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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL; SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1SS9.'
fTHE EDUCATION PERIOD.
( I, A FBW WEEKS WHENJTHIS INTER
fi4 EST OCCUPIES PUBLIC ATTENION.
Examination of ApplloanU for Teacher'
I CartlOoatea la City and County
V x Schools Soma Exacting Bummer
'J Work Teacher' Institute.
' Tho public schools, both cily and county,
havo closed their sessions, with results
flattering to oflicers, teachers and pujuU,
and gratifying encouragement to the
During the week Just endod many pri
vate schools ot the city have also held their
annual commencement exorcises, henco
educational Interests havo almost wholly
occupied the public mind for two weeks
Commencement exercise do not close
tho work of public school teachers and of
ficials. Iu the case of the latter It but al
fords an opportunity to proceed with ar
rangements for the next session. In the
case of a public school system ever advanc
ing and improving, as is that of Momphis,
this Is perhaps mora exacting than the
actual conduct of the schools during tho
session. At all events, it is true of 'the
present year. There are bonds to issue
and sell to tho beat pomiblo advantage.
and the money to expend with the uioet
judicious skill, as a public trust. Tux Ar
rsAL has kept its readers fully advised as
in thn nuriwtan in vlpw flint nf urnptino nt
J w . r I -- ... I " - ' ...... n .
I least four now scboolhouscs, aud thus save
f rent on an equal number to be thereby
, I Another matter, Involving both officials
nd teachers. Is tlie examination ol mma
"ant for teachers' ccrtiticatea. This, for
lie city schools, came olf yesterday at
Market btroct School, tiuperiutendont Col
lier conducted tho examination, and had
no idle time between tho hours ol 0 o'clock
a.m. and 4 o'clock am. Tho field is onon
to all, and each your there nro scores of ap
plicants who desiro more than aught else a
yncr from the public school authorities
l. '"uiphis, certifying tho qualification to
teach, i'bia is valuable wherever pro-
rvuwu, uu nrcuuui oi mo uiku ran uiaon
i - . i . i i i. i i
1 by the local svstom. It is also the pruliiU'
1 ,.,... ... u....r.it.l.nnnl ... I .1...
local schools, a prerogative belonging to
the Itonrd of Education. After the lists
are filled, the applicants cnuilillod aro rci
istcrcd and all vacancies occurring during
tho sesHion tilled from tho ranks. From
tlicao facta, it will be manifest to the reader.
tbut tho work of suiH-rvising an extensive
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nu suvniiiuiK iioiic sciioui system is lull
01 massive and intricate detail.
Tlie hhclby County Institute was also In
version the past week from Motuluv until
J-riday. Mia .Neliic O iHmnell, County
Kuerintendent of 1'ublic Instruction, pro
sided. It was a pleasant and prolitabio
period to tho teachers, in the interchange
ol Ideas as to methods, who were also ex
amined as to their Illness for the rvsnonsi
bilities, and also new applicant. At tho
dose the Committee on Resolution pre-
svntil the following, which were adopted
Whereas, In oheUienco to the laws ol
the Slate of Tennessee and the rail there
under of Miss Nellio U Uonnell. tlie Conn
ty Superintendent of 1'ublic Instruction of
bliclbv County, in siid Hate, who con
vened the touchers of this county for their
institute and examination Juuo ;i, contin
uing from dny to day until tho 7th hint.,
and since the present sussion liiut been tin
prcccdcntcdly largely attended and ha as
a mull involved iimto sn unusuul amount
of mental as well us physical alruin Uioii
the County burintetufeiL w ho has been
exceodingiv patient, twin in tho Insliliito
work as well as in the work of examine
.t'un; therefore ho it
Kesolved, That wo, tho teachers of
Shelby County, do hereby tender tho (ol
lowing n nolm ioii:
ltetolvcd, That our thanks pre hereby
tendered our verr aide, rlllcien: and Intel
Lfnt NitKrinlciiJcntol 1'ublic Instruction.
