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THE MEMPHIS ' APPEAL i-THUUSDAY, TUKT3 0; IBM
SHELBY SUNDAY SCHOOLS
BffiUUND ANNUAL CONVENTION AT
The Absence of LotuT.ug Delegate In
terfere Somewhat Willi the Proceed
ing, But Tbey VTore Pleasant and
Profitable, Anyhow Detailed Report
Tho Second Annual Convention of
Funduy-gchoolg of Shelby County wai
lieltl !u the IVusbytcrian Cli urch, ut Kerr
ville, Tono., Tuesday, Juno 4.
Delegatus from every part of tho county
Only iiinoly-fotir nitnea were registered,
but fully 2JJ iK'loK'alti were present, be
eidos u goat num!er of children. The
day suasion was so well attenJed that
"atanJiritf room only" could bj found.
Compared with tho convention of last
year it was n pronounced succor, uud
Hhowod a wonderful growth in power and
numbers. At that time only live schools
wnt in reports, this year fifty were heard
fioin, nud it Is confidently expected that
next year every school in the county will
hend full report. Only a few faithful
ones have had the working up
of the convention, and being in its infancy
much hard work has been required. It is
hoped that during the coining year a host
of active workers will bo busy, so that
when the next annual convention occurs
at llarllett, Tenn., everything will bo in
prtijK'r runuinjf order.
The delegate from Memphis numbered
about one hundred and titty, among
whom were some of the best church work
ers and bcttt citisens.
John R. lVptwr. president, being- absent
5"l nccount of bad health, Judge L. II.
The convention 0Mjnod at 10:30 o'clock
a-m. with a welcomo addreits by the lie v.
Mr. Crow, of Kcrrvillo, followed bv devo
tional exercises conducted by Win. 1).
Laumastcr, general secretary of tho Young
Men's Christian Association of Memphis,
after which reports were read by repre
esentatives of the various' districts.
Tho discussion, "Organisation and
Kvangelization" was to have been opened
by the liev. II. A. Jones, but he Wing
absent the president, L. II. Elites, called
upon several gentlemen in tho audience
for live minute talks on tho subject. After
the discussion of this paper dinner was
announced, and everybody repaired to a
beautiful grovo near by, w here a bounti
ful repast awaited t lie in. Here was a
genuine least of good things, and tho good
people of Kerrville vied with each oilier
in entertaining tho visitors in a royal
At the conclusion of tho meal Mr. D. A.
Merrill said that siiier would tie served
in tho sauio manner, and that if nnv of
tho visiting delegates desired to stay over
night, hollies would bo provided fur them,
and not only provided for ono ni-lit, but
lor several weeks if necessary.
Tho afternoon session was opened with
devotional exorcises, condut-tod by Ju'Ilo
V. W. JIcihkcII, followed by Mrs. J. 1'.
l'rtitzuiaun willi an admirable piier on
"The Importance and borne MelhoJs of
Mr. K. A. Ixmg sent In a pnier on "Tho
Great Usefulness of a lititliiiil fcccrelary,"
which showed careful preparutiuii.
Following tiiis was a pointed and well-
vritlen p r prepared by Ferd Farrcw,'
"Jlow um e Uracil the lpaiHcly-ix-tlled
and LVstitute 1 'on ions o( Our County?"
Tho pnrou "Music an Impor:aut lea
turo of the bcbuul" was opened by Mr.
"Is There Any f-'pccial Obligation on tho
Adult Muuiliers of liiu ( huivli to F.iiinije
in rjuiiday-MchHil Work?" tamo next, oy
i . iioiie.
"Normal Clares and Institutes for llm
Lawr Hudy of Uod's Word," was ably
liamlled bylhu IU.-V. Warner Moore.
"J ho Sunuiitileudeiit's rupplementnl
Work," bv J. It. 1'epiM-r, was upt-nnd by
ludgo I. 11. Kstca, owing to tho absence
of Mr. lVpM-r.
"The Tcscher's Week-day Work, and
bow it may be made lo (ell on the Kabhath
1 lay's lesson," vraa ably considered by
Mrs. Angus Campbell, of Memphis, and
was brimful of good thing for tuethouirliL-
Tho nielli session opened with a "pi riled
aong service, conducted by K. F. Wills.
