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IOTIIIKG D0I5U 15 LEKISLITIYE
CIRCLES.
The Tote la the Senate oa the Mmon
toa Amendment-The Masonic
Grand Ledge.
many doj aod nmi boraea nave
been bitten, bat it is not known boi
many. It baa been ascertained that
Mr. A. W. Dipt, a floor merchant,
waa the most severely bitten. There
mar be c there who have ben bitten
bat have m t reported yet.
MKMFiflS DAILY AFP EAlPf IIUKSDAY; FEBRUARY TTs SC.
FOUGHT WITH KID GLOVES
BATTLING BILL BETWEEN DE MP
SET ASU FOUaSTT.
rJSUSONALS.
' ' Israelii, to Til irrtiL.l
i Jiraiow, Miss., February 3. The
I cap tot waa deeerted to day, most of
; I the Legialatora having left this morn
's i ing lor Columbus, while tboae who did
-' no: go remained indoors on account
i ' of the weather. The remainder of the
. ' week promisee to be very dull. The
I ' Legit lit ore will meet on Saturday, but
. . It ia hardly likely that any busmen
, will be transacted before Monday,
when the law-maters will once more
' go to work in earnest.
llMmktMSask,
' The steamboat 0. K. Singleton,
which pliea between this place and
, . Cstbaze on Pearl river, sunk twelve
mil north of i uckaon about 10 o'clock
to-day in three feet of water, on a bar.
Her cargo consisting of flour and fer
tilisers, valued at $3000, is a total loss
and no insurance on either best or
(HO.
Death efa Well-known CltUrn.
Mr. John II. Allen died at the resi
dence of bis mother-in-law, Mrs. L. M.
McQeheo, in Madiiua coantv, on the
Slat ultimo, and wis bnried here yes-
i terday from the Methodist church.
1 The luneia' was co ad noted by the pas-
v tor, the Kev. Dr. O. G. Andrews, as
sisted hy the Kev. Dr. John Hunter
of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Allen
! was born and raised in this place, and
haa spent most of his life here. He
was a Jo jdk man ol exceptional moial
charaitsr, exemplary in bis conduct,
man of first-clasa business capacity,
of strict integrity, and Christian
gentleman.
The ( on I bo Nlnao-lon Amend
ment. Clarion, 2d: Aa will be seen by the
senate proceedings, that bodv, on yee
terdny, adopted the amendment olfured
, by Senator Hirnonton to the chaitw of
. the Kiusa City, Memphis and Cir-
mloghsm Railway Company, which
, prohibits it from locating its line
i within twelve miles of an air line from
, Holly Springs tt New Albany' from
, Hew Albany tn Tupelo, from Tupelo
to niton, and from iaiton to the Ala-
bama linn.
The f illowing Senators voted for the
ij amendment:
i Betlie,or, IUnford,
. Boyd, Hiiraaiian,
Burkitt, U,
i,arl'a . , jl'lU)B of Hindi,
Hamilton of Uolroea, Luae,
Morris, Owen,
' Pack wood, Btmontoa.
Walker.
1 The following Senator! voted against
s the amendment:
Food,
llrrnhaan,
Dillerd,
barter,
' 1'owol,
Booths,
v een,
Ouiir,
Lore,
Ko'l,
caiiin.
. The fallowina pairs were an
nonnced: Mr. Dod s, aye, with Mr.
Kemp, nay; Mr. Vertner, aye, witi
Mr. Houston, nay; Mr. 6ykee, uye,
with Mr. Yerger, nay; Mr. Whitney,
ye, with Mr. Ksynol Je, nay.
