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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL t MONDAY, JUNE 10, ISSO;
IT WOULD BE SUICIDAL
C03SITT 'LIBBAUY AND
PRESENT SELECTED SITE.
Judge Hammond Catches Reporter
In His Courtroom, When Noises Are
Loud, and Emphasizes His Objection
to Placing It on the Bluff.
i "In myoplnion.it wouM bo a suicidal
' policy to locato the Cosaitt Library build
' ing on the bluff sito now set apart fur it."
; This was tho emphatic Btutcmcnt of
'Jtidgo E. S. Hammond to an Aiteal re
porter recently, whilo tho latter was in the I
, United states Circuit Court room, watch
ing tho progress of a case on trial beforo
: the Jmlgn nod a jury.
Singularly enough, the cno pending was
jft dnmnge, suit for $10,000 ngaiunt tho Now-
'port News & Mississippi VBlley Company,
of which Mr. Holmes Cummins is tho local
legal representative. Mr. Cummins was,
Ju his ollicial capacity, fighting it, Judo
llammond had abnndonud tho regular ju
dicial bench and pro-ompted tho United
States Marblml's chair, immediately to his
I This was necessary to catch the tost!
nnny of the witnesses. Ho wit closely in
llieir rear ami leaueil over tlio desk eon.
linuallv, yet, with all this endeavor, bo
tamo disgusted at tho frequent failures.
!Vas ho deat? Not exactly, save as tho
pulling of railroad locomotives, ringing of
their hells, blowing ol Btoam-w histles ano
similar dislnrbances from river cralt intulo
liiin so. Then thero were the attorneys.
Judges Greer and Moss for the prosecution
of tho suit, agaiiiBt Mr. Cummins. Judgo
Urecr plied the witnesses with nuobtiuiis.
liilo his associate counsel made minutes
Uie important point drawn out. Al
though the witnewj chair was but a short
Uistanco in their front their attempts at
catching cverv word wero almost as lutilo
as were his Honors.
OcdwioiKiHv thev would havo to discon
tinue entirely until n noisy locomotivo had
passed, aiul in oilier instances call upon
the witness to repeat lus answer, ilia
witness, too. was observed to frown and
look puJ.lcd mora thanonco. He desired
to Hunt along smoothly, giving the uttor
noys no trouble by failing to catch their
questions, but it svemud a task dillicult, if
not impossible of accomplishment As if
holding all courts, all comforts and all
conveniences in utter contempt, tho dis
turban ccs went right along, intcn.-iifieil by
the necessity of ci tting up u steep incline
in the railroad track, ami pulling into a
ante lmrlior at the river luuding,ut tho baso
of the LlnH.
Twice did Judge Hammond leave his
rent to call ttic reporter's attention, to the
disturbances on mil ond river, and to in
quire it the newspaper man impressions
relative to tho Iokmh Library situ wero
not the samo as his. "1K you think you
could sit down hero and read with any
pleasure or profit with such dins as that
i miiinii'illv lieMinir linon vour imih nml
distracting you mind'.' Hjfiiie('umuiins
is uettiiii: wiiiio of his own medicine now.
That locomotive belong to his company
nnd riL'ht Mow ut hero i a regular switch
place.'' Then followed the remark quoted
hi the bjiiiiining, miccocd.-d by the follow'
"It is only a question of a few years,
when .Memphis gits out of her villagct
wavs, as she surely will, when this whole
river Inuit will ! iimlisiiablu oi any hi'
Mitutioil of that kind. Thero isn t n city
in tho country having a river front where
they are. placid there. It is crlcrtly
natural for it to become tho center ol lii
ping interests, railroad and limine, nnd lo
Biirnn'iercd to iu:ri nits, ur.iymen una
MareliouKi'iiuMi. IKj von supiMiso ew
iik wouM think for a iiiotueiit of local
inif a public lil-rui v nt the llultorv or on
tho North or liist Kivcr fronts? Would
tiiev do m nt M. Ix'iiis. Cliiciii'o, Cir.cin
nati. or nnv river or lko city? No, air,
They would place it aumew liero in tho
heart of the city. A soon as Madison
at reel rosim to be the linnncinl center, and
the bank scatter out over the city, then
vou will see a revolution set in that will
i-haiign the aspect of river front business.
