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"COME; LET US REASON."
FttllNDLT BDOOESTION3 FOB THE ORAND OPEBA-HOUSB PKOPLB. Bbrawd and Expsrlanotd Mind Points Doubting Finger at the Ground Floor Plan of tba Institution, and Also tbe Reservation of Private) Box&s, It U all essential that tho Grand Opera House, now an awuirud net, tarring l'rov idential Interference, be properly con structed, and managiHl skillfully after bo log thrown open to tho public y There ia no reason to snjipose tho stocV ' holder do not earnoHlly dusire and Intend , bo conducting their valuable property. Tho foIlowlngcoDiiuunifution may prove of great interest and vnluo to tho gentlf men, il U'ing blued upon Tim Ari'EAi.'i c intorviow with Col. Willinrn SI. Furring ton in ycstorilsy's Iwuic: To the Kdltor of Tho Ak'a1: leading your interview yoMcrdoy with the cumniittee in reforcnee to building tho new theater, I dosiro to any a few words, as I am gntatly Interested in teeing an oilier theater hero. Wo need it badly. At tiie present time, during tho theatrical season, a great many lino combinations cannot be engaged for Memphis (or the want of tlact our present thenter having all datea fur tlie season filled, a vueaucy only occurring by accident. 1 see the gentlemen are going to recom mend building a theater with business houses on tho ground floor. In my hum ble judgment it will be a serious mistake . and work to the disadvantage of the thea ter. A theater should lie built on tho ground floor for convenience atidforlho safety of the public. Thn entrance could be iu tho renter with business houses on either side and tho theater proiior bo thrown in the rear, but let it bo on thn ground Hour. The terrililo Ore in the Brooklyn Thea lr, few years ago, and the Opoia Coiniquo in I aria Isst 3 oar, where so uisny lives were lost. Is bull fresh iu the minds of tho public Neither one ol these thea' tors were on the ground floor. , The nct important foaturo arises In re ' gsrd to the stork holders' tweiitv-llve nri- vato boxes, which are to be held by them . free of chsrge. The gtmtlemva have not thought ol Uie probable disastrous result of the move, it will give a free uiciiiIht ship list nightly of fifty Hrsoiis. oiitnido of those who must lie silinitleil through tlie niruisr tmainna or too theater. Jt Is a lisutnloiis compliment the stockholder are payiog themselves, tbeis beautiful tliestur tbey propose erecting and the ro apectable cunitanirs they tnMw having amar, to stale. "To retail! slid occupy tfioeo boles will be an assurance to tlio pnbiin of a rrepectalili) atleiidance." It is well understood that they are not putting nn a "variety house." The mere nam. of the gentlemen connected with tlie en terprise give it the highest ritHH.-Utliility, without them being seated in tlnsto Ixixea, fre of chargo. In the event that the stockholders rim the theater, they will discover si the end of tlie first eesson, how desrly they have psid for their Imies, on the system named. They are, pcrlirjia, not aware that Micr a liit class coiupsny will not play in their house or rhsrgo them 5 per ceuL inoru tluiu they Would other also. As busineas men, who want to invest their money to besr a fair percentsge, let them talrululo S jier rent, of the receipts nightly during a season of sis months, end see whit tho boxos cixt them ami how they reduce the pcrecntngo on their investment. Ilia caltululii 11 is based upon a presumption that tlie stock holder will run IU They may say they Sail trssethe Ibestnr. cry gisxl. I