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TIIE MEMPHIS APFEALt TUESDAY, APIUL 30; 1889.
SILVER MOON BAKING POWDERS
This "Silver Mooa" Baking Powder, whioh has been manu
factured by ui 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, In which
no. Alum or any injurious eubstanoe whatever Is used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
ariT 13 NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS AS
GOOD AS ANY, AND WE KNOW IT IS PU11E. -Buy
It Prom Your Own Grocer. We Sell at Wholosale Only.
THE OLIVER-FINNIE GROCER COMPT.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
06.00 IFIEJIR BIRIEEIj.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
' Tli is being a Ir-gul holiday tlia Taxing
1'islrict ollices will remain closed.
It began raining about 0 o'clock lsat
iilk'lit, and no one complained. Tlio dust
Tlio banks, Cotton Exchange and Mer
rhnntH' Kxclinngu will be rlosoil today la
honor of the centennial celebration.
Tiit-sdny, April 30, being a National
holiday, tliol'onlolllco willrloso utlOn.ni.,
rnrrirrs making ono delivery and col
lection. A meeting of cotton furtors will bo held
at 10 o'clock thin forenoon at tlinl'xehauzn
committee room to rounder mutters of
vital lmiortanco to tlio trade.
There will bo an entertainment or con
cert given at the Fourth Street C'limlier
land Church on Thuntdny and I ri-luy
nightii next, for the benefit of the church.
I 'apt. llnckutt ha received a letter from
L. M. Jliglow, l'aliuyia. Wis., inquiring
alsiut ono Wiilinin, or Itill (ieorge, who
wna a familiar figure in Memphii In isiiX
The lady members of the Committee on
Music for Meiiiorial Service at Kltnuood
on Saturday next will meet this morning
at the residence of 8. MansiiuM Na tHI
Muilihon street, promptly at 11 o'clock.
Jinx Cooiier, colored, was arrested on
aixpicion by oflicer l'lummer yesterday.
Cimiimt bad distMsicd of a fine ' tnulo for
$12, and it was learned, after his arrest,
that tlio property was stolen from Critten
den County, Ark.
There was mimic anil stagn rehearsal of
''Chimes of Normandy" at the theater last
niuhk It went oir In s stylo which prom-Im-s
another triumph for the Athletic As
sociation and the friends who are aiding
them in the opera.
Cunnot the force of street cleaners and
sweepers contrive someway to lay the dust
before prosecuting their work in the day
time? The work is well thine and eswn
tial, barring the clouds of diut rivaled
when the streets are crowded by pedes
trian. A great deal of excitement was created
out on I'nion street ycHterday afternoon
tiy a semi-clothed white man lli-eiug from
a negro w ith an open knife. The colored
mnii had surprised the Csncasian msle in
a too familiar position in his homo alone
with his helpmeet.
A conference is to bo held at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon at tlio Taxing li
tiiclolliee, between a l-oyislstivo Council
Committee, a committeo from the Hoard
of rnderwritera and another from the
architects of the city to devise new build
ing laws to prevail hero in tho future.
John H. (lurk, foreman of the Memphis
Jtrick Company, some ten days ago met
with a painful accident, an iron bolt run
ning through his right hand while ho was
attending to the machinerv. Vclerilny
he died at his residence at Kort I'lckering
ol blood poisoning. Ho leaves a wife and
There will be an interesting gnsncl meet
ing snd service of song in the rooms of the
Young Men's C'lirislinn Amocistion, No.
ill" Main street, tonight at 7:4) o'clock.
Young men cordially invited. After tho
go-.cl service are over the rlnss in pym
tunnies will meet in the pymnosimn. 'All
young men welcome and cordially iuvltud.
Tho l! ilnlxiw Festival to be given by tho
Women's Chriotian Asmicialion on the ;.M,
Id ami 4 1 It of Mav, is commanding tlio at
tention of tho luilies, and active prepara
tions sre being made in Ihu way of con
structing rainbow and various illuiuitutlml
dctnvs for the oci-sion. Fifty rents will
pkr fur sdmiMiion aul n-frvshineuU. No
A Maalral Treat.
Tho concert of Mwasrs, I. Kamrlsnn A
Co. at their Cigar I'alnrr, II ID Main street,
rendered by Sr. Vincent Campigliil's cele
brated parlor otrhextra, wns a muni pro
nounced stlccess. Several hundred proplo
weie in attendance and the iinitiiimtiua
Verdict was that it was sn artistic rendition
and a musical treat. Hitim-lson A Co. do
nothing by halves they represent only
what tlicy will do they employ no penny
talent and ran always substsutiulo what
tlicy advertise. TheV have iusl received a
large shipment of llenry ('lay, I lor do
Sainelson and I Mligencia Cigars direct from
Havana in bond to Memphis
Tins, the last and cloning tiny of the
3ih key Club meeting of ln.SH, will bo the
brightest and best of tho season.