During this service Mrs. J. II. r-now sang
a beautiful solo.
"Our Duty and Our Opportunity to
Work Among Colored I'eople of Our Coun
ty," was opened with a pser prepared by
Mr. N. 11. Johnston, aud brought out many
The pser by the Rev. F.ugeoe Daniel,
"More Conscience Needed in Our Pundny-sx-liool
Work," was not taken up, owing
to the absence of Dr. Daniel.
During the timo allotted for the business
session, reiorta were hoard froir. the com
mittee on resolutions aud the committee
on nominations, as follows:
The committee on nominations report
tho following names for elect ion: I're.j.
dent J. 11 1'epiier. r?ccrctary Mrs.
Angus Campbell. Treasurer It, (i.
I r.ug. F.xecutive Commiiiee It F. Wi.
cox, Memphis: Dr. Wnd.ly, CollierviMc;
James Hood, llartlctt. Vice 1'rei.ldents
D. U. tioolwin. First District; Cham
Jones. Second Dint rid; W. M. Coleman,
Third District; J. M. Adams, Fourth Dis
Jcl; K Wills, Fifth District; Dr. Taylor,
"atli District; Mnith, Kovcnlh District;
J. A. Mercer, F.ighth District; (Ir.invillo
Allen, Ninth District: T. II. llmiiiilirvvs.
Tenth District; O. V. Thomas, Flevciith
District; I- K i:iam, Tselfth District: Dr.
N. F. Ituiiis. Thirteenth District; W. II.
Kennedy, FoiirWlltli District; Thomas
Daily, lifieenth District; Dr. Clialliu, Hx
teenth District; II. II. lismsev, Seven
teeutli District; J. W. Youug, F'i;lilccntb
The Committeo on resolutions sent la
When ss, Hince our last services it lias
fih s'ivl tho Master lo remove from Ilia act
ve liiisirs of hfo our brothers l, W.
Hughes sml F. W. Hiorrill, onu of whom,
llrother Hughes, was siljH'riuleudelit of
i tho icnirni liupiist Nin.lay hcliool, and
the other, lirother Mierrill, suicrintend-
nit of the Third 1'reshyleriau Xunduy
I (School, in the city of Memphis, therefore
j Kesolved, That wc 1111111111 to tho gra
7 tlous decisions of the l-ord of the Vine
I jrsrd, whoso wo are and whom we serve,
I Itesolved, That we sympathize with the
J scliooU w hich havo lost their beloved su
perintendents, and with tho families of
our deceased brothers in their bereave
ment, nnd pisy that tho Holy Ghost may
Kcsolved, That we rejoice In the belief
(hat these, beloved brethren liavo been re
moved lo a higher sphere of service and
liave entered into eternal happiness.
N. F. 1U 1 Mrs,
T. If. (JlMNIIKRtr. '
The "question box" was a feature of tho
convention, and la this way many I in por
ts tit questions, pertaining to Hunday
school work, were asked and answered.
Mr. J. P. I'routitnan, on l-ohalf of the
- convention offered a resolution thanking
the people of Kerrville and vicinity for
' their hospitality, and Jadtm L. 11. 'Kstcs
thanked the members of the Presbyterian
C hurch for the use of Ibe bouse.
On behalf of the cltlcens of Kerrville,
Dr. liusby made a telling scech, thank
ing the visiting delegates for their pres
ence and tho good they had brought, aud
Cnislied bv a cordial invilntion to roturn.
After other remarks by the visitors the
convention adjourned, to meet In liartlott,
The Noulhrra Niesra Dje Works,
No. 83 Court street, are prepared to clean,
and dyo dresses, laces and clothing.
THE J. a MSNKEN COMPANY.