Alias N. O'lXinnoll. for tho faithful and
Impartial discharge ol her dulie In con
ducting tho insiituio and her uniform
coiirteu- and consideration shown us as
Itinolved, That our Ihsnka are also duo
to sirs, aiiilon, iio haa been a IicIikt
and has alio u her Interest in us, and lias
been such a great factor iu Licihlaliug this
id-solved, Hint we also tender our
.1 I. . - . It t. I .1. tl
iimnu id it. ii. it. rrsscr ani me iter,
k K. N. Counter, of the Howe InMiluto, for
. their able remarks and truo advice civen
tho leat hers. And to the Hoard of lrus
teca w also tender our thanks for tlio free
use of the Howe Huilding during the
wcea. iicspeetiuiiy niinuitted,
Mux. T. K. Camki.i., Chm,
K J. lll'STHS,
Mrs. IC T. Uolimhit,
C. J. KfieUiry.
Tlie ct'wing rxerrisea of SL Pstrick'i
Tarish N'hool will Inkcplsce at thn Young
Men s llelirew Association Hall, comer
K-eond and I'nlon streets, Tuesday, Juuo
11, at 8 o clock p.m.
How hraullfiilly ay.trnintic I Nature I
vrrytliliiK she li'm. In the aiiimsu-sml
V i , Inanimsta world all l imtIitI system. Hvs-
I ttm is thi? arrrt-t of Nulnre's uerrsa. Kilt
it with tlie Iiiiiiisii IbnIv. Keep Ita system
1st in nMcr ami all isttrll. w linl will keen I
in oMerr Miiiuiiiii. iry it, Allurugikl
keep It. tuny l a imlllc.
l bjr hht Tra4l 1 hum.
A Isdy of this city who la noted for he
r :t llt nt (iimlitie a a hoiisekeeiN r anl
fiiniom for having a greut vnriety of every
thing kod to eat explain her success
snyihir that ho alas) Imv her groci-rie
Iroin Ooodmun Churchill, -o. iJll Mai
TUll ArrEAL'4 OirTS.
Uava Tou Saan lbl Oaautlful Furol
The Memphis Appeal Company tmr
flisvd hut week fur distribution to thrii
weekly subscribers Jiiniiary 1, 1MK), Imui
tho Ariiistroiig ruruitiiro Company, o,
K coud street, one of the most besitti
ful sets of furiiilure ever aern in Mem
phis, coniiMlinif ol three plfcm, elalxirsti'ly
ami hnndhomeiy carved, and one ol tliei
S'c:iil llimiiil.Hliire. iliepuliliearelnvite
to call and vxiiiniilu this lurnituie. hicl
will Imi combined ftiilt two other acta and
conntilute one gilt.
llic Arinrtrong Furniture Company are
inauiihiciuruig lurgs uiiunlilh-a ol all
grad.-s of furniture, tiicti they aro selliui
at very low prices.
1 heir stoek la very complete, and they
received Isst wock several rar load
;... i .i. ...... ...l r.
ivi-i, .ii., vwiiiji iv iiiv rauviiioir ,uw
rate of frvlght now prevailing, they will
n il ail good at reduced rail's for thirty
dnv. t all and Inspect their stock and
prices bclora making your purchases.
iila4a lis ( ainialh,
Londox, Juno 8. Mr. OUdston ad
dressed a Liberal meeting at Wevmouth
toJay. Ho aaid the liberal party was
moving in the right direction and at a fair
pace, lie spoke In favor of limiting the
length of a Parliament to four or five
years. Inferring to Ireland, ho admitted
that crime had decreased there and attrib
uted the improvement to recent remedial
measures to tho benetleial influence of
iriau mumucrs oi raruaineni aud the
priest, and above all to the knowledge
possessed by the Irish people that a large
majority of the people of England symca
tliired with them. Jt remained for En
glishmen to say whether thoy will do a
further act of justice, which alone would
give a true and indissoluble union of tho
arious countries comprehended under
the designation of Great Britain and Ire
Evervthinor which bolomrs to nnre.healthT
blood is imparted by Hood's Hamaparilla. A
itiui win I'ouviueo you oi iia menu
"AND THE ELEPHANT
Eats at HIa Eaa Under the Umbrageous
The aun'a nernendicular ravs illum
ined tho depths of the sea. and tho fishes.