Wanted IVrfectly helpl'-Hs Invalids to
Inow that they ran be lifted and moved
from a bed to rolling chair, from a chair to
carriage, or from ous pnnitiou to another
with the grestrst raw and safety br the
um of the Cutting ik Sielle Invalid Lifter.
A great bhwing to physician, nurso and
invalid. Mesne mention this to solus
Lclptcss Invalid friend. II. I). Stkli.i,
Vox 00, l'ueblo, CoL
' ' t
Di.Kssikos brighteo k )boy fade, slid as
the nn Wig season of lss'j disw to a close
It ptoiiiixea to go out in a blase of glory,
lite first flats races and a steeplechase.
Cact. 1'ktk McAiitiii'r is in the city.
J. A. Svlvimtkr and wife have returned
from a trip to Alabama.
it. I. Kaihiknt, traffic manager of the
Memphis llouto, has returned to Kansas
' K C. Josh, superintendent and archi
tect of tho 1'avilion in West Memphis, is
iu the cify.
Jons Strix, thn Deputy PliorilT who dis
apeared so mysteriously a few w ecks ago,
Da. 11. I. C. lid IFIKLD. of I'lltesvillc,
Miss., has returned homo, after a pleasant
visit to friends in this city.
J. (i. Mn.tx, traveling p.isscner agent
of the Fjwt TenuesHee, Virginia A lieorgia
liailwsy, bus gone to Knoxvillo.
Tiik many friends of Contractor John
Donnelly, who has lieen laid up for soiuo
time, will be glad to learn of his convs
lcsccnco. Dr. T. E. Liiwaiids has eonn to Nash
ville to attend tho Stale Medical Associa
tion, which will be in session Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
T. (iakiiiso.v; a py ,( jovial young
man from Newport, Ark., has lcen attend
ing the races. I lo got on tho right hones
aud bis pockets bulgo out lu consequcuce.
YisiTinut on 'Chango yesterdav: N. 11.
Crawford, Atlanta, lis.; J. F. Ilixs, Fine
lllutT, Ark.; Alex. Fitnialrick, Helena.
Ark.; O. Utile, Antrim, N. II.; Ad Ham
burg, Littlo Ituck; It, A. Spieer, lUirllctt,
At DulTy's: E. Dunrnn, Forrest City.
Ark.; 8. Spesk, Arkansas; V. A. Tipler,
Mnldleton, 1'enn.; J. 1. Hicks, lirctnwsv,
Ark.; J. A. Carter, Curve, Tonu.; O. II.
llurguss, I'erkins, Ark.; U. Armstrong, Tin
nesseo. At tho lVabody: Hon. Wm. ft. n.ite,
Mississippi; Susie lUte, Nsshville; A. li.
Wilson, kauieiaCity; K Siitninc rflctd, (ire
nadn. Miss.; II. 1. Cameron, Meridian,
Miss.; K It. Anderson, llnton ll.irlsir,
Mich.; Ir. J. A. 1'esce, Clsrksdaln, Miss.
Titos. Rkllkw died Sumlsy night at
the residence of J. A. Maddox, on ilrced.
love avenue. Mr. lkllew had liuen sick
only a few dsvs, and this snnouncenient
will bo a shock to his friends, ilia family
bsvo boon tclcgraphod, and it is exMi'til
bis remains will be scut to Mubile, Ala.,
I. Lovtx, Nashville; W. F- Leeds,
Fisher, Ark V. II. Johnson, Huntington,
Mins.; 8. 1 1, ('hears and wife, I'ulilin,
Miss.; W. 1L Itarn tt, J. S. liavis, Tipton,
Tenn.: Mrs. Tliouiwin, Kerrville. Trim.;
S. It. Miirtin, Mason, Tenn.; I- W. Ilea
He, llohvar, Miss.; Ir. C. I'. Jones, J. A.
Staftnrd, Cherry Volley, Ark.; It N. Dob
larhide, l.itlW hock, aro at ('anion's.
F.nxEMT Knox, Into night rlerk at tho
Western I'nion telegraph olliifi in tins
city, died St his home, No. KJ Alabsms
slret, at 7 o'clock yesterday morning.
