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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY. JUNE 10; 1889.
LUXURY ON WHEELS.
A F.ICH MAN'S EXTRAORDINARY TRIP
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
A Son-ln-Lw of Vandarbllt Travels In
Styl That Outdoe Royalty Inter
atlnff Experience! A Nineteenth
From the New York Henild.
The most reiiinrknlild railroiul trip on re
cord conio to nn end Inst evcninK with tlio
arrivnl nt Miulburno, Vt, of r. W.
Seward Webb and his party over tlio
Northern Pnciflc ltitilroad from Vancou
ver. Tho party hud lived and (ravelled
for six weeks in tho most completo and
gorgeous railroad train ever put together.
It was a Hperial train and a Hjvocial trip.
It made the distent limo ever known in tho
history of railroading, and tho jiarly visit
ed more places of interest and g.t over
nioro Rrouiid than any bimilar company of
excursiouiHls ever diJ.
They have crossed tho continent, vinitod
Conudaand roiio as far north a Alaska.
They travelled 20.0M miles, and tlio ex
petiROof tholittlo jaunt to Ir. Webb, its
projector, is said to havo been $100,003.
Put ho cau nll'orJ it, for lr. Webb, who in
president of tho Wagner Palaco Car Com
pany, came into n pot of money when ho
married the younrttt daughter of William
II. Vanderbilt Months ago ho begun
muling preparations (or a railroad tour of
the Coiled Stales and Canada which
would lie niontimental in tlio hiutory of
railroading. Four niagnitlceiit palaco cars
mado up tho finest railroad train ever
known, und in thoso Dr. Webb and his
party of sixteen left Now York on tho (5th
of April for a journey of 20,000 miles.
The. company consisted of Dr. Wobh, his
wife, ami thrco children; his brother, l'rnuk
Webb, Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Purdy, Mr.
Julien Keun, Mr. (ieorgo liird, Dr. James
W'. McIjiiio, and uiuids, valets and othor
There never hns been such luxury on
w heels as in (his train. As soon as lie do
cided on his trip, Dr. Webb gave orders
for extensive alterations in his private car,
Mm Kin i ta. onn of the handsomest cars
owned by tho Wnjrner Company, in or.ler
(o aiianl it espeeially lur tlio use ol mo
children sml (heir niiiws. A imisey con
sisting of two rooms was constructed,
storkeJ with every mrcssily and romfnrt
forrhililren's use, and providwl with wide,
downy herihs for tlio Jill lu Webbs. Ail-
joinioK tho nursery w its Mrs. Webb's pri
vate iKiudoir, and next to that, the cosa-st
littlo Imthroom in the world, supplied with
hot and cold water and every luxurious
In the special dining car tho partitions
were removed so that tho dining-room ex
tends the entire length of tlio car. On the
floor is tho softest ol taH'stries of a delicate
blue, matehiiitf the prevailing shado of tho
UpboUlery in Mrs. Webb's cur, und tho
niahou'iiny woodwork, which is strikingly
rich, is set oil by the subdued li-lit (ruin
the slsined tiothic window. Partitions at
cither end of tho car provide space for the
kitchen and for the attendants.
The lii'wt beautiful car in the train was
President Webb's SN-rial cur, the l.lsinere,
recently built to his order. At the rear of
tho Klsmcre, which was tho hist car in t lit
train, is an observation-room, a small
apartment, luriilied sumptuously and
containing a case of iinmenso uinps, which
nuva on rollers, and were an-ciully ui lu
for Dr. Webb; a cyclometer, which con
stantly shows the ved at which thu train
is niovinn, and various other dm lees,
("""''ntitd oi tit'. novel armrUucnt nresuiies
' A bedrooms, furnislied in Die richest atylo
ami men comes ine isnwu parior. juo in-
lerior woik oi iiio car tnrouuum is oi ma
hogany, most elaborately curved, and all
thu upholstery is of olive colored velvet,
which well matches the tint of thu heavy
tnpeatry on (ho lloor. The ceiling is beau
tilled With well executed fnw-s; the
laiu are of Persisn brum and molded
alter tho tircciau fashion; tho washlxiwls
are of costly marble, inlaid with mos.iio
work in diirerrmt colored timrblo and there
Is scarcely an Inch ol tho car that is not
adorned sumo way. At tho forward end
is a room (or tho conductor of the train,
and concealing it Is a rich mahogany bul
let, on which stunds a coniplulo silver
Another noteworthy palucn on wheels
is the combination bullet and biugngn car,
One end is titled up iu pale blue uphols
tery (or uso as a smoking and lounging'
room and the other ia designed as a recep
tion ol tisggige and also lias a uuthroom, a
&'JU gallon uuk for warming tho water to
supply the lsthrMiins and ntiitrlrralnr tho
attendants and trslu hands. In the d lifer
ent cars there ia no end of closets fur linen
aod clothing, and space for the reception
ol provision, wines rilles, llshing tut Lie.