beginning to sweat, said: "llhizcs, how
hot it must be." Poor little fishes, they
didn't know that there was a Memphis
Umbrella, Factory whore they could havo
the very best, neatest and jauntiest of
sun-shades and parasols mado for the lit
tles fisher maids and matrons, as well as
elegant, useful, capacious and complexion-
preserving ones for tho mor- and Usher
men. Hut those scaloless ones who will
be compelled to walk tho temperature-
absorbing streets of Memphis know better
man tnese time tisnes, and know mat
they can hnvo made all sorts, kinds, sixes,
price and prettiness of shades, through
whicu the most ardent rays oi Nil, even
when watching Venus and Cupid, could
not penetrate, b'inco lost 1 was privileged
to visit the umbrageous shades of this
umbrella roof - tree t hero has been a chnngo
of location, an extension of room, an in
creuso of capital and stockholders and an
addition of workmen. To the deft and
dainty fingers that ware then ablo
to do all the work tho necessities of
the greatly increased business have added
other hands, stronger and better fitted to
wrestle with the internal intricacies
ol the umbrella's shattered frame,
though tho same well trained lingers
are yet employed in relltting,
recovering or rebuilding thoso parasol
shelters for fair Memphis maidens lilting
themselves to tl it to the shore oi the
sounding sea or the snugly ensconced
shady nook, to flirt fastidiously and femi
ninely and theu lialten tho hopes raised
by the fair flirter in tho fluttering heart of
the stern llirteo. These parasol are aufli
ciently well made to bear this strain, as
well as the lighter ones ot sun. wind and
rain, that a lightly fall from their polished
surface. In fact no atronger or bettor ones
are mado anywhore. I saw one most di
gestive summer parasol being built tlioro
yesterday. It was a full grown member
ol the loaca lumuy, with a broom handle
lor a stick and a little battered silver-iiead
placed solidly thereon. It was a most
ominous looking weaxn for a summer
campaign. Tho (air manageress declined
to tell mo whether its owner and pmiector
was maiden, matron or widow, but sliu in
tlinated that this was the lust straw of
Toscaism. My friend, man, woman or
igurelte smoker, have vou ever visitci
the cosy precincts of this umbrella factory?
II not, give yoursell that pleusuro and you
will bo a List-mated and dispiwed to con
tinue your goiug oa ia Kalakiua.
VOIOa OF TtIB PEOPLE.
Haw linsT l.uaH ( lb felara.
To Iks Keillor ol Ibe Aicl:
How long is the sidewalk to bo fenced
in, and tho street itself obstructed, on
Main street, between Union aud tiayoao?
Tho ladies out shopping, and pedeslriuua
generally, aro becoming anxious.
Nranvi tho nutritive film limn of tho
sriiln hr using Hall's Yit'lalle Hieilian
f I hi r Kenewer, ami thus kei'p thu hair Iroin
lulling aud becoming (tray.
A Oarman Organlaatloa'a Effort for the
Following 1 tlie program of tho Genna
uia Turnverein's entertainment for the
benefit of theConoinaugh Valley suffi'rers.
Wednesday evening, Juuo 12, at Turner
1. Grand march and calisthenics,
2. Addrew by Turner r rank L. Monte
3. Kxercisea on liorixnntnl bar.
4. King by Memphis Miennerehor.
5. ComiM-tition siid exhilntiiin fencing,
0. Kxercisoe on iarallel bar and pyra-
7. King by Memphia Mirnnerrhor.
8. "Tug of War." by members of tho
At thn conclusion of theexercisos. danc
ing will be Indulged in.
Admission, W cents; ladies ire.
Tickets ran be purchased Iroin any of
the members and various Mma street
lbs If teller Hlemirb Rltler resile
Ser Anlber I'elBl.