The remain will leave by train tonight
and be buried at Farl y U rove, Miss., to
morrow. He was young and inexieri
ruced, but thoroughly n-liahln nnd faith
ful to every trust. ty his honorable
bearing bo madu lusny friends, who Will
le gi li ved to hear of hi death.
lltat Deadly HrawraH
TulM-rcular nunsuiuption Is simply lung
scrofula thn active and dangerous devel
opment of a taint in Ihu blood. The grsnd
I.IiknI. cleansing Isitnnlc priuriph-s con
tained in I'r. 1'icrco's (.olden Mndical
Hiscovcry sptH'islly lit it lo purify the
blood, and prevent tho forinstion of ulcers
in the lungs and bronchial tuU-s. l.iver
complaint, skin disease and sores aru also
cuied by it All druggists.
8MB WON'T TKLU
A Woman Assaulted Wllo a Knife rro
fsstss rrofound Ignorance.
"Winkio Dot," a variety artrma, known
to tho world as Mrs. William Tanner, wu
assaulted at noon yesterday by some one,
wbo cut her clothing iu three or four place
and her body on tho breast aud hip. the
admitted to a policeman at first that her
hiiKhsnd wss the guilty party, but after
ward alio di'clanr lo several newspaper
reporters that sho did not know who was
her assailant She say somo one struck
her and when she returned lo conscious
ucs she was slono in her room and does
not know w ho cut her.
Msmsihl (arrisf Wrk,
No, fil axu 83 Madisox tSTtitar,
Iiulldcra of Fine Ythlclca.
WlUss rilaja, a.ia Hmtm surest.
Sell all gradi-sof l'uruiture, Crx-ts, Hugs,
Matlli g, etc., at the very lowest psviljlu
cash prices. Also do repairing, upholster
ing, shipping and packing furniture, and
guurantou good and satisfactory work.
Fi l l. Dress Shirts a sreialty. Finish
svpaal to new. Meaipbis Strsiu Ijiundrv,
r.4 Kcond street Lrmacb oflice, ill
Conllnned Irom First Psxe,
of six beautifully engraved cards tied with
yellow aud blue ribbons. On tho Hint one
was an embossed picture of Washington
pa the second an engraving showing his
landing in Now York in 17S!, on tho third
a picture of St. Paul's Chapel of 17S'.), por
traits of Bishop 1'rovoBt Chancellor Liv
ingston Hnd tho various members of tho
Legisluturo. The fourth page hnd an en
graving of Federal Hull und statistics of
the period; tho tifth jingo had portraits of
ii".? 1 1Inl'ri8on. Uws. Clinton and
lull, Mayors Duano and tirant The sixth
tigo bears nn engraving of tho Fquitablo
buildiug and Wabhingion's house in Cher
ry street, as well iu tho menu of the
President Harrison was introduced to
the guests ut tho banquet tahlo by Hamil
ton Fish. President Harrison meroly
Iwwed in recognition of Mr. Fish's re
marks, and this ended tho formal recep
tion, tho guests almost immediately taking
their departure, though in this thev wero
somewhat imtodod by tho cuoVmous
crowds in tho building.
The reception and lunch at the Equita
ble building was scheduled to cud at 8::t0
o'clock p.m. Another minuto after that
time, to tho air of "Hail to tho Chief," by
Cappa's ltund, President Harrison emerged
from tho massive granite jxirtuls mid again
entered his carriage for tho journey to the
City Hall, Vice-President Morton aud F.I
dredgo T. (ierry following in tho next
vehicle. The order of tho procession and
guard of honor was substantially the sumo
as that which made tho march' from the
foot of Wull street. As the various organi
zations arrived at tho City Hall they drew
up in line bolore it From tho foot of tho
marble stairs leuding up to tho municipal
building and stretching awnv into tlio
rotunda was a double lino ol' white-clad
pjblic school and normal col lego girls,
each with a basket of (lowers, from which
they strowed tho path of tho distinguished
mou. There wero fully LtHI scholars, among
them being two colored girls.
C Arrived at tho top of tho stairs, Presi
dent Harrison wiut tendered an address of
welcome, delivered by Miss Annio A.
Abraham's at tho conclusion of which ho
was given n monster bouquet of Iji France
roses. President Harrison, arm in arm
with Mayor (irant and (iov. Hill, Vice
President Morton and Committee then
entered the City i lull.
Tho distinguished party wero escorted
to the Coventor's room where the 1 'resi
lient began receiving the visitors. Ho
stood ou a slightly ruined platform which
was backed w ith a brass railing and in Dm
rear of which was the President's chair,
ilesido this was Washington's writing
desk. President Harrison took his Hwition
on the right-hand side, with Vice-Presi-"dent
Morton, (iov. Hill ami Mavor (irant
In side him to tho left, in tlio order named.