ll .! it Iruui that atsndjMilul. A msnsger , " ' willtluuk l Ice before tiking hold of a bouse with such a fre list studied. IW. ' aides having .0 pay a high rent, he would have to psv 6 er cent f the nightly re ceipts for the amusement of Ihu stw khold ers. Msking the cslculstion on a season ( sis months or twenty-six weeks, would le .UJ er week; total for six months. t'.Huu Ono who is not fully veracd in the business) mar lake hold, but it will on.ly.ba question ol time, and short at ('"v ,en lie II let looao. It will rvvjCfuuus to both aide, At tho "Academy U Music" in New ork, tlis ttorktHiliWV bona were the t-ona of,cojlten(o'n snd lluslly broke it up. V-a stiio thuig has rsucd trouble in . "iville. If New Yoik, with Its millions, V could Oot successrully handle the cane, liow ran Memphis stand (he onoruious amount of Iseiily five boxes? Now is the time to ronsiilsr these mat trrs. If pnerly built, and run on busi. mws principles. It will psy. I am anxious for the new theater, and will do all In my , humble way to bring lino atlrsrtions if ran secure dates, or 1 sin willing and ready to lease tlie theater lor a term uf Un ?ears, if the free bos clause is left out. I isve in my poam-saion at tho present tune a letter offering me, .r next season, Theodora Ihomas's Onlicstra w ith Jom lly, Hranss's Orchestra, tho Jm h Opera Com- r any and tho l'aiiianlnl-Whitney Opera uncert C'oinany. and must propalily re ject thrm all, as there ia tio place to put them. ItcapMtfully, l.uim I.iv. Under advmcubnt. Can Widower Without Children Claim His Kiempitons? Justice Ilughry has a esse under s I risemriil that was argue.1 yesterday by CoL Igingtun on the ono side, and Messrs, lUliolt and llaucock 011 tho other. The fscts are these: A man named Ihss Cleveland Lad been living on lutiuisls terms with a woman for "ouple f yesra. H.esiikened and wa. about to die, and l:iaa, thinking thst he could asamigo his grief by enjoving the snug personal prop. rny owneu or 111s woman. pniMr. to tnsrry her. They wore married, and the next lsr there was a funeral, with im chief muiirnur and broken heartixl bridn- firooin. Ihere were si versl little bills ow ng on hit lie's sickness and burisl. lie wss sued snd bldi-mcnl obtslned aciiml Jiiin, Nmie mules, tho iniertv ol Ins Hil, were levied on snd sol I to ssllsfv the sVlgmenL After the sain Knts repluviued JV stuck and claimed they were not sub ri,T"JklIU,'' '"'"K cmpted to him st H J 1 V fsmily. Tho question to U V. 'let her or bot the hnahsnd s Tss W"1 "" exists, or did It die .UvfcjMw II him l his wife. Iftbo Kil tirVl 1 h"" '"'-""'"i hs.i died, i ll III " bl"" ,,0,u "'e liisrnsge ' V-'ll Pi ""on; without tlne ir-vU iii'"- hooks for OJTfrrrrrrTrn-si s.lkXbWI JU . tit iufii Fi ) feiva "l 1 gianl. rM I, .r i.'f ih a imiit ol a riiim i1 11 I nlfit' Uk . nvYntnni. f lb kfvli o) 1 S 'if-l t'lilltl-Iriiliiir-t. l'iin-- ai' Vit llmllhltil I'f nm Ukli s I l. r n..i aouuin As ,,. . LlbMur Ainu I-..I.: ..,,1, i,i,. nn io. luur. itAKiNo ifwibt ttx ' fii'-ct IW VS. MIO. S A Co, ASPHALT PAVING fitr (Vllar. Warfhnti ant HiaMr Fl.10.some rr.. kluhen tarla, Walka snl ltl( ni.'' l rr lni lamim-M; ml n'l; rlralt, t Slime: In Military lHuroalrl. ' jiVIOM C I14 la-iMoKHoacr. l. plM.ix-C -41. J. r. PRUTZMAN k CUltiie ALS'J VRAYtL Ituori.W. THB LAST AND THB OREA.TE3TI The volume of our business yesterday exceodod by tome hundreds that of any day this your. At first glance it looks strange tlmt such should be the case at this season, but tlioeo who took advantage of yesterday's