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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL : FRIDAY, JUNE 14, ISSO;
IMPOBTANT MATTERS DISPOSED OF
The Boals Street Market Question Re
ferred to a Committee Sale of the
Hospital Grounds Indefinitely Post
poned Petition and Building Permits
Tho Legislative Council mot yesterday
at 2:30 o'clock p.m. rresont, D. P. Ilad
den, Jamua Leo, J. T. Pettit, Charles
Kncy, Bam Ilirsch and John E. Kaudlo.
A letter was read from O. M. Dunn, su
perintendent of the Louisvillo & NashviUo
Kuilroad, praying to be relieved from au
order to erect an electric light at tho Win
chester avenue crossing, lleforred to
President Haddon, with power to act.
A letter was read from A. M. Cooke,
assistant general maunger of the Louis
villo, New Orleans & Texas Railroad, ask
ing to bo relieved from an order requiring
two flagmen at tho intersection of Cnro
lina aud Eighth streets. Mr. Cooke thought
the reduction of trntlic in tho neighbor
hood of the Buyers & Factors' Press,
caused by the usual sunimor dullness in
the cotton trade, rendered . tuoro than ono
flagman unnecessary. Tho Council, how
ever, refused to rescind tho order. ,
Robson. lilock & Co., Zellncr Bros., aud
other occupants of buildings on the cast
side w Mum between Monroe and MuJi
son, Petitioned the Council to abato tho
nuiiaiice causeu oy smoxe arising irom
the sinoko-Btucks of the Ledger ollioo and
tho Memphis Printing Company. An
order was passed requiring the parties
villained oi to build smoko-stacka to an
altitude, that would prevent the smoke
irom inconveniencing llio neighbors.
W. M. Randolph asked an extension of
time for laying a stone sidewalk on tho
northeast corner of Main and Talbot
streets. Time granted until Uocember 1.
A ctition was read from residents of
l cyton avenue, praying lor mo auutcinont
of a nuisance caused by standing water
duo to imncrfcet drainage, was re (erred to
t:.i.. ti i.i.,r. .... i,- ..-
iwethcr with power to act.
W. U. Williuuis asked to be relieved
from building a plunk sidewalk on the
north side of Winchester street, declaring
his readiness to build one on tho south
side. U ranted.
The petition of A. Praeht for permission
lo build a corrugated iron house OUxot),
with metal root, at 32 Mum street, was
granted upon condition that it havo a brick
front, and that tho owner would remove
it at tho expiration of his fivo years loasu.
1 he building win bo used as a curriago
TDK nEAI.K STRKtT MARKKT.
The rental of stalls in tho Bonlo Ptreot
Market was agiiin cotuiilrruil. Mr. W.W
Miller appeurud on bvbaif of occupants of
tails, as we'd as for resident of rotith
Memphis, to whom, lie urged, tho closing
ol the market would ocriito as a great lu
convenience. 1 be occupants ol stalls wo-o
willing to pay tho rental of Sl.'rJ a week,
but contended that Ssl.OO was oxeeiwivo
and beyond the limit fixed by the city or
A geuoral discussion by tho Council fnl
lowed. President Had. Ion favored closing
up the market until N-ptember and then
roiening it under dilferent regulations,
tho boundaries ol earn to be rleurly Imli
ratal, aud all of them relet under ucw con
ditions. Ho alsoTivorod tho plan of coin
polling stall ocrupunu to puiehaso tickets
from Die nty Instead ol dealing direct with
tho market-master. Mr. Rundle sIho la--ooinl
closing tho market. Mr. Ilirsch aud
Mr. Ix-o ventured no suggestions. Mr.
Putlit aiiggi sted that tho whole matter bo
referred to a committee lor examination
and report A motion to that cflect pre
vailed and President (bidden appointed as
such eominitteo J. T. 1 ellit, J. E. itandlu
and Charles Kuey.
SAI.K or IIOxriTAL GnOl'MIS OKf.