The throngof noplo were at once admitted
and ciiuiu in a steadily moving body for
nearly an hour.
Tho throng was largely made 'up of
stangers in this city, a fact which was too
apparent in many im-Linccs. The sexes
wero alrout equally represented, and the
numlier of children whose proud parents
pointed out to them tho successor of (ien.
Washington was ditliciilt to count One
of tho visitors was a District Telegraph
boy, who bore a message fur the Presi
dent He managed to read it without in
terfering with the reception. It whs as
"fllK iiio. 111., April a, Ismj.
"Seventy-fivo thousand people of Illi
nois ill lnss llieelitiir will ..v,..i,.l
sentiment (nun the President of the United
States tomorrow. Please lele'Timh ii tit.
day. CKXTKX.flAb CoMMITTKK."
At flvo minutes before 6 o'clock the
President returned to his carriage, and
with Viro-President Mortou and (iov. Hill
were driven to Mr. Morton's residence,
where he aud Mrs. Harrison will be gliosis
during their stay.
i rut: riir.
Thi l:tlrsor4lnnry mrrmr la Ik Na.
Ilea's Melre .ell.
Nkw You-, April S!l.-Xr Yorkers
scarcely know their own cily today. The
resident is ciowded to the wall and is glad
of it Ho welcomes nil stranger. Kerry
body generally greets every other lody.
The spirit of tho occasion and tho demo
cratic Impulses of a hiiudred-yoar-old Ke
public wero with and iipou each, and er
vailed all plai-es. Tlio atmimphero was the
chilliest (eatute of the early dsv. At 5
o'clock, level bars of lesdi-'n clouds had
curtained low down on tho e.istern hori
son, snd so on to tho broad foreiiiHin thn
sunshine was broken by clouiUthatsoeiiicd
not lo hsvn determined whether to go or
stay. Hut, meantime, in tho early morn
ing and all through the night the city was
restless snd awake. Kvervsrlery of travel
was contributing to tho throngs which
this week will, it ia Isdieved, aggregate
l,(ssi,uuu of strumrers in the city. Irooim
to the measure of drum tup were tramp
ing through avenues and street all iiiltIiI.
set-king places assigned them; while
hundreds who hsd Ixvn assigned place
and w ho had deposited their luggign wero
trailing through Ihu slice!, viewing tho
decorations by lamplight. poislennir
groups of civilisns and Jolly uiihlisim-u
jogged thn night echoes, and there was
.id ihroiiuh the city from dusk of yester
day to dawn today, a feeling that there
whs little use reining, small lied for sleep
w ben only thre davs should msrk a cen
tury's growth. And tho big city loomed iu
the gas light.
Thn blue coats of the large amir of Na
tional (iuards thst will enter New York in
lull force today gave a touch of color lo the
Streets yesterday. A hugn numlier of
lroosi lisil srrived (lining the thty snd the
armories snd balls where the romiii inds
sre going to camp were rapidly lllling up.
The corridors of the Filth Avenue Hotel,
where the inny Committee hss Its head-.
quarters, were thronged w ilh olllii-rsof tho
regulnr army ami the National (iuards.
the quartering of such an army of visit
ing militia even has Imtu a serious
problem, but every detail of it has been
iiirchilly allrlided to slid thn visitors will
all Is pnqMTly housed and fed. few of
tliem, ho never, will sleep on stinnir Inat-
tn-oses, and In some of the halls thn men
will hsvo to he s.uislleil w ith the soft side
of a Isiard and a blanket to cover them.
I inly a smalt part ol tho tnsqn ran ls
4 niiiiiihlated iu the arinoruw, and in a I
ii.l urn to the hotels and halls tho steamer
liraud Itepuhho will shelter those comns
li.es ol Ihu Fourth llnifiido that sre una hie
to (in I quarters In tho i weltli Itcgiuicnt
Ihu Cultod Stales naval and revenue
uiarino contingent of the great naval
pa'adc. wh cli has leen g.illinrin like a
II ) . k nf birds from all along tho const, wss
g it Into pines yestenlay. The Hug ship,
Chicago, and thn historical Kesrssrgn,
which both lav ill the navy yard, got
under way early In the momma and lliev
slean-d mil into the stream without acci
dent, llm Chicago cast anchor in the
i l.iie wli h she will start tody at the
liea I of tho Iao milo loug pio i-smIhii. She
bee in the ihi p wut-r eil lb dl a.- lili n
aliiMMt on a line with the buttery.