salo were not surprisod, be causo the inducement) oflered were grant, aud, as all will testify, excocded tho ad vertisements auuouticing the salo. We will have ou salo today all of tho ar ticles offered vesturduy at the same prices clothing, silks, dress goods, wraps and dresses, mualin underwear, white goods, domestics, books, fancy goods, car puts, laces, liowicry, gloves, furnishing goods, crockery, china aud glassware; also tho 61 useful household articles fur $1.00. Uo side theso, wc will add t'reab liar sin In lihlng aud kltoea. fresh Haraalus In Itrsss Hoods nnd Stllks. 1'rrah llnrjnlua In Itumeatirs and I.acea. To Oiiu Fin km is: Thore are numorous ways, as tho saying goes, adopted to at tract business, and failure follows In tho wake of the great majority. Wo have adopted a way that never fails a wuv in deed opeu to all and yet often discarded ins una: e auvcruso only what we huvo; eaell thorn at tho prices adver tised; we sell them at the same price to all; iu a word, wo obwrve the plain, un varnished truth in doaling with the pub lic, and that's alL "Is that all, indeed?" asks Kichard l)oo, "and why cau't 1 do the same?" lteully, Kichard, you could, if yon had learned w hat truth is. earlier. but now it may bo too lute; yet try it, but suck 10 11, at wo uo. Ilon'l Fergel Our II l-9e tllngbatns at l-Se. Vox t ronasr our 25o whito goods at l()c. 1os't fohoet Androscoggin domestic at 7c. jHjN'ironusT Now York shoe! I ngu at Ana, dear irienti, don t forgot that we are pretty well rushed in delivering goods, so ie lenient with us; wo know you will; you hsvo always been kind to our uouto. TUB J. & MENKEN COMPANY. ROUND TRIP RATS TO NEW YORK, Via Memphis Charleston Railroad. We have on sale, via Chattanoofa. Itria- tol, Norfolk, ami Old Itomiuion (-team. ship Lino, round trip tickets to Now York, good to return until October HI, at M'.i.M). 'this includes meals and staterooms on steamstiip in both directions. No change of train Uilwcou Memphis ami Norfolk, and we beat the quickest of other routes. ly. A. I'K.S.USUKR, A. U. I. A, DEPOSITOR!' NOIICB. Manhattan Bavlogs Bank and Trust Company. Interest at the rate of three (3) per cent per annum hss bwu declared byllie llonrd 1 irusteesol this lsnk on all accounts en titled thereto, payable on and after July imereti not arawn win ue crei Itod the sauiu aa any regular deimait. All urMiu nisue prior to Vlis btu tay ol esc'l iuoiiiii will u sr liilurest Iroiii tint 1st. Jamrs Natiian, Cashier. REMOVL. Thos, F. Purrs',, Aj Co. IUe reniovM.l to Ij Kuith Court street, under tlas'on's Hotel, where they hsveon exhibition the light running New Home and Hour-hul l hewing Machines. These are undoubtedly the lighieat running and luoat aimplo machinos ever brought to this city. 'I heae mschines will lw sold at f:resi reduction for cash, or uueaiy month y payuienta. B. O. TOOF A Oa Will Fill Orders For UTIItSUMArillMU, tSIMTIXO, T.LANK lKK As Lew as Amr llwnoe 1st Ataerlen, lbs Krl rtax-e In Mmrkls To lisve you nice suit of clothes mado la It. McMthou's, No. TA I'nion streeL liassrss n arwovm y tiis vs or coco ami. And It stlmulatis and promotes the gronrlh id the hsir. liuruett't Usu Flavoring txtmrts are tbe Miiaairri Iiarrhua Cordial it no mere pa I lis tor for the hovel diwirders or loin tx.iary ndief of the Ixmels, but It it a poel live and pcruiancut cure when used at din-cti-d. Are Tan tJailna In liniM Anvthlng fioin s fence to a business block? Your oriler will 1st given prompt attention by the Wright l.timber Company, Iowa svmue, l-ort l lcaerilig. lelephone I,J07. snasikM Brrls Wnrna, Niav 91 asp K3 Madison Ptrxkt, Ilcpalring and Untitling Fine Vehicles. 