Tliiscimtuiii-lioiiMow.il le turned into a
vast wnrchouiMv nml tho tiovernmciit lc
roiunelled to build out a way from the river.
Tho day is surely coming, and not muny
I.. 'II. .A I ,W ll M'..,M I.,,
suicidal to locate the I'uwitl Library out
lu re. Wo reituiiilv iKoiro that to be
from f.ru. riraannlon.
Wcox J. & C. Mauulre, St. Umt, Ma:
I find your lV-nno l'lnnt an excellent
remedy for cotupluinU of tho bowels, such
s cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, etc.. and
cheerfully commend it.
A. Pi.kasoxtos, Major-Otncral.
AN EXCELLENT OPPOaTUNlIT
To Learn Writing- at Leddln's Euitnra
College, No. 930 Main Bireat.
i-csiioni nro Riven by two experienced
ronuicn at 8 o'clock a.m., 3 and 7 o'clock
p.m.. facial rates to pupil from public
and privnto schisils. leather hall price.
JtsT Akiiivrn U'i elegantly liaiul-
enrved imiiorted l'.niiiloo Walking 1'iitie
Olid 1 ISIUII2 ursi ruinuiiiu'i. . .. 'iiu -ii-
ell's Cigar Kinporiuin.
Tn a Point Kit Stkah I'vk Wnima, R3
Court street, calls for carpel, cleans them
thoroughly and deliver lor 4 cent T
yard. Work tho bo.it and cheapest In
Tho. K. Pjrcell A Co.
Ia"C removed b 20 Kuith Court street,
under tiaon's Hotel, whero I hey h.iveon
exhibition tho light running New Homo
an 1 II iiis.hol I .S ing Mucliincs. 'Iheso
nro nndouhte llv the lightest running and
lu. ml simple inncliincs ever brought to Ibis
cily. Thrtn inschiiies will be sold nt a
f;rcai reduction for caaii, or on euy month
for tho first time, tho liny growers of the
State will be ablo to tteo tho different
presses at work, side by side, and can so
make comparisons which will enable thorn
to select the one. best suited to their needs.
Prof. Tracy, tho director, has promised to
Bend us a full report of the contest, which
wo hope to publish for the benefit of such
ol our renders as are unable to be present.
JIoi-NTord's Aclil Plioiihitl
ILL EFFCT8 OF TOBACCO
relieved by its uao.
DEBTS OF SOUTHERN STATES.
Tho Burdens Saddled on the South by
From the Now York Sim.
The figures relating to Stnto indebtmcnt
which uro presented in tho last statistical
abstract issued by tho Treasury Depart
ment havo drawn tho attention of our es
teemed contemporary, tho New Orleans
Dcm'ierat, to a very remarkable fact.
Tho thirteen Southern States, including
Kentucky mid Missouri, nave funded
debts aggregating $(.)3,8o8,G4;!, besides au
unfunded debt amounting to SJit.OOO.OOO
mora. The funded debt of tho South is
THE JEWISH TEMPLE PACKED WITH
A FASHIONABLE CROWD,
To Witness the Marriage of Mr. IkoOchs
to Miss Delia Sohwarsenberg A Well
Matched Pair of Opposite Types And
Still Anothor Marriage.
KiniUi Curullua ...
Avumxe Sluic tiix in mills ..4.07
Of theso Kouthern states Kentucky
alono has a sinking fund, nnd in her caso
it nearly covers the small indebtuient.
Throu-ciuartcrs of tho debt of Texas and
about tlio whole of Mississippi's are duo
to tho school funds of those States, so that
tho net debt is uisignilicunt in each caso.
In round figures SI IO.ikhi.O K) is tho Niuth
em acgregulo, including mo uniundod
1 l,n l...nnln.D..A CI.U.
J IIU 1 ITlllllllllllK ini llM-IMV .Jli.li n, l.villl-
prisiug all those of the North ami North
west uud the 1 .icillc bioH owe less tlinn
$4S,0(HI,tXK), funded and unfunded, if
the amounts lu the several sinking Hinds
are subtracted from the. nominal aggregate
It apiiears, therefore, Hint ten Kiutliorn
States are loaded with more than two
thirds of all the Stato debts of the Union.