He, Is )y too means wanting, llesules
these conveniences there ia a wcll-asortcd
library of looks on North American travel
and gcncr.U uiloct, electric bells, a bun
oine piano in .Mrs. Webb s car, and, iu
short, all tho luxuius of a t if ih avenue
In this more than regal stylo tho Webb
party have rolled across tho continent
since the oth of April, when thev loft tho
lirand Central Deisil fur Niagara Kails,
(ho first tKiint of interest on their route.
Py Imiiir in the train, stooping but
abort lam in resting places, and lu visiting
rapmiy only tlio most l.unous attractions.
they lisvo seen tho most noted plaes iu
the United Mate. Piilisli America an
Alaska, and havo traversed more than
20,uut) mile iu almost incrodidly short
lr. Webb lias been In roushint comma
rotation with his sccietary hero III New
Yoik by using a phomviupli which ho
look with him on tlio train, lie has also
aent letters to his friend by the same
nieiiio.1, sneaking Into tlio instrument an
ouding cylinders by ttmil to bo renlac-.l
In other Instruments ,cro to rceat tho
mcasagca they had borno thoutauds of
niilew, reproducing thu very (one of thu
In ono of the cylinders Ids words are
mingled w ith the subdued voices of his
children who were singing at the other en
ol (he car to the soft accompaniment of
This cylinder was commenced
the party had Visited Niu -ara
lis. lie added to it In C lucaito. Iltiinlind
it in Omaha ami mailed it back from Den
vcr. It (ells (he story of their running
Mwoen Now York and Pullalo at lilly
ad nltv-two mile an hour: In Canada.
oin bL Thomas to Detroit, 11'.' utiles in
.15 Minute, snd somewhere ImIwo
Ietroit and Chicago the His tor uisdo
liimsclf beard above tho roar ol tho train
"The cvclometer shows that we are run
nlng slxty-nlno miles an hour." The
cylinder was spoken to while tho train
was running, and when ono llatens to Its
story bo hears the rutnblo and roar ol the
train, and can distinguish tlio dillcrcnt
sounds as tho car passes over a culvert, or
the rsltlo of a passing train, or tho shriek
( the engine as it approaches a crossing.
At first the fast tloio made the ladies
and children nervous, but by the second
day they bad become accustomod to (he
motion and enjoyed it. The ma from
Chicago over the Chicago A Northwestern
to Ontsba was made In (hirteen hours.
Tbe time of the fast limited la sixteen
kours. This is salJ to l the fastest time
ever made betacen those points CO
aillci and tbe longeel tontinuouj run
ever mado bv ono engine. All trains
were kept out on the way und every switch
spiked over tho whole routu. Tho master
mechanic of tlio road accompanied tucm,
and at ditl'erent poiula cngiues with steam
un were in w siting totnko tho train incase
anything happened to tho one iu service
1 lie parly were in Denver on tiiei.'tu
of April and nt Colorado Springs on tho
i;t;li. I'liiuiiig over tlio mountains Iroui
Denver it Rrew so cold that they had to
build liri'S in nil tho curs. Crossing tho
ltatnn Mountains, In New Mexico, n ''mo
gul" and a consolidated engiuo wero nec
essary to haul the train over, and tins
prado was bo steep that the two engines
hud nil thev could do. At somo places In
tho Kocky Mountains grades 280 to 1110
feet to tho mile wero climbed, tho engines
Bomolitncs having to go back und tako a
run to get impetus oiioul'Ii to ciimh the
hills. On April 14, they wero at ISanta IV,
New Mexico, and vmitod tho diU'erenl
points of interest, tho children riding
burros and the rest of tho party on foot.