1 nntnter MrMrlt-asssiala and Ren. nor. Tliringh sleepers, doublo dully lint, .by .Memphis A t hsrloston l.nilioaj, only, K ud lor guide books and excursiun rates, I'rrMaal fstfetv depemls uion pure and unadulter ated fool, therefore, in ordering Vinegar I sure you gel lbs "Oark" brand, which Is indorsed by every large grocur in the routn, IsMlay io lo Floyd A Mooncr'e for dinner. All the luxuries of lbs sottsnn. Mning roora alasys cool, clean and plesw L ItisxxsT sells Tar Camphor l.V pound. I'reserves csr.eU nnd woolen from mollis. litrxg Ttrnkrrt's (Sods ami Mineral Waters. SIS Main at lit keeps Ihs best I.acs curtains rlcanetl and beautifully Cniahed at Memphis Meatn laundry, 2J4 cxt ond stmt, jirsnt ti cilice Jl wsaisvo. MiMisairri liatTlitea Cordial cures an tu rner complaints, dysentery, diarrlura, flui, ciauip colic aud griping pains. I-nog out for C. O. 8, advertisement In Bunday's Arrstu lsrrtyturr'ii'''ses In ths Cltlsllns, iLsuiaiKS wuibjuiy, Nu U Isdiaou lUteU THE MEMPHIS THAT WRIT OF OUSTER. A MOTION TO ODBT THB WEIT FILED IN CHANCERY. Seasons Why the Bill Bbould Be Quashed Set Fortb by tbe Bon. J. J. DuBose's Bolloltors The Motion Will Be Taken Up and Argued Today, Interest has beo,n rovlvod in tho pro ceedings pending against Criminal Court Judge tho lion. J. J. DuBoso, by the fil ing of a motion by Judge DuBoso's solic itors in the Chancery Court yesterday, The motion will bo taken up this morning ns tint is regular motion day, and argu ments In the caso will be listened to. The motion to quash is in tho following Urn guago: In tho Chancory Court of Shelby Coun ty, Tenn. State of Toiinessoe ex rel.. A. J. liurris, I). C. Slaughtor, J. W. Levi, C. r. 1'ciiunn, .lames lxe ana 0. a. iJouglas vs. J. J. 1 Mi I Jose. Comes the tuid J. J. Luliose and moves the court to quash tho proceedings against him in this case and luke tho bill from tho files. 1. Ilecauso the bill is not filed bv ths District Attorney-Uuucnil on behulf of the ntato ot JcnncsHco on Ins olllcur response bility, nor signed by him ollleiully. . 2. ltecnuso tho same is filed by attorncvt who have no legal authority to act in the promises. 3. liccauso tho attornoyi for ths relators cuunot tile such a proctteding. 4. liccauso thore is no authority in law for relators to file a bill to oust a public olllcer whore no private or individual right of any of relators it concerned, but only a public prerogative involved. In such cases tne proceedings can bo brought by the Nule aloiio. by and through the District Aiiorncy-Ucuernl, acting ollleiully, and then only by direction of the Attorney General of tho Htate, or of the Governor, or of the Ueuorul Assembly of Ihs Mute. o. itecause relators in tho cause, one and all, are atoppod from filing tlie pro ceedings in this cause by reason of their long acquiescence In said J. J. Duitose Holding his said olllce ol Judgo ol the Criminal Court of Hholhy County, Tenn.. tow it: for tlie period of two years and eight and ouedialf months up to date ot filing the sumo. U. liccauso this court hat no jurisdiction to oust said J. J. DuIUjso from the olllce of judge sforesaid on the grounds alleged In the bill in this cause, but bv thn Cnn. stltution of tho Htato the (ionural Assom bly alone is invested with such nowur and authority. JllMBV Chait, J. II. lUlSKRLL. C W. lUlSKBLL, Jamrs II. Malonc, Wat. M. Uanoou'H, KUITU A COI.I.IRB, Solicitor! for