The shii (ormed a civil y sight as they
lay III a long obli.iio line toward Itoblnu's
across the sun lipdwaUra of the
'nr4lael Ulbeews I'usiisi annlh.
lUiTiMoiiK, Md., April '.1', Cardinal
(iildsiiis will lesvs llaltiiiiore toiininuw
slteriesin for New Orlesns In President
Muyer private car. Among thoso who
will accompany, tho Cardinal aro Ma.
John V. Kelley, of N,w York; Bishop
Kano, of WUoeliug, W. Vs.; the ltev.
Messrs. Boland nud Cnughey. They will
remain In Cincinnati one day to see lhshop
Kldor. HishoB Fleet Jonssens will rocoivo
tho pallium jMay 8. On Mav 12, tho
Cardinal will leave New Orleans for tho
Hot Springs, N. y., and will reach Balti
more on May 17.
THB HO. JOHN R. CAMERON.
Sharkey County, Ulna., Domocrals In
dorse Htm for Oovernor.
Swlftl Ptitch to The A pini.
Koixixa 1'oiiK, Miss., April 29. Tho
Democracy of Sharkey County in con
vention assembled this day passed tho
"Whereas tho people of Madison
County in convention assembled did on
the 8th ult. present to the citizens of tho
Stato tho namo of tho Hon. John li.
Camoron ns a suitable candidate for Oov
ernor. Ik) it
"Kcsolvcd that it is tho senso of this
convontion that tho propln of Madison
County have made uo mistake in thus
pivsenting the claims of one whom tho
people of Shai key County would delight
to honor. That in Mr. Cameron we recog
nize tho mail of ability, the practicahlu
business man, tho successful ('inner, the
hih toned, courteous Southern gentle
man, ono who served his country in tho
lield amid.it tho clash of minds and gal
lantly maintained his place in each. That
the county of Sharkey indorses the can
didacy of Mr. Cameron fully and recom
mend' him to his sister counties as worthy
of support, one whoso honesty of puroK0
and integrity can bo relied ou at all times,
and one who if entrusted lo 1111 tho high
Misition to which ho aspires, wo Ixdicvo
will give tho Stato such a strong, able and
pure administration that all its citizens
will have just cause for prido."
' - -
Tiik beauty and loveliness of fair Mem
phis will be at tho races today, and will
divide tho attention of the lovers of God's
best gifis with tho 'attractions of the beau
ties of the turf.
I'KTI.Hs Miitiilny murium-. April 'Ji, Iss'i, In lli
"Mil year of Masse, Dr. ioohi.k li I'liiu..
I-uii'T.il will lika lai i' (nun rvI.Iru.i ul Henry
J. U-iiiw. No IS Wnlber avrnne, IhU (TI'KsIlAY)
imirnhiK Hi IU oVIis k. t jrrUi.- at llnlst a.
CI.AIIK At rplil'.'iiee, roriier of IVnn arenint
iiiel liahira sln- t, Muiiilsv. Aril ss, al 1
0 lis k p.m., Janis H. i i iis. aij. J u )'r. lu
leiilli (N. s r ilf.i' iii.
Kuiu nil will lako ln o Imiu reslili'iic touiorrosr
(tt KUNKsDA V) li.oruli a si U ii't lnrk. Illiili Msm
al St. Jox'i'li I Imall si VJO o'clock. Kru-uiituf
Hie fuiiilljr uivlled lo ltcnl
Vi ARI-in April vi. ls, si ll t'inrl s k p m.
Csl. Jmi . iiii. hi tl Il year uf lii.sxe.
Kuiientl Inns lila lain rv.l.li hit. No. Ivll arnill
veiiiif. this Clt'liAY sfieniism st 4 o'i'Usk.
1 rli il'ln of llir family I n 1 1 -I to annul.
K. or II. ll'Nt IIAI. MITICK,
MKMI'IIIS IhIk.K Nn. Ii. K.
I"K II -Tlii-l.m.sTslel ineiil
Ur. nri ri-iiiett--l ni ittr. i si iiieir
lull tlila it I l.slt.W i an. rniH.ei ui i
i i lin k in allriel lln- (ion r d ol our
li 1.- Hi. ulii r, Jmv V. Wahu.
I. A. I'KKKINs, nii-uior.
Nii'ii.ii n Wu 1 1 m. heiM.re-r.
