Z took Cold,
I took Sick,
Z take My Meals,
Z take My Rest,
ANT) I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKE
ANYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON *
tilt too, FOR Scott’s;
Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
Soda NOT ONLY CURED MY IllCfp
Tout Consumption but built
ME UP,' AND IS NOW PUTTING
FLESH ON MY BONES
AT THE RATE OF A TOUND A DAY. I
TAKE IT JUST AS EASILY AS I DO MILK.”
SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW.
SCOTT’S EMULSION IS DOING WONDERS
daily. Take no other.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
Sently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SA,\I FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
Cotton Balt Route.:
To Ail Points in Arkansas and Texas
ON MAT* 29, 1890.
Ticket* Good 30 days, with Privilege ot
Fort WorBianfl Return from Mempliis
AT ORE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
Tickets Sold May 1th to May 28:h. Good
Returning until June 3d.
The Only J.inc running Through Cars from
Memphis to Texas is the
COTTON BELT ROUTE.
I’or Kates. Maps, etc., apply to
S. G. WARNER, If. W. MORRISON,
Southeastern Passenger Agent. General Agent,
tVi G. ADAMS, P ;i'5SPrttr,'r Afff*nt. Na^hviUe. T''rvn.
“Oh, So Tired!”
is the cry
For that Tired Feeling
Health and Vigor.
the Weak Strong.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
To cure Biliousness. Sick Headache. Constipation
Malaria, Liver Complaints, take the safe
and certain remedy, SMITH'S
Cse the SMALL SIZE (40 little beans to tbebots
tle>. They are the most convenient: suit all ages,
“rlceof either size, 25 cents per bottle.
if ICCI M#* at 7. 17, 70: Photo-gravuro,
rV IOO lie M panel size of this picture tut i
cents tfcoppers or stamrs).
J F. SMITH 4 CO..
Makers of • ’Bile Beans.'' St. Louis, Mo.
Tba Results of a Meeting Between a Duller
and a Consumptive.
You have seen the duffer—a hulking
big fellow, with a bullet head and lots
of v ind and fat, but without an ounce of
sand in his craw. He always picks his
man, and he always mean3 to be certain
that he has got hold of somebody who can
be bluffed and bulldozed.
There was a chap of just this sort—a
duffer from Dufferville—in the crowd of
passengers obliged to wait at the depot
in Decatur, Ala., for several hours on
account of a railroad accident. After
half an hour every body sized him up
for what he was, but he was permitted
to go blowing around because no one
waited the excitement of a row. He
boasted of his fights and his victories,
and he tried hard to pick a fuss with
two or three farmers, and finally got his
eye on something good. It was a tall,
slim, hollow-eyed man from Ohio, who
was evidently on his way to Florida to
die of consumption. He had a deathly
look to his face, and as he w-andered up
and down the platform he coughed in a
hollow and dismal way. Duffer ar
ranged to meet him in his walk, and at
once loudly demanded;
“Did you remove my valise off the
“No, sir,” was the reply.
“Wall, I want to find the man who
did; I can mop the earth with him in
“Well, I don't care who it was.”
“Oh! You don’t! Mighty independent,
“Go away from me, sir! I don’t know
you and don’t want to.”
“Don’t you? If you were only a well
man I'd make you eat mud. As it is
don't..give me too much sass or I'll
teach you manners.!”
£ “You are a lOafe*, sir—a first-class
loafer!” said the Buckeye as ho con
tinued to walk.
‘*1 never strike a sick man,” replied
the other, “but I will tweak your nose
once just to reduce your temperature.
He reached out with thumb and fin
ger, but he didn’t get the nose. Instead
of it he got it biff! bang! in the face with
the right and left, and as he went down
the consumptive kicked him to his feet
and knocked him over a baggage truck.
He didn’t get up again until two men as
sisted him. He had two bunged eyes, a
bloody nose, and a bleeding mouth, and
he looked about in a helpless way and
“Gen—gentlemen, lead me off some
where where I can be alone.”