At lxs Angeles their dining car was dis
covered to Ih) on lire, and it was put out
withu pail of water alter tlio lire cxlin
guishein had hemi exhausted. Monterey
is described as tho uiost beautiful placo of
all in California. Tho valleys and hills
around It are covered with orango groves
On the 2,'ith of April tho party wcrn In
tho Yosemito Valley and on tho '.'Hill they
tiscended (ilaclcr Point. 'J ho trail up the
mountain is described ns being tun feet
wide, w ith precipices nu cither side. The
only incident that might havo resulted
seriously occurred after leaving thu Yoao-
mlto Yulleyat l.lmira Station. There was
a misplaced switch which ran their train
on n siding mid knocked somo freight cars
oil tho track, but did not do much uamago
to tho six ciaL
In this way tho parly travclod without a
serious accident to mar their pleuHiiro,
They havo been in tho Garden of tho
( tods: thev have soon tho great Needles
by moonlight, and among the hundreds of
wonderful and delightful places they havo
visited aro Nin liernardino, .Monterey, ran
Francisco, Kenloo Purk and Spokano Tails.
On May 7 they stopped nt tho famous
Philorivo silver mines and on tho Kith nt
(rent Palls, M. T. Thoy came its far east
as St. Paul and rested throe, days before
starting for Winnipeg mid Aliiska; then
thev camo host over tho t anndlan 1 ucille,
after stopping a week in the wild regions
ft. n-l : l .ft LI. ..II. ......
oi iueoii. iui't prioni ni (-iiuiuuiiiu,
t.. w here, at Dr. W obh i slimmer rest
deuce, on tho beautiful shores of Lake
Chumplain, they will rest a few days from
tho fuliiio ol (tin tourney.
Orrn e Com m issa k V or HensisTEKc I
Meson. J. A ('. Miigulro, Louts, Mo.:
Your Maguiro's lienne Plant has proved
a most cllectiial euro lor liiarrlio a, l liol
era, Dysentery, etc. It has not failed in a
HrKI'IIKN IIilVT, Clipt., C. 8.
Goi.n and silver umbrellas Thayer's.
I.rmora I Male.
A 1-I.K.tSANT LKMOM lllllMIC,
For Inllousnes and constijxtt lull tnko
Union 1 :i i sir.
l or iielip -tloii and foul stoinui h hike
1.4 nioii 1 : 1 1 x i r.
1-or sick and . tiervoul hradachrs tako
I'or slis-plessiiess and nervousness take
l or l"-s of npjx-tite and debility Inks
I or fevers, chills and malaria tako Union
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the iiIhivo iinuied ill'ii-s, nil of which nriso
from a torpid or diseased liver, sloinai li,
kidney, bowels or blood.
1'n pared only by Dr. II. Moiley, Atlanta,
fifty cents snd ono dollar per !ot tie. Sold
A rmslsfsl .llnlatvr Wrllvw.
XTlei 'cm venmot great suHeriiiff (mm hull-
freMiimi, wiui ijnui nervous rosirniion, tin-iiusiif-ss,
di-onletvd klilmys ami roiiNiipii-
lioll, I liave lieeu cured I'V I'r. .Moley
U nion Klixir und am now a ell man.
i:v. f. r. dvi,
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street, Alliinla, u.
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orders aro not required to till out blank
Itatea 7ot over - o rents; oyer so to
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Tho mm( lieuutilul resort In America;
situated on the main lino of (he New York,
I jiko 1 rlo i Western liailroa.l. at Uike
wood. N. Y midway between Cincinnati
and New Yoik I'ltv: the highest naviKitblo
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alove tho level of (ho s s and 700 feet
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from Ciurinnnll, aa this is tho only line
running solid trains. Pullman Palace Cars
through lo tho Luke. Tourists' tickets on
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PITKIN O. WRIOUT.
Journalist and Writer.
Newspaper srth lee of all kind written.
Inciters, essavs, reixirui, cicrul.irs, eic,
written or arraiu-vJ for publication,
Kiieecbea prepared, descriptive article.
advertisements, local notices; any kind ol
articles, (rom a love-letter (o a challenge.
or irom a sermon lo a (heater party writ
ten. All communications strictly eonll
denlial. Address, caro of busiueaa olllc of
either dally pn?r.
I.rr T. M. (ialhirath. No. I) Madlsnn
Un ft, it-Lt yuur Imiumis snd collect your
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i-sht, ivoom s, lotion i-.ictiango build
ing, niaks long time loans on improved
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La Tost umbrella at Thayer',
BEAUTY AND UGLINESS.