Wo have something today of npncinl in
terest to housekeepers. Oscnr ildo says
that the best cook in the world will show
togreatdiHadvauuigo if the temptingviands
are not placed on inviting tableware. You
will havo an opportunity to plaee your
selves in harmony with Oscat'a ideal
today, for wo will soli somo two hundred
lino dinner sets at really a great
sacrifice. There is some defect in each
Hot perhaps a plato or cu; broken,
or a lew vetuels chipped, and tu some in
Htances manufacturer's defects prevail all
of which will be pointed out to tho buyer.
A list is added further ou in this advertise
ment. Resides tho dinner seta we offer today
equally tempting bargains in Shoes, Dress
Goods, Kibbons, Miiiinorv, Whito Goods
and 1 look 9. Head ou to tho cud; tho timo
ami trouhlo expended will return a hun
dred fold, if, indeed you come to our store
today aud make an iuvestmout, compound
interest to you.
At 59.50: Moss Hose Pinner Sets, con
sisting of 101 pieces.
At 7.60: Real China Dinner Sets, rich
decorations, 100 and 113 pieces, slightly
At $13.73: Decorated China Dinner
Sets, worth $30.00, slight Itnperfectiou.
At $1(1.50: Dinner Sets, decorated in
gold anil flowers.
At $18.00: F.xtra Fine Dinner Sets,
slightly 11 ro cracked worth $30.00, if per
fect. 100 additional sets, American. German,
English and French China, all more or
loss imperfect marked today at prices
that w ill soil them.
NOVtXI Y iVuLANNWAKF.
Set of Crystal Tableware 12 cut and en
graved goblets, 12 champagnes, 12 clarets,
12 sherries, enliro act JlU.tM, real value,
ALMOST OIVINO AWAY A FACT.
500 Fancy Flush Photograph Albums
23c, regular price 73c and $1.(HJ.
,MX)tcrap Albums at 5c, worth 40c.
W line Photograph Albumi worth $2,
at this sale only 4Sc.
l.ooo small Autograph Albums only 3c
Celluloid and leather Writing lolios
complete, with paer, ink, pens. They
nre worth $2 and 3 each. We have made
two lots of them and will sell them todav
at 23c and 30c
Nkw Rookic "Thoniackrt ill." "Timo's
Hcythe," "John Herring," "Vhitechap?l
Mystery," "Fatal Khryno," "A l.alu Re
pentance." Juno Century was delayed;
it is now on hand. It's an unusually in
Wiiitr Goons: 10,000 Remnnnti to lay,
from a yard to a dress length; from 5c a
yard to the finest goods, iixlay, also, wo
oiler special bargains in colored Plaid
I-awna and while Plaid Mulls.
Imported India Mn:l, It Yard for !.
00 ruxts ciioiLKsT styles new Challies
All ota 15c Debeges today miirkod 10c.
RinilOMS ASIt mii.i.ii:ky.
Wo havo divided our entire stock of
fancy riblsjiis into three lots aud marked
them today at uniform prices.
Tho OOc Ribbons aru reduced to 23c 0
Tho 73c Ribbons aro reduce! to 33c a
Tho $1.00 Ribbons aro reduced to 40c a
Como early; there aro big bargains,
We will sim. today men' low cut
Dongola Mksk, worth i(Ki. lor I.H7.
Wk will ski l ladies' Kid HuttonMuNsi,
hand turned, common scnao hist, for f J.jll.
A Diiivr- All our $3.00 Dongola Kid
Rutton Shoes, oisTS, coimuou svuso and
medium lasts, at $2.47 toJay.
Mrx'a STRietn l'alhriir?nn I'mteraturls
and Drawers at 12.00 a suit, were $2.75.
Mux's nanws IlaltirL"':in Norka. aitk
clocks, 0 pair for $1.00; Worth 3')c a pair.
Mix niiuiri) llalbnggan Bhlru and
Drawers, 50c each.
M'i flaxmcl Ovcrshlrti 03c each;
Ladls Hlbk4 Jane tt S3 tMt.
TUB J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
Safety dicnds upon pure and unadulter
ated food, thenYor, in ordering Vinegar
be sura you get the "O.irk" brand, which
is indorsed by every large grocer in the
Tits Vaar I'avillnn I'ark at Weal Unm.
tihis will be onen to the mitilio today from
3 :10 to 10 o'clock p.m. Music by llie lul-
inn band, and refreshments by Mr. Jus.
