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TITE MEMTHIS APPEAL: TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1SS9.
BEHRIXG SEA QUESTION,
IT PKOMISE3 TO PHOViC VERY DIFFI
CULT OF SOLUTION.
The Canadian Soal Flshora, Eraboldoned
by the Success of Last Year's Voy
. ftjes, Are Preparing for Another On
slauabt oa the Seals.
New York, Juno 10. Au Ottawa special
to tho l imn sins: Tho lleliring Sen quos
tion jironilscs to pruvo moro dillicult of so
lution thttn all tho othor International dis
putes at present existing between llor
Britannic M.ijiwty nwl tho United States.
Strange reports and rumors ro.irdiug tlio
attiiulo o( tho Amoilcun (iovorninent
havo rencliod Ottawa. Auurican gun
boats and nvjn-of-war, ladon with shot and
shell, are to maintain tho cxclmivo sov
roijjnily of ITnclo S;tin in tlieso wntCra of
the fur North. At thesnnio timo dispatches
are flusliod from Vancouver that Canadian
vessels, emboldened by tho hucccsi of last
year's lmz.ir.louj voyages, nro again netting
ready for U'-hring Sea. Tho crows, for tho
most part, are composed of men who, if
tho chances wore favorable, would not
scrtiplo to oiler armed rcststanco to i n
American revenue cutter.
Of lato years many Nova Scotia captains,
carried away by reports from the l'acilic,
havo piloted their ships around Capo
Horn, with the sinlo purpose of amnss
iug fortunes in tho seal industry.
This new element, though lullbm at
home is not calculated to brook interfer
ence from the American authorities, and
S?cially wlion three or four successful
expeditions mean retirement for lucky
kippors. ' It is surprising how little inter
est the aventjjo Canadian takes in tho
ltahring tka disputo. Great liritnin,
however, exhibits alarm at tho possibility
of seeing her merchantmen shut out of a
legion so extensive, and has already
addressed to the United States totno pretty
atrnng lunuai,'e on tho subject. Thu
ordinary Canadian does not worry over
tho talk of indi)(irtTit's heaped upon ilritisli
iubjects In Alabka. lie knows little about
tiio value of tho seal industry, and feels so
confident that diplomacy will (live Canada
a big indemnity beloro tho end of tho
Not so with tho Atlantic fisheries.
Canadian sentiment in roirard to that
question is unanimous. Thrro must bo
no backdown, even though it should
prove a losing KHine. I ho leading men of
both parties in Canada arc, of course,
very noxious to bo on terms of friendly
intercourse with thu United Slates. Many
of tliein huvo devoted a irreal deal of at
tention to the disputes pending lie twee n
tho two countries. A prominent Cabinet
in in inter gave me bis views on the llehring
K b question, hut (or fcood reasons th-Mrud
to have his numo withheld, lie laughed
at tho idea of powbility of a collision be
tween tho American and llritish iron
clads. There will be, he feel, coiiHiderablo
Saul on both sides. No cltbrU are to be
tniulo by the Uominion tiovernmeut to
deter Canadians from eiij.nKing sealing
oprratioos. this summer, frui li a course
besides creatinir dmtrust. would bo incon
iMtentwitli national dignity and national
pretensions. My political friend added
that our reamen can cxect no assistance
from tho Lnlidi In tho event ol capture.
The unfortunate adventurers who limy
encounter sn American cruiser will havo
to seek a remedy through diplomatic
Tho urononal of tho Hrilish and Cana
dian Oovernnient to. erect elubomto do-
foutes at Kiiinis.nH. Ik ( ., thu wmtern
' fey of the I'jiiiiiiion, would indicato that
Kngland hits no intention of relinqiiiHhing
lier fast hold on llio American coiuiuent.
1 bo San Francisco nuwspaers pMtess to
bo alarmed at tho Intended precautions
lor deieiiso and regard tliem as a mcnaco
to tho United State. Njvciul of them
havo gone ao far on to a dvocate the c
uiiiremrnt of Hritisli Columbia.
Work on tho fortifications will tx'irin
aomo timo this year, but llio plans havo
Dot vet been finally adopted. It is pro
posed to build a series of forts puardinn
tho approaches to ij-iiulumillt, tho Iioail
quarters of tho Hriiisii aiins'lron in the
North I'srillr. Hero also is an arsvnul
and dry din k, tho latter romtrueted by
tho Dominion authoritios almost of over
a million dollars.