AX ESISIY OX THE RELATION Bt
twii.k jooi !. u ft sNDUoen
In Whirl. All
From tho timo when, as tho law books
say, tho memory of man runneth not to
tlio contrary, tlio subject ol beauty and
ugliness has been nn Interesting one to nu
men nnd women, and nit All-important
ono to many of thum. It bus been dis
cussed by philosophers nnd sung of by
poets; it hiw furnished eloquent preachers
with a most fertile thomo, and bus in
spired the maric brush of master painters.
.Many a womau has lived lor beauty alone,
and many a nno has died for ugliuens. It
has been philosophy to declare that tho
beauty of tho mind far out-shines that of
tho body; it has como to bo a proverb w ith
those wiio judge men nnd women by con
duct rather than by nppeuranco that
"pretty is as pretty does. Put In spilo
of nil this tho majority of mankind, und
cnpt:cially tho feiualo portion of it, will
persist lu tho notion that beauty of person,
and particularly of (ace, has a great deal to
do with happiness und cuecess hero on
earth, mid that ugliness has a great deal
to do with tinhuppincHS nnd failure.
Tho canons und crilerioiis of beauty nnd
ugliness aro numerous. A person who is
beautiful in tho eyes of ono is often ugly
in thu eyes of nuothor. No ono rule or
test can bo rigidly applied to every person,
so many uro tho elements often entering
into thu thing called beauty. Hut of one
thing there can bo no doubt, and on ono
thing all can ngreo no face is beautiful
w hoso complexion is muddy, discolored,
pimpled, blotched or disllgured by orup
lions of any kind, llowover beautiful tho
eyes maybe, however luxuriant nud rich
tho hair, and however rogular and delicate
tho features, such a faco is essentially uuly
nnd must bo esteemed so by all. On tho
contrary, no face, however irregular tho
features may bo, howovor unattractive tho
hair or the oyes, can bo looked upon ns
ugly wheu its skin is pmo and clear and
deliculo, soft and smooth as satin, and
rivaling tho peach in its exquisite tints.
What a delight (o (ho eye is such a com
plexion! What a source of just prido to
tho envied possessor!
Tho causes of an impure nnd blotched
complexion are several In number. In
thu lirsl place, tho blood may ho In bad
condition. It may bo impregnated with
iinpuro matter, which is thus distributed
to every part of the system and eventually
lluds Its way to the surface Or it may lu
sluggish in its circulation, resulting iu a'
stoppugo of tho pores of tho skin through
which various secretions of tho body Hud
nu outlet. These outlets being thus
stopped up tho impurities that would oth
erwise cscaK aro deposited, and occasion
pimples nnd other eruptions. Put this is
not thu sole causo of such skiu di.-ligur.i-tions.
There never was a lime, probably,
when women did not mako greater or lots
uso of cosmetics, and, although it is gen
erally kno n that their uso is often dan
gerous nnd always injurious, yet their uso
is exceedingly prevalent ill tho present
day, und is u proline causo of complexion
blemishes, iho reason ia plain. Nearly
all of them contain poison of ono kind or
another, and, if nut uhioluto poison, nt
least somo deleterious element thai
lends not only to imperil tho geueral
loiilth, but to permanently injure the
skin. And even il Iheso comivIics were
absolutely free from poisons and from in
jurious iiinrcilicnts, their etlects would lie
bad enough any how; for they would still
clog up the mucs of tho skin and prevent
tho discharge of tho secretions thut seek
an outlet through it. lu any case, there
fore, and under all circumstances, tho use
of cistiin tics is positively injui ions, and
should bo abandoned by all women who
do not want their complexion to bo utt. ily
llicro nro two di-uticl ciassee of skin
-asesi thu acute nnd tho constitutional.
The latter uro always chronic and very dilli-
ult. as a rule, to euro. Lnder tlicso two
geueral heads there is a great variety ol
forms in which tlicso disease apiHiur.
rom simple pimple they range Mil the
way up to largo ulcerated eruptions, home
ol them are lluiltcii to I lie lace, w hile
others spread over the entire body. Moat
ol them itch, some of them scale off, ami
nil of (bum aro unsightly and annoying iu
'Micro Is but ono wsy of x rinanentlv
removing theao disfigurations and restoring
Iho complexion to its original and naiuru!
clearness, and it cuiinoi bo done in auy
other way. It is an alstolute wastoof time
to attempt to remove them by periorunng
any oiwration or applying any rrvimra
tiou to the face. Tins is like trying to kill
a tree by chopping olf Us Irani lies. The
trunk and tlio roots are still l lie re, and it
lumt as they aro there new branches are
bound to couie. The only way to do is to
dig it out by the roots, ihen you know
that it is out, and out lor good. The same
wuv rircciscly with disease ol the skiu.