Hppcht. Ailin'iMion to the park free.
Ferry leaves her dock at 3. 13, and every
40 minutes thereafter. Round trip faro
2o tents. Pavilion s lion Is aniMo sia
for twenty sets of dancers, while the
grounds are supplied with swings, croquet
and oilier sinusi'iuents lor young and old.
Refresh inents tlrst cUss, ami st the Mom
phis price. Public cordially Invited.
Tjix Indies' Pastors' Aid Society of the
Court fctrvel Cumlerland Prcstiyteriun
. ' 1 ... . 1. .. .. 1 - 1 t . 1 . .
viii:it-ii, iiuucr a uuau aiisi:cea ine inter
na tional Rawtr was given recently, desire
lo expn-ss their thanks lo iIumm whoso
kindly assisted on that occasion, lollio
nierchaiits aud Iricii'U who contributed so
liberally, to tho ladies from other churches
slin airt.l Moth flii.ln a.1 eluu.rfiillw ainl
cllicioutly, and the peuoral public lo how
Senerous patronsgo they owo their sihn
id success, they beg to offer their grateful
411. M. U UAI.I)WAT.
Mns. W. T. Castm sioht,
Nsrrelary and Treasurer.
That your grocer give yon ,'0rk" Vln
cgnr and take no other. Your health dc-iM-nds
Iks aaaibara ataaaa twm Warns,
Vn A'l Pniirt alfvinl I , u. f! I I
l-ost Carpel Cleaner In existence, and
charge only 4 cents r yard for cleaning
carpet and delivering asuio.
W bn luat iwealviul a trsa tnl l
rituburg ias Coke, very fine, Pittsburg
ana Aikyirsciio voi ami Aslt and Oak
Wood. V. U. Uav.M ACo,
Fn.t Drwsj MiirU a specialty. Finish
equal to new. Memphis btesm laundry.
5TJ4 (Second tlrveL Rratith oflica, 'il
FOR HE IS AN ENGINEER.
A SHORT CHAPTER ON TH8 C1TY'8
PAVEMENTS AND BBWER3.
The Caar Tells Why Eton Crossings
Were Removed Alon Third Btreet,
Why It Inclines Bastwardly, and Re
fer Briefly to tha Sewers.
Tho Third street pavement, of granite
blocks, tho material now deemed superior
to any otuer known to tho civiluod world.
will not be completed until about July 1st
Whether Justly or not, tho citv author
ities regard it with unfeigned pride and
pleasure, as the monument to their admin
istration that will stand long after they
havo been retired to private lifo, or have
been consigned to tho caro of mother
Ono thing has boon noticed In tho lay
ing of the pavomcnt which sent an Ac
rL reporter to rrciident lladden, yos
terday, for explanation. It was tho ab
sence of crossings, ut street corners, many
of thoso previously thero having been ro
moved. When naked why this had been
done, President lladden replied:
"It isn't fashlonablo with granite block
There ho stopped, and the reporter
yielded to an impulse to smile audibly.
"What are you laughing altout?" quer.
led tho Czar of the Taxing District. "It is
not fushionublo, hud that's a fact. In our
visit to New Vork and examination of
Ilroadway, wo didn't find nnv crossings
except at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel. Hut
there' another thing. Wo don't antici
pate that crossings will be necessary, and
they're hard to adjust to granite block
pavement anyhow. It is cxiectcd by us
that such embellishments ns stone cross
ings will bo unnecessary. Wo do not ex
pect much mud lo accumulate, and that
will doubtless be removed by lien. lctl'ry
and his force of street sweepers."
"Third street is not a business street
and perhaps residents will nut go tuto the
subscription business to have the street
swept," suggested tho reporter.
"Vea, I thiuk they will" mused tho
Csar. "Thero was un old theory, you
know, that mud worked up from tho bot
tom under pressuro of vehicles. Wo
claim that with the coucreto foundation
to tho Third street pavement that iheurv
will not apply to thai, (if course there
will bo mud left on it from wheels of ve
hicles running upon it from other streets,
but the probable daily sweeping w ill re
move it aud render crossing easy at nearly
all seasons, dry shod. With our energetic
ooplu stone erodings are altuoil unuece s
aury anyhow. They break across tho
street ut uny and ali points, with regard
only for the steps they cm save."