The lollowing protest was spread on
the jonrna's :
Mk. I'kksuiknt We protest agalntt
vqb n(inj.non ci iaa aiiieodmnut, be
caase ifcreates a monopoly iu fuvorof
one lailn a.l, nnd givt it an exi-hiHive
rijjhtto build in scope if country
twenty-fnur miles wide. Said amend
ment Is agalnat priucijile. precedent.
public policy and the ititerert cfthe
people, and In the interest cf a rail-
Kiw Orleans Picaimw. "Jneenh
Murphy aays that pirates are playing
Lis 'Kerry Gow.' Theee bad adore
on the high seize should be blown op
by torpedoee. '
Nw Ohlians Picayune; "Willism
Daly, while doing h.s high jumping
act in i aciiUm ai Montreal lft week,
injared himeeif iuternally. The show
immed.'at sly closed its engagement
and returned to fioiton. It was too
lntallHtuai to last.".
JspriaaoN Davis has given the
Building Committee of the Baptist
Church at Fairview, Kr., $1000 to pay
for his birth place. The committee
will dd the p'a -e to Mr. Davis, and
he will then deed it to the Bntint
Church aa a place for the perpetual
worship of God.
Mas. Julia Wabd Howi lavs: 'The
woman's suffrage causa ia advancing
moreianidly than anv one knowa. Wa
expect the right to vote at school elec
tions to be -allowed in every 8a'e
wauiii jf r or iwo. it is merely a
question tf time when woman shall
wield the ballot. That would be the
bett thing that could happen for fe
male laborers. The politicians wonld
then respect us thiough fear, if for co
other reason. and we would be as pow
erful as the men."
Mecskta by Lamar's decision in the
Bell telephone case waa eagerly sought
for in advance by fpeculatora, who
could have made fortunes if they bad
known of it in time to go short of the
stock. A lady clerk in the Interor
Department waa offered 15000 and
then $i0,000 by a representative of a
New York firm for a codv of tha da
cislon, which she Lai transcribed.
At the second offer she excuaad hr.
self moment and Hepped into the
Secretary' private office. When she
returned the Btcretarv accompanied
her, gave the speculator a very p ain
talk, and informed him ha wnnbl m
him just ten seconds to Itave the room.
Tut bandmaster of the flagship Lan
caster, who died cf yellow-fever re
cently t Rio de Janelio, hn l pre-
Bemimenroi nia aealD, so it la said,
uod when the ship waa ordered to
Houtb America he tried to get bi
discharge, declaring that it bad been
revi uled to him that if he went there
he would fill a victim to the disease.
The Lancaster l a I been in the harbor
ot Rio only a rhort time when he was
Twrnty-Sevea Rounds to Settle the
lontest-Fogart Eadlj
Fankued.
Nbw Y'obk, February 3. Since Jack
iempeeya retnrn I'om the West he
has been spoiling for a fight. After
ineuirg a numDer or challenges to all
pugihma ef note, an arrangement lit
wni'iiE waa iorm t ;v.
-ara ogaiiy el I'biladelphia. The
ukiii waa arranged lor laat night, and
was for $2500 a side, a purse cf $1000
ti be subscribed by f rty men, nach of
uum auuuiu coiirirjuie yjb lit the
pnvnege oi witnessing the bat'le. No
tice of the arrangements were given
to a relect few, and the full number of
witnesses garnered in bouse uptown
last night to witaesi the flibt. Demp
seywai the favorite in the betting at
tlOOtofSO. He waa known to be in
fine cond t on, having trained for the
oati.e it mewDurg, on the Hudson, in
company with Dave Campbell of
Portland. Ore. By the terms of the
match the men were ti weigh )60
ponnds tacb, and the winner was to
take the entire amom t at stake
$6000. Dempeey is twenty-three
years old, elands 5 fet 8J incheatall
and weighed 148 pounds. He wore
blue trunks. His e(ondg were A If
Powers and Dave Campbell. Fogarty
is twenty-ono years i Id. 6 feet 8 inches
tall and weighed 140 pounds. Uia
seconds were Ajtbur Chambeisand
uuijr cuwaruB.