Tho proposition to sell a portion of the
hospital grounds ami nsu mo procooin to
improve the remainder will have to be
abandoned, in view of the following clause
lu tho act ol rvbruary .3, lw7, Bullions'
Jnir the sale:
"Section 3. Be it further enacted. That
the proceeds of said Skilo shall, as soon as
practicable, bo Mi n vested by said commis
sioners in purchasing, improving and
budding upon another tract of land for
lioaiital tiurpowa. huM tract of land to
be within two mile of tho corporate limits
of said District, and to bo held snject to
tho uses, coudiiions and pnrpose Ueciured
in tho act uieulionod iu the caption
Judgo Mctralf, who was present at the
Council meeting, thouirbt that tho abovo
clause might prevent Intending purchasers
Irom Investing their money, unle-s the
section as strictly complied mitll by
lKlings new hospital upon another tract
This view was generally sustained by the
Couui il and tho honpilal question cuiuo to
a sudden uvatu.
Tho reitort ol the committee on the con
tract with tho Newport .News A Mississippi
V sue) Company nsuiiauiinoiiily adopted.
Jt sptH-ars In lull in another col u inn.
Tho contract lor supplying the city with
cast-iron I'M thri-s.x lucbrs ws
awarded to Peunis Ijug A Co., ol Louis
ville, nt 5-7 a ton.
C. W. Hunter was allowed f 1,133 for
building a duuipboat, and tho amount, or
e. Tho eotnmillc appointed to assess tho
Venial vuliio of botes to servo a a basis
lor 1 per cent, license tax reported as M
lows: Peabcle, (1.,0HU; (iayoso, l,.0(li);
Luehrmsiin. Si.fr. t-malon, 17.000: Clar
endon, ja.nui; hlurliL $:t,(M: 1'ransioli,
ibi I mlly, J:i,tii. Comiiivrcial, JI,.Vn;
Pt, .Nicholas, tm-liran, 1,.HJ-,
V hiiiImta, f I..MW, tireen Iree, I,.aj,
Vdi icK)rt was adopted aud tho Coun
ell AJj ,urncd.
Tais from Indieraiinn, dyaiK-pala, ami loo
brjriy r.iioiif. la relieved at owe by Inking
on- oi UruT a l.itila l.ivi-r Tills lmuidiully
alter (liimcr. lioii'l forj t this.
Haw II rrolerte,
Finis tlx OrrUnd PUIiiilesler.
Cariiegio's men have gono to work at a
reduction of 20 per cent, all around. Lost
year this man was vigorous In shouting;
If you elect Cleveland your wage will
be reduced." Now see what kind of pro
feci ion he gives to American labor. Tho
same kind that the w oil give lo the lamb.
Itixsatho waste pljsnd disinfect every
inspinous place with Piatt's Chlorides.
LortMASA Htats Lost tar draws Tues
day, June IS.
Are Tes) Vti I liwllit
Anything from a fence to a business block?
Your order will be given prompt attention
by the Wright Lumber Company, low
arc oue, fort Pickering. Telephone 1,307.
Er. Lot is, Mo., Juno 13. It 1 now al
leged that lo view of the pronounced pur
pose of Circuit Attorney Clover to proceed
titidor the anti-trust law against the
various trusts now in cxlslenco here by
biiugiug Uicui before the Grand Jury for
Indictment, that the coal trust baa prac
tically disbanded. At all eronta, there
will bo no further attempt to eontrol
prices, and prominent members of tho
Coal Exchanjp) say that they will live up
to both tho spirit and tho letter of the now
ANO08TtTRl UlTTKRft il S household WOttl
all ovt?r the world. For over tifty years it
has advertised itself by its merits. It is now
advertised to warn the public against coun
terfeit!!. Tho genuine urtielo is uinuut'uo
tured by Dr. J. U. 11. Siegert & Sons.
Let T. M. Cialbrouth, No. 10 Madison 1
street, rent your bouses and collect your
Klekrit lo Dcwlh by a Mule.
