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-TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SATURDAY, JUXE 1, 188a'
THE TIMELY RAINS.
NEWS FROM TUB TERRITORY CON.
TIQUOU3 TO THI3 CITY.
The Frosts General and Severs at Som
ervllle, but Not Supposed to Have
Done any Damage The Benefit to
Crops Estimated In Millions.
News from all poinla of the compass re
ceived in this city yesterday is to tho ef
fect that tho rain which visited Mom phis
luis been general and has fallen in copious
ehowers lu Alabama, Tennessee and Ar
kansas. Some liltlo anxiety was felt on
account of tho appearance of frost which,
especially at Soincrvillo, was qiiita severe,
though it is said no damage resulted.
Iu tho three States named tho rainfall
was a god-send. Much of tho cotton
planted bad lain in tho parched earth
where tliero was not sufficient moisturo to
causo tho seed to sprout. What had
sprouted and coino up above tho ground
w as puny and stunted and promised no re
turns. Tho rains have remedied all this.
With a Roil softened by a generous rain the
Deeds will now sprout in time, and tho
plants already above ground will grow lux
uriantly. A good stand is assured, and o
good stand at this season of the year
means, unless some unprecedented ill-luck
follows, a good crop. The benetit to this
section of country can only be approxi
mated by nu cslimato up hi tho millions.
Tho corn crop has boon in a critical con
dition for a long time. Tho plant has boon
weak and striilinand made no advance,
owing to tho drv 'Ml Tho surface of tho
soil becaino hard and brittle, preventing
the expansion of the stalk, and the lack of
moisturo rot bed tho plant of nutrition.
Tho rain has removed tho causo of the
troublo and given tho crop a start that will
carry it beyond tho fear of any futuro
To Memphis tho rain hns beon especially
beneficial. The potato crop, in which
thousands c( dollars oro invested, and
I Jra which tens of thousands of dollars
itre exacted and will bo realized, is now
assured, and this vast industry will be
more remunerative than ever before.
A SMALL FIRE.
Chickasaw Armory Takes Fire In
tho Fourth Story.
A fire broko out in tho lumber room in
tho fourth story of tho Chickasaw Armory,
fc'econd street between Gajoso and Union
ntrcets, which soon communicated below.
causing a damage in tho neighborhood of
SI.'JUO. When tho firo reached tha mu
nitious of warlHilunuing to the bold soldier
boys and the cartridge's began popping,
quite a little contusion resulted. Tlio li ru
men made a quick run and a sturdy light,
boon cxtini'uinhir.g tho Humes, and win
ning for themselves well earned praise.
The property was insured. Tho ori-nn of
llm lire is unknown.
Nvn l.ine on 1.11a,
('onsuinptiim is hereditary in my family;
jny father died with it. From c.tiiy child
hood I had symptoms of iuug discuso; had
nstlmia until 1 was twelve years old; had
u barking ough, which continued
constantly, and when I was twenty
live years old bcyan to have a hurting in
my breast ami lreucnt pain in my hliotil
dent and sharp rutting iiins when I
coughed. After going though thu usual
course ot medicine to no dutikisp, in InS-i I
r-inuiU'iiooil tnkum Swift's SHi'ilic. After
iminu a half dc .cn bottles it pivo mo it-lief.
1 improved in lieultti and strength and (ell
better all over, 'llm hK'cilic stopped my
('(iiMimptiuii Ix'foro it was (IcvvIok,mI and
kaved my life. I know my lungs ueie tlis
eased from childhood, and' I know is. S. S.
Ims given me a new lease on life. I can
not nay t'x) much in favor of that medicine,
f- in uddilioti losaviiitf my life in was the
only tiling that K 've health to my little
boy, nlio Iroin Ins second to his seventh
year wits a pule, ii kly child, sullering con
M.ihtly with his head and stouinch. I In is
now well, fat nnd growing right along, nil
from taking S. S. S.
Ml. J. S. fiMVIlFR,
' Howling (itvon, Ky.
Treatiso on Mood and !skiu jjiacases
Swii-t Si-m iiic CoMi'A.xv, Drawer 3, At
A Triangular Aaalgumrnt.
