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A LADY'S NARROW ESCAPE
BHE IS ATTACKED BY A BURLY
GEO, WHO ATTEMPTS
To AeoornBllab a Hellish Purpoae, But It
Prevented by Another Woman With
Pistol' in Her Hand An Insulting
wln or jury
llH tllH tits
Jiwll Pl-ipiilch to Tho Appent.
Ciuttasooqa, Tonn., May 31. -An un
known npgro creiiU;il a sonimtion at lllnl
land Tiuk, a suburb, today by attempting
a criminal assault on Mrs. Hosier, ou esti
mable lady, whose husband was not at
homo. Tbo lady's vigorous outcries
lrounlit a Mrs. Hruoh to her asuisttuice,
who, prosenlinK a pistol st tbo scoundrel's
lieud, frluhtcned him off. In a low min
utes a party o( ten inon wcro In hot pur
suit ol tho ni'jro, and the only thing that
i'uUd a flint-clime liaising without
jury was that tho ucro run so
pursuer coma not overuuo
Lim and ho catnoil into tho mountain.
A IIOI.I MUKU HILL 111
I the lluitmml of lh l.mly Whom lie
Hpnrlnl IMapat:-h to Tim AL
UiiiMiMtiiAM, Ala., May SI. A noj;ro
nnniod John lMviilson was shot and iu
ataiitly killed at Smith's Minos this mom
ins bv Mr. Fuller, a rospiftublo whlto
man. Tho ueirro stopiH'd in (rout of Fill
ler's hoiiHo, and, awing his wifo alono,
mmlo diirraroful liroposals to her. Mrs,
Fuller called her husband and tuld him
o( tlio occurrence, The ni'Kro, iu tho
lady's pntH-nce, pronouncod her htiitnnient
a lie Without luriher detail Mr. Fuller
ln hia hiatal and shot tho negro duud.
Uly was brought to tho city and
luried. t uller was not arretted.
ANOTHKB VOICB FUR A BOCIETY.
Vbr Local Musloal I'eople Should Bene-
Ot Tbomaelves and the Whole City.
Among thoNo who clung (iiilhfully to tho
old Mozart Society until it succumbed to
nitslurtuuo, or something equally lutal
mnderintf heroic niwislunco all tho wlillo,
was Mr. John K, Tool.
Tho sentleinan knows nothing o( diiihIc,
practically: he doosn't tveu Join in tho
aiiitlng at a stag ban not, after tho wlna
lias lnx o stiirleil on tint move, loot lio break
bp the vocal exorcises era threo measures
Were dirixwnd of.
lint Mr. Tool us on thn rxccullvo
rtuniiillleo of the society. lio was re
panlcd aa a a isu counselor, a williiiK and
iicjrrlir worker ill its litiaineHi, alTaiis.
l'Mn culls for iimiiey hieh, uiilorlii
lialely, were liviiient and Ima v lio wn
a lilx ral a any in bis leiooii.to. When
tho aociety went uudrr ho was one of tho
Diet di'voiit mourner.
Mr. Tool ilemres to see nnotlier mimical
orpin tuition hiiiuctiel, and bvlii'ves, with
Tim A I It A I., that it can Iks nimbi a tower
inu iiml permanent success. Ho lonir to
Ban tbo 4MJ or .Vxl- 111 Unit III HMlio of llio
city innke tho ex miii'iit, mid will help
the institution n'ioiik to ibu extent of his
itlii.it v and liiiiincial and moral inilueiiee.
hsid be to an Aitku. rcMrter yesterday:
"lam indeed l.id Tiik Aiihal is out
fur oik' iMi..ili io i( our miHicul M'oile into
VliC Itrnhil eH iety. Mild I lillVO I'onllilcllfO
in lia nliiiity an I crMKlciit'o to brum thn
ili-Kired i n I into a d'orioii cxiMenco. 1
U-licvc we liato moru taleiil to tho
so;ire Inch in Memphis than any
slier city on the gl"!, exeeptiiiir, er
liM, Hurenec, Italy. W hut la mi'tli'it tone
coiupliali ttiv roiitiuued exwleneo ol a ho
ciety alter its lormation and tbo achieve
Inei4 by it of tbo jwitideal iMHiMlMli
tjf ari a mimical director of ability
"l t)ie itnhI will mi.l n-KM t of all, a
, slioiiu inioded. crt.alilo and uimeiniilly
ret. -fined president, a faithful and
l-llicieiil awn-tai y, and a business
executive loinmilteo uot exceed
i ti seven members, five wotiht bo
Is-iter. I. very pruiewr in tbo city
tumid no into it, heart and soul, as active
liieiiilx rn, ready and Wilbiiil to aaniat ill
rterylbiiitf wlierolhey can bo of service.
lk-ciiiiiHi they are not director should cut
no tiKiire Willi tliciu, mid if the director
cx'Iihk Inun aliMinl, their co-iH'rutiou bo
polio tho bus iinicllWh and hearty.