When he had gone some one asked
the consumptive if he wasn’t afraid the
exertion would give him a hemorrhage,
and he replied:
“What do you take me for?”
“Aren’t you a Nothern consumptive on
your way South?”
“Not for Joseph! I’m a professional
contortionist on my way to fill an en
gagement in Cincinnati. I saw that
duffer sizing me up, and so played to
catch him. If he should want any
thing more send him around.”—N. Y.
THEY SHOUTED “CASH.”
A Virginia Farmer Resents Undue Famil.
iarity With His Name.
Cassius or “Cash” Cologne, as he is
usually named, a well-knowrn resident
of Fauquier County, Va., recently
paid his first visit to New York. Wish
ing, unlike so many men, to show his
thought for his wife when out of her
sight, he entered a leading dry-goods
store for the purpose of buying a dress
1 pattern or some such suitable article.
Walking up one of the aisles he was
more than surprised to hear some one
in the dim distance loudly yell out
Naturally surprised, he looked in the
direction whence the voice came, sup
posing its owner to be a friend or ac
quaintance, and that Gotham’s proverb
ial looseness of habit permitted this
manner of salute. Still he could see no
one that he recognized. Wondering
more and more, astonishment grew to
boiling point, when, as if by a precon
certed signal, from all quarters of the
room came persistent cries of “Cash!
Cash! Cash!” This was more than the
Virginian chivalry, in the person of Mr.
-Cologne, could bear, and, a3 at that mo
ment a clerk, with a locomotive whistle
■Voice, standing right back of him, cap
ped the climax by shouting the name in
his very ear, he turned round and re
“Look here, young fellow, you folks
may think you’re having a lot of fun
with me, but if you use my name that
way again I’ll break your neck.”
It took the proprietor and six floor
walkers half an hour to convince him as
to the facts of the case, and that no harm
was meant. Meanwhile he carried on
in such a way that half the salesmen
went out and got big accident insurance
policies, good until the Virginia gentle
man was booked to leave town.—Rich
Romance and Reality.
Romantic Miss—Do you love me well
enough to do battle for me?
Ardent Suitor—Ay, against a thou
“Well. Mr. Bigfish is paying me a
good deal of attention. Would you fight
him for me?”
“Yes, I would.”
“Could you defeat him?”
“No, he’d probably thrash the life out
“Mercy! Well, never mind. I’ll take
you without any fighting; and, oh, do
please remember, my darling, promise
me on your honor, that if you ever see
Mr. Bigfish coming, you’ll run.”—N. Y.
No Imitations for Him.
A little North Side boy who was visit
ing a playmate the other evening was
1 invited to take a ride on the latter's
“I don’t want to ride on that thing,”
he said, somewhat scornfully. “It’s only
a wooden horse. When I get to be a man
I’m going to have one made of meat.”—
—Queen Elizabeth's prayer-book is
shown in the Tudor Exhibition in Lon
don. It is bound in enameled gold and
printed by A. Barker in 1574, and is one
of the chief wonders of the Tudor?
The Universities of Rnssla
The University of St. Petersburg
numbers 1,759 students, of whom 1.238
are members of the Orthodox religion,
21 Armenian Gregorians, 172 Catholics,
199 Lutherans or members of the Re
formed church, 3 Anglicans, 125 Jews, 8
Mussulmans, and 3 of other non-Chris
tian cults. Divided into their classes
■n society there are 1,135 either noble or
the sons of officials, 148 sons of notable
citizens or of merchants of the first
guild, 116 sons of clergymen of the
Orthodox church, 2S0 of citizens, mer
chants ot the second guild and indus
trials, 51 peasants, 8 Cossacks, and 21 of
foreign origin. Of the students 1,728
were educated in classical gymnasia, 5
in ancient seminaries, and 26 in other
educational establishments. The Uni
versity of Helsingfors has at the pres
ent time 1,735 students, among whom
are 17 women. Theso are divided into
the following faculties: One hundred
and eighty-nine theological students,
601 law, 138 medical, 408 philological,
and 399 natural sciences and mathe
“Don’t Glvo Up tho Ship!”