I
iu j RHUriAns pkouat ui moo an 0-jjt to 4yrrad iu Mtmddkaumtour"
There is relief for you it has been found In v V VnvVv
.v ,t'"" "n eminnt lIHoi ha t ay upon Of lubjectt
vJTJT?. Uri' r.UfrtT- re.lt from tb. o Tnwlln. i, , rf Dac.. U
. rhMoutio eocidiuiia. .nd rhronw nftm from tliM Am.mm. mho lud Iwea IHm
Stfu Tl """" h, h "oolhl, uMm ha ctMB hat bw ml ullsucMr. It nalnrnd
Mrpranpuy. and w bow paaM ti. on drnuM period, vita Dot litU diatumforV I mold nWBttoa
otoahnlaDwo almilar ctoW, tut Uu. la a aaraabla oaaa." T F PBAZK&n
.rT A. A. MELLIEB, Sole PmpW
P. SAUSSEKTHALER,
Tlce-FTeaideut ;
C. EOEflLER,
See'j and Tre&a.
Estes, Boan Co.
ITboIesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
1& Union treet. Uemitliln. Tenn.
J0SEPU SUQiRMAN.
HENBY FRANK.
JOSEPH FADIB.
FADER, FRANK&CO.,
J. W. JKCHORR.
r resident i
fesnes
UABVrACTVKEaUl TUB CELEBRATED
Pilsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Only Pure CfarsUl Well Water Used, for Brewing Purposes.
S. XT. Corner Butler and Tennessee Ste,
MEMPHIS, TEXJi.
IF. T.BOWDRE.
BOWDBE.
COTTON PACTOES,
No. 207 Second Street, : JIYmphls, Tenif,
Cotton Factors AVitolesale Gioeer
2IU Front Sfrret. Opp. CiiRtom-HonH.
uken 111 and, being sent to the hopl
tsl on shore, died there. Kn f.r .
was known there waa no yellow-fever
in the city at the time, and th nnl
other rae on the Lancaster was that
of a comrade who kissed the band
master ai be was being taken ashore.
He, too, died.
tUE DOCTOR THAT
MOTEL.
I'URKC A
to id company,
ri.las.
R. O. BarnoMi,
U. 0. Ulilard,
J. B. Botht,
1 . II. Kimp,
r. M. lJnon.,
W, I. Houatun.
A.U
giving it exclusive
Hum l'owel,
W. jf, Uv.,
I1.J. (luilr,
K. A. bean,
Branham,
t H the amendment nuumed t bind
' eucceedlng Lfg siaturea we would have
omet1iin more to say about it.
IM.toald.
Uarion, 2d : The Hon. J. B. Mortao,
member of Congress for the Second
, Distrlcf, is thetiiuud Master of Ma
ions in MiMiHsippi, and will preside
ver the Uraud Lodge at its eix'y
eigbth annual session, to commence
in Jackson on Wednesday, the 10t!i
instant. The Masonic grand bodies,
wuicn wii. doiii meir annual nnesion
in this city next week, ure the Uraud
Ohipter on Monday and Tnetday, and
the Grand Lodge on WVneHday,
lhurlayand Fridny. The railroads
will give i lie usual mduction in ratef,
of which all iuterettad have been
totiiied.
Fatnl Nhootlnir AHray.
! Ciiicaoo, 111 , February 3. A fatnl
lioot ng alTray occurred inareetw.
rant on Bute street, ntar Harrison,
sho tly btfore 2 o'rl k this rrorning,
ThomaiLawreuce beingshotby James
Jametoa, proprietor of a ealoou at 84(1
Utatet treat. Jumseon had been drink
iug freely. With four friends he went
Into the reatsumat and orUored aup
per. Shortly afterwards he became
-.invoTOd li a qnarrel with Thomas
Davis, a co.orwd waiter. They ex
changed blowi and Ju ueson pulled
his revolver and fired ono shot at
Davis. Jiineacn wis pacllwl f r the
time, but still talking loiu'ly. when
Lawrence cnte ed a nloraent lii'er.