Our iiMfeMHir have hervtolore, appa
rently, lorpilteii that ly atiintl
1. . ....... ....I I, it. a I... i,,,..!.,
,,V,T fill', I'M.' . ' .
iimpirini; aimly, Imreaws their field of
UM'luliieKM as well a their Iniiune. I truM
wr hali have the amiety iu all its coin
pJeteiiexe In eiM-n the ifrand oiiera-hoimo
to lo built as mkhi as Mk.ible, iu i'iiint"
tion witli iinpoitcil iilelriiioi. llio In
ten-Hi ol thn cHY at l.ir.-o cin lo lin
im imely liulielltt'il by the oian nation, as
w t oa the active niemlM'ts tlii ui'fc lvoH.
Ihuro la no l.nui r a doubt of any unite
rial diiiiciimoin Unit Memphis will have I
aoclclyof mimical oopl of which the en
tile i lly ainl this section ol country will lio
not I y iron, I.
tnalnllaaalw ( nl UIT.
Clin At.., 111., May 31. In accordance
with previous announcement, olll. ial iiw
Ulioiisuf tho J'oMird ol Tra lowillbo rut
(IT toniormw from aliout (VN) corieiHin I
'iits who aro noii-meuilM-ni of tliu Inw,.
Arrtneincnl bsve t n made In luoot
iilaiie by cuiiiiuunion Inerclisntu to
kii p their rimtoiners inlorined ol uinikel
rbseueo. and an increased force of tele
rr.ih ox'rstors will be put on the lloor to
biiie lie thn htmim1, i.midoyca of the
t.wl 1 sil l Sank lcleur.ij.il I oinpany wcru
M'lit out llim nftcrnooii to remove all the
Inker Iroin thn cilices of persons and
rtrHirulioiis not members of the board.
A kilt imirai.
I,a Moimh. la,, May 31. A telecrsm
from Mount Auburn reNrta brief particil-lur-.
of a While Capoulriie w blch occurred
in ir there Wedne-xlav n ht. and iu alncli
vei.il H'rous wrro Itijnred. Thn victim
farmer, and Ins burn was burned
iIiimii. lU nitt drivrn out by tho Haines,
lie defended bttniM'lf with a pitchfork,
wounding vcvcral W hite l'np4. All pur
l.ei ii,Uclud aro uu lor arrest except the
ftllrf Nr slay r,
I'n f. A. t ohu, recently from l.nroH, s
rbeM plsver ol jnat ability slid fellow II.
is now in this uly, and has loii inwtcd
by the ilei.t,i- o i "royal i itiin" to
pve exhibition of Ida I'lsy, and llielibrary
vt the Vounu Men's llebrrw Asoviati in
tins Im-vii Rtvurvd lor that pnrM this
urduy) evening, at 7 .10 o cIn k.
LverycliiMia play-r in Memphis and the
surrounding rouutry i com uly rvipicted
to he present, as I'rof. Colin will imt only
I day twenty or more simultaneous giiie.
ut will alio play consultation loniet and
How Hon of Moderate Means Can In-
, oreaae Their Income.
It is an old and woU-cstahllHhod maxim
that "It is not the amount of money which
a man makes that causes him to grow rich,
but tho amouut be saves." Mr. Micawbor
puts it very aquuroly thus, "Income X20,
expense 19, 19 ahlllinjrs, alxpunco, rosult
hiippiuess; income 20, oxpouHo 120 six
pence, result misery." Thoro are many who
aro disposed to novo, and would le glad to
lay tip money, but do not know how or
whcio to do so. Thoro is many an econom
ical, thrifty houxowifo who groatly desires
to aid her husband in providing for tho
future, but docs not know how to make
any s ifo or proHtablo uso of tho small
amount they nre ohlo to snvo. Thoro aw
many with an incoino a littlo in ex ecus ol
cxpciiHcs.who nro eajjerly lookinn; forsomo
means ot luvcHtlns and iiicreiislna their
small exeem each your. There aroon every
hand prewMitod for tho conHlderution of
such purHons achumes and devices, fair,
liiUMihlu and tumptiiiK, wiiich nro merely
oles w herein to drop money. To thoao
small Inventors a sufo and honest paying
lorm ol Investment Is a boon. llio
savin? banks aro usually safe, but tho
profit is small, stocks and bond aro un
certain, aud rcnl eslnto is subject to a
thousand contingencies and wining wlilcli
tbo most careful and prudent cannot pro
vent or forcwo. Tho safest and most
profitable Investment at present offered is
t. -I I-. i i t...i......