Epeeltl Dispatch ts The Appeal.
Birminuuaii, Ala., Juno 13. George O.
Uandloy, a white wagon driver, died at
tho Charity Hospital this morning from
the effects of a mule s kick, lie was ar
ranging the harness on an unruly mule
yesterday when tho animal kiekod hi in ou
the head. Ho was taken with lockjaw
this morning and died.
Tux well known strengthening properties
of iron, combined with other tonics aud a
moat perfect nervine, are found in Carter's
Iron Pills, which strengthen tho nerves and
body, and Improve the blood und com
- l'rof. F. I. Mrwsrd
Will leave Sunday night, stopping at Little
Itock. Kansas City and Ucnver on his way
to tliH roiiMt. If vou havo notalreadv dona
so, we would adviso you to cull and havo
your eves correctly tested and tittod witn
proper glases. Call early to avoid waiting.
tomorrow will wi your lost opportunity.
Ollice 281 Main street.
Thr entertainment to bo given at West
Side Park by lirnce Church Guild today
is postponed. .(Sunday papers will give
the dale. Tickets for the 14th will be
ONB DAY OONB, TWO REMAIN.
NOW A WORD IN YOUR BAB
Dear l'oblle mf Nerophls,
Yes!erday we advertised a three days'
salo iu our leading UeparlmeniH; as you
know the weather w:ui delightfully aud
omphnticully wet, which brought blessings
to many, but kept our customers ut uomo.
We don't complain or repine, but wo
nn,,n..n ll, tl... . ill Im. Iri.i.t mi In
tho advertised standard tday and tomor
row. Vt lull a more, w o will add soiuo bar
gains today that makn a visit to our store
even more prolltahlu to you.
Our mk.n'i suitsnrc still f S.7i
Ol b men's hats aro still 59c.
Ota AciK proof lawns aro still 13c.
Oi b hoys' suits aro still $2.03.
Oi H BALBiunoAN sliirU aro still L''Jc.
And tho scores of other bargains aro as
advertised yjstcrd.iy. e have added
100 pieces fust color tl jurod Lawn at Sr.
3 cases of soft bleached Domestic at 7c.
Don't miss the Arlillclal Flowers; tho
collection is superb; tho price is well,
only ":ie and worth fl.O). Como today
and gel soino ol these rousing bargains.
Como today, even if the weather isgloomy;
keep cheerful, lo merry let Joy bo uu-
cuuunud aud all will be weiu
THB3 J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
Jw atrbedalr f Wrmphle A ( harlre-
Nieht Train Leaves Memphis at 10
o'clock p. in., arrive at Washington at 8
o'clix k a.m., New York 2 o'clock p.m.,
Boston 9 o'cloi-k .m. Day Train Leaves
Momphis at 10.:'rd o'clock p.m., arrives at
Washington at 10: 4 J p.m., New York 0:60
a. in.. Itiwlon :t:iO p.m. I'ullmaa hleeper
lo Washington on both trains, via Lynch-
Loi-iriaia Stats LorttiiY draws Tues
day, June 1H.
Owixo to tho Inclement weather tho
ladies havo decided to poslpono iudellnilo
ly tho law n party that was to Lave been
given tonight at tho residence of Mr. H.
M. Woodson on McLcnioro avenuo.
Go to Flovd A Mooney's for dinner. All
tho luxuries of tho season. Diuiug-rooui
always cool, clean and pleasant.
10 larlnaall aail Mrlara a 10.
The louisvillo & Nnnhville Railroad will
aell tickets to Cincinnati an J return Tbur.
dav, Juno 20, good leaving on thoO oO
p.m. train, for HO. This rate is tuado for
tho occasion of tho Turnfest at Cincinnati,
w bleb commence June 21. Tho Turnfest
society at this point w ill attend and havo
selected this route. Any further informa
tion will bo furnished at ollieo, 313 Main
street. Joiix A. N-ott,
Geo. B. McCi.kan,
Jabvis-Coxxu Mobtoaob Tut st Com-
raxr. Room 2. Cotton Kxchango build
ing, make long timo loans ou improved
city leal estate ro ni inys.
