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TI1E KUAll'IIlS 'Al'r AirlLrBmiJ.
WHAT 'OUR 8I3TERS OVER THI
Q BANDS THINK OF US.
CnaraoUrlstlos of th PsopU- of the
Two Bspubllos Tns Bwattay Dsntsen
of the Trans-Rio Grand a Dlgnlflod,
.But Slow Mexloan VVatsr-Works.
Corrcuponilcnpe of The Appcul. ,
Jaurkis, Mox., May 21. The mootina
of two tuitions on a common frontier, or
sons libra, like the confluonce of tho Mis
souri and Mississippi Rivers, whore both
'are great and neither yielding, rondors as
similation difficult, and tho struggle for
the mastery between contending stylos
end national characteristic inukoa a most
incongruous and bewildering picture. The
active, pushing Aryan bustle about,
while the Aztec, with dignified and
measured Inertia, roinaius moat pervernoly
stationary. No docs not enter the march
nf process; he is satiallud and free from
etniKKla, His American neighbor build
a stouo or wooden liouso and drinks water
from a cistern; the Mexican is content In
liia windowlvss adubo, and drinks from
tho mud-stained chalice of tho barriloro.
The American calls gambling a crime, and
tries to hide its head in the purlicns and
retired places of tho city; tho Mexican
views with complacency tho liordn of
game of chance ranged literally under
tho drippings of hi sanctuary; and,
whiio American clergymen sometimes
rcfuso to accept money raised by
church fairs, the Mexican padre collects
from each monto dealer on the church
plaza with pious regularity and as a mat
terof courito. Tlio Aiucricun looks ujion
liia swarthy neighbor with a brusque con
tempt; the Mexican look upon the Amer
ican with a lordly disdain and regards his
jrconco in Mexico a one would regard a
boorish guortt who not only InniNtod on
rumaging your private desk and drawers,
but who tilled hi pocket with your silver
ware, American girls "receive company,"
o to bulls and parties with young men.
Ki out shopping alone or in Itevie, and
rxcrciito their iudepoudciico guiierslly;
the Mexican aenorita receive no com
pany, never goes out uuless in company
with an argu-cyoil duenna, and doe not
know the inmde of a dry good storo. Tho
txipulsr taste ol the two ieoplea are dif
ferent and these lanlcs. crym allied into
accomplished facia, citation tliu iliyical
ajMx aruui of the iirriiuiiliug of each.
I an American li iiurt lie must go
into a restiiiirunl, read over a bill of fare and
order an elaborate repaxt, with toothpicks
and icuwaler accoiiipRiiinii'iils. A Mexi
can got ujHin the plnji, and, for a lew
rvnts, regales hiiiiM'll on turlill.w and lu-Mali-,
or the steaming li.-li of liipiid lire,
chile con came is Iniinli-d out and gultd
Uoun with never a frown.
The eye ol obcrvliin i never wearied.
Jiew seem- untold theim-elvcs to view at
every turn, and the plnlimopliii ul mind
ran luisy itrndl lciiNtiitly in not only dis
covering wtiut exmU, but iu eciiluting
why it exmtit. and what funv and condi
tions brought it about. Tliu Amer
ican and Mexican can never amiuii
luln. i lit) a'ow, haughty ilignily of tho
one, a coiuparud to ibo udventurou ra
pacity of tho oilier, l a lire to water,
i ho weaker nation may Ito ubrlied or
ci united out, but m-tcr cnii OMnniilnte.
American are cm nu hiim upon Mexican
territory, and will eveiilu.illy cover and
own it, aud tho (iernuii colony plantej
by llmmarck in tho Northern Mexican
Hates, a a barrier to American muiiict,
will joiu with tlmso In nil they weie in
tciidtsl to inlcrc.pt, becmiiu American
ud joint heritor in the fruit ot peace! ul
tin n. m i Jlu
.A"jlcad, lotsiM mi. I - KJ. ,
Mhal'ltS'b&V.iraMa lbhl af lb
It wa a great strido in Mexican civilict
tion whon the (jiiiiut earthenwaro water'
jxitu, or leathern water sacks, wore dis
carded and American barrel substituted.
mi l's by lj
tn I ' ion ol
clu I ', wo
In ' light of the agrarian outrage com-
iun'laiis on account of the in-
i of farm and labor saving in-
wo cannot marvel that more thiu
pin- awrsrtliy advocate of tin new idea
bad a stiletto pierce hi heart at the baud
id the adherent of the ancieul custom.