T oil must gel at tuo root ol the trouble.
Now, tho root ol (ho trouble In diseases ol
Ibis kind is plainly tho Plood. It is
the blood, therefore, that must bo taken
in bund, as It were, aud attended to. If
it is linpovurisheil, then it must lo en
ricbed and strengthened; if it isalugctsh
it must la) stimulated aud Its circulation
Increase. I. If it Is tilled with imptuitic
and in urioiis substances, llieu thuse iin
purities sud injurious sulsttiinccs must bo
removed, w tiutever ine cause may bo,
the seat ol tho trouble must bo gotten nt
beforo a pcruiuiicnt aud lliorouijh cure can
Now. ss all is not sold that nutters.
neither docs every medicine that is repre
sented as a euro lor r-kin Jiiscas. do nil
that It is reiiroscnted to do. The number
ol such alleged re inches i legion, and (ho
amount ol money thrown away on them
would llll a bank vault. A wo have the
bent interest of our readers nt heart, and
havo no other object whatever iu vluw
than to help them, we tako advantage of
this opHirlunitv to say that thero are at
least two ri'iiiedie which, front iho gi eat
number of absolutely reliable voluntary
testimonials to thuir elllcacy, nud Irom tho
vast and constantly Increasing aahsi lliey
are having, wo loci thoroughly justilled in
lieuriuy recommending, l licv are medi
cine that have been having a wide sale in
tins section ol lute, and (hat have been do
ing an immense amount of eood. Thcv
are Po-ru-ii and lat-cu-pi-a, the former
for acute and the hitler (or constitutional
diseases of the skin. Thoir unparalleled
success is a sulticiciit guarauleo of their
worth. If iheso two remedies do not suc
ceed in making a beautiful complexion, wo
are bound to coules (hat we do not know
where to look (or a remody (lint will.
1'lXK watch repairing Thayer',
Orlaia ( Iho largei-Me-Sel.
From tlio I'rsirl liinir,
Anyone who take tlio troublo to refer
back (or the Lngliah name ol this now
well known llower will llnd it bolanicnlly
inyototis, Ktiglish inouso-csr, from which
the namo myosotls Is derived. It I now
extensively regarded as an emblem of
fidelity. Orey give ouly ono, M. Verna,
aa originally a native of North A met lea,
but several aa naturalised outcast from
gardens among them tho truo forget-me-not,
In Purope, with palo-bluo (lower and
a yellow eye. There are, however, now
quite a nutnlier rultivutud, including (ho
Asoresn forget me-not, with very di-cp
bluo or mdigo-colorud flower, aud otbwr
shades, as white and rose, raided by mcai
of the llorist' art
Fanny O.icood, some ve.ns azo, gnvo the
following anccdoto of the oriirln of tho
now well knoivu nnmo: "it is related that
a young couple who were on tho banks of
tho Danube, saw one of those lovely Mow
ers floating on tho water, which seemed
ready to carry it away. The allittnced
bride admired tho bcautv of the llowcr.
nnd regretted its fatal tluntinv. The lover
was induced to procipitute himself into
tho water, where ho bad no sooner seized
the flower than ho sank into tho Hood, but
making a lust ed'ort. be threw the llowcr
upon tho shore, and at the moment of dit
nppenring forever, ho exclaimed, 'Verges
irur niclit,' since winch titno tins llowor
has been emblematical nud taken tho uan.e
I.sv to thy hort (till token flower;
Willi love mm lenrs Im leiivetsro wot,
'Twill wtiihpor lu Its U lint hour,
Uu not lolxet
An linlolnul Wrxnn.