'Ibis heavv und enormously disproportion.
ute burden is luaiulv duo to tlio years of
misgovernment und plunder which the
South endured under lli'puhlican carpet
lam rule. That was broken by the ell'orts
of tho Southern licuiocru!, aided by the
.Sun and souio other newspaper and the
melancholy period ended forever with tho
election of .Ntuuicl J. Til. leu a President
of the I' n i ted Suites.
It is well to reuiemlK-r theso things
once in a w hile. Tlio liguresof ibo South
cru Stato debts, even at tho present time,
remain ns a reminder. Ibo won. lei ml en
crgy nnd new pr.ispeiily of the Ninth l
steadily decreasing tho mountain of Stato
debts piled up duiiiig the eight evil year
of (naut and cirpet-bag rule.
Al l scurf nml tartnr ilin ihm-i r
rroui iii'iittli uud teetli, iliougb ilarK nnd
And nil hi rofim fnnli. pure and cUnr,
If we Liu Mi.ulMiN 1 apply.
Tliat miii-ie u.isli all im cuiifc-s
(jim-9 tj Hie in iU'Ii new lovi line'i.
ARK YOU OOINO
A wedding at tho Jewish Temple, on
foplar street, is generally certain to draw
a largo crowd, but whon tho bride is love
ly aud tho groom comely tho occasion is
made doubly attractive, as it was last night
when Mr. Ike Oehs was married to Miss
Delia Sehwurzenberg. Tho Temple was
packed with tho representatives of nil that
is best in Jewish socioty, but thero wero
not wanting largo delegations of non-Jew
of both 80X03. Tho hour set for the cere
mony was 7:30 o'clock p. m., aud prompt
ly at that hour tho strains of tho Mendels
sohn March, under tho trained touch of
Prof. Winkler, who presided nt Hie organ,
announced tho arrival of tho bridal party,
who shortly after uppeared.
I irst came tho ushers, eight in number,
ps follows: Ike Samelson and 1. Monk, Joe
Johns nnd David May, 1. C. I.owcnsteiu
and Julius Schloss. 'Will Folu und San-
ford Schwur.enherg. Following wero two
little girls dressed in white and witli their
arms full of (lowers, which they distrib
uted in tho path of the brido nnd groom.
The names of tho littlo misses who dis
charged this pleasant function were Lu
cille May and,Cclia Schwarzeuberg. Next
came the bride and grooin, arm in arm, and
following them .Mr. ami Mrs. N liwarx-
enherg, the bride's parents, mid Mr. r.nd
Mrs. Julius Itiihinan, of ieksburg, near
est friends of tho grooin. .
Tho bride, who is n lovely blondo, was
dressed in a dove colored cashmere traveling
suit, and the groom, who is a beardless young
man ol olive complexion and bincK nair,
wore full eveniim dress nnd presented nil
ngreenble contrast to tho blondo beauty of
Ins pride. They niado a pretty pair ns
they stood before tho nltar, and nn invol
untary buzx of admiration greeted as they
appeared, nnd remained with them until
they passed out of tho doors, pronounced
man nnd wito in tho sight ol tied, it is
unnecessary to refer in these columns al
length to tho beauty and impressiveness
of tho Jewish marriage ceremony as ad
ministered bv liabbl Saintleld. ilia Ai-
I't il. lias so often commended il that it
sullices to say that tho reverend gciUlu-
li urn was right up to bis highest level.
After the ceremony at the lemplo thero
was a reception and banquet at (he house
of Mr. N. Sell warxenburg, ut which cover
wero laid for 150, most of whom were pres
ent, and had a royal thi e. Mr. rVhwarxen-
lierg s hospitality was boundless. v inu
flow ed in abundance, uud the table groaned
under the weight of choice viaudsaiid deli
cious cakes and ices. At 10 o clock the
ncwlv-mairicd couple departed for a bridal
tour to New York, followed by tho Well
wishes of hundreds ol friends.
Dancing followed the banquet to tho do
lightful music of Arnold's Land. During
tlie course of the eveinnz 110 telegram of
WiiirrHl ululKUl wero received from various
puts ol tho country, tcstiiving to inu pop.
iilanty of tho groom and bride. Two
rooms in tho second story of Mr. Mi war
i nberj' residence, packed full with pre
ents ol all sort from set of (iirnitnio to
silver ioii, an cumulative testimony to
the Mine cited. Aiioireincr il was a
memorable occasion in Jewish circles.
vour card and await a reply in tho recep
tion-room. It is not good form to visit tho
hnr moro than twice while waiting.
