in tho city yesterday.
Miss Nkvki.i.e Komo no, of Mississippi,,
la nn a visit to her si leer Mr. Jno. V.
Mus. A. O. Javks will leave for Hot
Fprings, Ark., Unlay to be absent several
Miss Mittib Wii.i.iamos hns returned
homo after a pleasant visit to relative in
Mr. ano Mus. M. Loo am have retnrnnd
from Florida, and are located at the l'rlddy
llouso, No. G5 I'uion stroet,
Uoiikrt Kcaiics, repreMiiiting Heller A
Ilotrinan, chair mnnulacturersof M. Louis,
ia in the city in tho interest of hi linn.
Artiu'r 8. Jrhsap, publisher of the
llumlxildt (Tenn.) Mnmmnrr, arrived in
tho city ycsterJuy on btuiucs aud pleasure.
Mrs. If. IT. Caor and Mix Katie
Handy, of Helena, Ark., are the guests of
Mesdainc King and Khodcs, 221 Linden
A mono the prominent race men o Texas
Hint arrived hint night aro Mcwtrs. Juko
Johnson, Luke Short, Harvey lluyhey,
K'lin McConnell and Jelf lavin.
!r. Lew Waluacr will arrive tomor
row morning on a visit to his son. Mrs.
W alliiec arrived a day or two lliey
w ill bo guests at tho (iayoso.
Tux l!ov. Dr. M i: Hiehardson and
wifo lelt bwt evening for Chicago to attend
the marriage of tlioir son. Key. I II.
liiehardton and Mis Dcssio Van-Pelt, of
Joim I. Town. i- tlio wlde-awako rei-
resentiveof tbn hirgo varnish i-Ntablixh'
un lit of Murphy fc Ca, of bU Iuiis, is in
tho city, circulating amoug Li many
Lt's 6nonr. of Fort Worth. Tex., ono
of tho kest known and mo-t popular
siioning men iu tlie West and South, is at
the (iayoso, and will be at the Jockey
Club court every day during the present
Visitors on 'Chaniro vclcrdar: Sam
Frank, Holly Springs, Mis.; Mrs. Jseob
Feis and Italph Feis, ltirmingbam, A Is.;
Mrs. Sam Seldom, cltv: John J. I-ercli,
New Yo:k; K Moses, Ixmisville, Ky.; W.
J. rorbes. Atlanta, (ta.: John it. vsrnoii.
Mount Vernon. III.; (i. II. Wihett, Ksnsss
City, Mo.; W. V. .Moore. Oakland. Miss.
Hood'i Ssrinonrilla is peculiar lo Itself sml
suprnor to sit ollirr preuinillous In ulrrngtli,
economy sml medieinsl mrril.
OMtlitws HrMlt JalL
Marios', Ind., April 22. tieorgo iHilvin,
Cburles iKilvin and Frank Walton, three
of the four desperadoes who roblicd sev
eral stores at viinllurcn a niontu ago,
esened jail here Snturday night by sswing
Ihruugh two sets ol liars, ttoorgn ilson,
the fourtli man, held to answer the asms
offense, was unable to crawl through the
lioln lv which In pals escsnoiL .Vine ol
tho fugitives bavo as yet lfn overhsulcd
Sew Orleitn 7, 4 liarlfsloa
Cikh-IsI PtMHiti b lo Ilia ApiK'ul.
CiiAi:i.tsTos, S. C., April 22. Tlio "Sea
Gulls made a desperate spurt bxluy and
gave tho visitors all they could do to get
in the odd run. lho scoro lulls the story,
Thu locals outllclded the visitors, but they
were weak on battery work. II union, of
New Orleans, got eight victims, whilo
Stupleton bagged but one. Tho scoro tied
on the seventh Inning, and six mora wcro
phived beforo New Orleans got in tho win
ning run in tho gloaming. The locals are
playing under disadvantages, llillcry, their
first baseman, being sicK. Hurst on did
superb work in tho box and was loudly
applauded. Attendance not over l.lHW,
l oiioniiig is mo
niAHi rio. a. a a b n s. a r.o. a. r.