ill llio IHIII'linK liuu iakxu nsmH.-iuiioiin, inu
features of which aro not new, and aro
potty well known. A few capitalists and
biiHiuoHS men of Memphis have funned a
company combining with theso somo now
ones which creatlv add to tho value of
their shares, uml certainly do not impair
their wifely. This is tho Amor nun lliuld
iiiir. Iamiii and Tontlno Saving AswH-iation,
with a capital stock of .'0,(KH),U(lU iu shares
of $HK) each, which aro issued either
on monthly or annual payment. Ono very
valuable safeguard is that no person can
suhwribo for mora than 10(1 share, or
tlO.OUO. Theso ciin bo paid for by monthly
payments ol m cents a share. As money
accumulates it is loaned to tho members
on real estate or on thulr stock; onco in
three months all prollia arising from loans.
premiums, bonuses and every other source
Is divided among tho shares, so that cor
tiiiuly in seven yours, prohahly In less, tlia
Imm will luu'oiiin full v mild. Thuv then
cvin bo withdrawn aud tho faco value re
ceived, iUk or It can remain, rocoive reg
uhir semi-annual dividends, and partict
pato Iu tho constantly Increasing profits
cominc from thn saving and Investina
mi veil years before ol an rosily earned
small sum each month. A vrson who
him nover calculated or lieon shown bow
enormously money Increases w hen coin
iHitinded oven semi-annually will bo as
tounded lo si-" tbo result, and bow raiiidlv
It rolls up, This company also sells shnrus
on tho "lontinu" svsteiu, whereby all for
feitures and cancelled stock, as well as all
accumulations aro added, and by which, sc
cording to all rules of such accumulations,
THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
MARGARET SULLIVAN CONTRIBUTES
HOWARD aiVEd BOND,
Pas is Bet for Monday,
., June 10.
She Says by the Failure to Suppress the
Inferiority of the Merely Imitative
Art the Management Has Weakened
a Great Exhibit.
l oitlll)( io nil mien ui Bin 11 iiiTiiiiiiiiiiiii'iin.
nt Ihecnd of ten years each share of iUMwid
1)0 worth -'(. Tblasso-iiition cstiibhshiM
l.rancln's in all small towns w here the busi-
IU1 will warrnuU Tho pn-sideut of caeli
such branch belnir a uieiula-r ol llio (ion
cral Hoard of Ti unices, giving small towns
tho advautiiiM of tho full capital stock of
tbo compiiuv, and enabling its members to
obtain loans and make investments as fa
vorablv as in tho laro cities. Tho limit)
ol our space will not iwrnilt an extended
slabitiieutofall tho advantage, bulthey are
well worth the consideration ol craotis ol
larun or small inesns. It, J. Iarnell, the
well known luiulier dealer, is presiduul: I
Kutsi ulwrgiT, tho succcsmIuI bitukor, vice
president, and J. 11. Plinth, cashier of tbo
Memphis National llnua, la treasurer
Them iiaiiu-a am a sntlkieut uusraiili to
our t'ltlieiis ui lis saieiy ami ruiuioiuiy.
TUB BTEPI1EN3 AVJSNUB LOT8
Villi He MI4 TiMlsy at II A.M.
Ou (ho corner of Main aud Madison. Tho
situation could not be letter on the car
line, yet im city taxes, lies high and dry,
Improvement rapidly going on al! around,
now streets oiK-uing in all direction.
There are six lot, threo on tho north
side of Mephens avenue and three, on the
south side. K- maji on bund bills ouch
lot 3.ilxl:ki.toan alley.
Theso lots aro not miles away In tho
wood, but riuhf in tho heart of tho best
p4irt of Memphis. Title warranted rfccL
Terms--(Quarter cash, balance one, two
and thrco years,
T. J. MiCahtiit A Co.,
ibiiirer an iustruclivo
enco of cl".
lecture ou the scl-
CalirnrMla I if rtls.
Hip Ksnsns City, Fort Nutt A Momphla
Ihiilioad. in roniK-ctlen with the I moil
1'iiciiic ihiilro.id, have arranged lo
Miiud liin ticket from Memphis to Kan
I rsnclwM lor I in includes a roun.i
dip tit kei vimmI lor six months, sleeping
car from Memphis to Km Francisco, meals
en route, sidn trli into tho mountain of
Colorado, hotel bills, back fare and ever
conceivable rxino. Tim excursion w
l limited to l,xi, anl will l coiiihm,i ol
Iho verv U't iroplo. There w ill bo no
crowding in Iho s!ecirw, only twenty-lour
iMTsona lo a car, llio tra'n will leave
Sloop. hi nt U..VI n'clis k a.m. Juno 14
In.m Ihe Misaisnippi TentieanH) lH pot,
and will lake toil div to nisko the trip on
scvoiiut ol stops st lVuver, halt Lake and
otlo r noted i-oints ol Intorral. For lull
pNillculats call at it'll! Main atreeL
II. I. Film, Ueneral Agent,
PAnis, May 31. A fow observations
may bo added to what I cabled you last
Saturday about the art dopartment of tho
Imposition. In fulling to repress tho ob
vious inferiority of merely imitative art,
tho management has weakonod a great ex
hibit. As a result tho exhibit has ac
quired an artificial magnificence by the
profusion of huge scenic works, many of
them as large as tho itinerant Muukacsys
and orostchngins, not possessed of
greater intrinsic inorit, but conurally su
perior in purely decorutivo quality and
essentially dramatic strength, How posl
tivoly theso so-called historical and scenic
compositions dominuto the entlro exhibit
may bo conjecmrod from tho fact that
they aro nearly half of tho wholo
number of works exhibited. Hearing to
true art tho same rulatlon Hint Froudo s
historical writings bear to history, having
In history only the tolerated place of tho
historical novel in fiction, having dlim n
slons without dignity, professing voritublo-
ness but lucking authenticity and socriflc
lug facts to tho exigencies of grouping,
color, schemes aud mora effectiveness,
they arouse the wild admiration of neo
phytes and win tbo applause of those to
w noiu coior aim ociion, iipnri irom any
higher value iu point, are awesome. Many
of the works primarily designed only for
mo ueeoruuon oi puouo ouiuccsnre wnony
obovo litis censure, ami have not boen,
probably cannot ho surpassed in tho ac
complishment of their end.