Defendant The argument on the motion will it- tract a crowd of anxious listeners, and ths ruling of the Chancellor will be road with Interest. If tho motion is granted, ths ruso against Judgo DulU.se falls to tho ground with the conventional "dull aud sickening thud." If the motion la over. ruled or denied then the plain issue must be joined by tho 1st of July by formal answer lo the bill. In this event there is no telling what course will bo pursued. .Meantime Judge Dullose claims: "I'm ainensbla to the law like all other citizens. This is tho doctriuo that I preach daily from Ihs bench, and what is sauco for ouo must be sauce for all." A CRAPROOU ROW. History of the Mysterious Bbootlng Wednesday Night. About 11 o'clock Wednesday night a pistol shot and a woman's screams, near the corner of Second aud Oayoso streets, caused groat excitement aud no lltllo ac tivity by the police. hile It w ai finally an accepted belief that nobody was injured, still tho mystery was unsolved, ami worried the police. l-ater In the night Kd Albritton, who wss iunMcted, telephoned to ths Police station that ho would surrender and stand trial yestorday morning, lis was arrested, and, at usual, had hit ttory. It wst lo the elloet that he and I'rlnee Itice, another colored man, hid a dispute several dsyt ago, and aince then l'rlnes has made a tiumlier of threats against bis life. Wed nonsdsy night he saw ltice advancing to ward him in a threatening manner, aud believing that ha (Kice) meant him harm, he pulled a pistol and tired lo frighten his aupMed assailant. The facts in tho case are these, aa will lie shown at the trial this morning: Olbritton is manager of the rrsp den at Adeneal'a saloon, on Human- do street I n nee lllce was one ol Ins pat rons during ths evening. As tho game itrogremetl ho snd Itice became entangled n a wordy war. Albritton etylod hi sd versary a d d thief. In the way ol reci procity Kice dealt him a slinging blow In the mouth. They clinched, but were separated by tpecUtors. Itice retreated through Ihs back door. Albritton went to the front, armed himself with a gun and olluwotl ltice, who preceded him, to I h arch s saloon, at Ncoiid and liayoeu, hiding iKihind tho rnulhousu in the rear. A woman who saw the maneuver ami di vined the intent, informed Kice) of hit enemy In ambush. Without apparent dread Kice Harted toward the coalhouae, along Uayntti. Albritton flrotl harmlessly and ran, ami the woman screamed. That 1 the ttory. BOUND OVER. Tbe InsUllmsnt Company Osln a Point Helore Justice lllacawslt The cae ol H. Fenny, mentioned In yesterday'a Arrxw, was tlinos-d of on yesterday by Justice lllsckwell and the defchdont bound over lo ths Criminal Court. Fenny is a hod csrrior, and pur chased from tho Tennessee Installment Company, certain Jewelry-a ring and a gorgeoua cluster of diamonds, for which he sgrecd to psy fx Fenny aayt the arti cles were warranted to him as pure gold and thst when he discoyeml that they were rightoen carst csntllrxtiek brnst he rebelled:. Ho Inul paid .'