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THE MEMPHIS APPEAXt TUESDAY, APRIL, t). 1889.
i THB SAVANNAH FIB1. A Statement ot the Heavieat Loeeee Bua talnea 4700,000 the Total Satahkah, 0 a,, April 8. Tbo following In a fair statement of the hfayiwt low by the tire of Saturday night : Bronghton Btret-D. nogan, building, $15,000; atock, tAOOO. . John A. Douglaaa A Co., building, U,000; itock, $30,000. Mil Una A Co-buildinx. 13.000; stock, $7,500. M. Sternberg, building, $3,000; itock, $15,000. J. D. Weed, building, $7,500. L T. Cohen, atock, $15,000. Undsoy 4 Morgan, building, $12,000; stock, $10,00. Hurnard Rtroot Co-operntive store, stock, $4ti,00. Furniture store, stock, M.!W0. 8la( Street Odd Follows Hull, building, $35,000. rarere" Estnto, building. $7,(nO, stock, $1.0 K). 11. Hiivm, tliree holmes, $7,6JO-, stock, $l,5nt. Hclilcy Kslote, one hnnso, $d,0ui); stock, $1,000. Lovell'l building, $7.00; lm, 1,W0. Whitukcr Kln-et A. iliinloy, builditnr, $15,000; atock, $3,000. Clark A VanWl, build ing, nothing: stock, $15,000. (liiarils' Armory. biHlding, $,t00; stork, $10,000. K. D. Walker, building. $10,000; stock, $000. York Htiv-tF. lluiiiU-rson (various par-tir-sl, building, $U,U; alock, $I,M. Hull tUn-el lndi'iKMidcnt I'rosliyterian Church, building, $liS,000; orimn, Ho.. $10, Ooo. Church lecture room, building, $30,000; etook, $ooo. Hull Mtr,ot Capt. Jidin Flanncry, bulld- I.,.. Clnilio sl.uk ftl.isill. In niiinit tmndirrs the estlmnlo of the actual iIuiuok la in the neighborhood of $700,1100, Tk Ureal llmal awamp, Of Virginia, is one normou qtinjfmire of dwaved vc'tation, a reon ol loom and liao utioiu but not more ao tlmn tno nu tnun system when him kod up by ducnyo.l animal tnattfr, which polaoni the blood and brings gloom to an oihvrwimi happy houwhold. lr. I'iprce'e rieaaunt I'ntva liva TolluU remove all waste matter and give nature chance to build up. A lall Wreck the at. D. nu.TiMoa, Mil., April . A spcclul from Vet Point, Vb., an)': A fatal wreck oo rurrcd on the York Hirer branch of the liirliinor.il it Danvlllo Ilnilroad, about two tulles above this place, about 0 o'clock fiilimluy night The heavy ruins of Kuturdiiv wasliod out a culvert. and a part of the diiui between the tank tmnd and the river and an engine and aevun frclulit ears nluniml Into the washout. Tvu nu'ii. colored bnikt-iimu and a II reman. a vuiiiiif man nutned Durvin, were buried under the curs and killed. The body of the fireman bus Im--ii irolti-ii out, but the colored tnnu Ims not vet liei'ii fniinil. The cnuinoer, tiame.l l.voi a. wiui terribly scalded, but man1 agi il to crawl out. ftle4 ( Teat. AllfM'k's Porous I'lastm have ilceesnfully sIihmI I Ik tout of over llnrty years umi by I lie public; llielr vlrtlli-s Imva never been equalled by (lie iinxTiipiiloiis luillatopt who hare mhiIiI to trade iiihiii the repiltnlloil of A HrorV by milking planter Willi hole in tliem, and i (.-liming lliein to he "Just as good aa Allcmk'a." A Hi rick s Porous plaler Bland tinliiy in dorwil by hot only llin highest innliral ail-tliorifli-s, but by liiillliinsof grateful pnlieuta who liavw proved their etlltarj aa a Iki use bold remedy. ln1 lleraeir etlih (ioads. Srw York, April H Mrs. Annie Tarkt, n lnsiertnrc on Hurveyor Ib-allio'e forre, inlay wlseil fmiu Mrs. Itavlt, a enger on Ilia stcamrr Adriatic, from l.lerMMl, about tliree pounda of woolm yum, wbli h abe bail iiiiliii inlo one of her ietticHils; tbirtreu )rl of iln-M gomls seweil Into anollier, and alMiut twenty yard of Hiinm-la, w li it li find