In tho United States Circuit Court for
thn Southern Hislnct of New York, Judge
Miipiuan handed down an opiniou a fuw
day ago In the suit of the owners of the
trade marks covering I lovelier s Moinsi h
Hitters against Arnold llmilcrand C ornell
Theller, theromiioiindiTS located on cwv
street, New Yoik City, in hich It was de
cided that, although the di lendants made
un of their oan name on the labels
allixed to the bottle coillniuing bitter
prepsrvd by them, yet as they were evi
ilenily designed to iiuitulo the Hosteller
IiiIh-Is, they wero Inlringem, and a cr-ct
Hid injunction was grsi.l. d and an account
ing ol diuiuigea ordered, tuuelher with the
coat oi the suit. Ill tho evident mien
lion of thn llostetter k-oIo to protect
their vuluahio trade murk aguinsl all lu
Mis llluls-e hereby cxpressei her re
grot that any persona kind ciioiijIi to do'
sire to wittu-s the graduating ex'rciea of
the Highee Hchool should havo failed to
giin admittance, Tho invited guest
lillrd the apacioua hall lo overflowing, al
though thn cards wero strictly limited to
(ulrona and Hi iuiinejiiilo Irieiid of the
I.AlUKa, pleasn dun t read this, for you
mill leel itimpioliiU'. it you hsve already
hoiK'lit your summer lint, t ive thoiiaaui
ladii-s', miMrs' and children' hat have
just been received at the l(e Hot More of
tlio latest style and nm-at iiislily, wlncb
went bought lor It's than 6l ci'iita on the
dollar and hn h will Us sold accordingly,
Ion't iinsa thicsule, as audi an oimortu
ally has never lieen odered. We have also
a largn awirtinenl ol lluwcr and wreatli.
Wired aire for lacn hats Slid bonnets at
,'1-ic. Huts trifnmoil Iree of charg". He
nieinbcr the lied Hot More, No. 71 Ileal
A special train, onsislinj of tint and
second clan coac lira, chair car and sleep
ers, will leave from the K. ('., M. V li.
depot, corner Main and l'.rondway, on
iviiurii.iT nigiir, tfunn i.nn, ai WO clock lo
llirmingham, reaching there al fl a.m.. and
will leavo llirmingham on return trip
at V p.m. eunuay nmliL arrivln
at Memphi early Monday morning.
This I good opportunity to visit friend
ami acquaintance in tlio Msgic ( Til jr,
llirmingliam 1 a liealilul cilv ol JO.OXJ in
liabitaiita, IU numerou Iron Industrie
lis rosdo it lainons as an Iron center, and
the sight of the various furnace In Mast la
well north the price ol the ticket. Meet
rr ran be obtained at the oflice, XV) Main
Street. li. l. Lu is, Agent
THE GREAT PICNIO
FOB THE J0II3STOWX Bl'FFERERjl
To be Given bjr the Irish National
I.oagaeol Memphis la F.sllvnl
The recent great floods of Fennsvlvanla.
that ushered untold thousands into an
untimely grave and left others homeless,
desolate aud bereaved, has nroused tho
sympathies of tho world in their behulf,
ana apoais to mo generosity of every
lover of distressod Immunity.
At an enthusiastic meeting of tho
members of tho local branches entertain
ment of tho season. Tho Park ii easy of
access, by the Vance street cars, has a
splendid dancing pavilion, mid all other
facilities for amusement. A number of
South Memphis ladies havo kindly con
sented to superintend the refreshment
tables, whilo tho various committees in
charge will see that nil who attend will
havo pleasant timo aud enjov them
selves to the fullest extent.
The picnic will bo held during tho after
noon and night Haxby's excellent band
will liirnisti the music, and tlio park will
be brilliantly illuminated. Admission &0
cents, ladies free. Ho not forget tho time,
place nor object ot tbo picnic. The com
mittees havingchargo of tho entertainment
are composed of tho leading Irishmen of
by Mi Traded Tbsre,
A lady ot this city who is noted for her
excellent qualities as housekeeper and
famous for having a great variety of every
thing good to cat explains her success by
saying that she always buvs her groceries
Iroin Ooodman A Churchill, No. ail Main
New Firm, Xew t.otU, Low Prlres.
Tho Duncan, Jehl & Tucker Queens-
ware Company havo commenced business
at No. IKl'Jj Main street, whero their
friends and the public generally are inviled
to call and examine their new stock of ele
PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY
Money Orders, Payable at Over 10,000
Place In the United State and
Tho particular attention of tho public is
invited to tho unequaled advantage of
our now money order system.
Money orders are sold at tbo oflices ol
the company, at any businesa hour, for
any sum up to tM. Purchasers of money
orders are not required to till out bluuk
Kate .Not over ?. o cents; over so to
f 10, 8 cents; over $10 to fJO, 10 cents; over
J--0 to MO, VI cents; over 130 tot 10, li
cents; over $40 to f-V), 'M cents.
