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CROPS IN TWO STATES.
OFFICIAL REPORTS FOB TBNNE8SSB
Good Effect of the Bains In Northern
Mississippi Corn Injured by tba
Drouth The Cold Weather A Gen
Following ig tho weather crop bulletin
of tho Meteorological Department of the
Tennessoo State Board of lloalth, co-operating
with the United States Signal Service,
for tho week ending Juno 1, 18S9:
The rainfall for tho week, including that
of last Saturday, was much above the
average That of the 2Uth-30th was by
far the greatest since tho 1st of January,
and was general throughout tho Stato.
Tho greater portion of this fell in tho Mid
dlo Division, where an nvorago of two and
a half inches was received. In tho Kast
ern and Wcsffcrn Divisions an average, of
nearly two inches fell. During the week,
including the rainfall of the 25th, tho fol
lowing local rains are specially reported:
Greenville, 1.60 inch; Hogorsvillo, 0.00
inch to 20th; Springdalo, Claiborno
County, 1.50 inch to 2oth; Parksvillo, Poilc
County, 0.43 inch to 20th; Dunlnp, good
rains, account not given; Kiddlcton
Smith County, 2.53 inches; A us
tin, iIson County, 2.50 inches; Fay
ettevillo, 1.61 inch; Nashville, 2.07
inches; Watkins. Davidson County, 4.00
inches (3.30 inches of this full on the 27th
in the space of one hour); Kington
springs, 3.H.) indies; Ashwood, Mnurv
iounty. i.uo men: Auniii'l v. 1 lick ninn
County, 4.411 inches; llohonwald, Iwis
unly, 0.6J Inch to 20th: Jackson 1 inch
to 20th; Milan, 1.03 inch; Trenton, 3.42
iiicuen, oi wnicn 3.U7 inches loll on the
-win; Covington, 1.70 inch; Florence fet
uon, liutherlord Countv. 1.35 nrh.
These rains gruutly relieved the crops,
Which Wore bciminilli to I in anrimialv nf
fected by tho Ions-continued drv weallwr.
Some daiiiniio by the heavy washing rains
is reported in soino seclions. During tho
week the tonicraturo was below tho aver
age. The cold wave fallowing the storm
oi tho rJlh has checked to some extent
tho growth of vegetation, eniiecittlly of
cotton. The percentage of iiimliino mi
below tho average. Iteiiorti from tho
tobacco growing counties indicate that the
area planted tins season as compared with
last will not be more than 50 per cent, on
account of the scarcity of plants, want of
proper seasons lor selling out plants,
ami uio present low prices. J he recent
rams have unproved the prwpccts of tho
erup to soiuo extent. A upeclul bulletin
on tho pnwjH cU of this crop will bo ibsued
in a iew uaya.
SI'KI IAI. II kim ins.
V. II. Ilrown, Greenville, 31sl Tho
jHtsi netn bus licrn iuile wet and cool
crops Ijrvo not grown much, lint the
ground is wet and if followed by warm
niiimliino will can) rapid growth. A cold
wae sirucK Here lust nighi; the temper
uire u-ii to 4i- at 7 o clock a.m. today,
Dr. is, ji. sillier, Kogeraville, IHiih Wo
nave iM-en having a much uoelel ruin
which is still i.iiimg. tironing crojisloolc
much revived. 1'jmhi and Muto tu.
I W. J. I'w.ling, .vpring.lale,2")th Coo-I
n i rains generally. U..ts past redemption
II I 1 W lieat ht-nds vrrv short.
D. V. Williamson, J'nrkiville, 27lh The
past week has been a dry one. ( lover is
now iMMiig cut; it is hIhiiiI one half nlu.rt
Uats and gram w ill be short. Corn ami
col ion look well. (kkmI rain on tho JUili.
1-0 w is iHjvnlon. I Ionian. :tili h Tl .w.l
dry weather has had a verviniiiri,,im..ii.i
pn all crisis. Gardens have sull-red m
verely. A gentle shower ami a Hue rain
loilay Is Having a good fllcxg. Wlit-at liar
vest will iM-gin next .H k, some llrl.ls
sooner, huriy sow n wheal clean and
bright; lutu noun lias a dark color with in
dications ol rust, but tho crop will bo
aoon i an average one. t orn has very
H'w i-uior, inn is very siiiiiii lor the time
ol grow III. O.ils put heading, with short
straw. l-.ar.y Jrmli otatn-a injure I by
lry weather. reaches plenty; ajples
r. K. rcrgnsnn. lliil.lli ton. 30th ltuin
conies loo line for ouin. Corn isthiifty ant?
mm am. neul lias ueen liiowil ilown bv
heavy wind storms and damnj-d to some
1. K Calhoun, Ausilii, 30:h Monty of
nun iiiu pnm seven tinys; lliu RroimJ is
Uioroilglilv wet tins niorniog. It mined
u.ij nu n last night. Heavy win I r-atur-day,
which did considerable il.iinngn to
lencrs ami limber. One dwelling-house
blow n down.