"Have you observed that Third street
Inclined toward tho cast? '
"Yes. a few block of it. You will find
that to ho true with regard to a groat many
of our streets."
"Aud whv, especially where new pave
ments ro being laid, niid tho nverago m m
can eo no reason for not correcting tho
"I'nder tho old city government tho
grade of alt our older stnt ts were fixed,
anJ people have conformed to it in build
ing. Main street, forcxamplc, is one of the
most crooked streets in tho who'eciiy in
the matter of gra h. We find that in at
tempting to correct tho alignments a great
many people, kick, and with such eucrgy
that tho city would prohably have to stand
heavy Costa fora change. Then, loo, lucre
are other obstacles to u change which can
not bo removed. One of llieui appears on
North Court street, where that sample
brick pavement was laid. Water llowiug
east a'.ong 11 trotu .Main street starts out 111
au amply rapacious gutter. Ilcforo it
reaches N-cond tho gutter grows smaller
an. I smaller, to conlorm to llm Second
street gutter, and wheu It reaches there
has alomsl none at all to contain it. an
spreads out scleral feet. The same is true
ol the How south on Second lo Madisou
street. If wo provided for tho llow of
water in gutters at those and other points
then we would run into tho grades ol cross
streets. J'.nginccnug skill, thus lar, hat
lulled lo suggest a remedy."
"Could not tho wster lie turned Into tho
"Our sewer system is not designed lo ro
coive surface drainage, aud has all it can
do without it"
"llow longd) you think it will bo before
our present sewer system will havo lo Is)
enlarged or extended?"
"lu my opinion wo ought to lay another
maiu, say from Poplar street, along tho
bavou and about at low water mark. Of
course, wo could not lay It in the bayou,
lor then tho water would wash it away;
but 1 mean closely along the bjnk. Ihiil
would enable a large number of iwoplo to
make connection w ho Hod such a coiivcn
ii uce at present impracticable. Along the
wdo on which the main was laid this
would bo very easily done, but on tho
other it would bo accomplished some list
on the syphon principle. Tho pia would
have to curve under too U-d of the bayou."
a Ihr Braaal lb Walsrt,
From Ui Terra Haul .if rei
Tho Kdltor'a Friend -Dju't be so
down-hearted, old mail. She' not tho
only woman in the world. "There's just
Osgood llsh in the sea," you know. The
Kdiior It 1 not tho simple fad that she
rejected me that hurts so much ai the nay
in which sho dnl it. M10 returned all my
letter aloug with a "dw lined-wilh-thaiik
card" thai 1 onco sent her 011 receipt of a
poem sho had sent lo t.iu ollicu before wo
is a form of blood poison ahlch Is not tin
derst'xsl by the medical pndcion as to
lis real nature and chaincler, but il is evi
dently hereditary In Its nature. It may
accidentally develop itself without any
predisKition or evidence of such exist
ing hjisoi). Tho knifo or caustic salves
have heretofore been tho so-called rcino
die for II, but all honest practiouers will
tell you that this treatment fails to cure,
Slid only hastens fatal result. Thousands
of rase of epithelioma (skin) cancers, ami
a gteat many case ol sclribu cancers,
havo been entirely cured by the use of
Swift's Siecillc. Il forces the Isiisoil out
through Iho cancer itself, aud the pores of
My father bad cancer: my hiisbard also
bad csncer, in fact died with it. In 173
a lump came on my nose, which steadily
increased in site, and alarmed uiu. 1 used
virions remedies salves snd other appli
cation, and finally tried lo burn ll out,
but the soro returned worse than ever,
growing larger and more angry, until I de
termined to try swift' Sssilic. 1 look
the medicine and it soon made a complete
euro. I know that H. 8, K cured me, lie
cauao 1 discarded all other remedies. This
was several years sgo, and I have bad no
sign ol return of ih cancer.
