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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: WEDNESDAY. MAY 8. 1889.
FIVE PERSONS J3URNED.
A. TBKKIDLB FIRB OCCURS AT WEST
CHE3TBE, N. T.
A Man Logos Hie Mother and Two Chil
dren and His Wife la Fatally Burned
Two Servant Also Perish la tho
West Ciikstick, K. Y., May 7. Tlio
dwelling-liouso of Watson lkiwnea ns do
stroyeJ by flro about 1:30 o'clock this
morning, and five persona wore burned to
denth. The household consisted of Wat
Bon, llownes, liia wife, bis mother, Mrs. T.
IS. llownes, and two children and two
porvanLs. Just how the fire started la not
known, but It is supposed that a lamp
which was luft burning in tho hull ex
ploded and started the flames. When Mr.
llownes was awakened by the crackling of
the flames the fire had already gained
great headway, and the house was filled
with smoke, llownes immediately gavo
the alarm, and then started to carry his
wife into tne open nir. In doing this ho
wa severely burned about the feet and
body and iM re. iiownes was also burned
1 about the head, neck and shoulders.
Vhilo llownes was rewultiR his wifo, ho
could plainly hear cries of agony from his
mother aud his two children, who were
elceping with their grandmother, but he
was uuuhle to save them and they per
ished. The two children wero aged threo
and live. Kate l'uiin, a servant, and her
sister, Annie, whoi-utuo to visit her lust
night, niso perished.
The Kinpiro Kugino Company, whoso
building is directly nrruHS tho street from
the scene of tho tire, turned out and, as
Hinted by the villagers, tried to extinguish
the tire, but their old fashioned machine
was of little uho and the building was
burned to the ground. A desperate effort
was ainilo by the firemen ami villagers to
rescue the inmates, but Mid. llownes, Hr.,
and the two childreu were dead before
they could Iw cot out 'llio little ones
were in their grandmother's Ri ms. The
Jiunn girls wero aim) deud when taken
from the building. Mr. llownes Is a l ree
motion anil is being eared for by the Ira
ternity. It is feared that his wife's in
juries will result lutnlly.
llo'.la, tlmples, blotches on the skin
t-rnptiotis, etc., evidence the fact that the
blood is not 1u a good comlitioii. 'J hesu
ryniptoina result (rum the eliort of Imtiiro
to throw oil the impurities, in which she
should be maimed by Swift's hi'ilir. II, is
will reined ' tlio ilmtui li:inre, slid bring
rw-edy hiii( permmii'iit ii-hef hy forcing
out the poison, and will build up tlio sys
tem from tho first done.
After recovery from a severe attack of
congi-ftlion of the biaiii niiil stomach, my
little sou hud a liumlcr of uVi-r and run
ning sores to come on fits head and liody,
which lasted four years. 1 tried nil the
doctors and many remedies which were
recommended by oilier fiiirtit-it, but the
sores still grew umo, limit 1 did not x
jxvt him to recover. My friend wero con
fident that if the s irc'n lienliil it would
kill him. 1 at length nit all other treat
lnent and put him on .-nut's Nxciflc. ami
less than three IkiUUs cured hi in sound
and well, ami he i today a sound and
healthy child. K S. S. aUi cured a sore
on another of my children.
K J. Mcki.xsrr, Woolhury, Tex.
TnstiHi on Mood and Mtin Irisvusea
Tn fwirr Seiciric Co.,
lirawer 3, Atlanta, Ua.
Iks krlla Malta.
Pah Fiiani ii o, Cal.,My 7. Tne 1'nitod
Flntcscruisert'lisilcslon started on her trial
trip this morning under command of
('apt, I liarlcs (iiHxIull, Jr., of I ho 1'arinV
Coast Hcsmship Company. After cruising
around the bay to test the fomiuiwtcs, she
Stalled out to sea about 8 o'clock. 'I he
trial -will lo lusilu in the Santa llsrbara
channel. Die length of the trip is still
undecided, lieniilea member ol tlio Naval
Ikwrd, the oiUy M'isoiis invited to pi on
the cruise are the representative of the
Associated 1'rcM, Unix rt lorsytlie, aud
I'lmilea M. Omni, T pri'senting liie I'moit
Iron Works, and W. It. Uhhurt, the
Whether on pleiiMire Lent or busliiesa,
should tuke on every trip a battle of hyrup
of Fit, as It acts unwt pleasantly and ellirl
Uully on the Lldueya, liver and bowels;
preventing fevers, headaches, and other
forms of animus. Fur sale in 60 cent aud
ft bottles by all les ling drugkiixta,
tho Army ml I la faHnniR?.