Oiica'i.o, 111., May ill. U. 8. Wormer
A Sons, of Chicago, iK'troit and t Ixiuis,
dealers in machinery on commiiiun,
imido assignments simultaneously in those
cities today, tho assignee in each case
being Jumes M. Arnold. The main house
is at lK-troit. The liabililicsof the Chimin
house aru i-'7.(Ki, tho assets only 512,1 10.
"J'oor biisini'M for a iiiiuiImt of year, a
Mruulu against hope, and bring weighted
down by a MKrly iimusgi-d comvru in St.
luis, was what caused the failure," said
V. W. liurley, tho attorney in the case,
today. "The assignment went luadu
iiiiultaneotisly iu order to give tho cred
itors uf all tho house an cpul chmico."
Yalta f Adrrlmrnt.
"Io 1 believe in advertising?" said a
prominent lawyer a il.iy or two ngo.
"Well, rather, and in thu hidden advvr-ti-H-ineiit
more than in any other. I re
iikmiiIhT ono day reading a vry Interest
ing slnry that i-ndrd iu what 1 look to be
a pull (or I'r. 1'ieree's 1'le.jwnt l'uraiivo
1'ellets. 1 threw dow n thu pncr lu a r.nz".
Not a week lifter (hat I needed sonio ine 1
irinuof that kind and went mi l IkmihIiI
those mime little pills." "Did 1 lind ;hein
v-iHd?" "Why, VeS, tho bent thing of tbo
kind I ever saw, but Hint hns nothing to
do with the lint iimnliou, and I only men
tion the joko oil iiiyaull to show that ad
veriibing dm-s pay."
In laser tl tltit I lly.
Nttv Oiii..i, Xjx., May 31. Judges
J'urdco and r.iiliiiiis, I'nited IVUiti-s Ciicuit
Court, today dnide I Iho drnliin;o warrnul
I'M', involving tl,'.''S.',(0), in luvor of thu
lilh'in lhArMb TrUI.
Hen. K. A. Moor, M.tnlwr of Aawinlily,
. Itn litnohd County, N. Y., wrilr:
Awisuir ii mo k, Amr. K. V., I
Ai rll li, lw.7. I
I luive two afllirtlniii wliirli nmetiims
tiinki lifo a I'linl. ii. One l iUi.ln, tho
ull rr is rln'iiinnli"iii. I hisrd t lint Hhisih
litTii's i n i. tiikrti inie or two s lui'lii on an
rmpty rtiitiiaih, wmihl run- rluiinialic
p:iina. I gate thrill a ihnrniiKh trial fur
ilirve e k. Inking one or tun every nilil.
To my ili l jrlit. not only i Iiumiof
rliriim:itini, hut il,viH i'm, rusiivriH-M and
iioii-ncs. Tlxy did not Inn rd rt With
my dirt or bitini mid I r. ully think (lu in
an liicomparuMu hloml puriliir and miliar
lie. Old brandies for medicinal use.
ItrvurtiT sells Tar t'amphor I V pounil.
J'rfcs'rves cnrH'Uand woolen from iiiontha.
DntxK IlenVrrt's NmU and Mineral
Uatirm 215 Main si. He koept tha Unt.
KrtxJ'nn Shirts a specialty. Finish
ff nulla new. Memphis Slesiii' laiundry.
IV i S-eonil street iintnch olhco, iii
Mrvritis Stestn CnrHt Clrsnlnj and
Itenovating Woiks, i'.M lValu street. Tele
Xote: Open tonight until 9 o'clock.
Saturday Is our great day for tho sale of
For gents, ladies and children. Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Wraps, Hosiery
everything ready to put on, for every ago,
from tho cradlo to thu well, in fact, for
all ages, sexes and conditions.
Wo Aro Selling Off All Our
Ulaqiies, Pedestals aud Uronaos
At a great sacrifice Kow is tho time to buy
your handsome presents; now Is tho tiuio to
buy elegant goods for your homes. Theso
articles aro uot (or a day or a season. A
thing of beauty (and all these are things of
beauty) is a joy forever. Possess oho and
naturally you will bo joyful, but possess
moro than one aud you will bo more joy
ful still. For $o you can buy art works
worth 50. Como uud seo them.