Mas. M. T. Mask,
April 5, DW. Woodbury, Texaa.
Tresliso on Cancer mailed Ire.
Tu Swirr smmc Co., Drawer 3, At
'OxahV' Vinegar will preserve your
pickle aud your health.
LATtsrToTliotogrsph at Fxhsrd'i, 248
WORTH knowing 1 tint Wood dls.
coses which all other remedies fail
to cure, yield to Ayer's Sarsaparllhu
rrcsli con Urina
tion of this state,
incut comes to
bond dally. Even
mid ituljborn com-
m I rv I I'niuin as jwiou
Tlti.Y matiMi), Klicnma-
S' M . .tt.... lit
jrt Clout, and the
tlHfe 1 010 "IHr0,,K'1
C iritS irra'H'a,el by
IV'?! the useof this won.
Mrs. R. Irving
DodKe, 110 West
12.11 h street, New
York, eerlllle :
" About two year ago, utter suffering
for nearly two years from rlieiiinatio
pout, being able to walk only w ith great
discomtori, and having tried various
remedies, Including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by un advertise
ment In a Chicago paper that a man had
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long sulTeiln;, ley taking
Aver s Harsapnrilla. I then decided to
tualio a trlul of this medicine, and took
It reguluiiy for eight mouths, I BiU
pleased to say that It etlected a com.
plete euro, and that I have siuce had u
return of the disease."
Mrs. L. A. Stark, Nashua, N. IT.,
writes: "Ons year ago 1 was taken ill
with rheumatism, being routined to my
bouse six mouths. I eamn out of the
sickness very much debilitated, with no
appetite, and my system disordered in
every way. I commenced lo uss Ayer's
Farsaparill and liegan to Improve at
onen, gaining In strength and soon re
covering my uiuul health. 1 enimot say
too much In praise of this well-known
" t have taken a great deal of medi
cine, but nothing lias done nin so
much good as Ayer's Hnrsnimrllla. I
felt its beneficial effects before 1 hnd
quite finished one buttle, and I ran
freely testify that It Is the tienl tileud
rnedlcinn I know of." L. W.Ward, Br.,
Wood laud, Texas.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, M.111.
Me. t ; tit bolllra, . Worth i boltla.
InlstMtln Isct Is this, that ss opportunity I get I
such snail ipse ss muck tslutblt knoatMljt si Is
contslnist Is Dr. Hirtnas's "till el LIU" rarely
pretests IIsfII. And, ss II ess b obtains trM ol
ctaros by sendlnf to 010 Po-rs-ns Models Co,
Columbus, 0., so sao ess sltoro! to so without It. II
Is SliS is
Fact Ihil el Ih hundred el iHllmonlill I Id
aondertul curitln proporuos ol PE RU NA,U CU
Pl ind MAN -LIN eosUlntJ Is IMs pasiphlol
thort II sol sno that Is sol absolutely nlunUry Is
ory Kopscl. Nor Is thero sno Hut Is sol iiolutrt)
Irutlaorthy. Anysn CSS OOiih; M Ml; UrnfU Uul
Kill II S
By writing Is Ih pUnh) Hwsitdi, aho all only
bo to t'li Is lutnlastul and lo oniphaslil thtn
tulimoniils. II others hit boos sick set sow
all sad kippy, ahy sheulds't you bet It PE-flU-M.
HAN A-Ll ssd LA CU rl A hrt-aa tham.aV,
earUlntyalllhdpTO. dead thf" Ills ol UIHlnd
So ahlck ono yos nood.
HEALTH It, WEALTH.
Ps. F. r. M'ksti Hrs as MTa Tsitrsiar.