N.w YoiiK, May ".Tho SM-iety of the
Army of the rotomac will iihtI at Orange,
N.J., on June 1'. sml l.L The society and
tvrs meeting snl bamjiii't mill ho held
mi the fiist dsv snd an excursion to West
I'niiit h ill be made on tho following day
Hie I Ion. lorla'id I'mker will lc the ra
tor, snd W ill I nrleion the twiet. The
l'retii li nt, the S'enMary of War, Urn,
Mo mum, i.-ii. S'holleld and oilier ilis
tiugui heil olliixr are expected to be
Ymr Mirk llemt irha
I lion-mmi's acid niimilUTa.
Tr. M. V. (Irn are Hnrlnen. tin., mm
' I liM' ii .1 ii Willi Trlivt iiiruii in lis
uuuiii an a liraow In'. '
llrriUH I rmiili tm hi. I .an I.
Ht. Iu i, Mn., May 7. Judgo Thayer,
i f the I'nited SUten litriet Court, this
liiornliig in bii liutniclions to the llrand
Jury up r.aily charged lliein to Investigate
the Iinii. U alleged to have Ix-en commilted
lieru in tlie rleiiion of lual November.
ii e pt-cied that a large number of local
)bhtiii.iii will lie indicted.
Snnlhr lh lnllt.
A few drops of iOlKLN'T nilvrd with
Water, nud y.mA In tUe iimulli uf il,u leva
lit, wot riliefli linn. t aniinallj whnl
rlr wuiilil Ivo dry and inn i.nii"ril'!i', an I
pivm in ii 1 1 i t.t pliiiMire nud I m itr iipKiiii
i num iiiiiiiii iiiyiii I ri;uisi I.
A Mabbl Dir. liTit mni. I ...a.
Ntw Yoaii, May 7.A man who came
totho t hniiilcrs htre t llocpitnl ill yea-
wiuny ami aied la-t night, Ims U-en Iden
tilled ss Joaepli Knl, in. a Jew Uh rabbi
from Pallas, lei. W hen ho entered the
liorpltal he give the tinuie of tieoro k'
j.u.iuiii. iiu oiph oi i ii-miit.
t-mm OmI i mr kalrrs -MnMlrr'i llrsiHS
Forly-fivo yesrs, Infallible specific for
tliarrlies, dyneutcrv, tliolers morbus, flu
children's teething; and If taken in time
a sure preventive of Asiatic cholera.
James fcloas Will llaaf.
Nsw Yohk, May 7. James Stone,
the Colored Jockey who was convicted of
murder iu the first degree for the killing
of Hu.ry Miller, the Imrtnndnr, of Coney
Jul. iiul, wns sentenced to be hanged on tho
..'III ol June next.
1ms well know n sln-MKllixiiInx prorrllr
oi iron, coniLiiird wiiu oilier tunica aim
rnot perfect nermin. ar fuuinl In Carlrr
Irhn rills, wlni Ii alrciiKtheii Ilia uritvaanil
i ...i -...i i . T i.i i i .
wni uiiu imjiruTV uw uiuvu aim ivui
SPECIAL ARRIVAL TODAY.
The following articles, which hove been
expected .'or some days, nud for which
many ladies hnvo been anxiously waiting,
have arrived und will bo on sale today.
Old rose undressed Mosquitaire Eld
Gloves, eight buttou lengths.
Parisian effect in Imported India Silks.
designs not seen heretofore.
Plnid and (tinned Sheer Mulls, novelties
A Ti a ltd a in 100 pieces striped nnd
figured lhirtbtes, S7 inches wido, at ll'jc;
THD J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
Ilnl Hprlngja suit Hfliira via Iran Noun
In order to allow delegate! to the
Southern Jlaptist Convention nud all
others un opportunity to visit tho world's
greatest sanitarium, Hot Spring, tho Iron
Mountain liotito will place on sale ut their
olllco in Memphis, May i:t, round trip
ticket at rate Tickets will lie good
returning until May '.'H. J'or guide tn Hot
Springs nnd further information addrcitft
II. I). Wilson, IWenger und Ticket
Agent, 30U Maiu Btrcet, MeuiphLi, Tcnn.
p)Hrlal N in Ire.
Wo tnko (his method of notifying tho
public that wo have this dav sold to Mr.
W. A. Fnires our salo and feed stable
outfit, and cordially recommend him to
our friends and cuntouicrs.
ilrroiin A Co.
Ileferring to iiImivo this is notice to the
public that I will conduct the above men
tioned stable, comer Third and I'ni in
sin-els, ss a feed and sale stable. All
stock will bo transferred free of charge.
W. A. Kaiiiks.
Mr. P. If. I'.iiford, ossisled by Col. 1). A.
Wiles und Mr. Albert I'iimii, will continue
to handle lirxl-cliiMi homes and mules ut
.Mr. la ires' bam, corner I'nion and Third.
Humorous and Entrrtslnlng, Full of Wit
Hy Vr. T. T. Faton, of I-onl-cylUe, Ky., at
lirat Unptiit Church, corner second und
Adams street, 'Ihursdiiy, May tl, 8 o'clock
p.m. AduuiMiou 00 cunts.