England apparently, means business on
tho l'acilic Coast. What with wars and
rumors of wars sho doj not protxMO to
neglect to keep 0eii her new and alter
nativo highway from the Orient.
If rllwft lia fiilrrrd the syntrm the only
way to drive It out Is ! purify smlrnrirh the
IdiHxI. To this end. ns is ft knimlcLi d by
all medical mru, nothing is In Her ailnpli-d
than iron. The fault hiilirrlo lin lrrn llml
iron rm.ld not be prvpsml as lo he
abwdutrlr linriulcs to I lie Uetli. iliUdil
lirulir tins been ovemimo tv llio Union
t hoiii'lijil iinMiny of linllliimre, Mtl.,-wlio
oiler tt.i ir limwn'a Inn llitlrn in a fnuliW as
roil yrt niiiim. a pxullivo cure for dvp-
kia, ijUiiniliiii, kiiinry iruiiiiii s, no.
AN EXCELLKNT OPPORTUNITY
To Ltarn Writing at Loddln'i Bualncaa
Collega, No. 938 Main St roc t.
Iasons are given by tao experienced
penmen at 8 o'clock a.m., 3 and 7 o'clock
p.m.. Ppeelul rates to pupils from public
and privato schools. Teachers half price,
JtsT Aaitivrn It clegiutlr hand
carved luiorti'd P.imboo Walking ( anca
and Fishing lUl combined. J. Mitcu-
cll's Cigar FmKrium.
Tita Foitiim Stkam Iyb Won k a, 83
Court street, calls f'r carpels, cleans litem
thorounhlt and Ueiivers lor 4 eenis ih
vur.L Work tho bctl and clieJl-cet In
I iranliai ! 'alllralaa)4 lb arlb
Tim Iran Mountain Route will tl
season hnva on aalo stwial round trip t.ck
rta to all oints in California, Colorado,
Utah, Oregon and Washington Territory
at Its ticket ollice, '.M Main street.
I'smphlets, iruidea and rending mailer
cheerfully fuiuUhuJ on application.
II. 1. Wnjoy,
rarsenper and Ticket Agent
Ixsf n vour lifo In tho Connecticut Mu
toaU T. i-l. Ualbrcath, agcut, 10 Madison
MAOOIB .THOMPSON'S DEATH.
Cba Was Murdsrad by a Doy Woo At
Umptod to Outraia Umr.
Ci.KVCLAxn, O.. Juna 10.-For over
month Cleveland baa boon excited over
tho disappearance of a liltlo girl named
Mnggta Thompson. Sho was not quit nino
rears old, was bright and atlractivo and
wealthy people who llvod in the noighlmr-
boo.1 of her parent' home, niado up a re
ward for hor recovery. Everything pnsal
bio was done by the tolice and newspap
ers lo restore ber to her family. At tolo
graphed last night the mutilated remains
wcio found under the b lfo of Honry
Lueth. a Gorman cabinet maker oa Mer
chant avenue.' Luoth live Its than two
hundred feet from tba Thompson family,
He and bis wifo and son were placed under
arreat at 3 o'clock this morning. Harassed
and confused by tho sharp questions ol
tho ollicers whQ slowly but surely wero
entangling him In a net of his own contra
dictions, young Otto Lueth, tho son,
finally broke down und confessed that he
had committed tho horrible crime, llosnid
that on tho dav of tho murder Maggie
Thompson passed his house at about noon
on her way from school, and nnkoJ mm
for a button to put on her "button string."
lie enticed tho tittle girl into tho house
and up staira. Ho placed her on ft bed and
killed her with a hammer or hatchet. Ho
left the body on the bed until tho follow
ing Wednesday, when ho carried it to tho
cellar, where it was found. When nsUod
what motive ho had for tho murder ho
Biiid that ho had had a couple, of drinks of
liquor and must havo been criuy. In
answer to questions ho tlnully admitted
that ho had attempted to oulrago tho girl,
but was unsuccessful.
Otto U'uth, tho self confessed murderer
of Maggio Thompson, says that ho is hix
teen years of nge, but ho looks older. Ho
is tail and slender, witli black eyes and
brown hair. His head is peculiarly shaped.
ami hia forehead ia very low. At tho
timo of tho murder, l.uetl'i, the fattier, wns
out of the city at work and the mother was
tu a noHpital.
No ninruil yet linn e'er lonn-Mt
'llic moiui'iil tlinl uliiill bu hi. lint,
but Dr. l'iereo's l'leasant l'ellets havo
forever settled tho question of n colli'
iortablo existence until that moment
does arrive, and put to tlight the melan
choly forebodings of Millerura from bilious
less, headache, indigestion, constipation
and kindred ailments.