Hie barrvt i inch a wholesale Sort of
InethiMl of tramNirting water that 11 bor
der cliwely ujion a dangerous monopoly
and threatens to deprive tho many of
mean of siiNtensm-e for the especial ag
prnndiaeinenl of tho few. The barrel him
a bar of womI or mayhap iron run thiough
its center longitudinally. u( lx,t, rluK
Iirnjecling a couple ol inchtw. This bar
oriu a sort of axis, to each
end of which am attached rawhide
thongs and strati in a manner to enable
the end of the axia to revolve within
them. Thrno tr are connected and
the loop rod plm-ed over the buck ol the
water iiNuier' uei k aud under hi arm,
and in tin manner the liarml i mllfdlo
the river, where ,iho l ung Is withdrawn,
the barrel tilled with water and clovd up
a.'ain, aud the iMrrilero, innocent ol
clothing auvo a bright colored suh wilh
which tn loin are. swathed, proceed to
climb the dnhvity, tugging romplueently
St In louL Uu hu ineuudei Ihrtiligli the
narrow street at a misil' pc', stepping
high like a Texas tiTr to svoil tint mud,
and tailing out the while in lm-aured
tadciira: ''Aijilal sipia! siiua! Uuieii
pti rju7 (Wiiler, wuti r, water! Who
want water). Anon s ur ol black eye
li rout o( snaihibo houo and a shrill
liiniigli not unniiiKical voico aav "Ixi
inifio (i wish It). Win, native and
lo ver luring gallanUy tho barnlero
n-Hin.k "ilan.la Nnora" (At
j.".f i--niii, iim.iuun, ami the liargutn
l.-tr irk, th pnrs be.ng "un rl" U't
. ,i I . I., ft ... . 1
.. .... ... aiii'-miii ninoer. ui course tin
Ian limn. iirtlie.(in.,f the smler lie-
1 ttwuc iio notliing In Inula. 1 liey have a
rciUin diguity which they guard Kial.ni.ly
" "xuiwui iM,.ri.;i imiry, Wlion
iii.i Pmu i ni.TU- i in wnleriii.ni return
rivers bai.k, but not (,,r anotlur
loj.1 not yelawlnle, lie l.. capiul Imw.
and praeds to Invent It in Hie rl ol the
many tnoiitegaiiin that an to In. ,.uiid in
cverv n'ir iilao-sluiiif 1 1 ... .i,I..j1L. ii
l ocan ln h um. In toic to uch un amount
av ne return lu lm hi.iur and en
Joy the lilciwitigi .( plenty and onu.tu.lo
j..r i (ITU. ua putlull Ntiut,
lo wnoin no i.rav . ivently nl the cow
inenci im-iit ol In K ,.,., JlM i (v,r
bltn with son.! l itiuiie. ho utter a rumo
or two la ly, pick up the rrd he hint .t
nu an i cnew ii up ii, tg,, ,( ,rKWl,
with his barrel lo earn ai,..i-r mm wn,
which to reaai in cH r.i ii,o. Nnno
limes ne is inriuniiie i..r a er nt a lime
oinrl.iiie llie rvverM . r twice that
eriotl, uni nc,i never in a Imrry.
Tiir. Hriaw h rr4 h
Oa.rikMlaiirM 1 H WlmM
la Smh !.
A haystack moving along a street 1 n
Odd enough Sight, Mpactally when tlm
clonrst scrutiny cannot reveal the pnncncs
if any motive power lneath it The
sight is common enough in border town.
' That alow and iiiirturbbl anJinal, the
asa, is used by llis Mexican hy vendors
a A sort of carrysll. L'pou bis paliuut
withers is fixed a rack, and upon this la
piled loose hay until the animal is entirely
hidden. Highor and higher this bay is
pilod, as only a Mexican knows bow, un
til a veritable haystack is the result,
whicli, whon coinploto, will "tarn the
rain" as eUoctually as though it wora
thatched and on the ground. Like tho
Jackass the world over, and liko hi
master in M exico, tho animal moves along
with measured tread; never stopping un
less stopped, nover faltering or stumbling
bonoath its burden, but continually mov
ing along unseen and unseeing until its
favorite poaition on the plaza is reached,
where it will stand all day, or until a pur
chaser arrives to relievo it. Amoncan
horses on seeing such a strungn unoinaly
as a moving haystack shy and caracole as
though tho fragrant fodder were endowed
with powers of death. They soon learn
better, however, and tho vagrants among
them give the muleteers a world of trouble
in guarding their treasures from voracious
I'rrpure lor lh Wont.
Bummer comes as a very plcoxaiit change
after the ri,ors of a long, col.l winter. Il
bluo skies, Its balmy breews, iu bright
lie worn und green Melds are delicious Indeed.
Hut summer has it dark as well as it bright
Hide, Lurking within-il breeze and 1 1
llowera are Iniiutiierahle ill that pray upon
tho human body. Io not bo deceived ly
appearances. Ho warned in time ami ha
prepared for the worst. With a bottle of l'o-ru-na
and ono of Man-a-iiu in tho limine,
you are sofa enough. Do out fail lo keep
them comiUuitly on hand. There Is not u
single Hummer complaint that they will not
miiiptly correct. Trouble of the Ktoiuach,
.iver, Kidney and lUiwel, which are o
common at this season of tho year, nil yield
quickly to thrxo remarkable Family Medi
cines. They will be fuiinil invaluuhlu. Hold
by all druggists. $1 a bottle.
LANOUAOB WOKS AND TKAOUINO.
A Mother's Idea as to Its Valus as a
Portion of Uor Daughter's Education.