Tke AsutSIm of II. r. Ilalrr A Cn.'m
H airk 1Mb I.hbI Mlshl.
Cluh No. 1, No. :i(l. Club No. 10, No. ft.
Club No. 2, No. lit. Cluh No. II, No. CI.
Club No. i.. No. I.i. Cluh No. lit. No. IIS.
Cluh No. 4, No. 10. Cluh No. H, No. .Tl.
Club No. 6, No. ft Club No. !.", No. ;i7.
Cluh No. . No. 3.1. Cluh Xa 10, No. 'M.
Cluh No. 7, No. Lit. Cluh No. 17, No. Hi
Club No. H, No. i'S. Club Xo. 1H, No. i'J.
Club No, U, No. Ii0.
a a toof & co.
Will Till Order For
As ln M Ahjt IIi In Amvrlr.
The rricct Turk A I'- lt Puminv Line
will iM'gin running regular t ruins to l'ros-l-ert
I'aik IimIiiv. Trams will lesve Kcoih
and liiiyino stret'taslMiiil every hour and
rty minutes and pans wnluu a sboit dis-
tauco ol t'alvaiy Cemetery.
arwoTXIl til Ills ra fin rrwYitiva.
And It stimulates and uniinotea tha ennvth
t l the hair.
Jlurueil's llavorlnj exfracU are tho
r. II. A. Urrlaa, a. 8.V1I Mala Mlrrrl.
U preiiaml to deliver ico crraiu. ier Bal
lon at fl.Ul, tl.'sJ and upwarX Cuke
snd cream at pro lor.
Ii. MrWJakan, Na. I nlna Mlrrrl,
1 1 list lust received a large snd carefully s.
lectod spring stock, all of the latest do-
aigns, which he will uuikfl up In suits at
nimiii.itihi prices, t-pecul burg. una for
Tbv tirivih'Li a of llm Tnrnd'at tn lw held
alJackwiti Miiuud I'aik, May 'JO and '.'7,
will bcoi,itntlie logliimt lnil.li r si zo Vim's,
p.m., MuihImv, May :i, at Turner Hull,
corner N-cond und ( iiluii atreela.
(i. W, I .irii ii n, Chairmnn.
Cai.i. on the Niiithcin Trnl Comp.inr.
rooms 21 snl '.''J Cotton lixchango, If you
winii to iiorrow luoiiey on luiiiiove.l real
Da. MiiMnm Aitiu nl Kunlia Mi
Ima mMitir. 1 m di.iital filli,.M hh mtn.ir t ilti
nnd I'nion streets, on same floor with Ir.
Wrhsve jut receive 1 a barpe load of
I'iiiilnirg tiaa Coke, verr flue, 1'iltBliurg
on 1 Anllira. ito Coul mi l Anh and t..ik
Wood. C. Ik l'.HVAX ii Co.
Hie Prospect I'srk lk ll Pununy Uno
will liegin running recular trains to Pros
wt l ink tislsy. Trams will lesve Seeoiid
nud (isyoao streets sbuiit every hour and
lony nuiiuii's and pans within short uis
bince of Calvary (euielery,
raiakla tarriags Itarka,
Nos. 81 anu 8:1 Maui) Sraaar,
I'liiMers of I 'ine Vehlclei.
Tin Southern Truat Company ofTcis Its
scrvicia in procuring loans ou Memphis
real e.date at low rsti of Interest.
Isn sk vour life In tlx Conmvtlcnt Mn-
mat. i. m. Oulbruutb, sgeut, 10 M.uiiaon
I.Aca curtains clean.il and beautifully
finished at Meniphia hioam Laundry, V-'t
eecomi sirreu ilium b oflie 31 MaUison.
Is-crii! your gm hoiia-s In IheOUlaeW
lusuiauie couipauy, Nu. 4 J Madison atruok
WHAT, IS THIS REFORM?
TBB CIVIL 8BBVICB ASSOCIATION
REBUKES MB, HARRISON.
Flagrant Violations of Solemn Promises
The Case of Ex-Postmaster Pearson
The President Oets Pointers From
Nkw Yohk, May 7. Tho 7miMot yester
day said: Tho tneinbers of tho Civil Ser
vice lluform Association lisld their annual
mooting at tho Now York Academy of
Medicine, oA Thirty-first Btrcet, on Wed
nesday evening. Fresh from tho con
templation of the purity of politics during
the timo of Washington, tlio gentlemen
who composo the association were in a
particularly happy mood for tho meeting.
George William Curtis, the President,
is still confined at his home in SUiton
Inland with a laino leg. lie had prepared
his address, however, and it was reud by
According to tho custom In previous
yeais, the address was mainly directed to
an analysis of the immcdiiilo situation,
and naturally was n close review of tho
action mid attitude of tho new adminis
tration, so funis tho former is evident
nnd tho latter Iias been revealed in w hat
bus become public aiuco the 4th of March.