C. K. Vandcrford, Horcnce Plat ion, 31st
Uain, wilh hiiih wimUcaiiMd much of
ine nearly riw wiieat to , making it
iroununoine to Harvest Coiton culture
jum ix-(jun. uais improved br recent
rains nut can I msko much growth before
ine nveiage uale ol maturity.
W. K. Watkins. Welkins. :itii It .1..
and teuipeiaturu the past W.vk has allecled
tne rrris isvornlily. On tho "nth three
ana ouu-tinra inches ol ram fell in about
W. J. Inmsn, Kington Fprlngs, 30th
Tho dr mlli was broken by a good rain on
tho 2-lh, but llieciHil weather through tli)
iioa ireveiilpj llie nronor im.aili .(
-klcrotsi. ery heavyrniiisf.il here last
IHKHI--'.N liiches-Iollowed l.v mid
weather this morning.
Kev. C. K. Williams, Aalitrnml, 31st
1'liprvredeuted cu .1 Weill lirr for (lie sea
on. Kvery fall ol run this month h,
U-en followed by ctxd wiatln r. .Nl far
from front this morning. Ihvrmomeler
stood at 4 J at 7 a.m.
W. C. lliuiiiton, Nunnellr, 3)th
Splendid rnins the pant wi'ck. 'Crops ro-f-ched
and growing rapidly, exci pl late
vwn oats. Corn, oats, clovir and grasu
making rapid growth. I'eanuls ami laie
planteil coiton coining tip fairly wp. 'J J0
rain ol the 25ih fell in torrents, doing con
sidcrahle d.unngo by w.iliing; that of tho
l".nU and 3oili culminated In almost a
Hood, causing ou'Htow in low lands an l
di prcAsions, tho water slnnlins in poil,
m whii h will camo much rvplaniing. Ihe
S ouihM.k is favorable. I'srmers well up
J' with nil work I'i.I.I 11.:.
llirrtiioinelcr ilnsti to 47.
It Ioncy, llnhenwalJ, 2sih -The
Uroiilh in tluasecl'oii was i.anially broken
by the rain of the 20th mid Utith, but not a
gM)J M-ason. Corn is advancing slowly.
Oats badlv dalnagi-d by dry wejiher.
lion. J no. V. Keilh, Jai kion, .T)lh
Unite a drouth prevailed until the 2 lh,
and re ninl outs snd lover hsve suirered
much. Coiton Is unfaorably sltixted by
the cool wenthcr.
Dr. Sf. D. I. Jordan, Milan, 3lst
(iood rain Wedne.lny; sulllrient for
every need. Harvest ' is nearly over;
yield fair, torn looks IJ. (tats
ami clover damaged by drouth. Comiid
jrablo Irost this nio uing. 'iemjiorslure
A. R Currr y. Tri nlnn, 30th-Tie light
rains cd the 1lh csnsed totton, which had
be'n in the ground for some limn, to
sprout Tho heavy rains of the .nli, It la
feared, have done some Jsinni-e. but Ilia
outlook Is more cheerful emerging from a
long continued drouth to heavy, washing
rams. The rainfail of vestordav. frum
- 'its . IIU III
li'M ll o II oclw k p.m., m 3 07 inches,
and iif.uu on tluOnli. 7 o'llm k a.m..
cnuiiio clixl soaker nod gully waslii-r.
Ca)l. James I. Hall, Covington, 3Jlli
The drouth continued until yesterday.
Crops suffering. Staud of cotton bad. A
good rain yesterday. Wheat harvest in
progress. fi. Batb,
TJ. 8. Signul Corps.
Following is the weather crop bulletin of
the Mississippi Weather (Service, co-operating
with the Unitod States Signal Service,
for the week ending Saturday, Juno 1,
The long continuod drouth was relieved
in the northern half of tho State by gen
eral and sufficient rains on the 20th and
30th, which will secure a stand of cotton,
and greatly bcnellt all crops. Only very
light rains are reported in tho southern
half of the State. In parts of that section
crops are suffering badly, and tho un
usually long drouth of nearly a month is
being uncomfortably felt in many ways.
Considerably less than normal sunshino
was reported, tho suu boing frequently ob
scured by light clouds. Tho temperature
was about normal in tho early part of tho
week, but after tho rains on tho 21.llh and
30th thore was a very sudden fall, to 450 or
less over the northern parts. Light frost
was reported as far south ss Yn.oo City on
the 31st This cool weather has postponed
the good effects of the raius, and is un
favorable and possibly injurious, to the
cotton crop. Corn has showed tho clfecia
of drouth by not growing.