Ono very important portion of a girl's
education is tho proper into of langungo
and facility of expremion. In this utili
tarian ago it is uut miillcicut merely to
know things, ono must be uble to loll
them well and attractively. Thoughts
need lino clothing a well at people, and
aro as d'tcndont thereon for their recep
tion in the world, and a teacher who pos
sewtes this anil tho facility and ability to
teach il, i iuvaluablo in a school.
1 aiu deeply grutilied by tho progress
niado bv my daughters in this science,
under tho instruction of Mrs. Kmins t'.
Tucker. Mrs. Tucker is fitted by birth
and ediicalion for tin work, langungo
work. Mio i an enthusiast in her a)
cialty, snd give iter whulo heart snd lifu
to perfecting it and the power of enthus
ing others therein. Mio brings to her
work tho prid.i of birth, inherited talent,
thorough culture and luteusti vitality. Mio
is well known here, having lieen liorn
und reared in Memphis. Her grandfather
was for several year (iovernor of Ton
lieHM'c; her father was a valued
citizen, and also a Mayor of Mem
phis; her life has been devoted to
instruction. For many years alio wa an
cllicient teacher in tho public school,
then principal of tho Memphis Female
heliiiuary, where she taught some ul the
lovolitwl and best among the daughter of
the Sou hlaii I. I'lider her instruction at
this seminary were the two daughters of
President lav;s, Miss Maggie llnishing
her education and Mis Winnie commenc
ing hers there. When this seminary was
absorbed by Miss lliglieo's school sha
went there, and still remains nn clli
cient and lniM.rlaiit factor in that system.
Nishe is thoroughly identilled with tho
Ninth by tradition and bv birth. I was
Iceplv interested in and charmed by her
system, her iiicIIi'mI of instruction and
tliu rceiill. Her work. I.inguago work,
the development of thought mid ox prcsinon,
lo know a thing, and to know how to sav
It or write It, Is dillieull to dem-rihe,
sltbough its rmulla sro i apparent when
ac.pii-ed. Clear, clesn, individual hand-
pyritiug; r.rr.ti.iA nn t d.iiniiness of pre-
paralioii aud arrangement of woik; force,
accuracy nn I term inus o( expri'Ksioii, iiru
thoroughly iinnlautetl in her pupil. Her
room was a literary woiknlmp, n well
kept, neat, cosy, loving wuikshop. On its
walls and bible were arr.inn 1 in orderly
rarclomutst the artistically prepared
work of her classes, (of which
there are three). Tho eye, tho sense
of lesuty, tho heart, and the intellect went
all apiftMlea to ami taught their use. vt uli
her, book sro inertdy tho basis ol instruc
tion, the pupil were given a lecture in
lialOiy, tirvek, lioman or modern, und
then told to write it in their own wsy snd
thought, il wa won.lerlol now lully
each subject w treated, snd the individ
uality show n In each sketch. Lighter sub-
et t were given; ono wrote ol a sunset
roui the I '.lu If, showing bow thoroughly
ws umlcnttooil the latwer of accurate
bucnptioii; suothcr, the story of the Mar
Sp.inglyd lUnuer, lull of sentiment snd
feeling, snother tlimcrila'd su old planta
tion scene, a home In the country, bring
ing it vividlv beforo the eves of the reader
or bearer. There were biographical talk
ol tho leading writers, poets, sciential snd
not. In men ol I'srlh, nil. I then tho
pupil wrote of theso ss seeemed
lo them Uut, each one as her mind
wa UmiI, rut h showing her own clcitac-
tensile, but all giving prtf, in detail and
expression, turn of tlenlght snd force of
wor.ls, ol the master mind til tho toucher. I
was particularly interested In one aerie
of article, by the Ihrt'o claases.. It
wa wonderful lo see how 6acl, mind
trented the sul.l.t t in it own wv, snd
fiimi its own siuu.liHiiut, how no two were
slike, vet each gave evidence ol thorough
(raining, and how the talking and lectur
ing ol the teacher on language work, had
im pfessod itaelf on the young in l litis and
their whole hie would bo inlliienced by
this course ol deep, iitirneat, consci
entious leaching. hucu teachers sre
rarely lo bo met with, snd sro invaluable
to a school or s ctuiim unity, w lien foiin.l.
ThisMi pupils will go out into the world
will, their hearts snd minds luted for life, s
woikssno mere ordinary m hiKil tea. hingor
training could prepare them, lilted by this
work llie la'tter to know Iheiitaclves su.l to
know other, heitcr sblu In tell the truo
from the false, the genuine Iron, the coun
terfoil. 1 aiu proud of aud ll.auWnl for
this Hrtlun of my daughter's education.
A (iMtTirixt) MoTiisa.
A nramllal uut
Die Apeal C'omiaiiv i.urchased tho
iithertluya Very baiidsoing narlor set of
furniture, consisting of sevt n piece,
(ion, Mewrs. .Mitchell A Itrynnn. No. ,'IOH
Main street, to Im used a a'gilt In its dis
tribution lo weekly subscribers, January
1, I'm Mewrs. Mitchell A Hrysonhsve
ono of the largest establishments In the
Ninth, whero anything in the furniture
line can If found. They handle Matting,
rugs cariH'ta, shades, etc. Call aud ses
th. 'iu snd examine their linuaonsu stock
snd low prices.