BUTTERICK'S JULY FA3BION3
Ara now ready. Tho Delineator and
Metropolitan Cntnloguo are also in. Come
today and got tho July small catalogue
and Fashion Sheet, free of charge.
Yoa must see the Hutterick Fashions
and Illustrations in order to know what a
going on iu thu world.
THE J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
I LOVB MY LOVE WITH A O,
Because Be la the Uustllngost Graham
tn Flvo 8tats and the Other Little
Hustlers Don't Like Him.
If I bad known all the bother 1 was get
ting into by trying to help my friends and
country cousins gel tho best sewing ma
chine llicru was, and liow iutciiKtoil tliey
would p't over it, 1 would havo thought a
long whilo before 1 commenced, but oa it
is I hnpo to keep right on until 1 havo an
swered nil questions. I believe I am in
the tlx that tho giand old Loiiimoiiwealth
of Musaacliusella gut into over the famous
but not tiiolitablo llomiic lumiel. Some
years ago In-foro this great b"re Inraiiio a
line lied hole iu tho ground, the t lover nor
and Council paid it their unnu il visit; of
course, tho iieigniioring natives gathered
to gnto and rii-cus. raid tho (inventor to
one prominent farmer, with the two back
huttonsol ins cool wen up ins waisi: .'iv
friend, what do voti think of this tunnel'.' '
Wall, ttov uer. ct I wus the Mato ol
Massachusetts and hadn't of gouu into this
hole I wouldn t but el 1 wus tho
Stato of Mam-u'lniHctts and bed of gone into
It, wall titivnor. I declare I don t know
what I would tin." That la tho way 1
fcvl over tho Ixtvo Machine. I Imvo aix-nt
a small income in olago stamps telling
folks about it in answer to qii'-stiona. why
can't folks fiend portage stamps when they
want letters uiiiercl; ll is only z cents lo
each, but it is dollars to uicr (traliam,
lien. vt. ll. (.iraliam, mo manager lor mo
South is hero, and is duhghtud Pi answer
mentions. I to la here at &A) Second street,
rieiids, countrywomen, lovers, pleao ask
him. lie is there, llio clie:tnul-Ocarlci,
blue-eyed Saxon, tho prineo of sewing
tnachiiio agi'nta. Tho man who canaell livo
machines lo any other mans otio (allow
me lo say In parenthesis Dial that is wiiat
is I ho luattor with llio other iciiows, nicy
can'l comMte, and ao they abuse druham,
and speak disrespect lul I v ol tho lve. lira
ham lust ga on aeiiiiig, aui lent mem
abuse;. All any woman m cds is Just to
look at the 1-ove ami sec ll wora. ino
Ixjvc whv, if ever ihcro was a namo
that fitted a uiachlno it Is this. It
lust soils itself. It K taken as a whole,
WllhOUl qili'stion, toe nc ii sening iiinciiiuo
ever olli'n'il lo a lemaie, mietncr lono,
lorn and Bowing with a single thread ber
own lonely cheuiise, or a duplicate, with a
crowing lamily ol all ago', acwuig at once
With a doulile llircnn, a wen.nng gown as
well as a shirt I.iko (milium luiiisell, tho
lx)c lo's more work with less Iu than
snv iimt'huio that was ever ouereu as
an'attractioii and a confort to a poor tired
woman, worn and weary with oilier at
toiiiiila. drul, am baa sold since Jauiinry
1 over l.tsH) machines, h'M oi iiieiu in .mis-
sis-iptil alone, ikhi t dispute mo. i Know
what I any, ani u tioea aggraviuo mc so 10
havo a man thsnnto mo. i said I.ISK) ins
chilli s, mid UK) in Mi insipid, and ho Is
receiving onlers every day Iroiu ol.l cus
tomers, and requests three or lour limes
we-k from (list-chiM country men hunts
asking him to givo them territory. Ilo haa
old the iirivilegcol lhee imii lilnei for the
city of Memphis to 1'. M. Miller A Co.. tho
Wueeler & Wilson agonts at No. 3D0
SiTond street, who will keep, ex
bibit and aoll them. I was in thcro
vesterdav. and a man. an awkward, com
man num. bji uunn iv iuu ihui nuir, iiiki
III ten minutes was making tuition-holes
better aud quicker thuu any woman over
could have niado them by hand, and in
ton moro doing doublo-lhread embroidery.