If two or more ladies are in the house
hold, tho turning down of n corner signi
fies that tlio card 1 for all tho ladies.
Turning nround a comer immediately
nfter leaving, indicates that tho caller is
thirsty ami is looking for a saloon in tho
vicinity. In leaving mo city for a
permanent residenco abroad, it is cus
tomary to send out card to intimate
friends, addiug tho initials P. P. C
nresents nartifiir compliments. It is also
A reminder that a berth has been secured
in a Pullman Palace Car.
HE GRABBED HIM.
Tom Bontly. the Wild and Woolly Dar
key, Pullod and Jnilod.
Tom Cently is a "bad uig,'er."
Thero is no nso in denying this, for
everybody says so, nud what everybody
says must bo true.
Tom lleutly is in jail.
Ho lias been farming it out on tho other
sido of Wolf lliver and was a partner in a
plantation. His partner was a meek, sad-
eyed darkey, who toiled early and lute.
Tom was fascinated with bird shooting
nnd spent most of his lima in looking for
game. He carried a double-barreled gun,
warrantod to kill anything that camu in
bis way. Ho became unify tho ol her day
and drawing hi trusty weapon chased
everybody oil' of tho place. Among tho
number was a prominent land owner of
Tho Cir.ind Jury was appealed to.
Two indictments woie found against
Kent I v. nnd tho writs were put into tho
bauds of Deputy Sherilf Tom Mac Cor-
MacCormick sallied forth to make tho
arrest. Ho was accompanied by two ag
grieved parties, and when near lleutly s
home saw him coming out ol the woods,
gun in liuinl.
MacCoimick used to bo a rapatee after
Sarstield sailed for France, dipt. Pat
1 lacked was his lieutenant. Ho knows all
about tho woods, bog, murasses, fens nud
slashes, and the man who gets awny from
him must lie braver ami moro cunning
than "llrennan on tho Moor' a second
cousin of big Hretituin of the Courthouse.
hen MacC orinick it lleutly ho
slipped out of tlio wagon nnd b.nlu the
negroes urivo ou. lliy did so, and soon
had llently up with thein, talking about a
gun trade. Tho tailboard fell out of tho
w niton nnd a stop was made to recover it.
White tins was eoiugon Deputy Slierilt
MacCormick stole up through the contig
uous brush and undergrowth, jumped into
the wagon and pinioned tho bold, bad
negro. Tho negroes jumiied out of tho
wagon, bil behind lives, and, peering
"Moro iH.wcrto vour elbow, Mac!
Pently is n muscular man, uud had long
sworn that ho could not lie taken alive.
He struggled fiercely, but Mr. MacCor
mick obtained a double half-hitch on hi
carotid nrlerv and overpowered liiui. He
was bandciill' d and landed In jail, r-cv-
rrnl citizens who wero Interested in Hi-ut-
Iv's arrest, congratulated thu bravo Deputy
Mien 1 1', uud hut were presented to bim
The Deputy MierilT cannot show himself
uiMiii the streets now w iliioul hearing Irom
one nnd all.
'More power to your elbow, Mac!
"Okaiik" VincL-ar will
pickles and your health.
To tho Irish National Lesjue Ptcr.lo at
Estlval Park Next Wednesdayf
Ilia PrarenM Are lor the Ji.tiuviowa
A crand picnic for the benefit of the
Johnstown snilercr will bu uiveii in I'ni-
val I'nik, cdiicwuy, Jiinu I., under Urn
auspice of the Irish National Iz-ngitc. The
f.Ttivilie will iH L'iu nt 10 o'clock a.m. uud
contmiio during Ihu day and night. Il is
for a noble cause and deserves your patron-
uee. All liicinocrH ol coiuiuiiies are n
quested to be uu tho grounds nt Id o cluck.
& O. TOOF & CO.
Will Fill Order For
A Low Any llu In Amrrlea.
Mr. William Cramer and Mis IVrlie
Wei wero married nt 4 o'clock i.iii. yei-
leiuav nt tie n-sidnnre ol M. Minster, nl
No. US Main street. Jiiitiiv John J. li.irrr
lied the uuptiul knot wall hi accustomed
dignity and grace.