T Wa.hlaslaa la St llaars.
New York 3U hour. Boston 4tl hours, by
Memphis & Charleston Railroad, only.
Double dally Pullman blasters via Lynch
burg to Vsahlngton, Parlor cars and
aaaater Bars Haaaiala; mm4
Thronfh sleepers, doable daily line, by
Memphis A Charleston Railroad, only,
fend for guide books and excursion rates.
Fixe walxlt repairing Thayer's,
CAUGHT IN THE COURTS.
ARGUMENTS BEGUN IN THE GREAT
. INSURANCE CASE.
Night Sessions of the United States Cir
cuit Court Being Held to Hasten a
Conclusion Happenings In the Court
House. With tho examination of J. A. Thomas,
W. N. Wilkereon and P. P. VanVlect, for
tho defendants, and James A. Matthews
and James S. Roblusou, for tho plaintiffs,
I II. - t.r ! I iT1 1
testimony in luu u'g suit oi uio uiansnciu
Drug Company against ono dor.cn insu
rance companies closed at 5 o'clock yes
terday aftern oon.
Judgo Hammond then announced that
arrangements for tho arguments of coun
sel were in order. These could, ho said,
bo openod at onco and continue until 0
o'clock p.m., if tho legal gentlemen do
sired, and ho had no desiro to or iutontion
of limiting them. For their cuidaneo,
however, His Honor informed them that
ho had a promise out to Judge Jackson to
rolievo him at Toledo next Monday, could
not get his consent to disappoint him, and
muiit leave for that point Saturday night
In order to speeds couclusion, and havo
it settled iu time, for his departure, ho had
thought of holding night sessions,
which would bo dono if tho jury
aud counsel wcro willing. Assent was
heard from both quarters, and a recess
was taken to 7; 30 o clock p.m. At that
hour CoL Josiah Patterson begun hi argu
ment for tho plaintill's, aud laid them
upon tho minds of tho jury in slodgo ham
mer stvlo. lie will ho loiiuwed this niorn-
inc bv lawyers for tho defendants in turn
as agreod upon between them until 1L':3D
o clock p.m., when court win adjourn to
7:30 o'clock at night.
Au Ari'KAi. reporter heard a great deal
of the testimony in this case, lis whole
trend was to establish claims ol the insur
ance companies eel lortu in these
columns before, vir.: That tho Mans-
Held Drug Company had failed o
correctly estimate the value of il
slock in the lust inventory taken and
priKif of loss submitted alter tho tiro, by
failing to allow reasonable reductions for
an accumulation of old and unsalable
goods incident to a long established
business; that "cartoons, or pnslo-
board ruses lor certain proprietary
medicines, and labels, wrro not, properly
speaking, contemplated in the immrnnce
policies as merchandise, any more tiiuii
tho ordinary wrapping paper used. In
other words, that they, the insnranco com
panies, through professional adjusters, had
the right and authority to construe tho
policies issued, and under which they were
liable to the drug company for staled
Caution extraordinary was volunteered
by oue of tho opposition counsel to Col.
Patterson alter that geiillcman had con
ducted a hot cross-examination ol an in
surance adjuster, us follows:
'JiMiah, why aro you i ugiy lompcreur
I 'Oil t VOU XllOW VOU UrO Still 8 CilUdldlllO
for Governor? These adjusters may come
to the convention.
Tho caution did not deter tho Colonel
from makinir tho witness stniirm.
Tho decision iu this case will lo watched
with a great deal ol interest aud prove vul
ualilo as a (uturo guide.
Tliu case of tho .Statu against Jack Hud
son wo decided yesterday by tho defend
ant pleading guiltv to larceny, lie was
Liven ono year.
Tho case of John Bedford was given to
the jury. Ihuchargj is nmau'.t with in
tent to murder.