New Firm, Srw im, Lw Fries.
The I'uiican. Jehl A Tucker (Jueens
wars Couipsny have coinuiouco.1 biuiinst
st No. "opt Main street, whero Ihuir
friends snd the public gnrslly are invited
to csu ct examine tholr new slock ol si
Ars .! avs M.msSiIS
For soiuo lieautilul and delightful summer
resort, where haitninns. coinlort and
health sre lo te fouudT If so iro to J. M
Hill A CVb, corner of Main and Union
streeu, and secure s pair of their stylish
hoe or lioot, sud you will Had perpetual
DiacrNHESj the variovm i:m:AnEH
OF THE HEART AHO ITOMliU.
Gives lbs Vlrlhn at Ihrra Rome
Dr. llartman, tlio eminont physician and
Burgeon, was narrating to a number of
eager listeners souio of his noUblo cxpori
onces in his extensive, varied and success
ful practico of over thirty years, whon
something that hu had related gnvo riso to
a discussion upon tho relativo importance
of those two vital organs, the heart and
stomach. Homo maintained that the heart
was by far the most Important; othors that
the stomach was. lr. llurtiuan having
been appealed to for his opinion, ho suid:
"Your discussion as to which of the two
organs is tho inoro important appears to
mo, gentlemen, to bo somewhat idlo.
lloth aro so ubsoluto'y impoi lant, so usson
tiul to tho maintenance of vitulity, that
there is no ground for such a comparison.
Nn human being could live an hour with
out cither, nud consequently, though hav
ing distinctly diHerent functions, und piny
ing qtiita disaimilur. parts in tho physical
economy, ono is, in a certain and import
ant sense, fully as important us the othor.
Hut, after all, the question of their
relative importance is a very minor
one in comparison with that of Ihuir
alMolute mid mutual importance. Hot
only could the body not survive tho
loss of ono, but anything that materially
aH'ccls either materially streets tho cntiro
system. N that the maintenance ol hoalth
depends in a very great degree Upon the
maintenance nf tho heart and stomach in
a proper condition and in the regular per
formance ol their functions. The dis
eases to which theso organ nro liable, snd
particularly so tho heart, aro numerous,
j.regnant with danger, and dillicult of euro.
For instance, the covering membrane of
the heart may become inlliimod; this is
known ns pericarditis. Tlieu tho inetn
brnuo lining tho heart may be inflamed.
This is called endocarditis. Then (hero is
neuralgia of the heart, with its sudden and
Hlurming attack of severe pain sud senso
of oppression; dilution, duo to tho enlarge
ment ol tho cavities, sud hypertrophy, in
w hicli there is a thickening of tho walls of
the heart The symptoms of heart dis
ease are not always very marked. In the
cumi of neuralgia, tho psin is symptom
enough. In oilu'r cases, shortness of
breath, palpitation, frequency, irregularity
snd beurt-beating indicate tfie presence of
functional derangement or of some dis
eiute. "As to the stomach, the chief diseases
aro throe in numlier: tiustritis, Catarrh
and liyNpcpsis, liastrltis is either ucute
or chronic, though tho former is very rare,
aud is sect. in pan ed by more pain than the
others. Catarrh of tho Stomach is a dread
ful sllection, manifesting itself In many
unpleasant and disgusting ways. Its nmet
terrible concomitant is that Initio of tho
lives of so msny iN-rsons hick Headache.
I pcp"ia in a disease Unit is very com
mon, nn.l vet il serious character is httlo
understood by tho masses of the enple.
Oilier organs of tho ImmIv are so in sympa
thy with Ibo stomach 'that dyspepsia is
often mistaken for other utroctioiia. Igno
rant physician uUo ofit.u mistake it lor
other discus,', and give tho sutlcrcr a
treatment that l ies not do blin llie slight
est good; mid even wlieu dysM-pia is re
cognized us sin b il is not treated ulway lis
it ought to be. The atmiuich, though
commonly abused and treated n n ma
chine of iron that can stand anything, it
in reality a moi delii aiu ami sensitive or
van, nud when il is not treated a such
It i bound to give iis oh tier tumble.
Pysi.f on isa serious alleelinnaild require
careful and skillful handling, nud patience
nlsn. A to the cause ol iivaifpsiii, they
are numerous. None people out loo much,
sud soma too I it, und tome too little.
Many persons, who nevt s, rxeicise their
lMid.es, eat n lunch heavy food n llie
hardest laborer. N.ine.levole too much time
lo n-rnliiig suil to sindr. cmisi inliv riL'iil id
ler full locals, thus rohhiiig I Iih utoinuch of
bl.ssl lint it need badly in order to dis
pose ol us big burden. I hen there sre
other liersous wh-i sre given to tho habit
ual nud cMvs.ivo us4 of stun ulants, such
a li.piors, tol.inro and collce. T'lti sll
tend to hurt tho stouiiich, to disorder snd
to wenken It.