Don't surrender, although the fight be
long and bitter, and results thus far but
dismal failures. Old Dad Blood may yet be
conquered and disease driven from the
citadel of life. You have not used the proper
remedy, or long ago you would have felt a
change. You nave tried this and that, a
hundred bottles of this specific and fifty
bottles of that sarsaparilla, and feel you
might as well have used so much rain
water for all the good effect they had.
Why have you not tried B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm) made in Atlanta, Ga. 1 Be
cause it isn’t advertised so conspicuously
as other remedies? Well, that’s a poor
reason. The greatest humbugs can afford
the largest advertisements. As for B. B. B.
try it, and if six bottles don't do von more
good than all the other blood medicine vou
have ever taken, call It a humbug, a name
that has never yet been applied to it by any
Walter Bridges, Athens, Tenn., writes:
“For six years I had been afflicted with
running sores and an enlargement of the
bone in my leg. I tried every thing I
heard of without any permanent benefit
until Botanic Blood Balm wTas recom
mended to me. After using six bottles the
sores healed, and I am now in better health
than I have ever been. I send this testi
monial unsolicited, because I want others
to bo benefited.”
It may he all right to exempt editors
from jury duty, but it seems as if imagin
ative reporters were natural talesmen.—
Deafness Can’t Be Cured
by local applications, as they can not reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure Deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed Dearness is the result, and
tmless the inflammation cau be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that
we can not cure by taking'Hall’s Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
By a strange metamorphosis, the man
who wins in a half-mile dasli starts outafoot
and comes in ahead.—Elmira Gazette.
Confidence Begot of Success.
So successful has Dr. Pierce’s Golden
Medical Discovery proved in curingchronic
nasal catarrh, bronchial and throat dis
eases, that its manufacturers now sell it
through druggists under a positive guarantee
of its benefiting or curing in every case, if
given a fair trial, or money paid for it will
be refunded. Consumption (which is
scrofula of the lungs) if taken in time, is
also cured by this wonderful medicine.
For Constipation or Sick Headache, use
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets, Purely Vegetable. Qno
Every man has his particular bent, es
pecially after eating a prematurely pulled
This is often felt in every Joint and
muscle of the body by turns, by people
who, experiencing tho earliest twinges of
rheumatism, negfect to arrest the malady,
as they may easily do, with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, a professionally authen
ticated remedy for the agonizing complaint
Recollect that rheumatism unchecked often
lasts a lifetime, or abruptly terminates it
when the malady attacks the heart. The
Bitters also remedies chills and fever,
dyspepsia and liver complaint.
Os his return home the immature club
man lets himself in with a minor key.—
Ladies Haro Tried It.
A number of my lady customers have
tried “Mother’s Friend,” and would not be
without for many times its cost. They
recommend it to all who are to become
mothers. R A. Fatne, Druggist, Green
ville, Ala. Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlan
ta, Ga., for particulars. By all druggists.
From the large number of strikes about
the country it is easily to bo seen that
labor is at the bat,.—Rochester Post-Ex
What seems to a man inquisitiveness
often seems to a woman only a natural
desire for information—for instance:
when a vision of golden-haired loveliness
wants to know how her husband got that
long, coarse, brunette hair on tho left
shoulder of his overcoat—Somerville Jour
Dick Tcrpim, Jack Sheppard and Captain
Kidd were Englishmen, but tho palace-car
porter is generally an American.—Phila
Somebody estimates that it costs a fond
father between 84,000 and 85,000 to bring up
a girl—but, bless you! she's worth it when
she has been brought up right.—Somerville
The difference between the ticket-seller
and the man whose money is tested as he
goes into a show is that one pays the way
and the other weighs the pay.— Merchant
Some speakers prefer to talk in the open
air. It is the only way they can induce
people to hear them out.—Yonkers States
It is a sad reflection on human nature
that almost any crooked transaction can
be squared by a good round sum.—Baltimore
It takes staying out late and an angry
wife to make a man know how it feels to
be the corpse at an inquest.—Atchison
A billiard player never feels happier
than when he has “something on the
string. "—Lawrence American.