" Jame on Insulted Lawrence and
another fight ensued, in which Jam,
eou again drew bis pistil nnd rhot
Lawrence in mo stirtoaafu. Tne strug
gle continue! and the men fell down
.the ce)l8t aire. In the celhr Jams
ioj snapped his revolver Uice, bit
the cart-Wga failed to explode. 11
had placed the weapon to Lawrence's
bei d when it was wrenchtd f'om his
.raids. JumBsnn ran to liisown saloon
a f-w doom diant and locked hiin
ae f in. Sevprl policemen broke in
te d( or aid aerated him. Livrrence
waa lukrn to the couutv huepital
where the physicians pri.oaaced his
viund faiRl.
a
! Rabid Doga ! Knham.
1 raasoKc, Kas., Fsbrusry 3 This
rilv waa thrown in;o a s'a e i f xtitt
menl yrBlno'ay by rabid dog which
m!e lta snpcaMtice on ti e s'lut. It
paiduo at er.toi to anything (ir ny
one ex'p-, it cumedirecilv iu hie wav,
wheu he would inuned.at t y stinit
giv it ono soar and g i on. It b.t
aeieral niV The firj t :i nong tllem
" O r Fi r, a dry goods Cera. Ii
then hit a cnlrcd lo, iia-xt a little
pirl if Mrs. Drew was bttti-n. ttie dog
noWir etonpit g to pay any further at
li'iitiDil tiLis victim, thnu to ti)A3
them. h noxf. viciru Mr. M.
lI'Ae, pio iU of the itmr-mill!
f hu dog eppurtxj 1 intt n jed iu paa
him, t'ut. wtieu imined'n'y opponit
iim it. ie:xfd h!a l-g with it) teeth,
Uoi.rit.cg it rfflT. The report whs
jrtictly cir. u n ed. and witbin a half
:ionr npwu'd of twenty men, armed
sM'3 gau, e.-e in hot pursuit, and
Jim dug waa soon - overtu ten and dis
?it bed. It ij certain thet a grent
Mr. Louis Harrison, the wall t
actor, had been confined to his fcotel
in Chicago for six weeks nnder the
care of a "resident doctor." He es
caped death and tha phvsiclans, and
to celeb. nta his recovery he composed
ue lunuwiug pnrouy :
Thn dontor thnt live. In tha houna, lr-l,
llreathr nrnmi.s f collioa and (,,
A ho lil hi hand undo, yaur bliiUHa, tra In,
Ami lull yi.u n nmak aa a uiauaa. tra-la,
?.""'," ro salting nlnni virr ni,
(Whi'e ho' t-'inklnu of mlllD and (oa).
-nil ' " A U""LD wl"u 1 "iy wi,h a
8tcr clear of the dontor who euros a hotel.
Tra-I.-U- a-a. Tra-la-U-U-la,
lu auuUir who curea a hotel,
Thn ilnrtor that eiiraa a hotel, tra-la,
ill nllow you prencriptlem to nm.
You can ordur, If not fnelln well, tra-la,
Moriiliine fried or on the half-aSell, tra-la,
Ur ixiwdora ot Dorer'a Irmtioki,
Ur iiulnina in iillla or in ertoki
Andlhat'i what I mean when I ilgtls to
hard,
Steer oli-nr of lbs doctor who owns a crave
ard, Tra-la-la-la-ln, eto.,
The doctor who ounti a hotel.
ix TRi ni.sa.
The men did not ent fie ring nn-
all - n i i .i - . " . .
" vmnj uuur iuih morning, ro-
ga-iy waa tbe Hrst 1 1 enter the msgic
circie anu wafmpsey followed soon
after, and in a moment they bad
Biiaann nanus ana Degan lighting,
iu mo uret rojnii jempney longbt
verycautiously.hitting in the stfinacb,
while Fogany countered on the chin.
jvuring me second round DempKey
planted a terrido left-hander on Fo
garty a none, mnklng the blood spurt.
iu tun mira round uempsey almost
closed Fogaity's 1 fi eye. Fogarty
fought gamely, bnt hit short, while
Dempeey made every blow tell and
leave a mark.
In the fourth loond Dempeey almost
knocged his antagonist down with a
blow in the etorr n ih.