Uuinlall for the week: Coldwater, 0.87;
Hernando, 3.00; liutcsvill, 1.00; Univer
sity, l.Hii; I'outotoc, 1.45; Water Vallov.
2.17; Kieniil, 1.17; Holly fcprings, 1.50;
Aberdeen, 1.50; Okoloua, 0.70; Colum
bus, 0.00; Macon, 0.00; Meridian, 0.33;
Like, 0.30; Kdwurd. 0.4!); Vicksburg,
0.30; Urookhaven, 0.03; Huzolliurst, 0.0:i;
Nulcher, 0.13; Port tiibson, 0. 15; Waynes
boro, 0.15: Mobile, Ala., 1.54.
The highest temperatures reported wcro
about 05 at points in the Kastern and
tSouthern parts of tho Mate ill tho lirst part
of tho woek. Tho lowest was i f at Bates
ville, on the 31st
Special items from observer show much
encouragement regarding crops where rain
has fallen. Anxiety in regard to the col
ton crop and also regarding corn still ex
ists in the Southern part of tho State.
While unfavorable wealher has delayed
progress, it has not vet thrown crops be
hind the average stage of growth for May.
It li. I'fi.To.v, Director, j
Wiir sufler longer from dypcpia. Indiges
tion, want of npM'tiip. Ii.m o( nireugtli, lack
of energy, malarial Intermittent fi.vir, vU:t
Ilrown lion liiltciH never fail lo cure tlico
(liviiM'H. 'I'liry act like s clmr.11 011 llie di
gcMivvortruiiH, removing all ilyK tic -ui-loniB,
mieli ns belclnng, hearllnu n, liilioim
lieM, etc. Iti iiH niU r il li Ilia only iron
preparation t lint will nol blacken the tet.'i
or give headache.
The Frost and Crops Personal Annual
g-lftl iUulrli lo I be ApiT.il.
Hoi.ivar, Tenn., June 3. Wo had ligh
frost this morning again, but it m-eius uot
to have injured vegetation. The farmers
report cotton small but not materia ly
d nnug'd by frost There U some com
plaint of defectivo standi. Tho clover
crop is excellent, and the Ilist cutting le
fore the lato heavy rains has been wived
in fine condition. Wheat is goo I, and
the yield on well prepared, fcr;ile noil is
large and of excellent tpialiiy. The pity
is so little has been sown. Our oat cn
was a failurt. 'llie protracted dioutli
duaifed it. Tho fruit crop will be abund
ant. Peaches, npiilcs, plums and lars
promise huge yield.
Stati TreaMirer Mans Hnu and wife,
nee Mies Alico I-ee Woo-I, daughter of
Maj. Charles Wood, aro hero Vmiliug rcU
lives. The annual public fiitwas!i:n,n of our
HanUheli Kiptml brvtlicrcii are U-ing held
over the county. These excellent .xiilu
conoi'ler this as much a command as any
of the decalogue. Tho cu-toni would np
Knr grotinrpin ami foolinh, but they have
the rcripture sanction lor it. 'Ill, vour
lxr.l and Master, w.ili tint DiM-iiU-s'
fe l, ought ye not nlno lo wali 0110 an
other's (eel? As a sanitary mc.uurc. tho
cunIoiii would be of ine.ilculsbln benellt lo
other than Iho llar.lnliulln, to jy nothing
Ol Its religious Uiesuiiigsiiil piirpotu.
4 nri4 Malnrln.
(ieorgx Dixon, 21 Plorlda street, Klif.ilMlh
N. J., wnttn:
"I have len fining AllcixV's Porous
l'ialim fur the lail live yeara. home two
years sg', after hsvuig been in k for ii-
W4moi ix monuis whii musns. 1 loiimi
niVM'll Willi an rtilargi',1 mlt'ii, ilv-HMic
no roii'iniuijr ironuien hiiii a le-.el.n lie,
ami itiv kiihiey did not m l very i il 1 iilicr.
J Inv uiii cut niiMit ol my ihom v for iiiill
cine and iiirdical ailvirr, I tlimi :lil wro
rtn I woiihl uw AlUtnk'n I'orou
I lazier. lo 011 Iho Miinll ut my bark, imo
on llie aidit-n or ague cake, and one on llei
hll of llie rbmiaeli, )iit uii'li r lliebrent
hiiiv. 1 colli iouel iimiig I lie 1'l.wt' r alxiul
llnrty ilaya, rlmiiging tliem every i- k. At
the end of that lime I .i h rft ily well
ami havo mimliicl so every since.
Tba mi Taalaa, Ten.