WnEK a man finds a buttom i a his salad
he will hardly take the excuse that it is 8
part of the dressing.—Romo Sentinel.
A mam generally finds little diffieuly in
getting half seas over when he makes free
use of the schooner.—Troy Press.
A Progressive Railway.
On April 27th the Ootton Belt Route la- j
augurated its now Fast Train Service be
tween Memphis and Fort Worth, leaving
Memphis 5:10 p. m.? and arriving in Fort
Worth the following afternoon. This
train and the Cotton Belt Waco train,
leaving Memphis in ihe morning, form
the only through-car routes between Mem
phis and Texas, and to familiarize the
public with the Only Line to the Southicest,
Round-trip Tickets will bo sold from
Memphis to Fort Worth, from May 7th to
May 28th, inclusive, good returning till
June 3d, at one fare for the ronnd trip,
thus affording every body an opportunity
to visit the great Texas Spring Palace
over the Great Texas Through Line.
And, in addition to the foregoing, Ex
cursion Tickets will be sold from Mem
phis to all points in Arkansas and Texas
on May 20tb, at one fare for the round
trip, good thirty days from date of sale,
with the privilege of stopping off as de
sired. For further information apply to
S. G. Warner, H. W. Morrison,
Southeastern Pass. Ag’t. Gen’! Ag’t.
W. G. Adams, Passenger Agent,
Nashville, ’J. inn.
— ■ ^ J M s ‘
The English capitalists arc gobbling up
all our industries; but out* female capital
ists arc gobbling up all tho poor English
nobles in return.—Light.
Mercury and Calomel.
Injudicious use of mercury in the form
of calomel or otherwise leaves very injuri
ous after effects. Much of the distress
that afflicts humanity is due to a too per
sistent use of this poison. The various
functions of the body become impaired by
its use and even the bones sometimes be
come affected, causing aches and a general
feeling of debility and distress. Any one
who has used calomel or mercury in any of
its forms, will do well to follow it up with
a use of Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla. This ex
cellent alterative counteracts the evil
effects of mercury and other mineral
poisons. It is composed of strictly vege
table ingredients, and there is nothing in
its composition that will harm the most
delicate. Good health invariably follows
its use.—Springfield Health Journal.
The things we think at night would bo of
great value next day if we could only re
member them.—Milwaukee Journal.
Hackett, Arkansas, Aug. 20,1SS7.
Dr. A. T. Shallenberger,
Rochester, Pa. Dear Sir:—I wish
vou to send me a bottle of your Antidote for
Malaria, which I sec advertised in the Meth
odist Advocate, Chattanooga, Tenn., and
which I can not get here. Fifteen years
ago my mother had third-day chills, and
after trying the doctors and other medi
cines without relief, a friend recommended
your Antidote; she tried it, and one dose
effected a permanent cure. Truly yours,
J. S. Edwards, Pastor M. E. Church.
With the Briton emotion is a matter of
cultivation. He always loves with his
whole ’art.—Philadelphia Press.
I nAVE been affected with a mercurial
headache and a heavy pain in my liver. 1
made use of different sarsaparillas without
success until I gave Bull’s Sarsaparilla a
trial, three bottles of which gave me re
lief. 1 take pleasure in recommending it as
being superior to other sarsaparillas.—T.
H. Owen, Louisville, Ky.
The conceit of some people is so strong
that they admire their mistakes because
they make them.
It You Want a Family Vehicle,
Buggy or Road Cart, one, tea or a car
load at cheaper prices than ever known,
write at once to W. S. Bruce & Co.,
Memphis, Tenn., and get prices, and large
Tis the next morning’s press notices
that#make many an actress critic-ally ill.—
Have no equal as a prompt and positive
cure for sick headache, biliousness, consti
pation, pain in the side, and all liver troub
les. Carter’s Little Liver Pills. Try them.
WnisKY is said to improve with age, but
some men never give it a chance.— Somer
Dit. Bull’s Worm Destroyers are not
new and untried. For thirty years they
have stood the test of usage, and their large
sale is due to merit only.