.:i.' on the puichss ami wanttsl the ainouut refund ed to him before giving np ths gems, in court Fenny tendered a return of ths goods but refused to pay ths costs of ths esse, lis was Itountl over. The jewels wore turned oyer lo Juatiro lllsckwell, who tore oir a piece ol the first ai;e of Tux Al'l'KtL and can-fully rolled them tip, remarking, "They are daisies," And they are. Hie ring is immense. Originally It was proltahly worth a shooting gallery cigar. Hie diamond clmler is a grand aggrega tion ol kohl usirs of the lirt wster, pure Hot Springs, itslsclicul, diamonds thst hens snd L'liatonixl like the eyes uf salted mat kerel. The w hole purrha' wss worth, end well worth, -a bushel. The caw will Is carried lo ths Circuit Ourt on sp poul. r Pais fmm Inillgntlini. iypepls, and too Hearty estlnn. u riv si nnrs by inking one oM srir-r a l.lule Uvsrlllls immediately after uiuiirr. lKiu'1 fuivri tliia. C. 0. H. AiivmrrtssMiMT will apirar In Sunday 1 A its a l, lUjsd lk APPEAL FRIDAY, erers trj- CEOM Stomach and Liver dorange t ments-DyspnpsIa, BUiouiness, Slck Headache, and Constipation-llnd a safe ana certain relief In Ayer-s fills. In ill cases wbers a ca thartic it needed, theae Pills are recom mended by leading physicians. ' Dr. T. E. Hastings, of Baltimore, ssys: "Ayer's Pills are tbe best cathartio and aperient within the reach of my profus- inn t Dr. John W. Brown, of Oceana, W. writes 1 -1 nave prescribed Ayer I Fills in my prsctlt;n, aud nml them ex cellent I urge their general use In families." . " For a number of years I was afflicted with billnusnnss which almost destroyed my health. I tried various remedies, but nothing afforded me any relief until I Itegan to take Ayer's Fills." O. 8. Vt'an.lerllcli, Bcranton, I'a. " I have used Aynr'i Pills for the past thirty years, and am satisfied I should not be alive to-day If it had not been for them. They cured me of dyspepsia w hen all other remedies fulled, and tlielr oecaslonil use has kept me Iu a healthy , condition ever since. T. P. Drown. Chester, Fa. "Having been subject, for years, to constipation, without being able to And much relief, I at lost tried Ayer's Pills, ami ileein It both a duty and a pleasure to testify that I have tlerived great ben efit from tholr use. For over two years post I. have taken one of theae Pills every night before retiring. I would mt willingly he without tliin."--0. W. Bowman, 20 East Main it, Carlisle, Fa. "Ayer's Pills have been used In my family upwards of twenty years, anil have completely verified all that la claimed fur them. In attacks of piles, mm w hlch I suffered many years, they afforded me greater relinf than any med icine I ever tried." Thomas F. Adams. Uully Bprings, Texas. Ayer's Pills, rasrsaao st Dr. J. 0. Ayer k Co., LowsIL Mats. Bold by all brngfuaasad Dealers is Kedldae. DrStBETTSOETTS 818 Main St, Memphis. KVIi VfiTTS ttllty. Spermslorrhnse. Seal Leas ol vital rewsra, SWplManeaa. IiSBonttBry, I.4MI M Mavrr, tnhto ol Idaea, ImiIuJ. UlimnliMaS. panMsioa at Spirits, Ararlon is lr, raally Bianoungwl, IacS ot Condtkotav imiii, i.muan. i nni nr "tnar or eulnta. an4 Sn.ta 111 - K..t- a.toviw .. u I. j . . . v J nl t-hlVATfLY CL'gri.. BLOOD AND SKIN ?SSJS rll.ls la in raaulta eoeipleiety etatlmutt alihoel Uf was ol mervury, serulula. Lmlpalaa, lenr Soma, Klotrbaa, fimMrw, Uieen, l"altn In the naaa ann room. erBiuuu eor TBmat Mmita and Inrtf.i. Ui.rtti, aSo., riHM ANK.NTLT 1 kki) win: otiikhJ have raii-aa TTRTNAPV Kidnry an4 piadrr Trmblea, rranueoey ol t'rteeling. trios hlh rvlmrd si wim iniia paoiinaoi ta laaaitig. Oftnorrhoffa, UMwLtnuua, eta., brwupU sail asWr eured. I bargfai raasaaabla TO TODIG IEI AID MIDDLE ICED IE!. A CTTDP rntfJ? Tilt awral sfSMta el i UUUU ItUIYC. t.r1y Vies, which brlnss amenta wak . oMtmyint dmb miea ass nu. with all IW (Iraa Utll Ilia, ananUr awrxL MPS RVTrQ Ad'InwtUxnaeke ln aajrvd Uimarltas r pmtwf Indulsatms nlJltar7 bablU. ablck both body sn.t minX aaOuUsl UM tor btaat I rule ' ot Bwnua. kMIHl M or rhraa nMniMSiitliaMM Ula, swale