Mxin, c. I ft o 0 o 1 o o
.iis.i.t 6 1 o o e o i
Murrny. Ih 6 0 119 0 0
r lUilmmciu, 3 1)-... 0 1 1 1 b 0
Itaiiasr. . 0 1 I I S 1
lli-minnr, r. ( ........ 4 3 0 0 1 0 1
Wlislrn.ll S I 1 0 19 0 I
llraii'leiibunr, e. 3 1 0 4 0 0
blsplslou, p. ........ 10 1111 0
T.ill 4 K lJ 4
nit oaiiAKi u s. an.ar.o. A. a.
Piilhrmin.c. 0 1 0 S 0 C
II. ill.n. I. 71031 I
MM.mrlt. 1 b...- I 1 0 15 0 1
-..ell. r. I I I 0 0 0 I
W.M. 3 b... I 1 V 4 1 0
Kalnell. I. f... I 1 0 I J I
Ihmle. 1 b S I 0 0 1 I 0
lln.l.in. p ..... ft 3 I 0 0 14 1
tn.bttitnou, c....- 0 0 II I 0
Tntslt .. IVi i 7 II I 0 :nt 4
Timo of gauio 2.0.
rimrl.il..ii- 1 1 0 0 0 I 1
New Orleaiii. 0 10 110 1
Summary: F-rned runs Charleston, 1
New Orleans, 2. Two-base bits Whuleu
and llrsnilorbenr. Total base hi Is Charles
ton, 11; New Orleans II. Imt base on
balls - Charleston, 6; New Orlosns, 4.
U'll on bases -4. 'Imrleston, 7; New Or
leans, lilt Struck out ily Stapleloii, I;
Huston, 8. Fussed lialls lraiillilxrg, 1:
Schan herson, 1. Halter bit lty Stiiplo-
lon. 2. iNnililo Ilas ICausey. hilzsim
nions and W halen.
Allssila . Hirmlnatian 7.
Hmll !'l-l h lo l b. AmI.
Atlasta, Gs., April .Atlanta won
today's gaino from Itirminghain before a
good crowd. Tho gains was flno both in
batting and field work, Atlanta outplay
ing lho visitor from tho ((art. Tho lull
score is as follows: Ailunta, 2 in first; 4
in second; 3 In seventh. Ilirmingham, 1
in first; 1 in fourth; 2 In sixth; 2 in
seventh. Two-bsso bits Sterling, Hen-
man, Kelly, Twobey. 1 led her 2. Two
base bit ialy. Double play Cline and
Key. I uipiro Nelson.
it throughout '.tooae playing was done at
time by both teams and at other stages
brilliant nlay would set the crowd wild.
Catchea by Griffin and Tucker aud several
doublo plav on' both sides woro the fea
tures. CunuingUain pitched for llaltl-
more, and did greut work up to the eighth
inning when bo lot down, owing to having
been hit on th hand and was then
touched op (or four singles which netted
three runs, bcore: IJaltimore 10, llrook
lyn 4. ; .
HI. IjuIs 13, I.oiiUtIIIs.
Louisvili.x, Ky., Ajirill 22. St. mm
won touay oy naru inumg, Mrauon
pitched fairly Will, but they got tho hang
of his delivery and pounded out runs at
will. Thev were iiuipea mit Uy IaiuihviIIo s
errors in which Tomney again led. Chum-
berlatn did good wotk una tlio hits iniuio
off him were scattered. Wcutlier, Hue;
attendance. 1,200. Score: Louisville, 0;
St Louis, 13.
TAKEN BACK TO TRENTON.
Sheriff Bain Return WHb Elmer Rlnlck,
Alia Will Smith.
Sheriff J. F. llain reached tho city this
morning, and with Prosecuting Attorney
A. G. Knight both gentlemen being of
ficers of Grundy County, Missouri re
turned to Trenton, having iu charge Khucr
Iiinick, chargod with murder. ShoriU'liuiu
Is of Tennessee extraction, bis father hav
ing left West Tennessee in 1837 nnd set
tled in Missouri. There aro branches of
tho family in this Stato still. Ho was quite
delighted to secure Kinick, and compli
mented the Mom phis police liberally.