When a man is full it is a good time to
take his bust measure.—Binghamton
Sufferers from Coughs, Sore Throat,
etc., should try Brown's Bronchi'll Troches."
a simple but sure remedy. Sold only in
boxes. Price 25 cents.
Tnouc.n time flies it is the man who goes
slow who keeps up with it—Atchison
Pain in the Side nearly always comes from
a disordered liver and is promptly relieved by
Carter’s Little Liver Pills. Don’t forget this.
Tite man who tries to take things as they
come—the base-ball catcher.—Washington
Explosions of Coughing are stopped by
Hale’s Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike’s Toothache Drops Curein one minute.
Money talks except when it is “3hut
up” in a bad investment—Washington
The best cough medicine is Piso’s Cure
for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 2oc.
Tite self-made man has no prejudice
against the tailor-made girl.—N. O. Picay
We recommend “Tansill’s Punch” Cigar.
It i3 the diamond miner who is tho most
successful discoverer of strata gems.
of the present generation. It is for its
cure anil its attendants. Sick Head
ache, Constipation and Piles, that
have become so famous. They act
speedily and gently on he digestive
organs, giving them tone and vigor to
assimilate food. Xo griping or nausea.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
! And Horrors in the World's
History, giving a full account of
the Louisville (Ky.) Tornado
and others which have devas
tatedonr country. Embracing also Charleston and other
Earthquakes. Great Storms and Shipwrecks. Johnstown
Flood. Floods in Southern States, as well as those in
China. Holland and Japan, and other Notable Disaster®
caused by Wind. Storm and Volcanic Action, covering
the whole field of Disasters in the H story of the World.
A standard work o? historical reference.
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“AS BIG A FOOL AS THOMPSON’S COLT.”
Well, by George, I supposed every one’d heard tell of Thompson's colt
You see, it was like this : Thompson was an early settler, and owned a team
and one colt. He lived on the bank of some big stream—the Mississip I
reckon. Well, whenever that tarual colt of his’n was thirsty, instead of walk
ing down to the water and drinking, like a sensible critter -would, what did the
fool colt do but swim to the other side, wade out, shake himself, turn around,
walk down and—take a drink.”
Now, some folks are just like that colt, When they get bilious and consti.
pated, they just let it run on, until first thing they know they have to swim
through a long, tedious spell of sickness. A few doses of Dr. Pierce’s Golden
Medical Discovery, taken in time, would prevent all that. There is nothing
equal to it for Biliousness, Impure Blood, Scrofula, or even Consumption, which
is really nothing more nor less than Scrofula of the Lungs. The “Golden
Medical Discovery” ha3 cured thousands of cases of this most fatal of maladies.
But it must be taken before the disease is too far advanced in order to be effec
tive. If taken in time, and given a fair trial, it will cure, or money paid for it
will be refunded.
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Severe Coughs and kindred affections, it is an efficient remedy.
World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Manufacturers, No. 663
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
OP!FEHED for an Incurable case of
Catarrh in the Head b»
the proprietors of DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
SYMPTOMS OF CATAKStH—Headache, obstruction of nose, discharge*
falling into throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, at others, thick
tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody, putrid and offensive; eyes weak. rm*I
ing in ears, deafness; offensive breath; smell and taste impaired, and gen
eral debility. Only a few of these symptoms likely to t>e present at once.
Dr. Sage’s Remedy cures the worst cases. Only oO cents, bold by druggists, everywhere.
MEMPHIS. Term., Sept. 12th.
HAJigFIELB DRI O CO.i
oughly testing your “LOUISIANA
CREOLE HAIR RESTORER” in pre
venting hair from falling out it
gives me pleasure to state that I
have found it a complete success,
accomplishing all it proposes. I
have seen it frequently tried by
others with complete satisfac
tion. I think you have suc
ceeded in giving to the public
the most valuable preparation
for the hair ever originated.
ROLFE S. SAUNDERS,
Revenue Collector Eighth District, Tennessee.
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B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 1009 Main St., Richmond,
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