Fogarty then begai to show weak
ness, hut rallied in fine style after a
round or tw when every one thought
be was beaten.
Iu the eleventh ronnd Fnmirf
knocked oown by a blow on the jaw,
bnt he got np and fo jght again, al
though covered with blood.
In the sixteenth ronnd Fogirty
vwmicu i'oiuiDoy upon ins rata, but
.hu iuuo unrui, htij in ine next round
ci)m-jr uruio remarry d D0Se With
len-nanuer.
ogartykept growing weaker, bnt
P r i wBmy-seven rounds, and
even then Dempeey gont him lo the
floor nearly ineaini-ible, he got up on
his ht and trid to light, but his sec
onds threw np tie sponge and Dump
sey wa given the battle.
The time was 1 hour and 47 min
utes. Kid gloves were used.
A Hyirry.
How the human nyatera eror renoveri frnm
the ba t eSeoti ol the nau.-anui inediclnei
often literally poured Into It lor the lupiiotl
live relief of dyieisia, liver coini.lilnt.
ennatipation, rheumatiam and other nil
menta, la a myetery. Tha tulachlet done hy
bad inediclnei la icaroely leas than that
enat by d aeaae. If they who are wtak.
billona, dyapcptlo, oonatipaledorrhoum'lio,
would oftener be guided by the eiD.ri.n...
oi invalldi who have thoroughly teated lloa
Cotton Seed Meats
We will pay the Iliiheat Market Price to Caih for
IECOUTIATJKI COTXON SEliK,
And are prepared to put out, on farorahle Urma, at (ina and on plantation!, tha
and make oontraoU for all the prodoot, whereby the bulla will be left on the plantation,
ror Termi and Particular!, addraaa
l-i,WTITm III I I Kit CO.. 18 We.f f!onr St.. nomnhls
KELLY, ROPER & REILLT.
WHOLESALE
Grocers &. Cotton Factors,
JVo. .toa Hfwln Wlroot. wyowo Rlook.
E. WITZMAIOT ! Co
Wholesale Dealer) and Publishers.
Bola Areata for the iollowlng Flnt-Olass Inatrnmentai
Steinwav . SLa.a,1be
!A orrAwie oiiuak.
CO..
VIII
r A NKW T-OOTAVB PIANO FOR 19U.-m
Write for OKtuloi-M., Hip,,, aa and ggj? NF.fMtrVIe H Ti. fif fcWPIf in
liyeisrfiFmlrf&Bjcfc
JOHM BEID. . , R Bi hMm
E3. Xa3E53 c&? OO..
37G-378-380-3S2-38i-3iJtt econd street, south ot Gayoso.
DotjrSy.Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiliffjj, SifJing, Shingles,-
MoolallaaaT, lJllJa, Cantwr Pala aaaad flchclaa.
SUGGS i PET TIT
T7IIOLI-3ALE
ACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
gnnd 2Ca Front HU, MemvhU. Ton-.
GROCERS. COTTON F
R.L.COCHfll&Co
o
2 SS
MAW AMD PLAHIHCI-tULL, MAVT-TAKO.
Doors. Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lain ana Shingles, Flooring, failing and Cedar Posta.
J. T. FAROASON. J.
A. UUNT. C. C. UEIN. K. A.
PARKED. K. L. WOODSON
160 t 171 AdmuH Street, Slemphlfi, Teun..
gAVE ACCEPTED THE A0KJJCX FOR TUB CELEBRATED
Hanafaotared at IndUnapoIli, Ind., and are now prepared to fnrnlah eame at rrlca which
etterla Stomach Dlttere, they would In eforr M ""U' qUa11" of work' A1 "anufaturere of
ir?:? Cotton Presses, Ilorso Powers, Gin Gcariiur
'"Jh'I a the lain. thn. . thur- nim, ' VHVailUg,
The doctor who ourea a h-tel, tra la,
knuwa nothing nt all nfyour raae.
lie dreaaea and luoka hkeaawell, tra-la.