1 wixh my friends, bouMkeeera, mothers
withbovs, mothers with girls, would go
(hero aud ace this machliio work, (u n
(irabam will 10 thoro two ilavs jind will
teach tho mt inexH'rieurc in an hour
to do all aorta of work, double, single and
twisted, button-holes, embroidery, ovor-
seaming. .or any other work that any sew
I hi machine over did, and do It better
than by hand, and la onn-teiitti of tho
time. (!o there andseo, I can't tell you,
Tho exhibition is freo. Teaching is tree,
Uao of machine is freo. (io and sen for
yourself and then you will know. I am
Dot agent for this mach ino, don't get any
pay for answering questions, and waul to
save mv postago alamos. J'ooplo In
fluenced by other agents come to sen IT and
go away with a Lovo. If you don't want
lo buy a Lovo of a machine, you bad best
keep away from Orahain anil IKK) Second
street. That U tho experienced advice of
your cousin VaaTiiixoai.
a, J, Rawaaifla, Talfahaae aS.
Old brandies for medicinal use.
Dort fail to call at P. M. Miller A Co. 'a.
No. 300 Second atreet, and sea their die-
rdav of Sewing Machines, Wheeler & Wil
aon and other good makoa. They adjust
all styles uauimea,
'I WANT S0)IE STAMPS
A WOMAN VISIT3 THE! P03TOFFIOE
Tbe Trials and Tribulations of a Stamp
Cleric The Ignorance and Foolishness
of Some People Somios and Inci
dents. 'Givo ma somo stmnpi, quick! I'm In
on awful hurry!" said a lady as sho hur
riedly c.uno in front of tho stamp window
at tho postollico yesterday.
"Mow many do you wisli?" askod tho
"Mow silly in mo! I really don't know
how many I can got. Wait until I svo
how much money I havo."
She made a grab for tho receptaclo at
her sido and proceeded to examine tho
contents. After pulling about a down
promiscuous articles from tho bag, and
scraping around among tho folds of tho
leather, sho managed to r.iko up 73 pen
nies. Tagging thum in tho window, sho
"Ut's see! That will get -that will get
let's aec. Three titua two are six oh,
ves! by, of eourxel How stupid 1 am!
I ll take thirty-two 2 cent stamps and a
"Wo don't take moro than 2o cents at
ono timo of that kind of money," replied
tho clerk, smiling at tho lady s ignorance
of simple addition.
What s that? Not sell moro than n
quarter a worth of postage stamps til ono
time? W by, you lust sold tho gentleman
in front ol mo two dollars worth, for I
saw him get the stanis. ou ro getting
aw fullv partial, it seems to mo.
1 can let vou have as many atnmns as
von wish, but 1 in not allowed to tnko
more than twenty-tivo pennies at once, at
anything above that amount is not leil
Legal tender! That money is not
counterfeit. It was coined at tho United
States' mint, and Undo tSaiu is bound to
tako his own money for his postago
tamps. You're getting mighty independ
ent, just because you think your limo is
about out. Come, are you going to givo
mo those stamps
.Not tho numlxT you wish with that
"ion won 17 Weill lou cant Hood
wink met l'llicport you for iiiMileiice,
nud then got tho stamps at some dm,'
store. I'll sco if vou, a stamp clerk, w ill
put on any airs over me. 1 goes I'd get
w hat 1 want if I made you a present of
some of thoao same coppers, but I'm not
ll.,.l I, in, I n( . n
,11.1, m nu... ..ii.
Tho lady grabbed her money and
started for the nearest drug store, mutter
iug her denunciations of posiollico Ui'ia's
in general. In her hasto to get mvay
Iroiu that stuck up hireling ol l uele
Sam she stumbled ovcrsct'cial of the long
line of wouM-Ih stamp biivers sho had
kept waiting, and would have fallen out
of llio dour if a gentleman had not caught
her in hia urun und plu-cd her solidly on
An A Prt M. rciKirlcr, who was a aticcta
tor of tho ono-iu t farce, waited until the
crowd had left and then u-Ued tho clerk if
such scenes occurred verv ollrii.
"W'liv. that is nothing to what stump
clerks souielime.4 have lo cu lure. A Jul
with all of Ins prvdccesor s alleged pa
tience, would swi'iir moro III iu nun if he
sold stamps, 'i hero mu lots ol ie,ipie iu-.t
like that lady, who nro eilhiT Ifiioi.iiit ol
tho law oi they waul lo buuu z ino
lerk. Thev coino hero Willi a packngt
having a "-cent stamp ou it an I usk to
havo it wcL'hcd. 'I hcv are tol I that it
will cost aixtoen ceuia. MI)W much?