el ahTakml ahtllty. etu. klf aautUd. OU1I NUCCESil labaeM epna tar la, rtr-rrarttoal BiMrlsiM. Sarnn. grrry mas Is earwrtalif Mwtiad. Uios starUui arlslil Iblnl-Mailiaioae are prird la out --r"""rrul tanh mn. Uiuaeuecs Ins rnroa liboul Injury. S Baa S an puUia-e rr ealattralrd worka an Clirvale. harroua ml lslfi Damn 1bna nlacanL era frtasdlr loiwrur rail mar ae jus rslnra suevrtng sst ahaaxk aat add foldaa twue ks Ufa. MTSs latter aaamrad unitai ao- oatt4ld bf lrnw In its tap. AaMssnataaJlos) Pits. HKTTfcJ A& miTTS. iiKfRI Hotkvt: I A at. TO I CM. DR. SCHENCK'S PtJ AN DRAKE PlLLS Are the safrtt, wmt and tjwtlW vrgriahU msedr In lh wotlil fK all Vuctn of the bhswaih and Utst, ' BECAUSE Thry clau lbs linlnri ( Slipnuu k and bowtlt Redwe cengnlloa la all Ihe otgaoa, llaal Imtaied and earned pant, I "Tumult bealihy action and inrt serrttloes, Correct lbs till sad cure bilHnuana, Make pure blood and give It frre flow, Thai erad avtrlaMnt lo every n. I Do sot hll tekMld f IV. Vl-en.fl srw and admirable trVntta oa the l.nnirt, Ihe Lier, and the hloaub, wub tlxir dimues and ewe. It shouada la rierllrnl Informa Uoa, and Will g1' T" hteas shout thne vital organs andlh laa-t of beallh yoa sever before, beat bee. DR.SCHEf.CKS MEDICINES PUUIOHIO tYRUI. CAVttD TONIC ., MANORARE PILLS, runrtrvtotTASLC. t 4 are lor sale by all IViggltia. Fall printed directlona wilk sawk kage. Adthns all eotnrn tinlrarretq i't. J. II. Skkawik A Sua, PhiUarlplila, l a. uST0??Il3 Hit Ipr.EUNB SOR&AT NKIWI UkaT.TsisTs 'lwtfnsh"tii4a law r" v ras t rwt, rm-'pt see, t4lLI4a " atswt-4 A ist air.r 4 I m s i tff4n Ku ,. las rn ttKV lSa We.sMfresl,tMs av ..-V Mwe ef ,!. fist I't t.H a te-si ,rV i rswtn)- -4f ' im:T4t : bubsxt.bs for Ths Wevily Appeal Cm Mf;2 J el fcaa" -iW if 4la"k!J!jl VimI f. Wft-t.rw.r.t-.T w s V I . m. ,1 -l r. v M sv . ,.- i a-".--n-. tw.wf.yg "V - - a . . iiii, I JUNE 28, ISSa r ,.ri. Porter & Macrae GOTTON WHOLESALE GROCERS 300 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn, Builder? . Hardware and Fine Toots Our Specialty. "There Will Be a Fleht. and A f J IRADE r '1 V V it PAREENT, WILLIAMS &CO successors to wan l it & PAKRENT, ' ' 387 and 380 Main Street, ... Memphis, Tenn. SEND FOR PRICES OF MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLT FANS TO Floyd & Co. LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY. IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON STONE CHINA. II C. R. POI.I.ARn. JACOB VOOHUE1.1 Late With F. W. Hlierrill S Co. POLLARD, VOORHEIS & MATTHEWS AND C0M1MISSI0N MERCHANTS 200 mONT STREET, FRANK SCHUMANN -IMPORTER AMD f VsJ ' V ) lyV" -'rt aaa' Oy. A Z. N. ESTBS & CO. (StCCESSOIW TO Wholesalo Grocers Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Un'on w.nx v. a. HiaaoK. FLY, HERRON & HOBSON, Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. No. 822 ind 324 Front Street Memobij. Tenn. II. a CI LLEN-, Sec'y A Treat, MEMPHIS MACHINE CO. General Machine Shop Work and Heavy Blacksmithing, Our Works Art Ksw and E.jultir'! With V latest IinpmTeJ To. 60 JEFFERSON ST., MEMPHIS , i. m. nocxnnT. h. a wilkinboh. DOOKERY, WILKINSON & CO. Cotton ractors and Commission Merchants, No. 360 Front Street, ADVAMOKll MA SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY APPEAL IMPORTANT FINEST PEBBLES FITTED PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. MULFORD'S. 294 FACTORS OurStockis Complete in Every Detail and We Invite a Comparison of Goods and Prices. Our Small Profits Will Win." WIRE WORK OF ALL KINDS. Screen Doors and Windows X-Cull