In milking this nnulysis Mr. Curtis con
fined liiimelf strictly to the Kcptiblicnn
authorities, in the ll"st place us regards
the pledges und promises made lieforo the
uduiiniNtrutiou took olliee, and in tho sec
ond place us to tho history of what has
occurred aud the miinifi'idntinns of feeling
evoked in party circles thereby.
Mr. Curtis said: . "Our inquiry Is sim
ply, how fully during tho Ihsl two months
ol the Administration has the Prcsideut
illustrated w hat he declared to bu his sin
cere purpose of advancing the reform, and
how strictly has tho party held him to an
honorable observance of its ow n volun
tary pledges before tho election;'"
Then followed a picture of what had
been the altitude of tho members of the
Republican party in Congress ain of mem
bers of Congress since tho adjournment. It
amounted almost to a charge that ttiese
gentlemen wero grabbing, all they could
luy their hands on.
T1IK CASK OK Mil I'KAHSON.
Mr. Curtis then called attention to tho
extiemu Importance of the iiihii of the
New York postolll-e, which has been lor
many years by general consent the exem
plar of w hat a relormed service should be,
und in tho most uiimistakuole terms con
demned the action of tho Administration
ss (also to its pledges, moit unjust In Mr.
l'euison, and detrimental to the public
"In a review of the course nt the late
President Cleveland." ho said, "in the
early months of his Administration Sena
tor 1 1 o.i r, of MaHxai hiiM'Us, said truly,
'you cannot serve reform und tho I H-iiio-cratio
party.' Not lexa true may it
bo said of tho con mo thus fur
of President llarriwui: 'You cannot servo
reform and the liepuhiicau machine!' Tho
riii'iiniHianees intending the death of Mr.
I'l'iiison, iiiimeiliitely following his ro
movnl, were profoundly patliei Ilia
fatal iIIik-mS wim undoubted. y stimulated
Slid aggravated by his hemic sliu.'g'eto
do his ollicial duly uiiust treiii'iidoii
odds, lbs mwiiioii and eon no, honestly
supKrted by his superior otllcers and en
coiiragud in other other, would have beu
fatal to the venal isjlitic and the mercen
ary prostitution of piitinnsvu which are
the foundation of the machine.
"In lighting him the spoils system was
fighting lor lis life. His olliciid destruction
was thundurn llif common rnuoi of the
machine In Isitli partiiw. He stood firmly
for the hoiicxt service uf tliu N-ple, his
opMinent for their own aeliixh ner. L'n
surlaiiii'ii by thimi who meant to (one hi in
to retire, ihcged by their emiw ines, si'k
Ing iilaii 'ible pretexts for his rvinoviil. ho
resolved, if Ins life wero granted, not to
yield, and (or runny a month he silently
(ought tlie g hhI light while his bf surely
ebb'ilnwny. Tho who without tha n
spoiisibllities of olticii ndvoeute reform
Umi vt h:'t they behevo to Ihi sound and
simple principles may l ens Ivioinlciumd
as sunliuielitaliNts ami Ihuorists.
iKI AT HIS IV). r.
"Hut tho man who in a ure.it ofTlre.
iimiil eveiy kind of iniiluioiia olmli'iction
and activo hostility, wuh umpiailing stend-
I. intuits snd tlie a.icrilli o ol liealili and
life, demonstrates the practical elllciency
of ihntie principlea, (iiruixhcs the living
un I reitiea argument liy wliicli great
cuiek'S at hi 4 prevail. l)ingat his pot,
such a man Is as truly a martyr to bis
couiilry a the hero who falls in battle.
We shall be iridissl iiuwurlhy Americans
if a rhsrscter so pum, a life so spotlens snd
a public' S"mco so gnsit, do Hot coliaavraie
ua mora devotedly than ever to the cause
lor which bo died.
"In what 1 have said I havo IcsUsl the
Adminintrution not onlv bv the prinriiili-s
of n l inn but br the sprcilic dit lsralious
sml pleilgea of the pally which it repre
sents, tmr aswM'is'.ioii is slin tly mm psr
nin, ami l venturn to siy on lis Im-iiiiii
t Ii ut whatever may Is the personal or ihi
iilii.il ymsilhies ol i s uieinU rs, tin y
would sd li ne cottully n-ioiced II it could
Ihi saiil Irulhliilly that tho declarations oi
the dominant party went in pronto of
lalthi'ul (iillillment. It would be a vital
error, however, toaupiHSie lliat the situs
lion indicate profound public Indiflen'iicu
to reliiriu. It shows only what we have
eonstaiiliy averted, that neither party as a
parly is a civil acn ico relorui party.