0siarsiilt. nc'isc nr li.frla, hi-'iuesj, Cev
Oulfclous. ttls. Senruii. Seiira'uls. Iln.luihe. Nirr
u. l'rttallunraiiM1 ly I'io el aieuhul or U
tarro. Wskrluln-.. Mslilal Itrprewion aohenlut
.l lha flrsln nanllltu la I t-ai.or oi1 Ira litis 1 1
tmwrt, le.vi jr ss I d-sili, I'r. n itvirs o,. Asa Bir.
rrniinu, lasitl ptwf-f ri oithi r a-t. ln?olnrtlar
l4toii'1 hprm si irrhra eswi l.v nvsrateru.a
ol tba brain, aril ihna ur otsr tnilulgrma. aeit
lit ruuuluBoas motilli trrstuint lli'lobut.
orsls UMes lar sV.isi. K'Dl It stall prepaid us ra
ta lot ytr.it,
v.' Guarantaa Wis Bosass
Toeiira n' ease. With eh oelff ielte4 hf n
Ii r .It lrm, ci-campaniad ahb ai a will si I
llie .urehsM irtir writtaq atsraMie l rtial 110
nay II tha Iraatwal aa ual e.- a O'ira
l.liarsuleeo laaiusl only by John G. Wt4 dl lV,
Ista.lr A ' o . ItrutaMa, sol AseuU. llsls U4K
blew bit la lens
Sick Headache 1
ST DSIB9 TOE QZEUISC
PRICE, 2S CENTS.
K."a d- ui.AJiJi.'VnJ ci the out .id
wrsrper frrn boi of tho pemilno l'n.
('. Mcl.ANK'.S Cri.raiurrn Livra
I '1 1.1 A with your address, plainly writ
ten, and we will send yni, l return
mail s m.ijmiflvtit psckar"! hrniaiie
and Olcographlo Card.
-l 11 a ml ii
wa. aow MArw rrilt, nrwpni. rank.
lapffrvra an Hoslat rs Oano, AmsaaalUaoi
ta S-Uhlaa Taakla, Malldaro' llaedvar
llria UaU4 SssoasUUn ho HoUllaadl
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1889 - SPRING-ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
ELEO-A-ISTT OLOOKS, BBONZES, ETC.,
W Ar Determined to Oreatly rieduoe la tho Next Few Wweka by
OiTITEIlING- A.T VERY LOW PRICES
Our Stock la Entirely Too Lrge for the Boaeoo, Call at Onoo and Oot rirat Chotoe and a Bargain-
SEND FOR PRICES
OP MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OK FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
OF MEMPHIS. TENN.
Statement of Its Condition, nt the Oloso of Bunluoas Monday, May 20, '80
Loans and IMwninils
Hlorks and llnnds(le lliaii nmrket priee)
Kurniture and Fis lures
Treasury til U. t). (inntil.ited currency (or redcuiption)
I'ndividod I'rollls (net)
llivideiid No. It (baliiuc unpaid).,
rrTlils llnnk opened Its doors for business May 21. W, Is lepo!tory for the Stnto
of TeuiivsMe, trunnt t a general banking buainesi, mid (;lvi niw. lul attenliun toeolluo
lion. .1. Ii. (,(ll. President.
J. M. ;OiiHAi:, Viev Pivridont.
I'. 11. K.UNi; laibiur.
T. II. Turley. of Turley Wrb;lit.
M. (iiivin. of M. linvlii A o.
J. X. riillt of (I. Knits i n.
K. M. Nelson, of Nelson .V It.dna.
T. R Hims, nf T. II. Mins ,V t o.
1'.. II. Wilkinson, of iLskery, Wilkliiv.n X
J. M. liiMnllmr, of fiiM db.ir t ('.
V. T. Anderson, I'res't Amb rsou lint Co.
( bns. kn v.
V. II. Kenni'dnv, Heeretiiry Cilixen
Manhattan Savings Bank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $ioo,ojc
I. H.imtier, Polfol. mm.
j. i(. Il inoai rter, H:ir la I r IVreo,
li. I'. Illildeil. JiltliA. Viilhuii
L. Levy, li. !.. Iiublliaiiui, jni. t
OK KI I-.ItMt
D. P. lladden, Trosldi nt. Jno. W. Coelirnn, Vb c 't sldi nl. J::s. T:alb.m, Cmlixr
WE Ill.TKIVK PKI-OSITIn Piimscf OVi: IMI f.Af! ssd liair.. nti I en . Ill fnl.
rt on limn vmi snnuslle. We list 1 .-el. ut y, Hm, , ,,r a 1 lib. it Hiirilv Fnai-i la-.