JVhcn the liver li lu.lolent, as It mint nprc-ssrlly
bo when 11 lull to soeretu the lute la iillieleut
qiisulltles to lneel the reipiin-meiin u( illistloii
anil oviniilioii, it should bo set nl wmk with llos-
lelter'i Htoniseli Hitters. Tho healthful stimulus
to activity Impurle'l by this liuiiiurnhlo nllur
nllvo, pisttlly evinces Ifeil in s ilepartnre
ol the lincoiiidirtuhlo serifatloni III the rlKht slile;
the iiiitiM-m; fur iiKin tho tongue; iii'llirealion, slid
ftlek henilni lie roOMqUciit non liiui llvil)- ol the
livur suit tho inversion of tho bile from its pri'er
cliiinni'l. Im'Kiiliirli) ol Iho bowel lnly and
piilnlimly rclormeil by tlio correeilve lu'l lc iU-d,
which U Infinitely to bo pruforrol, Isit'i tsxuuso It
U siifo und uioni ctllcM-luus, to bliiD pill, calomel
and ilronchlnx piinntivet ol every dan It cures
sud iirovvnts lever snd skiio. and rlii'iimslisLa,
10 lurlllllilll nnU lleliiru 10.
The touisvillo & Nashville Kailrond will
sell tickets to Cincinnati and return Thurs
day, Juno L'O, good leaving on the U:6U
p.m. train, lor 10. 1 Ins rate is mado lor
the occasion of tho Turnfost at Cincinnati,
which commences Juno L'l. The Turufest
society nt this point will attend and havo
selected tins route. Any lurtiiur informa
tion will bo furnished at ollico, 312 Main
street, Johm A. Scott.
Oso. D. McCi.ian,
To WaablnxloK la 33 Hour,
New York 3'J hours. ISoston 4(1 hours, by
Memphis (c Charleston ltailroud, only.
Doublo duilv Pullman bleepcr via Lynch
burg to VnKhiugtou. Parlor car and
TTirough sleepers, doublo daily lino, by
Memphis ot Charleston Pnilroud. only.
bend for guide books and excursion rates.
Pirrsncito and Anthtacito Coal. Special
attention to car-load orders, daatoko.
Ash Wood. C. P. PiiY.iM & Co.
IxipisiAX Stat Lottkuy draws Tues
day, Juno IH.
S. O. TOOF So CO.
Will Pill Order For
As Lew as Any llona la Amor lew.
Mew Krbrtlale or Ursihl A tTinrlra
Night Train Leave Memphis nt 10
o'clock p.m., arrives at Washington at 8
o'clock a.m.. New York i o'clock p.m.,
Itoston tf o'clock p.m. lay Train Ieaves
Memphis at lf.:K) o'clock p.m.. arrives at
Washington nt Hh 10 p.m., New York 0:50
a.m., Ikotoil p.m. Tollman Meepers
lo ashitigton un both trains, via Lyuch
burg. Tho llauyhM is asked what I a cheap,
effectual and hsnnlc csmetic for the
faco and bands. The question is easily
answered. aslt tlio luco nnd hunds lu
very warm witter, with plain, irood soap.
snd with a handful of lino ground oatuieiil
rublied iu with the snd. A pouud ol oat
meal will cost (1 cents. enko of castile
snap 10 or 15 cents, and they will last a
long time, ruch a cosmetic U pcricctiy
hsriulcM and elfectuul. It clenusc nnd
softens wonderfully and leaves a gentle
luster thut no other cosmetic will give.
Drs. BETTS & BEETS
818 Main Bt., Mcmpola.
lyxs ol Vital rewrrs, liwn,kf. UttMtiil,
loot el Manor?. Cuarusloa ol PJau. lA-ftllu.ls,
tiloomlDOM,. Ix-pn-atiiM of ep.riu, tr.i,it
otlrly. Iwllf plmiife-l. 1U ol (ouudrivwv,
mil. lauaw. t'utll of Sl1 or SiikliirM. sn l
fln l. lilt a hnMrn, SArtLY. 1'iJtilXJIlOiTl.V
and PMVATM.V ( UBKI
BLOOD AND 8KIN
nhls ta Its mult. eotnpWMSr enaimtro wtihoul
lbs us nl tnrrounr, b'roXu.s, Lryiiia, Hrt
Krs. Blslrhov H ovlrs. t bxn, Plt 1 tho
IImJ sJ Itoaia, ivpkllllHi tuf Thl Mnutb
tnwnfj ol 1'rinsua. VriM Klb rulfssxl 01
wnn aUk MsUmsul a utulit. Oounrrbo,
(llroi CtUlla ottv, MSBptly tmisjy cured.