AS AC(lltSU SVSTXa.
In the reirl of the KmvuIivo Cuinniit-
leo was this leleremv to .Mr, I cirsou:
"When to these fads we add (lio tr.ij
rdy of the removal and death of I'lntneue
ter ruarson, of New York, a man known
thmiiulioul the length and breadth of the
laud ua a devoted public ollieer, pure and
simple, and as the embodiment of tho
bet qiuhtii a which can be shown by an
d niitnntr.it i vo ollieer, wlehM life was
crushed out Is'twiM'ii the upper snd Deth
er millatniies of penman xilitica and
conibinalt uis nl selllrli lulereaU; a
removal to give plaro to an ap
isiiuteo having no eiierience what
rver In a luiMiii'M full of ilutails snd enor
mous In its extent and responsibilities
we still fee) that we miint rcsi-rvo our
judgment in rrgar.l to the proixirtioii of
colideiiinstion which should be decreed to
Individuals, but sshom at and (uithlul men
must tt'i-oid anew our pledge lo bold to
the strtcti it rriHusitiiliiy those who are
fhowii to be gtiilly, and never to relax our
ell. iris until the anuis.il svstem which is
now corrupting and degrading our country
snail nave im-cii wnoiiy rtiirpated. '
a kooM roa atsiior imtii a.
eoiiiiions were or.crcu depuvating
the iiicn-iisiiig corruidion ol cl ciioiis. si t-
ting lorth thai the platform of ibe aucccis-
iui piny ami tlio letter ol accejiisncM of
tho niiivcwfiil candidate at the lat Xa-
tlulial election Were a solemn public en
RSijemenl that reform In the civil service
would po the ihcy ol the Administration.
Then CSine this'
"Kosolved, That with the most Men."?
(lispositinn to inuke Just allowances lor tho
lillicullies ami perplexities arising froiu
the tra.htions ol ihe sinulasysleni, It is iui-
inimo inn id icitm,! , r,,l rimnge
W hll ll la tnkinif t'i.ii r in th Civil S,,rui.
(or inendy partisan lensoiia, and not for
rrssons relsting tu the grester honety sad
eflicleiicy of the nice, as a signal illus
tuition of tliu eui hn.li It U the obj.ct ol
reform to correct, and therefore as a flag
rant violation the pludgessoluiunly given
to the country!
"Ilosolved, That the action recently
taken in Um Legisloture of Now York bv
the representatives of both parties, which
is popularly Renown as n 'deal,' designed
to secure a division of patronage, plainly
reveals tho destructive elfccts of the snoils
Bjstora uprni the proper function of the
portiea by iiiulklng them merely organiza
tions to facilitate mercenary couibiuations
for the common advantage."
Mr. Wheeler then tillered thfl following
resolution, which also was unanimously
adopted: ' '
"ltesolvoil, That the thntiksof this asso
ciation be and they are hereby tendered
to tho Right Kev. H. C. Putter for his just
and earnest iliitements of tho duty of tho
President in reference to tho exorciso by
him of tho power of appointment to ollico
contained in the eermon delivered in St.
Paul's Church on tho centennial anniver
sary of the inauguration of Cieorgo Wash
ington. Tho annua election was then held nnd
resulted in the choice of tho regularly
nominated olllcen, thero being tio opposi
tion. Mr. Curtis was re elected president,
AaOenna I Jrry liouml.
llAMnuiio, May 7. The Hiitnburif
Americnn Lino's now twin-screw steamer,
Augusta Victoria, has arrived here from
her trial trip, which was very satisfactory,
she having Attained a speed of twenty
knots per hour. When Iho Augusta Vic
toria proceoded on her trial trip she was
incorrectly reported as having sailed for
Now York. She wilt sail for that port on
the Oth instant.
AND most powerful alterative Is
Ayor's Sursapnrllla. Young and
old oro alike buucllted by Its use. per
tho cruptivo uis
rases peculiar to
clso la so effective
as this medicine,
whilo Its agreea
Mo llavnr makea
It easy to admin
"My llttln lioy
luiil Inriffl m rolii
lous ulcers mi Ida
lieik Slid throat
frnm which lie
stlenilerl Mm, but lis grew eoiiiinually
Wiirsn lihiler their euro, Slid evrrylaaly
rxpreted lia would lite. 1 lisil beard of
the rcinarkulilr. eurrs rfTeetril liy Ayer's
Kiirsaparilla, ami decided to linva my
Isiy try It. hlmrlly aftrr lis Is'gan to
tuks this mrdielnr, the electa com
inenerd lieallng, and, after lining several
Isittlea, lis was entirely curril. He Is
linw as healthy nnd strong as anr In.y
rf Ida ags." W iiliuiii r. Uuiiglierty,
" In May Inst, vnj yeungrst rlilld,
f.ilirleen months old, liegnii In liavr sores
gather on Ua lieiid ami ImkIv, n n
piled various aimpla reinediea without
avail. Tha sure iuerrasril in ntiniU'r
and dtseliargisltroploiialy, A physleinn
was enlleil, lsi the sores rotitin'ilrd to
multiply until In a few mouths tiny
nxariy covered thn lilld's head anil body.