Sixteen cent-! 1 ilulii t think it w;iilit
cost that much. 1 uuos I won't t" nd il
'lliev leave, but prvltv tuoii reliiiu end
mail it porno people think l:.e mi..,.,;ik r.
hko some iiieri hunis, uro so niixioiis to
carry their package thev will thiow olf on
Hie price lor mo priueico oi navuig ii
mailed. Ju.it Bl.iiid aside, pleiiM-, and let
the geiitleliiuu li ncli the window. '
Hie cu-tomer w.is hi. i. mu iliuinmer.
lie blinded tho clerk a nickel. iiK.ed for
enveoes, and waa givuu two stanied
W'hv, I got llin-o in New Orloan for
flvo coins. Humps niut have couo i L
lately." said tho individual, from the
AlOlllld ( it v.
"llial lolloar knew no waa lying, said
the clerk after the traveling man had leiu
"He knows as well as I do that tho price
of bUiiiim and stamped envelopes aru tho
Wlnl i lnM of iM in1e uivd vou the moat
............. v., , -.-
troiihlo. ckcil the news gal he rer.
W omen ami such cranks as you Jiisl
saw. llio majoriiy oi women uon I mow
what tho law is. but those smart Alii k s
do, and tliev think they cm beat the (iov
eminent too same as they do their cm
lovera. Women will aik all kinds of
(KiIhii nneklioiis. r-a uniiiv a lauy gave
i. . . , i
mo a letter to weigh, und axkod urn when
it would reach Viiielaud, N. J. U. cuuso
I didn't hnptH-n to bo a walking railway
lime-tiible, and was tumble to givo her the
information sho wished, I wasabuiL'd and
(old that I was a pretty ono to 1m) iu such
I hey w ill hand a packngn 10 be
weighed, and when told tho p;lro will
exclaim: 'Aro you right? Stiro that a
ciiouuli?' Niiuetimea thev want to mail a
foreign loiter, and when Ihey llml It will
cost ll) cents they think Ihey are being
cheated and will toll you that tho lust let
ter they sent only cost a cents.
A gentleman camu up, throw down .o
cents and said: "Stumps."
"Two-cent stamps do vou wish?
"Why. of eourso. That 1 con' letter
iiostagu law haa I gono into euVcl yet,
"Ho you wsut a I cent stamp, a penny
or a dimUi in changer
"1 asked lor stamps, and that is w hat l
want, snapped tho gciitlotuaii in ar
..... .. .. .... .
"lliat a another Kinuoi a nxu wo nave
to deal with." said tho clerk. "Ilo knew
thcro was 1 cent chungo coming to him.
aud how should I know what ho wanted,'
Sometimes, w hen ix-opto ask for stamps in
tho aatuo way ho did. 1 hand them li-cout
stamps ami they aru thrown back with a
demand that l givo incin o ccni stamps
and not hum else.
"Another clusi troubles us a great deal
Ladic will purchase some dry goods, bring
them here, and ask to havo a neat bundlo
undo of it. so it will go through tho mail
Now we haven t time lor such work, and
when those who asx us to do such thing
aro told so, they become angiy aud wo get
more ahum. I could goon lor an hour aud
tell you thing wo have to enduro thai no
one else would submit to."
"How many stamps do you aoll In
'In Ih Slimmer tho Sales Will Svcrscfl
about KK), whilo la the winter they will
LSI a dnv.
The reporter remained near the window
for half an hour, and when he left ho was
convinced that stump clerks earnod tl
salary they received, and they wero Wei
come to their positions.
Mall's ('Urldva, tn Btil Dlslaftctaaf.
An odorless liquid, prompt, (heap and
Till FtTn Kit H-aii Dyi Wobi, S3
Cnnrt atreL eli-ana or dvca any color
lriuira. Ibi. clothina ami curUiioa.
Wmk Unislicd like saw, l'ricca tUa low-
PULLING FOB PENNSYLVANIA.
Baseball Oamo for the Ci
th Valley Flood sWot-Sra.
Memphis nevor grow weary in her
efforts for relief of stricken ones.
Hundreds upon hundreds of dollars havo
been sent to tho Coueuiain;h alley Hood
stiilerors, and tho good wvrk goes bravely
lloro is tho latest annnjiement to swell
Mkmi'IU", TeiiH. .Tune to. 1S0.
OftWrs and Members coiiun 1 o lmnne, Msiupbis,
Tenu.: . . .