been wrned around her lilt le daughter. Mrs. ftavis I a resilient of Min nesota, and con (ikmhI to having sniiimiled poo-Is in this niannrr l (ore. The goo.l were sent to the seisure-nioin. LAW AND ORDER DEFIED. aMaBBBBSBSaMHaaa THAT WILD, WEIRD EXCURSION TO JACKSON, TENN., SUNDAY. Crowded Like Sardines, Flgnta, Wran- glee, Hoodlumlatlo Freaks, Aooldents, Pulled by Police, and Varloua Otber Stirring Featurea. V.vtiisir of the worth of Pe-rn-na dally rccumuliiti'N K. H. tlomly, of Million, , writes: "I have tieen t nuiidi-l with (ienernl Jvbiliiy and Iypcl4 for year. I trlil IV-ni na. It briti it) me up and gave me the energy of ymiili." The karae 14 e Aalrin. '" AVu Siitom, S. L, April 8.-.The atcam tug Alexander Jones, which left here hatur day lait with the dismantled (ierman bark Albutnn In tow for Norfolk, returned this nmrnlng. The Captain report that at t) u'cli k on the 7lh lnt., when thirty mllea liort In n-1 ot Fr)ing I'nit linhlhlp, the linti cr I'srted and the nrk Wi lit eilrid In the it tie. 't here were sit men on the tiaik, which Vs wltln.nl hints, sails nr bullsst, and It la li'srv.l tltey liav eriiibei. Excursioulsls returning from the Jackson trip Hiinilny report a lively timo. Whim the train pulled out of Memphis It was. discovered that the railroad bad . not provided aiulllclent numbor of cars for the passengers who had purchaied tlckot and desired to go and a large number were lull. Those who hail secured seat wuro crowded In upon and almost suffocated by others who had to and up, and the Jostling was qulto distressing. On thoway out two men fell ofTat the Junc tion and had to foot It buck. All along the route frenh recruits were taken aboard at every station, and the additional car picked up along the way did not furnish accommo dation for half of them. They were crowded in pell ini-11 and Jumbled together lit abso lute confusion. On tho way over, the bur In one of the car was well putronlted with the usual mollis. Arrived nt Jackson two of the more bibulouxly Inclined who were more toiisplcuous than the rest were run in by the jiolice. They w-nt to the talion house ami promised to secure the lib erlvof their friunds ul all hazard, and while attempting to convince the authorities thut their wishes shoulil l complied wiui, iruc turi'd one of the prime featurea of Imnl mu nicipal regulations, and were locked up. Upon being murciimi two oi inn iiiuinev were found to he carrying pistols, and Uiry were lis kcil up tighter tlmn ever. I lie town was at tlio ilisnosal ol mo ri enniloiiUl. Kverv siihion and hotel reei-ived such of tlie numlier aa desinnl to enter and a gay time was had. The hoodlum was there numerous v. ami lie man tne wmaiu nun As one cillMn expressed it: i n iiihiuiiiiiis were a hiMidlumlng and trying to out hoodie eiu h other from the time they left till they csina hack.'1 To mules and a row were killed during tho trio. When tho accident uccurre'l crowd got olf and ran In front to see what was the matter and the train pulled out and left them. Two negroes had a flulit on the tilatform at Jackson, which they carried Inlo the car and out on the platform again. They llnulh fell oil' I he nhiiliirtii to the irrnund and hail a regular dog and coon set to in the sand, which llmillv wound lilt by one of the com bslanl pulling out hi kiilte and carving the oilier one s arm severely. Win n the hoy were embarkint; a negro rushed up against a while man. The while man reprimanded him and the negro "cuvsil bock." The white man pulled hi pistol and lired at the