"lint far morn toits.rlant in a practical
sense than the cause ifnd the symptom of
liseas ol tho heart nn.l slomuch I tho
iiiifllion of how to cure I hem. F.von
w hon heart diseasti i treated s heart dis
ease, su.l diwaso ul the stomach as tlieae
of the stomach, the treatment i often
buililinj and Ininri.mi rather limit IhiipI1.
cinl; but wheu tiyNMpsiu is Irealeil us heart
lit'o, snd vice versa, then It can re. lily
lie believed that the tre.-ttim nt d'xsi fur
iin.ro harm than g.sd. For uiywdf, I have
had a great deal of rxerieiicu in tho treat
ment ol Uisensesol tin class, snd modest I v
admit that mv work in this hue ha met
with more than ordinary success. I st-
Iributo this exceptional success to the fact
that years ago I gave sxfiul study to dis-
ess ul tint heart snd stoinaeh. I per
0"ived that their real nuluro was little un
derstood. I wanlcl lo find out It
thore wn any medicine that could
bo conlidenily relied upon lo euro
these dim, in rsi they were
rurablo st all. I niudo a can lul test of
all the medicines at that tiino tillered for
sale and recommended n reinr.lie for
heart Slid stomach troubles. I did Hot
llnd one that I felt that I could have abso
lute ct.nlllcncc in. W hile this w iiintn
tliscoiiragiiig, it nevcri helcss had the elici t
of spurring me on to the discovery of ome
romeiiy that would meet all the severe
condition snd rigid require metil I had
laid down, lor I knew that If such a rem
edy could be found it would bo a literal
(iod-send to thousand of alllicted people.
I studied long. I searched fur snd wide.
I m.vlo exieriment without number. I
could Hot rest until 1 had secured the
pnxo 1 sought. At lust my psins and my
pstlence were row r led. I found exactly
hit 1 waulctl. I found two rvnicdi.w
which, When used together and 111 the
rkdit wav. would invuriulilv rura ever
curable case, however peculiar and how
ever severe. J hat was years ago. rrom
thst time lo this I havn msde use of
these remedies in thousand of cases
all over Urn country, and I have never
louud iheui to fail in any riso w hero it w a
st sll p.swible for a medicine to (lici-ccd.
They have met every requirement and sst-
tsiie.i every con. Ill Ion, snd Itsvo (iicceetletl
fur bevondmy most ntngiiine eiocUtleii.
1 violate no eonll.leuco when I statu what
these reined ir are. and I gladly do so lor
the asks ol sllhcte.l mankind. For N-rl-lure
enjoins us not to keep our light under
a bushel, and I feel that it la a duty 1 ows
to my fellow nu n to tell them all thst tiod
liss privileged me lo know in regard lolhe
cure of human ills. The nstnos of theso
two remedies sre nsmcs that are rapidly
becoming huuaehotd word from one end
of the country to the other; and I atn glad
to know this, for it mean that llie nuin
sr of sulfcrcrs with diseostsi of th heart
snd stomach will grow less ss the years
roll on. Th rcuidiiw I speak of are
l'e-ru-ns and Mau-a-lln."
I . ,lir.,..4 Iks H.rlk
snl, Tl.s Iron Mounlsin Houte will this
season bsve on sals speclsl round trip tick
cts to sll HjlnU In fshfornis, tfelorstlo,
Ltsh. Oregon and Wssbingtou Territory
at lis ticket olllis,, sou Main street,
lamphlsts, guldtsi and re ding matter
cbecrfully lurutshed on ppllotion.
II. 1. Wilsou,
TssMngsr aud Ticket AgeoU
XBI8H TO TBB FOBS,
National Lssrue Plonlo for the Johns
A large and enthusiastic meeting of
members of the Irish National League was
held in St Patrick's Hall on Sunday night
for tho purpose of raising funds for the
thousands mado homeless by tho Pennsyl
vania floods. The Irish aro provorbially a
genorous-heartod people, ever ready to re
spond to the call of sufloring humanity,
bu( doubly so whon it comos from the
pcoplo of this country, who have so often
exhibited thoir substantial sympathy for
tho oppressed of tho old land.
Mr. John J. Shou was chosen chairman
and J. J. Mason serreiury.
After a free discussion of various meth
ods for raising funds tho meeting oventu
nl ly decided on giving a grand picnic in
Kstival l'urk, on next Weduesday, Juno
12, under the joint aiHpices of tho Davitt
and iirouniin brunches of tho Irish Na
tional Lcaguo.' Tho coiiimilteo of nrrnngo
inenls is composed of tho most prominent
Irish Nationalists in Memphis, und ovcry
ellort will bo inudo to have tho all'uir ono
of tho grandest und most remuuorative
over given tu tho Hliill't'ity.