Just Received: Special lot ot La Tosca
Lmbrcllos at $1.75.
Gel l'onr Knndny Restllng Today.
All tbo Juno Magazines aro in. Wo sell
Magazines at less than publishers' prices.
The Century, Scribncr and Harper aro
very interesting numbers. Tho Nino'
tcenth Century has a rejoinder' to Prof,
Huxley's Agnosticism. Wo are still sell
ing olf our sets ot standard works very
THE J. S. MENKEN OOMPANV
DECORA! ION 'DAY
The annual memorial services will tako
place nl thu .Nalioual Cemetery on
Nniidny, Jmir 3, lss".
1'ndcr tho auspices of Memphis Tost No.
:i, liraud Army of the Itepublie.
John ('. Hook, post rouiniiinder.
T. 1!. IMington, senior vie; comm.inder.
litorge Hook, junior vire-coiumuiidcr.
(en. W. J. Smith, adjutant.
W. II. Adams, quartermaster.
M. T, Williamson, otlicor of tiie day.
A. J. Steele, chaplain.
'Iliad Donahue, Ht surgeon,
llxercises will begin pioinpily at 3: .TO
o'clock . nu
Tho pt and vlbilliueo urndiii will form
at tho gate of thu cemetery, and, headed
by the band, will march to the stand.
AMt-intilr ... ..iy Hi Kind
Memorial M rilrcn I jr Meni.lil- r.M N...
Mii-k- Ily i.m- liniil
oritnin ...ll (4.iurnlu T. 11 IjIuiiiiMihi
Mulr Ily Hie I mil I
Ik llflli ll.in. .. lu v. ). . 1 imrMl.ntll
lall.i ........liy Uiv liaiil
A general invitation is extended to all
citizens to meet with us and participate in
Trains'will leavo tho Ixiiilnville & Nash
ville lVpot at I, 2 and 3 o'clock p.m. A
committee in charge of tho train will n
to the comfortable seating of all ladies and
gentlemen. JU'toruing, the Hint train will
Iruve Uio cemetery immediately alter tho
exercises, and will make as many trips ns
mav bo neeiiwnry to provido seats fur all.
Fare for thu round trip, ;i rent.
IWkal hhall Ha lo lih Our nujaT
Is now ticiug asked us by parents, and wo
chii givo no U'tter advico than to recom
mend sending them to that h. polar and
progn'ssivo institution, Tho Nelson I'.iihI
nera College, Second and Monroe streets,
whero they will learn fii;iiriiia and writing
according lo business standards, as well as
spelling, book-keeping, tyx-w riling, etc.
They will only lisvo to study during the
cool hours of thu day nnd will be discip
lined in a tfcntlo but firm manner. The
Nelson College stands without a peer for
thoroughness and respectahihty of pa
tronage. Sianllarf I'litrahlnc
Thn ci 'erjirislug firm of Lalting A Italley
are raidly building a reputation for doing
good work. They huvu already completed
nine of tho moat t! nrouidi and well venti
lated jobs of plumbing ever done in Mem
phis. Their idea is to uso the best mate
rials aud workmanship, which re tilts in
comfort and satisfaction to their patrons.
They mske a ijxlalty of remodeling old
a O. lOOF 6t CO.
Will Fill Orders For
A tr M Any llaaa la Aaarrlra
No carin-ntcrs wsnted in Llttlo Kock. On
strike. CAsrusTKBs' Umox 292.
Mrmphla Carrlaae Warka,
No. 81 and 83 Madison St k sit,
ltcpairlng and Huilding Fine Vehiclos.
Iksiiik your gindumw In tho Cltlwns'
Insunuice oouipauy, No, 43 Madison slreoU
CL08JJfrj gXERCISE3 AT TUB MAR
KET STREET SCHOOL YESTERDAY,
Indications Apparont in Everything That
tne Methods ot Instruction and Per
severance of Pupils Baa Boen the Rule
During the Feasou.