negro, but missed lilin. All olllcnr grabbed iho shooter and, finding it was his own brother, slipied the pislol away from him and hint lei I him Inlo tho car. When the train wassiieedlng along rapidly anil the IoiikIis hail grow n mellow tnnu ire ipieut moistenings, a big, bnrlv negro wllh a long linen duster auibli nlv dlscovereit mat Ills side partner was lost, lie crowded him self through the Jammed aisle of the cur, with oaths and loud talking demanding to know where his partner wu. He Dually pot through Ihe car and nut on the platform. Whether he found hi lost pnrlner and was III eeslucic over it, or wheiher he was re lieving himself of a long ronp-sted case of pure cussednesK, i not recorded. Ho, how ever, took hold nf the guard and swung himself back and forth several times, until llimlly, going too far, his grip loosened and he fell out J nsl as tho Iruln was going over a high embankment, was hurled violently down to tho ground and was soon a com- INiund of lce gum hut. linen duster and shoes In Ihe distance. A neiiro wa shot In the arm during the entertainment and hU water ImiiiIi-s llesr furiously awhlla tbrouidi the windows to the alarm wl all, and especially tho lady pas senger. On ihe wav back, the run being made In tho night, tho hoodlums were ill their glory. They put eut the luihta in one car, and when anyone attempted lu pss through to reach tho suloon cur, his pockcta were nlhd of their content. One geiitlemaii was seeu with his Minti cut ly some of Iho gang. He hud r1"1 in bis m ket, but they slriu k too low, and cut his lle-h iM-foro reselling It. It was a very saturnalial The railnsvl eoinpnny I much ceiisunl for not furnish- 1 1( mine anipia laeuilies, ami ior selling iiirls along the lino alter llm trains were iiven-rowdeiU Financially His eieursloii I add to have been a sin-cess. THB -HATFlELD-MoCOY FBUD. Kllleon Hatfield Makes a Confession as to the Part He Took In the Murders. WuitaLi'wo, W. Va., April 8.-ElI!on Hat field, one of the participant In the Uat-CuiId-McCoy feud, who i confined In the Pike County, Ky., Jull, has mado a eonfes- tlon to 8tU-i Attorney Lee T-crguson. "1 was present," be auld, "and participated In the murder of tne three McCoy brothers, Tulbert, Farley end Randolph. The three brother were taken from the achoolhouse In Logan County, W. Vs., whor thoy bad been guarded for a duy and a night, and brought over tho Tug Uiver, which separates West Virginia and Kentucky. About fifty eet from the river Curpenter tlod them to a lawpuw hunli and bung a lunicrn ovor vuuir LeiiiU. Ansa llutlleld then suid 10 them: "Hoys, if you have any peace to make with roiir Maker you una uciicr mason. mi icrt and lUndolph begun praying, but Fur- ley did not. However, before the boys hud time to finish their prayers John Hiitlleld shut Farley dead. Ansa men gave the order to nro, aim umi a be gave the word, killing Tall-rt and n emptying the content of hi revolver ;o tho (load body. Alex. Musner fired und killed ltandolph Mul'oy. The other fol lowed suit, and all tho bodies were riddled wllh bullet. After the boy were killed Wall llutlleld administered an oath to all of us blnilinir us to take the life of the first who divulged Ihe namo of nny who wero along." Lupt. Iliittlein sum tnai lie anil mm n ui lacoshot Jelf McCoy ofb-r he hud escaped from them. The prisoner also gave tho par ticulars of tho brutal murder of Alifcraainl Alvln McCoy. In which ho tiaik part Nino r the llutlleld fuctio:i. on s Hunday niirlit in January, 1KXH, crossi-d the rlvor into