And he medlcinna raiaa merry b II. tra-lat
I'ndertnkera aalute hiln with grace.U
Thera a Jub la each atnile on hi. face.
And toat a why I (ing while wr voice and
ouiililf aa'e reined. d. riv.l frn. 1.1.
aourcoj, and poaae.alng, In oonaeiiunice of
ii.. 1 1 9 'i,,rl". proieriio a a me
dicinal ailuiulin t not to he found in the fUry
. ir .1 Z u r ""'nuiania oiien reaorted
.u. u.uiiimicu, ayapepue and languid.
Flah Pond
AND KVERY VAR1KTV HIT
PlanfatloB Work, Including OTerhaBllng A Repairing EngfiiM tacbiner
aaer- onur.K.l Mllili;. . KU.
Bottom
Pro.oaa to th.
u Ifiai,
Ualvkhtok, Tkx . FbruarT 3 A
special 1 1 the A't tea front Auitineaya
iuo iHrirHHL fiurn-nrpaifiino nnmi. ...
Can connect with my aolid eongeated right hy the Htate wer f form to the bottom
Tra-la-la-ia-U, etc.. ourinKtlie recent cold fpa.ll, tn.l 30.0tO
The doctor that curea a hotel.
HEWS IX JMIEF.
conoar, H. Y , Febriia'y 3. George
v iitirhouM, h boy fourtfen years of
e, waa bitun by a tioj in Latising
buiB. Fur Hie Dart wapk thai
K '.I..., . . . ...
rnunu oif!U. UI IIVU roptl DDIS. HIS
condition bHcnmealarminK and a phy
sician was called and administered all
tbe inedicinea usually iiid in euch
caaen, but to-night it was deemed ad
visable to smother hint.
P.ttabnrg, IV, February S. Oliver
Bro. A I'liillipa and Olivsr & Eooerts,
tho iron nunufacttirurs who failed a
year ago. and were granted itn exten
sion of three years, pild the flt in
stalluient of their iiulohtednees to-day.
The amount am $3(10,000, hi average
of $ 1000 for every every working day
since fie failure. The rnyrneut wu
mado without diapoatog of any real
estaU or peruununt aaeta of the
firm.
Pittsburg, I, February 3 The
order of the Pennsylvania liailroad
Company, in regard to the Employes'
Belief Associaton, went into effect
yesterday, and a large number of tha
emp oyee on me I'ltUbtirg division
sent in their consent. Nunrintnii.
ent Pitcairn said that he bill received
iuuu applicaUoni, and knew of
many more, making 75 per cent, of
the force who intended to becoxe
members.
iJallas, Tx, February 3. The
Unitod States muriihat closHd Fee
wns . ttm street dry goods and mer
chandise ei t ibliahiueut yosterdav un
der attachmi'nta isHiied ont tf the
United btatts District Clerk's t-llloe,
amounting to $10,000. It la said there
are o her attachments in prospect.
Fee Bros, were urcnng the htuviest
merchants of Dtllas. and their lmlilli.
ties are probably extensive, but neither
net nor ine:r asmjta have yet been
aioert lined. The creditors are princi
pally New York, Cincinnati, (Juicagj
aud St. Louis fl.tns.
young rarp were f rrcen 1 1 death. Tho
Siate will probab'y abandon the breed-
ing oi niti
COTTON FACTORS,
3Q4 Front Hi.. cir. Court. 9IcmiliiN, Tent:
mm a mm n iaum m m a .ruv m ; as at rm mr m m
i iii iiiEyowwiiiE MM UU)
ifliolesalo Grocers & Cotton Factors,
8 JFrmt Street, MesnpMa, Ton-
Cotton consigned t) us will have our cireful attention. We carry ntall times a well
selected stock: oL
Staple &. Fancy Grcccries, Wines, Liqur8joi)scf;ff & Cisan,
Ami will anil a. low at. tti l.wmi.
SLEDGE BEOS., of Como, Miss. F. H. NO It FLEET, IpMent Partner.
No.