Cotton Kkkii Hi i.is for sale nt 10 cent.
City Oil W orks, Madison street.
Jaiivis-Comklii MoiniiAi.it TiicsT Com
rsav, Ilooui '.', Cotton i:.vchnnii build
ing, make long timu loan ou improved
city teal estate. No delay.
At ftrhrilalr f llrmphU A I barlM
Xiehl Train- U-sve Memphi at 10
o'clis k p.m., nrrives at Washington al 8
o'clock a.m., Now York 2 o'clock p.m.,
l-.ston It o'clis k p.m. Day Tniln-Iave
Mn.ni.l.i. it Id. Id o'clock t. in., irrivc at
Wasliinirton nt l' W p.n-. Now York ti;.V)
ft.Hi.. I'si.ton 3:.W p.m. l iiiiman rieei r
to W ashington ou both trnin, via Lynch
burg. liny Prr ll.
From the ltli lir(MI.) AihciUxr.
The Ltiiiues of ililjiplnj bay from Mis
sissippi has reached such proortion that
press which will rusks th belt and tnott
compact balo I as necessary a is a mow
ing machine. In ordor to decide which i
really tho lxt ami moat economical press
lor geneinl n, the director of the Stats
Imperil! ent S ation has Invited all the hay
tips iiiuiif.ictunr ill the Slate tn meet
nt ibo Agricultural Colli B - on June IS and
lt for a coui'tiiivoe'iitet ol tlirir svvrial
presses. IhU U a iuipoitaul ntovs, as.
1Ivk Memphis Meam Liun lry furnish
towel rack with equipments, .'V er week.
Srm I'lrm, Srw o.imI. l.,m Vrtt.
Tho Duncan. Jehl A Tu.ker Omfiis-
ware Company have commenced business
nt No. 'Jiit'l Maia strw-l, wbere their
friends and tiie public generally am Invited
to call nnd cxaniuio their new stock of ele
ft. J, KmrnUrla. lelrptisne 131.
Old brnn.lies for nu'diciiint ue.
Irmiilil rrln Vt arMS,
N'o. hi axii 63 Maiusom Strxlt,
Im pairing and lluilding Fine Ychicte.a
The Circulating l.ilnary that ws cslsli-
llshed here two year ago at tho Odd Fel
lows' rooms by thu National library ( om
psny bus given uuiverrul sulislacli.in lo
thu im-mU'i, nud at the earnest oliciU
tion of It many friends, the compuuy
I nis derided to form nnollier club for an
other term of two years. The list will
comprise ail the book now in the library
with a large uiillon ol new and poniiinr
books, including all the latest and most
popular works oliho dsv, both foreign and
American author. Ibo lisi fur young
teoplo and children s rending rnotiol bu
excelled. Anyone fond of good reading
should not fail to subscribe as they cannot
luvest '.' morn proiitubly. Jn.k the mat
ter up w it li your friends and be prepared
to give your unmeswheii culled upon by
Ill is company 1 so well known for Its
(air treatment of it patron, hsvlng
branches in nearly all the p'inctpil cities
and towns throughout tho country, that
any further recommendation of their relia
bihty I unnecessary.
Latest In Photographs at Ikbard'i, CIS
Tut Rot'TMKR Ktiah I)t W.na. S'i
Court street, clean or dve any color
dresses, Inern, clothing and curtain.
Work litiikhod hko new. Price tho low
Dom't fail lo cull at P. M. Miller A Co.'.
No. 300 Scvoud ad!, and we their dis
play of Sewinc Hscbine. 'IiiIit A W il
on and other good wake. They lut
all stylo atacuiuus.