' tlrrull laurl.
Tho damage suit of W. J. P. Doyie,
trniteo for tho Page heirs, againit tho Kust
Lnd Dummy Lino la stiii on trial.
"Tho Donohue vs. Doiioliuu divorce suit
wash.vun yesterday and continued over
until tatuid iy at 11 o'clock.
Itri.1 l.lnle 'lrnnfrr.
C. R Barham t- S. U Wa lley, lot H
ami 1) of tho ('. K Barham subdivision,
00 by 150 feel; $') 0.
Fannio M. Husking to 8. I uadley, an
irregularly-shapod lot, southeast corner of
Mis.issipil avenuo and Georgia street;
C. B, Barham and wifo to S. I. Wadley,
lois ly 47, 4H. each 3J by I V) feel, on the
cast sido of iJtU'ieo street, In llio C K.
Barham aubdivisinn; i:.'
William and I arohno Sanderson to
Richard William, the north half ol lot 17
of the Handursou subdivision, 2 by 151
William and Carolina Sanderson to
Woodruir llerndon. west hall of lot 21 ol
tho Kindeisou subdivisii n, 25 by 120 feet;
Harry M. 1 1 ill and wile to r-abina A.
Outlaw, lot 5, blK k A, of tho David Walk
fohsr. M. C. Pcirre, David Walk,
Richard Buchignani, T. Ik Ivlging'.on, K.
L. Mcliowan, Napoleou Hill, II. It. J-harp
ami W. N. Brown havo nppliui fur a char-
tcr for a corporation to bo known a tho
Spring I-ukct'itv Railway ComiiMiiy. Tho
lino will le a iliimmv mid will run from
Memphis station to tho M. (. IVnrcu
(arm, five uiilos east of Memphis, taking
in the proerty of the o'.lst r member on
James H. Maxwell to Miss Lula A.
Paker, W. P. Coppenhaler to Mr. Lmma
Kiuilh (while), (lamp McDonald to Mary
Kiuith, J. H. 1 ill man lo rvitni I in rex,
Jacob Wrigjit to Mary Turner (colored).
It Is very Important In thll ns of vast
material protrros that a rrmrdy l pleading
to the lnle und t'l Iho eye, easily taken, nc
reptulile to Ihe stomoi II and healthy In its
nulum and rlli'cts. 1 (n hig iiimso juall
lies, fiyrnpof Kl; is the unu prrfvet laiutiro
and must gentle diurfMr kiionii.
rirrsnt iiQ and Anthtacito Coal. Special
attention to car-load orders, da I oko.
Ash Wood. t. li. Bur A & Co.
lxt'lsiANA Stati Lottcky drswi Tues
day, June I
& a Toor st ca
Will Fill Orders For
At Law as Aaf Mease la Aaaerlea,
Havk Meuiphia Hteam laundry furnish
towel ruck with eiuluuiuUi,2jc per week.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
18 the "ideal" Holr-dresslng. It re
1 stores the color to grsj hair ; promotes
fresh aud vigorous growth ; prevents
ma formation ol
dandruff; makes the .
hair soft and silken
and imparts a delk.
cate hut lasting per
'ago my hair com
menced fulling out,
and in n few weeks
my head w as almost
tiald. 1 tried many
remedies, but they did no pood. I llnsl
ly bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and, after using only a part of the eon
teats, my head was covered with a
heavy growth of hair. 1 recommend
your preparation as the bent In the
world.'' T. Munday, 81isron drove, Ky .
" I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
number of years, and it lias always given
mo satisfaction. It is an exeellent dress
ing, prevents the liuir irom turning
gray, Insures Its vigorous cruwth, aud
Keeps the scalp white and cl.-uu."
Mary A. Jackson, Salem, Mass.
"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for
promoting the growth of thn lisir, and
think It imonualed. For restoring the
hair to Its original color, and for a dress
lug, It cannot lie surpassed." Mrs. Ooo.