COTTON FACTORS,
365 Trent Street ManmhlV TennM
HAIR
Intproati.aial lr AaaocLtloa.
Imi AKAP3US, Ikd , February 3.
About tanty delegates met here to
d iyto a tend the scond annual con
vention of the International Fair As-
tiation. Thev represent Canada and
t 'io S ii en of New York, Nebraska,
KariHae Michigan, MiMourl. Illinois,
o:i, lndirfha and Wi-consin. The
prKbident, Julius S. Walsh of 8u
Ltmif, delivered an n ldresa nrging the
uecase.ty 0f united action ot fair n so
ciMtons for mutual support and pro
tect, on, and commending the work
tt a- hna already been done. To-day's
siaeiPUB are devoted to the work of
'lf 'nidation, and to night a banqnirt
will be given the viaitore by the local
fair men.
For Toilet Use.
Aycr'a Ilair Vigor ko(ig tho lmirsoft
nnd pliant, iuipurt.i to it tho Iiwtro and
frcRlinoss of youth, cauacs It to grow
Jiixiiriantly, erodlcatos DandrulT, curei
all scalp ilix'Bjsea, nnd ia tho most cleanly
oi all lialr preparation!.
AVpR'i lr"ir VlRor ,1M B'ven nio
r I I O perfnrt Mallsfin'tiiiii. I waa
nearly i.nitt tor alx yeain, iliirmg which
tlmo 1 imed many hair preparations, hut
without. auceeaH. Indued, what litlln
nair i nan, wa growing tliinner, until
1 tried Ayera Hair Vignr. I lined two
bottles ol tlio V lir, and uiy head Isjiow
wen covoreil Willi a new growth of hair.
Jtidnon 11. Chapel, lVabody, Muaa.
that ha heeninn weak, irrav.
lllltl flfcttilll. Iimv liuvn tiur IiVm
and color restored to it hv the uao of
Ayer's Itnlr Vigor. ".Mv li'air was thin,
faded, and dry, and fell out in large
nuaiititiea. Aver's Hair Vigor stopped
tn falling, and restored niv hair to lta
original color. Aa a dressing for tho
nair, tins preparation lias uo equal.
Mary K. Uaiiuuoud, Stillwater, .Nliiin.
tf I P ft n vnntri. mill lunuav It. 1.
VlUUri, aiiHarnnee of tlio hair, may
on pn-serveii lor an iniii niiite perimt ly
tho uao of Ayer'a Hair Vigor. A dis
ease f tho scalp caused my lialr to hiv
eonin harsh and dry, and to fall oi.
freely. Nothing I triod seemed t'. ' i
any goon mini i coinmaneel rsin r
Ayer'a Hair Vigor. Three l.-ittlea .if
tins preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
ami pliant. My scalp is cnrcil, ami it
is also free from dnmlriilT. Mrs. E. It.
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,-
Sold 1) DrugBlaW and lVrfuruera.
mmm
Chickasaw Iromvorlis
JOHN E. RAN OLE & CO., I'KOPR'S,
08 Second St., Memphis. TV
FOUNDERS & MACUINiSTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
k iigln?H, Hoilens KatTinfllia,
Bradford Corn aud Wheal MUIr,
Cotton Irew, Cotton tljiu.,
Shaflinir, Pulley i
HPLCIAI. JoriCR-W. are rrf pared to till order,
nn an... notioe, for th oele. rated naaxlHS-i f talent
Wronttl.i Cull. We earrr in stoek orer
Two Unndred Aaiortert Mv a.
sar8.nd for Cataloiriie and Prlffe-Hat.
JN0. B.T00F.
I. L. MoOOWAH.
J. B. MoTIUHK.
W. . PATIE30N
toof, nu & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
No.
And Dealer In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
274 Front Street .Mnmhin, Tti-rsv-
BEIMIEY LUMBER COMPANY
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LCMBEK,
Doors, Emtxm'kx aud Z311xa.cla.