At latt w Iw.'aii Ilia use of Acer's Har
sapurillit. 'la a few daya a ruurkril
el. untie lor thsln'ttrr waa inalilfeal. The
ai.ren ax.iiintil a more healthy ii.mlllloii,
tliu iliHcliiii)ii wnra giailuully dlinin-l-tieil,
ami liilsllv rraaeil altogiither.
Tliaehlld Is lirelirr, Its akin la fiesher,
and lis n'x'titr lirtter than ws liava ob
served for months." Pruiik M. (Irlfttn,
Jmg I'uiut, Tvxus.
"Thr formnja cif Avrr's Piirsnpsrllla
prrsents, fiaj earoido dimnws of almost
every kind, Ihs let remeilv known to
tliu mntliul world." V. Al. Wilson,
M. 1., Wit;:", Arkunaua.
Dr. J. C. Aysr k Co., Lowsll, Mast.
I'rtr 1 J ! twUIrs, f A. Worth 1 a bold.
Drs. BETTS & BETTS
810 Main St., Memphis.
NTrnVrni rv,'dUr. r""n"rrhna. Saml
IV IvV J nl I .-. Mmii Kmiwunns
I (Ma wl VIM fi r. si. ..)... .ni-L iwaiMitidviii'V,
ltm ol Mrntorv. 4filol.irt i.f lilma. lAMiluda.
I tl'nltirfa , rpriiin of Seirllt, AvrrliMi U)
.l.-lr. I lly Hiv)ur-fM. Ijik nl I onSUrnea.
Pull, I tallica, t But I'T utility er Hii-ln. nl
Sn l. Id- s biirdrn, vfri.V, I'l UMANtNTLt
M l I'KIV V I t 1,1 I I II' "
BLOOD AND SKIN teM
ma In in rMiilta mmplrieiv rMitlrairl anluiul
Iha um ol inriciur. C'rulnln. rryllaa, frrrr
Korea. lUntihM, Hi.u- I'liTtk, I'niiia In Ha
ll.-a J ail haiwa, Si llol!r hur Itmwt Mninli
li t Inniw, fatartli. !,' , I'FIIM ANETLT
1 1 htm i wiiKKanir MM naVK r Ati.Kti.
1IOIM A U V KiJiiry se t i'..U.r TnxiMna,
UfllllYlVl Wr .k Ita. k. H irnlni I rlur.
KrueSi-y ef ttrtnsona. truta lilub mtnryd or
wiin mill Wlimtui en .uutnni. finmirriim,
ulit. iViUtlt, nr. promptly of aalvly cur4.
1 ktfa iiMionaMa
TO T0U3G E0i A3D HIDDLE IGED HER.
A SURE CURE fcarly Vlea, whlrh tirlnts
ervanla vrMlinaaa. ilrmjlh una mind ami budjr,
uti alt its ill ".it'll i.l, L"inwi. ullf rupvl.
rDCJ TlL'Tl Q A'l lraa lli. ak.l bavt IBS-
AIVO, Vbliu aiir. tliKinwIira .y l.a-
(roix-r liiilulti'BM ami aoiiiury hal.lta. ahlra nun
H.ili BHly and S'tuJ, UUIIUiu Uwia fur bualaua.
aii.ilv or ti'rtlf '
MAIlSllO) MkM.ot them rntartnf naj that Safvy
UIa aaaiavi fannaiiif r.qn' 17 aaaiaiol.
la (mm) etnin laJta. " Hoi I r. Fiprrtrniv.
riml Kvry r raiwlatiy atudlr-1. inns
iailu arljlil htrt llirliie at prriwn-4 In
out U'.amwryaiaaftrtotuilaaiugaaa, Uiua .cvl
tnf i"ifa wllbuuf Injury.
r Mi l iwtiU fS'Sia fnf otrliraM Wurksou
Cklvato, TH. ami twlkato Mn.t I Ihiii
avnss turret " Alrtan.llr Imirr or mil mar
, fatnm aun ti"t ami tbam. ant a.i.l r'lUvn
nta HI- aafXa lHtani wom.1 nn.rx ae
cuairBlrl bf 4o In iiav it iM,.i ra os
nilS. HKTTa fc ih :ttb.
mr Ktrica lioi a-si i s A M Tin KM.