Tho ontiru net receipts will bo immedi
ately forwarded to tho proper authorities
As tho object of the picnic is lo sid thoso
mndo destitute by the great calamity that
brought death and desolation to so many
thou-ands of fellow-countrymen, it should
certainly recidvo tho generous patronage
of citizens, irrespective of creod or nation
ality. Complete Onllll
For Housekeeping. Low for cash or on
easy term. Come in, and bring your
friends. Ithodes Furniture Company, No.
300 hocond street.
A I'l.kaSANT I.KMON OBI NX.
For biliousncs and comtlputlon take
For indigestion and foul stomach take
For sick and nervous headache take
Fur sleeplessness and nervousness tuko
For loss of appetite and debility take
For fevers, chills and malaria tuko Lemon
lxmon Klixlr will not fall yon In any of
tho ubove named discasf, all of which uriso
from a torpid or ilisensed liver, slomuch,
kidneys, bowel or blood.
l'repared only by Dr. II. Mozley, Atlanta,
Fifty cents and ono dollar per bottle. Sold
A Prominent Minister Writes,
After ten Years of great sultering from Indi
gestion, Willi. ureal, nervous prosiratioiif bil
iousness, diJrdered kidney and constipa
tion, 1 have been cured by lr. Moxley's
Ia'iiiuii Klixir ami am now a well man.
ItKV. ('. C. I'vi,
Kid. M. E. Church, South, No. 24 Tatnall
street, Atlanta, Uu.
Of all decrlplions. We want vou to come
in snd see some lato things in Hcdronm
Nets, Ithodes Furniture CVinuuy, No.
oOO 8ecoild Street
TUB APPEAL'S OlFTS.
Have Tou Soso That Beautiful Furnl
tursf The Memphis ApH-ul Company pur
chased last week for distribution to their
weekly subserilier January 1, Iwsi, from
the Armstrong Furniture Company, No.
'ill Second street, ono of 'tho most beauti
ful sets nf furniture ever seen iu Mem
phis, consisting ol three pietes, elaborately
and handsomely curved und one of their
sM-c.al iii inuf u ture. Tho public aro in
vited to call ami examine the furniture,
which will be combined with two other
sets and constitute one gift.
The Arms'rting Furuiiiirii Company sre
in iiiildictiiring largeqiiautities of all grades
of fiirni.iir.', w hich they aro selling at very
low pric. a.
Their stiH-k is very complete, and they
received last week several car loads per
river, snd, owing to the extremely low
rate of freight How prevailing, they will
sell all gotsj st reduied rales for thirty
day. Call snd inspect their stock and
price la-fore making your purchases.
rirlnm, Nslrkn, t'lnek. Off,
Anything needed lo fit up and adorn
your home, low for cash or on easy terms,
lilesht Furuituro Company, No. UOO (Sec
AntiTint is rea.ctfully callod to the
ad of W. J. fhaao k Co., isO Main atreet,
tlealer In hay, corn, oats, bran, aud sgun'.s
for Carlisle Cow Feed.
llvx Memphi Kteain Lsundry furnish
towel rack with equipment,::': or week.
iNst'iisyour life in lbs Connecticut Mu
tual. T. il. (iulbreuth, agent, 10 Madison
I'.uys this wok one nice Ash 8uiL It Is a
beauty. Lluxles Furniture Company, No.
300 Second street.
PITKIN C. WHIUUT.
Journalist and Wrttsr.
N"ewpairr srtiths of all kinds written,
letters, (ns.iys, n-Hirts, circular, etc.,
written or arranged for publication,
h'lieeches prepsred, deseriptivo srtit-les,
advertisement. Itsal notiisn; sny kind nf
rticltst, from a love-letter lo a challenge,
or from a sermon to a toealer party writ
ten. All communication strictly confi
dential. Address, euro of business ollice of
either tlsily paT.
Eols Agents for Royal Hungarian Gov
ttnmcnl Win Cellar, Uud
D. J. SEMMES & CO.
207 Main St.. Memphis, Tartru
JUIIllKIt AND lMlOHTKlt
SSa aa as
AMMCMmox, rtsntsjo TArm.1 awo
Oakcy's American Kitchen.
' COSV. nrMTS-irt. SlfiuT.CLABf.
THE MODEL RESTAURANT OF MEMPHIS
. WB ISVIt TIIS raTSOSAOS Of A LI, WHO ArTSStlATB BOOO WVISU.
B'OIt OKIvTI.KMKJ AND T.ADUCH. OI'KV BAY ant I NIOIIT
i ' AutNT roa OSAND SEC, JULIUS MUMM m CO.
' 111 UEALi: STltEKT.
THI DRAMA AT DUBANT.
An Entertainment for the Benefit of the
Cemetery Improvement Fund.
Corrospondono of Tbe Appeal.
Dcbant, Miss., June 6. The great En
glish tragedy, "Douglass," by Dr. Holmes,
was presented tonight at the City Hall by
the Durant Dramatic Company. This
play is takon from tho early Scotch his
tory, when Scotland was frequently in
vaded by Danish Sua Kinga, and tho coun
try divided in factions, tho innny poworful
chiefs continually making war on each
At 8 o'clock p.m. the doors wcro open.