INVl'M MI'.NT HON I H. 1 n I III" Irn'isi' lion of nuy llii-ine.s its I ioiim iiil I luirsi I. i
We bav limit riierl Mire snd anip' ispitiil. to I ier a.lli in II moral le n rnnl, mid I' .
Oitl. rr sod Trustees c irllullv InviM lm sines fmui ull 1U11, mi l a, II endimor lu merit
II. mnfldrnte a ImiK r p i d In lie in.
EXCIIANOE FOR 8ALK ON THE PRINCIPAL CITIF.3 OF EUROPE.
IL lilDI.KY FltlYsKi;
Memphis City Bank
FULL PAID CAPITAL, S 250,000.
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn.
Or XV. If. Wllkfrion,
IL I". Menmies,
Fulmer, Thornton & Co.
Ho. eoo rRONT btrket
sttssiraallssa la lb V sea phi 0 rosary 0spaay. Or don for Oood pransUy OUod, sal
Liberal Air lass i lujiplU sal Cask atl V Maui CdU.
kTLXDOl BROS., of Odiba, Ulaa
vo im abb us ruoxr btjvi.
J. W. FLT.
FLY, IIERR0N & IIOBSON,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
Na 822 ind 324 Front Street MemDbia. Tenn.
TUB rrtEHENT LARQE 8TOCK OF
63,1107 12-$ S1A.7IJ OS
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Jolin ArniNtead, of ArmNleal I.nuloi.
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A. V. Ni'wsoiii, of I. inborn ,t Ness mi.
J. K lioduin, of J. I! (I.hIuIm ,V l o.
V. P. liiniiiviiiit, of Ihiiuivuiil A Kelly.
Andrew J. HnrrK of M.Mire A Harris.
J. M. hiinili. of hinilcy, hiinlli ,k t o. nud
I'iiiii 1. 111 In.
II. I) l oltln, ,,( J. CoHln A Co.
' and Alii A 1 1 i n .-Ion Insuriiiire t'o.
J.din W I'is br.n,
I. it Ili't
rrlrri, '. N. (nuncn r, Kum'l Monk.
J H. Itobllls III,
J. 111. a k.
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r N. (irosveiior, M i.avin. Ir A.i Mne'atr,
Jo'in A Iti'ine. J,,', , l vnVtrsnj. ; M,.,.(,.
KEMP Ilia TINT!
f. at. FORFTElfT.
294 MAIN STREET
To k Public !
II Y STOCK 0?
From tlia Uadliif and t-tsnard House, Is
CouiU-Ui. Tcipei lfully Invito You
to Call aud lusx t
Prices and Quality
lli; the Hands nl a I'nctlca'.saJ Expert.
iiucJ bliln 1 utter.
tui'AL to the mar.
Idaboralclj Furnlihed tnr TurkUb, PUda
aud I'luugt Uotlis,
41-43 MOrMP.OE STREET.
Memphis, : ToniL
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J T. ivini,
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An In livukcr
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C U SI.I I't.X, Ais4ianl CtahJ,
i'ctniiKPvns rn,:s-i .
Alliance Ta-il', Limited, London, Enrtsnl
Chen.ii at National Dan. 1 1 1 Now YotB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
AND IHON 1 OOF1NO.
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ri. wi.i. vtiMsrssd i.ii,intf panor,
S'ili.1,1. u.t all kln-liiit IhiU lists T. i-itunasat
U.I..I , st imrun, ralr. rll us ut Im,
MIMHMII MKTAL WOOU MP Q CO,
lsa.1.nartrn t .r Ir.m Inias4 ' rwlina. Ual.
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Malt Stewart & Go.
OUTLEUY, MBrilAKIC TOOL3
Oardort Implemnnto, Gorcon Doer
Tin: rn.-T laws mmnt in Tiir markft
330 SECOND GT.. - MEMPHIS
TtLKPHONE 1. 101.
N. II.. llul Jera auil ( arpanlora srltl Bn
H la Ikelr lulerss la . Us Ual 0l
J. F. HOLST & BRO:
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