A Itrnlh Trnp al m lt.illr.md 4'rosslni
To Hi I.IUor ut loo Ai.sul:
Sir The attention of the nuthoritie of
the city and county i earnestly called to n
dangcions dewth trikf located on tho short
aveuuo leading from Launr avenue (old
Pigeon Itooot M id) to the north gate of
F! in wood tV'inetery. The pl.icj alluded
to i a crossing of ths Memphis A Charles
Ion l!ailro.id. Here aru laid threo tracks;
immcdiulely after which a bridge (in bad
repair) cro-se tho buyou or gully. Al
though this aveuuo is a liiiich of a thor
otighfare us some of tho priiu ip.il streets,
il being the only .way to reach tho main
entrance of Fluiwood, there his never
been (1 igman statiomxl hero and tho
train constantly passing do not even lot
low the old law which require I them to
"blow tho whistle, ring bell," etc. This
they rarely do, and, if so, only whim upon
tho cromlntr. tlier rush bv, and woe toany
Vehicle and occupants if they huvo not
taken the prec.iinion to slop and listen
some minute lor the deadly, silent ser
ient that slide so swiftly by. llien'.o
of the whei-ls on tho gravel drive entirely
deadens the rumble of the train, nn I no
w Initio Is sounded. Alwnyi a ilnngerou
.In-.. It luu la-en inp.le iloublv l recent V
bv the erection on the north sido of the
track of a fnctory. tlni, on op
ruacluni tin crossing, the View In
. . . . i . . i i i
mm direction I i-lliireiy oiisciin-u.
lid usually a long line ol freight curs
ronder tlio other direction equally so, and
uutes iMiiuetbini U done to innku tliu np
rouch l trams iippnn nl a ihreliil cnlwin-
ity will some lime l-o tlio result, imiiv
mn luneral trains moniy ami snuir wiim
their wavover tin crsing (tliree track
l.roid). each rnrriago closely fallowed by
anolher. and tho only wonder is that a
catastrophe lini so long Is-en averted.
'1 be wilier lis for some yeni b -en a con
stant visitor to Flmwood and nlwsy np.
i.nwrlu this blaco with dread. I wire hav
ni narrowly rscup-i nesirucnoii mere,
loonn familiar with the sisit, it I not so
ilnmrernus: but to the cnnal itiwr it is a
lent i-trun mi l the tuibiie aro warned
ii'ainl it nnJ the authorities earnestly
belled to mtuiel the railroad to havd some
r garl for human h.e, wbctlmr wilbiu tiie
city limit or not. .
I.a k curlsln rlesiied and beautifully
fnisheil ut Memphi Mvaw liimnlry, L'.'l
Second itrei'U llranch olhco lil Msdisoo.
thr flih f Itmsen fnr Iks rrt Mot
Hood t Sri.i:ia U iiuri la th I I ISil
llrrll t In. l b n t"l Mini r-urtr.rr si
l.lt;:; iw-t rmi.lliliM all Ihsl 11 cUlin.! f..r H.
fr.-ml ciUjr bjCL lluui 4 to.. Utill,
WORTII knowing Is that blood dis
eases which all other remedies fall
to cure, yield to Ayer's Sarsuparllla.
tiou of this stato
niolit comes to
hand daily. Even
and stubborn com
plaints as lilion
flu (-iiint. nlltl 1 1 in
5 like, are tliorough
tin ly orndlialed by
tlieiisouf tins won
Mrs. It. Trvtn t
Dodge, lid West
VJalli street, New
York, curiiiies :
" About two years ngo, utter suffering
lor nearly two years fioin rlieiiinnlto
gout, being able to w alk only with great
disciinifni't, nnd liuviiig tried viiilnns
remedies, Including mineral waters,
without relief, 1 saw by nn advertise,
luent ill a Cliieugo paper that A mull had
been relieved id this distressing Com
plaint, nfter loiiT sutfering, by taking
Ayer' Saisapailllil. I tlieii decided to
make n tiial of tills medicine, and took
It regularly for eight mouths. I am
pleas.'d to sav that It elTeeted a com
pleto erne, and that I have siuco had no
return of tlio diseaso."
Mrs. L. A. Htaik, Nashua, N. If.,
writes: "One year ngo 1 was taken ill
Willi rliiMiiuutlsin, being conllued to my
liiiusa six months. 1 came, nut of tho
Sickness very iiiucli ilebtlilated, with no
appetite, and niy system disordered In
every way. I commenced to nsn Ayer
Saisiiparillu nnd began to Improve, ut
once, gaining In stnuili nnd soon re
revering it. y usual health. 1 cnniiot say
too much hi praise ef this well-know u
"I have taken a grent denl of iiirdl
fine, lint iiolhiug lias ilium mo so
inn. h p. Kid as Ayer's Sursaiiuiilla. I
felt Its hcncllclul elTi'i ts befinu I had
ipillo tlulshed one bottle, nud I can
freely testify that It is the l'it blood
mr. Iii-ln I know of." I.. W. Ward, Sr.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer at Co., Lowall, Mai.