ru-n-tnek under command of Jim Vanrc. They surrounded the McCoy honiesleail, bred the house and killed tho girl a sue auemmeu to extinguish tho flames, dipt, and John Hatfield both claimed thut they killed Cal vin McCoy, and bragged about It. fcltlZti WINNCUH. In the Meiloan Publlo Charity Lottery, From lb Two llciiMii.t'llrn( Meilrn, Man. It 21 $.10,000 L'xiricn Statu CfauaHry. Mimro. Manh lt. HS-.I. Tli a nnilersigned rertillca that hi held for collection, for ai-coiml o New Orlouna Nalionul It.ink. of New Orleans. I-., mid ?urer ol ticket No. ST.XM, CU.s II, lit the xil. na do la IWinollceucia I'uhhca, w Inch drew llm drat capital pn- w thirty tlimis and dollar, on Sunday, March it), Iss.l, and that the amount was promptly tsanl in l ulled hUU rum-acy on preoeiitalioti of Iho ticket al the oiliest ol I lie c in.ny. J. M. hi.iiu nr, Agent Well, Fargo k Co. f IO.OoU Mbw i.-o. March 1?, Tlio ori'lersitiii-d hereby n rtilles thai ah was the holder ol one oii.irti-r tickc No. 4..1I4. t la-a It. In the Imlerla ile la 1'kiii In i-nHn I'lililica. which dn-w tl second capital pn nl ten thousand In the drawing of Mind.iy, Manh 101 h, I '.. and that tlio amount waa prouiidlv tutnl on prem-iiluliou of llm ticket at llm ollu-o uf the couijMtiy. Ngmil. Mast RiA t'loata, ('al'.cj'i.i do la CuU ris, 5. i uit tmr tsklahoata, Tim Kit nma City, Fort hcolt A Memjdi HiiiIph I Inrtii Iho direct mute Irmu Memphis to the I Iklahoma coiinlry. The land oiliiv will Ih I.hhIc I in Viuthi-ra hulls and aci-csKible to thia line. Tho route via Kansas (,'ilyor I'lirrrytalc, Kas. Is the brnt wav to n m il llu-n. I or mups. rate ami lurtuulai cull al '.IV Main tiei-L II. P. Ill l, (ii in r.il Agent s Int. Itvis Miirt a siN-cialty. f'inii eiiiial to new. Memphis Menui lundrv VM ri-coud sln-iL l'-iuucli vllno. ul ila.lm.jU slr-.-rt Mprlns aile llm. Tbehiti-atatyh-ain light colon d TVrbA all colors, young cent, liohhv r-ilk l'ro ami IS-rliy II. its, M. ts..n linn Kid and lvthy lUl in all colors, bovs' nn I t lul- n n s t i uli l lo'U and Mrnw lluta. gi-nts ( inli I lata in a'l colors, thajx. and grade, (nun 7"- lo $1. M tuns I ours,?ll Main at.. Tim only praclicul Mcmphia 1 1 utter, under ibilly a Hotel. asieelal. Our Mr. If. K Clarke and AlU-rt Innn arrmd on Iho Klh with a car om of tine (od-ti-rs and Nnldlers, selei b--l with great earn In Keiittnky and Middle li nm ssix-, t-specliilly fortius niatket liiiyers are Invited to rait and ao llu in at our barn, corner Thiid and l uion. lit roni) A Co. Ilswe. litwn sprinklers. J. A. Haiht A Co., 31A Heisind, corner I'nioiu Two gn-al eni nib's Hood's HnrsnpariUa and impure IiIimhI. Theiaiterl u.lcrly di louU-il by th i-ecullar medicine. TUB ClilCAOO LKCTION NOT LEGAL, A Scarecrow Thai Mlhi Amount to Komathlna Afier All. Chicaoo, April. The Miliiician of th rily wrie astonished this afternoon by lb aunouncrnielit that It had been discovered lhal th rvient election in this city wa II b gnl, and that it was ill the siwrr of any rllisen tooverthMW It. This stale of attain grows out of a decision rrndcn-tl by the Hit- prem Court nf the Hlale sine the election was held. This derision wa to th efiis l that lb town of llrighton I'srk and nlher Mirllou of the township uf Clt ero had been liy a Vote of the snplo nn November 17, ss7, i-gally auneteil to the township of Son Ih and West Chicago. Previous lo lh stinetsHon, the toWnshl nf Hoiith and West Clding-i were entirely Included olililti the limlls nf Ihe city of CIiIiukh. While Ihe derision of Ihe court annried the new territory lo Iho townships. It did not ni- rriilo t i in ike it a purl of the r(iy, the honor to rtlcnd the limlls of whlihrrsl lilt the City l otini II. I herein lies all th trouble. The general law of Ibat hi tie pro Vlili-s that whervver all of a tow n-blp lies Ithlnlhe I, mils of Ihe city, Ihe city cler II. in shall Ik- held on Ihe llrst 1 iicduv slier lh lint Moiid.iv in April, and thnl whererrrlbe l.. n-Mii Is not all Inelit.b .1 within Ihe city Pious the rliTlloii shsll be held on the th.rd Tu.