(iont emen Desiring to render such as-
sistnnco as may bo in our power in further
ing tho charitahlo ellorts being made in
behalf of sufl'crors by the recent disaster
in 1'ennsylvania, wo hereby chulleugo you
to pluv a 'friendly gamo of baseball on Sat
urday evening next, the proceeds to bo
devoted to tho worthy c.iuse nhovo men
tioned. If this meets with acceptance wo
beg lo suggest tho appointment of such
joint cominitlco us may bo necessary to
bring tho entertainment to a successful
termination, and would ask that you
name hour and plaeo tor iheg.une. Await
ing vour early reply, respectfully
Tun alius. AI.I.KV .( un Ki n- A n.
D. M. (iooPWYN,
(i. II. I '.OVV HI,
W. S. Salt,
Mi'Mi-iiis, li nn , tune 10, !.
li, M. lkiwiT. V. . sun, iiiinl-
, M. Co'vln vn.
nl llio .Mln-esleel Vullcy Alii-
1. lit' Amuh IiUIiiii:
(ientlemen Yiuircominiinicalion in tho
Rhapo of a clmllengo to play a gamo of ball
tor tho honelit ol the John. tow it snuercra
is beforo m, and it aUbrds us great pleas
uro in accepting tho same, ami name dale
and plaeo Citizens' Railway I'ark, Satur
day, Juno 15, at 3 o'clock, mid would sug
gest that the gamo bo under tho manage
ment of 1-('. I-allacho and 1'. It. Mart.
ll. si. .Mtri.v,
V. A. ( AUK,
J. W. I'l'I.MI It,
A. 11. Tiiii uiwki.i,
Vm. How lis, Su.,
J. J. Mi Don m. ii,
('has. V. Fahsswoktii,
John W. Diii. Aim,
of tho Memphis Cotton
How HKd'Tiri x urn briilit eyes and My
rhcekn! How quickly will Miiii-a-lin bring
810 Main St., Memphis,
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'Jf sill llln.lilrf Tmilh',
li s li'iruiuv i rinv.
lr'Ucn''T o( I'nntluiff. I mi" Med -..l.r.-. or
villi mils lojiairnl ' -tiillf.j. flotiorrhw.
(,1k I. rliO. . pruuip'.l) sod tnlrljr cured.
( lii rrnwisbla
TO YOURG KEN AND MIDDLE AGED HER.
AcUltCi lUltfi lirlTM.T. wliirh i.rlnra
om tulr wwknM iliun; Inv ttb nonl sn.l UmI.
rioi H- rtn.lnl llli, ursiatirntly riinM.
TinCJ ril'Ti Q Ail.lr- lh, b.i lint Inv
UiVO. Util IO Hit uirmvltrs br lm-
t.Mirr lniiil('iirr ml liWiry h.blu. wblrk mln
i. id loir m l mluL uuilulnii lhio far kutlua.
siiuli or nifcrrls'
HA KM Ir V I N. rr InrM rntrrlnf no IMimppf
IU, fol h.il (trhllllf. ti. h.y WUIiU.
OUH HUl'l.'l WM
Ub-w1 nnnn rinu -l i, u l Ktorrlmr.
"onl Iri-rv rs- U Ti'-rUl:r tultNl. ttius
lrlciif srllit 1 hlril VvlH- m srv i.ri-iNirrd la
our isUimkir mriir mami tt a nm, tiiuat..i.
Ins run- ini'.ii lujtiry.
auO'l mu ivUj l'if r. ii T.mirn warm i.n
( lirfnl-. Nrflors sn1 Ivllmtn 1'lv . 'IlirtU-
n'U mml aA lilindlj ! iut or mil mar
y.in I'lliin- surrtriK snl Mi"r, himI !) nii,'fi
tmiilo hi, aa-lo kiku u.iiil unmM iv
rommaltil bf 4inr In M,np A'l'lMmr r.U oa
1)1 1.S. 1IKTTH Ss. i:TTt3.