Prlr ft ; alt bolllra, (5. Worth ( a bfltlla.
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40 Union Street, Moiapliis, Tena
XIY STOCK Off
Ha. son maiw STKKrrr. iiKHrniA, rmns.
Impertfra and Dcntsri In nana, jmuinajlUi
asS trialilni TiaokU, Clitlldar' llitrdwarav
1 Iwntrto ItaUs avail A9uioUlr br UoUla an
Uaoirlo Buppllas Alwaj aa HaaaV lUpalrtBat
WEBB & MAURY,
023 Front St.,
GRAIN AND COMMISSION.
r SEtU OATS.
From tho Initlnii and f-eoetsrl Houses. I
luuipU-te. l.e-.jH:rliu!ly Invito Vou
to Call aud Ius:l
Prices and Quality
lain llic Hniuli id I'mcthul anil Experi
enced blllrl Cutler,
HHVAL TO THU MoT.
tlaboralrljr Fllral-hoJ for Tnrkl.h, rials
and I'liingp tulluw
41-43 M0MR0E STREET.
SEND FOR PRICES
OF MASON'S FRUIT JAR3, ICE CREAM FRUEZERS AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OK FRENCH CHINA AND ENC.L15H
'!) Inu lbs lrlt4 lllllurnrs.
Knm Texsa sitllnrs.
Mi. M. whs u reuiuik ililycliariUiblii old
l ly, Mith a irood worl for eroryb sly sad
toleration for cl-i t lltioij. , . '
"I Jo think mother could pvon fluil
Sometliin to say that was roiiipiiuiciilary
nii'l nleasaul aimiit I lie ib-vil," her sou re
marked ono day to a iiiiiiiImt oi Ins yoiintf
lilen.'s "Here she roliu , let US piesion
lier. Mot'oer, bv the wuv, what do you
Hunk ol li s Satanic M.rjenty, at hi Ust,
"Well." roplii-d tlio old la ly. mildly. "I
fiiiik mi ould all do well lo copy In dils I
MONEY TO LOAN
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN MISS., ARK. an! LOUISIANA
W Mak Loan All Principal Payable in FIVE Years, with Inlaieat payahls al
nd of each yar. Or, on FIVK-YEAK Partial Payment plan, by which ih bor
rower can pay his loan without rjwinif too hravl y on one rmp. On advaolacs
atluideJ la that all sett emeniasto made at the Memphis ellue aim can nave nit
personal attention of th buuowar.
Colonial and United Slates Mortgage Co.
N. F. LoMASTER, Manger. 231 Mviii St. Momplii Tim.
EAGLE BOILER WORKS.
DANIEL SHEA & CO, Prop'rs,
(suet tsjona to ttiiCA MoCAUtiiy.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
Repairing riistatloa Cullers a Specialty.
140 TO 141 FRONT &TREBT ... M2MPTII3. TENH.
H. 1. I !!
J.k W Mir. .11,
P. I' IL ! I II,
It. '. LI IMA
M . N pniaii,
Ji.a. I'. Jr.,
J. K lti.liii-iin,
. T IM 'U
J. J J. I. IT.
Jill el. W.-.l.'f,
111-. II. IU
J . i iK-l.tan,
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ii Ikm lUiiktrt,
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l)ll! 0 Illl VN. l-fiwldi-ut.
LOI 1 1 HAS l HI. I..- rnv.tont.
J' MIS M. PI I ft:, fiat. l.-r.
1. 1. t-bMd N, Awxlant Cmtilct.
-f 1 1 K KH POND n .vi a.
AlU.ince lnl:, Llinltcd, Lcndan, Itnc'and
Chemical National Han'.: i I New Voile
CORRUGATED IRON SIDINO
AND (HON nooriN'j.
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JAKVIS-COiNKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST CO
Capital Raid Up, 81,500,000.