-d iv In April, l int Ihe ibs is-loii of Ihe hnpri me Court, the city ol I lib s-o d.s s iml eiiiin-lr rover Ihe loa n ships o( Niiilli and W i st l 'I,!, ,iii, and th. n f.ue Ihe ele. lion, Insimd nf bring hrld nn the br-l Tins biy in April, ns It sins, should have hern In Id nil Hie ihird flirsduv. Mnre- n)er the law rr,.u r.s that loeiily divs1 iiotn-e of u rli-rlion shall lie cn. n, and ss the lime sis loo short belai-en this dale nn I Ihe third 1 it .liy in Aprd fr h'l'il liuliie. it m i Sis iiiii ii-iii.ilde wlu iher lb nil-late i.inla-ie liii. -.1 I-v a new el-i tl..n en that il.de. .e II. I s of sias iiliiiliiu are oh-ii,-, as to Ihe isissd'iliiy ol r 1 islng the x-nliel of Ihe -ople in the r, . ml siili.-.t"laiid slide. win ll the Hi puh In uns er ilcfe iU' l by the (li'liiis lats by d.i isive ninj.n Hies. It I claimed if tl.e piesrul IIi iiiI.ii an a-lmln Istrullnn Is willing to luvolie Ilia law It run hold over sii-l present ihe nealy elected IVm ormis from I. .Ling their m sis. It is l. lli.il Mtiy.r llmlm bus coiisidtrd Ihe rororntinti counsel In rs irsrd lo Ihe mailer, but It ran Iml be lenrm .1 I l.ul nny d s i.ioti a to what at lion shall be lul i has hi-, n rea bed. I.sra ruiiaina rleanesl and lestillfiillv f tilshed al Memphis Meant Ijunnlry, '.'.'I fcetsjuj aUvl, lit ouch b I lice 31 Madiaou, AaslHsl Ssaar Hllilary lirita. Clin (imi, III., April a At tho regular weikly meeting of the Mrlli.Hlist minlsler of this ity lis morning the I lev. J. Fnsle n-sd a resolution snps.rlliig the movement for Ihe ills, onilnuiiin o of hunday military parades, iis4H-iiia n. other unnecessary lslir In the army. 1 1 w to be "nt to the Pu s..!, ni. Inn Mr. Foster bs l II addressed to bis l.Melb m y. W. II. Harrison." Alb revision as lo tb.s iiolnL where It wsl a-1 dri-s-el ,i the living Prrddeni, Instrad of hi grsudUthi-r, Ihe n-oliiliml aa passed. A not fmiu Pi-stnostrr lieesl vanamker la n-ad. In II b tl.snkrinhe ministers for th rrsoliitlotii ishli b tin T passed lost Men day. wherein they euninisn.led hi prohibi tion stniul, inil'lii ly I. ken in a speech before the Hiind ijr x boo nf m Uiany l imrxli, Phil- auuipuio, wu tu Uuy pravtuus. People Wonder WIIEN they find how rapidly heutih la restored by taking Ayer's Hr saparllla. The reason I that this preparation contain only the purest and moat powerful alterative and tonics. To thousands yearly It prove a veritable elixir of llfn. Mr. Jo. Lake, Jlrockwav Centre. Mich., writes: "Liver complaint and Indigestion made my lifts a burden and came near ending my existence. For more than four years 1 suffered tin told agony. I wa reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly bud atrength to drag myself elmiit. All kinds of f.Hl distressed me, and only tho most ileli. rate con Id be digested at all. Wlibin th time mentioned several phjrsl.'lsn treated in without giving relief, hutlw ing that I took seemed to do any er limiirnt K'hnI iiulll I began the use nf Aynr'e Hnrsiiparilla, which has pro. dm-ed wondnrlul ruaulu. Rimiii alter