TO TOUSG MEH AID KIDDLE-AGED K5.
a cnDP mnp ..'
rtvrty ir, wliuii brlniw
erytnl wMtkessa, eeftrtroyli
rwtn most orl body,
stimuli Its n-r4rni lii
TIDI WTTTl fl
rrl lUiftVfttJoaj by lins
fmit Intalfft-onni ma tulitary n-vl.tt shirk raJB
tHb bo4y au4 0104 usAulu Uwa lot kuslaoas,
etuilr pr msjrisf
MiRMkn MKlT.orlbeasenlntna Oitthsepy
iui aware 01 porsioai nviuf t"- siy amii
ItbstNl Bwon facta rtirr-".-al rtrertcnea,
Isouii'l-Kvery ns b rwlIir IDUI-V tV"S
ttaniut sruhv lalnl ;l'0'i rtro la
our ii)nrfc,ry eiscur 1
rtt.MA blift.nl InlurO.
1 S0111I S coaai ofttayS C" eslnbrate works oa
CLrooUx Nemns v4 l?'1 It-rsw llow.
Son latere sufistfiik sivl khsro, .nM
tssiyta life. lotUsj ikioTioti ii(i o.
isli4kf 4osonislyil Uyi4l f-ll
DETTd w BETTS.
or rii r. jiuc hs : i's r.M.
li'V'"'-' - ;'' V;
if, YI ' vl-''lV-v
4:02 MIIST ST., MEMPHIS.
Q f O
liV I - Ian -Tiri-in--f---SSLiATU.
AGENT for EARLY BREAKFAST'
SEND FOR PRICES
Or MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREE2ER3 AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
THE LQUDON-PENICK GROCER! COMF1
OFFERING FOR RENT
JTino Store, No. 35 5. Main Street.
For lease to a trood. prompt-paying tenant for a term
of seventeen months. Their rapidly increasing business
compels them to occupy a larger store, thanks to their
friends and patrons.
J. T. L.PHADE.
LaPRADB, McGRATII & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 304 FRONT STREET, t I I i I MEMPHIS. TENN.
ST. CLAIR BREAKFAST DACON,
PICKLES AND LUNCH GOODS
Of Every Description.
A. M. WORTHAM & CO.
No. 178 MAIN BTRFET,
A.. J. VIEN
IHroUTKIU A!"D DKALEIU IX
AND FISIIINO TACKLE
No. a7 Main Street, MAmDhls, Tenn.
TTb UrgMt tn4 Dttt Aroinnl In Ui
Wm. C. Ellis & Son
COTTON TRUCKS, WAREHOUSE TRUCKS
Cotton 8cl Krtmi, Hoti. VrWf
430 uid 441 Bhlb BUt. -
NA & CO.
Cily. Tin TrU SupplltJ t Itimmi Prie
jn-i nir.niixiiii iron wor na uctry
- - Mmphl. Tenn
AYE AttE IIAPPY UECAUSE WE 11 UY
$2.50 LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S
THE BEST $2.50 SHOES IN THE WORLD!
221 AND 885 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
Larce Stock of tlis Finest snd Medium Grade
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
At Low Prices.
Orders From Abroad Will Rooelva
Ornct; or tii JViakh or EprriTios. 1
MkMrni, IbMi., Juno I. liwj.
ttaci bltla will b iwlreJ bj tbe German ind
Mn!itln IUliki, o( MPinihl, Tenn., until 111
2ltb lllUilt, lo bo Hi IIMITTtl) TO AND lil'KNED
br tlio llonrJ o( KdiiMtion, fur the pnrrhtM of
couiwn bou.U ltard by nil Ilirdol iUlur Ion,
oniUr n ot tbe Ucucml Awuiblr of tbi
B:;o, KLirl March -V, lvo, and approval April 4,
t9. amouiillm U) the mm of lluu.uua Hald bona
will ht taaiieil In dlRt'rent ilcnoultullona, and
payable In dlflerenl vrlca. embrmclng period of
twent)' two rean. u followa, tow II :
(II) Thirteen il.t") Ixnula, valil July I, 1".
ii:ii Thlrtivn II ) l'ii l. auliie Juljr 1. H'l.
(I.i) TMrfct-n li.i'W Uiu la, )Btl July 1, 14.
1.(1 l nirirn !i.i" nciuaa, Myaiie jii t i. i-.'ii.
.'li Turntjr l.iur l Iwu.la, ial.le July I. H'KJ.
JII 1 wculy lour f 'UhnlMal'le July I. l'AI
.'!) Twenty four v Ixm'la, i)al.le July I, IVii,
:i) Twenty-four iV ImiikU. iial.U July I. r.'lli
Iiio alnnv.ilil Ixiliila will r Internal Irom Jlllf
I, Ikmi, patal.lo aeim annually. In Memphia. leuu.