"Whoop! Whoon-co! No moro school
till fall!" shouted tho hid who had studied
for eight long months, as he left tho Mar
ket street school building yesterday noon.
i iu so glad we Imvo a vacution," re
marked his sister in a more subdued,
though nono the less happy touo.
Yos, tho public schools have closed and
tho average boy aud girl are happy.
This 1ms been au eventful year in tho
history of tho public schools ot Memphis.
Ouo of the handsomest school building in
tho wholo country has been erectod. Tho
menus to build others has has been or will
to secured. New methods of teaching
havo been adopted and new branches of
The work during tho past year has been
more than satisfactory. The results ob
tained have been greater than in any pre
vious year of Memphis school history.
The teachers have taught wjtli patience
and perseverance. They have given to
their methods tuch plain and practical
illustrations that tho very youngest could
not fail to comprehenl and understand tho
lessons beforo I ho in. Thu pupils have
studied hard, with an earnest endeavor to
reach the goal. They, both teacher mpl
scholar, have worked wiih A coal that
could not help but crowu their oliuiU wiih
Thoso who attended tho commencement
exercises of tho High School graduating
ciass ai ma ineaier liinrstlay evening, saw
what could lie dono with special traitiimr.
Thoso who visited tho closing exercises at
tho .Market street school yesterday saw tho
average, result of tho year's work iu the
grammar nnd primary grades.
Thoso w ho were not present at thu ex
ercises of tli0v4o two grades missed one of
tho rarest treats of their lives. The teach
ers, parents and children can all feel
proud of what has been accomplished iu
these, grades during llm year. The exer
cise did not consist of'what ordinarily
miiko up a school program. While there
wero declamations and music, the princi
pal feat u re of thu entertainment, was tho
doss recitations. Tho pupils of a whole
room would bo reviewed iu tho work of
tho past year. To attempt to comment
upon any individual class or pupil would
oo unjust, iiiey were nil eifi ct. Yes,
peneci; lorwtieniiu individual tells evciv
thing Ifo is anked without the least hci-ifa
tion, ainl tells all there is lo lie told on the
subject, lie Is iH'rfect. llus w:ts doac by
every boy and uiil in the whole buiidim:.'
What made tho exercise so deeiilv in
teresting was uot oulv tha manner in
which tpieslioiis were answered, but the
ipiejlicins tlieiiiM'lvt-s. llicy wt r not the
Menoty pod pienii ins and answers loiiud
in text books, but practical eveiy diy
subjects. 'J he pupils had not been tl'rilied
cssvially for the occasion, ns it could he
cusily seen that every child thoroughly
understood what he was talking ulsiin,
mel t . icli nu inlvr o( llio d.i-s was re.idy
lu answer any tpiestion L'iven it,
A clans of veiy small children were let
ter iosted on tho topography, resources
manufactures and natural liud physical
mm Injuns ol the Slate of 'limit k-i-" nnd
the ciiy uf Memphis drill nau'-ieiii lis of
the citizens. In fact, what Ihev tl.d n d
know and under bind uhoiit tin- nil j et
tl.d not appear iu the examination. I ,
ci..s-is in mental iirilhiui'li'' wuiiMui dt.'
U'ihxI bank clerks little their f..ces in i.iihu
lieaiioii. One liotieetlilt? feature of On- cxei :1mm
was tho clear cniinrialuui nnd the distinct
ariieiilatinii of all. 'Plus h is been mad" a
s'cially by all thu teachers and is mm
meiidable. The elocution oi so nc of the
Utile ones w.is superb, an I shows lli.it
reeling brs bud excellent teacliers.