Our rates are the lowest and the security
afforded is absolute Keccipts arc given,
and orders lost or delayed can Ito re
in tided without uuy Ucluy or inconven
Insurance companies, co-operative ben
efit associations and business men gen
erally will find them a great convenience,
as they ran bo deposited In banks, same
check and drnlts, and aro redeemed
through the bank clearing-house in all
the principal cities. For further informa
tion apply to any agent of tho company.
Office, U7 Nouth Court street
Tn Sot tiukm Ktilam Hyk Works, 8H
Court street calls for carpels, cleans them
thoroughly and deliver lor . cents per
anl. Work the best and cheapest in
Us plenty of "OJii k" Vinegar In your
food anil prevent biliousness. It is cheap
er thuu quinine.
Jackson .Mie. biiuday Concert 10
cent, I'malore Ninduy night (U cent.
TUB APPKAL'd U1FT8.
Day Tou t!en That Beautiful Furnl-
Tho Memphis Appeal Company pur
chawd last week for distribution to their
weekly suliscrilier January I, istsl, (nun
the Armstrong Furniture Company, No.'
i'i Second street, one ol tho most lienuli-
ful set of furuiliirn evel seeu in Mem
phis, consisting of three pieces, elaborately
and handsomely carved, and one of their
special manufacture. The public arc invited
to call and examine Ihe lurniliire, which
will l0 coiuhined with two other Sols,
snd constitute one gilt
Die Armstrong furniture Company ar
manufacturing largo quantities of all
grade of furniture, which they aro selling
al very low price.
Their dock is very complete, and they
received last week several car load tier
river, and, owing to the extrnuicly low
rate ol freight now prevailing, they will sell
all goods si reduced rales lor thirty dav.
Call and inccl their stock and price be-
lore making your purvnusea.
Are Umlmg Memphis
For some heautilul and delightful summer
resort, when) happiness, coiniort and
health are to lie lound; II so go to J. M
Hill A to. s. comer of Main and I moil
streets, and secure a pair of their stylish
Nioes or Hoots, aud you w iiiiiud periviuul
Xew Firm, Xrw tiad, tstw I'rlesa,
Tho IMiiicjii, Jehl A Tucker (hleens
ware Company havo commenced butinex
at No. "u'lj Main street,, where their
frieoil ami Ihe public generally are invited
to call and exsiuino their new ktot k of elu
A llennlllMl Uirt.
Tho Appeal Company imrclnsed the
other day a very huinUomu parlor set of
liirniture, ronsisling ol sovan iiiin-. Iroin
Messr. MiU'hvll I'.rvwm. No. : H Main
un ci, to li uwd a a gilt In lis distriuu
turn to weekly suWriU'in. January I.
I'.). Messrs. Milcliell llrvwui have
on of the liirgi'ot et ibliihments in the
South, wheru anything in tho furnituio
linn ran be lound. They handle mulling',
rugs, carpels, shaih-, etc. Call and sen
them and exniniuo their Immense tiock
aud low priii's.
A young Isdy of this rity, who i now
Bliw'ht on a visit lo relatives In irgiula.
write to her iwi-elheart In tins t-ily three
limes week, and s.iv she lis written all
of tho TenncMMu N-ualoia urging them Id
Use their lullileiiee lo get a reduction of
the letter ostauo to one cent Ihe next
most I'uport thing, she asys, to be c-
eompllshed, will bo to induco sol colernsn
lo make hi famous ko-ko lulu in long,
wide strii, so her lover ran end her
koine in eacli letter, and no one tun n
cover it, thu pn-venting Ihe male and
luuiale Horn iieing roiiiien,
Tbo. P. Pjrcell ai Co.
Il'n removed lo It) Kjiilli Court street,
under tiun'oii Hotel, where they hsve on
exhibition thn light running New Hume
and lloiisehol I Sewing Machine. Theso
are undoubtedly Ihe lihtet running anil
most snnplu inacliinns ever brought to llii
eily. Thcso insehiiie will Ikj old st a
great reduction for cash, or on easy month
Corros Hkkii Hi us for aula at 10 cent.
City Oil Morks, Madison street
JaRVia-CuNki.M MoMtiiAdk Tbi st dm
n ItiMiin '2. Cotton f'.xchiingn build
ing. mnke long time loan ou improved
City teal wliiie. foueui;.