GEO. BAYMILLER. Aeent, 124 JelToraon Street
PrnracT safrtv, prompt action, aud
wonderful rurntivo properties, easily
place Ayer'a Tills nt tha head o! thn list
oi' popular remedies for Hick and Nerv
tins Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
menta originating in a disordered Liver.
I have leen a preat auffenr from
Headache, and Ayer'a Catliartia l'illa
are the only medicine that has ever
Riren me relief. Ono dose of tin se l'illa
will (piickly move my IhiwoIs, and free
my head from pain. William L. Pago,
a.
Pills.
rrepared by Ur. ,t. C. A yar Co., Lowell, Man.
Hold bj all Irealera In UeOlclne.
W. F, TAYLOR & 00.
: Cotton Factors & Commission Klerch'ts,
DILLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FA0T01
IO Cash Advanoew to Weroltaiitai anil Planter.
B8INLT LAND SIDE CUTTER PLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS & FERTILIZERS.
R.G.CRAIG&CO,37-39Union, lemphis
' MOTES!
detf-WUl pay Good Prices for MOTES. GIN FALLS and
TIIA81IY COITO-X of all descrlndons. Ktud for rirrul
and Prices Paid.
7a vance Street. Memphis, Tenn.
I. H, MOVER & CO.
ltichuiuud
Ayer's
i:leciiox Koricr
THR annus) weetlnr of the atoeli holders
of th. Mtmi'liia Oa Light Company oilt
bit held at the office of tha -raanr. No. 58
mainaon at-fet, .Memnhia, Trno.. Mnndai'.
Mareh 1. IHUi, tn ele.'t Tn (7) Dirertors to
serve ine romptny durlne the eatniDf year.
tlection from 111 a m. to 1 n.m,
JUSKi'U CH.Ui, SeortUry.
No. 3U Front Street, Corner ol Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal A4TaaarM Maaala oaa t'oiaalsrtiuieaalau
NirOLEON KILL, FmldenU
11. J.
W.N.WILKERsOS.Tice-PresIdenl.
L, Cashlei.
Iftqli. if Fire & Gen'l te. Co.
BOSS A OENKBaM. FIR ABO MARIHE BFtilXESS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
, FURSTKXHKrM. WM. I
6. MAN8HELD,
DinBOTOnBl '
CliLK. JAVK3 BEILLT,
D. K. MI Kiwi. W. D,
jons LOAQCS,
EKliitLL.
OI11ce--lf HatlUon Street, Memphis, Tenn
Her and flaiiii ii
MAWUt AUIUKKlUJ OF
Doom, Sash. Itllndi, Mouldings, all kinds of Door and
Wludaw Fraiucti, Urakctis McroIl.Work, lloiiKh and
Drensed Lumber, Shingles Ltb, Water Tank.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nog. 1S7 to 173 Washington St. Memphis. Tann.
L. D. MCLLIN3. of late J. R. Godwin A- Co. JA8. Y0N0K, late ol J. W. Caldwell k Co
MULLIKS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Com mission erchants
No. 1 Howard's Eow, Cor. Front and Union, empMs.
uU T,iwWi) m -wituooo. l auu iwrriuir trarta 1. as UlfOfrnt I1IS
u referred to tho Committee on Ap-1 iojarips will prote IatJ. Kd Sadler
propriationr. and Nellie Galyin were leTerely bat
wr with ce beDe6t. Crao aiaasLr n
thr nonths, anil sinoe then fcendreda of
others br ana prooeas. A laln. simple and
snooMUful home treatmeat. ddreM X. B.
tTiTttaaawortn. The eonditlona for whiok
the aboTeaoie weretrlTeaaot beiDt
Eli.d with, I retnae to par theaa, and bera
,,lra .ao.toU.t.tlU
t'ottou J. actors & Commission Jllercliaiits
RemoTed to 331 Front BU Cor. Union, Kemphis, Toon.
admi"iitraTor of the eeUUa of said fiaaad .i .
Br Loals Kettmann, Depotr Clerk.
Poatoa - foetoa. .ttoraers.

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