It is truo that soma of tho hago can
vases are dovoteu to ostensibly sacrou
aud moral themes. Hut whether great or
mniioruto in suiieruciiil meusuro the rid lit
ions works aro uot spiritual. They nover
melt tbo soul nor bund the knee, hven
when a llunner pain Is a crucifixion he
hangs upon tbo cross a llaccid, common
place figure. His hiaint.Subustiaii is moek,
but nut heavenly, luoro are dozon cru
ci tlx ions or illustrations of the life of
Christ in thn various national exhibitions.
Not ono of them possesses a mark of ill
viiiit v. Tho religious themes aro painted
exactly in tho same way as the profano
themes, exclusively from the objective.
Not olio indicates by the success of tho
effort that tbo artist believed in his
subject or felt for what it represents a
wanner glow of love than for tun hut on
his dashing cavalier or Iho wooden shoo
on tho foot of tils peasont. Mythology
still holds captive tho sculptors, but tho
painters have preferred to lodotlicir muse
iu modern life. Only thirty tw o works are
on themes drawn from Hellenic or Komtin
literature, and these aro generally cm
ployed with line ellecL The cat lie piim
its nre rare. The exhibition contains no
snccchsors to Troyon, while sea and moiin
lain no longer command devotees iu the
art ol France, 'thorn is not ono gxd
moiiulaiu study, aud only thirtv-lhreo
in which Iho sea is s: tidied for its
own charm. In none of these is
its grandeur ever attempted, A striking
feature of the exhibition is thn space given
to what has bc.m happily called the lour
n.ilisiu ol art, tbo depiction of transitory,
but actual, episodes that ruler into the
notation of prwgrusft. FKciully Is this to
bo observed in relation lo tnedicino and
surgery. Tho anecdolairn of tho sgn con
stltulo elm favorite Ihouiatis material
life at the lima la presented with
r, nicety and truth, but, as a rule,
from Iho Ibppaiit and vivacious way of
icing even Ihe serious.
Ihe lamlscaiios uro llio most numerous
Iter the scenic comoil!oua. They aro,
a rule, simarblv lulutml. Tho lnit-
inont ol hiiht from the front of the sublw-t
Is the principle which lias liilormod every
work ilescriplivo ol nature, l bo painter
no longer studies nature from within hnr
secbmiun. That Immortal charm of Italian
landscape of the highest class, that Sfsdl
which swoko in the breast ol Constublo
aud gave a liimlscuio art to F.iigland and.
while llio artist lived, established In aplUi
ol national preludn-e tbo truest Isndscais)
school ol Franco Ihe principle of insiulit
has lied Irom the liuidw ape painting ol
the ill v. The now principle iouUii;lit. 'ihe
word is a new as the piinclple, but it is
ss vcrillublo. v lieltier no paint nature in
(he roe ol the dawn or the enivenesi of
twilii'ht: whether l.o suck her face In tbo
pasnioit ol noonday or Iho tranquility ol
the slurs, tho French painter must have
Iter cloMi lo bis rvi s. ho tim-l touch her
with hi lunula, hit lls must swis p her
lorehead. lie gives im lands'sK', tbero-
lore, w hoso leal ores, by the very excel-
li'iiro ol its arlii:islnp, arouse in us more
ileliL'lit tbsii tlia lliemo llM'll. o
lork'et tho ereat niollier In the ab
sorbing talent ol her soil. The popularity
of even spurious t orots and ltousens, la
Is'tler understood wheu ono iliscernt how
utterly lied Is tho HX-t Irom the ateliers
oflrsneo. Fscturo is Ihe god of the at.i.