Lu Fever, Eaton Kiipids, Mich.
"Ayer'a Hair Vigor ts a most excel
lent preparation for tho hair. 1 speak
of It from my own experience. lis use
promotes the growth of new hair sad
muket it glossy atnl soft. The Vigor 1
also acuro for dandruff." J- W. Howcn,
Editor " Enquirer," MeAriluir, Ohio.
"I have used Ayer's I lair Vigor for
the past two years, and found it all it I
represented to be. It restores tho natu
ral color to gray hair, t noses the hulr
to grow freelv, and koos It soft ami
pliant." Mra.M. V. Day, fohoes, N. V.
" My father, at about the nee of fifty,
lost nil tho hair from the topof hlshend.
Alter ono month's trial of Ayer's Hair
Vigor the hair began coining, and, In
thrmi months, ho had a linn growth of
hulr of the natural color." 1. J. Culleu,
Baratogn Hpriugs, N. Y.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Bold by DruuitUta sod I'trfumtrs.
r, vv .v
o0UIT UP TO THE TIMES
.srwAlT ICS)T IV I hnnw hew tn BS
a.ipnihiT Well, llinlfmtil Jio I lo..i I ks a
rrl tndiirt know alHint KimiUi T Am 1
iiml, it yer ihtiis.nron l re. it Whv, U
rnn,- mi the ti:.n k k'iur iul ftluUt BiilMUv
VUl are ) khm' tMt
Il A I oil. hf f1n:;-.o re4ent I)nll.r1f intlg
nnsi. wtilrli I'ss ii-i -iiitU lor leH-se-citvo'i
Citrife ie- I IhcUni.'tif. P'S,I 1
;.nr.a.i ol li a theiiuaa t.n ft
BH.f it owe. It ! will r fh p.'ti
tie i unit u H uuie.r iu mil pruuelttt
others a tlitHi:ia4 llie-s. A k ;nieer
era e:,kr, sad Irv It In "nr revt.iou
f ' irTHCRC It . .
sntir rnirtaiioes, pnln snd distention, ya
know Hint the food l frrmenting. noi liif-.U
fllran the nuicmn lininus t uung
M.irelMlie as tomi)imdcd In I 'r. S lien, k a
Manduke 1'ills. 11ns not only clrnnwt the
lurfjces tmt sell the secretions going anj
Imprinrrs their quality to Uiat there will lie
so mure tournns,
reil S hundred ihspet, Alwr painful snd
dutre-sing. The Slonin.b rnuit lie treated
t irefulty and penMentlf. T-r tint purpot
there l nothing In nature like Mandrake.
Ir, bchcotk I Mandrake I1IU never lau.
A dangerous condition of howels, leading to
iiifUtiimntlon, piles, tuptuir, hemorrluce.
l)ue lo td rl'ijestion. Kee was a taae
that the Mandrake 1'illt would nut cure.
And so of y
and painful Irrepilartty of Isiwels owing to
tle lirltation cf Iho niucom hnipfs by ll
p.ii:ef sour and Indignml f I. Oranae
tnd soothe the linings and sei lint the
inmath stojit ImiHv.mg oa Ihs boards,
bchfhck t Mandrake IMIa ate sovereign. i
I'oe wta l.y all lmrrlaia Trt'a 1 ria .r .i
Intra S.r na.i a nl t il. tr"f
araika. lit. J U.B.k.a,k Aafuila.
TIIROUOn TICKETS TO PAni9
Waat India and rnelHe sienmatilp Compnn)
T'i Strimert of llila ttio only reu'ar ttne tall
Im I mn lire r. mill In l.li ri-'l. are tetr ..ilai
mill i.,flrt'fiaer, atnl 111 til Ile-r a lr Iflii le
llali.e 1.1 lea l areallii r Ih in I'.al ol I lie N' w 1 "I
M.-an.era tnakea tl,a Ine I'm-m- iliw till aalil
1 he liilliarlli ( Klianiler-.,r- - n llule.KU
JAMAICAN. In ail al-ml Juur IV
tnlonii iVara-II 'uro I.iieii.i.,1, OSj Ihr.xii!