II Ml SlIKIAM,
n.ibllln II. Kill,
I'li.l ASnl l. l-si, At..l , Year,
Onlly I'l.M.qnr lUrllin .-.
l'r- llu' hs-iil. t.h.n h-r livst;
Nrr tiiun wul -In sriM
I ruin Hist Itii. uiil.nik. il r t
llrifll llir rl'i.t ri ( urls of l.litek
tmui llmt kniw l nn. I ami luir;
Now, nlas. 'tiiilii-i iiu.i ,!,
iHsilh luu ilais l l.la.lKiict ilti ra.
Oh. 'Ha hint In tin with tli.s-t
Yet. Mlilli- fft.yt iiu( o'er our inaa,
Jisii i wlitRHSy ni.t In mu:
I will In I i) on lr y.Hir emaa
Ci-n. Tail i;rtslnii o-i rir loa,
I. Ill iii )eiir ti.-a.l. loe: Inimv-I ilowo,
Onlv lli'iM. Hhn Issir ilie er.i.
I an raini I lo w ar llii crow D
TUUOUOH TICKETS TO PARIS
M at tiiillasnil rsclflr Mmna1ili Cuittan)'t
Tlia Slimrr of lli. ihc nnljr rrvu'ar linn mil
hm rum llii seiiili i.i Liti-riNMil. am vrry N.uiar
wtis Mwnaer , siul the rn..i Hii-y a r Is'iii ie-s
llMlrlol. Wi-illi-r Ihnu trial ol llir N.-w lork
sti-aiiii-ni niaki-a lha trie Ihormiuhlv rnj valiln.
1 h lulhtwliu sliiiu-nan rM... to Imiu liuia.
HuIIIIH ., wil aL.ii! Mat I .
Ill KN M:li II ALU lo Mil sls.iit JJy 31
A Shi- AN. In llalsnil May J
liAIIII- N. loaall al.ul Juno 1
1 I A N. loaall ali. Ill Jiiiii V
WM I I I: K, los'il att..m Juiirl.
Jamah n. i..oi aim Jims iv
niIishi rnre- lliiiisi .i l.iveiMMilt I'm; itimnali
in r. i tin i mala or ismr. i.raA iiaM rail, nr.,
11.11. or III I. 'I rm Mil. Il HI.
I.riurn 1 irkeU Nfw nili-a'ia fn l.tvrntfs.l au.1
Muru. tin. N Oil. an. I'srit ali.l n-luni
llm-rlani all IIm ), j.u 1 1. ll.hvo ami vinuu
al a r-iiM-iiun.
K..r liirlUir lairtk-ulun ai I.. fn-laM siet iast
Sljr lu M J. sAMn It-.
SO Caroii.l. M miii, Ni w uiliaiia.
Tli rura.l una IU.I lirlnh la Ilia VforliL
Aprl aln(, l)rllrl..u, H.arkl hf.
A I'arliage (lliiilih Sr, Mok.a Kits hallona
EVEIIY DOTTLE OUARANTEED
Mil Iran lr a. I n .ll Slinla.
No Isilllns or air ilulua ." th in lin.s. an.t II
liia-h a.Yiinhiaiiy in. n isti In- ha uiistaka.
Ak your I'riii'itlat or .r t-r f -r II an. I tak no
iiih. r. m Dial ton i.--i "llir.a'.
Try It ard You Will Not Be Without It.
Mails ly '. K, Ilillis. -lola.lal,.IOa, Pana'a.
PHOENIX WIRE WORKS.
nasi riTi i.i at or
Screen Wir j Doors "3 Windows
STMIinalisi rutnUh-l atl.l t Irs ( laaa Work al
Coaxinslilo I'rlras Uturaiit a I
it 3 Fl ONTPT. Tolophone 1.311
No. I ISO It In Mi rhan'Tf court of Slialhy
Cniiuly.K. A. I) lis M - l.lahllM-sM i al.
Ily tirlila of an iili-li'-ilory i.-ten for asla,
antensl In (hr alsna nn llu- I "i ilsy of
ruary, Iss'J, M II Sit - " 1 "'" '
an. lion, lu His hi.. .l le.l h ', In hmil ol Ina
I hnk and HimUT . , si lie- Msl'i insr rn
Imiu of tba isnlrt Ihxua ul nloli'jr louul), Mi-ui-bla,
SalurHay, lllh lsy mf. Ise,
Wllhln Irvnl houri, (lis loli..wlnir .1 -fiV.t ,mH
rt. aliuaiart Is Mtai.h.. sle luy vuiily, li nu.,
lbs north half nf ka t - ir h'ln.lral an t .lv
oris tH S ilia plan nl II "if Mril l
lnuliiaia auks id lh ' l'n' 1hir.lam-.-i
a. i-air laur nrl a quan. r i,i',if"rt north ul ll.