CANDIDATES BEFORB TBS PSOPLB.
Large Barbeoue and Polltloal Spsaklng
at Thornton, Miss.
Corrotpondenca al Tb ApposL
Dun ant, Mlas., June 0. A largo barbe-
cuo was given today at Thornton, Miss., a
prostHjrous little town between Yoroo City
and Greenwood, which is named after Dr.
C. C. Thornton. A largo concourso of
pooplo had ossomblod. Several proininont
speakers had been invited, of which wero
proscut: (Jen. S. I. ie, of tho Agricul
tural College: John R. Cameron, of Madi
son; tho Hon. K Burksdale, ot Hinds; Col.
Horaingway, of Jackson; den. W. Ii.
Miles, of lloluios; tho ITon. C. U Ander
son, of Attala, and others, In tho invita
tions it had been stated that it would be a
social and not a political affair, but after
everybody had a'sembled, a largo number
r ii .i. :l I I .. i
coming in on 1110 ruiiruuii iroin iiuriu snu
south, some ono expressed tho desiro that
tolitical issue should o discussed, lien.
V. It Miles. A neighboring largo planter.
delivered tho address of welcomo in ap
propriate terms, and introduced tho siveuk-
era. The first ono on tho list was the
Hon. K. Itarksdalo, who sMke for about
an hour and a half, aud entertained
tho audlcnco in hi usual felicitous
tuauncr. Ho discussed at length tlio po
litical issues of Ihe day, both tato and
national, paylug particular attention to
tho tari If question, llo was (ollowod by
lieu. 8, I). Ixo, who delivered a mos't
interesting address, principally dwelling
on tho important economical questions of
tho day, esiecially such questions us inter
est the agricultural classes, comparing ag
riculture with other industries. He aHko
about trusts and how to counteract the
bad effects of trusts. Ho poiutcd out
very forcibly that there is too much at
tention paid to politic in this Slulo; that
States where this was not tho case wero
mora prosperous; that it wus more im
portant to pay attention to national aud
State economics and industries; that he
considered tlio political questions of the
Mate as having long ago been setlled by
the establishment of white supremacy.
aud nil that wo necessary wo to keep it
Aa tlio meeting had to bo rut short on
account of train arriving, it was regretted
that no timo was left for tho other speak
ers. Everything passed (iff most pleas
antly, lliu lieneral, w ho Is a rsndiduto
for Governor, left a deep impression on
hi hearers, Bakiikci k.
LUwns mill De.th
Force their way Itilo many a houtr bold thsl
Diluhl he pnitoetcl Imra Iht li Innmli by tlis lm
pic ireriilluu ol k'ilu In tho bnux that Ovnln
Ismlly Ulnlk'liM suJ Mffgushl ol besllh, llnatel
U T s fetuiosi-MlitU-r. I'srtleubirljr ttbrrr tlirrr ara
rhllilrra liuiilcl II t kept on hand, s prompt
reiueitjr tor lutsnllle enmlslnla, In Ibrlr oulwl
es'lly eoniiirr.ililr, hut which, II sllownl to rn-
Mlt tlieiuaelVM on llieiU Urate ilillillh onrsnUm,
si not cAjity itlalialiml, auj i-illy work Rrlrr
ou iuIm tili l. Irnniiluliy ot llir tinwrla, IihIUi'
llnn su l tillliiiies sre alliuenl. ol rtuninmi or
ciirrence In Ihe bmtn-lioM. (Iillilirn II vinic In
inalurloiu rtuloiin aro mors llalilo to be tltsrknl
srllh rhllla suil liner thuu sdulu, snd the ravag
ol thai till iIIm-m In Hi' ir j tv:n sre nrll,r ami
mor- ivrloua. In ivmoui Iwalillra, lar Iruio pro
Irsional al'l. It la esiiei tally (livlrablo.
Why s)b Traded Ibrre.
A Indv of this rity who is noted for her
excellent qualities as n housekeeier and
lanious lor having a great vanely ol every
thing good lo eat explains her success by
saying that she always buys her groceries
Iroin iioodman A l hurciuii, .No. Ml Muiu
Ar Yen Ulns ! I esve MrmphU
For aome Iwauliful and dnllghtful siiinmer
resort, where happiness, comlort and
henllh arc lo bo found? If so go to J. M.