SoH.il Mipaleb lo The A nl
ToiiA.M, Tsno., Juno 3. PeiHirts from
difTereut parties Who live in this portion of
Haywood t'otmty Indicate that tho front
Friday iiiu inn,' last did not injure cotton
or any vegetation. Tho only way In ac
count for it Is that Ihe earth was warm, and
the frost did not deposit on cotton leaves
or other plants. It Was plainly vmlile
and was thick on houictopa a'ld boards
and Icncen. It was only two degrees
warmer this morning, but no fntt was
seen, ill" B-eat rain that fell lait cd-
nelay will 1 o. 1I0 as much gnl, as Iho
weather la no cold. Tho ground has not
Urn loo net to plow. a it is now during
the plow season, for three years back.
What is the Swift Sixviiie Combanv?
WhoromiHNH's the org.uiuulisn? Is il a
clap-trap patent niediciiia huinbii.', gotten
lip lo ilitiiive sii'l make money out ol tho
people? Tin-no pimtl.un wo llnnk aro
snsweri'il bv Ihe ollicials and citizens of
our il y and Stite.
ATI ST, Cl., So. in, W.
Wo know the gentlemen rotnnoiiig the
Swill Specific t'ompnny. They are promi
nent riliteiit of our r-tiite, men of means
and of high c haracter and standing.
W. A. Hemphill, IVw. Capital City Hank.
J. JI. Porter, Prr. Merclisnts' I'.uuk.
Paul Itomam, ut'-V. Atlsuia Nat. I'.uuk.
L. J. Hill, IW liaui City .Sat. Pank.
John Ik (ionlon, (iovemnrof (ieijtgia.
Alfred II. Col'iuitl, U. H. henntor.
T. ('(Minor, slsvorof Atlnnia.
IL W. Ors.ly, liitor AllaiiU Cvnulitutmn. ,
Ik lll la) la Warlt.
I think Ss ill's Sih ciDc Is the U'st IUkkI
remeily in Iho world. J hsve known it to
make sumo wonderful cures of patients
who were conidred Incurable.
D. 51. ( 1 saviour, (row ville, I A.
Trratia 00 Mood and Skid Diaesaei
mailed free. Tiir Sa irt Srsciric Co..
. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Till Fountain Snring House nf Wan.
ktwho. Wis., one of the Urgent and Anna I
sumnier resort hotels In the 1'nlted State,
will otn lor tho season on Juno 15. and
it la aald thst Iho new schedule of rale
are. In proporttou to the elegance oj the
SieommodaUoiis, txccedingly ressousble.
CALL FOR A CONVENTION TO
HELD IN CINCINNATI.
Rsoognltlon of the Importance of the
Ohio Delegates to be Admitted and
Their Credentials A Cordial Invita
tlon From Cincinnati.
Tho following call for a Uivor Improvo
mcot Convention has been isiued:
KXKCITIVS COdMtTTKR 1
Ijiprovuik.nt or tiik WwrKss Water-ways, l
Nkw UIH.KANS, I a.. April :tu, Isso. J
To the President ClactuualiChaiubcroH'oinnierce,
Dear Sir The friends of river improve
ment regard the liivers and Harbors bill,
to couio boforo tho Fifty-first Congress, as
more important than nny other similar
measure for years past. The fact that this
bill failed at tho last session will iiecessi
tato an appropriation to cover nearly ti e
thrco years, from 1887, until another
appropriation (to bo voted by die next
Congress) becomes available, you know
how uiucli theso interruptions, and tho
failure to providondc()uato appropriations,
interfero with river improvements, what
inconvouieuco and annoyances result
therefrom, how they delay tho prosecu
tion of the works of improvements
planned, and already begun by tho Gov
ernment on tho water-ways of tho Ohio,
Missouri and Mississippi Valk'ys im
provements, tho necessity and propriety
of which nro fully recognized by the Gov
ernmentwhich tho latter liss under
taken to complete, and which would be
well advanced but for iho hvipiunt inter
ruptions mid failures of appropriations
they lmvo been subjected to.
You will rocogiiizo thnt with a new ad
ministration in power and a new Congress,
it is of tho greatest importance, indeed,
necessity, to lay before them, and urge in
Ihe strongest manner possible our desires
in regard to river improvement, to point
out how essential this work is to us, and
new important lis coiitiiiuaiico and com
pletion w ithout further interruption.