commencing to taks lha Haisuparilla I could aue au Improvement In my condition, my apM.lita Wan to return and wllh it came the ability to digest all the food taken, my sireinrtli Improved each day, and after a few mouth of falthliil attention lo your directions, I found myself a well woman, aide to al lend tu all household duties. The mullein ha given m a iw lease of life, aud I cannot thank ou too much." We, the nnderslpnel, rltlren nf Ttrnckway Centre, Ml. h., hereby certify that th above slatenienl, made by Mra. Luke, la true iu every mrli. ulur and emit led to lull credence." . I'. Chamberlain, (I. W. Waring, C, A. Veils. Iirugglst. "My brother. In England, waa, firr a long time, unal.ls lo aliend to bis on-u pallon, by ei.n nl wire on bis foot, 1 elit lilin Ayer' Almanar and the te. tlnmnlaU It ronUtned induced lilin lo try Aver' Hanuiiwrllla. After using It a, lllilo while, h waa cured, aud la now a well man, wihhiuk t llrlsbane, yueelisliiiid. Aiisliallri." A. Attuwell, bhruliot Lake, Uutario. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, raaraasD bt Dr. J. C Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass, rrlotlli slibvUM.II. Vur1kloill DCS.BETIS & BETTS 810 Main Rt., Mi-mphla. VVsxsiasiTsi rs':'.'1iK- 4 . . . . " I - , ' m es. . . V,, f, vf jf T ., . .s v vt ': :.:y. asjjLiai'''" NERVOUS ES CANGBR-SKIN SWUT'S SPECITIC has cured thousands of this fearful disease, many of them after all other remedies had failed and the case was regarded hopeless. It seems to cure by forcing out tho poison through the Cancer. The World Ought to Know It. Tho world oouUt to know what 8.8.S.UU dun for m In the car of a nisllcnsiit Cancer, which wa ao bad as to be eossldered Incruvbla by th physic inns In CbleiK, whero I went to b treated. Th hospital lurcoon gave mo op, saying they could ao Bothiog tor m. One of my Deljhbors lent tt a copy of an advertisement cat from a paper la regard to Swift' PiMclflc, and I began taklnj It. I got relief from the rt fow dusesj th poison wa grnd- Bally forced out of my systam, and I ws soon cured found and well. It Is now ten months tinea I quit tokinf 8. 8. 8. and I hav bid no alga of return of Mia dreadful disease. Mas. AH EornwEU, An Bsblo, illch., Doc. 29, "88. If y fktrwr hd for year in esttng cancer on bt nndtr Up, which lud bum unuluully (rruwlng won until 11 find eotun wuy his under Up dos u lo th rims, nd wa feeding Itself on tli tustd of hi cheek, end th (urgton said horrible death ws cion to eome, Wo fisve him nine bottle ot bwlft s bpuiia, aud h hu bssa uUnly cured. BouutEuton,lfaaa. W.B.Urnaor. Pwlft's Bpetlflo has cured my cancer, which was very bid. I am now In tno noalih tisver Ix-tU r. llav cslned 95 mumls since I began Uknx Hwift's bpsclile. H. b. iluu roan, 1'nitoovUle, Toan. A young msn near this town bad an eating canoer m Ins fixe, wldrh Uad dostniyed his nose and wsa eating towards Ms yi. A a last resort I put him on Swift' HnocUlc, and It has cured him entirely sound aod well. at. If. Cucauir, UM. Oglvthorp, Ua, I HVtl lh Oil URINARY ViVi I.IIIlT Snarsisk-frtMss. s asl Ijmms. biaiit g.iilai,ri I ess nf Vital rnwrrs, SUrp..ssS4-sa, lnsi nudeiM-r, I is, ,4 MeoterT. t ottfiii. of 1-liNis. l-tti.l. l.mnitaesa , iNipresalisa nf Startia, Avi-r-lon le h'Mf. -ssllf l-lai-onraa-el, lt.1 nl nnn-knre. pull, I I'tiass. I nut lor em. is i-i inniiirM. an. Anita lie a kilMrn. S,rL..V. I'l-ItU A.NKN I I.T n. 1-klVAlrl.Y) I II II BLOOD AND SKIN 1ti( un ol mfrciinr. hmftiv I rylptM, t9t r, it '!, i inpi, ii.fr, mii. in in l-sl m- Ifcwt), l-M