1 1 1 1 1 V l o. a, corner ol Alain and I iimhi
sin-eta, and aecura a pair of their stylish
Mines or I loots, and )'uu w ill liud perpetu.il
lew I Skeeur B irder.
If hoarding houso keiier wsut lo fill
their house to overflowing and turn day
boarder from their doors ju-t letlhein an
nounce tha fuel that they will purchase all
their meats, vrgeluhles, fruits and ran
g KxIs from fMte A Ames, 41 Jefferson
sta Mebedalea el Wrmpbls 4k Ibarleo
Vi1it Triiin liavi-M Miiniltlil t 10
o'cloi k p.m., arrives at Washington at M
o'cloi k a.m., New York 2 o'chs-k p.m.,
Ihmton Uo clock p.m. I'sy train leaves
Memphis al lr.:i) o'clisk p.m., arrivea at
WnaliinirOm at UK 411 n. in. . New York 11 .VI
a.m., Iloton n .'W p.m. I'ullinan rliTs r
to Wasiiiiigton on both trains, via Lynch
IMm't fail lo rail al P. M. Miller A Co.'.
No. :HN) Second atreet, and aeo their dis
play of Hewing Machine, hiider A W'li
son and other good uiakiw. They adjust
all stylo mai hine.
Mb f nailed Maid lb I lab.
Fmm Tnaa sililnr".
Old Mnid-Olllrer, I want you to raid
ll. ..n II. n..a
tl,,. u , .-,..1-,.
( KHivr Iniiuo olil nmuvl VU thrv Ur
No, ttmy pulled down the Lliixl hrn
I a. .-.I
Tbe Dilef Rwiaaa J . n " if
VaoA t SarMakr1U Is lyM.V In t" !
Merit Wlea. It N llietr.t I '""1 -"irn't .
SMlia If arcumplul, a l II. '' '' It
treyaraa MUf bi V. L II yl 4 to . buwall, Slaa
1889 - SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
ELEG-j-ISTO? CLOCKS, BIOISTZES, ETC.,
W Ar Dotormlned to Orsatly Reduo in tho Noxt Fw Wtiki by
OJTITEBINC3- .T VERY LOW PRICES
' our Block la Entirely Too Largo for tho Beaton. Call at Onso and Oat Flrat Oholoi and a Far-a'n.
MULFORD'S. - - 294 MAIN STREET
WORTn knowing I that blood dls.
eases which all other remedies fall
to cure, ylold to Ayer'a Sarsaparllla.
tion of this ituto
ment comes to
hand daily. Even
and stubborn coin
plaints as Itlieu-
i tlo Uout, and tlio
liko, are tlinrnugli
ly eradicated by
thousoof this won
Mr. It. Irving
Doilgo, 110 West
1'i.Mh street, New
York, cert i lies :
" About two years ago, after wur!ng
for nearly two years from rlieiunullo
pout, twlng able to walk only w ith great
discomfort, and having tried various
remedies, imhidlng mineral wulors,
without relief, I saw by an sdvoitlne
tnent In a Chicago pnper'that a iiian had
been relieved of tills distiusniug com
plaint, after long sufTerlug, by tsklng
Arer's BnrtnpnrlTla. I theu decided to
itmkn a trial of this medicine, aud took
it regularly for eight months. I um
pleased to any that It effected a rem
jileio cure, ami that I have since had uo
return of the disease."
Mrs. Ij. A. Hiurk, Kashna, K. IT.,
writes: "One year ago I was taken 111
with rhcuiuRthon, lielug con lined to my
house sit months. I csmn out of tho
alckness very much debilitated, with no
pHtlt, nil my system illsurderml In
every wsy. I commenced to use Ayer's
Barsuparilla and liegan to Improve at
ones, gaining n airniulh and xm rn
covering my usunl health. 1 cannot ssy
too in in li iu praise of this wull-kuowu
"I have Ukn b great deal of medi
cine, but nothing has iloun tno so
much good as Ayrr's Harsnjiarillo. I
felt Us lipnetlelul rITeets iM-lorn I lisd
quits finished ono bottle, nnd I ran
freely testify that It Is thn bet Mood
medicine I know of." L. W.Ward, Sr.,
Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats.
rrtc.ll aliboUlM.IS. WunkllsbollU).