The Kxecutivo t'oininittoo on iho im
provement of tho Western Water-Wavi, a
permanent committee compw.vl of It-ore-sentatives
from all tho Stales of tho Ohio,
MUwniri, and Missisiippi Valleys is cre
ated, as you must bo aware, for tlio spec n'
purpose of promoting and advancing too
work of rivers mid harlmrs improvement,
and urging It before Coiigrcsa and tho
President, memlieis of thai committee, i f
which 1 am Chairman, steamboat men
and the commercial and other interests af
fee ,il, and Congressmen, friendly to the
cause ol river improvement, have urg-d
Ukjii tne, that, in view ol the failure' of
tho appropriation bill the lal session, of
Ihe installation of a nev, icliniin-lr.itioii,
and tho assemblage next fall of a new
Congress, it would U well lo call Ihe peo
ple together in convention, to iIinmis Uio
situation, t i decide up u the best atepi to
bo taken, and to urge our wauls
ami rights anew. Convc uti.uis of this
kind have been held in J liney, St. luns,
Wellington, D. C, .New Orleans, N.
Paul, Kaunas City, mid Memphis, and
have resulted ill g Hid.
While Iho importance of the (Hii Kiver
Valley, boasting a il due, the l.irg vst
population, and greatent pr i lu -l o i of
any portion of the streit interior kxiii of
the Sliwiiiwippi, has never b -en o; night
of, and wliilu sueivss in neciinng md lor
river lliipruvcincat ha i never b.vu n--cured
without its fr.eii II v an I inval u iblo
alii, no conveiilion has yet been ciile I by
the Kxi.HHitive t'oiun.i'lteo ui anytl.iio
Kiver point, peeling hoar appropriate it
Would le, in all npeels, to h ml the Uexl
conveu.ioii iii tho I i,m Valley, llius roc
ogn z.ng il l iuiortiiiice iu Ihe gie.it luisui,
mi l ttvinr.ng a largT r -pr 'uta'io:i Iroiu
the tosni and cities on the Olno and its
tributaries, 1 would like to m ik.i suh a
H'Uttion, but deem it b-sl before cahi:lg
tho couvcniioii together, and lining tn.;
1 1 iiki and hlaeoof uktIiii. id u.l.l
throtigh you, Ihe friends of the great woik
in hand, lo know if the v)ple of ( iin'in
li. ill woiiM desire to havo thin convention
held in their city, not later than the last
week in August or first week in Septem
ber, ami to ak if the name substantial
loyally and supMirl given iu llm past to
the anus and t lions of the I'xecuiive
Coiniuitteo would be as liberally extended
as has been lieriofore done bv other
commutes. An early rvply to this will
oblige. l(etH-ctfuliv yours,
11 D. Wimii, Chairman.
t'IMISKATI, o . Jlnr i'l. Is-I.
Tofit'l H i. W',MMl,r..nlrnirn l.ni-etiiite t umiuit
Us- lii'.rovriuul v iitii VrfiurAHK
Sir-1 am iiiMiucird by the Itonrd of Di
rectum of the Cinciuiisti'l'hninlicr of Com-
merte lo any II. at in its en. Imamm
Ihe ciiiznnn of Cincinnati would l
i i ..... i ....
ini'pr iu iinvu you oenignaio tli:s city as
llie place lor hold ng your next conven
tion, and that you would have Ihe lullest
co-uprratioii and supnirl from the msny
Ineuds here I llie gre.il interesuyuu h.iv.i
iu charge. You will hsve a most cordial
reeepuon by this Innly, and we hopo von
will nee lit lo name this as the pl.n j of
meeting. i:-j.--t fully.
Pai l .M. Mi'i.i ikiii, fvsrretary.
f'.nn rnvr cmsith s
Ninorrsi r or nil. i - n s tTrnwtv,
.Nn I).iian. la.. Mar A I "A J
Tu Uic I'mi'lrol lliv Ml'ixi.i Vul.r):
III pursuance id the alnive. and hv virion
of llm authority iu mo vented, this c ill is
upiiie for a convention ol tho muni" inter
esled In tho Improvement of ihe rivers of
the Southwest, lo lie held in the city of
Cincinnati, state of Ohio, an Wednesday
aim iiiiirxi.iv, ncnicmiicr S) ami .). HS',
At this convention miiiicra nf ( ongress
and of Stato la-gmlalurc, (iovernors of
Mates snd tho .Mayors ol cilic.1 are iuvited
to be present
(inventors ol States, .Mayors of cities and
all commercial, manufacliiring, trade, me
chanical, agricultural, lalmr, nteanilHiut and
sea-going vi-wx-l.orgsiiiuilionsof the Mates,
colllitiet snd cities ol Ihe Missouri, Olil1
and .MiasiMtippt Vallevsaro ben by invited
and urged, williout lurthrr notice, to ap
point sod send delegates (ntimls-r not lim
ited J to this conveiilion. Hy order
li. I '. (Hip, ( hnirinan.
l'.flL For fuilher Inloriimtioii. sddn-M
Iho si-cretary, P. O. Hox .No. I,7.vj, .New
Ifow Im-hiiI if nl ly nyilemsllo is Nnlnm In
rvrryililng lie does. In ilia auhiiiiiw and
I nan I inn te world all ! perlisl nvulein,
lein is Ihe Brrret of Naturs'n (iihtm. S.i il
Is with I tin liiimali Ishly. keep Its yn in
In onl.r and all is Well. What w - 1 1 keep It
III onlrrT Manslin. Try it All druggists
keep it Only SI a bollln,
Iba l'rrrl law.