' I 'r I'll K Mill IL. ; t A l. Tisr.H.
a bollls f Ll CU-PI-a s Irisl, and rs will arnr b
llheut IL All who nan elns Us trUI hsio s-.Vaowl-dfotf
thd II has M supnlor It Tlwd RmcJi. la
Carnal Chronic Catarrh It h( pro J mt tuct jm
luL la Chranle Khcumtlisia k'
ta MH ( S UlSooor.lul Ivur tin S (. kr a
short ti-ne.hu tfnnt onitr. In Coilrs.ls Runnlnf
f l9 Cirt. la thus Swtul iiutut knows st CVonia
Ulcort ol Ih tali, or Muicki, or Canri, ssd la
thOM droad dltostot, STphliM SnJ luilulA, '
A Trial (
Of U CP PI a Is otoecun, rinn'id. tol
Co, rittoatcj at onoa tl wsmslid 07 tho lottrltr of
tho diMOM.wlU bring rHIaf.ind.ln til curthticsiM,
Cor. Rrtd Ih wtustsrj tiitlnonlali Is Dr. Hart
sun I " lilt ol 1111," which on bt onl cl llo Ptif
as Modlclno Comosnf , Cotun'mt. Ohio, U sothlnj.
LA CU fl A It tl a tsttlt) I fx IS. Jilt Wf M'
bt sM drsgolita.
I'M I vxtf&m
- SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
Our Block U Entirely Too Large for tha Bomoo.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
IS tho "hloal" Halrnlresslng. It ra.
1 stores tho color to gr:y hair ; promotes
a fresh ami vigorous growth ; prevents
the formation ol
(hiliilriifT; initio Ilia
luilrruft ami silken;
ami Imparts a ih ll-
rato hut lusting per.
iico inv luilr cum-
nieiieeil fulling out,
Ami ill B few weeks
in v heiul wus nhiie-t
I'ulil. 1 tiieil iiiiiny
remiMhi's, hut they ilul no uooil. I Ihinl
ly lioiiglit a holllo of Aver s lhilr Vigor,
ami, after using only a part of tli eon
tents, my heuU wiw covereil with a
heavy growth of hair. I reconnneinl
your preparnitim as tlio heat in tho
wurlil. ' T. Muiiilny, Klmion drove, Ivy.
" I have nseil Ayer's llutr Vigor for a
niimhurnf yi'ius, ainl it liasnln nysgivi u
inn millnlui tloii. It Ih mi excellent iIi'cbh.
In;, prevents the Initr front tuniliig
pi.iy, iiiNiires its vigorous grou lli, ainl
SerpH llu si:tli wTittn anil cV.'UU."
Mary A. Jackson, tSiilem, Muss.
"I Imvo iiicil Ayer's Iluir Vigor for
proiiiotliig tho growth of tin' hiur, iiml
tlituk it iiiieipuileil. For viilorlnii tlto
li:ilr to lis oi i .imil I'lilur, iiml for aihvss
tug. It cannot he snrpieiHeil." Mrs. Ueo.
La Kiiver, Kiiton itupiils, Mh h.
1 "Ayer's lhilr Vigor Is a most excel
lent preparation fur the Imlr. I sm'ii1c
of it fioiii my own experience. Its un
promotes the growth of new Imlr suit
iiinki't it glossy iiml soft. The Vigor Is
also a cure for ilnnilriitT." J. W. Unwell,
Kiliior " l'.nipiiier," Mc Arthur, tllilo.
" I linva useil Ayer's Hulr Vlg.ir for
thn p.eit two years, ami foiiiul It all il Is
represeiiteil to lm. It restores the luilii
nil color to gray Imlr, muses tlm lour
to grew freely, ami kei' it soft nml
plliint." Mrs.'M. V. Day, t'ohoes, N. V.
"Mv father, nt aliout llio age of lift v.
lost all the hair from thn lop of Ills lu-ml.
After iinu month's tiinl of Ayer's M.ilr
Vigor Hi" hair hcpiu eouiiug, ami, in
three moiilhs, he Iiml a line growth of
Imlr of Hie natural color."- P. J. Culh u,
buraioga SpriugH, N. V.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Matt.
(Mil by l'iui;Hla siij 1 rfunura.
r,-r;. v i i
u.SbJLat il-A Wail
SEND FOR PRICES
FRUIT JARS, ICE
Floyd & Co.
LAMrs AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTKR3 OK FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN itfisa, ARK. and LOUISIANA
Wo Mtko Leans All Principal Psrsl'lo In FIVE Years, wlt'i Intorett payabta al
and ol each ytar. Or, on F1VE-YEAK 1'aitisl Payment plan, by which tha bor
rower can pv hit loan' w tlioui tawing too liravl v un una crop. On aJvanligt
attoidej ia that all sett emsntsaia mado at the Memphis ollics and can havo ins
personal attention of tho borrower.
Colonial and United Stales Mortgage Co.
N. F. LeMASTEIt, Manser. 2D1 M liu SL. Msmphk Tenn.
EAGLE BOILER WORKS.