In I'tila aia tlala or l"n. I.raloaaa rail, etc
II. i. or UiL-d riaaa rail. Ill"
Letiirti I l'k la Ni r l.llei ja In l.veni
relurii. lui. New Orliaa- ' I 'Ma aiel return,
I I lazuli Ilia way, I .J. Iiflldriu a.. an van
al a nstiif-llitn. I
f'.ir lurtltvr rtleulart a I lr. lutil and piaaai
spiijf la ' ini'i
nsfamnd. !. I --t. New "rleiria.
h'uliscrilje for Tub u:m y Ai rrau
1889 -: SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
EXjEa-LTT CLOCKS, BKOlsTZES, ETC.,
We Are Determined to OreeMy lloduoe lo the Nsxt Few Weolce by
OJETITERINGr- A.T VERY LOW PRICES
Our Btook I- entirely Too Lerge for the Bos, jo o. Cell et Onoe end Ost First Oholot end EwrfsJn.
MULFORD'S. - - 294 MAIN STREET
THE GAIL DORDEN'
Hat maintain Ht nputatlem for ABSOlUTt
PURIT1 or ewr a QUARTCR OF A CtNTURt.
S A FOOD FOR INFANTS IT HAS NO EQUAL
iron saxh by
Crocor8 and Druggists Everywhere,
AK'l,'niineanilUlaiiilarUl'oiular siicll imnuon
Uio Krroraol 1 uiua, i ieiuaum' imr, i rieua
an t I'rivalral Ielllll',.iupurlilraoi Tiirn oou,
l:ruii,n imm P.illr. VIea. Innnranee. Kiresaea or
rrtataiin, Rnentitns and uuf.llinn I tie altllia
fur Work, Ihitln. aa, Ilia M .irileJ or hociai lu uoen.
Avoid unektllul yn teii.l. ra. pisiaiaa Ihit real
work. It enulnliii iaea, roval to. Ilraullful
binding, erolnoaed, lull siiv i n e, onijr ti. r
mall, poet-pali. eonrealail In plain ra.cr. Ulna.
I mm a rroapecine erne. It sou apply o, aka
illailiiiailahrd auiboT, Wm. tl. I'aik.r, U IV, ra.
Helved Itia COLD AND JIWIULSO MIOAL
from he Natlonnl Manilonl Aaanelntlon,
for ihe PSI7S ISSAV on NERVOUS and
PHYSICAL D1BILII V. lir.rarkeranilacorn
of Aaalalanl I'hvalelana majr le eunaullasi, aoaiL
Srnilally, ly mall er In tw-rann. si I he afflee of
TIIK f K.XlloitY MeIiICAI. ISIKTITl'TK.
Mo. 4 imlllneh si Hiralnn, Man., loanoraau
or.lrra lor Ix-ka SI Icllrra lur suuca) anoura vm
SEND FOR PRICES
OP MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OK FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
i : on
We Mek Loans All Principal Parable In FIVE Years, with Interest payable si
end of each year. Or, on FIVE-YEAR Partial Payment plan, by which the bor
lower can pay his tnan Without fjwlnj too hcavl'y on on nop. One dvanla(
ffoided Is that all sett cmentsst mad el the Memphis clfKe and can have ih
personal attention of the borrower.
Colonial and United Slates Mortgage Co.
N. F. LeMASTER. Manger. 231 Miin St. Memphla Tenn.
EAGLE BOILER "WORKS.
DANIEL SHEA & CO, Prop'rs,
(81TCCES30H3 TO 8IIEA A McCARTIIY.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
Repairing riantattft Boilers t Specialty.
140 TO 141 FltON 8THEBT. ... M3Mrni3. TBNN.
1ARVOTKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST CO
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000.