hiiUt' Kir 1hrjiL M.mhH ml lirft.. rtf.r,h, itr , yw K M A.Mt.N 1 Ll )l"Hi4 H A V F K Kl. l k. li tfUlDf I ris f rtvpieft,, 4f rrinaiitti i una blch rstorr nr wiui mill keMInituil on -Uintlim. Uot,fth tiirt, i vctiiK ft.. t-nwtUr vad mhlf cuml T3 YOUSQ IU iliD UIDDLE AGED KEH. & Qimp rnnv th ! c4 erpanle weai'- nstrof Is a tnla.1 sn1 Isjily, all II iirssniui nit, iraunllt rnnsi. no nsv i ru by Ini. proper lauulrKtM-eeeita snhtsry btt-iu, wrti. h r.na Ixili bo.lr n.l muij, uuuillna tnia tot ku-ln,. eiii.iv vr sMirisir MAKHIKU III. N. or tlieae enlerln oa tbsthappf III, ssmis i-iioi.ai iici-iiiiy, am, a.y assisuu. (IUII HITCCMH laWerd n- tsila flrsi.-rra.ii.al RiiwrleiMsa, rsssiuJKirfy es- Is ai,-u.v sru s-L thus slailiua rtirlit 1 hlr-l-tlfsln-iii are preperr la eur lass.ralwy e.-llr I lull Hi c, U.ua 'eV Inr r.ires wnnmil litl.ir. bt Sep 1 1 reu se1 eli tfsM tnwls (hranu, Ntfrieus ss.t Isill.al iiereer. Iiukh an-ll cure,! ' A Iiten4l; letter vr .nil rnsr ser yii lutnr suS-n.- list sKaa,, aud e.l.t i-.l.et tsanie ni. sri leiwr uee4 na e a.' CsiMiMklisi T eai It, ttSHips. Vlresaul e.ll on 1)1 IS. lUiTTH BKTTde -orrn a nut as mm thimi VfcLCl la-aLrvi r at. a.ih all lis ilresnlul Hit if aeu.nll) DR8. BETrstf;n;:erj: FOR ilEfl ONLY! prUaMllf t OtMnlM. VkKVoUl M.IUTT! eoWet, tIHiH (!. -e.ret i Itatal wUKHMi.lH rt Ul O U leMtiaL He. . ...... lktMi Mull 1iakt- tm r Ms4.e4h Wo will mail a pamphlet oa cancer treatment to applicants frco. r THE SWIFT SPECmC CO., Drawor 3, ATIaANTA Qt Of the THREE LOTS- X. Woods Subdivision of the Wright home stead have been sold to well known citizens who will immediately erect handsome residences. This property extends from Wright avenue on the cast to LaRose street on the west, and is known as the Judge Wright place. It is hand somely improved. . The house, a two-story brick of nine rooms, together with stables, carriage house and servants' rooms, in thorough repair. The improvements arc surrounded and faced by a beautiful lawn and grove of forest trees. Con venient to street cars. Retired and delightful residence property; away from the heat and dust of the city yet within the city limits. If not sold within the next twenty days will be subdivided and sold at auction. Go and in spect property. Take Hernando streetcar line, or the Second street green line cars. Plat of subdivision can be seen at our office. ALLHN & FIN LEY, 16 Madison St THE PEER OF ALL. Our Latest and Greatest Production. "THE BiShiTaPPEAL," The Finest Nickel Cigar Ever Produced in This or Any Other Market. A HANDSOME BRONZE STATUE CIGAR Lighter for Gas and Oil Combined, Given Gratis With Every Thousand. Tn orirHtirtn tn tiiij tli a Mflmtihis Anneal ComDanv will mail the Weekly Appeal for one year, gratis, to the purchaser or every thousana of the celebrated Memphis Appeal Cigars: WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS. I. SAMELSON & CO., 310 Matin Street, Solo Agents ior tno United States. Manhattan Savings Bank and Trust Co. CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - '$100,000 noAiiu of Tit trHTrercs. ft.l Colomsn. John V. Coclinut M. flsrln, Napolnin If IU, ' j. s. iinitinsin. I.. Ifsnsnsr. ).. Ilaii.l .serkrr. JUnlwlK IVrs. himnn l!r I. I. Ihul.lpn. K.lw. (iiiliUimth. A. liuukrrL (.Uf, L. 1. CulJLmuia, Juo. M. 1'uU.rs, C N. Orusren-ir. ham'tMook. OKKICKlia. D. P. IfaJJon, rrrl.lont FJsr. (loldsmltli, Vice rrpsl.lent, JaC Nathan, Cuablrr. .s-tot. !... Mess la. fMM.