The characters wero as follows:
Inl Ran.1iilr.ti .... ...Tr. A. H. Cotlsn
U.ly Haudolpb .Ulss Mli.ulo llsinlltiia
Ann Mrs. ti. T. llsmllton
Cilrnnlimn l'0L Hugh KosU'r
Old Norritl .. ... J. K. Alinoa
Voiiiik Norvl.... ..Cant O. T. Hamilton
tlllli-er T. I). Culler
The play is a most interesting ono and a
hotter selection could not have been made
for the ilifTcreut roles. They wore all
played to porfoction without excoption.
Tlio large aud refined audience present
was perfectly churmod. This local talent,
belonging to tho best of Durant society,
surpassed all expectations. It was simply
siierblv seted. Tho writer, who was so
fortunalo ucui.lontly to pass through tho
town, was perfectly carried away. Ho
has never in his life seen anything superior,
if cqtiftl, presented by the most noted
dramatic talent. F.nch ono soeiucd tr
fectly wrapped op iu their role, making
each movement and expression njipoar
naturul and suiting tho character. Iu the
part, whero Miss Hamilton, who plnyod
tho leading role as 1-ady llundolph, informs
young Norvull that he is her son, Lord
Douglass, and again in her last discourse
with him, when ho is dying from his
wound, everybody was deeply touched,
aud tho appluuse could not have boon
After the conclusion of this play tho one
set farce, "Cousin Joo," was presented,
but the writer regrets that he was pre
vented .from remaining to hear it. Tbe
Mr. Arthur Tnng... .. .T. t. Ciilley
Mr. AMls;llToug. ..Miss WlllloCntion
Cousin J . II Allllnll
suu.iy n m.Jako bluiou
Iho audience was a most select ono.
Tho house Was crowded to its utmost. Not
an available seat wss to be had. Many had
to stand up. 1'cople bad come in by trains
and every which way from far off; besides
that the adjoining watering resort, Castil
iun (Springs, was largely represented. The
writer suggests that a progressive town like
Dursut, being fortuuuto enough ss to boast
of such accomplished amateur talent,
should not delay long in erecting a spacious
oera-houe. capable of seating tho audi
ences such dramatic talent can command.
Tlio music was furnished by the cxccllo it
Canton Hiring Hand. Tho toilet wero
excellent and tho scenery appropriate.
Drs. IiETTS & BETTS
0X8 Main St, Memphis.
WTTP VflTT3 rvtillltr. Srmlorrhoe. S
IILiUVUUO n, iMmm. Nlnl Kmlxmns
I nss of Vlul rovers SlorpMsymts, iHsinondra'r,
Ivm ol Mi-murr, Cunlinlun ul I'M. Wailud,
(lMinlo.. IxtprMlun ol kplrlls. Ararslon to
fcnrlrtjr. I ssllf lUwo.int!, I ArS nl 'ooiiWe.
Pull, I.Imim. Cnill Ii Ktudy or Inulnrm and
una I'HI VA Tr LY CtfhKli.
BLOOD AND SKIN ?rJZZZ".
nlil In lu rsmli. riltl)r mdirausl withutit
lha nt nl mrranrr, ISssalulw, Kryslprla rrr
l-.nm. MI-Im, Hmeltsv t'Usm, lain In Ihs
U4 od Hoor. SreSlllUn Hor Thnwt MmiUi
n.l lefif.io. fttisrrlv 4p , PF.HMASENTLi
ci'sri, wliKM r.TiiMis ii a vi faIlku.
T1RTM ARV Kidnry ud ielof Tmtln,
U IVllI Ark I wnk ih. B.,rulD t'rlri.
rrMfuanry ol Uni.ilna trio Men rulnnsl or
wllh Bill Mdlmanl no (Undtng. Onnorrtin,
J.Urrl. rtUti. to., promptly aaa liy cund.
TO Umm AID MIDDLE-AGED KEH.
AQTTRTT TTTDP Th tui rrts-M M
OUrtCi tUlttl Urly its,. whloS brlnr
ortsnl WMtnan. dMtrtitln bnlk mind ai tratlf,
w in H Its dnsi.iiiil Ilia, tmananaaUir eupsd.
TlPQ RVTTQ Addnsw lha who bar las
UIXO. DLikLO ,! Uicmliw br lm-
tronrf lnd'il(nra and xl.tsry batilu, blrh nils
ma bnir ati l sln.. unoiuns Ucn for bualno.
stuav of tnarrli
MAHHIKOMfcM.nr lh rnlrrlns on thai hamty
Ilia, wn el thrll .l.f . qui. k'.f iiilihl
ltt.aM nnnn tarta. Una rrw Uoal KpsrltHWi
hsnd-kirr ra la hi antalif atudiM. Ui.M
umui arlihl litlrd Maliotn r rrrrS la
nur lalmnttt.rf rtamlf Uiaull aatib mm, UtuacicV
In mrm altliout Injury.