One of the exeicis s consisted of a num
ber of children Willi the A iiierieail II. i III
their midst sM'iikin ( of their love and ad
oration lor their coiiiilrv'scolors. A .North
ern lt"public.iii who was present was so
much iiliet te l that te.ns roiled tlown h;s
chei ks in torrents. Ilt'i xplained lesili-ei
feeling by saying that the sik'ld of lilllu
children in the NmiiIi, many of theni chil
dren of ex-Confederates, claiming ulliyi
nice to tho old Nig, w.m lo ire tlnnlm
could stand uud he was unable lo cuiilrul
'I hu exercines in thu Ilih ScIumiI r siai
Were of dillei-eiil li.ilure, but lioleos inter
esling. lu this room w.ta aliown Ihu
works of tlio leachen of elocution nnd
music. Not only wero thu pupils proli
cieul in thu K ieiite of emplin s nnd ar.ie
illatiou, but they iioder-tissl ihu art of
fnciiil opressiuii. The visa! solo, "lit lor
Tat," by Miss Aline Thoiiipui, deserves
ests-iit inciition. She bus a rich, clear,
suioulh tone, and understands bow to us.)
the Voice to a I v.ilil.ie. Her facial expies.
Sinn Slid her impersonation ol lliiM.yiwy
girl was as near pcrln lion ns coiiM povo
bly lie resehisl by a girl of li -r ue. Mu
deserved Ihu t in ere she received.
One of, tho aiccial features of the pint
ve tr hns Im imi Ihu tcaeuue ol music hy
Misi I.yilia Creightou. Previous to this
year music had led been taught in llm
jiiili'ir school of the ily. It was deemed
advisable In muke tin one of the branches,
iiml Mis Cre.yhloii was M iit to Ho-lnii In
study the lli'l. aysti'in of teaeMuu Inu-le.
llm h'snltof per llrst year's wmk has Ihs-ii
cxceplioii.iily i:hI. The pup.U of thu
pruiiiirv ure ablu to sing at siht, and iIiomi
III Ihu iiiylier ura le can cirry Ihe d ll'-rent
parts very creditably. 'Ilia aeer.d of tins
work Is, tbo pupil is not taught Ihu lo lie
Mi nt first, but Icarus thu uoies by ear.
'1 hey are tan .'lit to think thu sound 4 before
they see It. 1 hey g -t aiie-ul d l otierptioii of
sound bcfoi" 'they really know whit
music is. While Ihu pupils Imvo dono
Well ill Ibis brunch iliniiiK ll.o Veiir, tin y
will t'i better in thu iiltlire. Only one
room a week has 1s t n visited duiiiitf Hie
year, but next year armng'ineius will Ihj
lim it) w bcrebv rai li tencher will coiitinoii
the work laid oul by Miss ( reightoii in
The ( intent of Metiijihis may cmgratu
late themselves on the vent's work. 1 hey
may (eel aalislied Unit Ihu instriirtioii of
the' youth of thu city is In good I. amis.
Silpi. (.oilier has shown hiinsed to bu Ihu
riflit man in llm r.ht place. Hu pos
rewrs tbe lin e-iry exi'i utivu ability
lo iiiuk mid carry on a am orfu
file -i. lie I1111 Kiithered uroiuid bun a
corps of le lie s lh.it will runk with imy
in the North or Niulli. Hit has, wi'h the
hkosUiico of these leai hers and pnreu:s,
liisdu the public aehiiul of .Momjibis a
credit lo thu llluUt Ily.
I'alMlral f rrillaa la liliatla Island.
Nrwcoiit, It. I., May 31. In tho lien
crnl Assembly this morning rcKirt from
the Cominltt'-o on Flections concerning
the l'.look Ishiud brilury cam was read.
The rcjMirt stated that scventy-flvo to 100
men wa re bribed lovote for J. C. Shellleld,
Keiiubliran, who holds tho aost, and tint
f jj tn JltsJ arte paid for vole. I he cor
ruption revealed by the reiiort was almost
hnHsiblo lo Is'hevo. llm Ib'publiesfn
made counter charge sgslnst tho lenin
crut of similar pnsrceilings. With the
reiMirt was resolution that Shi'ltield waa
not legally clecled and not rnliiled to his
at. at lu tbe House, and that Christopher
P. PbAmrdtn wna Anlllll t 41. ...... t.1 l
by Shellield. The llouso voted 40 to 21
. a...I.a 4A ...nl... - .1 .
iu Luiiuutiu i liu itiittier to mo January
lation reportttd an act culling a convention
.a nMnniri 4ltA f 'itnol ! I i.l i .... I 1. ...