!.!akfi Loans on Improved Fitrins In Tonaossco, Ml inl.i slupl nJ Ar
kunsas. Also on Improved City Property. The Highest Market
I'rloe I'ald for BUtn.Oouity, Township. City,
Office: Room 2, Cotton Exchange Buildiiu
CORRESPOND WITH OUR
A.. J. VIEN
IMfoliTI IU AMD KBALtUtS IX
t TT-V i , ? a -r- i i i i
AND FIHIIINO TACKIrV
No, 347 Main Stroet. Mcmnhls, Tonn.
aTTU Largest ici Iloat Assortment In the tit. Uie Trale 8up Ileal st LowmI Trice)
40 Union Street. Memphis, Tena
re. tM MAPf STREET, IlKMriTTaL TrTsrsa.
laaiKtrtart and Pealast In Oana, AmmanlUesi
rtallne Taekla, llullrfara Uaedamrav
a-leeAHa Halle wd AJWiaeaAr fei UuMlaaa4
Kiwtiia SuppUss Atat Haa4 Bepslrlat
Meaila ilaaa .
WEBB & MAURY.
393 Front St.,
GRAIN AND COMMISSION,
ar SEED OATS
IN MISS, AltX. and LOUISIANA
LOCAL AGENT NEAREST YOU.
NA & CO.
lauqe btook of
m ji n
id w ri
JIT STOCK Ct
Fmra the Unllne ta4 Stiindird Hoiiafa, Il
Compli'to. Keapectfull, lerlle KoU
to Call end Inieect
Prices and Qualify
! In the Hamta nf s Practical trul Expert.
cnoeJ hlilrt C'uttor,
F.O.U AL TO TUB BEST.
riaboratelf rnrnlahed for Tiirklab, Plain
aud 1'lunfe Ballia
41-43 MONROE STREET.
iMcmpliis, : Tcnn.
K T. Trml.
J.H, W Alllann,
K. P. II ni I n,
K I', linur
W. N llM.u,
Jaa I s, Jr.,
J. . It.. I. In. in.
J. T. Pi-ltlt,
J. J Jronr,
:. II. Vaoca
J V. I m'tiran,
W. A. I rrnuaiv
C t. rartitaroiUi.
IOIISI SW riM'IIHAK. PrssilcWtil.
LOl'ts 1UXA1 m. Vut frfatilfnV
J'llIN M. I'tTKlea, laahlrf. '
U U ktl l'tN, Aaalaiaul Caahlem
roil KKH PON niR.VTH.
Alliance Ds:ik, Limited, London. Enclsn J
Chemical National Hank, t I I New York
CORRUGATED IRON 8IDINQ
AND IRON HOOFINO.
Vlre, Wla.t. Wal.rend l.tknlaa rr.OOF,
ilii,l Uh all klueaol tullJIfta rt .rtoa aae)
ajatlmalM al laeiorr ralra rtll aa m Mrr
MEMPHIS MBTAL ft WOOD MF'O CO.,
Ves, 4Mei4e Main at aad JI ft I) MultiWT Si,
KUirHII. II NX. ,
tfaadajvarUffa for Iron Kan ane rreatlnf. Oea
laaUaxl In s CvtaUvS. Vis feuole aad kutt a. '
Matt Stewart & Go.
ouTLtnv, l:a2IIa'IC3 tool3
Oarcion Irnplnmente. 8oren Doors
tnr nr.T l.s ):owt 1.1 tiik maiket
000 SECOND ST.. - MEMPHIS
N, n.-Oullilara laud Carpaulara artll Had
II I. Ik.lr lulrr.at t. Liaulaa Oat U.wall
aji 1 l"rw;..
J. F. HOLST & BRO.
ItMraawm leO.IL BOUT SRO.)
llArat StKMOTKO TO
No. 330 1-2 Second SL, Memphis
a-A Ml ens empe Hark Won aal Me.
Wlllr Caaa. an I C...ta, Cleifc Utaara.l laaa.w anft
atrial koiasialwuteafcaa UnUra iJ lasraak