VST nand mil ,-tsr tnf erlt-kratrd work na
rbnnlo. NitrTn'is and lil-stla I'lxnua. 1 bow
uilarnnsL "A Irlasdlj Irttrr or tstJI mr m
yuu I'llnm tufnng and abam. and add gol.a
rnank IISs. SxrN latter nnaawrad ua.iws
cs.a.paolad by l I iatap Adlrrcar a!l om
Dits. inrrTs & mrrra.
M'orrtiK Hot Its: s A M. TO KM.
sysjAtsi ,!. to i m
aronTswew srrn.ir. AorwT wmenra.
tn i v s hs,xri ri ill
OTK TELLS HIM
" Later unto Amlcola
Came a pnlo face preacher, leaching
Teace and progress to the natives;
Wooed and won he Uunita,
Eh nobler to make his railing,
WhisperM to him nature's secret
Told him of the herbs so potent
For the healing and tho saving."
XXTRACT MOM POEH Or "t'ANlTA."
Treatise on fikln and Blood Diseases mailed
THE LOUDON-PENICK GROCERY COMF1
OFFERING FOR RENT
Fino Store, No. 355 Main Street.
For lease to a crood, prompt-nayinsr tenant for a term
of seventeen months. Their rapidly increasing business
compels them to occupy a larger store, thanks to their
inends and patrons.
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
248 FRONT 8FREET, .... MEMPHIS, TENN.
jHS-FITFFRF.NrKS On Itws, It or Cnmrs, It O. Pew l Co !
DERBY POOL ROOM
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON ALL TURF EVENTS
Ii. Wl 1 Z.MAJNJN 6C KJOr,
WEBER IB KNABE
8ICND FOIl CATALOG UF.8.
221-223 SECOND STREET. - - - MEMPHIS. TENN
THE CRANDEST PUBLIC SALE OF THE YEAR
AT MAPLE WOOD FARM. JUNE V. 1889.
Trotters, Clydesdales, Holsteins, Jerseys
Tlis ofti-rlns; will lm Twrntr Kin Tnittor nf KnlwnnA, W!ifirn!, rsnrnaat, fniVlJ
Slid Wilkr iI.ik'1, Fancy MiiUli--. Carrlw arnl Unlit lluriirw Trnma. ll.l-t liia I Inrti
nf AirKlsanil Mi-rmlrs r'aiiilllr, Oilier ttok frura tin- Vlnil F'nl1i'; 1K lli-al tlllrrvd
Aclitnr for rail.im,
CiiL. K. K KimniniR, Aurllonror.
Wm. O. Ellis & Son
COTTON TRUCKS, WAREHOUSE TRUCKS
Cotton 8''s Kramr. Ituiiar, llrl.lir snt PlnilHiol Inn Work snd Itcsr
Koranii!. Kl.ciiir snd Marblnrrjr IU-lrl.
430 and 441 Bhalby btrsst, ..... Morop hla. Tens
'sHsiaaW Saaaaa aaB . A aaKaa sssbsbbbk.
N03. jo and 304 FRONT
.JKVV. ifSfi 'if
An Editor's Exoerlenos-
Major Hldiipy Herbert, a well known Jour
nnlist in SKricultural circles, writes April 18,
1SMU: Borne live years ajjo I wrote a loiter
stating that Swift's Bpcdlic had curod nis of
evero rheumatism. Bint e that time I hure
had no return of tho rheumatic troubles, ul
though fre(Ui'iitly exitosed to tho intluenceS
that protluced former uttucks. Hevcral of my
frientls had a similar experlrnco, and are firm
iu their conviction that H. R H. hruiiRht a
permanent cure. Tho .searching power of
this medicine Is rh iwn in tho (act that It do
vcloeil a acrnfuloti taint that wo conspio
uoiis in my blood over thirty years oro, and
has removed tbe last truce of it, I have also
t sUkI H. 8. S. as a tonic after a severe attack
of malarial fever, whicli kept me in bed for
three months, and am convinced that Its
curative and strengthening properties in
sured my recovery from that illness, as I was
In a very low condition of lioallh.
Hiiinkv HxiiiiKitT, Atlanta, Go.
free. Swift Specific Co., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ua.
Jolin 11 Vocgeli & Co.
Manufacturer and DciI.ti In
BOOTS I SHOES
271 and 410 Main Street,
MEMPHIS. .... TKNN.
AND DEALER IN-
All Klmla Ammiinlllon. CIim I'orkrl (.'ul'srj,
K'lKMira. 'Uhlii( 1 !'. Mnr. Nrla, Kin.
412 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS. TENN.
Mannlartiirtn anil IU-alrlii( lm la Oral claa
tDatinrU(t Mtilillo iiarauirrL
An" tnr 'rnall)r A J fifty Mnl'(
C.'a Olabrmlad Itlefclaa, Tilcfilaa an
"Send for Catalnfti,
With All Hnftt Trsxrika.
JKItK HAXTKIt, Na
HAXTt-.lt, Nanlirlllo, Trnn.
B. .BB MNM SBaWSMBl SaTJB M
ST., MEMPHIS, TENK