Y'ou sec." said Presecuting Attorney
Knight, "we elected itain Sheriff up thoro.
and he lias bad some bad luck. We tried
a catllo man shortly alter Mr. llain went
into olllce mid fined him $1,000 and gave
hi in six montbi iu jail. The follow laid
out a part of tho imprisonment and pro-
osed paying tho Hue. Wo wanted the
money lor tlio schools, ami it lie hud paid
it we would huvo let him go. Mr. liain
took him out one day to give him a chance
to raise the money. He went to the cattle
rauclio owned by the prisoner, and while
talking to tho prisoner's w ife permitted his
charge to go up stairs to chiwgo clothing.
Well, thu prisoner didn't come down stairs
yet He reached the ground through thu
window and has been going ever since.
That is why Mr. Ham is so anxious to re
deem hiiiiM'U on this man."
"I'll catcu tho other fellow, too," said
tho Sheriff. "And if ho ever comes to
Memphis. I know these genlleiuuu will
get In in. '
l.iiiick consented to accompany the
ollicers without a requisition.
A lrUUIIi.il Aerldeat.
IUlkka, Mout, April 22. A frightful
accident occurred at the rrsidenco of Al
fred Meyer, ol Hillings, last night Tho
victim was a girl by tho iiamo of Sclma
Holme. Shu bud iturtcd a fire in the
kitchen slovo with which to proparo the
evening meal, using a scrap of paper
taken from a box m ar by. Among tho
bits of paper huppcticd to la) a pnekugn of
sun powder, placed tliem by the girl Willi
other paK'rs hieJi she bad taken from a
trunk belonging to her brother. She
placed a liuhtcd match lo tho contents of
the stovo and an explosion followed In
stautly. Tho girl wu blinded by tho
Miwdur. Her clothing taught fire and In
tho excitement she run out into the street
all aliluo. It was several miuutes heforo
ho whs overtaken, and when the Humes
were extinguished it was found that she
was horribly burned about the bead, fuco
aud arms. Her injuries uro believed to be
4tkl l.ralslalwrs la 'hsllHs.
8eiwl llk b lo Ike AppsaL
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 22. Tho
following members of the Ohio Legislature
arrived here last niuht from New Orleans:
Hon. 8. M. Taylor, Uibana; It. F. Hay
ward, Seigi-snt-at- rnis, Springfield; David
tanning, Chief Clerk of lho Senate, Co
lumbiis; U C. U laml, of Huron County.
The party except the latter wcro accomp
anied by their wives. They will remain
hero severs! days. They aro on a pleasure
trip tendered by tho IJiioen 1resconU
It. W. Khlpn-Robt. M. BntUr.
Special DlKpatrh to Tho Appeal
Yaxoo Citv, Miss., April 22. Capt It
W. Shipp, a pionovr of Y'assoo Couutv, a
man of high standing nnd commanding a
wido circle of friends, died last night after
a few day Illness, in the seventy-sixth
year of his ago, at his plantation, five
mile below Y'azoo City.
Capt Robt. M. Butler was stricken with
paralysis of tho heart, living but a few
moments ufter the attack, lie was a suc
cessful planter, a man of commanding po
sition in tho community nnd his death in
volves sad and aincero regret. Ho was a
native of New Orleans, whore his.brolher,
Hon. Mark Uutler, now resides.
Hoston, Mass , April 22. Stanton lllnke,
ono of tho Wat kuown citi.'.eus of ltoston,
died early this morning, after a week's Ill
ness. He was born in this city in 1S:7.
Rev. K. (', Cowan llnc.
Rpedal Pivnlcli to The Apxul.
Y'axoo Citv, Miss., April 22. Rev. F
C. Cowan, tho beloved Kpiscopal rector of
Trinity Church, lies ery low, and his
death is imminent. Irrespective of ro
ligious people, thu whole community feels
deeply his illness and its probable end.