DANIEL SHEA CO., Prop'rs,
(6UCCE3.S0IU1 TO HUE A A MtCARTHY.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
UO TO J44 FRONT bTBEET.
jARVMNKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST CO
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000.
Ma'.tca Louna on Improved Furinn la Tonnoasoo, Mlsolaulppl and Ar
l'.anaaa. Also on Improvod Oily Propirty. Tlia IlUhoat Market
Trlca Paid for EUto, O. tatty, TawnsUly, City,
fohocl (V'.ld Walor Iljndrt,
Office: Room 2, Cotton E xchange Building
CORRESPOND WITH OUR LOCAL AOEMT NEAREST YOU.
Jl. J. VIEW
IMI-Oim IU AMI lKM Ml IN
AND FIHIIINO TACKT.
No. 347 Main Stroot, Momphlt Tenn.
Tlit Ur.'csl i nil fk-al Aim rtniriil In tlio lit, Tho Trado Hupp lloj at Iwrst Trie
BLEQAITT CLOCKS, BOISTZES,
W Ar Dotannlnad to Oreatly Iloduoa In th Next Fow Weak a br
JONES, IIUIIN & CO.
HID KlNOlCTtr.BU CI
40 Union Street. Memphis, Tena
Hrv. toa MAIM aiRKKT. Hr.MrRIA, ToTIfm
laportara sn oYalom In Onna, Amidnwltloa
n4 Klalilng Twdkla, Hntldoro' llnntwarok
LlorlHo llollo ana AaaavbMwro fur Uulolt on
Kltetrla Siippllot AlwaS oa BalA
WEDB & MAURY,
nao Front St.,
CRA1N AND COMMISSION.
tv- attU OATti. oa
FREEZERS AND FLY
Cjllen a Specially.
NA & CO.
LARGE BTOCK OV
Cull at Onoo unit Oat Flrat Oholoa and a Bargain.
- - 294 MAIN STREET
To flu Piic
HV STOCK OF
From tlie I padlntc ami Slnn'.nnl IIoiim-s, Is
toui.U le. I (-v.'. lliill)' Invito Vou
to ( ail aud luipcct
Prices and Quality
It In the IUmI. nt a I'ructli'al and Expert.
emt'U i-litrt l.utu r.
EUl'Ao TO Titr. lir.iT.
Elalioratrlr l'urntlir.t fur Tiuil.h, I'lala
suit I'lunijo llullia,
41-43 MONROE STREET.
Mompliis, : Tenn,
Jiv W Allium,
i. r IU.l t. n.
It. ('. I.ruti
W. N Itmtrn,
I. K Kulillpnn,
tl. U liicuLom.
J. T. IVtllt,
J. J. Jriinf,
, I. II. V.mo,
J. W. ( liran,
W. A. I.rrrman,
An lrow luiukcrtj
U F. FartitwuiUb
ions w rofiinAS. rrii"nL
LOLH 1 1 A S' A I lit. Vlrrl'ni!.lini
J'iH.v it. Ill HIS. la.l.irr.
U c. hKl.in:N, Aiaisunt C.ititoa
Alliance Tank, Limlte J, London. Eng'snJ
Chomical National fljnk. i i I Nov York
CORRUGATED IRON 8IDINQ
and moN noorxNO.
tiro. Wlml, Wloro4 l(S.talnf PltOOr,
amialila l,.r all alii'li l bull llnr I tr orldaa anA
lOMiiuam al lannrr ralr roll on ar od lrM
MIMPHIS MITAL WOOD MF O CO.,
Vos. us au4 OK) Mali at tad II U Uulborrr L
ttaailiiuarlrn lr Inn louwtau.t Cmllna. Oal
JtaUol in.a I'vuikak tin btfwt tuJ merao. '
Malt Stewart & Go.
CUTLEHY, MB'JIINIC3" TOOL3
Oardon lmptrnnto, ficraon Deora
Till! niT I.A! aJOWKK IN THE M V It If. FT
330 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
oj, n. tlnlldara and CarrooUr. villi And
It ta ll.rlr lutorwl ta (UaaaUa Uur UoaxK
J. F. HOLST & BRO.
(Savrtaasra to tt. IL UOLIT a BlUll
BATH aVKJtOTKD TO
No. 330 1-2 Second SU Momphla
a a A tnl and romplaU tr Wood and M
killlr ( aw and i'aaa. Uoia Craro. laak.iaan
atrial KuuoalwaisoaaaaoV Oraua or oior