I'uwUity, beuillilul hid lletenco of aenli-
incut, stillneM witlioul reposo, or action
instsnl and theatric, animate theso ad-
uiunblo bimlscaiH's. Their eiiisrlalive-
iicm wears one's i were of aprt-eiation to
the very I huh'. Hunger and thirst lor tho
oliler school leconies consuming, tbin
enmet the thrcshhold of the galleries of
the louvre to nt one s spirit in the land-
s'h-s ol t lauuo uirraino, a nan-oi ion pi
wIiomi works owe moroiiiau a iiiousaiiii
plain air ncbleretnents. Jbero Is In
Iho Fiench sculpt urn more or less of Ibis
wniship pi execution, but it la not so
dcsiHdic and exclusive as In tbo Psintuut.
Indeed, many of Iho sculptures am not so
nobhi in ideality as tbev am adiinrahlo
i.. .i.i.... -ti... ..... .i.:ii..,ii.. nl ..
high Imagination romhin-d w Ith splendid
raeculloii, aa laid down by 1'bilip tlllbert
llamertoii, describes only In nail the art
of I r.nice.
Bpeclsl DUpateh to Tbe Appeal.
jACKsoK.-.Tcnn.. May 31. ihe itov.
Frederick Howard, plaintiff In the cele
brated $50,000 slander suit, gavo bond yes
terday for costs in the suit. The caso was
called In the, Circuit Court this morning,
and both, sides announced themselves
ready lot trial, whereupon tho Court set
the case for Monday, Juno 10. This will
bo tbe most sensational lawsuit evor mea
A Remarkably Thin Nknll.
Naw Yonlt, May 31. Francis Kafferty,
tho laborer who was killed by Charles 15.
Tartridgo, the lumber merchant, on Wed
nesday, had a very thin skull. This was
tho princlpul reason why the blow dealt
him by tho lumber dealer with a hickory
board rule proved fatal so quickly.
Coroner Hanly, accompanied by Deputy
Coronor Donlin, and Ir. I rank Ferguson,
the export pathologist, who mado the
autopsy on Mind Iteader Rishop's body,
made sn autopsy on Itiitl'crty'e body
at the New York Hospital yesterday after
noon. lr. Funrtison wielded tbo knilo,
and Ihe two doctors were surprised to
(lud that Itafferty's skull was tho thinnest
one they had over seen. In somo places
it was no thicker than heavy paper, l aris
that in ordinary adults' skulls aro ono-
eighth of an inch thick in Itafferty's head
are a thickness of burely , ouo-tbirty-seo-ondth
of an inch.
It, Mrwahaa, I'aloa
Has recently made some ol thn most
lieaiililul suits of I'lnlhc ever seen In Iho
til v. Ho mnki-s a spivlstty of line goods.
ami his M iilatiun lor tltUiig is unsur-
A 1-arse I Ira.
It was n'porb-d that a lont had butned
no thlriy miles alove here on the Minis-
aippi liivcr yesierdsy, by a laruirr who
isine down on a wsgon. He aaya he was
thcto and saw the burning host run a-dnr
lut in time lo save tbe lives of a ho
iitimlirr ol people who were on ls.rJ st
Ihe tune but barely oscsped drowning, as
the Ut, it ia asid, sunk, takuiu witli it
rvervthiiig rxcept one hundred lMe ol
ol coUuian's ko ko tulu, which llitrd
down to Memphis and was handed over
to the jiropcr l-anj.
Tsrtii-s wsntlni tickets for Juno 0 draw
lug should aendlheir ordora Iminedislnly
lo J. W. Cullen. VI2 Harde street. .ali
villa, Tenn. rV nd paper money in ordl
Dsry b-tler, or ssial nolo; furrcnev
amounting to J by exprwa, atairenta
FxiM une. Over fl.'J'X) waa distributed in
Memphis from May drawing.
I'iuxk Wti uromi, who has traveled lor
.!. I uliner, lliornton & t o pas
rar. I,n ronnn teil blnisell WUU llio
h lit in id i iv. Morton A llnllev. ami
wrricpp.nt tin in In Ins old termor?
Mr. Uilhfi.id liaabm n uuile SUCCessli
traveling man, snd will no doubt do
lor bis u brin.
Many a Life
HAS been saved by the prompt nse of
Ayer's Tills. Travelers by land or
sea aro liable to constipation or other
derangements of tho stomach and bowels
which, If neglecte d, lead to serious snd
often futul oonsequoiicos. The most sura
means of correcting these evils is the use
of Ayer's Catliartlo rills. The pru
dent sailing-master would as soon go to
aea without his chronometer aa without
a supply ol these Pills. Though prompt
and energetic In oirallon, Ayer s I'liis
leave no IU effects they are purely
vegetable and sugar-coated the safest
medicine lor old aud young, at home or
" Kor eight years I was afflicted with
ronstlpation, which at last became so
bail (hat Ihe doctor eould do no more
for me. Then I began to take Ayer'e
Pills, end soon the bowel recovered
their natural and regular action, so that
now I am in
bss1th.M Mrs. C. E. Clark, Tewlubury,
"I reirnrd Ayer's Pills as ono of tlia
mnt rrhalilo ireneral rmnmlles of our
tlmr. They have linen In use In my
family tor affectum rmpilrlng a puripv
live, and have given unvaryliiK satlslao
linn. We have found Iliem an exeidlent
riiiiKdr for pohls and light fevers."