Orgill Bros. & Co
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We Cordially Invito Our Patrons nnd the Trade Generally to Call ant
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Of Every Description, Which Wo OlTbr at LOWE3T MARKET Pricef
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
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Sterling. 1 1
I no r l.......M.MW
remlrr. i b
I linn, lb
HseiM'lnslI, f. I
Murmy, c .
Dom't fowt to
Cox's lecture at the
rt tickets for Sunset
Memphis Theater lo
ll. Mrwakan, Na. tulaa) SI reel.
IIus Inst received a largo and can'fully so-
ected snrlna stock, all ol the latest de
signs, Inch lie will make up III suits at
rciisouubln price. Sie:ial bargains lor
M ilia. e. I
I nvn)i.h. I. f
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I'sili'T. 1 b
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Se. lnl M'pslrbluTbs Ap-L
iU i x Hill, Miss., April 22. Mr. Jen
nings Topp, a prominent cilixen of tin
plsco, was tho lucky bolder of oiie-lweu-lielh
of tho ticket which drew JHM.IXK)
in the last draaing of tho UmUiuns lot
tery. Mr. Top lis a gtent many frienils
who congratulate hliu u ins goo. I lor nine.
CAtltO. Til , April r.'.ltlver31 lost (Inrlirssoil
rl.nm. WesUu-r !"? sml rwil.
WIIKKI.ISU. W. V. Aefd ?i-lllver 7 I'H
4 lixiiea aixl UIIIii. Wi-siIm t rlisr.
rVANsVII.I.K, ln'1. Aptil -Hirer II tcel t
lurlii ami .Uiiioanrr. Wi-sdu r rliar.
KKW (illl KANS. la.. April 7i-Weilmr rlmr
ami warn. lrrtsL run tis aim uaiites, l
Vli Knt'R(J. Ml., April ?-'.-Hlter IslMni
Pwl ilnan: Arkanwi. t llr. I'auril ll. dul l
Ins eur, t Uy nl St Louis.
hf. I.Ot IS, Mo , April ?- -nlret rl.lnf rsplillv:
s'.fn II Pi t, sriM-ni i ii-i iu it uuur.
Arrival: i ur ol i sim, .-.!' i" t
IiCISVII.I.K Kr-. April yi-ltliTe rl.lns
lib S lavl pi li" ins on Hie Pills. s)n kil
lu Ui causL eaibn i suJ lns auL
AMN4N 11 IOM.
Don't forget to get ticket for Punsel
Cox' lecture at tho Mcmphi Theater to
p RtMovrn ar tiis f.s or coco is a.
And It stlmulauaauJ promote the grotth
ill the hair.
HurnoU'i Fluvorini txtracl ar lb
r. II. A. UerWIaa-, Ha. 1 Mala tr.
I tirepsrd to deliver lew cream, per gul-
Ion at 11.00, (1.50 and upward. Cuks
and cream at parlors.
"'" arna Warka,
Nos. 81 axu 83 Madison Stmxxt,
Builder f.f FinaVrbh lr.
Alklellra IV. ( alamkna ,
riiiLADM I HIA. Pa.. April 22, Tho
Athletics bad an easy time Ibis afternoon.
Wldncr's pitching was bit (n.-ely sud bis
supjHirt wss of the worst possible dincrlii-
lion. Tho Inlielding ol UiertMiier, J--ler
Lac curtains cleaned and besntifiilly
finished at Mcmphi Steam 1-aundry, 224
occonu sireru i.rsnrii oinee l aiuinnou.
Tfca Maatakla Traak rs'lar, l Mala.
Have the largest lino of trunks, valise
and hsnd satchels in the city, which they
will sell at the lowest prices.
IVh't forget to Rt llckeU for Sunset
Cox' leclur at lb Mempbia Theater to-Bight
day and Gn-enwood wss gosl. out no op.