Fruia Hi AU-rJera (MPs.) rlisiulnrr.
We are glad that the pcaiiiuisis have
simmered down lo tho belief that the Mate
la not going to the "demnilion bow-wows"
over llie tiovornor a election son nave
come to the conclusion that she cannot go
amiss by telcrting any ono of tho can
date in sight for lie chief magistrate.
g any ono ol tho candi
date in sight for lie chief magistrate. To
judge (rum their piteous plaints sod ap
peals a lew week sgo an outsider would
uara niingoieM m., a,VM .wi..,mwi.-
wralth, that has always been noted (or its
brillisDt and able men, wo terribly poor
lit rxeutWo material, whereas the very
abundance of good material is what make
the choice of caudidatet so Lard. W can
not name a tingle county in the State that
is not able to present to the Domjeratin
Convention as good a man for this hiirh
otlico as ever filled it, and uo Stato has bad
abler Uvcrnors tnan oiiHsissippi,
No I'averly lit MlsMnalppl.
From tho Aberdoan (Min.) Kxtmlaer.
Of tho eighteen huudrod minors in Clav
County, Ind., who quit work a few days
ago rather than 10011111 to a reduction in
wages ol niteen cents a uav, tiardlv one in
fifty has anything at all to live uimii. Thev
are suffering, and tho destitution in many
of tho families is terrible. A committeo
has been sent to Indianapolis to solicit aid
to prevent widespread starvation. This
pretty western picture should be a lesson
to tho grumblers in our country, most of
whom ueversawan instance of absolute
destitution. Just contrast the condition
ol tho labureia 01 t'lay l ouutv, .Miss., w ith
that ot thoso of Clay C unity, 1m' a id
Imagine if von can eighteen hundred i.iunr
ing men and their families sutlering for
tho actual necessities of hie in a Mississippi
WOHTH knowing is that blood ills,
esses which all other remedies fall
to cure, yield to Aycr's Karsnparlllo.
tion of this state
ment comes to
hand daily. Even
ouil (liiliborn com
plaints as Ulieu
lust ism, Klieimia-
lie liout, and tho
like, bio thorough
ly eradicated liy
tlio use of this won
Mrs. It. Irving
Dodge, 110 West
l'J.Mti street, Ny
York, ceitllles :
" About two years ago, after sulfurlng
for nearly two yesrs fioui rlieimiutie
Soul, tM'iug alilu to walk only with great
isconiforl, and having tried various
remedies. Including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an adveiliao
Incut in a Chicago pncr that a man had
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long auflY ring, by taking
Aycr's Haiiipanlla. I then decided lo
make a trial of this inedirinr, and took
It regularly for eight inmiths. I am
pleased to nay lluit it elfeetud a eiuii
pleto cure, and that I have aiuco had uo
return of tho disease."
Mrs. I.. A. Stark, Nnnlma, N. If ,
Writes: "O0 year ie;o 1 was taken 111
w ith rheumatism, ts-ing ceiitlued to my
house nix moiilhs. I rnins out of the
sickness very much dehlilnueil, wlih no
oppetite, and my nleiu ilisorilered in
every w ay. I commenced to nsn Ayei 's
Sarsaparilla nod Is 1111 lo iiuprov'u at
emu, gaining iu nin-icih and nH!i re
roveiiug my iisiud liealili. 1 ciintna sny
too much iu praise ft this Wnll-kiiovt 11
"I have talisn a preat ileal of nic.ll
cine, hut nothing das ihuin mo no
lunch gisMl us Acer's KSisupat ilia. I
felt its hcm-tlchil elleets Inlnre 1 had
?uiM lluinlail nun liotlle, ami I i l l
reely testify that it is Ihr Ih-hI M.mhI
mk'.II, Ine I know uf." L.W. Wuul.br.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer t Co., Lrwril, Mass.
1'ilrsfl; nil buiilrs.lk Wunh fjstx.nl..
Sick Headachoj ji
BT UIKO TUT otsc :
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
LUVniL. , m i ? u l us tlio n.itsiile
wrawn-r ftom s box of thegenuino Diu
(J. MiLAMi'S I t i.r.iiKAii i) l.ivrn
Pilw, with ynur addi-jo, lalnly writ
ti n, and Wo will send ymi, by return
riaJ.aiiiaKiiilicvut ya rr Tf'fiMniatle
and Oieograpliiu I r.U rT.Vr'jr,a
SS S f f"T ' S"
rijiii''. .mi. 7X'
TrTonoaovs)B, . ,s.