W. H.'WoiMlson, Fort Worth, Texas.
" Kor several years I have relied more)
upon Aver's Tills llisn iinhi anything
rise In 'the medicine client, to regulate
my bowel and thoso of the ship's crew.
These Tilt are not severe In llielr an
il but do their wnik llinrnnulily. I
have o them with good elTecl for
the cm of rheumatism, kidney trou
ble, awil-lvspeia." ('apt. Muellor,
Hleaiimlilp Fehcni, New York City.
"I have found Ayor's Cathartic. Tills
lo lie a better fainilv iiieill. lno lor rin
limn use tlluii any other pill within my
kiinwtrdge. They are not only very
elTt'ctivi-. but safe ami pleasant to take
-(puilttl which iiiunt make them
valued by ihe politic." Jules Hauul,
Trrluuwr, Tlilludelplila, Pa.
Dr.' J. C Ayar It Co., Lowell, Mast.
old by ail ItoeUrs In Medicines.
Drs. BETTS & BETTS
813 Main Ft., Memphis.
ULilV V Villi Ml
Sirmsi, ,rrh'e. SmbI
Umm, hlssl ktfiiMlna
LfManf Vlbd towvra. "liia'plfML lleai-oliiUiM-v,
Im el Mvaiorv. vnl.tta el loe. ljvfliaiita.
ll,mJ0M, ttri ol Splrtu, ATrr.la to
rivl'S?. e'r l"et.uttt, ls nl I sniln.
iiull, f tttleM. I'Dfll In simly or liiinrak and
ol. I at irdrn. HHl.V. ri.UMA.st.MtI
Sti.l rKI'Atl.V t I'ltKli
BLOOD AND SKIN.'!rii:
rlhl In lis rMulta. mmrlil t.1IoiI althuul
l,e iue ol nereurr. K-ivlu;, tryalfel, ver
..n. Hlel' he, I'baeiM, llir, llns In Hie
ll-fcl sail naaes, eii niiuia kor Tlint. H,uia
lorfne. "nriii. , rrsMANtMLI
IHISOIMlim IHVI rAH.KD.
iiii.nr tni r tAirr Trnw
leak Ita. k. Huruis I rti.
fnKinnr of t'rteUn(. I nne klgli culonxl or
A l mnt wale MalrUe,
Ciiu aiio, 111., May :il.-In a ramshackle
two-story bouo on Fifty -llrst street livo
two families named Sullivan and 1ML
ljwt night Nellie SuUivsu, a girl of nlno
tieii years, and John Hell, tweuty-one
years old. togi ther tsk enough niorpluuo
to kill a tlon men. Iho Plbnr metubers
ol the family discovered this fact some
hum later, but It did not kvm to agitate
them until they dicovered that the girl
waa dying, lheti tliey sent lor a physi
clan, lie arrived bsi late to save the girl
but admlnisteri'd emetic to i'x ll. who will
hH-over. Tho olice arq Investigating the
cae and are completely mystified, lliey
cannot find wrist pminptod tlie young
couple to attempt suicido. They were
lovers and thulr was no opposition to their
uisrtisge. The police hsve arrotol Frauk
Unrdner, who la behaved to bo the boy
alio procured the drug dar tho riullivan
prl. They hsvo also locked np James
Itell, a brother of Frsnk, and Aoule
Knrkor, who lives in Ilia neighborhood,
who win ie neid ss wituiHaaea. iioin
Hiilllvaa and llcll families have a very tin
savory repulslloa. Their neglect to sum
moil a physician at once la attributed to
stuNir or iudillerci.ee, sttpenaducud by
I.twt la rhotogrspha at lU batd's, 248
m si n.
( t !(! Will OrilV IIS H
Itu eiUS aanaai tianams,
l.lfl. i ytlilis. tn, prvuipU aad tkiely eund.
l ntai nauaui
TO TOUXa HEM AltD MIDDLE-AGED KEH
a cndP'riTPP t' tui sftHits
A UUI.U Vlllli ,rlf ,. v
i .im.,1,,.1 i i.
DRS. BET Id ,V,
hli h hrlnc
u,-.ir")th una mini s1 buOy,
rrwthoMehn b lav
ealiv l uVmle ? Ii
lixi. uailulus Um lor biulao.
both an mil
stiiiiy or eaxrttMr
MA SKI I. i MLN.nt Pinet rntrr1nna lh hPlT
Ule. aaarief sr'l auility. 9U1. k )r aatUlrd.