VVJ 'll-ltllO W.v v'iiillljlUU 1II1U IV WUS
UcQAIUGLE A FREE MAN.
He Returns to Chicago, Is Fined 1,000
and Bet at Liberty.
Chicago, III, May SI. W. J. McCJarl-
glo, cx-Wnrdou of the Cook County Hos
pital, who has been a fugitivo from juslico
under iudictiuont, osono of tho ''bootllers"
in tho county ring, living for so mo time in
ltnuf, ltritish Columbia, walked into Judg
Siicpurd'a courtrooiu shortly beforo noon
today and delivered himself tip. MeGaii
glo pleaded guilty to a charge of conspir
acy. A lino of $1,000 was nt oneo im
posed, and when it is paid he will bo freo.
When McUariglo tlvd to Cauada, nuarly
two years ago, ho was under sentence, of
two years in the penitentiary, but a peti
tion for a now trial was pending in tho
courts. After his departure tho petitions
for n now trial in his cave and that of Kd
McDonald wero denied. Mcl'nnald's
case went beforo tho Supremo Court, uud
tho decision of tho Inner court was re
versed. Tho action before Judjjo Stiopurd
this morning was simply the grunting of a
new nnd immediate trial to Mcliarigle.
anil the imposing of a line ou his plea of
At tho samo time the State's Attorney
dismissed the case against Kd McPonuld,
engineer of the asylum, who was con
victed of bribery connected iu the crooked
bcss with Mcliarigle. Tho State's Attor
ney said that as tho Supremo Court had
granted Mdianglo a new trial, that ho was
convinced that he could not again bo con
victed, and ns he had been confined in tho
county jail for over a year and a half, the
Slate would lie w illing to drop further pro
coedinns. Tho orders wero made, the
tines and cost paid tuitl Mcliarigle uud
Melioiiuld are free turn once again.
The Chief Kmson fr His srrtst hmw of
lli.l'i strrii: u lotiwl In tha fsrt tin
ll.o II Wilis, il ! th kr.t Mtml pntlllrr ami
tctv:.Vj nrroitliIUIiM nil thst U rl..lil.i'tl for It
I rrr. J uuly l I . I. Iltssl A lo.. Lowall, Mul
TY tilSd THE OtSUIKII
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sinvr:visrd u ti. r.m.i.io
wrspif-r fnaii .nx of the pcnulno Jin,
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I'nx, wiih your il !r, pithily wiil
tetif nrvl we v. i I imd t'ii. l nlil'il
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BUUliCIUDB FOH TIIH MEMPilId
ia ioic. v .- r 1 -fRVOUTinirrtLlTT
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1888 - SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
EH.Eia-.ISrT CLOCKS, BRONZES, ETC.,
W Aro Dotormlned to Oroatly lloduco In the) Xoxt Few Woek by
OITFISRING- A.T LOW PRICES
Our Block Is) Entirely Too Largo for tho Ooaioo. Cill at Onoo and Oot First Oholo and a Paralii.
S1IK TKI.bs HIM
" later unto Amieola
Camo a pale, face preacher, teaching
IVace and progress to the natives;
Wooed and won ho I'uillla.
She nobler to ma'.o his calling,
Whispered to him nature's secret
Told him of tho herbs so pot 'lit
Tor tho healing and the .saving."
XXTIUCT riloM rol.M OF "lANITA."
Treat i-o on Skin and Itlood
BEND FOR PRICES
CK MASON S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM At.'D FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
R. L. Cochran & Co.
OAW AUD TLi.KIMO MILL, KAVV-YAnU.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, foldinnf, Lum1)or,
Lath and Shmlo, FloorlnkT, Colling and Codar Posts.
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Si. Jv U'MVEUSOI-EMIDT,
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MARTIN WALT& CO.
FOrt THE SALE Or ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCt
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TIIK MODI-: ft KEKTAUItANT (K MKMl'IIIH.
t Inrl the I'rlr. me ol All V Ii . .n rl.il (.ih'I I.Iviuk.
FOH GCNTLEJIlN AND L4DII 8. ll N DAY AND NIGHT.
Ill : 7".P.