Tho rlvht lo n )eel any aud all bide la reserved !
tbe lloar I nf hilm-allon.
lly order of Uio luirj. '
A. IV II ill., Ti-n r 7.
THE GAIL DORDEN
Hat mcMalmtl Id hlfk fwetrfelo or ABSOLUTS )
fUMTXar mar a QUARTtH Of CCHTV't.'
AS A FOOD FCR IKFAHTS IT HAS NO EQUAL!
yoa avaxa bt
Crocers and Druggists Everywhere.
THUOUOII TICKETS TO FARI9
Weal India and Paelfle ftteamelilp Companj'l
Tha tonr of thla. Iha only reen'ar line aatl.
Inr f inn Hie inmiiIi In l.lt nHl. are err Mpulaf
wnh iHiwenaers and Hie rule they ta'ie l iu li-
llali.e In laid Weather than Ihul of the New Yi.lK
M.-aintTi makea tlta trip tlmrnuithl)- rn)-yabte,
lite Ii1mwIii Mcameniare eif.eet.'d kr leave Lierat
JAM All AN, tnaall abnilt June l
raliMMI l-are- II. nee In l.ler(MKil, inO; throuctl
to I'ftfl. via (alaia or lter, lint claae rail, lo
ir.'", or thlnl elan rail. Ilia
I. .turn 1 irki-M New Orlrane lo I.leerpool en J
return. I i. New Or liana to Carta and return.
tlfi-rla-.all the way, tuo. Cblldrvn aud aeitranl
t a n-.lurtioii,
Knr lurtUvr particular! a lo freight and miM
evpl) to M iMM'llii,
W rarnn1eet Mreet. New orient.
By Tlrtue of two deed, of Int'l, eieruted onto
the ." III ilny of Auauftt. Iw. and the other no Iha
JIM day I July, I--;, by W. W. Iluiuphreil In Iha
uO'lervlrned a. tru.tee. to aeeure pertain Indebie.).
neM .M'llt.1 llM-reln. the ftral of aalil Iruftt dee-It
nn l.l. i.-. I In KeKlftier'a ome of ehelby louutf,
linn.. In bonk IM. Mr" '). and the other rvyl.
tered In aald llniftti-t oftiee lu loik ;. pore ;
win. h are relern-d In, tald dee-l rourrel aud lu
thorlrrd the aale of the followlne; real reUle, a
rwae the detita therein eeciire-l were tiol ell atf
pn-il-le. iherrln. aald rvtl taute, annate In Mem
I-lila. Un Il-v f'oiinlr. T. nn , lllinln at a reutit
11 Ilia noitb Hue of Market urn iS h-el ea.t front
Hi eavftt line ol ll.e flm alley real ol third "treat.
n-l runulna II. cure ewel wllh I lie tmrtn aide ot
Market .ire. t t, leel. Ihrnee north U"1 leel to In
lnteniled alley. Ihenre h( -n leet, ihennr aoutit
lfta- leel 10 tlie I
1 leel to the plaee of l(luuln(. being i.ar pi
if Mullinllan aulKllvi.ion lo country 'ol alt,
the aame land t tpart InaalJ W. w. Ilumrii'
InrwaeofW. W, IluinphreTt llerlie l.r
lot 1-1 M
and the 1
IM1HH. W, IluinphreTt . llerlie
1. I.Oie. R. I . iL.iWnr Court of e
r.... ..w. n. .... u.
t ounty, Tenn., and aald d
l .. ft;.. . iu. a 1. .
Tenn.. and aald del.u Dnt belna nal.l a.a
roollhi to the tennanl aald tnut deedi, at tlie rat
oueal of tha lieneAeiariea therein, I will, oil
the tat flay rl July. a. el the anuihwcat eorurr i
Main aud Madiann etreeu, Memi-h.a. Tenn.,
aid deM-iilwd real eeiat ig blgueel blddti; at
punic pinery, inroaftri.
Kqult of retJaniMla barred. Tha (III In mil
rroiortr bellcvi-i) lo he a-orat. but I will aell af.l
(untrer aa tntaiea la laid ttual dvada referred to, aa
Thla Hal Oay oi May, lret. 1
w. J. TtrTLAND, Tnutao.
IUU A Wllkantaa, AlUaraaataaj