HCMiaYkl lAVkilVI t tL
r 'chvime.3IO'TI ft
K I 1 si. - -I
Is Drsnared from anr.nn.HU. r.nsttnn
Mandraks, Dock, Plpslssewa, Juniper Bcr
rls, and other well-known and valuable vege
table remedies. The combination, proportion
and preparation are peculiar to Hood's Hariv
parilta, giving It curative power not possessed
by other medicines. It eflccts remarkable
cures where others fall.
" I consider Hood's Sarsaparilla the best
medicine I ever used. It gives mc an appetite
and refreshing; urep, and keeps the cold out."
J. fl. Fooo, too Bpruce Street, Portland, Me.
" When I bought Hood's Sarsaparilla I made
a Rood Investment of one dollar In medicine
for tlie first time. It has driven oft rheuma
tism and Improved my apiictito so much that
my boarding mistress says I must keep It
locked up or she will be obliged to raise my
board with every other boarder tliut takes
Iiood's Sarsaparilla." Thomas IIukuell,
M Tlllary Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
" I Bud Hood's Sarsaparilla the liest remedy
for Impure blood I ever used." M. If. IUxtkh,
tirkct agent, P. A . Bd. , Pound Brook, N. J.
Hood's - Sarsaparilla
Bold by alt drniurMs. 1 six fur $. rraparwl
by 0. 1. HOOD CO., Ayotliaeartes. Lowell, Mus.
100 Doses Ono Dollar
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $100,000
I-. Ifutiaiier, Fol Colemin.
J. (I. Handworker, llur.lwlir 1'cres,
U. I'. Jliidden, Jiitnei utlian.
L. Ltvy, tu. U Uulilliaum, J no. M.
Jno. W. Coclirsn, Vice -l'n sldent
D. r. Hodden, President
AVE RECF.IVK DKrOSIT In Rums of
rst mi sums si'inl nniinnlly. We have Kxrolleut Fiu llltles for liandllng Strictly Kirst-Clnss
I.m hSt.MKJi t KOMb. 11ml the transaction or any liusmess of a financial t linrnrfr.
We have lonir exiM-rirnce and ample capital, torther Willi an bonornhle record, and the
(illli em and Trusters cordially Invite business
the contliloncc so long reposed in tlietn.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON THE
J. VT. WVSSB.
Late of Wynne, Dennis 1 Bock, Forrest City,
Wynne, Love 3c Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
3G6 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
roitDRR9 AND CON81GNMKVT3 SOL.ICITKO. .
LAMPS AND LAMP, GOODS. "
ASSORTED PACKAOE8 OF TINWARE PUT UP EXPRK3SL?
FOR MERCHANTS. -
Floyd & Co.
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
CHINA, OLA8S AND QUEENSWARB EVER
BROUGHT TO MEMPHIS.
M'tlNO FOB WHOLESALE PRICE LIST.-
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(LATh OF C. W. GOYEE A CO.)
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Offloo and Warehouse, 105 St 107 Tenneanoe 8U Telephone 230.
101 ilKMPlIIS. TENN., March Ira
WrW tn anno'tn" to O'tr fr!en li that, liarnt Just ronipl. t iJ a vs-y tars and eonv
rnod oi. s wn lmus", an ths lines of the kan a i y Hprlnliell t Menyhis and the M
si-lppi Valley Hillro.nls. and lisrmx il'rret ( oniiii hoi ai i with all other raiirra U cen-t-niirf
In the oil. Ill nl) oTetconiliiif tli h s y i insi of diaya.-j oo tar-load lots, our
facilities are nnsnrp."( fur the rapid Ji' stc'i of b ilnrss
O.ir warehous, whioh is bnllt nf aim nn 1 hricx, is p-rfe.t In every detsll. having all
mo'lrrii iMiprnvrinena. and Is, perhaps, the bat cooorucicd bullJIng iu ibs South for ths
hsn lllnrot I'rovli-i nr
The fuel thst Mean an I Lard shrti"? he at red only In e-l rwllsm durlra the auramer
monihs. In tV e ronaini-1 on of oir hntldinir, ws hare ciren thl pecltl nt nt on.
ThsnU R our IrirniU lor a err libeml pi ron.gi in the aat, and esrnnatly solicit' rn
a ei.nl.niiiinra ol the cmn, we satire liii ni tlist all urJcis and linU.rh s wi.l rvciiir.
proiiipl atu nuon. Very rreiwcUully,
TTTi.VN-K W. TAYI.OIl ,V CO.
K 0 W aro also rrtrcd to fill ordvrs for articles n it iu our Imo at is-y loneit
porsihln I'm urea
Tonic for Invalids,
ALABAMA : GARBOH : HILL : COAL
Anthracite. Cokri Wood
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
Ts the best blood purifier before tlie pulille.
it .raillc'iK-a erf nr ImnurltT. and cures Bcrot-
ula. Bait Rlieura, Bolls, Pimples, all Humors,
Dyspepsia, BlUousuess, hick tieauacne, imu
jestlon, General Debility, Catarrh, Bheunuv
11. m. Kldnev and Liver Complaluts. It over
comes that extreme tired feeling, and builds
up the system.