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An Killtor's I: xnnrlenco.
Major Sidney llerheil, a w II known Jo ir
nnlitt in avrieulturul liii lt t, writes April Id,
1SMI: Some five years utro I wrote 11 leit'r
staling tli it Swift's Spi'i'ii'c had cured ice of
severe ilieum itisin. Sin r that time I Imvo
Iiml no return of the rheumatic troubles, u.
thiuii;h ire.U''iitly expoved to tho Influences
tied produced former titlarks Sevorul of my
fr eiiiN hud a similar etperii ice, mid are linn
In their e.iiiviction that H. H. S. broiii-hl a
permanent Cure, ihe srarehlnir power of
this lueilii Ine it shown in tlio fm l lm It do
Vi'loH'd 11 iicrofuloiis tiiiht that was consple
nuns in my blood over thirty years nco, ami
has r moved the last trace of It, I luiveuho
listed S. S. S. us a tonic sfler a severe attack
of malarial fever, w hich kept me In bed for
thr.o in. milis, nnd nm eonviie o I that lis
curalivn ami stn n -tlieiilng properties in
sured my riTiiVeiy from lint IIIii.hi, ns I si
in a Very low con liiion of health.
Sihnky llmuiKiir, At'nuhi, tia.
s 1 sso,
r. W. KOnfTKOT.
ujim run r&tt,
lauu. ltook of
Memphis, : Tenn.
rm koto us.
I onl Ilintiior,
C. T. Troit,
li W, Allium,
1). I'. Ilsrt.li u,
II. ('. (iravM,
Yi. N Jiniwn,
Js I w, Jr.,
J. M. lleMnsnn,
J. 1. Jenny,
Jacob Wei If r,
He. II. Vancej
J. W. (oehran,
V. A. KrcrmaO.
C f. FrpivoiUi.
;01IN W rocilRAN, I'mlilrnl.
l.Ul'H IIANAl'KK. VIxI'mMont
JDUN M. l'l'.TKKS, Culilrr.
C C. bKLUliS, AalslAUt Caatilca
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Alliance ttank, Limited, London. England
Chemical National Hank, I I I New York
c. o. p.
Cottoa Seed Lard
VVerranto J Freo From Hog Fa
tor Fals tj All (Inns, m-iid lui IUulrtu4
l a ni'lilcl. Kutlilcil:
"Somo Things About Lari"
UNK Itl'Miltl ll I'ltlZR lilNNEH,
r How to I'mvM a (leoi IMnm-r fur Four Ti-noiSJ
I. ir one 1'ollar.
An c'vll:il CiNi'i 1-oet nf i'O rf I J mv. yit
IxIiiHk .nit limiiln' I I'Miiicr I'll I. ol I art., lih In.
nitih Ujiii. huii lo 1 r-. n .velt o.ii. ! thai tlio timl
11 I i''ri'i i'miiiiiiI uiiviilui.eilo.lar; aau, 14
d. IH'iinal ri lf a.
till. tHliiil'l.i l"i' Kill Iwihrn frr.' In am nnt
riiliiifl hi tr k.-nii'is' U I t r iM.' .'uiIiir Ilia rnr
rliwul l. uly t in 11 mill ol (' . '. I'l.l li1
si 1 II I M(H. at our Hr. iii' U Mow. Nu. 1 V. ;.
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I'-.i Ii .il uf our I sr.! i-onlnlii. a It. lot. tho ninrv
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THE COTTOS OIL PRODUCT COBPAB!
HIRES' ROOT BEER
Tiiv I'nra.l ami ltrt Hilnk lu - World.
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A l'ariar (II1411I.I1 S.Hi, Hn'.t I Ua liallona
EVEHY DOTTLB GUARANTEED
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Tiy It ai d You Will Not H. Without It.
Til 2 ONLY UUN'L..
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OVKll Vii.iioil IS U-l'i
No Tjl-r, no Ciejm, no Ujngtr, no Coal,
noAaM?a, no Kninrtr, Suitable lor
l.vi K rd ol Piwrr. and
ttj.-icj with a Match.
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Is a .ra, nrullnii nl 1n I j which Its
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