Dorib lliw oletn "ti.iu aii.l ruiiulns tl.. ms-ih
ahmf U.a wi llim ollhii'l o'-t -svsiny h.ur
aiel s ajnanar (It'.ibM (..a '-" In lh aoiiib
aelsni au siI.t. ti.a. an Hi """!
aula of aalil allsy au iiii.e-l " I folly lhl ami
Shall (lis1,) .i lulh. hlel"'Oon nl anullirl al
i..y ntntilna nantllal wlih I hiel airwl hni anulh
aioiia tba ml al.l. Mil la-' namr-l sihy mr
nt l.iranl nnaiii-ii;i ,i h't '" i'sai
nasi itrahaM wlih Ann., . h Irr. an4
b. riy alaht an a kail (U-'t'l"' lo lh iiniilii.
1ar.naistSal-tns ri-.l'i ol ala moniha. nasa
with aaeurliy rsqulnsl , i. u f J- Ksl"'l'""S
Ibiajiuhtlaynf Arlt H" , t ,
r.. n i, in i V i lsrk an'l Vaalef
Malnna A Maltsna Ik li. ua'ina abil H, b. olu
sou tolkllots, I
The Rrrret ol Tlislr Csuss Fully Kxplnlnrit
-Why Ijtillra ma Kaltuw ml Mrs Palllil
Some Vnlunbln facts an tlis Nnbject.
In pausing atone Hi loading atrcetiitn almost any
city In America lislay, one will meet wltb but lew
laillra who have clcur roniplexlnna. Many pfraona
liavr trloit to account for ibis aad (act Iks-sum ol
(lie K'vcro cllmato of America, bill such reasoning
lawrono. A bait onmpteilim lacansetl by iuipurs
blond, ami no btrly can 1st rrslly biwiittfnt and uo
man rmlily who baa itlswiai-d or linpiira blisxl.
Tliols-st known way of kerplng Uic IiIikkI pttro la
liy krrplng II circulating. In lliln It pauses
mplilly ihroiiKh tho Iiiiiks, klilncyanuil liver, ami
l eonatantly piirllleil. Hut aupisulng thesyateru
la clotunst up, as la (reipicnily the iste, then of
cotirso tho lilissl bci-omea linpum. Then far too
oflcn men ami nuincn tuko nuns powerful ptiivs
llve. pill or oilier aiibaliim-ti, thai chum tho tsuly
quickly, vreakiMia Ihu atremith, ami leavea Ilie sys
tem In worse iximllllon than befem The nuly aen.
allilo way la lu lnki s trciitle, pure ami natural pur
Riitive, uirslerstely but n-giilarly, mi.l the lithi't
know u meillcal aulh.TitVa ol tho itnv ntiree that
thrgouiiliic Imporiixl CarUbtil Cpniilcl sll la in
flullely aiinriut to jtny other nuliiMl prvpuralton
ku.iwa Uithewurlil. Il Is Kciitlo, yel alliuulalliiK:
Il I. pure, yet pnwerful. Coulnlnlng only nntunil
pniK-rlliw, betng evapuraltsl fnun Ihe celi lirateit
1'arltlaiil Hprihlel I'prliiK, II cannot lulure tlm Issly
In the Icatt.aml yet II has uevi t lnlle.1 to ri'iiew
hie, purliy'ihe bhsnl ami Ihuaelt'sr the cnmpli'v
loii. Iluiiilri ila of iIih-iui-s have ulvs.i il Iheir nn
iililtllit . eliiloroeuiotltt : thoiltsil.la of ssi.o ail
eiiih year lo the (srl.luul S.r!na, hut I hey on oh
Isln no greater Is iu ih ihau liy taking Ilie ('analsiil
Mpru. lei Sill In lu puwilen-il lorni, aui li as rati Is)
prts iin-1 al any ilrug ature In tin- html. hen It la
iiitMl.lensI that the l arlalsnl Sail coats, practically,
little more than the ihesii, itieatl.iiiiilile nml ol ten
Injurious Snll-., tmnvHllviM ami Hitler WnU rs thai
art1 In llu) imirkek imu Isitllu bt-lnu auilleteiit lor
nisirly a month, all portent who Lis-p pseti Willi
Ihe times su.l ilosfre onlv what la ts'at, w ill m Unit
II la lo t In-1 r Inlcrt'-I in n- vttly Ihe ( arlalis.l.
taeh bottle la In s light blue psper eartism, ami
baa the algnatur Kiui-r .V MrmlolM.ii Co., sole
agents, nn every Istttle. Ous Imiile malle.l itsui
ns'lot o( one ilnllnr. Ir. Tobol.li'a b-e1unaut
puiiplili ts in slli-. I Ire., upon sppll. uilon. I i.m r Ji
hlciiili-lMin Co., b Itnri lsv atns i. New York.