Eirtunitie were oncreti ior nnumnv son.
ward and Robinson officiated the
Athletic bstlerv for tliaa llrst threo Innings
and were then relieved by Mattiuiorri slid
Giinninn. Score Alhlelio toluiu-
. 4 laalaaall la, Kaasaa My S
Cixcixsati, O., April 22. The Clncin-
natis put up sn errorless game bxlay and
di ti nted tho Kansas City leatn without
anv irnal etlort. isu pitched with splen
.li.l results for Ihe iti-d. and whilo Swart-
,. l did well, vet bis delivery was batted si
critics! slsg-s of thgame. lho fielding
of Ik-srd. ilollidsy and 1mg, and the bat
i.n..i Knillv were tho festurea. Attend
unco 3.2UO, (kora: Cincinnati 10, Kauan
llalllnsara 10, llraablra.
nAiTmosa. Md., April 22,-Tno Rrook
Irn and I'slllmor team played today ba
. .1- rrs. 1 l..U
fore l,'"" pfOpiC. All uiiuiu linn imva
lho lead from tbt oulsol and maintained
a o. toop & co.
Will J ill Order For
A lw as Aar la Aaserlea.
Don't fowl to L'" t tickets for SuilSet
Cox's lecture at the Memphis Theater tonight
J. A. P.am xt A (.,
3,Ti .--( i on I. corner Lnion.
IVix't form-t lo v l tickets f r Siiiom I
Cox' lecture at lho Mcmphi Theater to-uiuht.
Mkmi'Iiis Sieoui Carpet Cleaning ami
Renovating Woiks 22U lU-ale street Telo
Dom't forget to gr. tickets for Sunset
Cox's lectur st the Memphis Theater to
night l.tr T. M. (..athri'i'li. N' 10 Msdlson
Hree rest your lii-es ami cullect your
Don't forget lo g i tikets for Sunset
Cox' lecture at the Memphis Theater tonight
MiiMir. Mri' .
Oil. M ,
n. lis. r. a
: April XX
uvuum. ifiiM.K Xn. lis.
..will eet In .K-"sl fMliluUlll;
rallun Ililt nt'sklVi i-enlM.
iu i... i .... , a lM.vr
h . - i , - i i,, -tifitd.
Mr nrilat i HA I- I'LLM.!, W. M.
AltLJ. I.tlllm -..yl-n. .
X III I II m K, .... i. .. . I o '
r.'.iiiMe. io n.
IH KillAV) arenlatf Ar
the I res m
Bnr liirltwi, n.u,,,, u
Pr orrtef M II AKI'KII, . U.
Vl. U .UWAtSliVHl. Srre-uri.
M, .1 li. If lill Hi's
a. - . ...I IA l--. .1
h. HeoVn.1 I - s U It -.-d-r'"! by
k4fw(H HtM'l r-m' nwr
WORTH knowing ta that blood dls.
eases which all other remedies fail
to cure, yield to Ayer's Darsupurllla,
r resli coiiiiriiiit
tion of this state
niont comes to
hand dally. F.ven
niul stubborn com
plaints as ltliou
KJtlo Gout, anil tlie
rfTKl lILn -r- ll,.,r.,..,.l.
f ly eradicated by
a It ii i Al
i L . VtlVXll derf nl altera
Af3t Dodge. UO
s CJ' l'-'111' street,
tliouwof this won-
York, crrtlllos I
" About two years SK', after sutTerlng
for nearly two years (rem rlii'iiiiistio
Sunt, Ix'lng alils to wulk only wltli great
Iscomfort, and liuvlng tried various
remndies, Including lulneiul wuters,
wltliout relief, 1 suw by an advortlsn
inent In a Chicago pnier lliut a mull liud
been reliernd of tills ditresstng com
plaint, ntier long sulTerlng, by taking
Ayer's SnrNiiparllla. I llieu ilecldud to
inuks a trial of tills medicine, and took
It regularly for eight moulds. I am
pleased lo ssy Hist It rile, ted a com
plete cure, ami lliul I hsva since hod uo
roliirn of tho disease."
Mrs. L. A. Hlsrk, Nnslnis, N. IT..