Makos Loiuisj on ImprjvoJ r.irtnn la Tonn j.ueo, Ml irli ilppl un t Ar
kanaou. Alocn ImprovoJ O.ty Tio "j?rty. Tlio ilUcot M.ukt
Trlco Talc! lor Btiv'.r. O m ity, ToW.uUlp, City,
t clnr.I ixtil Water Djtid
Office: Room 2, Cotton Exchange Building
mPMniiin t-r. ,.
CORRESPOND WITH OUR LOCAL, AQKNT NEAKB3T VOU.
Tlio cnl-.'r. fining firmnl Ijitlin? & Wiey
... .r - - .I t
aro rapMiy Uililillti a repuuiuun im mmi.
goixl wurk. Tlicjr liav alrrailyroinpleUil
wiui u( the mol i1k r hikIi an. I wvll m qiI-
latcJ Joli'l plutiibin fvor d'infl In Mom-
phla. TLt lr lilca I lo uo tlio lx t mate
rials an t aotkinanaliip, mlilrli remit In
cotiifurl anl tutiafneliun tii tlieir patron.
Tlioy nmkc a (jietUlly ol rcuwJuling olJ
l aral l.llajnll
Ktom T'" Militia
Tlio canl ilioiiM U it rillrn or prlnlol.
Nrvrr tio a blank rnr.l unlvaa lllatik lirt
non ta Imj your nmo.
White canl r cmiilor. In ilia Wl
taati-, f rcn In Ilia W'U cohrnl aorli ly.
eeiitlein.m' c.it'l nlioiiM contain
nothing fni pt tlia nnmo ami iMrra nl
tha rnllei. It tJ,,,B ,n 'inv
l..,,.,Hui iiiven on IU purtiriilarly il Im Im
an tiinlerinkr-r ami tlieie l tleliuea In Ilia
VV1 Mlliy anvouo at a hold, KPJ
THE GAEL DORDEM
rnnfftfirfinrt ftftn.-f nnriif T7T if
Mat MlnliM Al K rtpt tl: ft AfiCOlvrt
turn! t for nr QUAnTtK Of 4 Cl.iruilt.
ASArC0DFC3lHFAHTSITKS NO EQUAL.
troccra and Crvilsts Evcrywhcra
A. J. NA Sc CO.
IMIKUTIKi AMI HKtl.l II I M CLt
No. Ci47 Main trco, Mcmpliln, Tonn.
TTbe l'nt i nj 1! 1,1 Am rliiiiiil in the Lit. J I. a Trj.lo hjpp lle.l at Iiwnt I'rlo
Mr. ri.l. Wal.r nn.l IJnihg P1IOOF.
.llial.la I.. I all alnil l ImiIMIiiea I i.f I li.v. and
llinat. at laeliifr ral.- rail mi i.ra'1 I-" .
MKMHtllt MKTAL WOOD :. 'u CO.,
Vaa. .4auii 4K' Main Nt aivl ?l Aj ti l.i l.urri ti,
MI.MI'III.. II S.S.
llMi'iilnrl' n l.tf tiun I rii. al rinll'il Ual.
9Bll lruO I , 1 in Uuu. auU Mexa.
Malt Stemrt & Go.
CUTL.S.T.Y. MSrilANtCtr TOOL3
Cardan Implomante, flcrren Doora
Tiin rr-T l i'i:n in im: vaRKI.T
C30 SCCOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
TtLFPMONB 1. 181.
u. It lliill.lir. aiiil lnine'iUr. arlll flnl
II in Itirlr liilrrmt l
il I l'rlr.
Kiikuilue Uur Ciill
. F. HOLST & BRO: -
IMH.aa.en to 0. II HOIJf A BKai
UAVK UKJIOTRU T
No. 330 1-2 Second 8t, Momphls
irl hill amlromeirta .uv-i VtrrA ami Va
iBlllr rim an. I luW t'la lvvfl la.aauan
k,.aJ lui-kiw4j.fckaA OtOan 1 uui.
- SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1
TUB in-SENT LAROE BTOC'IC OF
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
EHjlUa-A.I7T CLOCKS, BRONZES, ETC,
W Ar Dotormlned to Orea'.ljr UoUiioo In tho Noxt Tow Weeks by
OFFERING- A.T VERY LOW TJRICES
Our Stock I Eotlrol Too Lara fjr tho Biaiou. Cull at Oii:j aud Oat First OUolot and a Carsaln.
MULFORD'S, - -
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