ind are my WROUGHT IRON EXTAXDED METAL AND WIRE FENCr. Guaranteed by Chas.Goebels&Co. 418 Second St. Near Beale. C. U MATniKWa Late of U. C. Howard dt Co. MEMPHIS, TENN. DEALER IN- GUNS, RIFLES.PISTOLS All Kinds Ammnnlllon. Fine PnrltH Cnllsry, Drlaanrs, MtliH) lai kla. rvlura. SrU, Km 412 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS. TENN. L.niiluHiirln. ....I II . . I.I.. . I . ... . I . t mi -I-u Siauuor and ail.ln ilia guaranteed, Am' for Ihe ttor.nallr JanVf Mauil'f Co.'a Olsbrmlad llleelae, TrtrsaUs ma arsand Inr CaUlncnea ESTE3, DOAN A CO.) and Cotton Factors Street, Memphis, Tenn. AMIOMOt GODDAIID A DI KE, Mnnart. TENN. : TELEPHONE No. 03(3 ntxRT bakks c wacixdox aaniial'T ni ' 1 Samia'aa, Up-Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENN IKT OAHIt TO DEFECTIVE -AND- riMManiit.-vjfc BLACKBERRY EREAT REMEDY a m MM asaa mm a mmm A SURE CURE FOR DIARRHOEA FLUX CHOLERA INFANTUM - IN CHIL DREN TEETHING A PURE VEGETABLE mrnsn TENTS THE WEBB MFC CD. Nashvu.le.Tenn. Tfanydi-alrr sars ba tiasltieW. T Dontlaa ahiM-a without naitis and prlcw aUuiiMa est the IkSIoui, put faltm duwa aa a Iraiul. V. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. 1tut In the world, rsamlna his H.IMI IIKM INK II INDsrU I II MIOK. .IM IHMtlKMni Wl I T MIOK. SI. AO l-OI l K AMI rAK HI IIV SHOE. I FX I It A IK I Al V MIOl, 4.SS M.KKIiCM4M-M Ml' Ai.iMl ao.l tii.ts litivs' Hi ikmiI. tllOLA. All auvhi la lteBiin-s Baitua tml lra, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE LApDri. SmI MiuHl. KMt RlTlf. IairllUnC U Bui "lt Itj rur fltal.T. wrtlr W. IMl lil.A. IIIUMTKTON. MASa. EXAMIXH W. U DUUOLAJI $2.00 SHOES '""VahfCTt?... FOR BALE BT JOIIW O'flRirN. Ko. i MkIbM. . uiii.iNsiTii m run., na. sis naiasu Alll Til lllll I'll., Sil. Ul Mitln Hi. a II. M. Tl IrW .LI. CO., Na. SOO MaJa St. lk.lXNt.ll ;t IkUSUJ Mala M. KSOW THYSELF. piiai aoiuiaasi w T.I1 aSclrUAan4Sutftuararoaav Steal InebMaa IhaErrorael Yxith, ITanaianlMrlina.Kmaaa sad 1'kraUal Uablillf. lapvtlM ul Lb. II load. llaauHiat treae follf , Vlra, Inoraar. fcir at (hartaiMloa. Kaamllnf siv4 aeSulaa las rlrtlal tar Watk. Iiaalaraa. las M srrMal of HucUl rUlalkas. Avoid aaaklllul BrMaaJara. l ima thf srork. aoouina tn pai. toral are. tMaillat ktad.as. eaaaoawd. tail t in. f'rt-a, ealy tl.w kf Mil. oM-pald. aoaMBNMl la slais vrapysr. Jllne. It.u.a 1-roapaaiiM Free. U roa apalf so. The SiMb-niaHrd eaibor, Wo. II. I'sft.r. kl !., ra. eatrMfihaCOLO AMD JIWIU.ID MIOAI. from Ihe National Meelieal aseneialioit, tor ihe rant tttav en NERVOUS anal PHYSICAL OIBILIT. Ir.l'akraadaeonai ef Aaalatant 1'kmriaae MMir be eaasaHaa, eoaa. Srrrtlall. Hp tall or la prrsna, as Ika afllra of tiik i-rni MrltiiAi. ihstiti ts:. Kn.4 Kalflarsi S4M Itnalan, staaa., lawkraaali ntora Inr konka el SKI" tot Saltlee eavesl ke Si not -4 aa aboa. CHICHCTCR S ENGLISH PEHHYROYAL PILLSTr aaaa.aalrrf.lt a.. I ia. i.r If ... ..4 M.Urr 1 I mr m aUlsaaaUlla.ainMMiMak laa'aa. I klrkalar iiH-ai'ral CeRatiaaa karkllaf a. T rrrarrthe est fallf ea. 4naa Hi II as Ua oalf l-arlSr for Ilia owiaia Clue ul lb IS U M.lMuHAlt at. V Aaiatardaai. V. Y. Wa hsr. sola Hit II foe ianf r-a s. and It ka r.rra taa seat el aatta laliua. uikDrrw .. I klran UL St.aO. Slnld aa INarMa. Fuliscriba fur Tin Wiult Arraau CAREFULLY Main St. 1 rj- rrtj rxa -V III USS CialUlli) IIAJIS. J a. fs srt.' r: nrr.rr A lTJA 'i tll.isal Ira. I w raS . VU T V-a SnrM Aara I ' fjj aa aS. si. r I . f TO S D.TS J , JWaxaS mm lc. lt aaass aa-Msara L.-J UrlaaDiariSa V'iBrkllCaaalavl " fflfillT! a 1 7& 7 -