SEND FOR PRICES
OF MASON S FRUIT JARS, ICK CREAM FREEZERS AND TLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN MISS., ARK.' and LOUISIANA
W Mali Loans All Principal Parabl In FIVE Yeara. with lntrst psyahl al
nd of tsch ytar. Or, on FIVE-YEAR Partial Payment plan, by which th bor.
lower can pay hi loan Without tawing loo heavt.v on on crop. On dvntc
afloidcd Is ibal all sett mntssrt mad al Ihe Memphi flics and can hav th
perianal attention of th borrower.
Colonial and United Slates Mortgage Co.
N. F. LoMASTER, Manser. 231 Mi:a St. Msmohis. Tenn.
EAGLE BOILER WOKKS.
DANIEL SHEA & CO., Prop'rs,
(BUCCESoOlta TO N1IEA A McCARTIIY.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
BepatrlOo Flantitloo Eollen I Specbllj.
UO TO 144 FRONJ STREET
JARV1S COiNKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST 0
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000.
Maken Loan a on Improved Frirma In Tonnnaiot), lllislnglppl ami Ai
kanatta. Also on Im ircvod O.ty Protwrty. The Illjhwai Mrtrkit
Prloa rld fur butn, Ojii lty, T.iwruhlp, City,
f'ohocl nn j Watar Djnda,
Office: Room 2. Cotton Exchange Buildhn
CORRESPOND WITH OUR LOCAL AQEM T NEAREST YOU.
A.. J. VIISN
IMI-oHTl HI AMI IlKtl I.IU I
no. a7 M.iln Strool. Mtmihlis, Tnn.
aTTh Urgral , ni Wat A. rlniri.t In Uia I lty, 'Id Tra.l Hufp lirj al Iwrat I'rloa
JONES, IIDIIN & CO.
I5D aUNnriCTURSRS CI
40 Union Street Memphis, Tenn
tfa. lot lUDI STUKKT, M KM rim,
Importers sad DmIsis n flaws, Assiawalties)
rtahlne Tackle, HulUar1 llanlsrarav
1 levtrte Hall aa4 AaMwoialar aw UoMls aa
Kiectrta luBslts Alvsjn m Bb4 lpsiital
WEBB & MAURY,
328 Front 8t.,
GRAIN AND COMMISSION.
v- SEEU OATS. -a
NA Sc CO.
LAROB BTOUK Off
. 1IY STOCK Of
From tbe Umllni ami SundaM Honae,Il
Coinpleto. Kripectfully lavlt Yotl
to Call sud luapcct
Prices and Quality
Iain tlis llandi ot a Practical and Eipert
eaced blilrt Cutler.
EQUAL TO THE DEST.
Elaboralrlr FnrnlahM for TnrkUb, Plata
sad I'lungs Ualba
41.43 MONROE STREET.
Mcm)liis. : Tenn.
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a, T. Krmt.
J11, V. Allixn,
I). I. lU.l l.n,
IL V. (irarrs,
W. N limwn,
Jaa. U. Jr.,
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i. T. ivtill,
I. 1. Jmny,
lis. II. Yania,
1. W. Iwliraa, 4
V. A. Kn-rpiaa.
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C C hHWtS, Aauunt faablaa
Alllanc Dank, Limlicd, London. Knfland
Chsmlcal National Dank. I I I Nr Yoik
CORRUGATED IRON GIDINfl
AND IRON liOOFIKO.
rtr, Wlail, Water aa I l(ktalaa fSOItr,
Shiiutbla tot ail tiiHr.nl tuil-lliiia lor s'loaaaa
BUiaaLa al lartor, ram rail na or 4 lra
MIMHHII METAL A WOOD MT O CO..
Maa. ta a-id uo Main t tai II A a Uulurrr at,
HI MflllS, I LSS.
It'! inarvra l,r Ima lBin4 Craolna, OaV
JaalaaJ Ir.. CwaUa. lis kwa awl star.
Matt Stewart & Go.
CUTLER V, MU 11 AN ICS' TOOLS
Cardan Implamaots. Scrn Dar
inn iiijt 1 tit v Nonr.t im tiik uajikkt
C30 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
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an I frlca..
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ifuraHs n. a iiour a aaai
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