" Hood's Sarsaparilla was a Ood-send to me,
for It cured me of dyspepsia and liver com
plaint with which I had suffered 20 years."
J. D. IIohmbkck, South Fullsburg, N. Y.
ITood's Sarsaparilla take less time and
quantity to show its effect than any other prep,
aratlon." Mus. C. A II vbbaiid, N. Chill, N. Y.
My wife bad very poor health for a long
time, suffering from Indigestion, poor appe
tite, and constant headache. She tried every
thing we could hear of, but found no relief till
she tried Hood's Sarsaparilla. She la now
taking the third bottle, and never felt better
in her life. Wo feel It our duty to recommend
It to every one we know." Gkorob BoMKiv
vtLl.E, Morclond, Cook County, 111.
Sold by all dnnoriiU. f six for JU. Prepared
by O. I. Ill Kll A CO., ApotliecartM.Lowoll,,
100 Doses Ono Dollar
Bank and Trust Co.
John W. Cochran, M. Gavin,
Kimon Mori?, Nnpoleon Hill,
A. Jlenscrt, J. H. Koldnson,
rotors, C. a. Orosvenor, fcuiu 1 iloolc
Jas. Nathan, Cashier.
ONE DUI.ATi and upward, anT credit Intcr-
from all classes, aud will cuduavor to merit
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE.
"W. E. LOVE,
Late of Good bar, Lots & Co,
Malt Caverara and
, ,.H.- '1V- .
NO. 278 SSCdNI) STREET.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
30 lots oa Roboson avenue, north
west of Elmwood,
200 lots on Mississippi avenue, be
yond the Curve,
10 lots on Main street, near Ray
Any of which we will sell on
Monthly Payments of from $10 to
620. When a lot has been paid for
In full, If the purchaser so desires
we will build for him a home on
said lot. reoelvlDfir Monthly Pay
ment! in settlement for the same.
This plan of arottln? a home is
better than by building associa
tions or any other plan. You have
to take no stock; you have no cor
poration to deal with; you got tltlej
to lot at onoe, and can sail at any;
time, subject to amount of pur-'
chase money unpaid.
We have sold over 300 homes oa,
monthly payments. Apply to
BARTON & LAMB.
19 Kad son SL McmDhls. Tenn. iv
Memphis, : Term.
tonls Ilsnauer, J. T. Tettlt,
. T. Frost. J. i. Jenny,
Jo. W. Allison, Hoi Coleman,
V. P. Hsdilcn, Jsiub We If r,
K. C Uravea, Re. II. Vance,
W. N. Urown, II. Morris.
Jas, Lee, Jr., I. W. tnehran.
i. A KolilnMin, . A. Krermao,
M. Wltteubont, Andrew llenkcrt,
C F. Farnsworth.
JOIIM W. COTII RAX, President.
LOUIS IIANAI KIC Vl. 1'rr.liVnU
JOUS M. I'trrr.KS. Cuhlrr.
C C bKLDEN, AsaUtant Cathlet,
Alliance Bank, LlmltsJ, London, England
Chemical Nat onal Bank, 1 t t New York
WE ARE OFFERING
AT LOW PRICES
IMl'BOVkU AMD t'MMPnoVEU rnor.
larihMa ttelalils, I'nlna Avrnne, Monme fftnt
F.ttand'd. Court and Eaas Attnu, Poplar Boula
rsrd. Waldrao AfeniM, alao la Scotland and
( helaee. la Fort Pkktriac Jernraoa and Aiiams
Eirwts, Rt Psiil sad Tais llrosta, aad II mrf
duacllen arouad Um ci'.
?errl ef Uis Mint Peairmhle Kealdram for Sul
on Ibe Vml atrreia la tho City. Alwo, Uualos a
rru-ertf, lairured aad Onimror(d, ea Mala
and Frunt and Olher Klreeta I'LKbsaers srtU d4
ww w mm ua nwn puivomaiuj
293 MAIN STREET.
Tarties needing Store Eholvlna
should examine the Koch Co. 'a ad
ustable Brackets and Wall Plates.
They are a blsr adver Juoment foi
nny houre mln them. Cheaper,
noaterand farsuporljr to the old
nlyle wood thriving. Can be put
up ton time quicker, and easily re
moved. Also u-ed for banks, Ubra
rlo. cloaets, eta For prloos aud
rami-lrs call on or address ajent at
LANGSTAFP & CO.'S,
M AH STEWART &C0'S
No. S30 Second Street
fM ! Ml. B-M 4f. IS1.I' . fa
UUm. kf assaalMM shall. I Ola mml.
J. N. MULFORD, JEWELER,
281 Mala Street, Kcmpbls, Teal
il C A S".r " -s A
Nt lab ft -si