Writes: "Ona year sin 1 w as taken lit
with rheumatism, being coiiIIiiihI to my
luinse six innntlis. I nnna out of tlio
sickness very much th tilllluleil, with no
sppetltn, anil my srslaui disordensl In
every way. 1 euiiiuioiiced lo usn Ayer's
SsrsapuriUn ami lxKn to Improve at
oner), gaining In strength ami soon re
covering my usual lieslih. 1 can not say
too iniieli lu prulss ol tills well-kuuaa
"I hare tnVn a great deal of medi
cine, but iioihing lias dona ms so
much good as Ayer's Sursnearilla. I
felt IU lienellclal rlTeels In tore. I bad
oiilUt flnishisl ons Ixitlle, and I csn
IriH-ly Irallfy llist It Is the liest IiIihiiI
meilii lnn I li now ol." L. W. Ward, Hi.,
Dr. J. C Aysr It Co.. Lowell, Mats.
rrlrl;sliboUles,i. Worla s Mils.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
S94 & 393 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
"Wli ol e s a 1 e Hiirdware
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Ttako, Bannor Planter, O.tmpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
Lawn Mowors, loo Croam Froozors, Ilandlod and Eye Hoes.
(Pontile and 8'ngleV
All Stylos. All Kinds
f i r Ihs Newct Styles, for I-src Assortment for the V ry Ite.t Qunllty, for All Ftrtes, frnm
a Hu,'Ky to 1 in ! u it. for Fine Humes-, Htuglo or I'oub e, (or tlie Most Itrs'Oiiubls 1'rlcrs,
Go to W. S. Bruco & Co., Monroe Street
THE WOODRUFF & OLIVER CO.
ST0P.START AND FLY BACK
GOLD Hunting and Opon Faco
SILVER-Huntlngand Open Face
C. L. BYRD & CO.
MAIN AND MADISON 8TIIEET3
WEBB & MAURY,
023 Front Rt..
CHAIN AND COMMISSION
"T; t iiitiniii i
1 IIII'MIUI AM1M
Im Iflll.t.ill. H.I !
-u.s.fe.rt.s ...a- t'.i.i
f.M. r-; .,1 rU'im w. in,....i-w u .1
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Ill Ih.. II', I. RnHI wl lliMhMMik ' O.
I ...... - Nlli-lilllIM ..IMI.II I ill-,
i ii.nr.. -.Ik.. kU m.-1
SASCX XLXC1 KlOVO.nsl s .w.tT lAIVU au
Nos. 380 and 82 Front Stroof, t i i Memphis, Tonnossee).
rntrrrOP4.-A. AVo. drufT. P. T. purlrr. J. r. Neely, J. K Oliver, F. I.. Woodruff.
Our riprln stork of KINK VKII l I.M is enmplale, and e Invite an InrpacUooot
ma iilTerlnf prices In niinetiilnn with snr market
, T. I INHOf,
TOM OAt W,
i. r. aniJDaj
Lemmon a Gale Company.
DRY. GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Ko. 320 and 323 Main Streot, Memphli, Tena
w r. mu
TOM oai r.
. U bl't KINliHAM.
If 0. nrrT"OBAal
W. U. JOVNA.
I H rAIII.IMll ICI ls.'J. I.NCUItPOItATKI) lfxrsH.
George Arnold Company,
DraWs in Railroad and Levee Contractor' Supplies.
oGl Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
lit it i : TiiltH,
fiKO. AltVril fl, Pre.'l I, HU. lit, Vl.el'res l.
W I) H. NN. r. y. Hit. Altl.H.
J. i. V. ATKf rWfy and Trras.
A. A. AIINdl.O.
1180 PAR VALUE CIGARS
Ttm hp.mT nf TUB ULOBn FOH 6 OitNTa
Xj. MOSELEY & CO. SOLE
333 Main StreoL - - - - Momphl?, Tonn.
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
EVERY SATURDAY I WILL GIVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STEM-WINDING WATCIL
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods Entitled to a Chanco.
Uy good3 are first-class in every respect, and I guarantee every piece that leaves my estab
No. OOl Muin Stroot, : : : iMompliis, Tonn.
W Ordure lil u-J recaU umi ttnUoa In per jn,SJ