-sam S.U m . aasw as. MStsx IM a Ui.m uis)iu,a.i. WE mXF.IVK PKrOHlTS In Puma of XK I iT.f.A R ari l nnwpl, an 1 rr lit Ini"r-t-st on sain st-nii aunn illy. V liv Ksrlli-nl KmilHI'- for lian lllii f Irlrllv Flrsl-Mnt INVF.HIMKNr ItOND.-i, and iho lia ist.riU.ii of any llusjiirss of a Mnunriul Clmrv-U-r. W liar lone? riprrirnr and am pi on p! Lai. t.icrihr with an linnoMltl r-csinl, and tli Oinrnrs aii.M rnsires ci.r.liallr 1'ivil i liu.unc fruia all cl.iaM-a, a.'J will nJi asur lu morll tli coulMrnr u lng rpovd In Ihrni. Fxohinza for Sal on th Prlnnlnavl Oitlea of Furorxs. LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS. ASSORTED PACKAGES OK TINWARE PUT UP EXPRESSLY FOR MERCHANTS. Floyd & Co. UAVB THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK. OF CHINA, CLASS AND QUEENSWARE EVER BROUGHT TO MEMPHIS. - iino roi wHOLtisn rRici iiir.- NOTICE. Wo have purchaaod tho on tiro btmiiiona find good will of .T. A. FO - RGST A CO., who have torn at th hont of tha Bale, Com mini ou akI Fct-d busluon In MoniphU for tha pnet twonty-flva yoara. 1 ha builnrna men uf Momphia and vlncinlty, and planters from tba aurrnundlng country, will flud It to thotr intoroat to pat ronUa our firm. BEDFORD, SMITH &C0 61 to 7 Monroe Street, Memphis. N. B.T-lJlb ral advncai mndo oa conalgnmouia of 8toclt, and ahlppliiU bualnoaa fOlUU-d. E. WITZM'ANN & CO. WEBER EH KNABE 4 4 pkxu roil CATAi.ouurcs. 221-223 StCOND STREET. - - - MEMPHIS. TENN llfiH PAR VALUE CIGARS TUB BEST ON TUB OLOBU FOB 0 OENT& Rj. Xj- OSBXjEIT & CO. SOLE AGE5TS 333 Main Straat, - Memphlf. Tenn. FAST SIKGLEFOOTER AND TROTTER. IUM Vu4r th prtlia f J Msssl. SECURE A CHANCE EARLY OoComMnitloaRorst LEE BROS. &d CO. OILS, RAILWAY AND MILL A 4 mm SUPPLIES, leather and Gum Baltlna. Manilla Slnl Tar re 1 aud Wire Hope, Taokle Block, ilut Iter lloss a-.ia ruOKinx ua ripe, Die n tii.t. ripe Tor its. Lubricators luspiritiore, Rtmra n.iuge. Water Oatiire, Cottoil Waata. I'ikh. Pin Tar. Resin. (;1 Tar. Rooflm Paper, Ilexflng Tainta Tarred Faper, Mil Lamps, J'alnta, Varmahra, Urusnea, everytklng that a Mill tuej. f and M NUF AOTTJUHJ TENTS, AWNINGS AND TARPAULINS WRITE FOR PRICES. rTo. 294 FRONT STREET - MEMPHIS. TENN rJ Ha! at Jm Maaelal'. Hill, Fontaine & Co. Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers 200-298 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN. tOI- HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ;- No. 110 SOUTH MAIN ST. ST. LOUIS. Ma . WM, JACK & SONS AVI-IOLESA-LE POTTERY and GLASSWARE I N" ALL OltADKS. Wa control Mosra. Maddook St Oo.'a oalpbrated. Enall'h Iron Stone China. Tha beat and only reliable wara mad. Ws curry th largaet atock. Xrn MAC"i THB IflWE-'T PRIONS onnTll OL,TOTT51D. Jao. Ovaarua, Ja rrw'l Taoa. IX. taaroa, Vlce-rree'i. T, li. Ju, Beo'y. YanderMlt Insurance Co. No. 3 MADISON STREET, MLMPina. TIMM IR. KUPFERSCHMIDT, JUllllluU AND lMP01tli.lt : . Tjr am-sttmtiosi, rrsniio TsrKT.n An roTaMrf ari-ri.tsa. Annti wncuti. Tt.ii niri.r ami anoTtivM. Mnv;'er:-Vr,,,!,;r;n.!;1j;!;:rulv-1 ko. m im street, mespeis W B. BIIEA.RIX B. P. M. C. PEARGE & CO. WHOLE SALEu GROCE RS COTTON 'iTCTORS Na 870 rnoNT rriiEET. i t utMriua. tenn. J. A. Ha. HT. 0. It Tirr. J. A. BAILEY & GO. PLUMBERS. Fluml.or.s' G ods, Fino Gas Fixtures 33S SCCOVO STREET. .... MEKPMS. TENN. OAKEY'S AMERICAN KITCHEN. COSY. GENTEEL. FIRST-CLASS. THIS MODHIi ItKST All KANT Or .MKMI'HIS. W Invlie (li rirt.tiar l AM W ho Api m lsl 1imhI Linn. FOR OCNTLEMEN AND LADIES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Ill nrALB KTllEET. RARE OPPORTUNITY. Inquire at Joa Manclnia FINE BAY HORSE. BaOle at Joe Imcliii'i I