Vr ah i wi m xJir t vV . . . nvi-iiHim
iHUUtAsrjCMta, I: i, ... a, nl.-sn''S
ll.HU lf f ol ilm M
b U i tj
J.rf .( trt ll- hi
ioisn Mfsx InHts 1st nicest. L
os Month. - IW k.r-ii il. ..H. .....,
J-o .mi r.m ..-fr, .1 f.-KL r s-'S
nranainaiaa, loi, .-.Kii.n
HAsi3 RtMra v :o., rrarrmin
ixniH w. inih w.t. li'tis, ".
WlltiTuaJ ci ,)l, r t Krt n 1 f
F"f A.-rn-ie. Ait lent
V S V ' 'T '.!
WEDB & MAURY,
32i3 Front Pt.,
CHAIN AND COMMISSION
A ft'O CAiC.ms for.V " . I 'P. nii,-rrvn
r'l'f itvTli. AiS
SCAvY, H-,i' ' ' '"
. I H. H-r. I.SS WSllntnll tt,
- SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -
O JEERING- A.T VEliY LOW PKIQE3
Cur Stock I Entirely Too Lars for the BoMon.
JUNE 4, 1SS9.'
For Weak Stomach Impaired
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
rropareti only by TIl0S.BEEni.VM, Kt.Helpns.Lancnshlrp.Eni'lttm!.
li. F. ALLEN ct- CO., Sole Affcnt
FOIt I ITi:i NTATKM, 803 V SOT C l.ll ll- KT., SIIW IORK,
Who (if your dnippjist dors not keep them) will mail noecliam's
l'illi on receipt of price tW inquire Jirst. (I'kasc mention this paper.)
SEND FOR PRICES
OF MASON'S FRUIT JARS. ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
Statemont of Its Condition nt tho
MtaiiH mi I lii-rotint1
Mo ks an II, hi. N 1 1, n llian in.iik 't nrirel
urnitiirr and I in nr.-
Treasury of I'. S. (iiiu i l.i I - 1 i iirn iicy for
I.I A HI
rii il:il St.H k
I mliwiUd I'rolils (m l)
lilvitlrlnl No. II (lal.HKC unpaid).,
jtT Tills Hank oiM-ni'il lis door for Inisim
ol li-uui'sste, lr.oia Is a vi m ral lnkinc
Tnrley. of Turley 'ri.;lit.
tvm, of M. luiviti A I ii.
I' t.K of li. I nil- A I
Ni Isini. of Ni'loi ,V It dm,.
Mias. of T. II. Huts ,V Co.
II. Wilkinson, of limk.'rv. Wilkinon it
J M. li Iliar. of (its d'tar .t r,s
V. T. Antli rtuni, I'ri n't Audi m m Hut C.
t'liut. Ku v
M. II. Ki'iim-il.iy, Him r-:irv I "i I i !.'
Manhattan Savings Rank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $ioo,03c
HOAIII) (lie miTHTKTTs.
I. If inninr, Fo1 Iul mm, J., ho W. Corliran,
.1. II. Jlindwrrknf, ll.ir U I IVrt S, Hin ill I tirif,
1)1'. II 1. 1. It'll, Jniiiei Nalli.in A. Iti-nkril,
l Ly, K. L. (iul'lbaiuu, Jnt. M. Pdnrt, t'. N. Uruiitaor,
D. P. Iladdi-n, PrnMmk Jno. V. lui liran, Vlie 1'niidi.iit Jan. Nadnn, (nihirr
K mrrriVK li:i'OSIT-lnHuin.of OSi: IHI.r.Alt mid npaar.l. anl credit Iul,
et itti inn nil am 1! v. V hmn ',.-r. -nl Ka- lliius f ir I a rlliK Mrn llv Fiml-l'l
INtrsiMI.Sr !IV!H i a I I hi. dm lit Inn of nir lluvi.r.. if a iinanial I lisr.it I i
nli:ivp I ii r rtprrl 'iitf and anp t siiuil. lo I irr n.ili in II nurililit rsnil, ami ll.
ortirr. ni d I r i.if.-sr r ll illv In Its Inisii ta fnmi all ilu , mi l a ill i i.dangr to i.n-r.
II. lonl'.tlnnin li luiiir rip im I Iu ih-ni.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON THE PRINCIPAL CITIH3 OF EUROPK.
it. litM.iT hiaymci;
Memphis City Bank
FULL PAID CAPITAL. S 250,000.
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn.
W.l. Toy J..1.11 l,.i;ue,
.' N. (trusiriior, l 'i.nlo,
J..',., A IVtil.. .In'. . I -. .t'l,
lr W. V. Wllkrrton,
I!. K. .S rimnt,
V I a- iTim
ft k ivrrrii
ft ft BPICTtft
Z. N. E8TBS & CO.
(BUOCRiBOIlg TO fctfTtU, IO AN A CO.)