It Katies You Hungry
r "I kavs used ratnel Oelory Oomponna and It
hv " nas mm a
eatQ system and I
reel uics a new
, m.n. it tmprores
the appetite and
.a a nnlque tonic and appetizer, metawt to
tbeta.ite, quick to Its ectloo, sad wttboutany
Injurious fleet, It aires tbat ranted bealUi
wbkh makes evcirytbltig taste goou. It cures
dyHliersila aad kindred disorders, i'aystclsas
preucriira it. slim, but or vruggsna
Waua, lUcBABOson Co BarUngtoo. Vt'.
Bprtnf avemctea means more now-a-days tnao It
dldtaareanasa TUe wlnwrot 168S-M has left
the aems aQ fttwd aut. Tbe nerves must be
strenajtlicaea, tbe blood punned, llvor and
bowels regiUatcd. raluCS Celery Compouna
Me tprtaf eweKela vfUhdoy does all UitS,
as aoUlacekwcao. PrueriUi y fhyMeiant,
tf DnggUtM, Endonti bp MinUUrt,
tjv U itanvacturtrt lo M
Is the bthIdk ot V81 1 was alt run down. I
wmiM rtupluUie unrnln? with so tired a
tcrttu-, aad was so wouk tliutl could hardly get
poaeiL sod b'tore I bud taken It a wu k 1 felt
vrry Dim A b.mr. I run cbw tully recoiatnend
lttnaU aboomil sbnlldliiirupanilHUf n !iti"iv.
lag imamne " Mrs. li. A. bow, BurUuKton, Vt
DIAM01SO DYES ZW.'ZZt UCTMD FOOD SfiSSjESS
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
Statement of Its Condition at the Close of Baslnoes Monday, May 20, '80
Hi),'ht ExcliaiiKO M.
lOunt and IHscounts
Hlocki and llonds (leu than market price ).....
Furniture snd Fixtures
Treasury ol U. 0. (mutilated currency (or rodemption)
. Ki,Uu7 12$
Copital Btock teseeseeeeseoee sea eeseeeeeeee
' . aa ia w rt
istirpius t',vi i
Vndivided rroliU(net) H771I 05-
liividvnd No. 11 (balance unpuid)
HUM, 61)1 Si
yThls llnnk opened Its doors for business Way 21. 1KRS, Is a lVposihry for tho Htato
of Tennessee, trausacls a irvuerul bankini businais, snd sives special sltentinii locollcc-
i. it. uunniA. rrnnuteiu.
J. M. (lOOPllAlt, Vioo-l'residuut.
(X IX. KAINK, faihier.
K Ttirlcy. of Ttirley M'right
M. (Savin, of M. (luvtn A Co.
N. Falls, of U. Falls A Co.
M. Nelson, of Nelson A Unine.
It. Him, of T. R Hlms A Co.
II. II. Wilkinson, of Dotkcry, Wilkinson 4
J. M. (Jootlhar, of Ooodbar A Co.
F. T. Anderson, l'rcs't Anderson Hat Co.
W. II. Kenncdsy, Sccretsry Cltisens' and Also Arlington Inatiraiics Co.
Manliattan Savings Bank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $ioo,ooc
XlOAItO OV TltTJSTKKS.
I, ITsnsnrr. Pol Colrmin. Joho W. Cocbrua,
J. O. IliiidwcrUer. ll:irdii I'trva Birooo liorc.
1). T. ll.iddi'11, J imei Nsthsn. A. Reakerl,
L. Levy, F- L. (ioUbaum, J no. M. raters, CM. Urosvaoor,
J no. W. Cochran, Vloa-rrtsldsat Jas. Nathan, Cashier.
J. A. Itol.insou,
Earn 1 Alook.
D. r. Iladdcn, President
WE ItrCF.IVE DrrOSIT? In Bams of ONE lVM.MR and onward, an) credit Inte
est nn nme i-tiit nnually. We have Kirllut Kacililiea for handling Strictly Kimt-Cl
1NVHTMKXT UO.NbH. and the tranaacUoa ol anv Mnsiuess ef a rlnsnelsl ( bsrarl, :
' hsve Imi a enerience snd snip's caalub lozrllier with sn hnnershls record, and II '
(nner srd Trustrcs eordlslly Invito business from all cUpaa, aud will endoivor lo flier
tlie conllduuce so long npused In luem.
EXCHANQE FOR SALE ON THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE.
R. DUDLEY FHAYSER,
E. J. IlLACK.
Memphis City Bank
FULL PAID CAPITAL. $250,000.
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn.
IV W. X. Wllkerson,
It. K Srnimi-s,
N I octj.nr,
W. I. Cola. Jobn Lnsn. D. E. Myers,
C. N. Orosvenor, M.tisvm, I'r A i l"e'lr,
John A. Denis. John II H.iMlmn. 1: M. Vs I
il. i. (.LaU.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS. COTTON FACTOR:
AND COMMISSION MEHO;iANT3.