STOP. START AND FLY BACK
C0LD Hunting and Opon Faco
SILVER-Huntlngand Opon Faco
C. L. BYRD & CO.
MAtN AND MADISON STREETS
JONES, HUIIN 5c CO-
mo iinuncruiiiM CI
40 Union Street. Memphis, Tesa
J. F. HOLST & BRO.
to a. K. nourr bbo 1
4TB KBMOTKO TO
No. 3301-2 Second 8L, Memphis
ST. full ami samnlau asnvk Wmsl an4 M
tUM-1 an aiet t aatata, UtaH Urr Caakaia aa4
rll KuwaialwaiSsakMasV UltkMS br tauaajiaa
a hi 2
1 o m
m c lJ a fj
0RGILL BROS. SCO.
2ID AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapen
Randolph Cultivators, Hde and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOBS
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 A 308 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Rako, Bnnuor
Door and Window Screens,
Lawn Mowers, loo Oream Freezers, Handlod and Eya Hoes.
oaiiima(ii:h and harness.
fur His NfUpatHlylss. fr l.urt.-s Assnrlnirnt, fur tlio Wry JU-st Qu vliiy, (nr All Mylra, fnm.
HuKiijr lu l-anOau, (or Kino Jlanio-",- Hingl.! or 1'unliis, (or tho Must lirs-otisble Triers,
Go to W. S. Bruco & Co., Monroo Stretf
THE WOODRUFF & OLIVER CO.
CO T7 CO
Nob. 090 and 82 Front Stroot. 111 Momphls, Tonnosae.
IIRKCroifiA. WmilrufT. I T. P.irti-r! J. '. Nrrly.J. V. OlW-r. F. U UooJrtid
"TVT""Tkr' Vt "" '' c...l,'..r,;ila invdo sn (iiapsoUon of
urns. i.HiTinar nrl.-ra In i-oiiim-iiit.m with nv mnra.-t r "M,"
B, T. I ItSlaf (M,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 320 and 323 Miln Strict, Memphis, Tna
W l MimiV
n. u mmiNiihiaai.
Br I !"!?.
is lla'ti rn. II. fl. Mn i sit, W, Ht'iUMii iiKi.it, J. U. fox,
I'n-aiili'iil. Vln- I'n .i. nl, Tn.iaurrr. Kvrrlurf
TIIE SC1I00LFIELD-II A NADER CO,
(Hnrrc..iirs In IIIN) KIII.U, IIAN'AI'Kil A CO)
AND COTTON FACTORS,
250 and 253 FRONT STREET.
DI If i;
W. W. S
ut;w H AN.ri:i!,
W. II. Mlf.l.K.I!,
JARVIS-CONKLIiV MORTGAGE TRUST CO
Capital Piiicl Up, 1,500,000.
Makes) Lonns on Itnprovod Furm la Tonnossoo, Mississippi nnd Ar
kaua. Also on Improved Olty TropTty. Tho Ultrhost Market
Trlca rld lor Stato, Cjiinty, Township, City,
'School and Water 13 ids.
Office: Room 2, Cotton E xchange Building
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN MISS., ARK. and LOUISIANA
Ws Msks Loans All Principal Payablt In FIVE Years, with Inisrssl payabls 01
snd ol tsch ysar. Or, on Fl V E-Y E A K Psrtlsl Psymtnt plan, by which ths bor
towsr tsn pay his loan w.lhout rawinf too hssvliy on ons crop. Ons sdvsstaO
slluidcj Is thst all sett smtnlaars tnsJs st ths Memphis oliics soj csa hsts lM
personal sltsntlon ol ths borroarsr.
Colonial and United Stales Mortgage Co.
N. F. MASTER, Maimer. 231 Mtra St. Msmpbla. Temv
Plantor. O.tmpboll Corn Drill.
Galvanized Poultry Netting
(Pontile siul 8 ngl-)k
All Stylos. AU Klnd
w. . nnxtki
Gale Company. -
- - MEMPHIS. TEN.'!
110 'I.I IKI.O.
)(. n. Mii.i.r.R
II T m Hi OI.KIFI.a