Wliolcsalo Grocci-s and Cottou Iictor3
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union
TUB rilESENT LATIOK BTOOK OF
EJ-iiuu-Lisra? clocks, bboitzes,
W Arc Dotormlnod to Oroatly IloUuoo In tl. Noxt Few Weals by
Dipstion Disordered Liver.
OIoho of Buatnoaa Monday, May 20,
TIs ni ;n
i III To
rril. uiiition ).,,
I.I TI !:-.
t iM0.no ) oi
,.$ tn,in oi
h.M. ill Hs
I i,u;.i,iiin iu
. Mav ?l
lssl sn ),.i.,i.,lrr for the Slain
, nil, I plx.'. S'i iul III It'll I h,l to rolllO'
.1. It. i.ti!S IN I'r. .i.l. ut.
J. M. l.tMUHlA If. Viefd'Hsitleiil.
r. II. ItAIMO, l uslilir.
John Arnil.taa I, ut A. mi d. 'id A I, tin ln.
II. I . (iiifoii, It al K-tal.- J N ii I. r.
A. W. Ni'Wxiin, of laialioru t NVni mi.
J It ..Hlin. of J li (i.flnln . i ...
W. I'. Iiinun nit, uf Iiiinavant A Knlly.
A ...I - I It I . t XI
. niriirn .1. ii;iih., ,. illMIIT- IV luirri..
1 J. M. f-1 1 1 1 1 1 , i,r hii.ii.-i Nniiii. A- 1..
I'iiiII Iiiu l o.
II. Il 1 iillln. of J II ft, flln A Co.
mi l Al-i rlltil 111 1 11.11 rami-I n,
J. N. ll'.l Inv,
3. I I. A K.
it I'rt.i.lt ut.
IIENUV J. l.YSV.
I'r A "i M-
I: M n f-.
IT. a DO A If.
Stroot. Momphls. Tcna
Cull nt One and Oct Flrt Choto and a nnralii.
- - 294 MAIN STREET
Te tic Pullcl
JIT STOCK or
From tho Isdlnf and FtantUrd Ifoumts, IS
Complete. Kfsperlfullr Inrllo You
lo Call suit liupcct
Prices and Qualify
li In the llioi.il of a r motif! sail KipcrU
tut'd fcblrl Cutter.
equal to tiik dust.
Elaborately Furnlshrd tor TurkUh, I'UIn
and I'luofo Uaibk
41.43 MONROE STREET.
iMcinphis, : Tcim.
I on Is llati.uur,
K I . Kni.1.
Jo. V Alll.otl,
l. I'. Iln.l l. n.
k. I'. l.rsM-s.
W. N Union,
Jan. l is. Jr ,
1. n. Itniiliiwa.
M. W lllculsini.
I. T. Mill,
I. 1. Ji'iiuy,
1. II. Vanes,
J. W. (iirhrsn,
W. A. I n rai.lh
C F. Farina
JOHN W CfK IIHAM. I rv.l l.nt
LOl ls lUNAlUl. liv I'ml.lrnt
J MI.V M. I rTklis. i'.,hi.a
C. C t-Kt.OhS, Aaslsuul tashla
Alllanca Bank, Limited, London. Enctand
Chemical National Ba.. 1 1 1 New Ysrk
IIRAIUnAllT RH ros 1
CORRUGATED IRON SIDINQi
AND IRON HOOFINO.
uliahla l..r all kloai ol buiulu.. i 1
.ilinslmal IsruKTiains rail a .waJarsw
massrnis METAL WOOD ntf'O CO
Has. ios an4 M Main nt aa.l ma y ,.n"i.
' MrMI-HlN. tlNN. '
llna in.nrn lor Iron lpu.amliw.1.. n.i 1
Tnaiaal Ir a t uijm. 1 in luwia and Hurra. '
Ma ft Stewart & Go.
CUTLERY, MECHANICS' TOOL3
Canton Imidnmanta, Soraan Door
TIIK I I- T I.AUN WliWI.lt IN TIIK MARKfT
3Q0 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
TELEPHONE 1. 181.
at, ft. Mniirlrrs and raratr will Hn4
Il In llirlr latrriMl la Kiamlna Onr UvaUf
la U. IX IIOUT A BHO I
HATH aUOfU TO
No.3301-2 Second SL, Memphis
a a- A hill sn.1 mn pints stork Wtwl iM Ma.
Inliir i'a-ns an l atk.ia, las Lornn. tmk.ta ta4
a-n.l KL. .In. 1 1 na aaaA Otsiaa bf Iniajraaa,
tuaiU 111 14
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