Nos. 232 and 234 Front Street, Memphis, Tcnncssr
r.ETWF.KH ADAMS AND JF.FrKIlSOS.
Mr. L V. EAINEY devoirs bis whole lime to the we ehlng snd ksle of COTTOX ronilj t
to our rlisrira. lullnn sn-houe. tti tv.ho-on Mi-et.
10 tlie I'lili:
MY STOCK OF
From Ui Leading and Standard IIoiik. Is
Complete, rotpectfully Invite Yea
to Call aud lasptct
Prices and Quality
Ii In ui Iland! nl s Practical sad Expert,
suced fchlrt Cutter.
EQUAL TO THE BEST,
Elaborately Furnliuod for Turkub, Fli
sod 1'lunis Batua
41.43 MONROE STREET.
John Armistead, of Armlitoad A Lundee.
II. K Oulon, Baal Estate Dealer.
A. W. Nowsum, of Lawhorn A Kewsom.
J. B. Godwin, of J. R. Oodwin A Co.
W. P. Dunsvant, of Dunavant A Kelly.
Andrew J. Harris, of Moore A Harris.
J. At. Hmith, of Smiley, Smith A Co. and
Trait win co.
IL K. Coflln, of J. II. Coffin A Co.
H 00 r
Tnnesse Tent and Awning Q9
,,.'1, "l I"
I Aarmlacs. Tamta, Tariesj
1 a4 Warm Cvrara, OiUet
rsaaaM. he. 89 FFlar M
-hi:M roil rmcii usr. .'
JL. J. VIIUNNA. & CO.
IMI-OltrtM AMD muiu Uf j
i i i ixi : i . i t-4 ' i .i-i " i .-r i j
AMMUNITION Tjl -'-J-:.
AND FISIIINQ TAOKLrAC-C)
No. 2147 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn.
JeTTb Largest end Dest Asscrtmsnt In Uis City. The Trd Pu. plied st Lowet Trio
SS. . . 1 ..'iVeY WILL N
Sii i-vuyi 'f y
bbawl tipna bit rir.t-1'ra. Uil Ftpertrnre,
SKrui.,1-1 vfy ca- I .f'l.li aiuJ.,.1, ihiM
iA7tii aililit 1 uml mmItium are r.(ana la
em Uioiawra esx i.r irauit eaca mm, u,wi.k
i)t "ur niimi ln)ury.
M See l rente us tnt eelrbratrd work oa
rkmala. K.n"' 4 l,ii l'li llieu-
Enlurd. aw A Irtandly l.iui vr rail ninjr
s ftitnre uP-n iJ ik.me, and ll fil,lee
aialA I'. a-eK WlWra aa.w.rJ ni.n, mat
eailAlad by lna la (isiai AtAtrmi ell na
aur oria-ajKn "f ' s a u Tcur.at.
NOS. 101 and mt FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN.
CREAK J '
ANY CU3T0M-MA0E CORSET
AfAVlff. STROUSE CO.
Arms -4 i.j tan 40 way, n. Y.
J. F. HOLST & BRO:
Kwceawn laO.IL HOLST A BKO.I ('
I1ATB HKWOf KO TO
No. 330 1-2 Second 8t, Memphis
FOR HEN ONLY!
d POSITIVE J
w.ral uU 1 aVOUl M all ft A
I aTfJ Tl w W WeaB est a laJ,
the t".rii .V i !'. i .YK17. r.. Y . . .IIT.iT
. I imm "- lu.mii. ? u I i.k.
iwi.ii - i.iir. al
LwW a,"v m V-.I
rm. f ...ui
I. VL DOCK CRY. II. a WILKINSON. HENRY BANKS. t WILKIXHOM. J
DOOKERY, WILKINSON & CO,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 360 Front Street, Up-Stalrs, MEMPHIS, TENN
ADYANCKH MADIC IV r:Air.
A hill n4 rams'ete euw-k . Wens n4 Me
Hi- lw.ul lati cieva brrm iui.au
a..rl.l kutw. .Iwai aa siaifc
muru, 01 14,
Oiwais by ta.trA
A Pcrfoct Fnco Powder.
ACE POWDER. ZZiZZZT&Z
VtMt'eU U-lr a
I -isier Oe , M Bav.'e.rar 1
. aha. Uf 1 ,k.-M .. I
1 PI t N 4 t IUer
Il elkti .
mi ni t'si
r 1 't e. Ml 1 4, M) 4fyU nieM4,-. HawveJ
CH eWate' JaM , l PHie,.ll Celi
MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
689 MAIN STREET. - - - - MrM'H.'. Tu W
t r ' Pa'e
ITieiii a e-aB . 4lt
l '-, IM r-4e'j
w LATEST PERFUME "oo.tiTtl
chssie FREEMAN'S HIAWATHA '
AT MULFORD S.
t 1 fa -lira a,t.
a ii r its ik
M tr III iter ft bop
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